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Adair Circuit Court-Janua- A motion for a recount of the vote Campbellsville, Ky., Feb. 1st, 1914 in the race for County Judge and For the News: School Superintendent came before Will Lyon and I have just returned Judge Carter last Tuesday. The mo- from a trip to Glasgow and inter tion was sustained and the count com- mediate points going via Oceola and menced. West Columbia was the first back via Liletown, a great trip for an precinct taken up and it showed seven- automobile. Will said I made a good ty-three more votes for Mr. Ottley, pusher up the hills and out of mud the Democratic candidate for County holes, but I must get me an auto of Judge, than the ollicers of the election my own and let the other fellow do of that, precinct returned. The going the pushing, but still lam not going through the vote of the entire county, to use mine in the Barren and Green by precinct, required time and the river hills. My territory in the westcount was not iiuished until Wednes- ern part of Kentucky is better roads day night about 6:30 o'clock. The and when Melvin White comes back vote as counted showed that Mr. Ott- - next summer he and I will have a ley had received a majority of 37 in the great time visiting the friends of long county, and Mr. Ilutlaker, for School ago and he shall carry his fiddle to Superintendent 40 majority. entertain our friends when we fail to There is a contention as to whether talk. Mrs. Yates and I are spending fraud was perpetrated in the West Co a few days with Mr. Lyon, Iva and lumbia precinct, in the Judges' race, the children. Then I will be in Coand on Thursday morning, Judge W lumbia and Gradyville shaking hands W. Jones, attorney for Judge llerri- - with some of the best people on earth ford. tiled an amended answer to his J C. Yates petition, which was sustained though objected to by Mr. J. F. Montgomery Be a Man for Ott'ej , and the case continued until the May term of circuit court. Foolish spending is the father of There were no gross irregularities in poverty. Do not be ashamed of hard the bcnooi superintendent s race found, and a record of Mr. Hutfaker's work. Work for the best salaries or half-pric- e election made. Montgomery & Mont- wages you can get. but work for be idle. Be your own rather than gomery, Jones & Garnett, represented Montgomery and master and do not let society or fashion Iluiraker, and J. F. R. L. Campbell appeared for Ottley. swallow up your individuality hat, coat and boots. Do not eat up or wear out all ou earn. Compel your selfish Tribute of Respect body to spare something for profits saved. Be stingy to your own appetite, Whereas, in the passing away of our but merciful to others' necessities. beloved Sunday School Superintend Help others, and ask no help for yourBro. F R. Winfrey, ent andeo-workSee that you are proud. Let self. we, especially the ones who have been your pride be of the right kind. Be personally associated with him in the too proud to ba lazy: too proud to give work, feel a deep sense of loss: and up without conquering every difficul- ca whereas, his devotion to the cause was ty: too proud to wear a coat you canso beautiful, and his Christian spirit not afford to buy: to proud to be in was manifested in so many ways: and company that you cannot keep up with whereas, his love for little children expenses. which made him an ideal Supt.: was so great, and whereas, in summing up Seriously Hurt. his life we mid so many beautiful er OUR HOME TOWN. The day seldom arrives in a man's life when he ceases to be interested in the daily or weekly paper of the place that he has once called home. Granted that it is printed on the poorest paper, granted that the typographical display would make the spirit of Ben Franklin blush: granted that there are no editorials, or editorials that are not worth reading grant all this, and still your feelings and mine and those of every other healthy mortal are summed up in this little poem, from Denver Post. When the evenin' shade is fallm' at the endin' o' the day, An' a feller rests from labor, smokin' at his pipe o' clay, There's nothin' does him so much good, be fortune up or down, As the little country paper from his Old Home Town. & Margaret Patteson Marjorie Kelsay Mary Elizabeth Hatcher Bertha Whited Cameron Wilson. FIKST GRADE. ry 31st. 1914. Entered in Vacation Order Book, No. 14, page 16G. Columbia, Ky., January 31st, 1914. To the Citizens of Adair County: Frances Russell Lee Cravens John Beard Henry Dohouey. second grade. I contested Judge Herriford'sseatas County Judge of this count3', First, because the law gave me that privilege, Second, because my friends THIRD GRADE. Rachel Coffey Mabel Rosenbaum 1 Keith Beck Tate Finn James Frankum. FOUIiTir GRADE. It ain't a thing of beauty and its print ain't always clean, But it straightens out his temper Lula Parson Virginia Smith Mary Summers Robert Gill Mell Sinclair. FIFTH GUADE. throughout the county thought that I had not received a fair count in several of the precincts After a careful of the bal- lots, under the supervision of the uuil, unc;e cie iiu irregularities in any of the precincts in my race, that warranted a of the ballots. except in precinct No. 1, known as West Columbia. In that precinct I made gain of some 42 votes. I do not believe that this gross mistake, or call it what you may, was intentional re-coure-cou- when a feller's feeliu' mean, takes the wrinkles off his face an' It brushes off the frown, That little country paper from his Old Home Town. an' the balls Pumpkin Row, 'Bout who spent Sunday with who's girl, an' how the crops'll grow, An1 how it keeps a feller posted 'bout who's up an' who is down. That little country paper from his Old Home Town. It tells of all the parties of Estelle Denny Lillian Logan Nellie Simms Katie Taylor Eva Walker Elmer Moss. SIXTH GKADE. Corinne Breeding Nell Hancock Frances Reed Stella Antle - , Ruth Wilson Martha Grisscm Kinuaird Rowe Lawrence Antle Wallace Coffey "Creel Beck. SEVEN GUADE. onwithsuspicion,ormy friends, which are to me one and the same thing, or the part of some of the election officers, as I take it that some of them were my friends. I do not impute to these other gentlemen anything improper, and yet, on the other hand it's too rank, and couid not have been amistake. In view of this fact, I am this day withdrawing this suit as to the seat of County Judge. Even if I should win out on final judgment in the Appellate Court. 1 would always feel like under the existing circumstances, that I was looked on some other trash don't you? But when I want some readin' that'll brush away a frown I want that little paper from my Old Home Town. I like to read the dailies an' the story papers too. An' at times the yaller novels an' Now, the election officers. In justice to my friends, to the of ficers of West Columbia and to my self, I take this final action in the Cary Jackman Vera Taylor Katherine Nell Gordon English Alonzo Summers Bruce Grissom William Thompson. EIGHTH GRADE. PROGRAM ' , The New Dormitory. Bonnie Judd Cary Feese. traits: Therefore be it resolved: Buck Parrott, the young son of Mr. 1st That a noble character has gone Robert Parrott, who frequently makes to its reward, and the worth of it to Columbia, being a teamster on the the Sunday School he is so dearly lov- pike between this place and Camped and so faithfully served, can never bellsville. his home being at Cane Valbe estimated. ley, met with a serious accident last 2nd. That "though being dead he Wednesday afternoon. He was in yet speaketh" and we belieye the in- company with his father, the couple fluence of his christian life will live on having two leaded wagons and were and on through the many lives that en route from Campbellsville to Cohave been influenced by having known lumbia Near Bethel church young him. Parrott fell from his wagon, the wheels 3rd That we extend our deepest passing over his body. The wagon sympathy to the bereaved family and was heavily loaded, and the boy was friends and pray that the Lord will badly hurt A physician from Camp give them grace to support them in bellsvilie was called, and the injured their trouble. youth conveyed to his home, Cane Val 4th that a copy of these resolutions ley. He is now some better bespread upon the minutes of the Sunday School, and a copy be given to J Work of the Grand Jury. tor publication. tne es Mrs. J. O. Russell, Miss Rose Iljde, R. R Moss Public Sale. On Saturday, the 21st of February, we will sell at public outcrj at our barn in Roiey. the following: Five mule teams, wagons and harness, two heavv horse teams, two good jacks, three good jennetts, one stallion, two cows to be lresh in the spring, a pair of coming yearling mules, two good brood mares heavy in foal. Also saw mill, hay bailer, binder, reaper, wheat drill, double seated vehicle and many other things not here given. This sale is for the purpose of terminating a partnership business and the property will be sold Terms: eight months A grand jury of Adair county, at a recent sitting, returned 44 indictments, classified as follows: Felony, r. Liespoas, .. 1. Assault, Selling liquor, Weapons, . l. 1 1. Disturbing worship, Breach of peace, 3. 20. Beauchamp, who lives in Georgia, was dangerously ill. Her brother, Mr. C. G. Jeffries, of this nlace, 'received a letter a day or two ago, stating that she was better and chances good for her recovery. n. Last week we reported that Mrs. T. Mr. J. H. Bargerhas purchased the time with interest fiom date, note to N. A. McKinley farm, lying .on the be properly secured. Russell Springs road, a short distance Wolford Bros, beiond Ozark, for $23.00 per acre. Casey Creek. There are about 115 acres in the survey. It is a very good farm. Mrs. Jas. Petty, whose son was bit- Leu uj u mau uog, was carnea ny tne The basket ball game between Lind mother to Bowling Green Mrs. Pet- !sev - Wilson bovs and the school team ty returned Thursday and stated that at nonticello, played an the latter she left her son doing well, under the place, was not reported to this office, treatment of Dr. L. II. South. Mrs. but we learn that the Wayne county Petty lives on Crocus where her son , CUb CamB out successfelly. was bitten. Young Baily, who lives in this place, and who was also bitten i All The members of Columbia Lodge by a rabid dog, is in Bowling Green No 230, I. O. O. F are requested to and is doing nicely. be at the hall Thursday night, reguar meeting. Miss Laura Smith, a. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Smith, CampbellsMr James M. Carter died in Linville, was married, last week, to Mr. coln county one day last week. His Chandler Wood, a prominent young wife is a niece of Eld. Z. T. Williams. business man of the same city. The bride is a grand niece of Mrs. Anna Since the appearance of a mad dog Strange, mother of Mrs. Rolliu Hurt, in this locality-nearl- y every man and of Columbia. - boy carries a heavy walking cane Wheat throughout Adair couuty is looking unusually well and if not re-- 1 Remember and attend the entertaintarded by extreme cold weather, it ment at the Methodist church next will be a successful crop. A few farm- - Thursday night. An interesting pro- rs have sown their oats, and tobacco gram. around is beinjr broken maj. a. .a.. ivaucocK, long in the n Born, to the wife of J. N. Atwell, revenue service, here, died fJan., 23 th., a daughter. at Pewee Valley last Sunday. J j ? I well-know- NINTH GRADE. Rev. J. S. Chandler, one of the prin- Creel Nell program will be car - cipas of the Lindsey-WilsoThe following retnrned Ruth Hamilton ried out at the Methodist Church from Kussellville last Friday whither as I am concerned the matter is ended. Paul Hamiltou. No he had goue t0 raeet with 5, 1014. Thursday evening. Feb. the Board Yours truly. TENTH GRADE. admission fee, but all who will attend of Education, Louisville Conference. Tanner Ottley. Rex Holladay. are expected to give a suver oueuug Among important matters discussed W. A copy attest, Price, SENIORS. was the building of the new brick at the door: Clerk Adair Circuit Court. Song. Grace Conover Children's Chorus Cricket's dormitory at this place, for boys. He Mary Myers Reading Miss Katie Murrell. found the other members of the board Delightfully Entertained. Emmitt Riggins very enthusiastic, and he reports tint Solo Miss Hewitt, . , Kate Gill The Musis and Dramatic Club met wie pians ana specincations ?,re now Reading Miss Mary Chandler. Bryan Garnett in the club room last Saturday with Duet Miss Hewitt, Mrs. Rosentield. in the hands of architect, who will Dexter English. complete his work in a short time. Misses Capitola and Clarice Webb as Solo Katherine Ilogard. jAssocnas the architect reports, an Reading Mrs. Joe Russell. hostesses. advertisement for bids for putting up After the business was discussed a Solo Mrs. Ray Montgomery. Public Sale. the building will appear. It is now splendid program was rendered. Miss Woman s Chorus believed that the foundation will be Alice Walker discussed the life and Misses Hewitt, Ilogard, Holladaj, On Wednesday, March the 3rd, I works of De Packman. Two vocal laid before the end of this term, and Breeding, Chandler, Williams, the dormitory ready for occupancy by will sell at public auction the follow- selections were rendered by Mrs. C. M. Powell, X.Clark, E. Clark; ing live stock: Rosenfield, Gris the September opening, 1914. Russell, a delightful reading by Miss Mesdames Ilurt Eighth mules, coming 3 years old, Mary Chandlerandandan insturaeutal sora, and Montgomery. pair of age mules, four brood mares, solo by Miss Clarice Webb. Reading Loretta Dunbar. Eggs for Hatching. three safe in foal, fifteen yearling An interesting contest was won by Solo Mrs Hurt. steers, four, two year old heifers, 4 Miss Eva Murrell, after which deMale Quartet Kentucky Babe lightful refreshments were served. Messrs. Jones, Wilson, Flowers, I have 2 pens of finely bred S. cows will be fresh in the spring. One extra good saddle mare 5 years old. The meeting adjourned to meet and Grissom. C, White Leghorns from which I Thirty head of stock hogs, l(i sheep, February 24 with Mrs. C. M. Russell. am now prepared to furnish Eggs also 2 yearling colts and 2 two year old. Marriage Licenses. NOTICE. at 75c per setting of 15 Eggs, or The sale will begin at 10 a. m., and Mr Walker Bryant, Couuty Court 90c per setting if sent by Parcel will be held at my barn on the farm Public Saie, February I0tht 1914. Clerk, issued the following marriage Post. Now is the time to Hatch known as the Jordan Page farm, one and a half miles from Cane Valley. licenses during the month of January: Henry Gadberry to Mrs Viana Ben- Eggs for Early Fall layers. If you want good stock this is your On Tuesday, Febreary loth, 1914, I 13-will offer for s ile at public auction, to J. O. Russell. chance. W. C. Vanhoy. nett. the highest and best bidder at the 14-I. G. Williams to Mrs. Manda J. Columbia, Ky. late residence of J. M. Stephenson, de- McClister. ceased, at Rowena, ky., the following Slaves. R. S. Royse to Miss Annie Mr. Edgar Reed entertained Uuj Another Flouring Mil!. following at a theater party Saturday PRrs0,ial Property, vix: 4 stands of J. A. Chapman to Mrs. Dicy J. Gri-denight, in honor of Miss Rachel Calh- - bees' l ,oC of boarcls' l Iot of lumber Mr. Green B. Smith, is making son, of Middlesboro: Miss Edna Lew-- , 2 stave buckers l Pair of stock scales, M F. Quinn to Miss Minnie Dishorn. 1 lot of grass seed, 1 cow. 1 fine bull, B preparations to start another flouring is Mr Dan nati-hPf- ! mi R T. Clay borne to Miss Eliza t ...UW Man- TVil' marp. MJ . vnlrp5 rf rvit.Mp 'A nnir nf 4 jw.-w- . . ,..V.w, . - ....-.- , mill in Columbia. He has purchased lett, Mr Tom Patteson; Miss Cary Harmon. J... z nean 01 noes, iu neaa Bud Stargel to Miss Mary B. Corbiu. the old school lot, in West Columbia, TJncnnfioM Mr Cf,,i. at; worK muies. N. M. Jesse to Miss Dellie M. Jesse. from Mr. James T. Page upon which Madge Rosentield, Mr. Edgar Reed: ' of sheep' 3 farra waSns- - 5 Ior wagons, and he is now Miss Mary Breeding, Mr. Clyde Cren- - l bu""v' l sefc of blacksmith tooIs. 