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A representative of The News had a Tom, it has been a long time since you and myself safc together in this talk with Prof. R. R. Moss, one of old town and talked of the past and the Principals of the Lindsey-Wilsoour future prospects; and since you one evening last week. To "What is the outlook for a full have been in the spirit land many changes have taken place in the town school," he said: "The finest of any year in the past. It was the best of your nativity. I have called you this morning in opening for years, nearly all grown puorder to acquaint you of past events pils. We haye more home pupils than for several years. And the patronage and to have a social chat with you. , Hardly a day passes but I think of from a' distance-- up to this time, suryou and our pleasant associations passed our expectations. When the when we walked the streets of Colu- farmers get through with pressing mbiahappy days they were, and I be- work, you may expect the hill to lieve that all is well with you now. swarm with boys and girls like bees Many o f your former associates, about a hive. The new members of boys and girls, have long since the faculty are doing tine work, liked crossed die divide, and doubtless you by all the students." Send up your have met them, they informing you boys and girls, and close and proper what is going on in this sinful world. instruction will be given them. When you and I last talked you was Committed Suicide. on your dying bed in the home of your devoted brother, and I can to this day recall every feature in your face when Mr. Oliver Bales, who attended you placed your hand in mine, saying, school last at the Lindsey-Wils"if you could sit by me all the time I year, shot and killed himself near believe I would get well," but the Hardy ville, Saturday, the 6th. He was seeds of disease were too deeply sown, returning home from town and was and in a few brief moments you went near the mill when the shooting octo greet your kindred and friends on curred. Owen was a cripple, his the other side. legs being paralized lie used a rollSometime, not forlong, I am coming ing chair while in school, ne was very to see you, Tom, then we can talk popular among the boys on the hill face to face of occurrences that took and he greeted everyone with a smile. place in our life time. His death certainly is a surprise to all Until I am called hence, be of good who knew him, for although in his cheer, for there is no death. It is on- almost helpless condition, still he was ly the going down of stars to reappear one of the most cheerful boys on the in a brighter world. J. E M. hill. The cause of his suicide is unknown n, the-question- , The September term of the Adair Someone has immortalized that norealm circuit court opened Monday, a very ble instrument the hoe in the of poetry. Now comes a writer in a large crowd being inattendance. The western farm paper with the follow- docket for the present" term is about ing tribute to the plow: up to the average, and it is predicted "Civilization begins and ends with that the full two weeks will be occuthe plow. Emblem of the world's pied in dispensing the business. well-deserv- Judge Carter arrived in due time greatest and most fundamental industry, the plow brings man the first and delivered his usual instructions fruits o f the earth, precedes and to the grand jury, twelve good men. maintains commerce, manufacture Seemingly there is but little law and trade. Its use measures the Na- breaking to come before the tribunal, tion's greatness, gauges its power and yet many indictments will be returnprevents an ebb in the tide of progress. ed for minor offenses. The afternoon of the first ,day was Without the plow the railroads would would turned over to the candidates and sevbecome streaks of rust, cities decay, social and political power be- eral speeches wore made, among the come legends, wealth would decline number who addressed the people was and the farmer's home would give way to the hunter's cabin. "But the plow is powerful only as it is used. With it continents are subdued, civilization established, wealth created and morality and religion fostere d. Without it our acres become idle, weeds and brambles replace the crops, hard times come, panic presses and civilization passes away. "An idle acre is like an idle man-- no more use than a dead one and takes up more room. The Circus. Hon. J. O. Ewing, Democratic candidate for the State Senate. Announcemhnt. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Harris, Hagan, Va., announce the marriage of their daughter, Ollie Ora, to Mr. Marcus Ovine Williams. The rites were solemnized at Cumberland Gap, Tenn., September 2, 1913. The bride is a niece of Mr. C. S. Harris, editor of The News. on For Sale. For the purpose of engaging in other business, we offer for'saleour mail, passenger and express line and all the equipment. We have the ,only cars that have ever made a success of carrying mail, passengers etc., over this pike. The cars are in as good shape as when new. We will give full particulars to any one interested. We want to sell, and will sell very reasonable. For full particulars come and see us. Greensburg, last Tuesday, drew about four thousand people to the capital of Green. The show is reported to have been very good and the crowd orderly. News The circus, a t Friendship. Not Alarming. An unknown writer thus pictures - friendship: The most beautiTul thing in life is true friendship: and the most despicable is that pretended friendship which is mrnifested by the fellow, who courts you as long as he can use you, as long as your kindly counsel and endorsement will aid him along a difficult pathway, and when frequently through no merit of his own, but by virtue of some fortunate circumstances, he reaches a position of comparative independence, assuming a that does him no credit, ignores the friends who helped him in his lean and unpropitious days. The average human encounte-- this sort of thing often as he journeys along life's crowded highway, and finally reaches the state of tuind where he way regard it with und's-turbe- d equanimity and only with the reflection that a man's real coinage will manifest itself sooner or later, whether of fine gold or dross. self-impartan- ce s There is a constant cry of hard times, and many predict that poor people and stock will suffer this winter. There is not a particle of danger of any body suffering. We will all pay a little more money for food and we will manage in some way to get the wherewithal. From the best information we can obtain there is more than a half crop of corn on most uplands, and in the bottoms, one farmer told us a few days ago, that a full crop would be gathered. There are many hogs and cattle in this counnot ty, hence the usual amount of corn will not be required. With but lew exceptions the wheat crop was good throughout the county. There is an old maxim, a good one, "Never hoist an umbrella until it rains." men pay to industry and fidelity. There is ingratitude in the home, in public life, and, in fact, in every sphere of man's activity. Gratitude to God and our fellowmen for favors bestowed, awaken in man all the finer sensibilities of his nature; ingratitude kindles in him the fierce fires of hatred and indignation, and opens the gulf of enmity, separates him from God and places him in an unenviable light before the world. O, Ingratitude, thou base destroyer of man's nobility, thou hast no place in man's vocabulary. Like the stinging rebuke administered to wine in Holy writ, "It biteth like a serpent and stingeth like an adder." omitted. From Greensburg the aggregation went to Campbellsville and gave two shows on Wednesday. Quite a number of Columbians and many out in the country attended the afternoon exhibition. " comes, however, that at the night exhibition wholly terror reigned, and that a part of the program had to be Will Sell at a Bargain. My house speech throughout was full of sound ideas, and was heartily received. Bridge Letting. Mr. Antle followed Mr. Ewing, defending the Republican party, but The Fiscal court of Adair county stated he was for retrenchment and will be in session Oct. 8, 1913. and will reform, and that if heshould be electreceive bids for the recoustuctions of ed he would make the best fight he the bridge at Watson. The bids will could for the tax payers of the disopened at 10 o'clock. The court re trict. His effort was complimented serves the right to reject any or all by many Republicans who heard him. bids. At the close of Mr. Antle's speech J. N. Coffey, County Road Engineer. Dr. A. W. Sharp, of Kettle, and Mr. G. P. Smyth, Adair, presented their The new pastor of the Presbyterian claims as candidates t o represent Church, Rev. F. A. Hamilton, began Adair and Cumberland in the next his year's work last Sunday, deliver Legislature. Dr. Sharp is an old lining two able sermons, forenoon and er and Mr. Smythe is a progressive. evening. Rev. Hamilton is a Ken- tuckian, born and reared in Louisville For Sale. His father was a Presbyterian minis ter, and for many years was pastor of Three nice cottages, two with six the York Street church. Rev. Ham- rooms each, one with three rooms, ilton and family are occupying apart- good water and out buildings, lots adments in the Reed property His next join. The rental value pays taxes, in appointments here, Sunday week. surance and interest on S4,000. Address II. N. Beauchamp, The foundation for the new Baptist Box 222, Campbellsville, Ky. church was completed last week. 26-t- f. Adv. Brick is being hauled to the site, and the laying of same will commence in a The farm which was owned by the very short time. Mr. Miller, the late W. B. Sublett, located in Green contractor, wants to complete the county, just over tne Adair line, was building as quickly as possible. As recently sold at public outcry and pur we have heretofore said, it will be a chased by Brack Massie, of Columbia, handsome, edifice, for 38,600. This is one of the best one that the denomination will cer- farms located in the neighborhood of tainly feel proud.' Cane Valley, this county. well-construct- ed For several weeks a rumor was current in this place that Mr. Walker Hon. J. O. Ewing, of Burkesviile, Bryant, County court clerk of Adair, Democratic candidate for the State Senate, and Mr. Robert Antle, of Rusand one of Columbia's respected citi- sell county, Republican candidate for zens, was married to Miss Ruth Brythe same position, addressed a large ant, a distant relative, a most worthy here Monyoung woman. The story was not audience at the day. Mr. Ewing took up the matter confirmed a t this office until last Thursday afternoon, at which time a of taxation and showed by figures representative of The News called up- that the common people were burdened with more than they could on Mr. Bryant and he readily said the and stated that if he went to report was a fact. Mr. Bryant has an the Senate he would use his influence elegant home and everything necesto reduce the cost of liviug. His sary to make life happy. court-hous- e well-carr- y, Yours truly W. R. MYERS & SON. and lot in the town of Co150 acre farm one mile lumbia, and Mr. Henry Vanzant lost in the confrom town. test between himself and Dr. U. W. 4G-Scott Montgomery. McPherson. The two gentlemen were Republican candidates, in the Meeting at Cane Valley. late primary, to represent Metcalf and Monroe in the next Legislature. The On next Sunday night, Sept. 21, 1913, face of the returns gave Vanzant 8 a series of meetings will begin at the majority McPherson claimed irregBaptist Church, a t Cane Valley. ularities and a contest was instituted. The pastor will do the preaching. The case was tried at Glasgow before Judge S. E. Jones. One precinct was The most of some peoples time is thrown out, giving McPherson a maspent in "bacbiting" or saying harsh jority of 25. things about their fellowmen If you have anything to say about anyone Wood Wanted. go to him and say it. Don't slip around in a round about way and I am paying $2.50 per cord for four make attacks upon his character. He foot woo'd at the brickyard. Want it not only will look upon you with more at once. respect, but the world will respect W. II. Sims. you more, that is, if you are worth 4G-- lt respecting. The man who makes this Mr. and Mrs. R. Mont Feese, Somhis chief occupation is a terribly insignificant creature. His condition erset, announce that they have a sou certainly is a pitiable one, and he is at their home, born on the 5th of Septo be pitied If you are going to be a tember. He was christened Rollin man, be One. Look the world square Montgomery, Jr. He tipped the beam in the face and if you have ought at 11 pounds. In all probability by against her speak it! That's the kind the time he has as many years as he of men the world is demanding, this now has pounds, he will be sticking type. day. 2t Ingratitude is the debt that some Magazines. can save you money on your MagaDon't place your subscriptions you see me. I expect to call at until your home between now and Christmas and will thank you to wait until I call. I can sell you any Magazine published at publisher's prices and you can get reductions by getting two or more in a club. Don't forget me. Geo. E. Wilson. Ad. 4G 4t. 1 In order to avoid the penalty, the recently added to the faculty, and Graded School Tax, in Columbia Diswho came to the school highly recom- trict, must be paid before the first mended as an instructor In both de- day of October. partments named above. The exerA. D. Patteson. cise will commence at 7:30, and the public is cordially invited. It is to be hoped that Mr. Gowdy will take steps at once to put the pike It is said that some of the best corn, between Columbia and Campbellsville grown on uplands, in this county, is in a better condition. Many say there on Spark's Ridge. Land has always is not a rougher piece of pike in the been considered thin in this part of State. the county, but no people in its boundary live better. There is not a farm Families living in the eastern porhouse on the ridge but at which you tion of Columbia were rather dry last can get a good meal any time you may week, especially those owning stock. stop and throw your bridle reins over Cows and horses had to be taken to the the hitching post. wells at the Fair Grounds for water. Have you noticed that the English sparrows have disappeared from this locality? If is supposed that they have gone where there is more small grain. In speaking of the disappearance of the sparrow, a friend remarked, "Another thing, the catter-pilla- r is no longer in evidence here." writing to the Greensburg, states that nearly all the cattle and hogs of Green county have been ship ped to market on account of the scarcity of feed. A There will be a musical and expression recital in the Lindses-Wilso- n chapel next Friday evening, by Miss Jewett, the teacher whose name was Graded School Tax. zines. correspondent Louisville Times from The Graded School is moving along nicely, there being something like two hundred pupils it attendance. Prof. Turner, the principal, is assisted by a corp3 of excellent teachers. There are per haps many fields of good corn in Adair county, but the best we have noticed are on the farms of Scott Todd and W. E. Todd, out on the Greensburg road. Has it occurred to you that it is less than two months until the November election? Candidates will evidently be busy from now until the day of ballots. The Louisville Conference will hold its annual session at Campbellsville, Mr G. B. Smith and Mr. G. M. beginning Wednesday, the 24th of