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"Uncle" Solomon Turpen Dead. the subject of this writing breathed his last, at the home of his daughter, three miles out of 'Columbia. The deceased would have been eighty-nin- e years old had he lived until the 5th of next January. He was born and reared m Wayne county, his father being a pioneer Baptist preacher. When quite a young man "Uncle Sol," as he was fomiliarly called, located in Russell county, where he resided for a number of years. lie became a citizen of Adair county fifty-thre- e years ago, and for about twenty-fiv- e years he was a resident of Columbia. During one of J. J. Smith's evangelistic meetings, held in this town, many years ago, the deceased made a profession of his faith in Christ, united with the Baptist Churh, and lived consistently until the end. Soon after his profession of religion he felt that he ought to preach, and for several years filled appointments at different places in the county. He was a kind old man and was known to every body in Adair county. Last Thursday afternoon all that was mortal of the deceased was laid to rest by the side of his wife in the cemetery, this place, after religious services a t the grave, a number of sympathizing friends being present TO BE MARRIED. Issued October men are generally at heart Women Can Vote in Election for Great kind men. When the 'great and beloved Washington laid his shoulder to Superintendent. Court of Apthe wheel of the heavily laden cart, peals Says Ballots Must and helped to roll it out of the mud hole in the road, it must have been Be Printed for Them. 1 his deep sympathy of heart for his fellow man in trouble, which led him JUDGE HOBSON'S OPINION. to do so, and deep down in our inmost heart we love the man with such kindness of heart. Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 16 The Court; We may find some such kindness of upheld the Anderof Appeals y heart in some of our own neighbors, son Circuit Court, which granted an and purpose to preserve in a it is injunction to compel County Clerk J. measure our in this brief and true story H. Crook to have ballots printed for the fragrance of some of these flowers, women voters, in an opinion by Chief "Born to blush unseen," lest they Justice Hobson, in the case of Crook "Waste their fragrance on the desert against Wallace M. Bartlett and air. others. d A few weeks ago a little The opinion holds that the office of lad, was sent bo his parents to the County Superintendent of Common grocer's for a package of sugar. On Schools is not a constitutional office his way toward home, the package or' and the constitution does not prescribe sugar slipped from his hands, fell upon the qualifications of persons who may the pavement, bursting the paper bag, hold that oflice or the qualifications of scattering the sugar. The little persons who may vote for candidates and fellow .began to cry when he for that office. found that he couldn't gather up the Continuing, the opinion says: "It sugar in the torn paper bag, and that is an office created by the Legislature he must go home without it. Now it of the State, and it is a matter of com- happened that a gentleman was travmon knowledge that since the adop- eling the same way only a few steps tion of the present constitution wo- behind and carrying a similar package men in many counties of the State of Sugar, and seeing the little lad in Jiave been elected to that office and trouble over his scattered sugar, he no question of their eligibility has spoke kinoly to him, telling him not ever been raised." to cry any more, and gave him his own The opinion holds that the office of unbroken package of sugar telling State Superintendent of Public In- him to take it home and that would struction is a constitutional office, and make it all right. The little fellow women are not allowed to vote for that went on his way happy in knowing office, as contended by some . persons, that he had found a friend to help inasmuch as the legislative act gives him in his time of trouble. And for them the right of school suffrage. a day to come, not only will the little The whole matter, according to At- boy remember the deed of kindness torney General Garnett, may be sum- with gratitude to his benefactor, but med up in the closing paragraphs of alo, his parents will appreciate for all the opinion, whein the courts says: time the kindness shown their little "If the Legislature should provide son, cherishing the hope that he may for the election of common school grow into manhood, having the virtue trustees by the people of the entire of kindness as a moral resource. county, as it may do, these trustees Jasmen. might with as much force be called county officers. It is a matter of no Notice of Application for Parole. consequence by what name school officers are designated or by what auHon. N. II Moss, County Judge of thority their compensation is paid, or Adair county, and Hon. Gordon Montwhether they are elected from what gomery, County Attorney for Adair may be called districts or the county county, Ky., You and each of you at large. It is the fact that they are are hereby notified that Sail ie Barger, school officers that bring them with- of Columbia, Adair county, Ky., will in the meaning of Section 155, and make application to the Board of thereby exempts them fronuthe op- Prison Commissioners for the parole eration of other sections relating to of Jack Barger, confined in the State suffrage andjelectiops." Penitentiary, convicted of the crime vrt to-da- 10, 1913. Two Boys Arrested for the Theft The condition of crops as of October 1st has improved somewhat during the month. The couaition of corn is given 70.7 per cent. Much of this corn is now going into shock, and the report of November 1st will show a final estimate of the crop. Since so much of the tobacco has been housed, the efforts this month were to find out the condition of the crop as far as housing was concerned. 71 per cent., of the Dark Tobacco is already in the house and is curing fairly well, sis indicated by a condition of 83 per cent., 72 per cent., of the Burley Tobacco is in the house, and the condition is indicated as 82 per cent. The general impression gathered from crop cc respondents, is that the crop of tobacco will not be either a large one G5 per cent., of a crop nor will it be one of extra quality. The crop of wheat has not been put in the ground as early as usual, only 53 per cent., having been sown October 1st. Indications are not for a large acreage of wheat for next year. Dry weather has interfered very materially with the sowing. The greater per cent., of the rye crop has been sown as is to be expected, but most of this will be plowed tinder in the spring after having been used for a cover crop. The condition of the garden Is still poor, and no improved conditions can be expected this year over the condition as shown, which is 48 per cent. Pastures are still in poor shape, the general rains not being sulliicient to materially alpaster the condition. Blue-gras- s tures are given as 70 per cent. Orchard grass is given at 77 per cent., clover at G3 per cent., and aifalfa at 7G per cent. The percentage of winapples is small, beinij given at GO ter per cent. The turkey crop is below the average, reports showing only SG per cent. The percentage of ducks is 8S per cent., percentage of chickens, 90 per cent. In this report the department has undertaken to find out the percentage of cattle as compared with the usual year that are going into feed lots this season. The dry pastures, scarcity of water and scarcity of feed would necessarily cut down the number of stock kept for the winter. Indications are that there are only 72 per cent., of Last Wednesday night at 8 o'clock, The News Has Received the lowing Invitation, Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Wolford invite you to be present Manda. Fol- ? of an Automobile, Holding Up the Chauffeur. The'followiug dispatch from Glasgow, dated October 17, appeared in the Louisville Post. Dr. L.E. Williams, who owns the auto, is a son of Eld. Z. T. Williams, and Cyrus Williams is a son of Mr. Luther Williams, Mont-pelie- r, n this county, and is here: Roy Smith, of Louisville, and Russell Frederick, of Buechel, Jeffer. son county, created great excitement in Glasgow last night when they were arrested, charged with stealing an automobile owned by Dr L. E. Williams. Ic was also charged that they had robbed and bound to a tree his nephew, Cyrus Williams. Young Frederick struck town about dusk last evening and made a trade with Dr. Williams to send him to Scottsville in his auto. The county authorities claim that when he and the chauffeur reached a lonely place they were joined by Roy Smith, who drew a pistol on the chauffeur and made him throw up his hands. Smith says that, after robbing him, they bound him to a tree and'proceeded on well-know- at the marriage "of their daughter, to Twenty-ninth- Wednestay afternoon, October the , One Thousand Nina Hundred aud Thirteen, Mr. Clarence Mahlon Hall, at the residence, Allen, Texas. At Home after November the fifteenth, Waxahachie, Texas. at five o'clock, seven-year-ol- The Meetig. The Adair county meeting convened with the Glenville chuch on Friday evening Oct. 17th. and continued over Sunday. The attendance was large notwithstanding the unfavorble weather condition. All the speakers were present except one, and the addresses were all good. to opossem hunters who were passing, and they cut him loose and assisted him to a telephone, where he notified .the Glasgow authorities of the crime. Sheriff S. T. Button telephoned the Scottsville authorities, who started with a posse and captured the boys and brought them back to Glasgow. They were placed in jail and will be given their examining trial Saturday. The youths say they left their home surrey to last Monday in a They decided when go to Florida. they reached here it would take them too long to make the trip, and they one-horse their way. A short time later Williams called The Road Working. The following foremen have been appointed to act as managers on the roads entering Columbia on the 24th and 25th of this month: Jamestown road, Lucien Hurt: Somerset road, Wm. McKinley; Stanford road, Tom Waggoner; Greensburp road, W. E. Todd, Glasgow road; Bruce Taylor; Burkesville road, J. V. White. This applies to the roads close in to town and parties in Columbia who contemplate helping on "two days" will confer with these parties. Other foremen will act on all the roads farther out from town, and all persons who want to repond to this call will have no trouble in finding out where to work to advantage. "3&- - Goes To Buffalo. of Buggery. cattle on feed. Hogs on feed also show a marked decline from an average year as indicated by 71 per cent. There is practically a unanimous complaint from all sections of the State as to the scarcity of water, shortness of grass, and lack of "feed. Farmers are urged to sow cover crops, particularly rye, barley and hairy vetch, for winter pasture in order to save feed bills. Those farmers who have silos have been exceedingly fortunate in being able to save much fodder where the ears of corn failed to materialize. It is hard to find a ray of sunshine in such a bad crop year as this season has proven to be. However, if our farmers take advantage of the lesson that this has taught.it may prove to be a blessing in disguise. If this drouth only teaches the farmer the value of a silo and the value of cover crops for winter, Kentucky may yet be richer as a result of the drouth. Saille Barger. Bazaar. The friends and sympathizers of the Baptist church will note with pleasure the ladies of the Baptist church will give a Bazaar on the 25th and 2Gth days of November. There will be on sale at reasonable prices various kinds of handwork, candies, and many other attractive as well as useful articles. It will be a splendid opportunity to buy a Christmas gift for some friend. Bear in mind the date and be ready to help the cause of religion as much as you can. After a residence in the city for the past eight years, N. B. Miller, special United States pension examiner, has received notice from the pension department at Washington, D. C, that he is to be transferred to Bufla-lo- , N. Y., so soon as he disposes of the small amount of work he has on hand. He will sell his residence at De738 East Elm street, and will go cember 1st to his new location. Mr. Miler lias been with the pension department twenty years, having been appointed from Kentucky in lS9i. During his eight years' service in this territory, which comprises all of Southwest Missousi, he has practically cleared up all the pension investigation work developing upon a special examiner. The few cases which now arise will be hanled by the examiners St. Louis, Kansas City. Fort Scott, Kan., and Fort Smith, Ark. Miller expects to leave Monday for a months visit at points in Kentucky, and will go east son after the expiration of this vacation period. Springfield, (Mo.,) Republican. There was a very good crowd iu Jamestown Monday, the opening of circuit court. Judge Carter and Commonwealth's Attorney, A. A. J. W. Newman, nuddleston arrived in due time, and Commissioner of Agriculture. day business will be rapafter the first Frankfort, Ky. idly pushed. The grand jury is composed of twelve good men and it is at work. One of the most importaut Mr. John Simmons, who married criminal cases to be called is that of Miss Emily Jane Turk, a native of this the State against two young men county, died in Trenton, 111., October named Brockman and Silas Sullivan, 9th, 1913, aged GG years. The father charged with entering the Clerk's of Mrs. Simmons was "uncle" Billey office and removing indictments thereTurk, who lived and died near Bliss, from. The News is not familiar with respected old this county, a It is only twelve das from the date the facts, and has no opinion as to the gentleman- - He highlyalso the grandwas of this paper until the election Up result of the trial. father of John W. Morrison, this place, to this time it has been the quietest and who is a nephew of Mrs Sim" canvass ever made in the county by a It is common to see five or six auto- .set of candidates. It is predicted that mobiles on the square at the same mons. " the fight in some of the races will be time, almost daily. If the rate of inDr. Richard Wilkinson, pastor 4th close. In others it is easy to tell the crease in this introductory of the maresult before the vote is taken. chines continues, as begun a few Avenue Methodist Church, Louisville, months ago, in one year from now the will deliver a free lecture at the Methodist Church, Tuesday night, the 28. Mr. Walter Melton and family will buggy will be out of use. This is a fast i - Everybody cordially invited. return to Burkesville. A few weeks age, and the day is not in the far disago Mr. Melton accepted a position in tance when norses win oniy oe usea Gordon Montgomery has purchased Mr. Geo W. Lowe's barber shop, but on the farms and in funeral procesof J. P. Hutchison the latter's farm, I his wife not being satisfied, he decid- sions. ed to return to his old home. He is A letter to the News from Coppel containing seventy acres for $1,750, a good barber and made a number of Hill, Tenn., states that two boys, one The farm is on the otner side of Rus-sell- 's creek and riear Smith's roller friends in Columbia. named Linas Bennett the other mill. were killed on Circuit court opened at Jamestown Rollin Bennett, iV uf &JMonday. Judge the Louisville & Nashville Eailroad, 7. Carter organized in For Sale' Louisville and Nashville. j the forenoon, and turned over the af- between books and papers in their They had ternoon to the candidates who want pockets from Fairplay, Ky., andj ed to address the dear people. One buggy and Harness. PrjCB $15. Amandaville, Ky. Come quick and see' the. new pumps. Rucker Wilson, eighteen years old, Rev. O. P. Bush authorizes us to Car load just received! of the Sparksville country, was ad- state