1 S. Ray Conover to Miss Ada M to eiect his breaking ground for the building We shaw; Miss Rachel Callison, Mr. Ralph Iot of hay' 25 harreIs of corn' ,0"ginff Feese. understand that the machinery will H.irr,. MiVir-TTmrMr aon iinn ' outfit, and all kinds of farming imple- Frank Stotts to Miss Nina Scott. E. II. Sneed to Miss Angebelle be run by electricity, and that his cock After the show Miss Lewis en- - meuts mnilo Tormc known on the day of mill on Russell's creek, one and one-ha- Leriiiuieu me same party at ner Brown. sae miles from town, will furnish the home On Friday niget Miss Madge j Tim Bailey to Veruetta Harvey. T P. Stephenson, Administrator J. L. Campbell to Miss Emma Pelley. power Mr. Smith is making an effort Rosentield threw open her parlor doors Hip. samp, ncrtrrpirnt-.into get the new mill started as quickly with viicc' Dr. Jas. Triplett lias removed his as possible. t7ii,.kh. nn.n -- .., vt- - rv tr..' j Mr. Tom Speak and Mr. C. F. AI side of the square ministers who are in ; len, two young office from the north a(lcje(j Lindsey-Wilsopreached at the formerly occupied the to the apartments Basket Bali. Flowers, over the Church last Sunday. The Methodist by Dr. Woodruff Wheat is looking unusually well and Wmor cnn,.p in Mip fnrp,innn nnd r,hft Paull Drug Co's store, in west corner barring the coming of severe cold; latter tne evening. Large congre of the square. In spite of the rainy weather Fri-da- weather will prove a successful crop gationsingreeted both, and every body i night quite a number witnessed Farmers are taking advantage of the was well pleased with their efforts Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Taylor have re- the basket ball game at the Lindsey opportunity and much plowing has moved from the residence on Greens-bur- g Wjlson. been completed; active preparations, On last Wednesday evening the folstreet, known as the Claud Hurt The team composed of the James- such aa the clearing of ground and lowing young people were delightfully property, to the Goodman residence, town boys was defeated by the Lind. gathering of material, is under way for entertained at a dinner party at the n-team by the score of 18 to the burning of tobacco beds, and the home of Miss Mabel Atkins, given in the home of Mr. Brack Massie. 17. The Russell county girls of the tobacco crop during this year promises honor of Miss Rachel Callison, of MidThe little folks have already com- school were defefeated in a very in- to come up well to the average as far dlesboro: Misses Edna Lewis, Madge menced, making valentines to be used teresting game by the Adair county as acreage is concerned. Considering Rosenfield, Rachel Callison; Messrs. on the 14th. girls by thescors of 7 to 5.' high price and scarcity of feed-stuf- D. E. Hatcher Jr., Fred Hill, Ralph and roughness, stock will emerge Hurt, Edgar Reed. Washington's birthday comes this We take this method of extending from the cold, season in good condition month on Sunday. our thanks to the many who so kindly and the farmer expects to start the The Ladies of the Baptist Church gave aid and comfort to us during the years work under auspicious condi- will give a pie supper at the court The maple tree in front of the old Hancock Hotel, on Burkesville street, sickness and death of our little son. tions. i house, Saturday night, the 7th of Feb last week, and on Thursday We shall ever hold gratitude in our budded ruary. Best pies of every kind, milk For rent A 5 room cottage. the trees fairly swarmed with honey hearts for you all. and coffee to go with them. Also valH. T. Baker, Columbia, Ky. Gratefully, bees. This is said to be a rare occurentines for sale. Every body iuvited Mr. & Mrs. Corbett Breeding. ' b month of January. rence in the to come. n, i I have tried to live the right life since in your midst and believe that I have, and at this late day, I do not care to lose that favor. The ballots from that precinct are in tact. and. can be seen by all who wish to, the order of the court also, which states that, the ballots were preserved according to Jaw, properly sealed at the point of the string placed in an envelope also properly sealed and not tampered with, or no evidence of same, and the preciuct sealou them. So far matter. . , ; j j I . ; 4t ; r, I nwV--v.- T r.. 1 w- mill-hous- e, w if 1- -1 o n I n, I I y ar sey-Wils- on fs 13-2- Mi THEJADAIR JOUNTYINEWS Rugby. Mt. Pleasant. J Mr. Willard Corbin's wife is tage of this fine weather burnsuffering with a cancer over her ing plant beds. left eye. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Cundiff, Mr. Tilden Wheeler, of Sparks--vill- of Louisville, visited their parwho went to Texas last ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Cunfall, is back with us again. His diff a few days of last week and was accompanied home by their fcrother, Archey, is thinking of brother, Mr. Claude Cundiff, going next fall. After all there where he will spend a few days. is no place like old Kentucky. Mr. Hugh Hutchison is on the C. C. Roe, Sr., who is in the sick list this week, lumber business, near Fry, Green Misses Zella East and Sjillie E. county, reports that they have Butler made a business trip to enough logs on the yard to keep Columbia one day last week. Mr. John Butler, who is emthem busy two years. ployed in Greensburg, has reThe infant child of C C. Roe turned home to spend a few days Jr., is very sick. with his parents. & Coomer have bought Gowen We. are sorry to say Mr. Her-chout Frank Curry's interest in his Cundiff has quit school and saw mill and will move it to gone to fencing. e, el The farmers are taking advan- PROGRAM Specia NlH- Notice The following is the Program of the Adair County Music Teachers' Convention to be held at the Chris- tian Church at Columbia, Ky., on the Fourth Sun day in February, beginning at 10:30 o'clock a. m. i. 9 Ail Devotional Exercises. Song by the Columbia Choir. Welcome Address by G. Paul .5. Explain Accidentals. Flats, U. G. Andersou. Smythe. Sharps. C. F. Breeding. Naturals or Cancels, .r. V. Dudley. . Lena McFarland spent one night last week with Miss Hazel Jones near Cane Valley. We" are having some pretty Mr. Irvine Keltner made a busweather for the last few days, iness trip to Louisville last week. Bro. Charley F. Allen filled his Miss Nona McFarland spent regular appointment at Cyclone last Saturday night and Sunday school-hous- e the third Sunday. with Miss Alma McFarland, of Mr. Bingham Moore has a dandy good grocery store. We Columbia. How is Your Boiler? are glad that Mr. Moore has his store for he is a fine merchant. It has been stated that a man's stomach is his boiler, his body is his Frank McFarland nas a nice engine and his mouth the lire box. Is Mr. Ed Butler has been on an little dwelling house built and your boiler (stomach) in good working couples lately that we call him not extended visit in Greensburg for his brother Mr. Leslie McFar- - order or is it so weak that it will supthe "marrying parson." stand a full load and not able to the past two months and has not land and family have moved in. ply the needed energy to your engine Several from this place attend returned yet. Mr. Irvine Keltner and wife' (body)V If you have any trouble with your stomach, Chamberlain's Tablets court at Columbia last Moned made a business trip to Columbia will do you good. They strengthen and MT. PLEASANT NO 2. day. invigorate the stomach and enable it The new telephone line is al- one day last week. Many very to do its work naturally. Forest Harvey, of Iowa, is vis- most completed and everybody Mr. Johnny Allison and sister, remarkable cures of stomach trouble iting relatives at this place this that has a phone is well pleased, Miss Cordie Allison, were visiting have been effected by them. For sale Ad. those that haven't a phone wants their sister, Mrs. Virgil McFar- by Paull Drug Co. week. one. land, last Saturday night and From Oklahoma. Mr. Whitlock, the grocery Miss Ann Lizzie Hood spent Sunday. drummer, was with our merlast Saturday night with Miss Mr. and Mrs. Bingham Moore Bokchito, Jan., 22, 1914. chants last week. Minnie Kate Tupman. opened their doors last Friday Editor News: Mrs. Kate Akin, who has been Mr. and Mrs. Harden Cundiff night to the young folks of this You doubtless would like to sick, is better. and son, Clarence, spent last Sun- community, and gave a play parhear from one of Adair county's Mr. Frank Coomer, of this day night with Mr. and Mrs. ty. There was a large crowd present and every body enjoyed insignificant creatures, located in place, had a stroke of paralysis Hard Feese. Southern Oklahoma. Mr. Woodson Montgomery, themselves fine. Jast Wednesday, but is some betI have seen a number of the Miss Mary Vanhoy is busy who has been quite sick for a ter. teaching music. Mr. Ulysses Red Rose, as they are called. few days, is better. Mr. Lewis Reece and wife, of Hugh, Linnie and Stora Hutch- Harmon being one of her pupils. They are not red, but a brown Breeding, visited Ruel Shives ison spent a few days in Russell Also Ulysses has a nice piano. people. You would imagine from Mr. Solomon McFarland killed history last Saturday night. county visiting relatives,, returnthat these brown people a grey fox last Monday night. ed home last Thursday. Our friend, Luther Fletcher, lived in tents and wore feathers Mr. Bud Triplett and "family Miss Bertha McFarland spent sold his farm last week to J. H. in their caps, but not so. They last week with her sister, Mrs. have moved to Disappointment. Janes. Price unknown. We all hated to see them leave dress as we do and live in housJ. T. Banks. es. There are five civilized Mr. and Mrs. Mont Harmon Cyclone. Shocking sounds. Mr. ana Mrs. J. T. Banks and tribes in Oklahoma. They are Iu the earth are sometimes heard be- spent Sunday vith their parents daughter, Winnie, of Mt. Pleas- the Cherokee, Greek, Seminole, fore a terrible earthquake, that warn Mr. and Mrs. James Butler. peril. Nature's warnof the coming Mr. Claude Callison, wife and ant, visited Mr. Solomon McFar- Choctaw and Chickasaw. These ings are kind That dull pain or ache in the back warns you the Kidneys two children spent last Sunday land and family Saturday night tribes had been granted the need attention if you would escape with Mr. James Butler and fam- and Sunday. lands included in Indian Territothose dangerous maladies, Dropsy, Mr. Leslie Keltner and Mr. Diadetes or Bright's disease, Take ily. ry, and now defined by treaties Electric Bitters at once and see backVan Whitlock, of Bliss, are goentered into between the United ache flv and all your best feelings reing to school at C. V. H. S. taught "My son received great benefit turn. Almost Lost His Life. by Miss Ada Sublett, of Romine. States and Indians years before, from their use for kidney and bladder S. A. Stid, of Masou, Mich., will nevtrouble," writes Peter Bondy, South under 'the terms of which the Miss Bertha McFarland has is certainly a er forget his terribleexposure to a mer Rockwood, Mich., "it great kidney medicine " Try it. 50c ciless storm. "It gave me a dreadful been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. tribes accepted the lands in lieu Ad. cold," he writes, "that caused severe at Paull Drug Co. of their lands in Carolina, past week. pains in my chest, so it was hard for T. Banks, for the Georgia and Mississippi. me to breathe. A neighbor gave me Our school at Cyclone closed C. Antwerp, one of several doses of Dr. King's Ifew Dis"William covery which brought great relief. the 23rd. , of December, with a Prior to 1898, the five civilized governors of the New York The doctor said I was on the verge of Christmas tree loaded with nice tribes exercised their functions the pneumonia, but to continue the DisStock Exchange, in an address covery. I did so and two bottles com- presents. The school was taught of goverment, each having a to Washington bankers highly pletely cured me " Use only this by Miss Nell Follis, of Columbia complete set of officials. Ever safe, reliable medicine for praised Wilson's trust message. quick, colds, or any throat or lung We all wish for her back again since 1898, although the tribal coughs, trouble. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial July 1914. courts were abolished, the Ina Good Worrier. BIgmed battle free. Guaranteed by Paull Cassie McFarland and Mrs. Drug Co. Ad. dian governments have been con"I blamed my heart for severe disMrs. Mary Moore spent the day tress in my left side for two years," The first bill to pass the Ken- with Mrs. N. M. Hancock, of tinued in a modified form, for W. Evans, Danville, Ya., "but indigestion, as the purpose of adjusting the I know now it was myPills completely tucky Legislature was a measure Cane Valley, last Tuesday. Dr. King's Kew Life tribal affairs. Mrs. Tennie Cundiff called on me." Best for stomach, liver desighed to curb the practic of Camp-bellsvill- e, Mr. Ed Butler had such an extensive corn crop, he is not badly. through gathering. He thinks Mr. and Mrs. Gowen and Mrs. now he will have to call in his C--. C. Roe, Sr., visited Mrs. n neighbors to help him. Rossin last Sunday. Cundiff Bros, delivered their Last Sunday Mr. Frank Stotts, tobacco to Mr. Gowdy, of at satisfactory prices. of Picnic, and Miss Mina Scott, Miss Nellie Follis, of Columbia, of Rugby, drove to the residence of Rev. H. T. Jesse and were and Miss Amanda Butler spent united in marriage. The groom baturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gresham. is a prosperous farmer and the We are glad to know that Mr. bride is a daughter of Dr. X. W. and Mrs. Ira Vaughn have movScott, was an industrious girl ed into our neighborhood. liked by all. They have the best Miss Rena Cundiff is spending wishes of the writer. the week end in Columbia visitBro. Jesse has married so many ing her sister Mrs. Ella Ingram. Sparksville. We needed one Al-vi- Response by Frank Hughes Influence of Music Male Quartette, Iso. 11, H. G. 1. In the nome, H. C. Baker. By Freedom Class. 2. In the Sunday School, Tobias Male Quartette No. 93, G. II. Huffaker. By Sparkesville Class. 3. In the Church, I. M. Grimsley. Song by the Congregation. All are invited to attend who are Address by Eld. Z. T. Williams, interested in music; and take part in Tower of Sacred Music. these exercises. Teachers are requestAdjoukn to 1:30. ed to furnisli a Solo, Duet, Trio, Song by the Congregation, Led Quartette or class singing. The Columbia Schools are especially requestby Austin Gilpin. ed to give some songs. 2. Two Songs by Antioch Class. J. II. Womack, Pres 3. Time and Accent by Alton Hill, Edgar Royse Secy. I. M. Grimsley, and L. Akin. ) C. F. Breeding, Committee Two Songs by the Shiloh Class, U. G. Anderson, I. M. Grimsley. ) en Program led by Prof. R. O Cabbell Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once The Government Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year Cyclone. Miss j The Louisville Daily Herald And the j j j Adair County News One Year Each For S3 This offer will hold good for only a short time. If you want to keep posted in poli- tics and current events, subscribe now. Come, bring or send jour subscriptions to this office. Each Indian has an allotment, Li. Ji. consisting of a tract of land vaVeterinary Surgeon rying in size from forty acres to and Dentist several thousand. The acreage of the allotment is determined years experience. Special attention by its value. The Indians are given to Surgical and Dental work. permitted to lease all their lands Office at residence near Graded School except homesteads, and may building. PHONE NO. 7N lease them under some circumstances. They receive a royalty upon the productiod of minerals, Granulated glass is being tried oil and gas. as a preservative for the surface All this country lacks to make of wood in England with much it a fine farming country, is soil, success. season and tools otherwise it is JOES Al-abam- a, well equipped. All the people are white except indians and negroes. Indians love to be in town as much as 1 the negroes do in Kentucky. S The towns in Oklahoma are not healthy for the negro. The grafter is one of the greatest enemies of Oklahoma. J. O. Prock. For Saie. Al Irs Toy a f Oman ? lata ' Cardui AT AIL DflU68tSTS I Hie Woman's Tonic cured and kidney troubles, constipation, writing checks with no funds in our merchant, Mr. headache or debility. 25c. at Paul! Moore, last Tuesday. Ad the bank. Drug Co.' Bingham I am located among the close to Texas. Choc-taw- s, good second hand wagon, 31 m SALE inches. Russell & Co. 13-2- t. K- - THE Ai)AlR COUNT" 0. G. 8ARDWICA, NttWS Pres. W. I J. H. COCKE, V. Pres. R. H. D1ETZMAN, Sec sell or exchange property or second hand machinery t .,.:,, , :..:.,.. c.n : rf nrT If you want to buy, MILKIM6 SHORTHORNS Pytie Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 NIGH UNTO INCORPORATED 1889 jvimiiWfjiGHTS 1301 TftlRTeeNTft-Mftl- 'JEALERS'-I- I mRCHHSUSTS N cent commision. I hunt the buyers. I want the sellers. W. E. Stapp, Columbia Ky. t. DEATH By LIKED IN ENGLAND A . ALVA R. HUNTINGTON u ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. N. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS LOIHSVILLe Subscribe for the Adair County year. News. $100 It was at a time when the trans-mississip;- a SMOKESTACKS yWjMW& Sheet Iron and Tank WorK '&$ WV$ JOBBING WORK SOLICITED - - cSfefe - 1 SjTHkiM Anvone pending a sketch nnd description may quickly :icertnin cur opinion free whether an invention ts probably pitentnble. Cotiinmnlca-tionsstrlctlconfidential. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest acency for securing patents. Patents taken tlirouuli Jlunn & Co. receive tpecial notice, without cliarce. In the y BHEX PERIENCE OVER 65 YEARS' All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- Designs Copyrights &c. Trade Marks Judge W. M. Reed, of Padu-cacussions of personal experiences is presiding over the MuhlenThe annual Bohemian Agriculwith the new road law under tural Exhibition wiil be held in berg Circuit Qourt during the illvarying conditions will occupy Prague from May 6th to 21st. ness of Judge John Rhea. the time of the session. The A shipping, engineering and We would be pleased to send the engineers will be addressed by machinery exhibition will be held Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from ."i ucv. u.n ouiLt: lvicoreary in ine Pi.i. in- in Olympia, London, in the com- now until the first of April for oOcents. Or better still we will furnish the ception room at the capitol durAdair County Hews, one year and the ing autumn. Daily State Journal until April 1st ing their session. In Wales, and in places where for $1.23. If you want to keep in in touch with the doings at FrankHe WOn't Limp Now. the Welch tongue is used, the fort while the Legislature is in session, No more limping for Tom Moore of declaration of marriage in the you should have the State Journal. Cochran, Ga. "I had a bad sore on my instep that nothing seemed to help till marriage service and the conRecent news dispatches indijJused Buckien's Arnica Salve," he! tracting words may be' said in cates that Col, George Geothals writes, "but this wonderful healer soon cured me."' Heals old, running Welsh. will accept the place of Police sores, ulcers, boils, burns, cuts, bruises The city of Kalamata, with a Commissioner of New York. leczema or piles. Try it. Only 25c at Ad. iPaull Drug Co. population of 18,000, is the business and dirtributing center for The Kentucky chart upon which is Lish Burnett, aged 32, was ar- the province of Messenia, which all the Goyernors' of the State, map tested upon a charg-- of wound is one of the richest and most of Kentucky, three feet wide and four ing his mother, Mrs. Lizzie Bur fertile sections of the Polepon-nesu- feet long, is now offered by the Louisville Post to every subscriber of that was! n, 1 ! Berlin prohibits exhibition of program embracing the subjects corsets on wax models in store pertinent to their work and dis- windows. All the county road engineers of the State will meet in Frankfort February 4th and 5th. A Around the World. Scientific A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Jirecit circulation of any scientific Journal. Terms, 3 a year: four months, 1. Sold by all newsdealers. fVIUNN & Go.364BroadwaNBW York i:rr.uch Office. 625 F 8U Washington. . C. Hmnwi country was developing, and Instead of the iron horse, with its train dashing along at the rate of fifty miles an hour, the stagecoach lumbered at the rate of five or six. Que of these coaches left Deliver one morning, struck the mountains at Golden City, mounted to the highest point and moved on downward and upward alternately toward Georgetown. On the top of the coach a gentleman and his family were enjoying the scenery. The driver sat on his box trying to keep awake, for lie had been drinking, while beside him sat a young man whose costume denoted that ho was a resident of the region. The coach reached the top of an ascent, and the road in front wound downward in one of those trequent dips in the mountains. It had begun the descent, and the young man sitting beside the driver, noticing that he had failed to put on the brake, looked aside at him to see what it meant. The fellow was asleep and had not only failed to "brake." but had let go his hold on the reins. whh-- were now down on the h It is claimed by high authority that from SO to DO per cent of the milk used in England comes from dual types of cattle, writes Thomas Shaw in the National Stockman. The great preponderance comes from the Shorthorns, in fact very much more than from all the other breeds combined. There are some Shorthorn herds in England that are maintained only for beef. But the proportion of these to that of the Shorthorns that are milked is very small indeed. It would also be correct to say that nearly as large a proportion of the beef consumed comes from Shorthorns, pure and in the graded form, and yet In the face of these facts some of the V" - Gambler I Prince d By DONALD CHAMBERLIN ,- pole. i i- j ! j e s. paper. It is valuable and should be rushed to Tompkinsville for safe in every home. "We will furnish the The Best Cough Medicine. chart, the Daily Post and The Adair keeping. "I have used Chamberlain's Cough County News, all for $3.50 one year. Remedy ever since I have been keepSend your subscriptions to this otlice. You can save a lot of valuable ing house," says L. C. Hames. of Mar-burAla., "I time by admitting that the Whale best remedies 1consider it one of the ever used. My childGreenville citizens are aroused .swallowed the Whale, whichevrr ren have all taken it and it works like a charm. For colds and whooping over the illicit sale of liquor, and 1 way the other fellow wants it. cough it is excellent." For sale by as a result thirty-si- x indictments Paull Drug Co. Ad. -- nett, near Glasgow. He y, have been returned. I Mr3. Esker Cunningham was probably fatally injured at Pa-duc- ah when she was struck by an automobile run by her husband. Greensburg, Ky. Always appreciates trade from Adair and Adjoining Counties and is constantly of Here is a special offer for the remainder of this month: The Louisville Daily Post and the Adair County Hews, both one year each for 82.75. This does not include the Kentucky map which is being sent out by the Post. The State Assembly of South Carolina went on record as favor- fering'and giving to ail comers, Bargains in all Lines of goods ill send Dry Goods, Clothing and Show ing the repeal of the amendment which gives negroes the right to vote. A punch in the ribs awoke the driver, who, seeing the reins dangling from the pole and the coach rolling rapidly down the crooked road, jumped from his seat, preferring rather to be Injured by a fall on the stony road than to be hurled over a precipice he knew to be at a turn farther down. There were shrieks from the women passengers, while the men were paralyzed. Rut among the latter there was one exception. The young man left alone ou the box let himself down on the pole, gathered up the reins, climbed back on to the box and put on the brake. The horses were by this time so wild and the speed so great that it was very difficult to control the one and lessen the other. Not an eighth of a mile distant was the turn in the road, with a gulf a thousand feet deep on one side. The cries and shrieks had ceased with the effort thus far made to regain control, and every eye was fixed on the danger ahead, every breath held in terror. The man on the box kept a Grm hand on the reins and pushed with all his strength with his right foot on the break. There was a lessening of the speed, but would it be reduced sufficiently to go safely round the eurve? The hearts of those whose lives were at stake were throbbing in time with the jumping of the horses. When the turn was reached the velocity w s still so great that there was little hope The women recommenced to shriek. "Stop that!" said the driver. "Yoi: II excite the horses." The cries ceased. There was no sound except what came from the horses' hoofs and the creaking of the coach, while every one held with a tight grip to hi seat and looked with 'training eyes at the gulf before him. The driver guided the horses as near the rock on the inner side as he dared, for should he hit it the coach would be knocked over the precipice. Notwithstanding his effort so great was Its swing when it made the turn that n hind wheel slid over a slope t few feet from the edge. The driver gav a yell to the horses and threw the long lash of his whip among them with a crack. Every animal gave a jump, the wheel came back on level ground, ami the test of the turn was made m safety. The final effort caused the hordes to break forth again, and again they must be brought under control. Rut now the road was comparatively straight and soon the it lination began to lessen. In a few minutes the hot torn of the dip was reached, and the coach was brought to a standstill. Then the driver was infolded in the arms of those on the outside of the coach, both men and women. An hour later the coach drove up to the hotel at Idaho Springs and all alighted. The gentleman who was traveling with his wife and family took the driver aside for a prirate interview. "You have saved the lives of a coach load of persons." he said, "including "While dairymen as a rule pin their faith to cattle of dairy breeding, many farmers like the milking A Kansas strain of Shorthorns farmer says of this breed: "Three Shorthorn cows of mine are all good milkers, giving about five to six gallons per day when fresh and holding up with their milk very well. Sometimes they are giving about a gallon and a half a day within two weeks of the time they come fresh again. They do not keep fat on the best of feed when giving milk. Their milk is good and rich, and I consider they pay well for their feed and milking." The bull shown Is of the milking Shorthorn strain. wise teachers at our colleges have said that dual qualities could not be main 1 tained. An annual was issued in 1912 by the English Dairy Shorthorn association giving the milk records of 243 cows for that year. The cows were in milk on the average 2941,-- . days. The lactation periods in many instances were not completed, and quite a nuui' er of the animals were heifers. The average was 7.31S.SS production in milk pounds The males, the progeny of these, when grown into beef invariably do well. The steers grown on skiimnilk and adjuncts during the milk period are positive favorites wbth the butchers. They attain to a large de velopment, especially during the second year of growth, and it is claimed chat the beef produced by those ani ma Is is better marbled than when the calves are reared upon the dam. In the latter Instances the maturity Is frequently premature, and the external fat is excessive. LUMPY JAW IN CATTLE. the disease of the head, jaw and neck of cattle. The scientific name is derived from the fungous spore which gives rise to the disease and which is technically known as actinomyces. writes Dr A. S. Alexander in the rami There aie two ways of treating the disease, either of which must be resorted to at once. In many cases the tumor when first noticed is not attached to the bone and may be cut out with little difficulty or danger. After the operation, which is best performed b a veterinarian who is familiar with the anatomy of the part, the walls o. the cavity made by the knife should he cauterized with the hot iron or some caustic solution such as bichloride of mercury and hydrochloric acid in wa Two Methods of Treating This Dangerous Disease. Lumpy jaw is the common name for Journal ter. This solution should consist of at least half an ounce of bichloride to the pint of water with sufficient of. the acid to make it dissolve. It may oe introduced by means of a swab of cotton on a stick. There are many solutions. If the operation and application are thoroughly done the first time there is rarely need of a second operation, but the solution may have to be used several times while the wound is healing. If the bone is involved it will have to be scraped and the swab used as beotue.-effectiv- e Washington Times says that President Wilson will make several speeches this fall in the interest of Democratic congressional candidates. The Now is Your Chance. to any point, by Pareels Post prepaid. Any goodsjnot satisfactory can be rt-- turned by Parcel Post, if in seven day? after'sentfout During the months of December, January and February we will furnish and the the daily Courier-Journa- l Adair County News one year each, for $4.00. This offer in made to people who do not get their mail at the Columbia Post Office. Mr. J. W. Flowers, who is the local agent, will take subscriptions for the Courier-Journat S3. 00 per year for the home people during these months. al Woodson Lewis For Sale: a fine, combined mare, three years old. S. G. Denny, Columbia, Ky. myself, ray wife and family. Had it not been for your coolness nnd courage we would ah have met with a frightful death. What can I do for you? I'm -ich and my fortune is at your disposal." "You owe me nothing, sir." said the young man, with a British accent. "My own life was In jeopardy. In saving myself 1 saved the others." "You could have left the coach as the cowardly driver did." To this the young man made no reply. "Cqme." resumed the gentleman: "anything you ask that is in my power to grant shall be granted." The young man hesitated, then said: "I don't belong here: I came from England. You know the younger sons In England must shift for themselves. I came to this country, where I am not known, and can turn my hand to anything. Being fond of horses. I drove a stage. I have left that and am going up to Georgetown to start on a prospecting tour." But the young man's plans were changed. He went to the east, en tered the banking house of the man whose life be saved and is now wealthy. He says that he went just near enough to the edge of a precipice to grasp a fortune without going over The other method of treatment consists in giving iodide of potash internally, and it is very affective, especial ly in cases of actinomycosis of the tongue (wooden tongue). The dose for an 'adult steer is one dram two or three times daily in a little water, according to the severity of the case, and it is to be continued until the disease seems to be lessening, when the dose and continued f may be reduced for a few days longer. As a rule, fair progress toward recovery Is made In from eight to ten days one-hal- fore. Profit In Sheep Farming. Although I have bought and sold and kept many thousands of cattle and sheep. I have never lost one by disease, writes a correspondent of the Farm Journal. This shows that Jive stock is much healthier than man. 7 l. have rarely or never dosed a sick Sheep have paid better than any animals I have ever handled. On no stock have I been able other class-o- f to double my money so easily as in the case cf sheep. aui-ma- This is a true story. Francois Blanc," said the judge, "what have you to say why sentence-shoulnot be passed upon you?" "Nothing." "I regret that the inadequacy of tne-lacompels me to let you off with a You corrupted nominal punishment. young men in the telegraph office' the to publish false news from the Stock Exchange in Paris to enable yon to , make money by buying or selling-sharesgive an offense which should you not less than ten years in prison-- I sentence you to serve seven months-ijail, being the longest term I can, give you for your crime." Francois Blanc bowed his bead and; was marched away. When his tern of service had passed he came out of jail with $20,000 to his credit in bunk. Right under the nose of the judge who bad convicted him he establishedt a casino in Homburg. which was really a gambling house, no made money, but a prejudice against gambling was growing in Germany, and he feared the time would come when laws would; be passed that would ruin his business. M. Blanc looked up rather than down. He aspired to run his gambling business in a country where he could so influence the laws that be made to interfere with hh? method of enriching himself. So about him. In Europe there are a number of small kingdoms, principalities, dukedoms, that have been Independent so long that none of powers have the hardihood them. Rlanc found a little principality containing a few square miles-onlthat seemed ripe for what he intended. What the powers dare not absorb by the bayonet he resolved to absorb by undermining with gold. The ruler of this principality ha& descended from one of the oldest roya! families in Europe, but he had nothiug-bu- t his pedigree. He held a court, it Is true, but his courtiers were those-whserved without salaries and were-abloccasionally to lend the sovereign-moneyIn order to recoup he sold a concession in his principality to two men. who bought it with the intention of opening a gambling bouse on, the territory conceded. They built a casino and began operations, but wanted all their profits, and. they became discouraged. Francois Blanc, learning of this concession and the condition of its owners, bought it from them and. closing out his casino at Homburg. built a costly one on the new site. laid out splendid gardens in short, expended several millions with a view to makisg.