Stevenson, who have been partners in this month A large number of Adair the milling business, this place, for county people many Columbians will be in attendance during the session. on Sunday. Campbellsville will probably see more people in her city than has been there in any one day for religious services for years. There will be preaching at all the churches in town, is our information, Bishop Wilson being one of the divines who will occupy a pulpit, The town needs water works more than any thing else. Can a company be organized to install this much needed improvement? There is a constant cry for better sanitary conditions, but how can you have reliable, healthy premises without water, an abun- Coburg, this county, had the misfor- stock market and traders in large dance of it? Columbia most general- tune to lose one of his barns recently, number put in appearance. Others ly eets any thing she goes after, and by firr!. Besides the building:, seventy come to see the stock. if along pull, a pull altogether was ( barrels of corn and some farming im- The work of graveling the square ( piements were consumed. made, she would get water works has begun. Hundreds of loads o.f gravel will be put on within the next Mr R. L. Campbell is the author of statement that a tramp is causing Columbians who failed to attend the few days. This certainly is a work to the Campbellsville, last Wednes- be commended by the public, as ft much uneasiness in the neighborhood circus at day, have the satisfaction of knowing will be much better in wet weather. of Dirigo, this county, nis only clothing is a long, ragged overcoat and that they can go to a first class picture show next Saturday evening. The ground has been so hard and he wears a long black beard. When dry that the farmers have been held food he has itsetout, then he begs for We learn from Mr. Lilburn. Phelds back, with their wheat and oat crops. '"Pllie goes and gets it. that vegetation in Russell county is And unless rain comes at an early suffering, as several The young ladies' picnic club met net particularly date the crops will be cut short the recent rains covered the county. Miss Edna Lewis last Wednes coming year. with day afternoon. A variety of nice edMr. W. B. Patteson is now taking The farmers of this section are now ibles and a general good time. the town list for 1913, having been busy cutting their corn. As t h e ' Attend the recital at the Lindsey-Wilso- n appointed by the municipal board at drouth has been very severe here, ev Chapel next Friday evening. its last meeting. erything that will make feed will be will be entertained harvested. You Persons who have not arranged for If you are not a subscriber to The winter wood should do so at once. As Attention is called to the announcejtfews look over this jue, and jf y ou soon as a general rain falls, cool weath- ment of Russell & Co., on our local page. er win set in. jike it send in your dollar Two of the present county otllcers, who have held nearly four yers, will several years, have disolved partnert, ship. They owned two mills, the one remain on duty four more years, Gordon Montgomery, Walker in town aud the one on Russell creek, Bryant. Mr. W. T. Price has two below town. An agreement was reached whereby Mr. Stevenson be- more years to serve on his present came owner of the mill in town and term as circuit court clerk. Messrs. A. D. Patteson, N. H. Moss and Mr. Smith the .one below town. Miss Pearl Hindman will go out the The Falkenburg Hotel, Jamestown, first of January with the best wishes has been sold to W. S. Knight, Wal- of their many friends. ter McKinney and Lilburn Phelps, People who live in the sister counfurniture and liver y stable included. ties say that more natives come to It is not known at this time who will the circuit and county courts i n Adair ! operate the hotel, but a good man will than in any of the adjacent counties. be in charge in a very short time. There is a reason for this: Columbia Mr. W. II Russell, who lives near has been for many years a thrifty to-wi- The South Cumberland River Bap Association was held at Providence church, located near Stapp's Spring, last week. Messrs. Walker We have about 50,000 chestnut aud Bryant and G. P. Smythe were presoak shingles for sale at $2.50, at yard, ent one day, aud they reported the organization well attended. Sano, Ky. Shaw & Blair. The Hatcher correspondent to the 45-Taylcr County Enquirer advises the John Hawkins and- - John Wells, teachers of his countv to see that all brothers-in-law- , live in Russell coun- the dogs in" said county are listed. ts. Two weeks ago they engaged in a He says the list of 1912 dropped about hence each teacher in Taydifficulty, the former being badly stab- one-hallor Jost$20. bed by the latter. Favorable symptoms soon set up, and at this time Mr. We learn from Mr. John McFarland Hawkins is on a fair way to recover. of Rowena, who was here Monday, Cumberland river is lower than There is a stray hog at my house. that been for years, and that pearl it has Will weigh about 90 pounds. hunters are meeting with good suci Finis Loyd. cess. Quite a number of valuable, ones have been found. An English elm stands in the yard of Mr. Willis Grider; Montpelier. It The Ladies Missionary Society will is a beautiful tree and planted by the meet Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, late Cyrus Wheat. Worms got into at the Methodist Church. All the the branches this year and six weeks members are urged to attend as there ago all the leaves fell off, but now it is is important business. full and looks as green as when the leaves first put out. The singing at Pickett's Chapel, last Sunday, conducted by Wolford There is a stray hag at my house. Bros., was largely attended and trfe Will weigh 140 pounds, black with day very much enjoyed. white spot on hip. Goff Bros, levery stable now has a Gus Haggard. 46-- lt new iron front, which greatly adds to the appearance of the entrance. The singing at Disappointment Saturday night, conducted by Elver Lost: Fox Terrier pup white with was largely attended and the yellow spots and short tail. Will p'aj Jones, any one for information. music very enjoyable. tist It f, meeting of the The Christian churches in Adair county will be held at Glenville, beginning on Friday night before the thiri Sunday in October. There is some serious illness in the suburbs of this town, and it would be well enough for the Christian people to look about and see if .any thing is needed. News man had the occasion to be out in the country a few hours one day last week and found that great improvements have been made on the A roads. Mr. J. D. Wilson, who has been the President of the Peoples' Bank, Greensburg, since it was organized, a number of years ago, has resigned. school convention will be held in LouisReduced fare ville from October and also board while in the city. 0. The Forty-Eight- h State Sunday . Mr. John C. Holladay is making preparrtions to erect a residences on Smith "Bros., Cane Valley, delivered Eld. Luther Young closed a meeting at Mt. Pleasant last Thursday $2,000 worth of cattle to R. K. Young his land, lying four miles from Colum- -' bia, on the Jamestown road. a few days ago. night with eight or ten additions. Miss Lucile Herriford entertained a Eighty-on- e pupils in the Lindsey-Wilso- n The names of the gentlemen who Fri-- -. young to this date and still they number st her mt. i friends last i , Iii!-I?make up the Juries will be published urn nuura wereueiignir-- f day evening, lI next week. f come. ully spent t THE ADAIR BOUNTY NEWS Where Are the Dogs? Bill White on Dress, a cold one. Therefore, the man who is cultivating the former is to place his produce up The amount collected as tax on That's some dress . you've got About Our Soils Heat Penetrates enabled on the market very much sooner dogs, over and above what i s on, little girl it sure is. That Only Three Feet Down. thai his rival, and often gets necessary to pay the owners of delicate, clinging, crinkly stuff an enhanced price in conse- sheep for stock destroyed, is by is the prettiest cloth on the store How far does the heat of of quence. Tit Bits. law turned over to the school counters; that silk Persian sash All the,full summer's sun penetrate varies each of manv colors so gracefully fund. The amount into the ground? Mother of Eighteen Children. year with the number of dogs swathed about the center section Probably not one person in ten 'I am the mother of eighteen child-ae- n assessed and the demands made of your anatomy would knock and have the praise of doing more will give an answer that is even off Joseph's coat. work than any young woman in my upon the fund by the sheep own the spots approximately correct. Their re- town," writes Mrs. C. J. Martin, report from You are corseted and tailored acers. The latest off, plies generally vary from one Boone Willi Va. "I suffered for live could Frankfort shows a material fall- cording to the most extreme stomach inch to many hundreds of years withmuch as a trouble and if biscuit without ing off in the number of dogs in model in the August fashion not eat as Actually, the distance is saffering. I have taken three bottles feet. the State. As a consequence books. But your neck is too low, about three feef. Beyond this of Chamberlain's Tablets and am now a well woman and weigh lbS pounds. the school fund will suffer. and your sleeves too short, and depth the temperature of the I con eat anything I want to, and as Has there really been a falling and your skirt is far and away soil does not vary appreaciably much as I' want and feel better than I years. I refer off in the number of degs, or tighter than skirts were ever any time in from hour to hour, let the mid- haveat one in Boone ten or vicinity Mill to any have the assessors done their meant to be. And that graceful day be never so hot and the mid- and they will vouch for what I say." duty in the matter? We are in- slit exposing your dainty left night never so cold. At this Chamberlain's Tablets are for sale by clined to believe that the asses- ankle shows stockings above Ad Paull Drug Co depth the mean temperature in sors are negligent. There is no your pump that is almost transthe summer is about 58 degrees Newspaper Support. particular incentive in listing the parent enough to read through. Fahrenheit, and in the winter dogs, because there is no partic- And you haven't any more petGood Roads at State Fair, about 36 degrees Fahrenheit. The First Mastodon Skeleton. A newspaper, if it has any ular pay in it to the Assessor. It ticoat than a rabbit you know And the annual difference? brains, conscience and muscle is somewhat like the old vital you haven't. Oh, you're some Thatjis to say, the depth at which back of it must continually de One of the best features of the The first mastodon skeleton statistics law, where the Asses- swell, are you? Have you noKentucky State Fair, which will ever found in Kentucky was dug there is some difference between cide between doing its duty and sors and clerks were required to ticed how the loafers around the be held at Louisville, September out of the ground in Paris. On the summer temperature and that injuring its pocket. In any furnish a lot of statistical inform- grove rubber after you as you will be the magnificent the lot where the Y. M. C. A. of the winter? Vell, a depth of sition but that of an editor ation without compensation. trip demurely by on your way to good road exhibit. This exhibit building is to be erected, Prof. 60 feet it is impossible to meas- public is able to separate the inPerhaps the best plan would be the uptitt lectures? Ask your will consist of road models from Howard Henderson, father of ure any change due to the chang- dividual home from the collectto require a listed dog to be tag- brother about it. If he's got the national government, which the late Rev. Howard Hendering seasons ovehead. Go down ive citizen. But if an editor ged, so that all could see wheth- - any sense he ll tell you some only 40 feet and it is minute does not please them its at his er a dog had paid the tax or not. things that will be hard on your will occupy about 1,000 square son, former Super intedent of hardly measurable. But at 25 pockets they aim. Thu3 it is the feet of floor space and will show Public Instruction, was having Bowling Green Messenger. vanity and good for your soul. each and every character of the excavating done to build a feet to 30 feet it is quite a defi- newspapers learn who their And if you've got one sense HOme. Many Driven Prom nite amount. friends are. The man who reads If very year, in many parts of tne you'll take his word for it; you'll road in different stages of com- structure to be used for a school. pletion, and models of the most The workmen struck an immense The surface heat must take a the newspaper and admires it all country, thousands are driven from lay that dress away and don modern and machinery skeleton, but were unable to tell long while to penetrate down- the year around, yet gives his their homes by coughs and lung dissomething that's wide enough for building roads. There will what it was, and it afterward ward. In fact, curiously enough business to some other concern, eases. Ffiends and business are left behind forjother climates, but this is around the bottom to allow two also be types of culverts, subsoil to be that of a mastodon. It the change in temperature of the whose principles or the actions costly aud not always sure. A better petticoates and one pair of legs. drainage ground takes more than six of its editor he detests, and the way the way of multitudes is to use and other features of was mounted and sent to the Dr. King's New Discovery and cure For there never was a dress deroad building. There will be a Smithsonian Institution in Washmonths to reach the end of its man who never is a friend of the youaself at home. Stay right there, signed, little girl, that is half so twenty-foo- t large exhibit of enlarged photo- ington City, where it still rejourney. Thus, we newspaper until he wants a fav- with your friends, and take this safe Throat and lung troubles beautiful as a young girl's mod- graphs, showing different charare faced with the phenomenon or granted by the newspaper, is medicine. mains. Paris Democrat. find quick relief and health returns. esty. Emporia Gazette. acters of roads and their usage of midsummer upon the surface not a friend to the former news- Its help in coughs, colds, grip, croup, whooping-cougsore ludgs make and throughout the United States. occurring at the same time as paper. Admiration alone will The Fatal Name. it a postive blessing. 