that there will be no services at S. P., Eubank. t. judged a lunatic last Friday and order- the Baptist Church at Cane Valley;' ed sent to the asylum. ue&u ouuuni wuvuvi ouu John N. Conover dellvered.to Zi. W. , .... , Save furnace coal spring and Fall r !,. TTm-- CU WIG IKU3U UlgilU HI VUUU TOC JULifclJ-Bennett, Friday morning, ten .extra -r.Chain every thing on your pbce by using ColeTs A.r Tight Wood Stove. fine steers and cows. It is" reported " Ii. Vinlria f lift fifft all tttPht. i w , thatf they brought 6 and- 7'ceats." is muvauie. J 51-l. if -- s- - i- - Frederick claims he is eighteen years af age, but looks to be a man. Roy Smith is the son of A W. Smith, a foreman for McClure Hoke, the road contractor, and is about twenty years of age. Russell Frederick is the son of Chris Frederick, a An Appeal to the Voters of Adair farmer of Buechel. County. According to Mr. Frederick, the people. boys left Buechel Monday night drivF. J. Barger was PresiI am before the people of adair as ing Air. Frederick's rig. They inform- a candidate for County School Super- dent of the county meetng and E. B. ed several companions that they were intendent on an independent ticket. Webb Secy. going to Virginia. Mr. Frederick be- I am making no party's fight and am Tiie next annual meeting will congan communicating with Barren coun- not fighting any party. I am a friend vene at Shiloh the first Saturday ty officials this morning to secure the to all, and a peoples' man. I earnest- and Sunday in Oct. 1914. ly solicit votes from all, regareless of return of .his horse and buggy. party affiliations. As to my qualificaOfficers, November Election. tions for the position I seek I must For Sale. leave to the judgment of the people of this county. I have been engaged in West Columbia. W. T. Walker, years and Judge: M. Cravens, Judge: N. T. Merover thirty-fiv- e On account of bad health I will sell school work believe I am in position to know the cer, Clerk; T. C. Davidson Sheriff. I my stock of General Merchandise. duties of Superintendent of Schools East Columbia. J. B Russell, have bought a new Fall and Winter line and should I be elected will perform Judge; R. K. Young, Judge: L. T. and my stock is in one of the best lo- that duty fairly, impartially and in- Neat, Clerk; W. II. Wilson, Sheriff. cations in Columbia and a good busi- dustriously to advance educational inMilltown. J. H. Burriss, Judge: G. I have, all along, stood ness established. Would consider ex- terests. B. Cheatham, Judge: J. B. Keltner, for the right as I saw it, for good E. Johnson, Clerk. change for a good farm at a cash price morals, good citizenship and upright Sheriff; J. if location suits. Judge; Keltner Clem Coomer, liviug. Mamue Kemp, Judge: G. T. Kerap, Frank Sinclair. t. The County Superintendent's Lee Vire, Sheriff. work touches the vital interests of Clerk: Keep Posted. the rising generation, and affects the Gradyville. Duard Taylor, Judge, future citizeus of our county for good W. L. Grady, Judge: S. A. Harpar, Sheriff: W. M Wihnore, Clerk. or for evil. Now is the time to get one of the It is the most impoatant position to Elroy. E. F. Roe, Judge: R. Y. best afternoon papers published in the be filled in couuty affairs: it reaches Simpson, Judge; G. D. Firkin, Clerk-- . United States. The Louisville Times. beyond the present and while so im- R L. Campbell, Sheriff. The Louis ille Times and the Adair portant I am mindful of its obligations Harmony Jno. Young, Judge; AusCounty News, one year each, for 83.50. and far reaching responsibilities. tin Loy, Judge: J. W. Burbridge, Ciers; Send in your subssrvption at ouce, as There are others, party nominees, who this offer is ouly goodfor October and seek the samepo3ition and since that J. A. Darnell, Sheriff. Glensfork. W. C. Leach, Judge; K. November. is true it is your privilege and your Taylor, Judge; Elbert Webb, Clerk; duty to determine in this contest who Bert Epperson, Sheriff. Notice. is best fitted to render the services so White Oak. W. J. Roy, Judge: S essential to the welfare of the risII. Murrell. Judge; levin Blair, (Jlerk; The Adair County Medicel Society ing generation. This position should Lafe Antle, Sheriff not be will meet at Dr. Cartwright's office not be a political one. It should your Little Cake. L. W. Caffey, Judge; in Columbia, Kentucky, on Tuesday hedged in by partisau bias, but on J. C. Neal, Judge; E. R. Miller, Clerk; November Cth. 1913, when the follow- Superintendent should be selectedmo- Jim Wiutrey, Sheriff. a broader plane aud with higher ing program will be rendered: Pellytnn. J. M. Rich, Judge; J. I!.' tives than party service or party pride. Bo-liThe Financial Problem B. J. I lost my wife a year ago, and three Sanders, Judge; Tom Barnett, Sheriff; motherless children are left with me. Wm. Lemmons, Clerk. Pneumonia W. R. Grissora. This office will enable me to take care Roiey. Ben Hovious, Judge: John Diphtheria S. P. Miler. Signs of the times U. L. Tay- of them, to be with them and to look Arnold, Judge; A. C. Wheeler. Shariff; The after their welfare Harvey Lewis, Clerk. lor. papers on other subjects by To vote for me, just stamp in the Egypt. J. W. Foster, Judge; W. A. Other Doctors, will be read, and we want a circle under my picture or photograph. Humphress, Judge; Horace Murrell, Every member of the You can then vote for all of any party Sheriff; Jo Beard, Clerk. full meeting. ticket you may wish to, except for Cane Valley. Jake Banks, society ought to be here. Judge; Superintendent by stamping in the S. P. Miller, Pres. Ray Page, Judge; Jim Woodrum, circle beneath the device of that part'. U. L. Taylor, Sec. Thanking you in advance for any Sheriff; Leslie Tupman, Clerk. support you may give me, I appeal to South Columbia. Fred Denson, Secretly Married. you to vote for the best interests of Judge; G. B. Yates, Judge; W. B. Patteson, Sheriff; Ores Barger, Clerk. the children of your county. Very Respectfully, On Sunday night, the' 5th of this Tobias Huffaker. By request of the State Superinmonth, Mr. Charley Tarter, son of of Public Schools lit. A. W. Tarter, a former Jailer of " Last Saturday evening Mr. Wm. tendent Superintendent in Mrs. Pearl this counHarris, Adair county, and Miss MollieSullins, were quietly Young of this city, and Miss Mamie ty, has ordered all public schools of the Milltown section, Moran of Bliss, this county, were unit- closed next Friday for the purpose of married by Judge N. H. Moss at-t- he residence of the latter, in this place. ed in mariged at the residence of Mr. rieeting the Governor's call to work Key. O. P. Bush the roads. Two dayis work on the They returned to the bride's neigh- W. H. Goff's, the officiating. The 'News extends its roads Will be credited to each teacher borhood jand are jnaking their home 8 happy young if spent in the interest af good roads with Mrs. Sullins, the young woman's good wisheswill be given. coup e. ' otherwise 'motbjr. 50-2n. 51-2- t. -- would try another way. Robert Kirly of Comberland Co., attended the meeting and gave some good talks. Walter E. Frazee, of Louisville, our State Bible School Secretary, came on Saturday evening and gave some splendid addresses on the Bible School work. He is a live wire in his field. There are sixteen congregations of the Christian church in the county, ten of which sent in written reports and four gave verbal reports. Fourteen have monthly preaching and Bible Schools. Thirteen have had several meetings, resulting in 102 additions. They have a membership of 1,200. The total amount raised for local preaching, missions and benevolences, is $1G00 in ten churches. The Tabernacle church is building a new house which they hope to have completed by Christmas. The dinner served on Saturday wa3 bountiful and of the best quality, and enjoyed by a large gathering of "N -- - to.-thi- no-cred- V :Z i i rx tfS n i 7 f L 4b THE ADAIR BOUNTY NEWS From Missouri. ' . Bogard, 10, 4, 1913. Editor News: At date of my last letter from this place the climate or at least,' the weather was intensely dry and hot. For the past two weeks, however, the situation has been relieved by good rains, and the verdant carpet of wheat, clover and other revived vegetation certainly gladden the eyes of a Kentuckian. Sopakinc: of fhee pons of the martial commonwealth, they are here in great force. Mention has been made of my brother, Bram White, Geo. Frankum, Will Bottoms, Garnett Morris, Bob Owen and John White; all of whom are either here or obtained their start here in a financial way, but some have gone to greener fields and pastures new; while Loren Snow lies buried near Mandeville, where I am teaching, and Leslie is near the border line in the state of Kansas. On Saturday, I had the pleasure of meeting W. M. Wilmore, once of Adair county, Kentucky, blue-.gras- s, Mandeville damsels are uncertain, coy and hard to please. The men of Mandeville look with forbidding eye on any way faring man who seeks to woo these damsels, and he is invited from Lover'sLane to Scrapper's street. Here men of valor do mostly congregate, and h man of 56 wheat harvests would find Jordon a hard road to travel. Of course I am not on the mar ket, having been married many moons. But I failed to fetch a gun, and I am no longer able to awing a solar plexus Dlow. However, one of my school directors has the brawn of John L. Sullivan in his palmiest days, and if 1 am called to Scrapper.s street I'll yield the scepter of authority to him and I'll shoe mules for twenty minutes. In that time he can bring in a verdict, for he is a man of valor and From- Texas. - Absher. the village blacksmith. My mouth has never watered for battle, and as I grow older my bump of caution expands. Melvin L. White. Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. L. W. Bennett vs ) but now of Bogard, Mo. He keeps a soit drink saloon and res-turant, Plff. and prospers in his business. You can always distinguish a Kentuckian here by his mustache. Every Kentucky migratory bird wears a set that a colonel of cavalay might envy. . I have previously mentioned several Kentucky Colonels, and one, I have not seen, but heard him. I was at home of Bram White, when I was informed that a. very martial and strident voice from Braymer, 15 miles distant, was calling for roe, and I learned it was none other than Pete Rosenbaum, who desired to pass the time of day He was using a 'phone, but can be heard 15 miles with his stentorian lungs, without any scientific help. He is said to live in Prosperity street, and has, for consort, Mollie Morris, formerly of old Adair. It is 3aid that he is a tuneful Levite, and introduced "The Harp of Columbia" into the music of Missouri, and created a sensation in favor of the Kentucky product. Nearly all Kentuckians who come here, are partial to Kentucky lassies, for Bram has married two of them, and Pete Rosenbaum remained loyal. I was very much taken with Kentucky damsels myself, but as Clif Williamson, of North Carolina was by praying I never could have any luck. Every where I tried to make goo-go- o eyes, the verdict was; "No Irish need apply." The girls here look so much like Kentucky girls that I have voted them things of beauty and a joy forever. But readers of Adair County News will remember the vivid portrayal of my heart rend ing experiences when I rode the farm as big Missouri and tried to be young Lochinvar. About all the trouble I had was, that the girl and all their people objected to my society and attentions; and even took name of the big Mis- sourian in vain. I am now teaching 59 pupils at Mandeville, about 10 of whom are as good looking las the star-eye- d Goddess of Reform immortalized by Col. Hen-r- y Watterson. They say my features would stop a clock or '.turn milk sour. Leslie White, my nephew, is a handsome young man, but says . -- ) Dft. John Ilenry Rice By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of Adair circuit Court, rendered at the September term, thereof, 1913, in the above cause, for the sum of one hundred, eighty-fou-r and 0 dollars with the interest at the rate of six per cent., per annum from the 25th day of September until paid, and $40 and costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Columbia, Ky.. to the highest bidder, at public auction, on Monday, the 3rd day of November 1913, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being county court) upon a credit of six months, the following A certain described property, tract of land situated in Adair county Ky , on the waters of Pettit's Fork creek, cottaininsr one acre, and fully i described by meets and bounds in the judgement, and order sale, which can be found on page 54 order book No.,' 14, in the oilice of the clerk of the Adair circuit co jrt, to which re'fer-en- c 80-1060-10- 0 to-wi- t: I Editor News: I will write a little if you will allow me space in your paper. I am always glad to get it and when it comes, I read every item eagerly to hear from all the Adair county people whom I love so dearly. I left home in February with Jim Shirley and Sawney Brown- ing, for Missouri. We all found work near each other, and my landlord was fine, and had a good wife. They were so kind to me. I enjoyed my work there, and farming was so nice and easy. Cousin Luther Wilmore and family and Frank Shirley, all were there, and so good and kind to me, I felt that I was among home folks and friends. I can never forget them for their hospitality. They are true Kentuckians, yet Missouri people are like them good and kind. Heft there to come here, thinking I could make more money, and I have a good paying job hauling cotton seed. I get 15c Der ton. I hauled 35 tons from 6 a. m., to 6 p. m., but I can not do thad every day, but I average 25 tons per day, but this will Sive out soon. I mean to come home Jim and I plan to meet in Louisville, and go home together, and then we will tell you all about the pretty country, good wages, good times and pretty girls, and whisper to our dear mothers and sweethearts, we found no equal to them or old Adair. X-mas. Several from this place were in in Columbia last Wednesday. Special AH Notice J. C. Bryant and Fred Hum-phre- ss left last Monday morning for Illinois. Mrs. A. H. Feese spent one day last 'week at her father's, Mr. Delaney Robinson, Mr. L. Y. Gabbert was in this neighborhood last Friday shaking hands with the boys. Miss Annie L. Cave and niece, Miss Arva Cave, left last Thursday morning on a visit to rela- Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once tives in Franklin, Ind. Ann Powell died last Thursday after a long illness. Old aunt Betsy The Government Miss Ida Grant visited her fa- ther, J. B. Grant, last baturday She accompanied and Sunday. by Miss Tevia Grant. Mr. G. f!. Russell made a business week. Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year trip t o Hustonville last v Mr. W. R. Beard and Mr. How- ard Russell visited at Robt. Russell's, of near Campbellsville, last Saturday and Sunday. Eld. Winkles will begin a series of meetings at Egypt Saturday night. Commissioner's iale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. W. R. Gowen, &c Great Bargain The Louisville Daily Herald And the Culma Gowen and Ella Williams ) Def By virtue of Judgment aud order of sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered vs IPlf f ) Adair County News One Year Each at the September term, thereof, 1913, in the above cause, I shall proceed to e dcor offer for sale at the Court-hous- is made. u'or the purchase price, purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with tness terms. W. A. Coffey, master Commissioner. 