-hi- s place attractive. Fortunately for him the time was ripe for such an Investment. For many years Baden Baden, in Germany, had been th fashionable gambling center of Ku rope, where every one. from royalty to commoner, gave way to the passion of gaming. Baden Baden was now such a resort, and Blanc aimed to make his concession what Baden-Bade- n had been. In this he succeeded. The gambling" mania of Europe was all made to pour gold into Francois Blanc's pocket Kings and queens, princes and princesses, dukes and duchesses, carae J1 made it fashionable, to be followed by every one who had a franc to spnC and a franc to risk. The sovereign had all the money lie wanted to speitd. and his court, if not numerous, were at least well dressed awl were ot called upon to lend the prince money. But while he held the empty title of ruler of the principality Francoio Blane was the real governor. The prince died and left his inheritance to his son. The new sovereign proved himself really nothing more-thaa silent junior jnirtner in a gambling establishment, and there was nothing for him to do but remain as-hwas so he renewed the concession for a term of fifty years for So.OOO.OOO'. a sum that Francois Blane could welfr afford to pay since he made it in a single year lie could afford to do more than this. lie furnished all necessary to run the government, including official salaries. One storm arose on the gambler sovereign's path, but he weathered it. The prince's neighbors, t'.it relishing a. gambling principality so near tueni. endeavored to induce one of the powers on which it bordered to take steps' to prohibit it. In addition, the priuce's subjects became dissatisfied at payintr taxes to a prince who had such at enormous revenue. At Blanc's request the sovereign abolished all taxes, anfi Blanc paid them. This was the last bite in the loaf the gambler devoured. The prince, and lastly the subjects4 passed into his capacious maw. for when a citizen sells his citizenship becomes its owner. Francois Blanc accumulated a fortune equal to some of the largest ir America, and. if he was only a prince in a financial way. he married his daughters to princes. The principality that forms the sub ject of this narrative lies on the north shore of the Mediterranean and Is called Monaco. It Is divided parts, one of which is Monte Carlo. It is on this portion that ai.t Europe, persons from all parts of the world, assemble to "buck the tiger." If the present Prince of Monaco de.1,' rives an income from a concession iff a gambler he Is personally far above the gambling business. He is a scientist and has made some valuable contributions to scientific- lore. w none-woul- d he-look- the-gre- at y e . the-princ- e e the-mon- ey lity tlm-buy- er into-thre- - r i HE ADAIR THK ADAIBECOUNTy COUNTY NEWS KNE WE mm Published Every Wednesday BY THE - Adair County News Company. ( Incorporated.) HAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. in-C- itt Democratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia and tbe people Adair and adjacent counties. Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-offlce as sec-z- d WED. FEB, 4, 1914 THE CONTESTS. Last week considerable interest was manifested in the contests instituted by W. T. Ottley against Judge Herriford for County Judge and Eli Strange against Tobias IHuffaker for School Superintendent. The the Strange-Huffak- er count in case left the election of Mr. Huf-fakundisputed and his election rd was confirmed. In the case Mr. Ottley gained votes in the West Cofor ty-tlumbia precinct, enough to put him in the lead. The attorney for the defense alleged fraud and moved that the case be continued to the May term of court which was so decreed. O On the following day, however, Mr. Ottley withdrew from the contest and we publish his withdrawal notice in another column, the same having been recorded in the Circuit Court Clerk's office. There are various rumors as to how such a change occurred, but it will be investigated by a grand jury. We understand that Judge Carter will call a special session of court at an early day for that purpose. After the investigation doubtless the cloud will be lifted and the people see and understand the true situation. That an attempted fraud was committed is the opinion of those who have been investigating. We in common with other good citizens, trust that the guilty party or parties wih be discovered with sufficient evidence to inflict the full legal M r . Watterson punishment. made the statement: "No compromise with dishonor." It ought to encircle the globe. er Greensburg is enjoying a Mr. O. L. Ellis was at Colum healthy growth. Four new resbia last Monday on business. idences are now under process of Mr. Virgil Dickinson visited erection in the Shreve Addition relatives and friends at Little means of renewing old friend-Cak- e and the looseleaf plant has in and Sunday. shiPs as l expect to visit Adair contemplation the erection of Mr. Edd Rice and wife have County this fall, another sales floor and a redry- Tne weather in this section has Land Owners Attention. inrr nlnnf nnwi'nry Urt imnn 1 Q1 Q' gone to housekeeping on the Charlie Pile farm one mile from been very nice so far this winter T. C. Faulhner, is prepared to do ... Dr. J. J. Booker erected a hand-- 1 Wltn tne exception of plenty of Dunnville. your Surveying correctly. bume resilience ui eunege street rain. About sixteen inches has years He has thirty-thre- e There has been three or four and E. E. Perkins a small apart- -' experience. Charges reafallen in the last six weeks. ment house on West Columbia cases of La 8riPPe in this sonable. Phone 74 or The grass is about a foot high, A new store building munity, but the patients are get-wwrite vegetables are growing nicely, by the Allen heirs tinS better at Present, erected T. C Faulkner, and the prospects are good for is reported that another new It now occupied by Arthur Miller, Columbia, Ky. crops. Our markets are full of who carries a gent's furnishing store will be put up at this place strawberries, green beans, peas line, adjoins the Greensburg De-- ! in the spring. This will make and all other kind3 of vegetables posit Bank, and the Peoples Bank six stores for Dunnville, besides ir.hnncrh wp hnvp rhpm nil Hi MONEY is now enjoying its handsome two blacksmith shops, one bank year, -modern structure, two story ' and poultry house. The town is We expect quite a boom here IK brick, on the site formerly occu- - surely waking up. The Kentucky Legislature has this year as we voted bonds to We tell vonhow. and oaybest market pied by the Green County Record prices. We are dealers; estatlished The next thing should be a tne amount ot one million seven been in anlinvestigating mood inlS53; andean do BETTER for you office. The concrete store build- good graded school, but it seems than agents or commission merhundred and fifty thousand dol- almost from the beginning of the! chants. References any bank in Louisville. Write for weekly price list. ing of Woodson Le ms which has to be the general opinion of the;lars session,' and the work goes on. for an ou;er and inner har. M. SABEL & SONS 5.33 E. Market SI, LOUISVILLE. XY. been under construction for sev- people that it would be too ex-- : bor and the work has aready the management of State instituDealers in FURS, HIDES, WOOL. eral months, is now nearing com- pensive to maintain. Yet this commenced. The Rivers and tions has been given quite a lot pletion. The year 1913 witness- section is one of the richest ag- of attention, and there have Harbors committee in Congress ed the removal of the old L. & N. ricultural section in Casey coun-- 1 been some interesting develophas passed favorabiyj a bill of was visiting Will Ed Squires, depot which had become inade- - ty to my knowledge. So, of ' nhnn. a:v h,qrod rtinnanmi dni. last Saturday night. ments. The argument jn the quite for the increased traffic, C0Urse, it is impossible for the Sampson impeachment proceedlars for helping us on our harbor. and witnessed the erection of a people to support a good school, This country is getting connectings will be made this (Tuesday) That is a pretty big undertaking Mr. Ruel Hutchinson's three for a town of twHntv thousand ed with the outside world most night. Sawyer Smith, a lawyer auaciuua muuciu suuuiuie uousistingofafiveroomwellequipp - child ren of Cane Vail ey, visited! nonunion, and onlv Wflpn every body has a phone in their of Barbourville, will defend ed with modern fixtures. The . residence. u.. , Judge Sampson and Attorney v. j. "icu ,i n n uuuiuiSiiftui, a years oia, out inere in Vjaiiiornia en-- , j lCVl days of last week. Wilson, of Lexington, will make ireiKiiu ueuaruiiem was aisu when we want a thing we go af- Mr,. Ulyses Harmon will leave larged to meet the increased j the speech for the State. The There were about sixty people ter it, and don't stop till we get for Louisville the 5th of Febru-i- t, traffic which the L, & N. had encharges against Sampson are and I hope you will keep lion ary, to visit his uncle, for at the party at Mr. Sherman joyed from this point. Although salty, and to an outsider he apaway and get that al weeks. Dickinson last Saturday night. the County was scourged with a pears to be in a close place. A All report a very nice time. railroad to Columbia which you James Webb and family have disastrous drought last year men large number of bills have been See Mis3 Gladys Henson, of White certainly need very badly moved back to Adair from Green in all lines of business claim that introduced in both branches, but City, is visiting her sister, Mrs. what railroads did for this place. county. it was more than an average year Fourteen years ago the Atchison tiie reai wum ui making laws O. L. Ellis, this week. so far as business was concerned. Mr. Jim Grasham, who bought will not come until later in . the Mrs. Grover Overstreetis teach Topeka & Santa Fee railroad The Banks, at the close of the session. built their line to this place, with what is known as the Ermine year, reported more money on ing a subscription school at this big shop and round house, then Cox farm, from Mr. Paul Again itjis intimated that the deposit than they have ever had place. The 29th of January would the Standard Oil Company came Smythe, moved to it last week, embargo onfmunitions of war be at any one time during their enThe farmers are taking advan have been the birthday of the with many other factories where They come from Burkesville, and and let the Mexicans settle tire history. The farmer, warn- tage of the fine weather and are farm houses existed. Now we we are certainly glad to have late lamented Wm. McKinley, lifted who was the President of the their trouble as soon as possible. ed by the ravage of the drought putting in some good licks. have a pay roll of over six mill- - them with us. Mr. Grasham That seems to be the quickest economized his expenditures and Mrs. O. L. Ellis and Mis Car- ion dollars per year. Last year paid twelve hundred and fifty United States, and who received his death wound from the hands way to secure peace, and possi- has been able to balance his ac- rie Pierce were at Russell Springs we built two school houses, cost- - dollars. of an assassin. Memorial ser- bly would not cause more deaths counts. More freight has gone last week having some dental ing one hundred and thirty ; Mr. John Will Cundiff bought out from this point than in any work done. vices were held Thursday in than the present slow process. thousand dollars, making eight one nice 4 year old mare from previous year. There were shipped many cities and towns throughMr. Joe Vaughn was at Co- in all, with a large High school, Mr. Hill, for $115. Greensburg. during the year 1913, 3,683 hogsout the United States. White and we expect to build two more j Mr. Will Ed Squires sold one heads of tobacco, 51 cars of lum- lumbia during court with two officials, Justices of the House and make repairs to the amount stack of hay to Brack Cain, fine mules to sell. for An epidemic of mumps has pre- ber, 5o cars of staves, 109 cars Supreme Court all wore flowers, of one hundred and fifty thous- Same party sold hi3 crop ' $23. President Wilson a red carnation vailed here the entire fall and of live stock, 105 cars of poultry and dollars this year. From California. of dark tobacco to J. A. Neigles, in memory of the dead states- winter, and a number of schools and 337 car loads of logs. The Hoping you will give this space for 3i and 0i a hundred. of the county has to dismiss on agents receipts show that the man. . in your paper as it may interest Richmond, Jan., 28th, 1914. account of the sickness of so ma travel from this point increased Mr. John N. Squires, one of some people, will quit for this iLUi iNews ny pupils. Just now' there a more than thirty per cent over tj:. xt our best farmers, lost 3 calves The Legislature seemed to be Sandy D. Gadberry. Some time ago I wrote a short time. last week, supposed to be smut of the opinion that its whole du- more than eight cases in town, the year 1912 to the News, which was letter on the corn. The rain of thjs week has been ty is probing. After investigatRussell CreeK. The tobacco market has been no doubt read by many of my ing all the States institutions, its a welcome visitor- as wells are strong and active and scarcely Mr. Jack Garnett sold his crop yet low and many springs have any rejections have been record- boyhood friends and acquaintanofficials and employers a resoluThe health is reasonably good of Burley tobacco to Walker and ces, one in particular, Charles tion was introduced to investi- not resumed natural work, while ed. The prices offered by the Gill, of Columbia, for 10 cents in this section. many have cisterns that were buyers have been satisfactory H. Jones, of Morganfield, Union gate Mr. Percy Haly and Sam The farmers are having some around. months ago to await and the farmers are well pleas- County, formerly of Knifley, on Shackelford as lobyist. This cleaned out Mr. James Suddarth sold a Casey creek, where he was $ne weather for turning the soil non sensical resolution, it wa3 the winter rains and they are ed with the market. More than raised, whom I have been trying and burning and sowing plant bunch of fat hogs to L. W. Benclaimed, reflected on the dignity yet dry. 200,000 pounds went across the nett, of Columbia, for 7 cents. to locate for a long time, and am beds. of ihe House and its author M. A. Blodgett, of Munger, breaks during the week and bur-le- y glad the News was the medium Mr. Creed Harmon, who has Mr. Luther Smith and John prices reached as high as withdrew it. Michigan, is the guest of his unrenewing old friendship. I been very sick, is better at this Hood were in Greensburg, last of cle, Editor J. R. Ward and Mrs. $19.75, with a floor average of formerly lived at what is now writing. week on Business. little more than $8. American hens evidently re- Ward. , . Neatsburg, and old Neatsville, Misses Carrie Hancock and Miss Mary Van Hoy is profuse to be made competitors of Cigar The market for dark tobacco also near Roley, on Casey creek, The Spalding-Anderso- n Penick were visiting gressing nicely with her class in the pauper pullets of Europe and factory which has been in opera- has tehdea higher every day and and would be glad to hear from Malinda at Cane Valley, last music, in this neighborhood. .Asia they quit the egg business tion for a number of years has closed firm