50c. and 81.00. Don't Let Baby Suffer With Eczema This picture exhibit will occupy and sKIn Eruptions. midwinter 25 to 30 feet down, not run a newspaper. There are Trial botele free. Guaranteed b y Babies need a perfect Ad. about 300 feet of wall space. the vice versa. too many men who expect an ed- Paull Drug Co. Skin eruptions cause them not only The Irishman had a seriAs most people are aware, the itor to slave in defence of their intense suffering, bub hinder their There will also be a daily illus- - ous accident and had been husgrowth. Dr. Hobson's Eczema Oint- trated lecture on the fair grounds Water Scarce. temperature increases with the pet notions and cooly withhold tled off to the hospital to be opment can be relied on for relief and in connection with this exhibit depth. At three feet down the the business support b y which permanent cure of suffering babies erated upon. average annual mean is just short alone a country newspaper can vicinity of Pinchem wa- whose skin eruptions have made their by a representative of the nationIn the As he lay on the bed he beckbaby was afof 44 degrees Fahrenheit, while live. ter seems very scarce and the lives miserable. "Ourout of the skin al government from Washington. flicted witn breaking at 25 it is just over a degree Talk about a paper having a people are becoming alarmed. all bver the face and scalp. Doctors The annual convention of the oned to the nurse, and said weakly: more, that is, 47 degrees Fah public duty to perform, and an The Logan Lick spring about and skin specialists failed to help. Kentucky Good Roads AssociaWe tried Dr. Hobson's Eczema Oint"I'll not be operated on by tion will be called to order by Mr. renheit. editor having to . work for his five miles from town, never ment and were overjoyed to see baby In agricultural districts you principles, is cheap when others known to have gone dry, has completely cured before one box was H. A- - Sommers, chairman, on the that docthor. Ye must find will hear farmers in the same stand back and extend a luke- sunk into the earth. Col. Bob used" writes Mrs. Strubler, Dubuque, Tuesday, September 16, at 2 p. another one." Iowa. Paull Drug Co. or by mail, 50c "Why?" remonstrated the village talking about "cold7' warm neutrality. The result is True says that the continued Pfeiffer Chemical Company, St. Louis, m., in the convention tent at the State Fair grounds. A number nurse. rle's one or the cleversoils and "warm" soils. This the editor may starve while lab- blasting along the route of the Mo., Philadelphia, Pa. & of good speakers will be present, est surgeons living. although it sounds improbable to oring for his principles and the new railroad, has caused many m and important matters relating those who have never had any- cause of right and justice, which of the springs in that section to Hogging off Corn. Enterprise. to road building in the State will thing to do with the land, is an they admire, but do not support. disappear. Thousands of dollars be discussed. Home and Farm. actual fact. in live stock and crops will be News. The practice of hogging off He was a young architect, Everybody knows, from perlost this year on account of the Things Worth Knowing. corn is one that is meeting with Uncle Ezra Says. clever, energetic, determined to drouth in Ciark county. Even sonal experience, thatblack cloths "It don't take more'n a gill uv ef- in the Becknerville, Bonesboro much favor among hog progo on, ready for anything that are hotter to wear when hot sum- fort to gib folks into a peck of trouble" ducers, says a Missouri State bulThe first steel pen was made might come along. But, alas! mer's sun is shining than white and a little neglect of constipation and around Elkin station, where letin. The scarcity of farm lain 1830. there did not seem to be any ones, hence the "flannels" for biliousness, indigestion or ooher liver a good season was had, the peobor, the cost of harvesting and The paupers of London number great demand for an architect men and the white frocks for derangement will do the same. If ple are about out of water. the further fact that it has been 100,009. in his town. girls. The reasod for this is ailing, take Dr. King's New Life Pills demonstrated that more pounds Easy, safe, sure Caught a Dad Cold. for Europe has an area of 3,800,-00- 0 One morning he appeared at that black and other dark colors and quick25 results.at Paull Drug Co. of pork may be produced from only cents the house of one of the biggest "Last winter my son caught a very square miles absorb heat, while white and the way he coughed was an acre of corn when harvested Ad bad cold and the Only one man in 208 is over 6 owners of property in the neighlighter shades reflect it. And something dreadful." writes Mrs. by the hogs themselves are good borhood, and asked breathlessly: this applies to soils equally with The Prince of Monaco, as the Sarah E. Duncan, of Tipton, Iowa. reasons for the growing popular- feet in height. "We thought sure he was going into "Can I design you a new shop cloths. man who gets the larger part of consumption. We bought just one ity of the practice. Nor must Australia raises nearly 10,000,-00- 0 front for your place in the High Cough Remacres of- wheat a year. Those soils which by their in- the revenues from the gambling bottle of Chamberlain's stopped his the importance of pasturing off street?" edy and that one bottle gredients are a darker color are joint at Monte Carlo calls him- cough and cured his cold completely." the crop on the ground, and The donkey is the longest-live- d "No," was the curt reply. Ad domestic animal literally warmer than their self, is coming to New York, and For sale by Paull Drug Co. thus returning to the soil the The tenant is quite satisfied with lighter neighbors. Peaty soils, expects to make a trip through greatest amount of fertility, be A Russian does not become of the present one, and it will las Good soil drainage is one of some of which are nearly black, the country. He will find pool overlooked in discussing the age until he is 26. for years." rooms running in nearly all of the most important requisites to merits of pasturing off corn others a rich dark brown, are Epping 'Forest is the largest "No, it won't!" cried the Light colored our large cities, but if he wants full crop production, even on with hogs. warmest. the recreation ground in the world. young man triumphantly. "A coldest. to feel really at home, he will many soils which may not appear clays and chalk the There are 900 cells in a square motor car ran into it and smashAgriThey may be as much as 15 or have to wait until after January wet. The Department of What We NeveT Forget. ed it to smithereens ten minutes a number of free bul- according to science, are the things root of honeycomb. 16 degrees Fahrenheit between 1 and go to Southern Florida. culture has New York has thirteen Yiddish ago!" He got the job. ' letins on the subject and more- associated with our early home life, the temperatures of two soils Americans are prone to as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, that over is always glad to give ad- such or grandmother used to cure papers, three of them dailies. Strengthen Weak Kidneys. .lying next each other and upon their heads over the wickea-c- o mother our burns, boils, scalds, skin eruptions, Europeans in permitting such vice on drainage. Persons with blue eyes are Don't suffer longer with weak kidthe same day. On a warm sum of cuts, sprains or bruises. Forty years neys, you can get prompt relief by mer's day the temperature of a place as Monte Carlo to flourish, of cures prove its merit. Unrivaled rarely affected by color, blindness taking Electric Bitters Quickly Cured. Diarrhoea that wonderOnly 25 for piles, corns or peaty soil may well be over 87 but we are developing several was taken with diarrhoes and Mr. In France last year the births ful remedy praised by whraen every"I Ad where. Start with a bottle .degrees'Fahreneit, while a chalky Monte Carlos in Florida, and at Yorks, the merchant here, persuaded cents at Paull Drug Co. exceeded the deaths by 35,000. you will soon feel like a new woman of Chamberlain's afield of similar situation in the least one of them is licensed by me to try a bottle with ambition Kentucky Fair Dates. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Eemedy. As a rule tears do not accom- of pain. Mr. to work, without fear John Dowling, of Sau .same district will not rise above the Legislature of Florida. Ex. After taking one dose of it I was pany a babies cries until it is Francisco, writes: "Gratitude for cured. It also cured others that I 73 to 74 degrees Fahrenheit. the wonderful effect of Electric BitScottsville, Sept. 183 days. Despondency three months old. gave lb to," writes M. E. Gebhart, Of course, the great advanters prompts me to write. It cured unusuHorse Cave, Sept. 244 days. Is often caused by indigestion and Oriole, Pa. That is not at all my wife when all else failed." Good tage of a warm soil is that the constipation, and quickly al. An ordinary attack of diarrhoea Bowling Gjeen, Sept. 244 days. I have Fertilizer for sale at my for the liver as well. Nothing better disappears can almost inuariable be cured by one Glasgow, Oct. 14 days. crops upon it come to maturity when Chamberlain's Tablets are taken T. F. Collins barn. for indigestion or biliousness. Price or two doses of this remedy. For sale Hopkinsville, Oct. G Gdays. t Ad those upon For sale by Paull Drug Co. 50c. and $100, at Paull Drug Co. so,mucharliertban Ad Ad Ad by Paull Drug Co. ODD FACTS. Special Notice I Pesrons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Will have to Come Under the Law, not Paid at once The Government Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year 15-2- 0, I up-to-da- te h skin-coverin- g. E-to- . - .- -" , cold-sore- s. to-da- y, 45-3- I L THE AjDAIR COUNTY NEWS all, before another summer is Obituary. The Laws of Friendship. wn phii ippimf pni ip.y ypt Ozark. here have your plans consummatA Prime Factor in the President Wilson W i ".'ait on HarriOn the 26th day of August, Cattle Feed- ed for the erection of a good subThe laws of friendship are well Mr. Mont Conover, wife ano son's Investigct o.is There. stantial silo, then after one or known. They have been codi-fie- death visited our home and took ing Industry. "Washington. Pro. .ent Wilson has children, Mr. Olie McKinley anr fixed upon no hard and two seasons' feeding you will fast policy toand acknowledged from from us our dear brother, Grover sister visited their grand-pa- r ward Philippine independence. The Koberts. He was born March 4, During the past few years thank us if we happened to be the Socrates down. does not consider himself ents, Mr. Green McKinley am president any way to approve the measbound in first who "set you to thinking" 1893. Though young he has demany articles have appeared in These are some of them: (1) Philipure fixing 1921 as on the subject Bourbon Stock To find perfect friendship two parted from us to where he will wife, Sunday. Uncle Green i pine independence, the date for the live stock and agricultural which was reported 87 years old and his wife is 89 out by the Democratic majority of the press treating with the advan- Journal. persons should have similar tastes know no more sorrow nor suffer- They are quite active. The house committee on insular affairs at tages of the silo, and along this (2) they should be of the same ing. He will be greatly missed, ill 6 lust session of congress live near Glensfork, this COUnty ' it is the president's "conviction that Fall Plowing. particular line too much can not blood or nationality, (3) they and his place can never be filled, ' tfle dle at which will Miss Cary Cabbell ; visiting become capable of esercisinsPtQe ptnv is be said in favor of the silb. The should be of one religion, (4) they but God knoweth best, and we at the home of her uncle, Mr. crs of full self government is problem Plowing early in the fall libershould be of the same position in hope some day to meet him in most momentous question of the atical and that considerable time will John White. nave to eiapse ana comprenensive in 4 day is the proper method of re- ates more plant food for the society, of the same rank, class the Lands of Bliss, where there Master Rollin Montgomery is vestigations be made before this adducing the alleged high cost of spring crop and conserves more or condition of fortune, (5) they will be no more parting. ministration can be justified in adoptmoisture' By loosening the sur- should have spending the week with his ing a formal attitude toward the indeA sister, living, and irrespective ot all the same or similar face soil, thus allowing the air to interests, (6) uncle, Mr. Kelley Bell, Mont-pelie- r. pendence of the islands. Ivia Roberts, legislation that is withing the President Wilson has chosen Francis their natures or penetrate, the soil particles which dispositions Burton Harrison to be governor genRugby, Ky. province.of the Chief Executive, should be unlike. eral of the islands largely with the contain phosphorus, potassium Mrs. Mollie Elder and two lit- view to securing a competent investiThese laws are perfectly true, Senators and Congressmen of Keltner and lime are caused to oxidize, tle boys, of Green view, 111., vis- gation of conditions there. they are drawn from human nathis great country, the cost of A large crowd attended the ited Misses which sets free these elements Addie and Emma ture, they are consecrated by the certain portions of one's living, ARMY RECRUITS ARE FEW. quarterly meeting at this place McKinley last Tuesday. for the plant. The soil compounds or certain of the necessities of authorities of the sages. Saturday and Sunday. originally are very complex and Law Causes Mrs. Walker Bryant spent Reserve Drop Off 400 a Enlistments to life, will never be reduced until There is only one difficulty Month. are practically of no ' benefit to Miss Liddie Parnell, who has last week with her "Washington. every man- - and woEnlistments in the with. them there are more producers. The brother and army are falling off about 400 men a the crop until they are acted upbeen sick for two weeks, is bet- family, this place. man on earth is an exception. laws of supply and demand have month, and army officials believe it to on by the air, the solution in the and always will contiol the price the case of each one of us ter now In Mrs. W. G. Roy is quite sick be due largely to the army reserve, created by act of congress. However, soil and plant juices, so as to deof certain commodities, probably these laws are made for all Miss Ollie Stephens, of only eight men formerly in the army at this writing. compose them and make them have joined the reserves, which were is visiting relatives at this not altogether as certain condiothers except ourselves. Miss Annie E. Montgomery is organized last November, although this much simpler. Fall plowing tions arise that will naturally For when the friend comes he place. making preparations for a visit record does not include those men enhas a tendency to let the rains listed since November and who must The Sunday School at this place to Oklahoma. She will cause fluctuations, but no law overflows the channels of the remain serve three years in the reserve followpercolate into the soil better, making within the province of expected as the Mississippi is a is doing fine with W. P. Price as several months if she likes the ing their four year enlistment which tends to dissolve and break The average number of enlistments spring freshet; he enters our Superintendent. this or any other Government country. in the army since Nov. 1 last has been up the compounds for the use of about 2,000 a month, whereas it should preconceived magazine of no that is constitutional will reduce Mr. 0. B. Finn and wife, of Mr. John Combest bought 20 have been about 2,400. Officers conthe spring crop. the cost of a commodity, the protions as a bull enters a china Campbellsville, are visiting rel acres of tend desirable land from B. G. Red-mo- themselves for men hesitate to bind Bacteria, which are found in shop; he seven years. It wjm duction of which is on the wane, minds the fences of our atives at this place. last Monday, giving in pay pointed out also that "reservists' soil in countless numbers, "Wftnlrl rppplvf n hnrnitr nf nnxr tTi n promote cattle raising and cattle the philosophy as a giant might mind Rose & Willis are selling lots ment a span of work mules. generally work better where oxmonth in case of war, whereas a man feeding through the promulgathe fences of our farm. of goods regardless of the dry