3rd day of Nov., 1913, at one o'clock, p. m., or thereabout, (being county court,) upon a credit of six months the Yours truly, following described property, Guy Yates Nell. Two certain tracts of laud, situated in Adair county, Ky., on the waters of Big Creek, and fully described by Chronic Dysyep&la. meets and bounds, in the Judgment and order of sale, which is of record The following unsolicited testimoni- in the office of the Clerk of the Adair al should certainly be suffiicieut to Circuit Court in order book No. 14, give hope and courage ,to persons page 49, to which reference is made. alllicted with chronic dyspepsia: "I For a more particular description in Columbia, Ky., to .the highest bidder, at public auction, on Monday, the So good bye till X-ma- s. to-wi- t: For S3.00 This offer will hold good for only a short time. If you want to keep posted in politics and current events, subscribe now. Come, bring or send have been a chronic dyspeptic for Entertained. years, and of all the medicine I have taken, Chamberlain's Tablets have done me more good than any thing Mrs. Fannie Willis entertained else," says "W. G. Mattison.No 7 Sherthe following last Thursday to a man St., Ilornellsville, N. Y. For 12 o'clock dinner, Mr. and Mrs. sale by Paull Drug Co. L. B. Miller and little daughter, A Uentle and Effective Laxitive. said two tracts are supposed to contain J40 acres. For the purhase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from day of sale unoffice. til paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. V. A. Coffey, Master Commissioeer. last week and took about one jour subscriptions to this of Bosworth, Mo. ; Mr. and Mrs. Bram White, of Bogard, Mo.; Ozark. Commissioner's Sale. Mrs. Helena Williams, Mrs. BunADAIE CIRCUIT COUPvT ion Ingram, Mr. and Mrs. Frank OF KENTUCKY. ) I. P. Dooley&c Plffs. Sinclair and two children, and vs Df ta. Eva Brown &c Miss Blanch Willis, of Columbia; By virtue of a judgment and order Mrs. Patsy Willis, Mrs. Effie of sale of Adair circuit court, rendered at the September term, thereof, Willis, little son and daughter, 1913, in the above cause I shall proMr. and Mrs. E. R. Willis and ceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest son, Joppa. The afternoon was bidder, at public auction on Monday, one the 3rd day of November, 1913, spent in vocal and instrumental o'clock p. m., or thereabout at (being music and social conversation county court) upon a credit of six months The day will long be remembered erty, the following described prop-- j Two certain tracts of by all present. land situated in Adair county, Ky., to-wi- t: and being the same lands owned by Isham B. Dooley at the time of his Avoid Sedative Medicines. death. Each tract contains 100 acres, If you want to contribute directly but there has been sold off of one -to the occurrence of capillary act 40 acres. Said lands are fully - described by meets and bounds in the and pneumonia use cough . i. j j- - . , icines that contain codine, rnorp..., , juagmenu ana oraer oi saie, wnicn is page ot recora in oraer dook jno., heroin aud other sedatives when you 68 in the offiice of the clerk of the have a cough or cold. An expectorant Adair circuit court, to which referMessrs. Millard Young, E. A. like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is ence is here made, for a more particwhat is needed. That cleans out the ular description. Said tracts will be and Felix McKinley made a pleasculture beds or breeding places for offered separately, and then together, ure trip to Louisville last week. and the bid or bids accepted, that will the germs of pneumonia and other produce the most money. Bro. Chandler, pastor in charge germ diseases. That is why pneumoFor the purchase price, the purchasnia never results from a cold when er, with approved surety or securities, of Clear Spring, will preach on Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy is used. must execute bond, bearing legal in- the second Sunday in each month day terest and It has a world wide reputation for its havingfrom force of sale untilofpaid,judg- instead of the fourth. and effect a the cures. It contains no morphine or ment. Bidders will be prepared to Some one entered the store of i 111001 faimn nl ir nrnmnMir other bedative. For sale by Paull Drug Co. W.A. Coffey MastrCommissioiwr.iT- - J- - Bryant & Son one night COuyh -tis ! ... i, Your correspondent has been very busily engaged in making jelly, canning and drying fruit, hence no news from here for a few weeks. Mr. T. J. Bryant, who was dangerously sick two weeks ago, is improving. He is able to be at his place of business. Mr. Mont Conover and wife visited relatives in Russell county Saturday night. Little Miss Bessie Conover and her brother, Marvin, were the guests of Miss Maude Bryant and brother last Sunday. The Family Cough Medicine. Misses Flora ,and Katherine In every home there should be a bottle of Dr.King's New Discovery, White were guests of Misses Lula ready for immediate use when any and Maggie Maupin Sunday. member of the family contracts a cold or a cougti.Prompt use will stop the spread of sickness. S.A.Stid,of Mason, Mich., writes; "My whole family depends upon Dr King's New discovery as the best cough and cold medicine in the worl. The world. Two 50c. bottles cured me of pneumonia." Thousands of other famlies have been dollar in change from the cash drawer. It is our understanding that a side room door had been left unlocked and they gained enterance to the main building by tearing off some planks. Mr. Keith Bottoms and family, who have been living at the home Mr John Blair since the death of Mrs. Blair a year ago, moved back to their property at Russell Springs last week. Mr. Rice Brockman, who has made his home with Mr. Blair for several years, went with Mr. Bottoms and family to l;ve. Dino. Valmont Cheatham, Bakerton, did business 'here last Friday. Mose Wboten and Acy Pelston have thir new store house at this place completed and will open up their sock of goods the latter part of this week. The meeting at this place closed Sunday. Rev Payne did some exc ellent preaching. Very large crowds were in attendance and there was but one profession. A. E. Strange and C. G. Jef- fries were here last week shaking the bushes. The boys seem to be very optimistic about the situation. So hurrah for the boys for it does seem that if the Democrats will do their duty this time that we are sure to elect the entire Democratic ticket in November. Orlander Stotts is a ' candidate for Constable in the Fourth Magisterial district. Landy was a (Couluded on 7th page.)' uoif-.J- equally benefited and depend entirely upon Dr. King's New Discover to cure their coughs, colds, throat and lung troubles. Every dose hel ps. Price 5oc. and 81.00. AUdruggiscs.H.E Buck-Je- n Go. Philadelphia or St. Louis. is- - -- - ) v THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS A Splendid Clubbing Bargain Wo OfrV.r The Adair News And County per at his school a few nights MODERN GREEKS ROUND THE WORLD ago. The proceeds which amounted to several dollars, will be used ARE BRAVE RAGE Uruguay now has 200 American citito buy a library for the school. zens. The fine $7,000 body of timber Oregon has 5,000 pheasants on its which B. S. Miller recently sold state pheasant farm. to Elzy Young is being rapidly Former Cornell President Tells Jacksonville, Fht., enforces total abstinence in its police department. manufactured into staves and of Experiences. There are 391,330 United States government jobs under civil service. lumber and about twenty teams Rolling chairs on Atlantic City board are employed at hauling it to walk do an annual business of $300,000. Columbia. Only about HEROIC AS The NOTABLES, IN THE LIMELIGHT Henry van Dyke, Minister to Scrap ? v. . UUA i i a m vm Cause of the Coldness. the Netherlands. ,,,. a. In his reminiscences James Stuart, a former 'lord rector of St Andrews university, tells a story of a Fifeshire man who was helping him with some engineering work In an English town. One day he mentioned to Mr. Stuart that he had changed his lodgings, and Mr. Stuart asked why. "There's a kin o' cauldness sprung up between me an' the man I was lodg-i- n wi' afore," he said. "How is that?" Mr. Stuart asked. "Weel, they hae some very curious words here," he said. "What kind of words?" Mr. Stuart asked. The man explained that in Fifeshire they spoke of "the ribs of a grate," not "the bars," and he went on: "It just come aboot this way. I was sittln' w" a bit chisel in my hands afore the fire, and I wanted to soften it in the fire, so I said to the wife, 'Will ye just let me put this in yer ribs?' And wi' that she gied a skirl, an' in comes her man, an' she says tae him that I want It to pit my chisel In her ribs. So there's been a cauldness between him an me since." ANCIENT MEN. The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Yea i" of the hands have put in their time on Professor Schurman Impressed With Bravery and Valor Displayed In Most two of the sections of the Cree'.s-bor- o Recent War Country Has Doubled In Area and Population Progress road between Crocus and Due Largely to Excellent Soldiers. Glensfork. There is a screw New York. Jacob Gould Schurtnan. loose here and somebody needs former president of Cornell university, to be prodded up a little. relates his experiences as minister to one-ha- lf Montevideo university, cently paid $31,700 for a radium. The value of this year's fish iii Newfoundland js $7,773,000. Uruguay, re- half grain of catch of codestimated at For Only $1.35 he; Greece and Montenegro, which culmi- Woman Who Get Dizziy Every woman who is troubled with Subscript ion.s may new or renewal fainting and dizzy spells, backache, headache, weakness, debility and con- What The Weekly Enquirer Is issued every Thursday. Subscription pric per year, and it is one of the best home met ropolitan weeklies of 1 1 has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtain-inthe World's events, and for that reason can cive you all the lei njj news. It carries a great amount of valuable farm matter, crispt editorials and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make a necessity to every home, farm or business ma Tnis grand offer is limited and we advise you to taKe advantage by subscribing for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to, to-da- y. stipation or kidney troubles should use Electric Bitters. They give relief when nothing else will, improve the It is nated in bis catching the last train out of Sofia when the Bulgarian capital was shut off from the outside world He has just terminated bis mission "I arrived at Saloniki from Sofia." be said, "on the evening of the second day of the first great battle between the Greeks and Bulgarians, the battle of the Kilikis. All the trains from the g 1 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. briuging in wounded sol health, adding strength and vigorfrom north were every city was cab in diers. and the first dose. Mrs.Laura Gaines, of impressed for transportingthe to hosthem Avoca.La, says: Four doctors had give pitals. I had to walk to my hotel and me up and my children and all of my let porters carry my trunks. Next day friends were looking for me to die, I learned that 2,300 soldiers had been when my son insisted that I use Elec- brought iu, and official reports after tric Bitters. I did so, they have done the third day of the battle said that me a world of good." Just try them 10,000 Greeks had been killed or wound30c. and $1.00 at all druggists or by ed, while the loss to Bulgaria was still mail. n. E. BUCKLEX & CO., heavier. "The fate of Bulgaria is tragic. I Philidelphia. talked with the prime minister three days before the light began. Bulgaria The Panama Canal. I Crocus. pass through free of all charges. The canal will save 8,000 miles between New York and San Francisco. New York brought 5,000 miles byterian church when quite young, and had since lived a con- nearer Valparaiso and west coast sistent Christian life. She was of South America. a good neighbor, a loving and dePur Atlantc seaports are 4.000 voted wife and mother, and will miles near Australia. be greatly missed in the commuThe distance to the Phillipine nity where she lived. The whole Islands not reduced materially. community is in deep sympathy with the bereft husband, baby Bulk products like wheat, lumd daugh- ber, minerals, wood, hides and and little ter. wines will get lower freight We have a good, live Sunday rates through the canal from School at Mt. Zion church with Pacific waters. good live interest. Rev. G. W. Eastern machinery, textiles, Collins is Superintendent and J. V. Dudley, Assistant Superin- manfactures and finished products will enjoy cheaper rates to tendent. But very few persons know Pacific ports. that about one person in every Staple products of the South, six. even here in Adair county, cotton iron, coal, lumber and d hookworm has the ship supplies will have similar disease. Jan Dudley had the advantages to the Orient and school children in this district examined for hookworm last fall Pacific ports. seven-year-olmuch-dreade- Mrs. Eardin Aaron died on Sept. 20th. She lived only a few hours after the birth of a baby girl. The baby, whose life was at first despaired, has gained strength and is doing well. The deceased was 33 years old and had been married about twelve years. She united with the Pres- Time required to go through the Canal, from 10 to 12 hours. Freight will be charged $1.20 a ton, passengers are free. ship may American coast-wis-e JACOB GOULD SCHURHAX. might have had from her allies with scarcely a word of controversy all Turkey in Europe from Tchatalja and the Black sea as far west as the Var-da- r river, with the exception of Saloniki and a small bit to the north. But although this was the larger share of the spoils, Bulgaria wanted more. She insisted that western Macedonia, which the Greeks and Servians had taken from the Turks, should be turned over to her. Im trying to acquire this small addition of territory she not only failed in that undertaking, but lost a large part of the territory east of the Vardar river which the allies would willingly have assigned to her in the beginning. "As a result of the war with Bulgaria, Greece and Servia gaiued a large portion of that teriitory on the western side and the Turkish forces moved northward to Adrianople and well up to the Aegian sea. After fighting two great wars, spending hundreds of millions of dollars and losing many thou- and six well developed cases were discovered. Later on, failing to get the children treated by local doctors, he induced the State Board of Health to furnish treatment for each child and succeeded in getting four of them to take it. A specimen of the worms were obtained which proved to be the genuine article. All of the children are very much improved in health and one boy who had not been able to do any work for nearly a year was able to go to work in a short time and is now as weli and strong as any boy. Mr. B. Miller and wife are in Louisville this week. - r Mr. Joe Calhoun, wn?islteach- - sands of soldiers Bulgaria finds herself Immigration will be deflected impoverished, with only a fraction of the additional territory which would in large numbers from New have come to her without effort or cost prior to her war upon the allies. York to Pacific ports. "Greece has practically doubled her area and population. Her success has been due to the valor of her soldiers, the militarly genfus of King Constan-tin- e and the capable administration of Prime Minister Venizelos. She had promised the allies at the beginning of the war to put 123,000 soldiers into the field. She actually had 230,000, and Are Yon 8 this number she retained in the war I f eniii ? with Bulgaria. he Woman's Ionic "I think the modern Greek soldiers were as brave and heroic as their ancestors who fought at Marathon and Salamis. King Constantine. I suppose, is the one monarch in the world capable of leading the armies of his country in time of war. Prime Minister Venizelos has shown himself a statesman and administrator of the first rank. Were he active in one of the great countries I have no doubt he would be a dominant international character." Hog and Dog Are Chums. Guilford, Mo. At Sunnyshire farm, near here, is the largest hog in Missouri. It is of the Poland China breed and weighs 700 pounds and is seven feet five inches long and three feet four inches high. The smallest part of