and strong Friday. more of my old playmates, many relatives Sunday. Mr. Lucien Turner .sold one regardless of spring-lik- e been sold to E. T. Rogers, who Prices reached as high as $10.25. of whom I have lost track of, Mr. Ray Caldwell, of Milltown, mule for $100. will conduct the business under Several crops averaged over $8, and hope this letter may be the ! Ottley-Herrifo- wo wire last Thursday, the message coming from Congressman Helm, that the Board of Army Engineers would report favorably on an appropiation to lock and dam the upper Cumberland. For a time it seemed that this proposed improvement would be delayed indefinitely and since the prospect is so flattering we take pleasure in giving the news to our readers. Congressman Helm, Stanley, Shirley and James have all been active in securing the improvement of the Cumberland and it is gratifying to know that their labors will be crowned with success. This means much to the section of country through which this stream flows for no railroad facilities are in reasonable reach, While Adair county does not border on the river, yet a large part'.of the county extends to within a few miles and Columbia will becloser to the boats than to a frailroad. When the improvement is made more than half of the shipping from this county will bejby the river road unless a railroad is secured. To Hon. Harvey Helm we tender our good will and wishes for the interest and effective service rendered in securing this most needed improvement, beneficial to the State and especially to this section. We were notified by the firm name of the Greensburg Cigar Company. This factory uses Havana tobacco imported from Connecticut and is boastful of its popular "Black Prince" and "Landmark" cigar Henry Vaughn, the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Early Vaughn, and a grandson of Attorney Jeff Henry, is very ill of pneumonia at his grandfather's. Finis Wilson went to Lebanon this week to attend the annual banquet given by the Knights Templar and to take the degrees of that order. He was accompanied by Sir Knights Clayton Vaughn, Otis Moss and A. G. Moss. while the week was around $8.40. A great deal of Adair county tobacco has gone through this market this season and a number of crops of that County's production have averaged as high as $13. The largest customer of the market is Mr. Allen Walker, of Columbia, who has disposed of something like 50,000 pounds during the season. The floors are very nearly cleared and from now on the management hope to be able to take care of any emergencies and to prevent congesting such as prevailed a week or two ago. Dunnville. & d Bargains! Bargains! Sixty Cases of Little Queen Sugar Corn at 7J cents per can, cash or Produce. . SI ! COAL OAL 15c per gal Low prices on everything else kept in a first-cla- s Grocery store va k 2&. Nell & McCandless. m w last-Saturda- y urvevmg j i i ! j com-Avenu- e. f i as ! j t I i J j i , ! IKftlG rP"Mi J 1 ; j ! j ; j ! i j.i. uiiv-ic- r,;i,.v, ; ! ! i sever-hammeri- ng i i i ! j j j I j j - . j THE . A.DA1K COUNTY NEWS I I I No Substitutes "1ETURN to die srocer all sub- stitutes sent you for Royal Baking Powder. There is no sub stitute for ROYAL. Royal is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and healthful. Powders offered as substitutes are made from alum. 1 I I "Nearly 300,000 bushels of Argentine corn was being unloaded in this port today, and millions more from the South American Republic is under contract. The importations are the direct result of the removal of the duty on the staple under the recent iBWHWBWBBIWBi tariff act. "More than 1,000,000 bushels has been received in the United States Tobacco Plants. since the tariff went into effect, the first from the Argentine ever brought A serious disease to tobacco plants, here, and already the competition with Air. and Mrs. ohn Uurderte and which often greatly damages the crop, American, corn has forced a decline in daughter, Mildred, of Lebanon, visit- has been carefully studied by sci- cash values. ed Mr. and Mrs. Sam Burdelte lasr entists of the Demartment of Agri "Thirteen ships are now en route culture The Department has just is- - from the Argentine, and one Ameriweek. .sued an extensive report describing can manufacturing concern which uses Mr Cnt Golf, Cumberland county, ne nature an(, symptoms of the dis. corn in the manufacture of syrups and visited his sons here laht week. ease and such methods of control as kindred products, has 5.000,000 bushels Miss Elizabeth Farleigh, who was have been found effective. Careful from that country under contract for j detained at Richmond on account of experiment has shown that certain e ubiucij. sickness and death of a brother. sects spread this disease, aiid in green returned to her work in ihe public ' houses, plants screened with line A Great Surprise. cloth and fumigated with a nicotine schools last week. 'ere ePtf h the " Mr. J. K. Smith and Mr Letter Gad-lie,d' the on m?thod of C0llt1 ati On Thursday, January the twenty die,ofCampbell.svil!e. were here the . Jl presem avauao;e seems to l. tne ninth, a lew 01 Mr. Unas, nammona s oe l.l midrib nf lis prompt removal of all plants infected children and neighbors assembled Rev. Isaac Story. Glasgow, was with the disease. aether and sumrised him with abirth- nere a iew aajs oi last- weeK. Laborers in the operations of worm- - day dinner and nice presents. It was suckering, and topping tobacco his sixty-sixtbirthday and everyone Rev. J. S. Chandler met with the ' plants may readily communicate in-- 1 enjoyed themselves fine. Board ol Education. Louisville Confection from diseased to healthy We regret very much not having the ference, at Russell ville, last week. ... . . ..11 nhints. fnr if hwilMiv nlnnrs are rest oi nis cnnureu wicn .. mm as we jiisaui.zie narns was quite sick brought in contact with the sap of may never have the privilege of Mrs. Harriet Ann Morris is j With the exception of the tobac- week. 'diseased plants the malady is apt to sembling together for the same pur-MrRowe's X Cross Roads. i very low. She suffered a stroke, co habit a boy can take up any C. S. Harris, who was quite develop This is in addition to the ' pose again. May his future days be j of paralysis a week ago, and has thing he wishes, but you certain- sick last week, has very greatly im- - spread of the disease by insects, and spent with greater ease and more . M 11 Ti .1 D..A as the infection is so readily carried it pleasure. proved. oucu pretty weawier. it almost been in a critical nandifcinn ever ly can not "chaw" tobacco or is obvious that afflicted plants are :il- A loving grandson who was present. make a lazy man want to go to ;no Mr. C. A. Burns, of smithvillclnd., puff a cigarette, and be a stu- ., ,.,,i Mm. .,' . . i..Sii' ..... waJs ""Section centers so long as they WU.IU, iAUl.H,J. remain in the lield. Mr. P. M. Bryant has been dent of Berea College. Get rid eral weeks, started on his homeward' He saw his shadow Six more weeks n.ev. james sum van and Rev. quite sick for journey last Thursday of the habit and come and enjoy several weeks. of winter. have been taking.advantage of it. Several from this place have If you are a buyer of corn you will been attending court at Columbia like this if you are a seller you will not. It depends entirely on the point for several days. of vip.w. In either event the followMiss Florence Beard spent last ing dispatch shows what is happening to the market on a number of agri- week with her brother, Owen cultural products. Beard, of Eunice. An Associated Press dispatch from Mr. Clint Greer was visiting New Yorkhas the following which is of more than passing interest to con- friends near Columbia last Sunsumers of corn at this time: day. Qood News. Mr. James Goodin is selling out so far no one have been bitten. preparatory to going to Illinois, - Mrs. W. S, Pickett, of Pyrus, He intends to start about the ?u la iriMfirT kn1niiivLt.. uere tt cms 10th of February. wjuii6 ne. uauguim U week. I ! We have a mad scare here now. i Personals. i in-th- J 1 I J?" ..' 4 t i I "i .-- -- r-r j - j ; h j . Berea, Ky. Coomer & Gowen, the hustling merchants, of Sparksville, are fc! Jan., 28. 1914. receiving their tobacco this week. Tilden Wheeler bought out his Editor News: brother, Archey Wheeler, last After seeing that my letter-waprinted in the columns of Miss Fannie Neat spent two week. Consideration $1025. Arweeks with her sis'.er, Mrs. Nora chey is going back to Texas. He your last week's paper, will try-tcome again with a short letter. Tarter. keeps the road hot. Mrs. I. G. Hard wick has been The writer sold last week to The school at this place is proon the sick list for several days. Luther Grady, one horae mule, gressing nicely. A few of the boys thinking Mr. Wade Johns, of Taylor Co., for $117.50. was in this part looking after Rev. Rowe and Roach are car- they had to have their cighogs last week. rying on a series of meeting at arettes, undertook to walk of Berea with a cute litMrs. Elmer Grant, who has Harrods Fork. tle cigarette in their mouths been very sick for some time, is Mr. and Mrs. Sel Royse visitThey tlid that all right, but beseme better at this writing. ed J. M. Shives last Sunday. fore breakfast next morning, Miss Sallie Mat Burton spent Dock Rupe, who broke his foot they were summoned to appear last week with her cousin, Miss last fall, is gettng better. before Prof. Edwards, teacher Maggie Bailey of Taylor Co From the number of plant beds in charge of common school, and accompanied home last Sun- being burned, it looks like a" large where they were tried and found day by her friend, Mr. Whit crop of tobacco will be put out guilty, so by complete manageGreer, of this place. in this neighborhood. ment, he got them to the depot.. Mr. R. L. Neat spent last Satju3t in time to board the first urday night and Sunday with his Ozark. North-boun- d passenger train. daughter, Mrs. W. P. Tarter. Sorry to give them up, but this Mr Bill Bailey, of Taylor Co., Measles, whooping cough and js strictly not a smoking school. was in our midst one day last mumps are raging in this and ad- - So boys if you want to learn to wppv .. w.. joining neighborhoods. smoke don't come to Berea. s the-street- s i "! i i as-la- st s. i ; i , j . j i : News reached this place last your share of as good schooling themselves barns! Friday that the wife of Mr. Bud as vou will find in the State of K Mr. Wm. .Adams, Somerset, was ill UUSSELL CIRCUIT COUIIT which every man needs whether Bailey fas dead. They lived (Kentucky. Co'umbia last Thursdav ni K'WMTTTP.K'V he has anything to put in them Columbia, Ky. On Monday, the 2nd of Febru- near Knifley. Mr. W. J. Mackin, Lebanon, wasfrt Vernon Holt. Adm., Plft. j or not. They speak well for his the Hancock Hotel, last Friday. Sidney Holt, ec, Defts. It was with sadness we learned aiy Prof- - Durham will direct a farm. Edith. By virtue.of a Judgment and order Messrs. D. E. Hatcher, Sr., and I). consisting ot of the serious illness of Mrs. Lu - walking party, W. A. Cook went to Columbia E. Hatcher, Jr.. Glasgow, were here oj sale of the Russell Circuit Court, :Cy Hudson, also Mrs. Ruby Beau- - ten boys and the same amount of z to see our merchants Thursday, rendered at the October terra, there- Several from this place attend- - last Monday on a business trio. champ. They used to be our girls to "West Pinnacle," the Mr i wFPnttocnn left tin (Tue;- - of 191Ji ,u tne above styled action, xvev. j. r. Aaron preacnea or sucn uses as tne court ma here ed court at Columbia last week. day) morning, on a prospecting trip to point fron where Daniel Boone a,neighborSi after direct, 1 sha.l proceed to offer good sermon last Sunday at Oak Florida, nis tirst stop will be lira- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Williams t viewed the blue grass dnnr. in for ship, at r.liR Mjs.T. J. Bryant is not so e visited at Peck several days ofj Grove. He has an appointment Jamestown, Ky., to the highest and this week. For the past ion of Kentucky. From there Mr. Wm.llrVine. Of RUSSell Swine's. lmct hiflHar n nnhlln nnUnn nn Mnn. 1..4. 1. here every fourth Sunday. t0 a Iarge cavern father of Sirs. W. II. Wilson, spent day. the Kith day of February, 1914, two weeks she had some rest, we wili George Cook sold a horse for Miss Annie Campbell spent last week in Columbia. at one o'clock, p m. or thereabout, and did not cough so much. It calIed the rock hou5e' and chen a ben, cuit Court day,) upon a last Thursday with her aunt, Mrs. $150. Maj. J. W. Ottlev spent several is remarkable how patiently she visit win be made t0 the reat . days of last week in Louisville and Cin- - credifc of six months, the following de- iVimme Hnrnian Your scribe sold a mare for bears her affliction, meeting her tanks which furnish water for scribed property, cinnati. Two tracts of land lying in Russell Several from this place attend-count- fifty dollars. many friends who visit her with! the college. The distance of Mr. M. Cravens was at home the Ky., on the waters of Greasy ,, latter part of lastjweek, leaving for cleek, about two miles south of James- H. C. Gaines and family spent a smile. During the long years this Journey being nearly eight uyaiei supper at uuuii" his work at Athertonville .Sunday. town Ky and known as, the iJavia. vine last weaneaaay mgnt. a day at this place this week. she has been afflicted I have nev-- ; miles' lt wiH be necessary to take place. Mr. J. W. Shaw, who travels out of Jones lunch- - l suppose I will be one Mr. John Williams has about T. Hadley and wife put in a er heard her murmur. First tract containing 125 acres more Xashville, was here the latter part of among the number of this crowd, last week, spending Sunday of this or less; second tract containing 150 recovered from a spell of ty- day with Rev. James Sullivan Mr. Nathan Murrell remains more or less. week in town. and if so will try to tell later phoid fever. this week. feeble. Also one tract of land known as the Di. Woodruff Flowers and wife. as briefly as possible, the interMr. B. T. Evans was in CoI found here on the old Billy Mr. Tim Bailey, son of Mr. whose departure for Winchester, was Clarence Bernard place, and adjoining lumbia last Tuesday on business. Rowe farm a grave marked Charlie Bailey, of Roy, a well to esting things seen and heard. mentioned in our last paper, left tne above named tw tracts, Also one tract containing 25 acres, or will leave either Not knowing much to write Miss Pinkie Breeding and Mr. Margaret M. Stapp died Oct. II, do farmer, was married to Miss s lying on the south side of the for theirjnew home, carrying the best town and Greasy creek turnpiks. and Owen Tupman, of near Columbia, 1818, in the 27 year of her age. Vernettie Harvey, daughter of this time' win "ring .off," and of every body in Columbia. partly in the town of Jamestown. pare a little better for t0 Air. M.tthew Tavlor is recovering visited at Mr. J E. Beard's last This grave is marked with a Mr. George Harvey, of this place. Also two town ,ots id tbe town of from a long spell ofsickness. . sand stone slab 3 feet wide and The bride is an industrious young nex Jamestown, Ky., being a part of the Sunday. Mr. Ernest Harris will return to new jajj jot Hoping to hear from some of Mrs. W. R. Knifley and sons, 6 feet long. This grave is in Georgetowh The lirst two tracts named above Ray especial-speand Buford, were the pleas- the woods and is well preserved. Mr. Kent Bryant and wife the Adair countv folks Mr. XV.IT). Kinglcame in Friday and will be first sold separately, then both Old aunt Sallie Ann Blakey is remained with his friends several da s. tracts together, and the sale bringing ant guests of Mrs. Mont Harmon last Sunday with Mr. Sol- - v the bys and Sirls of the in very bad health. She is very Mr. CM. Baruett. reached horae lthe TSt money wi" be the one ac" one day last week. McEinley and his excellent ,'sey Greek community, through "cepted last Friday night e comimib ui me ew&. Mr. J. L. Beard, of Casey old and cant walk around but a familv. There is not a better FVir full flpQfrirf.inn nf tlio nhnvo Mrs. J. A Young has been confined A. C. Wolford. named ,ands ;md towa lots the Ju Creek, was in our midst last very little, but she is cheerful. informed man in the county than to her bed for the last two weeks with vnnnrA infi,. t r.;.,; Tuesday. McKinley. For several' The Kentllcky chart upon vhich is a sprained ankle, but is a little better Clerk,s ofl , referred t ' Logan