Mr. Calvin Maupin sold ygen from the air is readily ranging down from $S. He comes as a fever comes, as weather. tion of certain laws we believe Deener Rooks one cow and calf! available, and there i n turn would be unwise, unsatisfactory, madness or a mood. He is a The whooping cough is no for $36. break up the organic matter of and we doubt if it could be bolt from the blue. He is snow SMALLEST PAINTING of persons. It has visitthe soil into simpler compounds, Mrs. T. J. Bryant is suffering in summer. He is a bolt from worKea out. iou can taKe a ed nearly every home in this worse this week. liberating nitrates of nitrogen ON GRAIN OF CORN horse to water but you cannot the mystery of personalty, which community. food for the plant. This is one force him ro drink. The promono man can fathom, and speaks Superstitions Concerning Salt. of the most essential elements to our own inner plumble3s deep. What Worms Have Done for Egypt. tion of this great and wonderful early growth of the Artist Recovers Remarkable industry is being done today, and for the Woman's World. According to a popular Norplant. It is often noticed that it a very wise and efficient method, In an article in an exchange wegian belief, one will shed as Landscape, spring plowing will not causa "Heard Something." too, through the live stock, agrishowing the good that birds and many tears as may suffice to discrops to lodge so badly as fall cultural and farm press evangeworms do to the soil, appears the solve the quantity of salt which Camden, X. J. Samuel T. Schultz of plowing. This is explained by During the recent primary following: lists. It is their duty to point one has spilled; while in some this place, whose scenic and mural nitrogen being set free to a larg painting studio is at Wilmington, campaign in a western Kentucky out to the farmer and producer "Investigations lately com- parts of Yorkshire it is often despite a lifetime spent in naint- er extent in the loose, porous, county, so the story goes, a can- pleted by the British Govern- Said that every grain of salt ins suljects in heroic size, the unique of live stock the necessity of than in the more didate having raising and feeding more for Jailer visited a certain ment in the Sudan, prove that spilled on the table represents a distinction of painting made the smallest landscape world, in the compact soil. Jt was executed on a grain of corn, precinct and encountered the the remarkable fertility of the tear to be shed. animals, the proper and the painter has only now recover- The moisture problem is also a leaders there, who posed as his valley of the White Nile is largemethods of breeding, rearing and ed it after having lost possession of valuable one from the stand the picture for more than forty years, warm personal friends and sup- ly due to the work of earthfeeding, and the best and most SAVES WASTE OF FODDER. In which it has traveled from art cenpoint of productiveness of soil. porters. "John," said the precict worms. profitable grades or breeds to ter to art center through Europe, atThis Movable Manger Can Be Made to As stated above, by opening up tracting wide attention as the tiniest Pay For Itself In One Season, handle. This subject is a very "boss" to the the candidate, soil, the fall rains percolate ' the riere Is a portable manger that ono painting on earth. Luke McLuKe Says. 'there is no use of you fooling broad one, and volumnes could Charles A. Wise, dead many years fanner has found very beneficial in ago, much more rapidly into the soil, but who had a wide reputation as feeding hay, fodder and other roughaway any of your time in this be written that it would be well a painter in his day. declared the grain, while there is a mulch formed on age Of course it precinct for you will get every Any man can follow a woman, saves about the farm. from feeding on of corn landscape to be a masterpiece for every farmer and stock raiser waste resulting the surface which tends to pre the ground. In one season this man- - of miniature painting. Having lost vote in it but two, go somewhere but mighty few can lead her. to read. There are many angles ccr will pay for itself in feed that i track of the picture, which he made vent the water from the subsoil In 1SG9, when he was only nineteen else and electioneer where you of the game too numerous to A family tree isn't any proof years old, Schultz decided recently to going directly to the surface and Highly can do more good." mention in their entirety, but try to recover it. that your family has been out of being evaporated. Early fall lie advertised in several foreign especially commend to the elated, the candidate left to we the trees any longer than the newspapers, with the result that the plowing makes a reservoir of the "beat the bushes" in other secfarmer and feeder the building wee landscape came to him in its origiother fellow's family. subsoil, storing the water for the nal frame a few days ago. the paintiasr tions of the county. At the late and use of the silo. A good silo in color and line being as sharp and crop in the spring. Often where MAXGEB THAT CAN BE MOVED. primary the candidate was pained After a man has been married on every farm in the Central clear as on the day of its execution. the ground is a little rolling, the From the Iowa Homestead. The particular grain of corn used and .chagrined to learn in the a while he realizes that a lawyer States would mean that in five water will run off before it has saved. If it can be made of oak boards came from an ear that Schultz as a lad precinct where he had been as- doesn't know anything about the so much the better, as it will last much plucked on the estate of James Buyears the supply of cattle would time to soak in when the soil i3 chanan, fifteenth president of the Unitlonger. sured by the "boss" he would art of be materially increased, the deed States, at WheatWud. Pa. He had The runners are 2 by compact and hard. Those who inch get every vote but two the returns You would imagine they could fourteen feet long, shaped S at the stuff, gone there to attend the mand for feeding cattle every ends have practiced summer fallowing funeral and plucked the ear of corn an like were just the reverse, and he save a little money on dry goods 2ach a sled runner. Sis inches from a souvenir. year would demonstarte to the end is a 2 by S three feet long, know that it increases chances u only got two votes. Meeting the these days, but a hob set inside the runners. A third 2 by 8 famer the necessity of conservfor a good yield the following Is spiked Inside the runners at center. CORN CROP VERY SHORT. precinct "boss," he angrily de- ble costs just as much as a ing the calves, of keeping them On top of end and center braces ara season, and this is largely due to nailed 2 by 4's flat side down. hoop skirt used to. manded to know why he had on the farm instead of rushing Government Reports Estimate Damage the liberation of plant food in In each corner a 2 by 4 upright 2 at 300,000,000 Bushels. been given such a "bum steer," them to the markets for veal beNo matter how brave a man feet high is made stationary, also one Washington. As a consequence of the soil and conservation of mois when the "boss" replied: Every may be, he doesn't like to wake at center of each side. Three cause of a healthy demand for the drought through the western states boards are nailed to the unriirhrk the promise of the country's corn crop ture. Fall plowing is very simthing was all right until the up in the middle of the night Iloles are bored In the ends of the run-- was cut down ROO.OOO.OOO hn;hpl that particular class of meat. In ilar, only the soil has not quite 'boys' heard something," to and imagine he sees something ners and heavy wire inserted to which This is shown in the government's recent tests at various experisingletree Is attached whenever it Is monthly crop report so long to bring about these which the irate candidate hotly in a dark corner. ment stations it has been clearly desired to move the rack about on thr it now appears that the country will changes as in case of summer farm. Iowa Homestead. harvest 2,072,000.000 bushels of corn "Yes, I guess they retorted; shown that cattle can be fattenfallowing. Where possible, it is in 1913. compared with 2,971,000,000 Some men are upheld in their Making a Hog Climb. heard what you did the jingle ed more economically upon silage bushels promised prior to the drought. nearly always advisable to plow homes, but more are held up. Farm and Fireside gives a farmer's Last year the American corn crop was of a couple of dollurs." Louisproperly balanced with the necaccount of a discovery which enables 3,124,000,000 bushels. The crop as early in the fall as possible. If you go without a thing un- him to load hogs easily on to a wag- is likely, however, to make wheat recville Times. essary concentrates and the neca high says: Winchester Democrat. til the price is reduced you'll find on. Heof the best labor saving devices ord. A harvest of 744,000.000 bushels essary amount of roughage than "One of this grain is promised for 1913. New Horticulture idea. that I have used is a bushel basket Last year the wheat output was out you don't need it. by any other method. As farm over the head of a hog when loading. gestive system of the earthbushels. Place the basket over the hog's head land becomes more thickly popu alThe man who isn't doing it worms on one acre of ground hog Using mercu.y vapor lamps in ways knows how it should be and back him Into the chute. The very lated, the large ranges of the HEART ON RIGHT SIDE. will continue to back and Is was found to be 239,580 pounds quickly and easily loaded." entirely cut up into small her greanhouse, a Scotch woman done. West in the six months' active growAccident to Brockton (Mass.) Boy horticulturists not only forces farms for agricultural pursuits, ing season Pushed Organ Out of Place. ALL AROUND THE FARM. that the farmers of Methuselah never heard of Brockton, Mass. Keen scientific inseeds to sprout and plants to the strength and truth of this that country enjoy. This means grow in half the usual time, but germs and he never slept on a Cover crops must be used to prevent terest is displayed by lirockton surargument will be shown more geons n the case of Henry Dicker-mathe loss of plant food. boy, whose? a you haven't a silo on that a lot of the subsoil has been also produces greater depth- - of porch, but somehow or other the Don't forget the weeds that are getclearly. If durned ignoramus managed to ting ready to go to seed along the road- heart was forced by accident from Its' normal place to his right side. The your farm write to one of the brought to the surface and also color in the vegetation. side. live through it. ' boy was practically the sole support of many manufacturers who handle that the land has been .put in exIt Is a mistake to keep a nondescript his family. What has become of the old bull simply because he cost a little Several weeks ago Dickerman. who To Know Thyself. them for literature and prices, cellent condition by the thorough money. was employed at a factor', was run How can a man learn to know fashioned woman who kept it The tool which usually follows the over by an ice wagon. His ribs were agricultural experiment aeration of the soil made possiwrite the himself? Never by meditating, hidden in a bottle in the bed- plow in the course of tillage Is the crushed. harrow. of your State for bulle- ble through the runways of but by doing. Endeavor to do The surgeons say that It is probable stations From the time corn tassels out until that the heart will remain on the right duty, and thou wilt at once room closet and called it thy it becomes ripe it Increases Its dry 3lde. but that the boy will regaiu hi tins on the subject, and, above worms. if know what in thee lies. Goethe. ,d J I ( THE ADVENT OF THE SILO. Mill-tow- n, ! n, re-spec- tor to11 i Del-h- as, fall-plow- ed meat-produci- ng ' i i cross-examinatio- n. ; two-yar- 20-ya- rd ! four-inc- h 1 j j 730,-000,0- 00 n, fifteen-year-ol- d V matter fivefold. tall strength In time. i THE ADAIE COUNT? NEWS IHEDMR Progressive Repnblican Ticket. and the exceptional strong charhas been appointed assist- acters alluded to. These charFor Representative. ant to Congressman Ben John- acters with the aid of the chuach, Published Every Wednesday G. PAUL SMYTHE. son, Chairman' of the District of obtained control of governmental BY THE -County Judge. He left attairs, and their laws and reW. T. McFARLAND. Columbia Committee. .: .: Adair County News Company. County Clerk. Lebanon, his home, one day last quirements were such that both ( Incorporated.) L. Y. GABBERT. week to enter upon the discharge the church and notorious characSheriff. ters got very rich, and the humEDITOR. of the duties of the position. 3HAS. S. HARRIS .TOflX M. WOLFORD. bler classes very poor and really Jailer Democratic newspaper devoted to the J ONE Z. PICKETT. Jim Frank Taylor, of Glasgow, were not much more than vassals. of the City of Columbia and the people Assessor. recently Surveyor of the Port, The church during the process of Adair and adjacent counties. ERNEST CUND1FF. Louisville, will be the Republi-candida- evolution, somehow, has been Surveyor. e Entered at the Columbia as sec-for Congress in the dispossessed bf it riches and is class mall matter. J. N.COFFEY. Third District. M r. Taylor's poor Coroner. The worthy G. W. STAPLES. WED. SEPT. 17, 1918 father was born and reared near however, of their Magistrate. Montpelier, Adair county. strong men, had accumulated 2nd District. Democratic Ticket. P. M. BRYANT. vast estates and still bold the We will be glad when the 5th District. church in abeyance and the W. E. WILSQN. Thafcr case is settled, one way or For State Senator peon practically an ignorant ' 6th District. the other. Thaw may be crazy, i J. 0. EWING Wji- - BIGGS. servant. but we believe he did a righteous County Judge Diaz administration act when he killed Stanford Under the Republican Ticket. TANNFR OTTLEY peon was slowly coming into White. Evelyn was his wife, it the County Attorney own. The process of fitting mattered not what character she his For Senator GORDON MONTGOMERY them for a Republican form of ROBERT ANTLE. bore. government was tedious and County Court Clerk For Representative A. W. SHARP. Schools in the William J. Gaynor, who was troublesome. WALKER BRYANT For County Judge the Mayor of New "Vork City, cities had become well patron Sheriff G. T. HERRIFORD. died in midocean last Wednesday ized. The few rural schools S. H. MITCHELL For Sheriff G. E. NELL. about 1 o'clock, p. m. Heart were poorly tutored and poorly Jailer For Jailer failure is given as the cause attended. Yet a disposition to C. G. JEFFRIES A. W. TARTER. He was a n independent candi- advance to a better citizenship is School Superintendent For Coroner date for the position he occupied. shewn. Those of the peon class C. M. RUSSELL. E. A.- STRANGE who accepted the advantage of For Surveyor Assessor E. G. HARD WICK. It occurs to us that Scott Mays, city and rural schools received For Assessor the new Collector for the Fifth enough education to make them RALPH WAGGENER J. N. SQUIRES. district, is making slow progress see more clearly their hopeless Magistrate For Superintendent in naming changes in the reve- condition under their aristocratic GEORGE AARON, 1st. District. For Justice Peace nue service. The boys, in the form of government. The rival- WELBY ELLIS. 