its leg is eleven inches in circumference. The hog, which answers to the name of "A Wonder's Equal." Is gentle. His friend is a tiny dog, which visits the lot every day. where he leaps upon the back of the hog an'd rides around the Sot a FOB SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS ingavery successful school at Liberty district, gave a pie sup- - The Adair County News and Weekly Cour ier-Journ- al, both one Year Each $1.50 - Metal shavings and cuttings are now pressed into brick form and made use of in iron smelting. The propeller of a new boat is driven by the rise and fall of the waves on which the craft rests. The first dam in Holland's great project for draining the Zuyder 'Zee will reclaim 500,000 acres. Corsets that can be loosened by moving a single lever on the steels have been invented by a Paris woman. The Daily Republic, one of the native newspapers of Hankow, has published "Pilgrim's Progress" as a serial. Shafts sunk iuto a coal field in Germany, which has been burning several years, revealed eighteen veins of blazing coal. Bolivia was once included among the great silver producing regions of the world, but its output now is of relaDr. Henry van Dyke, the new mintively minor importance. ister to the Netherlands, is a noted Doctors in Paris have begun a cru- scholar and publicist, and his literary sade against women's veils, which they fame is world wide, ne is an ardent declare are perilous to health and mere advocate of peace, and just before his receptacles for microbes. departure for his new post he said: Under new British eyesight test rules "Diplomacy, at least in one of its licenses to pilot mail steamers on the aspects, is the art of peacemaking on Atlantic are granted only to men who a large scale. Peace means infinitely can distinguish white, red and green more than the absence of war. It lights the size of a pinhead twelve feet means order and security and fair dealing and mutual good will." away. The new minister at The Hague is a For frightening burglars there has been invented a flashlight that resem- native of Germantown. Pa., sixty-on- e bles a magazine pistol, but which years old and was graduated from shoots a ray of light when the trigger Princeton in 1S73. From 1S77 to 1S79 he studied at the University of Berlin, is pulled. when he was ordained a minister of There has been a large increase in the number of Chinese newspapers the Presbyterian church. He went at since the revolution in that country. once to the United Congregational church at Newport. It I., and remained Shanghai alone now has twenty-fou- r there until 1SS2, when he was called newspapers. to the Brick Presbyterian church. New In France experiments with freezing fish in blocks of ice for transportation York city. Since 1000 lie has been proare being tried, the claim being made fessor of English literature at Prinee- that they can be revived by slow ton university. Dr. van Dyke has also been preacher at Harvard and Lyman thawing and sold alive. Beecher lecturer at Yale. In 190S-Fire recently destroyed Killarney House, one of Ireland's most famous he w.rs American lecturer at the Sor-- i vlany honors have show places. Its rare tapestry and bonne at Paris,upoiT him by universibeen showered china were lost. Killarney House was ties, societies and hisjehurch because of occupied by the Earl of Kenraare. Five thousand copies of the Bible his achievementsljHe has found time, aside from his "jduties, to write many have been placed in the guest rooms books, and a great deal of poetry. of the hotels of Washington through the efforts of the Gideons, or Christian K Commercial Travelers of America. Bet Man at White House Wedding. Dr. Wilfred T. Grenfell, head of the To solve the problem of disposing of the dead a famous German architect Labrador mission for deep sea fishproposes to erect in the chief cities erman, who will be the best man for immense pyramids, each of which Franc-i- B. Sayre when he is married would hold the ashes of a million cre- to the president's daughter. Miss Jessie Wilson, at the White House on mated bodies. Tuesday, Nov. 23, has won the plaudits Tests made by the department of agriculture indicate that butter made of the civilized world for his heroic from pasteurized sweet cream, with no work among the hardy fishers of the other preservative than salt and her- north. Mr. Sayre spent two summers metically sealed, will keep practically with Dr. Grenfell in Labrador and formed a friendship for the physician. indefinitely in cold storage. Since Dr Grenfell went to Labrador According to Professor Kromeger, a in 1892 he has accomplished wonders German, 3,000 years hence all males of the human species will be com- for the alleviation of suffering in that pletely baldheaded. It is reassuring to know, however, that women will retain their beautiful tresses. All the colleges report increased attendance this year. Some of the larger institutions have not room for all who apply. The growth is specially noticeable in the institutions that admit women to higher education. Although soldiers are posted at different city gates of the Chinese city of Chungking for the purpose of removing the cues of all persons who pass through, the country people for the most part still retain the cues. ii TifiUli The macerating machines at government headquarters in Washington destroy $3,500,000 daily. Charity workers frequently write in and ask for the condemned paper money, citing the great good they could do with it. In reply to a notice posted by the military authorities at Metz prohibiting the speaking of French a signboard has been erected at Nancy, across the border, with the inscription in German, "German Is permitted to be spoken here." New York's underground population is sufficient to make a city of considerable proportions, for according to the best obtainable statistics about 20,000 persons in New York city spend their Photo by American Tress Association. entire working hours beneath the surDR. WTLFKED T. GREXFELJj. face of the earth. in- j inhospitable region. He has establish- Dr. Hrdlicka of the Smithsonian stitution believes that there exist in ed four hospitals at various points several places in Siberia, Mongolia and nlnmr rlio fOfisr. mid hi tlio snmmnr Tibet numerous remains of an ancient these are supplemented by hospital population which was physically iden- ships that cruise along, the coast Cotical with and In all probability gave operative stores, established by the rise to the American Indian. have been instrumenVisitors to Jhe French resort of tal in lowering the cost of food and Pourville have been officially forbid- clothing at least 50 per cent. Besides den "to carry away in any vessel or this practical work, he has raised the receptacle any quantity of sea water moral standard of the people. except by special license." The order Born in England in 1863, Dr. Grenis issued to prevent sale, which is duti- fell was educated at the' University of able, being extracted from the water. London and at Oxford. He served unSericulture has become such an ex- der Sir Frederick Treves at London act science in France in the last half hospital and in 1SS7 began his life century that, while there has been a work as a medical missionary in Engdecrease of more than 30 per cent in land. He has been honored by many the production of cocoons, the weight institutions of learning and in 1907 was of the cocoons harvested In proportion decorated companion of St Michael to the silkworm eggs incubated has and St George by King George. He doubled., is the author of several books. i I ' , If you can keep your heart when all about you Are losing theirs ar l ' as U on you; If you can trust vol doubt you, But make allowance when all men Makings of a Man. If r their doubting; too; you can wait and not be tired by waiting teo Or, being lied about, don't deal in lies; Or, being hated, don't give way to hating; And yet don't look too good nor talk wise. If you can run, Yours Is the earth and everything thRt in it. And, which Is more, you'll be a man. my son. Rudyard Kipling. fill the unforgiving minute With sixty seconds" worth of distsare 9 , Repartee of Begging. A traveler in London was set upon by a persistent Irish beggar, a shiftless looking fellow, but with the blarney wagging tongue of one gifted. followed the traveler, mouthing sweet nothings and lies. "An' sure, yure riverence, it wasn't that I was ever like this," he said. "It's often I've heard me mother say that we was noble by rights an that one of the family once wore the crown of Ireland, sir." "Well, what do you want?" asked the traveler. "Would you have the crowa back? I can't give it to you." The Irishman sidled a bit closer. "An 'arf a crown 'd do. sir." no got it New York Post He Had ths Most Perhaps. comic actor who had been engaged to entertain a family party at an English country house proposed at theconclusion of the performance a little-game of his own. Each of the com pany, himself included, was to stake half a crown, and the pool would beA The-begga-r - , s - J u Ip.-gg- : TFo&AJttf "I HAVK THKEE." the person who possessed the most of the articles which he (the comedian) would inquire for. On his assurance that he would take no mean advantage, but run the same risk as the rest, all the members of the party consented, and between 3 and 4 was soon laid on the table. The actor added his piece to the pool, with a cunning smile, and then said: "Now, which of you ladies and gentlemen happens to have the greatest-numbeof false teeth?" Deathlike silence reigned for about a minute, then a burst of laughter, cases hearty and in some cases forced. "I have three," continued the actor, pulling them out "Who has got more?" The comedian took the pool. taken by in-som- r e I i doctor-preache- r, No Division. Some time ago, a congressman said;, the teacher of a public school was trying to impress " matters of finance on the youthful mind, and after questioning several of the pupils she tried Jim-m- y Smith. "James," said she, "tell me the de nominations In which the money of" the United States Is divided." "I don't know, Miss Mary," replied. James after much thought and much, squirming. "Don't you know, James," persisted the teacher, "how the money your father brings home on Saturday night is? divided?" "'Tain't divided. Miss Mary." was--thprompt reply of the frank James. "Mother takes it all." Philadelphia Telegraph. e J THE The second extraordinary of the General Assemble of "Poblished Every Wednesday Tennessee passed the bills prohibiting the shipment of liquors - BY THE - State, prohibiting intraAdair County News Company. into the state shipments and declaing saADAIR TBfc ADAlfc IDVr-- KIWfc 1 and Cumberland propriations. The Legislature Counties. To Voters of Adair has made an annual appropriation for the Children's Home 1 Society of $50,000, and to the I am a candidate on the Progressive Ticket to represent Adair and Cumberland Colored Children's Home Society My only opponent is Dr. A. W. Sharp, of Cumberof $10,000; to the Historical So- counties in the next Legislature. ( Incorporated.) Either Dr. Sharp or loons a nuisance. The bill em- ciety $5,000, and the Home for land county, who is a candidate on the old Republican ticket. EDITOR. powering the Governor to re Incurables, $10,000, and to the myself will represent you and it is for you to say which can best do so. Regardless of 3HAS. S. HARRIS will politics it is your duty as a citizen to vote for the one you think move derelict officials, by agree State Fair $20,000. Democratic newspaper devoted to tbe The buildings .and property best represent the district. It is not a matter of tariff or politics but purely a matter the City of Columbia and the people ment, is to be dropped. Adair and adjacent counties. used for the penitentiaries, the of business. Our Statute books are burdened with imperfect, uncertain and vicious The drys and wets are having House of Reform, the asylums, laws, made usually by men who never saw inside a law book, or by men seeking their as Kntered at the Columbia a rip roaring time in the Tennesclass mall matter. the Feeble Minded Institute, own selfish interest, without knowledge of, or regard for the needs and rights of the see Legislature. Bills are introWesWED. OCTOBER 22, 1918 duced by the drys prohibiting the State College, Eastern and oth- people. I have been a practicing lawyer for more than 12 years, and for 4 years was tern Normal Schools and the County Attorney of Adair county. As a lawyer I am presumed to know the Constitushipment of spirits into the State er educational and charitable in- tion and understand the fundamental principles of law, and my experience has made Democratic TicRet. or from one country to another stitutions are owned by the State me familiar more or less with every law on the State Book, and has given me opportuand the wets are introducing of Kentucky, and it requires For State Senator measures allowing the liquor to nity to observe their defects. My experience as County Attorney has made me to see large sums annually to improve J. 0. EWING come in. injustice of our system of assessment and taxation, which places most of and keep this property in repair. and feel the County Judge I favor amencl- - the burden of taxation on the farmer and the man of limited means. The race for mayor of the city It is the duty of the General AsTANNFR1I0TTLEY so as to make taxation equal and uniform, that no man may bear more of Louisville grows hotter as sembly to determine what im- ing these laws County Attorney provements are to be made, and that his just part of the burden. Our road and school laws were made to suit wealthy the election .draws neaier. GORDON MONTGOMERY the amount to be expended for and thickly populated Counties, and are not applicable to rural counties like Cumber-th- e County Court Clerk WHO CAN BEST REPRESENT US. benefit of all these different land and Adair. The Dog Law should be repealed or radically amended. Our Game WALKER BRYANT the number of an(j Fish Laws were made for the benefit of the City Sports and Blue Grass Gentlemen, On November 4., the voters of institutions, .Sheriff Adair county will help select a officials to be employed, and the he use of Seins, Traps and Nets should be permitted with reasonable restrictions, S. H. MITCHELL Senator and Representative who amount of their compensation. Qur farmers cant even protect their crops from squirrels. The Vital Statistics Law Jailer e mem er will go to Frankfort on January was made merely as a source of revenue to the Doctors and without benefit to the peo- C. G. JEFFRIES first as the representative of all pmh v mnsr in trip, sixt.v (lavs worry and trouble in the hour of bereavement and a useless ex- s a source School Superintendent the citizens of this county to as- - ' Hotted to them bv the Constitu-- ' Pe fnvnOTmi'f ?. sist in crystalizing into law the tion, become conversant with iJClloc " E. A. STRANGE The State is badly in debt as is many of our Counties. Our roads are bad and insti-- ' the needs of :he different will of the neonie Assessor The people, by direct vote at tutions; help write, discuss and 'Schools indifferent. Kentucky's natural resources are great, but undeveloped. Political RALPH WAGGENER the regular election in 1914, will vote upon the changes in the law Demagoguery has driven business and capital from the Stae. Politics has done for Magistrate elect United States Senator. which are required to meet the Kentucky what revolution is doing for Mexico. We pay higher taxes and get less in re 1st. District. The Governor appoints the Pris-- 1 changed turn than do the people of most any State in the Union. No one political party is re-WELBY ELLIS. onlCommissioners, and there are changing views of the people, sponsible for these conditions, but the partisan spirit in all parties, which has been in 2nd. District. no political questions to come bethe limited time given to jred up by the g politicians. L. C. CABBELL. Assembly. the General Assembly, a person fore the next