Kimbler is on the sick Mr. Avnting. at this years he has been engaged in the all the Goyemors' of the State, map Mr. Bill Bailey and Mr. Wade list this week. For the purchase pfice, the pur Misslvatherme Dohoney Page will chaser with approved surety or sure- of fertilizer, and when the 0f Kentucky, three feet wide and four Bob Aaron's condition don't sale t icavc j. uesuaj lur uiauiorusviiie, ties, must execute bond bearing legal Johns, of Taylor county, spent selling season is over he spends feet long, is now offered by the Louis- where she will enter school. interest from the day of sale until several days of last week in this get any better. . several weeks riding over the ville Post to every subscriber of Mr. Frank Ballinger, Albany, was paid, and having the force and effect neighborhood. This is now Feb. 1st and the county making collections. He It is valuable and should be of a Judgment. Bidders will be pre here the first of the week. in every home. We will furnish the The beloved wife of Mr. Bud rain commenced to fall yesterday is Miss Sallie Field left today for pared to comply promptly with these an interesting talker, and a terms, chart, the Daily Tost and The Adair Bailey died last Thursday and and we are having some very Bradentown, Fla.. where she will vismore hospitable family would be County News, all for $3.50 one year. it her nephew and niece several weeks. n. n. Dunbar, Master Commissioner. was laid to rest In the Roley cem- cold weather. Guess I will have hard to find. Their door is al- Send your subscriptions to this otlice. etery Friday morning. to put off my corn planting a ways open to the stranger as Local MarRet. Mr. J. L. Campbell, of Dunn-vill- while longer. well as the friend. Additional Locals. For Sale. m Pelley, of and Miss Emma Mr. Marvin Medaris, wife and Eggs 24 Rugby. Pellyton, drove to Columbia last Farm for Sale. baby were the guests of Mr. and A. good second hand wagon, if Hens 11 !S-Russell & Co. where they were Chickens 11 Wednesday My farm located at Knifley, Adair Mrs. John White, a few days inches. Cocks 4 quietly married. Mr. Count Stults, of Columbia, We wish them county. For terras, call on or address ago, and attended the birthday r, Turkeys 00 W L. Russell, representing the Thomas Manua long and happy life. Geese Business Pho e 13 P 7 dinner of their little niece, Rosa Residence Phone-1- B Knifley. Ky. facturing Co., was with us last Ducks 10 I2-Mr. Leslie Comb est, of Casey B. i Mr. J. A. Russell, of Campbellsville, was here a few days, ago COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Tom Selby are both up-to-da- building Four good, young Jacks for sale, to 5 years old. Smith & Ilunn, 2 te G-- tf. ' ' , j ' t ' , t j Cnnrr-hnus- p. re-w- ell j j j ! -- - to-wi- ! t: y, I ' to-da- y. w ' James-wishe- ; ' ; I ! ! time-lady- I , nt ; Ca-om- on j -- -- , ,.. ; J : j ; that-paper- Tc-da- y. e, 2t 4t There was more dirt turned last week on Adair oounty farms than, any other week in any other January since Ginseng Beeswax Columbus left Corsica. A great many farmers have all their oat and.com Yellow Root land plowed. May Applefper lb) spring clipping. Hides (green) ... T. .. Feathers Wool IS . 15 40 5 60 25 Co., was in our midst last week, buying hogs. Neatsburg. week. White. Mr. Felix McKinley sold a T. J. Rosson was in Columbia good work mule to Sam Burdette last Tuesday on business. DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST rooms in Jeffries 2 75 All the dogs about town have either Be at the Methodist church Thursbeen put up or muzzled. day night. Born, to the wife of Alviii RosMr. Nathan McKinley sold his son, Jan., 25th, an eight pound We have had several days of boy, christened John Robert. farm at this place to Mr. Joe H. Brrger, consideratson 2,400. very fine weather, and farmers Mother and child doing well. for $200. Office, Front BTd'g up Stairs. Columbia, - Kentucky THE ADAIh COUNTY NEWS .u2fl A FranK Confession. The BORE HIS HONORS MEEKLY. Friends and neighbors: t am grateful for past favors, and having supplied my store with a fine line of choice wines and liquors, allow me to inform you thatl shall continue to make drunkards, paupers and beggars for. the sober, industrious, respectable part of the community to support. My whiskies will excite riot, robbery and bloodshed. They will diminish your comforts, increase your expenses Scrap Book ger, took the needy one to a hotel and shared a really fine dinner with him. yet, having left his episcopal wallet in the pocket of a different episcopal jacket, suddenly faced the embarrassment of not possessing the wherewithal to pony up. "Never mind." exclaimed his guest: "I have enjoyed dining with you. and I shall be charmed to shoulder the cost Permit me." Whereupon the stranger paid for two. This worried the prelate, who insisted. "Just let me call a cab and we'll run up to my hotel, where 1 shall have the pleasure of reimbursing you." But the stranger met the suggestion with. "See here, old man, you've stuck me for a bully good dinner, but I'll be hanged if I'm going to let you stick me for car fare!' "God Bless My Mother!" little child with flaxen hair And sunlit eyes so sweet and fair, Who kneels when twilight darkens all. And from those loving lips there fall Tho accents of this simple prayer: "God bless God bless my mother!" A Couldn't Stick Him Again. A bishop, accosted in Fifth avenue. New York, by a neat but hungry stran- I shall confidently recommend them as sure to multiply fatal accidents and incurable diseases. and shorten life. They will deprive some of life, others of reason, some of character, and all of peace. They will make fathers fiends, mothers widows, children orphans, and A white haired man who gazes back Along life's weary, furrowed track your sons all poor. I will train And sees one face an angel now Hears words of light that led aright. dissipation, ignoin infidelity, And prays with reverential brow, "God bless God bless my mother!" rance, lewdness, and every othWith the er vice. I will corrupt the min- "On a Hit Him Scotland I Text. to the went visit to religion, obstruct the old United Presbyterian kirk at isters of said a clergyman, "and 1 heard gospel, defile the church, and a good story about a former minister. His name was the Rev. David Caw. cause as much temporal and and he was very diminutive, standing five eternal death as I can. I will onlytoaboutaltar afeet two inches. lie led strapping, handsome the Aspiration. There are lots of railroad ties public," lass some five or sis inches taller than Did you ever hear of a man who Pickett a few days ago a son. thus "accommodate the he, and her name was Grace Wilson. had striven all his life faithfully "The Sunday after the it may be at the loss of my got a neighboring ministerwedding he singly toward an object and in and VV. H. Kemp, who was one of to be hauled this year from this no to preach never-dyin-g soul, but I have a for him. so that he could sit with his measure obtained it? If a man con- the Board of Supervisors, re- section. bride on the first Sunday. The minis- stantly aspires is he not elevated? turned home a few days ago. family to support the business ter was a good deal of a wag. so Mr. Thoreau. Me3srs. A. G and H. A. Moss, Caw made him promise faithfully that Mr. Allen Parson, who has of Greensburg, attended the funpays and the public encourages he would not allude in his sermon to Willis Is Barking. Edward Dulwer Lytton Dickens, the himself, his bride or the fact of the been our!huxster for some time, eral of uncle Bill Pickett here it. marriage. The wag gave the promise youngest sou of the novelist, emigrated no to Australia and died in Sydney at the sermon that in I have paid my license and the allusion his that kind he would make Mr. age of fifty one. He represented a con- has givenjup the job to Abe Par one day las week. whatever, but of stituency in the parliament of New traffic is lawful and if I don't sell Caw nearly sank through the floor South Wales for six years. Once when son. when the text was given out Mr. Alex Estes has moved to the house in Sydney it somebody else will. I know Ephesians iii, S. 'Unto me, who am he was addressing again snappishly inDon't you Believe It less than the least of all saints, is this he was again and place to run a blacksmith terrupted by a member named Willis this the Bible says: "Thou shalt not Grace given.' " Some say that chronic constpation At last Mr. Dickens stopped to remark: shop. cannot be cured. Don't you believe it "Mr. Speaker, my father coined a fakill." "No drunkard shall enter Poor Defenseless Men. Miss Mary Pickett is teaching Chamberlain's Tablet have cured A certain painter in New York, mous phrase. 'Barkis is willin'.' Unnot you? Give them atrial. the kingdom of heaven," and I though' he is still a young man and der present circumstances I am strong- a subscription shool here with -why They cost only a quarter. For sale by ly tempted to reverse it and say. 'Willooks younger, has a way of winning do not expect the drunkard-make- r Ad. Paull Drug Co . prizes at National Academy exhibi- lis is barking.' " The house laughed, several pupils. tions and such; also he has a studio and the iuti'rruptions ceased. to fare any better, but I want near Central park. The other day he Disfigurement Explained. an easy living, and I have re- went into the park with the sort of One day an El Dorado man met up paraphernalia artists use when they go solved to gather the wages of in- sketching. He picked out a place to with a citizen who evidently had had Birdseve view ol our Plant him, set up fell trouble. His lip was split open, and iquity and fatten on the ruin of suitvery earnestly.his workshop and was two of his front teeth were missing. to Presently he aware of something behind him some His left eye was entirely closed, and my species. his right orb of vision was surrounded thing with eyes. He looked up. C-ville, Sa-voch- ," A youth upon life's threshold wide. Who leaves a gentle mother's side. Tet keeps enshrined within his breast Her words of warning, still the best. And whispers when temptation tries, "God bless God bless my mother!" Likewise the Substantial Trimmings That Went With Them. While he was attache of the British embassy in Washington the late Henry Labouchere, when a young man, Although those may dispute it who without griping and without turned up in New York one day have not tried it, yet thousands of the system. It contains tonicshock to hungry and penniless. properothers, who speak from personal experiAt noon, with his usual reckless dar- ence, assert that there is a permanent ties that strengthen the stomach and euro for chronic constipation. Some bowel muscles so that in time medicines e ing, he entered a Broadway testify they were cured for as little as of all kinds can be dispensed with and one Muldoon's and ordered a fifty cents, years ago, and that tho nature is again solely relied on. never back modest meal. But he had no idea how trouble admit came took on them, while Among the legions who testify to these they others he would pay for this meal. Perhaps before a steady cure was several bottles facts are J. F. Blankenship, Sharon. Tenn.,, brought about. and Beulah I. Rogers, Ky he would leave his hat or boots in The remedy referred to is Dr. Cald- and they always have a Kosmosdale. in the bottle of it well's Syrup Pepsin. It has been on house, for it is a reliable laxative pledge for it. As he pondered the tie for al' market for over a quarter of a matter he noticed that the waiters, entury and has been popularized on Its the family from infancy to old age. Anyone wishing to make a who were staring at him oddly, were merits, by one person telling another. of thi.s strongest supporters remedy before buying it jn trial regular The fact the Were the waiters ire women that its all Irishmen. and elderly people the ones way of a druggist at fifty cents or one aware of his lack of funds? His most persistently constipated makes it dollar a large bottle (family size) can regarding it as have a sample bottle sent to the homo certain that luncheon seemed strangely long in a, permanent the claims cure for constipation have free of charge by simply addressing Dr. coming. But just then a waiter bent not been exaggerated. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St., It is not violent like cathartic pills, Monticello, 111. Tour name and address over him and whispered salts or waters, but operates gently, on a. postal card will do. "I beg pardon, sir. but are you the patriot Meagher?" Now. Meagher. Labouchere knew. had aided Smith O'Brien in his Irish j rising, had been deported to Australia PioRett. and had escaped thence to New York, j Meal is selling at $1.00 per The ready young man. in answer to bushel at G. W. Dudley's. cue waiter s question, put ms loreunger upon his lip. "Hush." he murmured. W. C. Rorlgers, who has been Mr. Simon Hunn left one day And he looked around the room cautiously. down wich 'fever for several last week to attend school at It was at once felt that Labouchere was the patriot Meagher. And so the weeks, is better. Bowling Green. choicest wines were set before him, and, in place of the modest chop he j Uncle Bill Pickett, who has Mr. Van Whitlock, of Bliss, is had ordered, a luncheon of nine or ten been blind for several years, died elaborate courses was brought on. attending schocl at this place. At the end, lighting one of the estabon the 22nd, T914, at his son's in lishment's finest cigars, Labouchere deMr. George Whitlock, a gromanded his bill. His waiter smiled, Metcaifecounty, and was buried retired and soon came back with a cery drummer, of was big. handsome man the proprietor in the Pickett cemetery. He was himself. The proprietor, bending over here one day last week. buried by the Masons, funeral by the youth, said earnestly "From one like you. a sufferer in the Mr. G. W. Dudley and Mr. Ot good cause. 1 can take no money. It his pastor.JBro. Christie. has been a privilege to serve you. sir. tie Franklin have swapped horses J. H. JRodgersMre turned from Permit a brother patriot to shake you by the hand." three times within last few days. And Labouchere shook hands with Columbia Monday evening where the proprietor and with the dozen he had been as a special juror in Willie Stults. of Springfield, waiters and stalked forth into the cold 111., returned home a few days world with the stern, sad. but indomi- a murder case. table look which it seemed to him that an exiled patriot should wear. Born, to Ithe wife of Philip ago on a visit. chop-housj i j A Permanent Cure For Chronic Constipation PTTV' '..'J ) SI left me with a frfehtful coush and very weak. 1! had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak lor 10 to 20 minutes. Aly doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. AND 50c J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY Special Fistulo, Attnetin .n E)es Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Alon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION' SEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDED. ON' BURKSVILLE STREET. Joseph 3 H. Stone, w Attonev-At-La- Will practice m this and adjoining counties. : Jamstown, A Kentucky Splendid Clubbing Bargain We. Offer The Adair News And County -- The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One others- - Year For Onl v new pLo5 SHb.scrlprlon.s may br or renevjl I shall therefore carry on my business with energy, and do my best to diminish the wealth of the nation, and endanger the safety of the State. As my business flourishes in proportion to your sensuality and ignorance, I will do my best to prevent moral purity and intellectual growth. There stood a smartly dressed young lady, aged five or thereabouts. She was frankly interested in what he was doing and met his gaze without embarrassment. "Do you mind if a little girl looks over your shoulder?" she said. "Not if she is a good little girl." replied the artist politely, and went on with his painting. It was some time before he looked up again. The young lady of five was still there. She caught his eye and bent toward him with ah eager, coaxing smile. "What do the naughty little girls say to you?" she whispered. New York by a deep border of blue black color. "Been fooling around a mule?" cheerfully asked the El Dorado man. "Nope." gloomily replied the man with the split lip "I saw a man yesterday, and we got to taikin' about What The Weekly Enquirer Is It is issued every Thursday, SubeertptioB prk per year, and it ia one of the bast home metropolitan weeklies of It has al tbe faciligreat DAILY ENQUIRER for attainties of the ing tbo World's events, and for that reason can give you all the lea 1 ng news. It carries a great amount of valuable farmmattr. erispt editorials and reliable market reports. 