2nd District trenches should be recognized. ry among the ruling classes, as 2nd. District. W. G. SHEPHERD. GOIINn HEWS Mr. W. W. Spalding, .of Leba-na- n, Birdseve view ot our Plant ln-4r- eit -- te Post-offlc- fl to-da- y. nts "Largest in Dixie" -'- W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., ' Louisville, Kentucky. Incorporated Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, U. G. HARDWICH, Pres. J.5H. COCKF, V. Pres. V. . DIETZMAN, lee W. T. Pane Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED '.861 INCORPORATED 1880 - JVriLiLiWRlGHTS ' DEALERS IN f mRCftlftlSTS LOUISVILLE ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLfS. GRIST MILLS, REED MILLS 1301 TrilETeeNTrif-MftlN. i SMOKE STACKS 4BBBBBBBEBBBr tnBBBiBBB& L. C. CABBELL. 3rd. District. F. H. BRYANT. 4th. District. CHARLIE REECE. 7th. District. MELVIN CONOVER In instructing the grand jury, in Clark county, Judge James d Benton charged that fully of the voters of said county would sell their right of suffrage. A strict investigation was ordered. one-thir- graft, together with .the unrest of the to influence, power, peon, kept the authorities always on the alert to quell or hinder in some way, threatened reststance to authority. The invasion of the American land owner had also a disquieting influence. The American boss fed and treated his labor quite unlike the Mex ican landlord. .The American standard was the same as that in the States, where labor is respected and substantial wages paid. Better living conditions were meted out to them. The la- '. 4th District nAYDEN KELTNER 5 th District W. G. Sheet Iron and Tank Worh 'JBBBPSSvEflBvp PICKETT. BBBlBBBBEflBK. (ith District W. E. HANCOCK. M. L. While J. M. Richardson master at Glasgow, he takes time to write spicy editorials for For Superintendent. his paper, the Glasgow Times. We are authorized to announce He is one of the most entertaining paragraphers in the State. PBOF. TOBIAS IIUFFAKER a Announcements. is postcan-didate No-Temb- er 7th District MITCHELL. For Constable 5th District T. A. CHASTAIN. IBBHBIHbmbEI JOBBINQWORK. SOLICITED BPKSsBBSTBH All Kinds of Machinery Repaired Dr. James Menzies Osteopath Office at Residence Burkesville street Recital BY for Superintendent of Public The safes of eight National Schools of Adair county, at the Banks of Louisville will be swell- American knew that half fed election. ed. $1,300,000 of the crop fund bor was expensive. Columbia, Kentucky. Miss Elizabeth S. Hev;ett Friday, Sept. 19, 1913. & School HaK at 8 p. m All Communications Answered will be distribnted to these banks, General Simon Boliver Buck-ne- r, and the . directors will furnish who is now over ninety security for same. years old, was reported seriously ill, at his home, Glen Lily, Hart county, last week. H e made a trip to Louisville and the journey and intense heat were more than he could stand. He served in the Confederate army during the civil war, was a commissioned officer in the Mexican war, Governor of Kentucky, and a candidate for Vice Presidency on the Palmer and Buckner ticket. He fell out with the Democratic party on the money question and did not vote with it for several years, but at the last election, it is our understanding that he stamped under the rooster, as did many other good and worthy men. Later he is about well. Hon. Rufus Van Zant has been elected by the Democratic State Committees to direct the fall campaign. The greatest crop of cotton ever ginned in the United States was put through the machinery this year. An extra session of the Legislation is now at work in Tennessee. (Accompaniments The health of this community is not very good at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blair are Mrs. Effie Burress is very sick visiting in Russell county this this week. week and will attend the Bap.More About Mexico. Robert and Buford Bailey are tist Asoociation while there. In order to know the. Mexican both reported better. Also Dem-areMr. and Mry. J. D. Hayes, Mr. of the present day, it will be Richard is better. and Mrs-- W. H. Blair and chilnecessary to revert to the early borghum making and corn cutdren visited relatives in Green history of these people. The evting is in full blast here now. and Taylor counties last week. olution from the ancient MexLittle plowing has been done for They reported short crops and ican to the modern, has been wheat on account of the dry extreme hot weather, and water closely by historians followed This law became so offensive weather. The Democratic Tariff Revision and no doubt you are familiar very scarce. that it was repealed, but the Some of the folks here attendpassed the Senate last week. Bill witn it, and other notable inciThe finest singing of the sea The vote was 44 to 37 after all dents of that country leading up same hold on the peon was had ed church at Shiloh orr last Sun son at Concord was on the fifth amendments had been defeated. to the present time, and it is un- under another statute and that day. Bro iJarger preached a Sunday night in August. The His Senators La Follette and Point-dext- necessary for the purpose of this was the obtaining of money under very interesting sermon. of The land lord subject being "What is Man?" lecture given on "The Power voted with the Democrats. article to recall them. Several false pretense. by Prof. Jesse Murcontinued in same way to ad- There was also a splendid sing- the Voice" Two Democrats voted against hundred years of amalgamation rell was also very interesting as the bill. The measure will be has developed the individual vance them a few centavos and ing in the afternoon conducted well as instructive. his books so arranged to show by Prof. R. O. Cabbell. ready for the President in about with whom our country is advis We wish the Concord girl3 the cash advance and thus hold two weeks, when signed the ing Mrs. Mollie Elder and children, in order vto secure to much success with their pie suphis peon under that statute which outlooK for lower prices will be of Illinois, who have been visit them a peaceifUT, prosperous and to offend was also criminal. per which is to come off next good. ing relatives here for a few progressive condition. The first Friday night.. With such a citizenship do you weeks, returned home last week. interbreeding with the Spanish It is given out that United element, now and then developed think them desirable for anexa-tion- ? Mrs. Nancy L. Hughes sold Prof. Jesse Murrell, who spent They are not ready yet States Senator, W. O. Bradley, one fat hog this week to a Mr. strong characters, but the rank for our kind of government. In his vacation here with relatives Rogers, of Ozark, at 5c a pound. will stand for and file showed no improvement five hundred years they have and friends, returned last week will be different, and he will Mr. G. L. Blair is about done on this stock. This was due posmade some progress. 'Probably to Berea, Ky where he will re- cutting tobacco'. find that he will not be in the sibly to two causes; the church irU;he hands of an unselfish peo- - enter school. ght a little bit, p- The tortea and scant piece of sun dried beef or goat, did not furnish either brain, muscle or ambition. The Mexican well fed, works as well as any ignorant laborer, but underfed, must be driven toa partial showing of physical effort. Americans housed, clothed and fed them better and could always command all the best labor they heeded. This condition of affairs conspired to jealousy among the Mexican planters and the'ringo'' the term applies to all Americans. The Federal Congress had passed a law to the effect that so long as a peon was in your service and in your debt it was a criminal offense for him or her to leave without a clean balance sheet. The Mexican employer always managed to keep the peon in his debt. pie they may be fitted in the course of time for a popular form of government. Protestant Missionaries have done much to help those people and it may be that through their works they will PROGRAM Scherzo Songs Rose in the Bud Elf-ma- Xavier Carlier - eventually arrive at the stage where a clean republican government may be safe in their hands. Bueno. Craycraft. Two Eyes of Grey -n The Recitations A Day in June Spring Song Lorraine, --- - - Dorothy Forster Daisey McGeoch JohnB.Vellls J. R. Lowell Mendlessohn (Musical accompaniment.) --- Lorraine, ----- Lorree - Kingsley To a Wild Rose Monologue Edward McDowell Fiske' by Miss Mary Chandler) Keeping a Seat at. the Benefit ARE YOU AWARE In the course of one year the bal ance of your watch makes revolutions? 157,-680,000 . Think of it? In time the oil eums. nrnr1nrpi friction and wear the delicate bear ings, destroying their high finish and perfect fit. thus ruining an acurate timepiece. An ordinary machine is oiled daily. Your watch should be oiled once a year. Let me examine it; an honest opinion irom me will cost you nothing. MURRAY BALL Watchmake Columbia Hotel BJdg. and Jeweler er "" Columbia, Ky. to-da- y, .SoNE 8f BOURBON POULTRY Fw S2a?1Sk,s Sspesj A CURE drinking prevents cholera, diarrhoea, and other rhlev iZZ?ZZ AI .. . TTlOflf j4ma r""'vuc ;- - au aruegisis. eases Of Pol OVU. f Tl cr " Trrr.T-.-rTfT throat cures drops In the ater cures and Sold by Paoll Drug Company;. 4.C THE AJDAlk COUNTY NEWS fi ;- - S $ I Our New Fall Stock is Here Ready For your Inspection. All Lines Full and Complete. I ft- RUSSELL & CO. f $ Mr. Jo Russell, having spent his va-- ! Mr. Walter Ingram has just cation at home, left the first of the from the market. week to resume his duties "on the Mr. II. C. Feese left for Louisville road." this morning, on business. Mr. BryonKojee left for Louisville Mr. Cosby McBeath, wife and two Mr. Jeff Henry, of the Greensburg Monday morning. children, Monticello, are visiting Mrs. bar, is attending court here. Mr. J. E. McFarland, Jamestown, McBeath's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jo Miss Golda English, who has been X. Conover. was hereMonday. quite sick, is reported better. Mr. Veston Tlolt, Jamestown, came Mr. W. H. Wilson went to LouisMr. Clay Sullivan, jailer of Russell to Columbia Wednesday and took pas- county, was here at the opening of ville yesterday. sage in an auto for the circus at court. Mr. J. !N. Meadows, of the .Tame Campbellsville. Mr. Leslie Staples, deputy post bar, was here Monday. Lucy and Leonora master is absent from business on acMisses Mary Mr. Geo. W. Brockman . was here Lowe left last week for Danville, Ky., count of a sore foot. Monday, from Amandaville. where they will attend The Kentucky Miss Ella Walker, accompanied by g College for Women. Mr. Columbus Pickett made a her mother, left this morning to entrip to Louisville Sunday. Mr. V. A. Garr, of Bradentown. ter college at Lexington. Miss Julia Eubank is spending a Fla., a former resident o f Bussell Mr. Robert Pierce, a former citizen week or two inJLouisville. county, was in Columbia Friday, en of this county, but now of Mason City, 111., is visiting friends and relMr, Harlan Hindmau went to Leb- route to his home anon last Saturday. Dr. A. W. bliarp, Kepubiican can- atives here. Mr. George Montgomery will leave Mr. Cleo Sherrill, of Lebanon, was didate to represent Adair and Cumy for Bradentown, Fla., where he in Columbia several days of last week. berland in the next Legislature, was has a position in an abstract office. in Columbia Monday. Mr. Wilcosin, father of Mrs. W. B. is a young man of good character, He Mr. Robert Walker, Bradfordsville, capable and there is not a doubt but Myers, is visiting in Columbia. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Walker, he will do his work well. Mr. W. T. Selby, of Esto, was in is visiting relatives and friends i n this place a few days ago. Columbia and Adair county. Personals. 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Call Or mail orders to, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS to-da- y. It is Goff Bros. Columbia, Kentucky. EVERYTHING IN n Swing Stults. the ball player, reached home last week, a Mr. Hugh Noe, of Campbellsville, little ahead of time, but a felon on one A lot of suckling mules were sold on was here Thursday. of his fingers drove him in. the square Monday at from $75.00 to Mrs. G. V. Staples returned from Miss Lillie Judd, of this place, has 80.00 per head. Cincinnati Saturday night. accepted a position to teach in a col-- 1 Stock Farm for Sale. j Mrs. W. B. Grissom left this morn- lege at Hazard, Perry county, and left Monday morning to take up school ing, on a visit, to Little Bock, Ark. Having decided to quit farming 1 duties. am offering for sale the old Caldwell Mrs. Lou W. Atkins left this mornMr. R G. Woods, of Point Lick, farm situated 6 miles South of Camping for the .Louisville and Nashville was in Columbia last Thursday, en bellsville on the Columbia pike. This millinery markets. route to Bussell Springs, ne was farm has a pike frontage of a mile, Miss Dora Eubank returned last formerly the cashier of the bank at contains 40S acres, and is in a fine week from a pleasant visit to Somer- that place. state of cultivation. There are about set. 300 acres of tillable ground, mostly in Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Barnett left for grass and the remainder is pasture and Mr. Henry X. Miller, while yet conMt. Vernon, 111., last week. Mr. Bar- timber land. This farm is splendidly fined to his room, 'is reported improvnett is a traveling salesman and his watered, having 12 live springs and a ing. headquarters will be at the above creek flowing through it for the disMrs. "W". E. Bradshaw and little son, named city. tance of about a mile. Has a handEdward, 'returned from Louisville last Mesdames J. II. Gott', Grover Gris- some dwelling house with 11 rooms, 2 week. som, Sam Barbee, Walker Bryant, and axcellent tenant houses, 1 cabin, 3 Miss Mary Williams, Montpelier, Misses Pearl Hindman and Mary B. barns, 3 cribs, 1 granary, tool aud visited relatives and friends in Colum-'bi- a Feese attended the circus at Camp wagon shed, stock scales and all other necessary outbuildings. Some of the bellsville, last Wednesday. last week. Messrs. Walter Murrell and Felix Mr. Leon Lewis left one day last finest tobacco land in this section of Boyse left for Illinois the first of the week for Louisviile where he expected the State is on this farm. This place i week. to obtain employment. He is an hon is in a splendid neighborhood, being one mile from school, post office, store Mr. W. T. McFarland lias so far re- est, industrious young man, and he and blacksmith shop, and having 3 covered from hay fever as to be Able has the best wishes of this entire town churches of different denominations Mr. and Mrs. Junius Rogers andlit-tlesoto come to town. within 3 miles. The growing crop and George Adams, of Brooksville, a complete set of tirst-clas- s farm imMr. Ernest narris left Monday for Fla., who have been visiting Mr plements can also be purchasd. Georgetown college and will enter Bogers' parents in Greensburg for the Terras easy. Address: that institution past two months, spent Monday in n. B. Caldwell, Messrs. J. W. Ottley, Geo. Xell, Columbia. Ad. Burdick, Ky. Fred Myers, Harlan Shaw are i n Mr. John A. Harris, who has been Louisville this week. in school at Bowling Green, returned Notice. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Coffey returned home last week, remained a few days, last Thursday night' from a pleasant then left for Columbia, Tennessee, visit to Ashley, 111. where he will teach in a commercial To the Legal voters of Gleuville voting-distriGuy Feese, who lives in the college. No. 8 of Adair county, Mrs. of town, is lying in a very suburbs of Mr. M. T. Smith, after spending Kentucky. critical condition. At the regular November election several weeks in Columbia, has returned to his home in Beadville, North 1913, to be held in said district, a poll Mr. Lilburn Phelps returned to Coopened for the purpose of aslumbia last week and will remain un- Carolina From there he will go to will be Temple Hill University, North Car- certaining the will of the voters of til circuit court closes. said distrist upon the question whetholina, to resume his law course. Mr. Leslie Allen, of Bessemer, Ala., er or not they wish cattle or any speMrs. S. M. Haynes and daughter, cies thereof to run at large in said is spending a few weeks with his parMiss Opal naynes, of San Antonia, voting district. This, Sept. 4, 1913. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Allen. were in this place last WednesN. H. Moss. Mr. and Mrs C. S. Harris and sev- Texas, day, en route to their home after a Judge, Adair County Court. eral of their children will return from pleasant visit to relatives in Russell 45-or Virginia either y county, where they resided before goMr. A. A. nuddleston, State's At- ing to Texas. For Women. torney, arrived Monday morning and is now dealing with violaters of the B. O. Willis and family left last Mrs. Summers 'FamousIIome TreatTuesday mornining to visit his sister, law. Mrs. N. W. Miller, at Campbellsville, ment is the Successful Home TreatMr. Esco Stapp, who lives in Cham- for a few days, after which he will re- ment for Diseases Peculiar to Women: paign, 111. ,'is at home to recuperate. turn to his home at Beardstown, 111. including Displacements and AbnormHe has been quite sick for several Mr. Willis left Adair county nine al Growths o f the Uterine System. months. This Home Treatment does hot interyears ago. fere with one's occupation. Call on Mr. F. B. Winfrey will be missed Mr. N. B. Falkenburg and Mr. Car- or address from the court room this week, as he son Falkenburg, formerly of JamesMrs. Geo E. Wilson, Agent. is confined to his home with rheuma- town, were in Columbia Sunday, en Columbia, Ky. tism. route to Bishop, Texas. They will re45-Mr. Kotz Bledsoe, a native of Bus-se- ll main in the Lone Star State, but county, now a resident of Louis- when here had nob decided upon a I have Fertilizer for Bale at my ville, was in Columbia for an nour or location They 'arc both elegant T. F. Collins barn. two Sunday. 45-Ad . Mr. "W. W. Abrell, Casey Creek, was fti Columbia a day or two of last week. Mr. well-know- Additional Locals. ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized?1 and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. Residence Phone 13 B Business Phone 13 P DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST rooms in Office, Front Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. Columbia, - Kentucky Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated ! 12-- 1 CO- - WELL DRILLER 16 Eaat Matket Street, Between First and Brook I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. See me before contracting;. Louisville, Ky. The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. Courier-Journ- al Latest im-yrov- ed n, machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give me a Call. to-da- y. J. C. YATES 44-t- f. ix. H. JopiES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentifat experience. Special attention years given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. Summer On 7N Mean a considerable saving in your buying. Prices Special bargain lots are studded au ct Rugs, Carpets and Linoleum over our big store. r ii PHONE NO. Q. P. SMYTHE for HRE INSURANCE and REAL to-da- 4t $21.50 Vejvet Rugs for $15.00 $24.00 Axminster Rugs for $18.00 $17.50 Brussell Rugs for $12.00 Inlaid Linoleums, best quality. $1,40 values per square yard $1.00 Printed Linoleums, Extra well finished, 65c quality for 45c $1.10 Velvet Carpets for Hall and Stairs, per yard 75c $1.50 Plush Carpets, Beautfol Designs per yard $1.00. ESTATE Louisville's Big Carpet Store. am now ready to receive your tax for 1913. Pay promptly and save the -- I Hubbuch Bros., & Wellendorff per cent. A. D. Patteson, Sheriff. Incorporated 522 and&524 West Market St. up-to-da- te 2t 3t keep on hands a full stock of ' Call and see ray stock of To the Public. coffins and caskets, also robes; pumps that will stand all kinds o hearses. Prompt service night or day. Any report that I am in behalf of i wpthpr Phone 29. Eli Strange's campaign, is malicious 45-- 1 yr J. E. Triptett, S. E. Eubank., false. Columbia, Ky. Geo. Aaron. Ad, ' 44.4 I - J I tv-- f THE ADAIh COUNTY NEWS How to be Certain of Prejudice is a hard thine to overcome, thousands of reliable people differs from yours, prejudice then becomes your menace and you ought to lay it aside. This is said in the interest of people suffering from chronic constipation, and it is worthy of their .attention. In the opinion of legions of reliable American people the most stubborn constipation imaginable can be cured by a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup tPcpsln. You may not have heard of it Sefore, but do not doubt its merits on that account, or because not blatantly advertised. It it hassold been very has successfully on word of mouth recommendation. Parents are giving it to their children today who were given it by their parents, and has been truthfully said that more itdruggists use it personally in their families than any ther laxative. TRIES WIRELESS ON TRAINS.! Table Manners For Children. Curing Constipation Letters recently received from Jf. E. Myers, Morrison, Tenn., and Ada Hammersmith, US W. Chestnut St, Louisville, Ky., are but a few of thousands showing the esteem in which Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is held. It is mild, gentle, not violent, like salts or cathartics. It cures gradually and pleasantly so that in time nature again does its own work without outside aid. Constipated people owe it to themselves to use this grand bowel non-gripi- but "where health is at stake and the opinion of Psnnsylvania Railroad Putting Telephones on Freight Engines. Philadelphia. The Pennsylvania railroad is to install a wireless telephone system on its trains with a view to preventing accidents. Preliminary tests have been made, and the freight cars are heing equipped with the wireless READY FOR TRIAL Do not sit sideways on the PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured oy OF NEW AIRSHIPS Lieutenant Milling to Super- chairs or lean back in them. Never put the elbows on the table. Do not- - make Dlaythings specific. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the homo free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St., Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. either the food or silverware. It enables the conductor in the vise Test in October. boose of a freight train to talk with Break a small piece of bread the engineer and will result in lessening the number of brakemen necessary from the slice. Never butter in operating the trains. While a metallic circuit is used, the STUDENTS WANT LICENSES. and attempt to eat from the ensystem is practically wireless. The tire slice or even half slice. ca- apparatus. of DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. $1.00 Cox, Joliet, 111. 50c AND AT ALL DRUGGISTS. We often say to ourselves, "I would gladly do my duty, if I knew what it is." Doubtless there are cases in which it is hard to decide, but a remark of Goethe on the subject is well worth remembering. "How can we know ourselves? Never by reflection, but "by action. Do your duty, and you will find out the sort of man you are. 'But what is my duty?' What y asks of you." Do not consider too far, too deeply, seriously. Do the plain, present task, and do it well. It is amazing how pleasant you feel when it is done and it is not wholly unpleasant even in the doing. Ex. to-da- Pointed Paragraphs. Shears which cut through three inches of steel, the most powerful ever built, have been installed in a Penssylvania mill. d A machine that opens clams without endangering its user's fingers has been patented by a New Yorker. By the end of 1916 the Chinese army expects to have 1,000 aeroplanes, this year's budget calling for the purchase of 250. Silk fabric, heavily impregnated with lead and tan salts, is being made in France for making y proof garments for doctors. hand-operate- Canada's water power is estimated at 16,600,000 horse power, of which only about 1,016,000 horse power has been developed. The asphalt production of the United States, chiefley by Texas and California, has increased more than fourfold in ten years. On a new clock dial for quick reading the figures for the minutes are placed in a circle outside the hour figures, and are larger. Ice cream is frozen without ice in a new English freezer that is a miniature refrigerating plant, using compressed carbonic acid gas. Each tray in an egg carrier invented by an Iowa woman, opens out at a different angle, so that all the contents can be examined at once. Electric lights suspended by the familiar twisted cord can be protected against injurious vibrations by hooking the ends of a spiral spring into the cord, slacked for a short distance to permit this to be done. Ex. railroad track is one line of the circuit, contact being made between some Three New Machines, a Burgess, a portion of a metal part of the truck. Wright and a Curtis, All Equipped A single metal connection is then With Foreign Engines, Will Be Tried wound about the coupling of each car, Out Special Badge Given as Liand from this point the circuit is carcense Several Anxious to Try. ried to a pole on each car. The electric battery then hashes the current from Washington. October has been set pole to pole and the system is comfor the month, but no definite date has plete, j. yet been set for new trial of An ordinary headpiece instrument is flying machines the will be the for tested that installed in the cab of the engine for the army at the Wright factory at the use of the engineer, while the Dayton, O. Lieutenant Thomas Millmouthpiece can be attached to some be officially detailed to superpart of the trainman's uniform, so as ing will tests. vise the It is probable that Gento leave his hands free to perform his eral George P. Scriven, chief signal ofregular duties. ficer of the army, and possibly some other officers of the army also will atPROBE MISSIONARY'S DEATH. tend. There will be three of the new mTurks Assert That C. H. Holbrook achinesa Burgess, a Wright and a Curtiss all equipped with foreign enWas Killed by Mistake. Constantinople. As the result of con- gines. The motors will run from 90 flicting versions of the murder of the to 140 nominal horsepower and will be Rev. Dr. Charles H. Holbrook, an the most powerful ever installed in The mouth should be wiped with the napkin both before and VETERINARY SURGEON after drinking. Be sure and swallow all food in mouth before taking a drink. Do not look at people through the bottom of the glass as though it were a field glass. Sip the soup quietly from the Special Attnetin to Eyes side of the spoon. Medium-size- d spoonsjshould be provided for Fistulo, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am children. well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock Do not put either spoon or fork removed from stables. ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. further into the mouth that is AR C. D. Crenshaw ,Sljat5jfef,j Poll-evi- l, LOCATION-NE- necessary. ON BURKSV1LLE STREET. American missionary, at Soushehir, government machines. None of these Put just enough food on the Asiatic Turkey, Lewis Heck, acting new machines will be intrusted to any vice consul and interpreter at the Unit- but the officers who have qualified for end of the fork to make a proper-sed States consulate general here, has ized mouthful. been sent to Soushehir to make an investigation. Do not tip the plate for the Officials of the Bible House in Conlast drop of soup. stantinople assert they have information that the murder of the missionary Never put potato skins, egg was deliberate, whereas the Turkish authorities assert that Dr. Holbrook shells, etc., on the tablecloth. was killed in mistake for an Armenian Eitherput them on the side of who had aroused the anger of two Turks. the plate or ask for a saucer. The two murderers have been arrested, and the Turkish government promDo notdip cake or bread into ises that they will be severely punthewater. ished. Joseph 3 H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Will practice in this and adjoining counties. -. Jamstown, Kentucky Why HAVE MARRIED OTHER ELEVEN EACH TIMES Per- Never help yourself with your ownjknife, fork or spoon. Bo not reach across the table or in front of anyone. Not Wedding Ceremony Often formed For Vernbns. If the horses have had hard, straining work, or hard driving, Hagerstown, Md. To be married to umaMuc KtftaSi. .y .mm jm when put in the stable the legs each other eleven times since 1909 has i r KV!&3SIHK:& Mmm jl&ri been the novel experience of Mr. and by American Press Association. Photo should be well rubbed. Mrs. Frank Vernon, who are at Brad-doc- k X-ra- r &&&Zyi)&deBQ$ WEEKLY COURIER -J- OURNAL HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL Heights. The marriage ceremoDo not sell the horse that has nies have been performed in as many countries. grown old in your service, to a different why he and his wife had been Asked huckster or a junk dealer to be married so often, Vernon said it was a with them, beaten, starved and abused. It sort of hobby a precautionand they took because in the step as is too much like sending one's some foreign countries marriages perworn out father to the poor farm. formed in others are not recognized. He and his wife were first married in Columbus, O., in 1909; then in Montreal in 1910; in England, Scotland. Wales, France. Germany. Belgium and Russia in 1911; in Sydney, Australia, in 1912, and in Vera Cruz, Mexico, in 1913. They hold marriage certificates of nil these weddings, and the display is unique. In some of the countries where they were married they did not understand a word the officiating clergyman was saying, but simply nodded their heads when they thought the time had come to make the responses. They speak French and German. LIEUTENANT THOMAS MILIiING. ANDI THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS For $1.50 i you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Dailv Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, $6.00 $2.00 Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write 3S this paper. Q08g(BgX!)g(i)i The older machines will be reserved for training. The army has decided on the design and obtained one specimen of the military aviator's badge. It is considered the handsomest thing in the way of a badge that the government has ever assigned. It has a plain gold bar with the words "Military Aviator" in black enamel. Beneath the bar there hangs an eagle with extended wings carrying in ids claws crossed signal flags in gold and platinum. Several of the students officers in the Philippines are just ready to try for their military pilot's license. They are Lieutenants Chapman of the Seventh cavalry, Rich of the Philippine scouts and Dargue of the coast artillery. They have all been trained as aviators under Lieutenant Frank Lahm, who was the first of the army officers to b'e trained by Wilbur Wright at College Park. Lieutenant Lahm has not been flying continuously, but U. S. EXECUTOR IN BALKANS. he is in point of service the oldest World. military aviator in the world. Postal Bank Pays 200 to Montenegrin Another of the student aviators who The; Men Who Succeed. Soldier's Father. are about to take their military test is Washington. Postmaster General Lieutenant E L. Ellington at San as heads of large enterprises are men Burleson has ordered that 200 be sent Diego. deof greatj energy. Success, to Bojov Martinovich. whose son. Milo According to present arrangements, mands health. To ail'is to fail. It's P. Martinovich, was killed in the as- when the officers have qualified as sault on Fort Tarakasch at Scutari in military aviators they will be retained utter folly for a man to endure a weak, half alive condition when the Balkan war. at their posts to act as instructors to Electric Bitters will put him right on The son was formerly a laborer in other student aviators detailed to the Oakland, Cal., and deposited his sav- service. Some of the older men prob- hisjfeet in short. "Four; bottles did ings in the postoffice there. A certifica- ably will be sent this fall to the main more real gyod than any othea medition from the secretary of the legation aviation center at San Antonio, Tex. cine I ever took," writesChas. B. Alat Athens says that the depositor was Considerable interest has been arous- len, Sylvania, Gv. "After years of unmarried and lived with his father. ed not only among the aviators, but suffer ingju with rheumatism, His first deposit was made in October, throughout the army, by the issue of trouble, stomach disorders and de1911, and the second in February. 