General your only hope of relief from these bad laws and high taxes, is through the Leg- 3rd. District. e aws, That body will be the business unacquainte wi jsjaj.ure . you must elect men qualified to care for your interests. Men who . can F. H. BRYANT. representative of the people of e managed by political bosses, the State Board of health, the Whiskey or the Kail 4th. District. d ninformed as to theinot Kentucky.. They will determine ff T7,lai4- - ivifln T qtvt-1-vrnrCHARLIE REECE. yum ""- - """ lrnnm t?vn iTrrvnlrl a iTTillinrv "J- ""w" Jwu " 5 Pjr w iuu. u.tci itnnu muou how much tax you must pay dur- sentiment of his district, cannot iwau 7th. District. ing the next two years. They become sufficiently informed to important private business, where questions of law are involved. MELVIN CONOVER Investigate my record and find that as an officer and a citzen my attitude on will say how much of your money correctly vote for the best intertemperance and all moral questions has been certain and emphatic. I favor legislation should be given armually to the ests of the whole people. Announcements. support of the schools, the pris- - There is a general demand for that will protect and safe-guar- d the sanctity of the ballot against corruption and fraud ons, the asylums, the State Fair, re vision of the road laws; a cry- of every form. If elected, I promise to lay aside all political ambitions and selfish inIndependent Candidate for Surveyor andlthe other institutions sup- ing need for a revision of the terests, and use my best efforts to correct the faults above referred to and many others ported by the State. tax laws, so that the burden now I haven't space here to mention, and I will advocate your cause before the Legislature That person who will examine borne by the small property own- with all the earnestness, zeal and ability at my command. I. M. GRIMST.EY. the records, who knows the ers will be lifted from their Yours truly,. For Superintendent. effect of legislative acts, arid shoulders, and distributed among G. PAUL SMYTHE. We are authorized to announce who will investigate the needs all the property owners. Our Columbia, Ky., October 10, 1913. PROF. TOBIAS HUFFAKER a can- of the different institutions can tax rate is too high, because too didate for Superintendent; of Public best represent you Mr. Demlittle property is listed for taxSchools of Adair county, CatJ the ocrat, or you Mr. Republican, or ation, and too much property is election. you Mr. Progressive, or you Mr. escaping taxation. Kentucky Prohibitionist, or you Mr. tnde- - owes a debt of more that $1,600,- The impeachment oft Gov. Sul penaent, wnetner ne agrees witu 000, and the General Assembly ser, of New York, was due to you politically or not. must devise some means of meet Tamany,;but had his record been Kentucky annually collects and ing this obligation. what it should have been, that expends more than $7,000,000. The Democrats of the Sixpowerful political machine could Read what the patrons of Casey Creek School have to say; It requires $3,000,000 of this sum teenth Senatorial District are not have overthrown him. Tam-an- y to pay the salaries of the comof E. A. Strange as a Teacher. aided in his election, and mon school teachers throughout recommending to the .voters of doubtless had reason to expect the State. Annually about $138,- - this district a gentleman, a man learned in the law, one who has good from his administration, 000 in addition to the $47,000 apWe the citizens of Casey Creek, Ky., look upon our school with pride. No but after he became Governor propriated by the United States had much experience with fiscal school in Adair county has made better progress in the last few years than the he evidently threw his powers to government, is used to support affairs, and one who has the school at Roley, nor has any school in the County had at its head a better qualified the people. His efforts to shield State College; $50,000 the Agri- ability to correctly represent the Teacher than this one. himself in his trial, adds but lit- cultural Experiment Station of people of this district. We reTo prove to the public what tke school has done under the present instructle luster to his name. It seems State College, and $30,000 the fer to the Hon. J. O. Ewing of tor, E. A. Strange, look at the group of well qualified young teachers that are holdthat his offense mainly was pure food department of State Burkesville, Cumberland Couns certificates. These young teachers owe their good grades to him, who ing against a part of his party, and College, $75,000 a year is used to ty. Mr. Ewing has the capacity to bestowed upon them every advantage possible while under his instruction. not his State, and that part en- support the Eastern State Norcompassed his political ruin. Its solve these questions for us. mal School; $75,000 a year for Prof. Strange has taught the Casey Creek school for three years in succescase of a good man gone wrong, the Western Normal School; The next General Assembly will a sion, and has given perfect satisfaction. His discipline can not be excelled, and he and while he occupies an inexcus- $13,000 a year, in addition to the be Democratic by a large" major- has conducted himself in such a way that has always put higher aims in his pupils able position, yet the people have $7,500 appropriated by the Unit- ity. Mr. Ewing, being a Demminds, instead of degrading them. opinion of the pursued and ocrat, naturally will have more their ed States government, for the Eli, as he is more commonly known, is a candidate for Superintendent of the pursuers, the deposed and Colored Normal; $90,000 to sup- influence with that body than a Adair County Schools (as everybody in the county knows). We feel that there is the deposers. Moral make no port the Deaf and Dumb school person of the opposite political not a man better qualified in the county for the important duties that rest upon a this reason he can compromise with dishonor. at Danville, and $43,000 to sup- faith, and for Superintendent, than E. A. Strange, both in an educational and moral line. Therethan port the Blind School near Louis- do more for the district : fore we feel like Strange is the man for the office. Gov. William Sultzer was found could his opponent. ville. guilty on three of the articles Mr. voter: No matter what . The school interests of the .. your political affiliations may be, preferred against hirn 1, 2 and State consume one-haof the J. I. Richardson, U. G. Hendricksom J. A. Williams, 4 and declared innocent on the total taxes collected, and out of you should cast your ballot in the t 'fit"""' . non political race for that candi'T.L.Walker, J.R.Mayes, H.H.Tucker, charges contained in article 3. the remainder the three asylums date who is in position to and J. C. Webb, Berry Cox, J. J. Bottoms He was removed from office, but and the Feeble Minded Institute serve this district. can best G. W. Beard, T. J. Chelf, Mont Williams, not disqualified from holding are supported at an annual expense of about $660,000; the penFor Sale: ? Emet Goode, ; 'Henry Thomas J.C.Nichols, office in New York in the future, HA,i- itentiaries and House of Reform P. W. Chelf, G. W. Chelf, J. F. Chelf, unless there is a substantial I have an extra good pair of Standard at an expense of about $600,000. ' G. E. Walker, E. B. Chelf, J. W. Cunningham, change in the reported senti- The public officials salaries Computing Scales for sale. Will give buyer a bargain. They are as F.T.Cunningham, J. A. Stayton,. JohnEnyart, ments entertained by the im- amount to $350,000, not includ- the good as new. R. H. Tucker. peachment Court. ing the officials paid out of ap- A. H. Ballard. COUNTY NEWS the - ln-et- of Post-offi- ce sec-x- ft j j J L -- y I j j stir-With- office-seekin- ; . T?-o-- l "iVvl-v- ir i-- r tt i-- n - v-r.- i- !Nb-vemb- er rs OTICE! first-clas- -- SIGNED. lf ' - M v . " m 49-- 4t x . THE ADA1K CO'-NT- NEWS -- FT Personals. Mrs. Corbette .reen. 'Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. 1 PUT. Sarah A. Miller vs f ) Defts Samuel E. Miller, &c By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the Sept. term, thereof, 1913, in the above cause, I shall proceed to door offer for sale at the Court-hous- e in Columbia, Ky., to the highest, bidder, at Public auction, on Monday, Gradyviile. Dr. U. L. Taylor was in our community one day last week. Breeding has from a visit to Bowling re-rn- ed (ojiilBSl Notice F r f. Dr. W. J. Flowers and wife and Mrs. Xaunie Flowers were shopping n Louisville last week. Mrs. T. C. Davidson was called to LfJerty last week on account of the serious illness or her mother. Mr. X. B. James Gilpin, of Sparksville, was in our midst last Friday. J. A. Diddle and son were in horse Cave a day or so of last week. We 1UL J ' CIV pension examnier, is here and out in the the 3rd day of Nov., 1913, at one o'clock county for a three weeks visit. He p. m., or thereabout, (being county and his family will soon leave Spring- court,) upon a credit of six and twelve field, Mo., for Buffalo, Sew York, as months, equal installments, the followA ing described property, another notice will tell. certain tract of land situated inAdair Mr. H. C. Feese from county, Ky., on the waters of Crocus Louisville. creek, and on the Columbia and Cleels-bor- o road, and contains 305 acres more Mrs. H. Connecke and son, or less. About 190 acres of land is on Ala., are visiting the formers sister, Mrs. Lou W. Atkins. the east side of said Columbia and Creelsboro road, and about 109 acres Miss Lillie Van Cleave, of Watson, on the west side of same, less about visited her relatives in Columbia last 12 acres in the woods claimed by W. week, Mrs. Mary T. ITarvey being her Bloyd, (and thctitle to said 12 acres aunt Said land will not be warranteed.) Mr. J. A. Sanders, Hatcher, was will first be offerd in two tracts as here a few days ago, representing divided by said road, and then all dealers in pianos. together, and the bid or bids accepted money can be Mrs. Brack Massie has been in rath- from which the most realized. This land is fully described er delicate health for several weeks. in the Judgment, and order of sale, Mr. W. R. and Alvin Lyon were which is of record on page 41 order here Thusday. book No. 14 in the office of the Clerk Mr. R. E. Bokin. Dallas, Texas, of the Adair Circuit Court, reference The is here made to said record. was here a few days ago. of the proceeds of the sale of shares from this land belonging to infants, will reMr. Ilugh 2sce came over Campbellsville Thursday. main a lein on said land, with 6 per Mr. J. H. Turk and wife, of Barren cent, interest thereon, until such incounty visited their aunt, Mrs. Sara fants arrive at the age of 21 years or Guardians qualified for them as reBradshaw, last week. quired by law. Mr. . E. Reed represented Columbia Lodge Ko. 230, 1. O. 0. F., in the For the purchase price, .the purchaser, with approved surety or seGrand Lodge which convened at curities, must execute bond, bearing last week. legal interest from the day of sale unMr. Jas. C. Feese and his son, Guy, til paid, and having the force and efvisited the former's grand daughter, fect of a judgment. Bidders will be Miss Ruba Jones, at Pellyton, the lat- prepared to comply promptly with ter part of last week. these terms W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. Mr. Clarence A. Hodges, of Ruskiii. Fla., has been in Columbia for a week or two, looking after his interest in For Sale. Miller, special to-wi- rre needing rain. The No. 3. A. Folding Brownie I have the agency for Eastman Kodaks and Supplies. Cafl in and see the Line and get springs and wells in this section are failing fast. Sam Mitchell and Judge Herri-for- d were in this community several days of tast week. Mrs. Alfred Parson was taken violently sick one day last week. We nre glad to note at this time she is considered better. Messrs. C. Yates and son, of Columbia, are putting in good time drilling wells in this section. Mrs. C. S. Bell, of Nell, passed throygh here one day last week, with several head of- horses. - t: has-returne- d Ber-mingha- Literature. iMURRAY BALL JEWELER For your convenience, on the following dates and places named below, I will have the Tax Books at: said places Once Only, and those dates the office at. Columbia must be closed as to those Magisterial Districts, under the law we have only one set of books I Columbia, Ky. trust that every Tax Payer will take advantage save-troubl- e of Residence Phona 13 I? Business Pho e 13 P this opportunity to meet and settle same and and cost, both to you and myself DR. J. N. NURRELL DENTIST in Win be at: Cane Vallev Knifley Roley Office, Front rooms Jeffries BTd'g Mr. Walter McCandless and sou, of Columbia, spent a few days here last week with rel- Saturdav Saturday Friday Nc .. ber S 15 14-- up stairs. Nc.mber iNovember Columbia, j atives. Judge N. H. Moss was in this community a day or so of last week. Mr. William Compton and family are now citizens of our town. Mr. Compton will be on the mail route from this place to Colum- bia, in the near future. Miss MallieMoss, of Columbia, G-- Pu-duca- h, j - Kentucky Pellyton Thursday l.)l McGaha Wednesday Roy(Qeo.Redmon's Store) Tuesday G. P. SMYTH E Glensfork Saturday for Sparksville Friday HRE ENSURANCE Elroy Saturday anct Gradyviile Thursday REAL CSTATC Wednesday Keitner Tuesday Mill town Ml - mir.iiww.aii IJ i November November November November November November November November November 13 125 It & 14-- 15 IS 12 11 week stopping a few days in Campbellsville. Mr. C. S. Harris returned from South-WeVirginia last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Caldwell and Mrs. Emily Burton visited at Cane Valley recentst started home the latter part of last Adair county. Mr. B. C. White and wife, of Bogard, Mo., who spent two weeks in this county, visiting relatives and friends, ly. Mr. H. !N. Miller is not yet able to look after his business. Dr. Meazie and family went on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Kinnaird's inMetcalf county. Mrs. Menzie will remain at her parents home for a Dr. Menzie and son, week or tyo. returned in a day or two. Thomas, Mr. G. T. Rogers was here from For the purpose of engaging in other business, we offer for sale our 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. spent last Saturday night and c-j- . :..: ii.: ounudy, visaing re'aiives m uur city. Dr. S. Simmons was called to the bedside of his sister-in-latJ nrnl llf.-- w wi v r r i.vxir. ouiiiiiuiia at j.cudc:ii C?Mivr opinio who is in a serious condition. w, i i iwr k'5 i w m ntu PEE l i".' G wauimm A. D. --ii a Patteson, Sheriff i. ft H. L'OCKh. V. A. C OSES "WOHDBBs' wir WK)itet-'i- La fSTT5rT7 mnsTT CTWBfc jwut.tiiVibAat'.gy) U li. flARD'AlCt. Pres. iv e j . 8. BlETZMAif. Sec 2 - - I ! litf IS 3 JB a a s a ffK VIP tu Clem Keltner spending a day or so at Jamestown, last week. J. N. Coffey, of Columbia, was ; I II- - in this community a few days ago, surveying for J. H. Smith. Yours truly Yf. R. MYERS & SON. Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OFKEMTUCKY, Mr. A. C. Hill called to see our hard) C. E. Keene, Plff. ware merchants the latter part of vs ) ast week. F. S. Wooteu &c Dfts. By virtueof a Judgment and order Mr. O. O. Anderson, Monticello, was of sale of Adair circuit court, renderhere last Saturday. ed at the September term, thereof, Mr. M. J. Lafon, Harrodsburg, was 1913, in the above cause, for the sum of one hundred and fifty-on- e and here a few days ago. dollars, with the interest at the Dr. T. A. Smith has returned from rate of G per cent., per ana visit to Louisville, Danville, and Mt. num from the 20th das of February, Vernon. 