13 numerous departments make a necessity te every home, form or business raa to-da- y. "a oo a I jooo( j2 wv 3Pi r n si .Jgg&tfp "Largest in Dixie" Should you doubt my ability, Mystery. I refer you to the pawn shop, the A Mme. Loubet'sis Corset told in Paris capital story being poor house, the police court, the of M. Loubet. The other afternoon a friend saw the seated in Post ss Tnis grand offer is limited and we advke you te taKe advantage by subscribing for tbeabevecors-binatio- n right now. Call or mail orders te, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS- - W. J. hospital, the penitentiary, and his carriage on the boulevards Quite two hours later the friend happened the gallows, where you will find to pass again. Loubet was still there. Approaching the carriage, the passerby many of my best customers have inquired: "Well, Emile. you have more nowadays what gone. A sight of them will con- leisure with. And than you know"Mme. to do madaine?" vince you that I do what I say. Loubet." echoed . 'the in there-;h- as "she's quite well. She's Allow me to inform you that you been for two hours." pointing to the shop. It was "Au Corset Mystere." are fools and I am an honest sa "It will be a mystery to me." added Loubet. "if she gets fitted by dinner. loonkeeper. J. J. McMurtrey. She certainly won't after." New York nt Hughes & Sons Co., Louisville, Kentucky. Incorporated u ;g. p. smythe for and Columns, j Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write forour Catalog EVERYTHING IN WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, REINSURANCE real;estate jm ,1 Sun. The above, with type en larged, is an exact copy of Mr. McMurtrey 's called business card, His place is Flagstaff, Arizona. "The Temple Saloon." On the reverse side he styles him- self "Dealer in whiskies, wines, beer and cigars. " This is a good message among to saloon apologists business men, and to those poor, deluded souls who "can drink or let it alone." The Telescope, Dayton, Ohio. Slayer and Sleigher. "THAT'S WHAT I TOLD HIM." In the first number of the Atlantic . He said to Monthly Ralph Waldo Emerson had a Kansas and other-statesme thatKansas is no good; that any poem called "Brahma." which puzzled both critics and common readers. man is a fool who will live in this Some said it was the greatest poem of state." The El Dorado man flared up at the century. Some said it was nononce. "The man is a liar." sense. The first verse ran as follows: "Yes." said the disfigured man sadly; If the red slayer think he slays. "that's what I told him." Kansas City Or if the slain think he is slain, They know not well the subtle ways Star. I keep and pass and turn again. Well Countered. That winter it happened that a relative of the poet Longfellow, living in Andre de Fouquieres. the cotillion another state, bought a sleigh, and in leader of Paris, is. like most cotillion a family letter to the cousins in Cam- leaders, very gentle and mild of manbridge there was a wail lest the Janu- ner. ary thaw which had followed the pur.During M. de Fouquieres' visit to chase should keep them from enjoying New York a well known matron, after ihe gay cutter that season. When the talking to him for some ten or fifteen letter was answered Longfellow minutes at a dance, said: this verse: "Now, trot along. M. de Fouquieres. TO ON THE PURCHASE OF A You're altogether too ladylike for mel" SLEIGH. The young Frenchman, rising, anIf the red sleigher think he sleighs. swered: Or if the sleighln think It is sleighin. "I'm sorry I can't say the same for They know not well the subtle ways Of snow, that comes and goes again. you. madam." Exchange. ! con-Mbute- R. 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They were holding the annual charirendered incapable of active ex- ty bazaar in an English town, and the rich merchant of ertion by any sort of sad accithe place, followed by his pomdent ; I have not been laid up six pous footman in months by inflammatory rheama-tism- ; smart livery, was going from stall I have not lost my situato stall, spending tion on account of my religious Scrap Book A Preliminary Test of Skill By MARK HAMMERTON Tiie Woman's Tonic a trial. I still use Cardui when and it always does me good." ut THE REGULAR PRICE OF I feel a little bad, THE LOUISVILLE TIMl! Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-oSigns that you need Cardui, the woman's ly trouble. tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. IS If YOU $5.00 A YEAR YOUR ORD WiLL SEND Get a Bottle Today 164 TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNT Newest Comet Drawing Near. when MarK TWain was Serious. ' NEW AND Delavan's comet, the latest Mark Twain wrote, in one of stranger in the sky to come with- - his note books, a passage that in the range of the telescope of ' may well take its place among may be visi-- 1 the best things ever said about expert t e to the naked eye soon. The the style of the Old Testament: faintly illuminated, betailed ob-- j "It is hard to make a choice of let, apparently is drawing near-;- r the most beautiful passage in a the earth, although up to a book which is so gemmed with few nights ago it was not to be beautiful passages as the Bible. jeen by a less powerful glass Who taught those ancient writfinder of the ers their simplicity of language, han the & rreat telescope at the Naval Ob- their simplicity of expression, servatory, at Washington City. their patho3, and, above all, Scientists are keenly interested their facult of sinking them- n the comet, which was discov-- j selves entirely out of sight of ired by Paul T. Delevans, of the the reader, and making the nar- -- regjjF.tiae Naval Observatory atjrative stand out alone, and seem La Plata. It was first observed to tell itself? Shakespeare is al- in this country by Prof. Asaphall ways present when one reads his is present U. S. N., at the Naval Observa- - books; Macauley tory, on Thursday, December IS, when we follow the march of his and observations were taken stately sentences; but the Old again later. It has been report- - Testament writers are hidden ed as having been seen in Europe, from view. star-gazer- s, t THE L0UISV1LEI TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR principles; I am not poor man, but am doing pretty well in my line of business; I have not a wife and three ehildren dependent on me for support, for I am a contented bachelor, happy in ; the possession of no living I am not studying for the ministry ; your next door neighbor did not mention your name to me; I never" step right in," interrupted the weary woman, with a deep sigh of relief. "I have been waiting for you for the last ten years. Step in I don't care what you are selling, whether it's horn combs or clothes wringers. I'll buy. And if you want a cup of coffee or a glass of good, hard .fcider, just say so. Step in don't bother to wipe your feet!" Puck. rela-ti7es- his money freely. "Ah. Mr said a really sweet and charming lady at one of the stalls, "and what are you going to buy? Dear old auntie and I are running this table, and we have homemade cake s. aprons, THE OLD LADY penwipers and" DREW NEAR. 'Yes." said F.. "and I'll buy just one of each. 'Cut do you sell kisses at your stall ?" "Oh, certainly!" came the ready reply. "One guinea each!" "Right!" replied the autocrat. "Then I'll take a couple and good measure, please!" "Aunt." remarked the fair and dainty damsel, "forward, please! Two kisses for this gentleman!" The old lady drew near, and for a moment the man of means was nonplused, but only for a moment. Then he turned to his servitor: "James." he said coolly, "just take this purchase, please!" Fitz-brendon- ." Still shall the soul around it callThe shadows which it gathered here. And. painted on the eternal wall. The past shall reappear. - The Past. Think ye the notes of holy sons On Milton's tuneful ear have died? Think ye that Raphael's ansel throns Has vanished from his side? The pictures of the past remain. Man's work shall follow him. -- Whlttler. Oh, no! We live our life again. Or, warmly touched or coldly dim. FOR ONLY $4.50. prin- five-inc- h THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper ted anywhere. Has the best corps of corr . j j pondents. Covers the Kentucky field c. fectly. Covers the general news ficl completely. Has the best and fullest tna !The j j kets reports. i The Daily DEMOCRATIC in politics hi fair to everybody. I ' Adair SII And The pti SEND YOUR SUBSCKir j TION RIGHT AWAY DENTAL OFE'ICE County It News Dr. James Triplet! DENTIST 3 the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. is Democratic Wood-ro- NFXT TO POST OFFICE Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 20. OFFICE PHONE! 0 and is heartily supporting w i, rvzrz7zrz:t P"a , ii sWilson for the : ' 7" .. Z .i - Lsi ... ' k .f ca W'-- a :. ci-ir- ' U i;of. ' 15 .v.t l.vj 'iti. '.t yci-- :'., I " i i - ..' 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Indeed, he was rather an alarm of lire pleased at the novelty of the plan. was rung in. and Washburn arranged for a test of skill a fire engine In a fencing academy and brought a Luke Mcluke's Sayings. rushed by throwbasket of eggs to the place, which were ing up sparks of to serve as targets. The affair being fire and clouds of an unusual one, none of the safeguards This greatgirl who smoke. common in duel preliminaries were ly excited Pat. taken Washburn fixed the target, susto used to know how to cook and who called get his pending the eixs by a thread. Donhoff up comrade to and 1 tossed for order of trial, and I and come to the sew now has a daughter who can won. Each principal was to deliver window, but Mike , fioijj five shots, and the one who shattered was fast asleep. play football fix a carburemore eggs than the other won. Another engine "come quick and The day before the test I could tor. soon followed the look!" scarcely hit a barn door, but I pracfirst, spouting Some girls are 30 afraid that smoke and fire like the former. This ticed sufficiently to hit an egg at least was too much for Pat. who rushed ex- once in five shots On the trial I spatyou will imagine thaey are mod- citedly to the bedside and. shaking his tered the contents twice. Donhoff. who friend, called loudly: like all German army officers was a est that they do nothing but "Mike! Mike! Wake up! Come good marksman. looked upon my work quick and look! They are moving hell, with evident contempt I missed the brag about their modesty. and two loads have gone hy already!" first and second shots, and as soon as I had done so he seemed to lose all inPhiladelphia Ledger. Any farmer will tell you that terest in the contest He had doubtless trial and discovered Cold. there "ain't no sich" animals as The No Wonder It Was of the true made a previousess every time. he could hit the abseutmindeduess I had been Instructed by Washburn scholar is well illustrated by this story: a gyasticutis or a $50 dog. "My dear." said the professor on en- that when I beat Donhoff and Washburn assured tering the that if his plan Most men would gladly love last winter, dining room one cold day worked I would me was Immediately I "don't alarm yourself, but to a slight palsy has manifested itself in renounce my right to make a target their neighbor if she would let my left foot. In spite of the fact that of him Washburn hung an egs for the glass is 22 degrees above zero my aim. He fired somewhat carelessly and them. right foot feels more than normally missed. He was surprised especially at When a man tries to be polite warm, whereas the left is quite rigid seeing the egg vibrating from the wind and stiff and cold as ice." of thf ball. He fired a second shot, this Dpon the directions of the family time aiming carefully Again he missto his wife she. getsMsuspiciou physician, who was summoned without ed, and nsriiiu the egu danced. If now and knows be has been doing delay, the professor was put to bed. he hit th eg:r at every remaining shot when it was discovered that he had he could still beat me. Though he took something AWFUL. two socks on his right foot and none a long time to aim before the third on his left foot! hot. he missed it The people who are most in He could now only tie me. But he r-1 TU....L1 L- I- tlf ci D..11 . cfjuri. i uuuyiii nc had become so irritated with himself vds - cuuer need of advice are the lads who At a party the hostess said to a that he was not capable of doing as guest; "I want you to entertain Mr. good work as before He missed the are always trying to give it Blank a little. Lie looks bored to fourth and fifth shots, the egg at each away. death. I will introduce him. and you successive shot vibrating less, indicatmust try to amuse him. You know his ing that his aim lind crown less accustrong point is butter, on which he has rate On missing the fifth bot he As soon as a girl discovers that threw his pistol down with an oath. written a book." a man is married, she quits posThe lady guest graciously undertook Washburn hot me a glance, and I the task of entertaining the man. in- cried. "I renounce the right have ing for him. wardly wondering that he should be so won!" and. hastening to Donhoff. put interested in butter of which she out my hand. He took it. muttering When Ignorance i3 Bliss the knew very little when his face indi- Imprecations on himself for having cated a mind given to much profound been so clumsy Then he and his party Blissful One always tries to pose thinking. thanked me for my magnanimity and However, with butter in view, she left the academy as a Wise Guy. began on the weather, gradually got to "By Jove!" exclaimed Washburn, the country, then on to a farm, from sinking Into a chair "If those fellows We all like to imagine that we that to cows and at last to .butter. The had exercised the care they man looked more bored than ever, the would have taken in an ordinary duel are the busiest people in the magic word butter producing not the r would have had to leave Berlin." worlp. But a dog fight or a fire slightest effect, and he left her some"What do you mean?" I asked. what abruptly and soon withdrew from "You fired at a solid ef:. Donhoff at the house. can always draw a crowd. a shell from which I had drawn the "I did my best." she explained to the i contents No ball will hit an empty many hostess. "1 went through agonies to eggshell The wind will drive it aside There wouldn't be so prove that I was deeply interestpd in every time " Young Men call butter, but it was all in vain." marriages if the We had won by a Yankee trick, but "Butter!" exclaimed the hostess. early in the morn- "What possessed you to talk to that since it was merely to avoid blood ed on the girls spilling our consciences did .not trouble man. of all men. on butter? I told you ing instead of late in the even-- ! he bad just written a book on Buddha. as. I entered Berlin society ander Washburn's wing with great eclat I deeply ing. The Special Scenery works j and I knew how same you two were feared that I would be called upon 'to subject" Interested in the my championship, bat wa And they said in chorus, "Graciouar maintain wonders. let sevrely alone. -- Strand Magazine. Methodist Minister Recommends Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Rev. Jas. A. Lewis, Milica, Minn., writes: "Chamberlain's Cough Jrera-ed- y has been a needed and welcome guest in our home for a number of years. I highly recommend it to my fellows as being a medicine worthy of trial in cases of coughs, colds and croup Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a trial and we are confident you will find it very effectual and continue to use it as occasion requires for years to come, as many others have done. For Ad. sale by Paull Drug Co. ( "I vill pig stick you!" The words were addressed to me by a lieutenant In the German army. He was very young, his beard just sprouting, and since there had been no war between Germany and any other power since long before he was born ho had had no way of letting off his surplus vim. We were in a beer garden, and he had been sitting at a table near one at which I sat with a party of American friends. Getting up from hi3 table, he walked past us. and, my foot being in his way. he took pains to stumble against glaring down at me. lie said in English: "I vill pig stick you!" "What does the fellow mean?" "You've been challenged to Oght a duel." said Washburn, an attache at the American legation, ne had lived In Berlin a number of years and knew the ways of the inhabitants. "He can send all the challenges he pleases." I said. "I'll pay no attention to them." "In that case," Washburn replied, "you must give up the social stand you. have prepared to take in Berlin. I shouldn't like to put you forward as E have promised unless you either fight young DonholT. whom everybody knows and who is on intimate terms with the imperial family, or find some way out of the matter." "What way out of the matter la there?" "I'll think it over. I've helped several Americans out of such scrapes. By the bye. I think I'll try the plan by . which I saved Albertson from getting a sword thrust between his ribs." "What plan?" "I didn't explain it till the affair was settled, nor will I tell you. Put yourself in my hands, ask no questions, and I think I can bring you out of this with honor, probably with eclat" I assented, and he took a message from me to Donhoff. I was an American, and Americans did not fight duels. However. I was willing to fight ander certain conditions, or, rather. I would prove myself more skillful than he. We would fire at a hen's egg at twenty paces. If he hit the egg oftener than I. I would stand up and permit him to shoot at me as long as he liked If I hit the egg more times than he, he was to submit himself as a target for old-fashion- ed ad i 1 one-tent- h J . A . 