1912. the new army signal book by the am again, thanks to This is the first United States postal signal corps. This contains the Amer- ranged kidneys, I Bitters, sound and; well." savings depositor known to have lost ican Morse and the international Electric Morse, the flag, lantern, Ardois lights Try them.HOnlyftoO cents at Paull his life in the Balkan war. Ad and all the other systems of signaling Drug Co. used in the army. It is the essential "GOSPEL STICK" FOR WILSON. manual of army signaling. The revised Little Hint. Negro Clergyman Sends Queer Carved j edition has been compiled by General Scriven, the chief signal officer of the Staff to President. army. One of the interesting features A MtleEgirEcame down to Washington. President Wilson has of the rush for the book is the little added to his collection of freak gifts general desire of the boy scouts for desert at a dinner party and sat a "gospel stick," an elaborately carv- copies. The scouts all over the counnext to her mother. This lady ed staff bearing his monogram and try seem to be going in for signaling, several scriptural texts. It was pre- judging by the mass of applications was occupied in talking to her sented to him by Rev. C. C. Penwick. they have filed for the book. neighbors and omitted to give n negro clergyman of Chalybeate After the house committee on miliSprings, Va., the former bishop of Li- tary affairs had thoroughly discussed the child anything. After some beria. The stick is of dogwood, and the aviation problem last week it was the donor assured the president he practically decided to make no change time the little girl, unable to had carved it entirely himself, although In the present 'arrangement in the bear it any longer, with sobs risyears old. he is seventy-tw- o army, but to leave the aviation work ing in her throat, held up her under the signal corps, where it has Laid Three Eggs In One Day. heretofore been. plate and said: "Does anybody Logansport. Ind. H. A. De Ford of want a clean plate?" Ex. this city has a hen. This hen, he says, Swims While Asleep. m laid three eggs in one day. One egg Racine, Wis. Frank Ryerson. an emhad a perfect shell. One had a soft ployee of the Lincoln Ice company at I am now ready to receive your tax shell. The third had an inside lining Brown's lake, lay down on the lake for 1913. Pay promptly and save the around It Mr. De Ford says threr bank and woke up near the opposite persons basides himself s"aw the threV shore. He Bays he swam across the per cent. A. D. Patteson, Sheriff. eccs bay while asleep. to-da- y, the military aviator certificate. Never take anything from a plate and put it back to take something else. Lay your knife and fork on you plate so that it will not fall off when the plate is removed. Children should be helped first at meals, and should be given a little recess E between dinner coursejand dessert. Never ask what kind of dessert there is before it appears. Never complainabout the food Never ask for what is not on thejtable unless it be some necessary dish or utensil, such as knife, fork or spoon. Never eat or drink with one hand while you pass a plate with the othtr. The first and last rule is to never do anything unpleasant at the table, and tojalways be considerate f others. Woman's Read The Courier Journal? HENRY WATTEKSON Editor, We Can Furnish Yo.u The Adair County New and the Weekly Courier-Journal Both One Year For $1-50 run-dow- n, We can also give libera combination rate with Daily liver or Sunday Courier Journal. Write Courier-Journ- al Com- pany, 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. Made A New Wian Of Him- stomach, head ctric B"itter an! bciclr. ' "Iwassufferuicrfrom Pain in mv ' T. Alston, Raleish, .N. O. "ad my liver and kidneys did riot work right, hut fonr bottles of "Elpptrrr; Kit.tur made me fee," rke a new man." PRICE 50 CTS. Jm ALL 3ftL'G STORES. writes H. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS PUT HIS WIFE IN HARNESS. Husband Uses Spouse to Make Potato Digger Work. Asbury Park, N. J. George W. K. Boyce, manage'r of the C. E. P. Het-ric- k farm near Farmlngdale, was arraigned before Police Justice P. P. Dodd of Neptune township, accused of beating his wife after he had hitched her with a team of horses in am unavailing effort to make a patent potato digger work. It was charged Boyce hooked himself, his thirteen-year-oleon and his wife to the digger, but the efforts of the three, despite the horses' aid, were insufficient for the farmer's purpose. Becoming enraged, Boyce is alleged to have beaten his wife and thrown her into a gully. The complaint was made by a married daughter, Mrs. Grace Townel, of Elizabeth. d PLANNING TO HELP CREDIT OF FARMER Report of What Is Honey? W. Tanner Ottley Httonney-Ht-Iiac- ;si32rup jnoA 71.9s.moA joj JS3X 'uauiOAV joj Xpauioj otuoj 'rspsds b sb Abav. Atoas uj spa pirc 'sajojsaj 'suaqu34S 'spijnq mpjB3 inp.re3 Xj jou Aqy 3uoj b psau noA" ssneoaq s,ij giqBuj pire ssojd 'SHOAJ3U 8JB piIB 'jjnp 'p3JU J33 'UBUIOAV B 81 noA" JJ aipi 3jsv SS3UJCldBq inpjo sips To the query, "What is money, anyway ?" the following answers are made; Money is the loudest sound in the voice of life. u Will practice in. all tins Courts ' o; Joj itijepadsa apBiu SUJBjdxa JTOT U3M uoriijijsuod AiiretuoM. 3Bq udinoAv 3uit,jb pu 3jmm. jo spuusnoin Suidpq uj '8JB3X og sd sq; Supnp 'pBq SBq ;i ipnjM. sssddhs B3j3 sir J pire )3V Commission That . Columbia, Ky. sq; uo Anuoijpads j 3snBD3q 330p DUB S 'njss33Dns s jnpjB 'SUIlfl 8UO S30p mpJB3 spr pus 'liauioM. N.J. pDAi3D3J 3ABq I sjipuaq am. JO Widow Walks Two Days to Camp With Body of Husband. Grizzly Gulch, Cal. A tired little woman leading a burro with a lopsided pack came down the mountain into this camp. Every man in the street helped to undo the hitches that fastened a plank coffin to the pack saddle and carry it into a house, where the By inventing delicate appa- Post cards with a folding flap woman broke down over the body of her husband, which the coffin conone end for mailing small, tained. ratus a Russian scientist proved at She said her husband, P. T. Strib-linthat light waves exert a measur- - flat articles have been patented a prospector, was killed and his partner badly hurt in a cavein on their by a Washington man. able mechanical pressure. claim. She made the injured man as comfortable as she could and placed provisions where he could reach them. Then she proceeded to build the coffin around her husband's body and succeeded in getting it on the burro's hours back. She walked twenty-fou- r with hardly a halt to reach Grizzly Gulch so that her husband might be buried with suitable rites. qSnoua mpjB osiBJd jsasu pjnoo i uSnoin sb psj i pire 'uajpuqo Am joj 9jud o pub jOAosnoq Aui op 0 9iqB uib TjJOAvgsnoq I a.ou puB 'aupipsui 3qj su oj panunuoD Am op dpq puB dn 3q o sjqB jo3 i Manaq paj o usSaq uoos pire 'mpjB3 An p;p j sannp Am o pua puB dn sq 0 3jqB ;ou sbav puB 'inicaq jo sjbjs avoj ajsa b ui sba n 3 N '3"H jo 'll3dS A Z SJW s3?ua ,mpjBO Ajx Boyce was held in $200 bail to await the action of the grand jury. Mrs. Boyce disappeared after the alleged assault and was found working in a restaurant here. The couple became reconciled after the husband's arrest, but the charge still stands. MAKES HUSBAND'S QOFFIN. PIBS JOPOQ &W g, Louisville Hotel Louisville, Kentucky OnlMain between Sixth and Seventh "KISS IF YOU WISH," SAYS HEALTH EXPERT Disease Germ Does Not Lurk on Ruby Lips, Asserted. Chicago. Health Commissioner Young has appeared as champion for the kiss. Other health guardians to the contrary notwithstanding, his advice is to keep right on kissing as often as the girl will permit; that the disease germ does not lurk and multiply on the ruby lips, as some experts claim. When the printers' proof sheets of matter to go in the weekly health bulletin were submitted recently to Dr. Young by C. St Clair Drake, a strict sanitarian, the health commissioner found an article devoted to kissing. "That will never get by me," said he. The article, in part, read something like this: "And there is no telling the amount the students of the subject claim the cases are numerous of tuberculosis and other diseases communicated by a kiss." "Nonsense," Dr. Young said. "I will have to act as a safety valve here, be a regular Horatius at the bridge." Again he perused: "Therefore kissing should be avoidedshould not be indulged in." To his secretary Dr. Young turned, issuing this order: AmericaiCand European Plans RATES: American Plan $2.00 and up European Plan $1.00 and up We serve theJbestjAmerican Plan meals in the South Known In Many Respects the A provider for everything exAmerican Farmers Are Worse Off Than Those of Europe. cept happiness, a passport to InColorado Springs. Following the everything but Heaven. vestigation of rural credits and agriculture in fourteen European Something that always gets countries by the American commission of agricultural a pre- the glad hand. report was made to the conliminary Money is the most effective ference of governors at its annual session held in this city. root to cultivate. BRIGHTER, BETTER, The report was submitted to the conMetal often manufactured from ference by Senator Duncan U. Fletcher of Florida, chairman of the com- water in Wall street. BiGGER THAN EVER mission and president of the southern commercial congress, which assembled The best talking machine in THE REGULAR P35CE 3? the American commission. In part it existance. follows: "The agricultural interests of most That which women look for THE LOUISVILLE of the European countries visited by the commission are organized along while men sleep. one or more of the following lines: A curse to some that have it; IS Credit, production, distribution and'so-cia- l A organization for the betterment of and a curse to'all that haven't. country life. "Organizations for the provision of What the rich don't need and IF YOU WiLL SEND YOUR ORDEEf . credit facilities for European farmers fqllow the natural division into short the poor don't get. time personal credit and long time TO US, YOU CAN GET The breath of business. land mortgage credit. The organizations for the provision of personal Our private god. credit facilities are as highly developed The antidote for poverty. as are the systems of commercial banking. The prevailing rate of InterThat speaks a language we est paid by the farmers for short time loans is from 4 to 5V per cent can all understand, but in which "The personal credit organizations .) societies. few are able to converse. have the form of Very often the members of these soLake Region. AND cieties assume unlimited liability for society, while In other the debts of the Do You Pear Consumption? cases the societies take the form of No matter how chronic your cough oj how severe your throattor lung ailment is, Dr. King's New Discovery will surely help you: it may save your life. Stillman Green, of Malichite, Col., writes: "Two doctors said I had consumptian and could nob live two BOTH ONE YEAR years. I used Dr. King's New Discovery and am alive and well." Your money refunded if it fails to benefit for 50U. The best home remedy coughs, colds, throat andjlung troubles Price 50c. and $1.00. Guaranteed by Bait for the matrimonial hook. The one thing that makes GOVERNORS REVIEW NEEDS. crooked things straight, and straight things look crooked. The most effective substitute Senator Duncan U. Fletcher of Florida, Chairman, Findings for brains. Makes Visited European Nations. THE LOU IS VI LL TIMES jf V FOR 1913 TIMEit $5.00 YEAH THE ADAIR COUNT! NEWS Eus-tis(Fla- THE L0U1SV1LEE TIMES FOR ONLY $4.50. Paull Drug Co. Ad THE LOUISVILLE TIMES The NewJLouisville Hotel Co. Inc. Herman Steinhilber, Manager the best afternoon paper prinTomorrow's Burdens. ted anywhere. Has the best corps of corra-- It has been well said that no The Daily Louisville And The Times News Adair County It "Have the entire article against kiss- Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. is Democratic Wood-ro- ing stricken from the bulletin. Let people kiss all they want to." "A kiss," Dr Young said. "Is dangerous only when it is indulged in so a3 to lead to observation by an irate papa or mamma. The degree of aggravation differs in each case." LANE SPENDS ENTIRE SALARY. Costs Secretary of Interior $10,000 to Maintain Home Alone. Portland, Ore. It costs Franklin K. Lane, secretary of the interior, $10,000 a j'ear to maintain a home as a cabinet officer and $2,000 a year for "ice cream and pink teas," according to a statement he made to friends during his recent visit to this city while discussing the high cost of living for government officials in "Washington. This dissipates his entirely salary of $12,-00- 0 a year, and he has nothing remaining "excepting the glory." Secretary Lane said that he is not extravagant in his home, as he resides In the same residence he occupied while a member of the Interstate commerce commission He pays $1,000 a year rent for the home, has two colored servants and Is not a lavish entertainer. man ever sank under the burden pondent3. of the day. It is when toCovers the Kentucky field p? morrow's burden is added to the burden of that the weight fectly. is more than a man can bear. Covers the general news fiali Never load yourselves so, my friends. If you find yourselves completely. Photo by American Pres3 Association. so loaded, at least remember Has the best and fullest ma SENATOR DUNCAN FLETCHER. this it is your own doing, not limited liability. As a rule, in God's. He begs you to leave kets reports. the law makes little or no provision for exemptions of any the future to him, and irind the DEMOCRATIC in politics bm kind. These short time credit societies present. G. Macdonald. furnish cheap, safe and elastic credit fair to everybody. to their members by reason of their safest Laxative for Women to-da- y XT. European- -countries and is heartily supporting Wilson for the w The campaign is on and if you want in touch with all the parties xo keep throughout the United States sub- control by farmers and are organizations exclusively in the Interest of farmers who operate them at nominal cost and without seeking dividend profit to such societies. "The organizations for production and distribution of farm products follines. Farm products low are sold by the producer at a relatively higher price and are bought by the consumer at a relatively lower price because the cost of distribution is conmarsiderably lowered by keting, which results also in improving the quality and uniformity of farm products and in promoting more businesslike methods in farming operations. "Credit is the keystone of the organization proposed. American farmers possess potential credit of vast amount The task is to discover a plan whereby that credit may be made cheaply and easily available. "In the United States the farmer is dependent upon a banking system operated primarily in the interests of merchants and manufacturers, interests which are dissimilar to agricul- Nearly every woman ueeds a good laxative Dr. King's New Life Pills are good because thay are prompt, safe, and do not cause pajn. Mrs. M. C. Dunlap of Leadill, Tenn., says: "Dr. King's New Life Pills helped her troubles greatly." Get a box Price, 25c. Recommended by Paull Drug Co. Ad. to-da- y. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP- TION RIGHT AWAY r DENTAL OFP'ICJE Spud Lovers Get Jolt. Dr. James Trlpiett DENTIST NIXT TO POST OFFtCK I Epicures whose ideal of a repast includes big baked potatoes. French fried, or any other variety, suffered a serious shock when a leading crop expert in Columbia, Ky. RErf PHONE 20. OE"lMCE PHONE 03 scribe for the Times. We can furnish The Times and The Adah ' BRINGS 2,400 SEALSKINS. Animals Were Killed Only to Furnish Food For Eskimos. San Francisco. With 2,400 sealskins and 1,000 skins of blue fox, the steam- Chicago announced that the poTTI.t.'lWVfP1 m n a a tato crop this year in the United Vft 3 S i f States would be 100,000,000 bushels short of last year. ture. Prices for Minnesota and Ohio "These European credit systems mo creat i and Indigestion Beem to be of two kinds, those provid- potatoes in the Chicago market i for f wo yeaw. I tnut many things f r , 8 i ing personal, short time credit for op- advanced Wednesday eight to relief.. bat potlittlo help, tillat lastlfouu f erating purposes and those providing a long time mortgage credit for works ten cents a bushel. Ex. -E can's-H- l di-- of permanent development and pur- DR. KING'S County News both for $4.5 0 per year Come to the office or mail in your subscription, " . er Homer returned from the Pribllof islands. The furs and sealskins were gathered from theUnited States government stations on St. George and St. Paul islands and are worth about $1,000,000. n.000 fionlskins. Seals are killed only to :'uniish food for the Eskimos of the Last year the Homer brought down Islands. chase. "I have contended all along that our present banking and currency system Is framed to serve commerce and the Industries other than agriculture. For fifty years it has discriminated against agriculture. I am convinced this was not a deliberate blow at agriculture, but arose for the reason that no com mercial banking system can be framed so as to adequately serve agriculture. We must have a distinct system to meet tut requirements of the farmer." Are Ever at War C.E. Hatfield. Gnyan.W. V... There are two things everlastingly 25 CENTS ?ZB BOTTLE AT ALL ORl'GGISTS. piles. But Bucklen's at war, joy and Arnica Halve, will banish piles in any form. It soon subdues the itching, irritation, inflamation or swelling. It I keep on hands a full stock of gives comfort, invites joy Greatest coffins and caskets, also robes; ihealsrof burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, hearses. Prompt service night or day. bruises, eczema, scalds, pimples, skin Phone 29. eruptions. Only 25c afc Paull Drug 45--1 yr J. F. Triptett, Co. Colnmbia,Ky. Ad, ewLifsP s?' wfcrtriii v 8 Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS same was spread in the beautiful this week. grove near the church. After dinner the choir was called Strong Hill, in company with together again and rendered Mr. Larnee Reece, of Kansas some excellent pieces. The day City, are visiting at Jamestown will long be remembered. Russell Creek. Mrs. E. Strange Woodson ) (Formerly of Columbia, and late of New York City Lewis rom Adair and and Washington, D. C.) High-Cla- ss , James A. Wilmore returned to Lexington the first of the week. Miss Mollie Flowers visited at Greensburg a few days first of the week. Quite a number of traveling rmen made our town last week. Mrs. Clara Solenberg returned to Matison, Fla., last weeic whexe she will take up her school work again. Our farmers put in lastweek cutting corn and saving feed. They report corn just a little better than they expected. Mr.'G. T. Flowers is having a dwelling erected on his farm .near town. Several from this place attended the sale of Mr. Zed Akin at .Sparksville last Saturday. The continued drouth that we ihave had for some time has made water very scarce. Several wells and springs in this community have gone dry. Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Townsend, of Milltown, were in our midst one day last week. We were all glad to see them and to know that they were well and getting along so nicely. Judge N. H. Moss and Mike Winfrey, of Columbia, were in our community a day or two of 3ast week. The Judge was looking after his farm while Mike was mixing with the boys get ting them ready for the big at Exclusive Millinery Moderate Prices Greensburg, Ky. Always appreciates trade.-- f The health of this community is very good. Bro. John Rice will preach at Hutchison's School house the 3rd Sunday at 11 a. m. Every body come and lets sing a while before preaching begins. Miss Mary Todd returned to Cincinnati last Monday where she has a good position. Tribue Shearer Jr., who has been in Highland Park returned home last Wednesday night, and has been sick in bed with something Jike malarial fever. We hope he will be well in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hutchison and Mr. Frank Shepherd and wife were at the Sandlick Springs last Saturday. Miss Effie Triplett was visiting Misses Virgie and Mary Lee Continuous Showing of Complete Line of Millinery Throughout the Season. Centrally Located. While in the City make my shop your Headquartes. 304 W. Walnut St., Louisville, Kentucky. Adjoining Counties and is constantly of fering and giving to ail comers, Bargains ffwJ aj WORKS W0NDEJ5 in all.Lines of goods! Willfsend Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes V There's Always Something Around the House that needs Refinishing An old piece of furniture you hate to part with, worn floors or scratched doors, and a9 you look about you'll find infinite uses for Pee Gee RE-NU-LA- C. to any point, by Pareels Post prepaid, Any goods not satisfactory This combined Stain and Varnish is made for beautifying your wood. One home. You can easily apply it on any kind ofrefinisning. coat works wonders on anything that needs it's inTry Pee Gee RE-NU-L- can be re 0. to-da- y, court that is in session. Mr. W. G. Pickett and Mr. our. midst last Friday. Al- len Keltner, of Pickett, were in Mrs. B. B. Grissom and her granddaughter, Miss Carrie, of Columbia, spent last week visiting their relatives and friends in our city. Charlie Diddle will leave for Lexington the first of the week where he will enter school. He as fine student and will do well anywhere he may choose to go. ast Sunday afternoon there was, what we people call a whirlwind, started in this community and about a mile from this place upset everything that it came in contact with. There was no ser-- . ious damage done except the" top part of the dwelling of Mr. Rig Janes' was blown off. There was no one of the family at home, consequently there was no one hurt. There was not a cloud to be seen. It was perfectly clear and Mr. Janes says he don't un- Mrs. Cundiff. derstand things of this kind. Tribue Shearer sold one calf to .Last Sunday was a big day for Bunk Gill for $15.50. 'the people of old Union Church. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Cundiff The crowd began to gather early were visiting their son, Finis, at v an the morning, and by 'ten Cane Valley, last Saturday. o'clock the house was well filled. Edith No. I. "The Sunday School hour had arrived, and our efficient superintendent, Bro. J. C. Dohoney, Several from this place attendopened school. After v the ed the camp meeting at Knifley closed, Prof. Grimsley last week. with one of the finest singing There is being a new cl.i.rch classes in the county, was invit- - house erected at Tabernacle. . ed around and rendered some as Misses Minnie and Lottie Knif,hne vocal music as ever was; ley entered the L. W. 1. S. last l&eard. .By tin's time the hour Tuesday. vhad arrived for preaching. Rev. Mr. Bob Mings has just recovered from a spell of fever. Hamilton filled the pulpit with Mr. Donnie Jones and cousin, one of the most interesting serMiss Mary Jones, attended the mons we have heard for a long show at Campbellsville last Wed- ter yet of Russell Springs, were time. The noon hour arrived, nesday. Evans Bros, have a carload of here last Tuesday. and the Jadies of the community Ut. J. N. White visited his .had a bountiful repast consisting sister, Mrs. Mont Harmon, last hogs which they will .ship in a J. W. Haney. the photograweek or two. pher, of Brady, was down to of every thing good, and the week. w, Smith, at Disappointment, last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Squires, of Neatsburg, were visiting in this neighborhood last week. The Mt. Pleasant and Milltown ball teams met at Mrs. Sam Ed Squires' and played a game of ball. The score stood 27 to 7 in favor of Milltown. There was a mistake inthe price of the cow that John Cun-di- ff sold to Brack Cain. It was $35 instead of $85. Mr. Will Ed Squires was visi ting at Disappoinment last week. Mr. Chat Dohoney and wife and Mrs. Sally Callison, of Cane Valley, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Perry Cundiff last Tuesday. Mr. Sam Smith, who has been having a well drilled went 80 feet deep and got no water but struck some coal oil. They say if they go 6 or 7 hundred feet they would strike plenty of oil. I would like to see a good oil well in Adair county. Wouldn't it be a grand thing. Mr. Turner Murray bought Bob Logan's farm on, Pettit's Fork. Mrs. Scott Todd and two grandsons, Mrs. Bob Hatcher, Miss Georgia Todd, Misses Rose and Ann Todd visited Mrs. John Cundiff last' Tuesday. Miss Ann Todd, who has been confined to her bed for three years, stood the trip very well, considering the bad road. It had been four years since she visited her sister, expensive and assures best results always. comes in 11 Natural Pee Gee Wood colors. White, Gold and Silver Enamel. RE-NU-LA- C turned by Parcel Post, if in seven days, PEASLEE-GAULBER- T ;............. PAULL I Manufacturers CO., Incorporated Ky. ......... Louisville, after sent outj DRUG CO., Columbia, Ky. . ; Woodson Lewis The Adair County News and Weekly Courier-Journal, 5 -- Several from this place attendMisses Minnie and Lottie Knifed the Institute at Columbia last ley left last week to enter school week. at the L. W. T. 3. at Columbia. The show at this place last Mr. J. N. White is at home on Monday was a failure. a few days visit. Mr, J. L. Beard, of Peck, was Miss Ann Lizzie Squires, who Monday. in our midst last has been visiting her brother, Squires, Mr. Henry Squires, returned to Miss Annie Elizabeth of Columbia, is visiting lier her home at Columbia last Satbrother, Mr. Henry Squires. urday accompanied by her friend, The school at Tabernacle is Mr. Willie Evans. progressing nicely with Miss Rev. J. P. Daniels will fill his Sarah Collins as teacher. regular appointment at TaberMr. Bill Jones, the poultry nacle the third Saturday night buyer, gave us a call Wednesday. and Sunday in this month. Mrs. Minnie Harmon and her Several from here attended the dedication at Purdy last Sunday. brother, Mr. J. N. White, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Knifley at Mr. F. W. Miller's last visited Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Williams last Sunday. lrvin's Store. Misses Fannie Evans and Lela Beard visited relatives in Taylor The dry weather continues in county last week. this part. A number of wells Mrs. Vinie Beard was called to and springs are dry and water the .bedside of her brother-in-lais scarce. Dr. Jim Smith, last SaturMr. William Swanson has gone day. Later. He died. to Cincinnati to work. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Squires, Mr. Sam Pelley, of near Dunn-villMiss Mattie Evans and Mr. Gus was through here last week Dunbar, Miss Ann Lizzie Squires looking for sheep. and Mr. Willie Evans, Miss Lela Mr. Christman Wilson bought Beard and Mr. S'. T. Evans and sister, Fannie, all attended the one mule colt of Sam Wilson, of Sparks show at Campbellsville Fonthill, for $70. D. C. Hopper and wife, Dr. last Wednesday. Hammond, and wife were at Edith No. 2. Russell Springs Saturday where they attended the Lodge of The health of this community Eastern Star. is very good at this writing., Misses Eva and Effie HamMr. James Allen was in this mond, of Russell Springs, visited community a few days ago buy- at Dr. Hammond's last Sunday. ing cattle. n There will be a teacehrs' The framing to the new church held at Salem Saturday, Tahernacle is almost: pnmnlpf-- September 27. An interesting at ed. program is out. Mary Jones, of this place, Miss The Russell County Medical spent a day or so of last week in Society will meet at Jamestown Taylor county. Saturday, September 20th. A The well machine has been., at full attendance is hoped for. Let Mr. G W. Rubarts' for several every body go. , uaya auu uovcu i onuv;n. uuy waM. W. Cooper and Julias s, e, Asso-ciatioGas-kin- both one Year Each $1.50 Herman Hr a TtSi. T C. Tafef 236 W. Jefferson, St. AH LouisvilIe,Ky. Things Electrical Write for Wireless Telegraph Pamphlet ( Telegraph Inst. tt Telephone Cl Medical Battery tl Electric Light Linemen Tools and Line Material take the picture of our school Mr. M. F. Sparks, the hustling. one day last week. . stock trader, was in this section ' Our roads are so dusty it is last week buying cattle. very disagreeable to travel them, Meggrs B Combg and Q and when winter comes they will j HamiIton were transacfci bu3i be impassable as there has been ness afc GIaggo Iasfc week comparatively no worK done on T iur. n. o. Jf uiuam's house is them. nearing completion. I I - T"k a A Messrs Hopsin and Dave Walker visited at Edmonton last week. The health of this vicinity is Bro. John Scott will begin a very good at thi3 time. Mr. Thomas Moss, wife and the second Sunday. nmrri nnd wifo cnpnh n Nell. protracted meeting at this place r- - fow davo G. E. Hamilton and fami- - ; of last week visiting relatives in Green county. Mrs. Zora Rowe and little son, Kinniard, passed through here Saturday enroute for Columbia. Mrs. Mary Bell visited her son, J. C. Bell, of Keltner, a few days of last week. Mr. T. B. .Combs fcnd wife spent a week with the former's Darents, Mr. and Mrs. James Combs, Tompkinsville, recently. On their return they were ac- companied by Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Combs, who spent several days, last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kinnard visitecl relatives on South Fork, Iy and Mrs Carrie Walker spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Several from this place attend- ed tne al day singing, at Union, lasfc Sundav. Mr. P. L. Bell, wife and three children, of Mansfield, Texas, wh0 sPent two weeks with rela- - tives ana friends, started on their homeward journey' Sept. 9. Saving feed-- has begun with the farmers, Tn road overseer, L. C. er with a corps of hands, have Putingood time, working tha roads in the last week or two, putting them in f airIy gQQd ghap Walk-returning i last week.