0 1913, until paid, and $41 and a costs herein, I shall proceed to offer Mr. W. H. Gill was in Louisville for sale at the court house door in Coday or two last week. lumbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Miss Zella Pelley, who is teaching public auction on Monday, the 3rd day in the Graded School at Greensburg, of Nov., 1913, atone oclock p. m., or visited home folks here Saturday and there about (being county court) upon Sunday. a credit of 6 months, the following det: A certain scribed property, Mr. Jo Russell spent from Friday tract of land situated in Adair coununtil Monday with his family here. ty, Ky., on the waters of Butler's Fork R. Hall, of Russell county, of Russell's creek, containing 23 J acres Mr. M. was in our city on business Saaurday. more or less, and is the same land conveyed by T S. Wooten to Thomas He is teaching near the Springs. Janes, by deed recorded in deed book Mr. James C. Pelley was in Camp- No., 27, page 90, of the Adair' county bellsville Sunday. clerk's office, to which reference is attending the made for complete description. Mr. H. T. Baker is Tenn. Exposition, this For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or secuweek. rities, must execute bond, bearing leMrs. Geo. Coffey is improving from gal interest from the day of sale una recent attack of chills. til paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A, Coffey,, Master Commissioner. 70-10- Greensburg Saturday. J. P. Hutcherson, of Colum-- j bia, and James Burress, of were in our midst Jast week, buying produce at the highest price, for eggs, especial ly, that we ever knew of this season of the year. Mill-town, You can have bright and beautiful Furniture, Floors, and Woodwork nil i iP mW 4" s . ua Ilili WEIGHTS mAGHlfllSTS -- T- D c i vmv 18?9- ESTABLISHED 1861 IKC0SP6PATEB DEALERS I 8N ENGINES. BOILERS, SAVv ivsLIS. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS 1301 THIKTeeNTfi-MftlN. - at small cost ITdoesn'trequire any skill floors, etc.to original beauty. Simply use PEE GEE combined stain and varnish. You'll be delightedwith the fine results. Tryacantoday it comes in 11 Natural Wood Colors, White, Gold and Enamel. All sizes. PEASLEE-GAULBER- T INCORPORATES i LOWSVILLe ssip- SMOKE STACKS ShPPt Iron and Tank Wnrk j: SSi!rt Mi k&&s srp?c !VI fa I 'I' Uncle Charles rates and his daughter, Mrs. Ella Robertson, spent a day or so visiting relatives at Portland, one day last week. Messrs. Geo. Whitlock, S. C. Neat, will Lyons, grocery men of Louisville, were shaking in.niMi avru - CO. LOUISVILLE, BY .". iW I il WW $ 0 Manufacturers KY. All Kinds of Machinery Repaired FOR SALE 40-10- Pan!! Drug Company hands with our merchants last week. The Adair Cduntv News and at Both One Year for $1.50. If Courier-Jeurn- a Nat Walker was at Greens- to-wi- burg a day or two last week, delivering hogB to J. F. Pendleton B. B. Jones and J. A. Diddle Stock Farm for Sale. Having decided to quit farming I am offering for sale the old Caldwell farm situated G miles South of Campbellsville on the Columbia pike. This farm has a pike frontage of a mile, contains 40S acres, and is in a fine state of cultivation. There are about 300 acres of tillable ground, mostly in grass and the remainder is pasture and timber land. This farm is splendidly watered, having 12 live springs and a creek llowing through it for the distance of about a mile. Has a handsome dwelling house with 11 rooms, 2 excellent tenant houses, 1 cabin, 3 barns, 3 cribs, 1 granary, tool and wagon shed, stock scales and all other necessary outbuildings. Some of the finest tobacco land in this section of the State is on this farm. This place is in a splendid neighborhood, being one mile from school, post office, store and blacksmith shop, and having 3 churches of different denominations within 3.miles. The growing crop and farm ima complete set of first-clas- s also be purchased. plements can Terms easy. Address: H. E. Caldwell, '44-t-f. Burdick, Ky. Ad. it's your good fortune to visit Louisville during our sold quite a lot of cattle to the stock man, J. F. Pendleton, of Greensburg. well-know- n Uncle Buck Cook and family are spending a week or so with Frand 0f Your Purse will be Benefitted Sale ' relatives and friends county. in Hart Additional Locais. BricK for Sale. The children of Messrs. D. C. Wheeler and B. B. Jones, are confined at home at this time with whooping cough. Carpets, Rugs and Linoleum We Spgcialize WILSON RUGS in this sale at a Reduction of 25 to 35 per cent. Alfo offer an immense line of AXMINSTER RUGS at $19.85, $22.50, Solicited. $24.00-Corresponde- -J .- Next Fr id ry and Saturday are the days set apart by the Governor to work n phone the public roads, and if every body If you need brick call or Ky. Hard will obey the call, it will demonstrate Craycraft, firider. near brick SI per hundred, Soft brick 60 the worth of united action. Especially ought the people in this county to and 80 cents per hundred. Ad. respond without a single absentee, for ,n our roads need the work, and we all keep on hands a full stock of need the determination and enthusiI asm that may be born from this movecoffins and caskets, also robes; or day. ment. Our roads are bad because we hearses. Prompt service night Up-tn- Phone 29. 45.! yr Ad J. F. Triptett, Columbia, Ky. Strong Hill is receiving a lot of new machinery this week, which he will attach to one of his mills in the near future a corn crusher. Mr. Hill says, as corn is a little scarce in this section, this season, he is making ready consumer to use every are indifferent and neglectful, and for the have a low estimate of the worth of that can be used in the way of roads. Every man ought to be on the feed. roads next Friday and Saturday. nce Louisville's Live Carpet Store. I Hubbuch Bros., & Wellendorft Incorporaifd 522 and. 524 West Market St. ? ". V bZ: --.: THE APAIK COUNTY NEWS Commissioner's Sale. The Peevish Child Needs a Laxative -- EN THE WORLD OF DEER PLENTIFUL AD Am CIECOIT COURT SPORT Don't Forget World's Series AS SEASON NEARS State Wide In OF KENTUCKY. Farmers & Merchants Bank, j PUT. Thomas Pulliam, & etc. J. II. Kinnaird. PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough rnd very weak. I had. spells when 1 co-ihardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. Aly doctor could not h'lp me, but 1 was completely cured Ly d aeainst Def. PUT. plete satisfaction in the morning. After a short use of this remedy all forms of outside aid can be dispensed with and nature will again act alone. All classes of good American people keep it in the home for ills of the stomach, liver and bowels, and among the thousands who have written the The remedy most generallv they will never be without for this purpose is Dr. 's doctor that Syrup Pepsin, which mothers It are Mrs. J. "W. Haynes, Brady, Ky., and throughout the country have been giving Mrs. E. L.. "Weeks, 1744 W. 2nd St., their children for a quarter of a cen- Owensboro, Ky. A dose of it has saVed tury. Today thousands of families aro many a person from a serious illness. ""sing it where hundreds used it then, nd there must be good reason for this 'Anvone wishing to make a trial of this word of mouth recommendation. before it in the regular Is admittedly way of one It children, women,the perfect laxative remedy a large buying fifty cents or can druggist at ixor old people and all dollar a bottle (family size) others who need a gentle bowel stimu- have a sample bottle sent to the and not a lant or doctored violent salt, cathartic free of charge by simply addressinghomo mtb Dr. pill water. Dr. Caldwell's W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St.. Syrup Pepsin will act gently, and when Monticello, 111. Tour name and address taken belore retiring will bring com on a postal card will do. recom-rmcnded a child to laugh and it sulks drowsily or you may depend on it something nes physical is the matter. If' vou see no evidences of a serious ailment you will not be wrong- if you quietly give it a cose of mild laxative that evening on putting it to bed. Cald--well- It is natural for play and when Stars of Past. Open Season Policy Thomas Pulliam, & etc. John A. Wheeler, against Massachusetts. EXPECTED. against Thomas Pulliam, & etc Warren,Neeley&Co.,und.T. A. Shuttleworth Clothing against Thomas Pulliam. & ect. By Co., on cross Def. Plff. Def. ) DR. KING'S New Discovery 50c MANY HUNTERS Petition, Plffs. Def. Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. ) 1 Animals About as Approachable as of sale of the Adair Circuit Court renCows In a Pasture Sportsmen's Cardered at the May term, thereof, 1913, nival Expected Hunters Must Sein the above styles cause, for the sum 3&&t vHKftPE? cure Licenses and Report to Game of ($1,645.60) Sixteen hundred and Warden Every Time a Deer Is Killed. forty-liv- e dollars, with in and terest at the rate of 0 per cent, per an Springfield, Mass. The state wide num from the 22nd day of May, liiK. open season for deer in the week beuntil paid, and $135.70 costs, John A aside everything and attend, and Joppa. ginning Nov. 17 will be a notable Wheeler's debt andjeosts, and the sum hunters' carnival. Deer have been rig- of S2,r37 OH vvith interest from the help to carry on the meeting for idly protected in Massachusetts, and 22nd day of May, 1913, until paid, and People are well up with their few days. the first open season, three years ago. was restricted to the five we&tern coun- ? 1.10 costs, The;:Farmers & Merwork are done sowing wheat ties. In spite of three open seasons chants Bank debt and the sum of Mr. Bill Thompson will move deer are now more numerous in the S380.90 witli interest from the 22nd and oats. hill towns than at the time of the Rev- day of May, 1913, until paid, and to Mrs. Patsy Willis' place, next olutionary war, in which period they costs, Warren, Keeley & Co., and J. A. Mrs. Ann Hadley and Mrs. Fio-r- a week. were unprotected. Farmers' complaints Shuttleworth-ClothinCo. debts and of the depredations of deer were deftly costs, and the sum of $799.80 with inWillin were visiting Mrs. WilLewis Young was in our midst turned to advantage by hunters as an terest fromthe22nd day of May, 1913, liam Thompson this week. argument for a state wide open sea- until paid, and Slo.oO costs herein, J. one day last week, Lewis seems son, which will be given a trial this II. Kinnaird's debt and cost, I shall Mr. Frank Sanders passed to be fall. getting along very well. proceed to offer for sale, at the CourtThe greater part of the 10,000 or through this place this week, house door, in Columbia, to the highmore deer in the state are in the five Miss Lela Willin is spending a Photos by Ameiican Tress Association. western counties, but in the open sea- est bidder, at public auction, on Monwith a nice bunch of cattle. son, when the woods and hills resound day, the 3rd da of November, 1913, at few days in our town this week. BEDIENT AK1 HKItZOG. with the report of firearms, the fright- one o'clock, p. m., or thereabout, (beJBeverly King, the mutton man, Baseball fans are often forgetful of ened animals (lee eastward in droves. ing county court,) upon a credit of Lambert Sanders, of the Green passed this plase with some sheep the heroes of the past, and sometimes This year the flight of the deer, unless six months, the following described river section, was down to see it is well to jog their memories a bit. it be over the borders of another state, property, Eight certain tracts to kill last Saturday. During all the world's series baseball will not avail, and it is expected that of land situated in Adair county, Ky. his home folks this week. talk we have heard of late very little the slaughter will be much greater The tirst tract lieson the waters of Everett Montgomery sold a than last year, when about 1,000 deer Rock Lick creek, and contains 200 Our school at Zion is getting has been said about the great players were killed. who were the bright particular stirs acres, and is the land conveyed to said cow to Bob Young, of Columbia, The law requires that all hunters along fine under the manage- of the important contests. shall be licensed and that a report Pulliam by Thomas P. Dillingham and A year ago, for instance, Pitcher for $45. wife. The second tract lies on ment of Miss May Upton, who is of the Boston Bed Sox was the shall be made to the fish and game and contains 140Jacres. more every deer killed. The lion of the hour, as it was his twirling commission of Little Irene Cabbel!, who lives penalty is so severe that the pro- or less, and is the iand convejed to very fine teacher. a that enabled Jake Stahl's bean eaters said Pulliam byCharles L. Dillingwith her grandmother Reynolds, to defeat the New York Giants, and in visions are generally observed. Notwithstanding that deer in parts ham and wife. Mr. Bram White and wife, of the same series Charley Ilerzog elecat Ozark, is spending a few days The third tract lies on Uarrodsfork, trified the country by his fielding, base of Massachusetts are almost as apCarroll county, Mo. , spent Thurs- running and batting. The year be- proachable as cows in a pasture, and and contains 110 acres,; more or less, with her father and brothers at in many towns by the exercise of a Baker day night with Mr. Henry Tup-ma- n fore "Home Run" pounding broke into little patience they can be prevailed and the same convened to said PulMarquard immortal fame by this place. upon to eat from one's hand, the open liam by Milford R. Medaris and wife. and Mathewson for home runs. family. and The fourth tract lies on the waters of season has a fascination for thousands And the great performances Mr. A. G. Willis, who fell and In Springfield alone last of Uarrodsfork, and contains 100 acres, "Babe" Adams, Billy Dinecn, Bender, of hunters. had tD be carried in, has about A mild,gentle,and effective laxitive ilathewson. Big Ed Walsh, etc., in year more than one thousand hunters' more or less, and is the same land con-ved to said Pulliam by S. II. Koyse. other years? They should never be licenses were issued. This year a small army of hunters from Boston recovered from the shock, and is is what people demand when suffering forgotten. The fifth tract lies on Rock Lick from constipation, Thousands swear In passing it may be observed that and other cities in the eastern part of creek, contains 200 acres, more or less, i able to be out again. by Dr.Kings New Life Pills. Hugh it is getting to be a familiar sight to the state will participate, not to men- and was conveyed to said Pulliam by "hooked tion New York and Philadelphia huntMr. Charlie Morris, of Taylor Tallman.of San Antonio, Tex; writes: see Mathewson and Bender world's ers, a majority of whom are stock the Commissioner of .the Adair Cir- -' up'' against one another in cuit Court by deed recoided in Corns. Game county, was visiting at Mr. Kirt-ley- 's They are, beyond questioiijthe best' series contests, this year being the brokers. that therewardens a are of the Deed Book'o. 5, page 42. will be hunter for third that the fates marked them as opinion pills my wife and I have ever taken The live foregoing tracts will be championship nearly every deer, and that when the Sunday. last They never cause pain. Price 25c. at leading actors in the sold to pay the debt, interest and costs 1914 legislature convenes the surplus drama. deer population will be the least of its of John A. Wheeler, and the Farmers Aunt Fannie Montgomery vis- all druggists, or bymail, II.E.Eucklen troubles. & Merchants Bank, and the debts, in- - j Americans Win Trophy. & Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis. The principal restrictions of the open terest and costs of Warren, Neeley & ited her son, Everett, last SunStates team won the The United Palma match in the international rifle season are that no hunter shall kill Co., and J. A. Shuttleworth Clothing day. There is a stray black sow at mj tournament at Camp Perry, O. The more than one deer, that the meat shall Co. place with white spots. Mark, crop score was 1,714. The team from the not be resold, that there shall be no The sixth tract lies on the waters Bro. Bush began a meeting off each ear and a split in right ear. Argentine Republic was second, with resort either to traps or salt licks and. of Rock Lick, andj contains 50i acres ahead of that no weapon other than a shotgun 1.GS4, same atZion, Sunday, and