8 Gradyville. From Illinois. THEZADAIR COUNTY NEWS rp : Look out for mad dogs, is the topic of the day. that Plenty of rain this week. Philip Sherrill, of Green river section, was to see his father last week. Morrison & Baker, of Columbia, $were here one day last week looking after their timber. Judge J. C. Carter stopped over night on his return from Columbia, one day last week. Nat Walker and James Diddle made a trip to Greensburg one day last week. Strong HiU is putting in a saw mill in the community of Pickett, at this time. Mrs Eliza Simmons and son are visiting relatives "at Jamestown this week. k, - -- Messrs. Ed and U. N. Whit-loc"Mecca" of Bargains, the Ww'XffiS&s to drag your- as the Missouri Compromise, tary emancipation, followed by of Bliss, were through this S2 House of which admitted Missouri as a the Constitutional Amendment. ' couraged, blue, with no interest in things. ,., , . TT section la3t week looking gaf ter ambition, iuu bristling. slave State but forbade slavery Uiiuuuuiuuucu euicumiuauuiJ were no means to no energy, nerveskhuw wnai feel your it & tobacco. Ao2coxSlnatloi-- a North of 36 degrees 30 minutes only the natural steps by which " Mr. A. T. Sherrill continues in U?"t SiSnSysSepnSi vlTs North latitude was unconstitu- j.change involving consequences and aches and discomforts of your sex Incorporate a very critical condition. feelings that no one but a tional, and that a slave owner 01 SUCh Vast extent Was reached. those awful understand. woman can 522 and 524 West Market St. now think! how win you feei when The determination of the Mr. Sam Walkup, of Garlin, might settle with his property nil this Tins vanished? How Will you has , spent a day or so in this commun- where he pleased, in any territo Northern States to purbue rhp feel when wonderful HOOT - JUICEwhen ,, of these svmntoms . ......-... j,..,. trn nlKJUt your uuue run iuu ity last week in the interest of ry. Following this came John war to, its conclusion on the orig- of vimrr.ri energy and find each task a and pleasure? How will you feel to be free of from dragging aches and pains, free from his monumental work. Brown's raid into Virginia his inal issue led to the that terrible nervous tension and to feel well and strong the "Great Emancipator," as like vour old self in mind and bod just Messrs. Leftwich land again? attempt to excite a slave insurTry it. Trv ROOT JUICE for ten days president in 1864. two popular young men, rection, and his death upon on a positive guarantee, a guarantee mind that means money back instantly if The decisive victory of Grant you, are not perfectly delighted with the vou of Edmonton, were shaking hands the gallows There was nothing results. It's easy to take, tastes good, with their many friends in our for it but war, and into war the over Lee on April 2, 1865, speed- and a better medicine for weak,was never men and women out let anybody made. ily followed by the surrender of of it. Don't ROOT JUICEtalk youtime. community one day last week. fiPBggjMWSBgwWBBWIyUStw.'ft-'11this Try country rapidly drifted. l"''a',MnMIWWwtfwaKBWaiPi9WBaiaMi longest day you the latter, had just afforded the vnn'ii ho thnnkful the drug stores sell live. All first class Dr. John A. Yates, of EdmonThe Presidential campaign of JUICE one dollar per large bottle prospect of an immediate termi- ROOTthey guarantee it relief or monoy and ton, spent one night last week 1860, was the most confused in lack instantly nation of this long struggle, when with his uncle Charlie, in our the whole history of American city. The night was a very en- politics. There was talk, of se- on the 14th of the same month, the Slashes." The address was' joyable occasion witn Uncle cession in the air There were President Lincoln was assasinat-e- d a tame aftair as was the person-a- l FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN by a man by the name of John greeting when Lincoln made1 Charlie. notorious war preparations in the Wilkes Booth, who uttered the himself known. Clay was conrte-ou- s All Pictures of Kentucky's Governors From the foundation of the State to tha prnt "Messrs. Altshler & Co., of South. The North was divided. time Ths onlr complete collection in exUtenco words "sic semper tyranus" as He may never, but cold. Horse Cave, called in to see us Every man felt that parties State3. fromWash-in"tPictures of all Presidents of the he fired the fatal shot which took have heard of the man, then in to Wilson-- ITass of air Nations in colors. The Countiea.towris.rauroaas.Con-Eresjion- al Kentucky Map showins while en route for Columbia, one would have to be rearranged and districts, etc Latest Kentucky Census. effect in the back of the Presi- his presence, who was to secure, complete map of theUnitcd States. FullandccmpieteoapoUEe day last week, to buy mules. new political frontiers defined. world. IntheHistoncal Kentucky sketch is given thepoutical dent's head. He struggled against without solicitation, the prize! statistics from the f oundation of the State tot ne present tune. The platform of the RepubliMr. Alfred Parson, the well- It includes: All Stati Officials. Executive Department. AU. death for several hours and ex- which he for many years had un- -' Departments of the State Government with the heads of eaca ariou3 Department and the clerical force with th.r salaries. known mill man, of our city, says can party, under which Lincoln pired the next day, April 15th. Kentucky Boards and Court3 with their staff wthottcers and "P successfully sought. Lincoln was Political Committees and Organizations of the salaries. we will have to write to High- was elected, is the most sig In the affection of the American State. Kentucky United Stites Senators. jentucKy Justices. Speakers of the Kentucky House. ConRresonal disenchanted; his ideal was shatDistricts. Railroad Commission rs. Senatonal Ub.ncu. land Park, for hands to assist in nificant in the political history of people Lincoln holds a place secCountie3 of Kentucky, when made and from what Counties. why Clay' tered. One reaaon Republic, and contains the AUoEthoViUlStatuticscf Kentucky. the timber business in this sec the j&fljfs ond only to Washington. had not realized his ambition had This unique and valuable Atlas is free tion. Ihe demand is greater essence of all its history since to all Evening Post subscribers. If not During the afternoon preced- become apparent. now a subscriber, send 3.00 for a full that date. It denounced the than the supply. ing his assassination the Presiyear's subscription, or $2.00 for a six Clay was cool and dignified; months' subscription by mail. Dr. S. Simmons and Dr. L. C. threats of disunion made in dent signed a pardon for a solII Lincoln was cordial and hearty. Pleats andertUncCtlicse rates are by saall Congress, as "an avowel of conNell spent one day in Columbia only, aad not through carrier or asent. dier sentenced to be shot for de- Clay's hand was bloodless and templated treason," which it was OUR SPECIAL C0J1BINATI0H OFFER: last week. sertion, remarking as he did so, frosty, with no vigorous grip in - $3.00 Pailr Erenine Post, one year 31,50 Our town was full up with the duty of the people to rebuke "Well, I think the boy can do it; Lincoln wa warm, and its KaatBcky Genrerscr'a Wall Chart - ( .i and forever silence. It asserted N 81.00 ne .d n r f se fnr commercial men last week, and more good above ground than clasp was expressive of kindliS:;." :M .i TI r mmv i fe:r ibt that the normal condition of all if from the appearance and smile under ground." ness and sympathy. the territory of the United States they all wore they must have This will be followed by a letHe also approved an applica'" ' "" rf""r""" "' " "I ah CuVW3K5 fifilsJ- nregood trade duringthe week. is that of freedom, that the had a ter on Lincoln as a lawyer and opening of the slave trade was a tion for the discharge, on taking Mr. Jack Barnes, one of our the oath of allegiance, of a rebel public man, relating some of his crime against humanity; that duprogressive farmers, in the westprisoner, in whose petition he anecdotes and yarns, ties should be adjusted so as to R. N. Anderson. ern part of this county, was in wrote, "Let it be done." This encourage the development of our midst one day last week, and act of mercy was his last official the industrial interests of the Breeding. while in conversation with him act, whole country; that Congress on the cultivation of ging seng, Mr. Lincoln often remarked to Mr. and Mrs. D. Ward Denton, should pass a complete and satisMr. Alvin Lyons, of he informed us that he had one a friend that his religion was last Sunday. factory homestead law; that the visited our merchants acre growing, and the proceeds Quite a number from this sec- right of citizenship enjoyed by like that of an old man named iast week. of that last season was someshould not be Glenn, in Indiana, whom he heard tion attended court last Monday j Miss Nina Simpson left a few thing near $300. He also has a abridged or impaired; that the speak at church meeting, and week. ,mce start in the growth of Yelwho said: "When I do good. I days ago' for Bowling Green, right of all citizens, native or Mr. Arthu Frodg'e was in Colow root on his farm and it will feel good; when I do bad, I feel where she intends entering naturalized, should be protected tveek on school. She was accompatied by lumbia the firt of the only be a question of a short bad; and that's my religion." . abroad and at home. Mr. James Simpson. businet-stime until his receipts from that Mrs. Lincoln herself has said her father, 1 n Karen a n .( !?re When Lincoln was elected, the Reece & Reee are Uwii.ii a of Cask-- ts cbi:nt! will be equal to the ging seng. Mr. Lewis Reece has recovered and CofSir and Wn zrl Slave States considered them- that Mr. Lincoln had no faith, large poultry business at pres- Ladies Robs. also : rtice Hurs? Lofrom his recent illness. W. B. Henson sold last "week selves defeated, and on Decem- no faith, in the usual acceptance cation over Cumberland Grocer- - Co., ent. 'to Sam Lewis, of Columbia, a of those words. 'He never joined Columbia. Ky H. B. Simpson attended Mrs. Phone 5 A ber 20, 1860, South Carolina de ttice and assorted lots of furs at still, as I believe, the funeral of Mr. Ivan PatterMr. Robert Janes and famH.s J. B. Jones. clared that the Union was dis- a church; but price. Mr. Henson as a fancy will remove to Texas in a short solved, and a secession resolution he was a religious man by nature. son, Milltown, last Sunday. well as Mr. Lewis is a good judge while. was passed. Mississippi, Flor- He first seemed to think about Mr. Guy Comer, Glasgow, was of furs. boy Willie Miss Nina Breeding has been ida, Alabama, Georgia, Lousiana the subject when our here lasc week to see our merquite sick for several days. How is Your Boiler? and Texas formally seceded from died, and then more than ever chants. about the time he went to Gettysstated that a It has been boiler, his body man's the Union. These States formed Mr. Corbette Breeding's little is his st'o'mach is his Now Is Your Chance. themselves into a Southern Con- burg; but it was a kind of poet son was buried herein the Breedengine and his mouth the fire box. Is THIS HOTEL IS OPEN TO THE ry in his nature, and he never your boiler (stomach) in good working federation, February 4, 1861, t.niveling public. The table is s; ing cemetery last Sunday afterd During the months of December, orderlor is it so weak that it will not with Jefferson Davis as Pres was a techinal Christian. yith the best rho market atlcrds. noon. Quite a number of friends January aud February we will furnish stand a full load and not able to sup ident, and were subsequently Cozy rooms and close attention pa to When a member of Congress, m nooriprl p.np.rcrv to vour encrine -- i -c the daily Courier Journal aud the were present. nv Uiy Uliv. . t 1 1 ?! r" Adair County News one jear each, ,for guests. Faje verrreas.onablej (body)V it you nave any trouoie wnn 3omea, alter noscnities naa oe- - Lincoln went to Lexington, Ky., Reese has been $4 00. This offer in made to people Good feedf'barn attached. Mrs. Cofer your stomach, Chamberlain's Tablets gun, by Virginia, North Caroli- to hear Henry Clay speak. The who do not get their mail at the Codo you good. They strengthen and will Westerner, a Kentuckian, by quite sick, for several days, but lumbia Post Office. Mr. J. W. Flowinvigorate the stomach and enable it na, Tennesse and Arkansas. is improving at present. ers, who is the local agent, will take 'For. Sale: a fine, combined mare, to do its work naturally. Many very The events of the Civil war birth, and destined to reach the three years old. subscriptions for the Courier-Journremarkable cures of stomach trouble Misses Mary Breeding and Ca-r- y at 13.00 per year for the home people duringthe next four years in goal Clay had so often sought, S. G.Denny, have been effected by them. For sale j Rosenfield, were the guests of during these montlis. 'Columbia, Ky. Ad. belong to the wanted to meet the"Millboy of Uo. Lincoln's .career by Paull Drug vW5c , history of the United States. Do Read The inauguration of Lincoln took Oh, place on March 4, just one month (SECOND LINCOLN LETTEtt.) Women! after the inauguration of JefferOakford, Jan., 23, 1914. son Davis, President of the Editor News: Wonderful ROOT JUICE Will and 13 1S60 Abraham Lincoln was Southern Confederacy, Bring You Joys of Health In Beyond Your Brightest elected President of the United days later hostilities had actually Hope. Guaranteed. "I could scream with joyous delight at States, and assumed the duties begun. v. nmn.inra thit this trlorious ROOT That Lincoln's persistence in raising JUICE has accomplished for me."women. office on March 4. 1861. It of is the verdict of hundreds of same was the intention of i Lincoln to and pouring in fresh troops after and ills and aches and nervous- use every means of conciliation every disaster, finally enabled nesmlsery . You haven't any idea of the grand consistent with the policy he the Federal government tO SUb- - things this wonderful medicine is accomdeemed essential to the national due the secession. The tolerinterest to pursue. On one ation of slavery was always in point, however, his resolution Lincoln's opinion an unhappy newas steadfast, to permit no se cessity; and when the Southern cession, and before his assump- States had by their rebellion fortion of office, secession was as feited all claim to the protection resolutely determined on the of their peculiar institution, it was an easy transition from this other side. In 1856 chief justice Taney, in view to its withdrawal. The voicing the decision of the United successive stages by which this Suffering Women, Try ROOT JUICE. 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