every one The owner can have bill. by paying a score ofSweden nine points and rem shall be used. To minimize the danger and purchased by said Pulliam from made 1.4S4 Canada. this notice and feed which attends the presence of so many A. B. Cox. neighborhood should lay 50-Z. Pickett. Columbia, Ky. 1.4G3. J. in the The seventh tract is situated on the 1)00 and hunters in the woods a special statute The shooting was on the S0O, has been passed which prohibits hunt- waters of Burns' creek, andj; contains con1,000 yard ranges. The scores are ing for birds or quadrupeds with rifles, sidered good, as a strong north wind pistols or revolvers during the open 100 acres, being the same Iand purblew in the faces of the shooters. The season for deer. In former years a chased by said PulliaraJfromJJoe Yates. i9&S)i) (i) winning score was six points below The eighth tract is situated on the large number of deer hunters have used that made by the United States team rifles, and if detected would insist that waters of Petti t'stForb, and contains last year when it captured the prize in they were bird or rabbit hunting and 100 acres, being the same land purCanada. that the deer was killed accidentally. chased from Grant Colli nr and wife by said Pulliam, The new law eliminates this excuse. Cantwell's Bad Luck. Candor compels the statement that The sixth tract will be sold' for the Titcher Cantwell, the Chicago high deer hunters are guilty in too many exclusive purpose'of the pajment of school player, who set the "Wisconsin-Illinoi- s Instances of unseemly depredations, NflL league afire by his brilliant and the utter disregard of the rights Warren, Neeley & Co., and J. A. Shuttleworth Clothing Co., debts, intere&t work early in the season on the of others by a comparatively few huntteam, was recently paid off and ers has led to the posting of thousands and costs, but the seventh and eighth probably will never pitch again. Cant-wel- l of acres of laud by indignant farmers. tracts, the proceeds will first be apHENRY WATTERSON, sustained an injury to his pitchSome idea of the increase in the plied to the payment of the debts of ing arm on July 4. Blood poisoning number of deer in Massachusetts may J. II. Kinnaird, and if anything reset in, and a long rest failed to bring be gained from the damages which mains to thedebts of Warren, iNeeley back his former ability. Before his the state has been called upon to pay & Co., and J. A. Shuttleworth ClothIs a National Newspaper, Democratic in injury he had performed in twenty-on- e to farmers. As it is unlawful to kill ing Co. politics. prints all the news games, winning fifteen. Cantwell will deer except under great provocation. v The live lirs't named tracts will be return next season and try for an out- Mi stnfo li.ns found it necessary to offered separately, and then as a whole, fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 field position. He was the mainstay of compensate farmers for damage to and the bid or bidsJ will be accepted , orchards, gardens and growing crops. the pitching staff. a year, but you can get the WEEKLY ' In 1003 the state paid 237 to settle from which thefgreatestsum of money i deer In 190S the can be realized. damage claims. COURIER-JOURN- AL Another Felton. amount had risen to $4,370. Last year A complete description bymeets and Con Felton, fresh from a summer of 0 bounds isigiven in the Judgment and tutelage of Massachusetts farmers collected football training under the for the depredations of deer. order of sale, which is of record in the his brother, Sam, the Harvard star, office of theClerkJ.of the Adair Cir-cu- ir who utilized the fadeaway for punting FRIENDS PLANT CROPS. last season, has failed to find a place Court in order bookjNo. 13, page players selected among the thirty-si- x BOTH ONE YEAR 398, to which reference is here made, by Coach Haughton for his varsity Two Hundred Horses Plow 230 Acres or sufficient thereof to produce the For Sick Couple. squad. sums of money so ordered to be made. Felton had a slight chance of borLamed, Kan. Because Mr. and Mrs. price, the purchaser 5 ing his way into that select coterie, Roy Connard had been sick for sev- For the purchase execute however, as Coach Leary is somewhat eral weeks and could not plant fall with approved sureties',must peeved because he has only seven ends crops forty of their neighbors went to bond, bearing legal interest from day under his wing and has asked that he their farm home near here and plowed of sale until paid, and having the force will 130 acres of wheat land and cut 100 and effect of a judgment-SBidderbe allowed another. acres of sod. About 200 horses were be prepared to ccmplyjpromptly with used in the work, which was com- these terms. i you will give or send your order to this Travers Going Abroad. W. A. Coffey, 'Master Commissioner. Jerome D. Travers, the national ama- pleted in a day. Every detail of cultivating . the paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. teur golf champion, has announced his ground and planting the crop was intention of visiting England next year carried out like clockwork, the workgFarmlfor Sale. in another try for the coveted amateur ers being divided Into companies with title of the British isles. captains. 1 now offerimy farm for sale, sit Two or three years ago the Upper Courier-Journ- al, 1 Montclair wizard made an attempt to uated 2 miles irom uoiumuia, near wits Run Over by Blind Steer. win foreign honors and, like nearly all trreenSDUrg ruau. umaiua iu auico Nashville, Tenn. "Uncle Billy" Hunthe other Americans, failed. Henry Har-le- y good limestone land. If you want a ter, mate on the steamboat and one of the oldest men in active desirable home, this is your chance. S al, Courier-Journ1 J. P. Hutchison, t service on the Cumberland river, met May "Com'e Back." Ryan with a serious accident Tommy Ryan, the Columbia, Ky. Some cattle' were being loaded at boxing champion, is going to open a We can give you a combination cut boxing club In Syracuse and Is also Cedar Bluff, and there was a blind thinking of again entering the ring. steer in the lot Not knowing that the Adair Subscribe for in rate on Daily or Sunday ifjyou will write He has trained down to 155 pounds steer was blind, Mr. Hunter stoodpen and figures that by November or De- front of the gate to the cattle anithis paper. $100 County News. cember he will be in shape to fight when it was opened, and the blind ran over and trampled on him. mal some of the so called champions. year. braising and injuring him badly. -(iO-lG- O viitue of a Judgment and order C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY TSwfy Special Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, 1 &r Altnetin io J Eyes m $8-6- 0 g Spavin or any scr gical work done at fair prices. 1 am i well fixed to take care of stock. Mon j ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAK ED i HUGHES' RESIDENCE, STREET. 0NBURKSY1LLE Joseph 1 H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- to-wi- t: Will praclice m this and adjoining counties. : jamstown, Kentucky lie-die- nt Har-rodsfor- k, Why Not ei Read The I J Courier Journal? IHENRYWATTERSOfs Editor. We Can, Furnish You 2t WEEKLY The Adair County New and the GOURIER-JOUR- Osh-kos- h Weekly Courier-Journal Editor It without? Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give libera combination rate with Daily I i $1G.-00- AND: THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS or xi.50 Yr ! s or SundayfLCourier Journal. ComWrite Courier-Journpany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, butj be sure to sendfyour subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. al Dailv S6.00 Iei ectric i Sunday Yr $2,00 48-4- S liters -- SWadoANewPflanOfHim. stomach, head 1 the a iTWQMMWw9TTTTV9mrwmm9mwmmm)ii .N. C. 'and my iver and kidneys did not work right, but four bottles or Jiiectnc isiuers made me fee; 'to , now man. T. Alston, Ealeigh, "I was EufferfcifT from pain in my ard back ' writes H. PRICE 50 CTS. mi ALL DRUG STORES. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS You Need IIMI a The GEM MESSAGE BY PIGEON. (Continued from 2nd page.) W. Tonic Scrap Book The Previous Question. Old Senator Nesinitu of Oregon, one of the first settlers of the state, used to tell this story: At the time when Oregon was admitted as a state and the tirst legislature of the state met Nesmith, who was r 3 a member, possessed himself of a copy of a book on Tanner Ottley Httovney-Rt-Iiac- There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking parliamentary pro- CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Has Helped Thousands. i (1 tS (91 (H Can You Answer These? wrote his masterpiece when was nineteen? cedure. This work, which was at the time probably the ouly one of its sort west of the Mississippi, he studied diligently and by the time of the first session was well up in the rules of de"sit dowx, you bate. fool!" At the first lng of the new a motion Was Introduced and speedily carried, but on tb second measure a dispute arose, ancr'for three days the state legislators wrangled and debated. Finally on the third day Nesmith, who had watched the proceedings without even opening his mouth, decided it was time to use a piece of his parliamentary procedure, so he rose and moved the "previous question." There was a moment of silence following this motion, and then amid a cried: he shout of derision the speakerpassed "SIt down, you fool! We the previous question three days ago!" meet-legislature Carrier Flies From Vessel to Shore, Valuables Being Found. Philadelphia. When she discovered that she had left valuable jewelry In a bag at a hotel Mrs. Daniel H. Ferguson, on the British steamer Glenesk, outside the Delaware capes, liberated a carrier-pigeon- , which returned to the home cote on the Ferguson farm, Fair view, at Mendenhall. Pa., with a message telling of the loss. The hotel was communicated with, and the jewelry was obtained and put in the office safe. Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson started for New Castle, New Brunswick, and left one bag to be stored In the baggage room of the hotel until their return. Through a mistake the Jewel box was placed in the bag. The pigeon that carried the message was being taken with others by Mr. Ferguson to friends in New Brunswick. MARRIED BY candidate for this office four years ago and sacrificed himself to save the county ticket. He is now in bad health and unable to do heavy work and so thinks that all true Democrats ought to do all they can to elect him this time. u Will practice in all tii Courts Columbia, Ky. THE LOU IS VI LL TIMES James Arvin, the Singer Sewing machine man, was in our community a day or two of last week. Mrs Eliza Harvey, who visited here several days of last week PHONE. returned home Thursday. -- v -- At what battle did General Lee most recently formed Kentucky assume command of the army of Virginia? county? Next to McCreary, what is the . Rest In Flight. Z: Tho flying arrow, knowing its path is " - - j . SfjfrVr- What decisive battle was Who wrote "Home Sweet Go singing through tho shadow and the Work to Be Resumed Shortly Is Opinfought after the treaty of peace Home?" bravely on your high appointed road. ion In Washington. At rest In every moment of your flight Washington. Work upon the giant was signed? Edwin Markham In Nautilus. drydock at Pearl Harbor, the site of Any eighth grade pupil ought the great naval base the United States Guiding the Doctor. Whose last words were: "Don't to make at least 90 per cent on Is establishing in the Pacific, probably The blacksmith, who was long on the will be resumed in the near future. give up the ship? "All my poswisdom of his trade, but short on medithe above ten questions. Secretary of the Navy Daniels ancal lore, sprained his wrist one afternounced that Alfred Noble of New sessions for one moment o f noon and lost no time in hustling to News. York, the engineering specialist retainthe office of a phy- time?" "I die hard, but I am ed to render an opinion as to the adsiclan. The docvisability of going ahead with the contor examined the not afraid to go?" struction of the dock, has reported that E-Town Goes singing softly at the bow's behest, Taking its destined Journey unafraid, In every moment of its flight at rest. So speed, O soul, to your divine abode; Ohio Magistrate Accommodates Eager Young Couple. Dayton, O. "Do you, Louis Motzel" "Number, please" "Take Florence Igou" "They don't answer" "Oh, central, please get off the line. We're trying to get married." Louis Motzel and Florence Igou had their troubles getting married over the telephone here, but Dan Cupid finally got the phone plugs in their proper places on the switchboard, and Squire Koehne was able to finish the ceremony. Motzel and Miss Igou had found two magistrates absent from their offices, and when they reached the office of Tfoehne, only to find him gone, they located him at a construction camp three miles from the city, and he readily consented to tie tho knot by phone, 1T"-iir in'i- iiiSi. ., -r 1913 FOR Elbert Nell, the Republican candidate for Sheriff, was here 8RIGHTER..BETTER, last Thursday. Elbert says that BIGGER THAN EVER he does not think that we Democrats ought to be so greedy now THE REGULA2 PT.CE OF that there is a chance to scoop He says THE LOUISVILLE TIMBT up the entire ticket. that he is in the race to win, that IS A YEAR. he means to put in time can. vassing and that if Mr. Mitchell should beat him to the polls he IP YOU Will SEND YOUR 0RBE: will not be far behind. TO US, YOU CAN GET $5.00 PACIFIC DRYDOCK. Mrs. Ellen Bennett, who has made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Manda McClister, since THE ADAIR C0UNTT NEWS AND the death of her husband something over a year ago, removed to her old home, near Fairplay, last Tuesday. On account of the protracted ! ; THE L0UISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR How many Smiths are there in the United States Senate? What city is it whose streets are said ta have been laid out by a calf's path? Fromtwhat is the following tuotation: the noblest work of God?" What great American poet. "An honest man is The Daily and then took a small bottle The soothing.healing medication' from a shelf, but in DR.HOBSOX'S ECZEMA OINT- found it empty. "James," MENT penetrates every tiny pore of he, turning said to an skin,clears it of all impurities-sto- ps assistant, "go upthe itching instantly. Dr.Hobson's stairs and bring me down a couple Eczema Ointment guaranteed to speed of those vials." ily heal eczema, rashes, ring worms "What's that?" exclaimed the pa-ti- e tetter and other unsightly eruptions. n t, suddenly Eczema Ointment is a doctor's pre- showing large "no you don't, doc!" Alldrug-giesigns of emotion. scription, not an experiment. "I was merely asking my assistant or by mail, 50c. Pfeifler Chemto bring me down a couple of vials ical Co., Philadelphia and St. Lewis. from upstairs," answered the doctor. "Files!" cried the blacksmith with a look of determination. "No, you don't, doc! If that hand has got to come off you will use a knife or a saw!" st Eczema and Itching Cured wrist several million dollars, according to estimates. Work on the dock was well meeting last Thursday night. advanced when the coral foundation of the dock yielded to water pressure But an excellent program is be from below and caused an upheaval of arranged for the next meet the floor and walls, practically ruining ing all that had been done. ing, next Thursday night. meeting the Independeuce Literathe project is quite feasible. The Pearl Harbor drydock is to cost ry Society did not hold its weekly FOR ONLY $4.50. CONDEMNED TO DIE, CONDUCTS BUSINESS Remarkable Fortitude of Frank, About fifteen wagons are running daily now hauling staves THE LOUISVILLE TIMES from here to Greensburg. afternoon paper prin- I regret to state that some of the best our young men have so far for- tsd anywhere. Wanted It to Keep On. Louisville And The Richard Mansfield, the actor, had not much hair, and this fact was commented on to the actor by a lady whose friendship permitted personal allusions. "Why, Mr. Mansfield," said the lady, "you are losing your hair all the time. You'll be bald if this keeps on." "Keeps on, madam?" queried the actor, putting his hand on what remained of his hair. "My daily prayer is that this will keep on." Mark Twain Story. A friend of Mark Twain once asked him if he remembered the first money he earned. "Yes." he said: "it was at school, and a very painful recollection it is too. There was :i rule in our school that any boy marking his desk, either with pencil or kuife. would be chastised publicly before the whole school or pay a fine of 3. Besides the rule, there was a ruler. I knew it because I had felt it. It was a darned hard one A Adair County It News Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. is Democratic Wood-ro- and is heartily supporting Wilson for the w too. "One day I had to tell my father that I had broken the rule and had to pay a 2ne or take a public whipping, and he said: The campaign is on and if you want to in touch with all the parties the keep " 'Sam, it would be too bad to have the name of Clemens disgraced before the whole school, so I'll .pay the fine. But I don't want you to lose anything, so come upstairs.' "A few minutes later I came down with a bad feeling and the 5, and I decided that as I had been punished once and got used to it I would not mind getting the other licking at school. So I did and kept the $5." An Untamed Marquis. throughout United States sub- scribe for the Times. ? We can furnish The Times and The' Adah County News both for $4.50 per year Come to the office or mail in your subscription. .4.j, ' $'.- 1 i The father of the Marquis of Bute had an amusing experience In the neighborhood of Rotlicsay. He met a cockney traveler who asked to be directed to a certain place. Deceived by the marquis' accent, the visitor took him for a southron and took occasion to make supercilious remarks about the barbarous Islanders of Bute. He said, "Blime me, I suppose you're like ' me, an Englishman?" "No," Responded the marquis; "I'm a native of Bute, this Island" '.'Good gracious!" exclaimed the. Londoner, in amazement "Then who in the dodce'tamed' yer?" Lord Bute assumed a fierce expression and, raising? a poaderoug cudgel hp, was cnrrvlns. ?nid angrily. "Who says Vm tnme?" The nlnrmed cock- ncy turned and fled. Pall Mall Oaxette. 'ily little boy had a marvelous estional Pencil company, of which he was superintendent and at whose cape," writes P. F. Bastiams of Prince plant the girl was killed. However, Albert, Cape of Good Hope. "It oche will not be hanged Oct. 10 because curred in the middle of the night, the motion for a new trial will be lie got a very severe attack of croup. heard, and if the decision is a'dverse As luck would have it, I had a large the case will be carried to the supreme Cough Remcourt. It may be a year before his bottle of Chamberlain's edy in the house. After following the fate is definitely determined. His wife has visited him daily since directions for an hour and twenty the end of the trial and has assisted minutes he was through all danger." him in going over the mass of testi- Sold by Paull Drug Co. mony. When at the trial Solicitor Dorsey declared she had never gone to Commissioner's Sale. the police station to see him and cited the fact to the jury as an indication that she knew Frank was guilty she ADAIR CIRCUIT COTRT leaned forward in an excited protest, OF KENTUCKY. but under the law she could not tes- J. S. Breeding & Lola P Lovett ) Plffs tify. She is determined in the event vs of a new trial and she is confident one Cecil Pile &c ) Dfts is coming to in some way show that By Virtue of Judgment and order she never for a moment doubted her of sale of Adair circuit court, renderhusband's innocence. September term, thereof, Mrs. Rea Frank, his mother, joined ed at the proin the jail conferences for awhile, but 1913, in the above cause, I shall court house finally she was obliged to return to ceed to offer for sale at the Brooklyn, where her aged husband is door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest critically ill. She expects to return bidder, at public auction on Monday, when argument is made for a new trial the 3rd day of November 1913, at one before Judge Roan. o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being Solicitor Dorsey Is directing the work county court) upon a credit of six of detectives who are trying to find months the following described prop- new evidence to strengthen the case of ; t. A certain house and lot, the state should a new trial be ordered. erty, in the town of Columbia, situated Ivy., and known as the Oscar Pile TRUST ACTION NEXT SESSION. property, fully described by meets and bounds, in the judgment and order of Recommend President Then Will sale, which is on record in the office Strengthening of Sherman Law. "Washington. There will be no anti- of the Clerk of Adair Circuit Court, in trust legislation at this extra session order book No 14, page 57, to which of congress, it was stated on the reference is made. The interest of highest authority. President Wilson Cecil Pile, Worth Pile, Oscar Pile, and will recommend to congress soon after Mildred Pile in the sale bond, who the beginning of the regular session in are infants, will not be collected at December the strengthening of the maturity, but remain a lien upon the Sherman law. property, until they arrive at.the age Between now and then he and his of 21 years or guardians qualify for advisers will go over the Sherman law, dig into the history of its operation them. For the purchase price, the purchasand make a careful study of what approved surety or securities, has been done with the law and Its er, with effect on business. It became known must execute bond, bearing legal in that the president will hare before terest from day of sale until paid, and him the anti-trulaws of New Jersey, having the force and effect of a judgknown as "the seven sisters" acts en- ment. Bidders will be prepared to acted during: the last year ot Mr. Wil- comply promptly with these terms. son's ndiiilnlHtratlon as governor, of i W. A Co lie , Aiusler Commissioner. to-wist gotten themselves that they are Has the best corps of correfr about to let whiskey disturb our Awaiting Death. otherwise quiet neighborhood:. pondents. Officers do your duty and help Covers the Kentucky field pts9 M. Frank, sen- put it down. Atlanta, Ga. Leo tenced to be hanged Oct. 10 for the fectly. murder of Mary Phagan, continues to A Marvelous Escape. Covers the general news fliUK manage in jail the affairs of the Nacompletely. Has the best and fullest maF -- ' . kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics b- - . fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP- TION RIGHT AWAY O DEHSTT-A-IM , OFJ1CE Dr. James Triplet! DENTIST NFXT TO OSX OFFICE Columbia, Ky. RI3 PHONE SO. OFFICE PHOJJS Ml lvrafffefra JlftlRpS'' G83F i ii ' kern.-- ' -- 'A J H7T3 K8 M " & TW u"J IT"i:" i'jacoTnid no great c! i tn? two years, x trtstT many thtD reii-- f, bat Kotlif tie Lo!p. tiJ?ns 'ist i.iatL3hsst;.iU3crc3.i!.r;aaIevcr t $ im3 3J H - v i . j fl&S W 3 WT" fl HW! VA V W Warrr -M.T3T a n to2 tvmz DR.KENCS a etf si ssi.m&?i SfBS-iHS'Kl , K C-- 23 CEST5 lfuttie! i. Cs ua,7. Va. pqa cctii.sn: fiU. CV J (? "JvtJ w K &-- .Z c tfr' 5 W i: K " & . 'l v . : iis;r"i: mii r. 1 '3. V. They Make You Peel Good. that state. The pleasant purgative effect produced by Chamberlain's Tablets and the healthy condition of mind aad body which they create make oneftel joyful. For sale by Paull Drujc Co. 4 P & 8 THE ADA IK COUNTY NEWS 9T"P?'A2' Ctf Woodson fcewis i WSJRL Jto(fl& ffar& .. T lE i TfrrffS ypp V gS I I w b rtiL l Jtr c SjclS $itt iV&' -- Qreensburg, Ky? H?Jflr fr el $u te Guar Make the Wheels Tiim Faster ID you ever stop to consider the ;jkjJLI miles and miles you and 3rour horses travel over the road every year? The hundreds of times you have to hitch up to go somewhere? And the time it all takes? To come right down to It, you really spend a large part of your life slowly riding over the roads--saold roads usually going to town, to the mill, creamer', neighbor's, etc., etc. It is a great waste of time in a year; it wears out your rigs, your harnesses, and your horses,-anit takes your horses from waiting field work. When a' hurry trip comes up, such as the getting of a( repair part in harvest time, 3'our horses can' go only so fast. Compare this wonderful wth an , me tim.e-was.t- er Speaking of making sudden changes did you ever want to heat up a room in a hurry? Perhaps you overslept. Perchance the alarm did not ring. You are in a terrible hurry Then is the time when you will appreciate a fS J- A , Always appreciates tradef romAdair andf5 Adjoining Counties and is constantly of fering and givingTto ail comers, Bargains T- Coles 0 nniiMi Air-Tig- ht m i -.-l.- :': inll'Lines of goods? Wilsend DryGoods, Clothing and Shoes to any,point,by Pareels Post prepaid.' Any goodsnot satisfactory Wood Stove From zero to seventy degrees Fahrenheit is a big jump but it is an easy stunt for this remarkable heater. Five minutes in time is all that is fmmjlf can be re , International Motor Truck willing, Sturdy, dependable reliable, easy to manage and economical all this the International is. It will do all this daily traveling, over any and all kino's of roads where horses can go and-gmuch fasterand much farther. will turn your Ntrips into pleasure rides. It It will add many p'rofitable hours to yoiir life. The motor is simple and- powerful. The solid tires eliminate tire troubles. One convenient lever controls the car. Brakes are strong and sure. Through sand, snow, mud, over hills, the International will travel all day without tiring. Write our nearest office today for catalogues and full information regarding the International Commercial Car. o I5siji? ' -- wSmSm needed. of what that means to you on Think v turned by Parcel Post, if in seven days, - - . a cold morning of the time you save. No building of a new fife. You put in a fresh stick and away she goes. That isn't all. You get a steady, controllable heat hour after hour. Think what this means to your familyin illness prevented and doctor's bills avoided. after sent outi Woodson Lewis Herman C Tafel 236 W. Jefferson, St. Offices at Ciacicatti, 0.: Evanirille, Ind., KnoxriUe. Tend.; Nevtr Albany, Ind.; Parkenbutr, W. Va. Memptu. Teas.: International Harvester Company of America "Ji5J Think of what it means in comfort quickly and cheaply furnished. Then come in while it is still in your mind. An inspection will decide the matter. is just the stove you need. lighter fuel. Chicago (Incorporated) USA Li. LouisvilIe,5Ky. 3aaBSBBBaaaDaB9aBBBHBBnaHBaBaBBaaaaaaaaiBxananaBBKa THE STATE TAX LEAGUE. I H. JOES It ht Burns wood and fflSaMflS t!ll5illb ijfjMiiA 'Slakes The Following Statement To This Paper: Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Special attention jjiven to Surgical and Dental work Office at residence near Graded School building. NO. 7K PHONE "Cole's," the Original Air-Tig- Patented r years experience. Heater, is sold only by us jliSil 5&-Icru aii'iwiuittrttia The present law requires that aall taxes shall be uniform without regard to its earning power, but provides no way for the As lessor to find aud tax certain lands of intangible personally. The present law makes every caan his own Assessor for this class of property and owing to its unfairness and confiscatory tendency very little of it is returned for taxation. Those who feel in honor bound to pay the taxes necessarily bear a double burden as they not only pay for themselves, bat also for their less scrupulous neighbors. The present tax not only drives capital cut of the . State, but y .keeps it from coming in and makes a very poor showing in comparispn with other .'States in wealth, population and development. Kentucky has had three Tax appointed b y Commissioners authority of the Legislature since vfehe adoption of the present State Constitution. All of them have condemned the present system in unmistakable terms, and pronounce it inadaquate to bring in sufficient revenue and denounce it as unfair and unequal. The reps t of the Commission says: "It pronounces evasion, dishonesty and perjury; encourages law, and lowers the moral standard of our peoKen-tuok-- Reed & Mille 328 El Things Electrical Write for Wireless Telegraph Pamphlet a Telegraph Inst. a Telephone it Medical Battery ( Electric Light Linemen Tools and Line Material All Birdseve view ot our Plant to s!StB5jy Bonds, stocks, notes and simi lar securities have almost disappeared from the Assessors books and even cash has to be sent out ot the State to escape the taxation imposed by the present law. One Bank in Kansas City shows more depesits than ali the Banks and Trust Companies-ithe Metropolis of tne Scale of Kentucky combined n fact that and it is a Bank? in cities in surrounding States fatten their deposits by reason of the necessity for sending the money out of Kedtucky to escape unfair taxation. Money on deposit in Savings Barnks bears three per cent interest while the tax is from two to three Current Band acper cent. counts bean no interest, but the owner must pa'y (if he is honest) for the privilege of keeping it in Kentucky. Is these anySwonder why the un-waran- ted n HONEST. SIMON PURE. DURABLE. T mm. factory-tq- USEE. PRICES Q THESES PRICES FRE1GHT-PA1D STOP! LOOK! LISTEN SILVER SEAL BARN AND ROOF PAINTS. Eight Colors. BLACK 5 TO YOUR R. R. STATION. tiiTiTfrSwSb C-V?n Per to 10 Gallons Yz Bbl. (25 gals.) Barrel lots (50 gals.) OsF. 5i SSavf;;SS2X3lLVS''&t - a 4&tfes . Thoroughly Reliable. 75c 65c 60c .- -c: .'IjnW ' w - s. RELIABLE ROOF PAINTS. BROWN and GREEN Per Gal 50c to 10 Gallons Yz Bbl. (25 gals.) Yz Bbl. (25 gals.) 45c 40c Barrel lots (50 gala.) Barrel lots (50 gals.) SILVER SEAL Mixed Paint best house paints made. Basis: Pure Lead and Zinc and Pure Linseed Oil. Cost you 25 less, cover 25 ft more space. Guaranteed to last twice as long as ordinary paint. 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Property Tax. ..,,,'. ings of this class of property in Kentucky? It is a significant fact that the dog tax paid more revenue !at year than b? :x on Bonds, Stocks and Ca&.. n Kentucky. The last General Assemble amended the State Constitution so as to permit future" laws to classify property for taxation and subject the large amount of intangible personality now escaping taxation to share the burden and relieve other classes now overtaxed but which cannot be hidden from the Assessor. Mo3t of the present tax is collected from farms and homes of the. WELL DRILLER poor while the capitalist escapes. For fear that future LegislaI will drill wells in Adair and tures might be influences to enact prejudiced laws it was wise- nljoininu: counties. See me bely provided that if unsatisfacto- fore contracting. Latest ry the people should have a machinery 6f all kinds. right to pas on same by the powPump Repairing Done. Give er of Referendum and thu3 every no a Call. baCeguard has been thrown J. C. YATES around the change. If the Amendment fails to carry at the November election five Public .Sale. 3 ears must elapse before it can be voted on again and it would: be a shame to the State and' a I will on Saturday, Oct. 25th, "1913, loss to her citizens if the yresent sell to the highest, bidder all my housegeneral property tax is allowed hold and kitchen furniture," head of horse stock, farming implements, 50 to hamper and burden our peo- barrels of corn and several things not ple for another such period. mentioned. Sale to.be'gin at 9:30, a. Amendment end m. tVote for the Mrs. Addle Taylor, urge your neighbors to eelp gel J Montpelier, Ky. " of this incubus on our ed 49-3- b. R.OOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts T DEHLER BROS. Incorporated & 1 CQ- - 12-- 1 :. 16 Eaat MatkeiStreet, 5etweenPlrsi andfirook 3S-V ...... Is, Louisville, Kyi V