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The Adair County news: February 18, 1914 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1914 ada1914021801_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: February 18, 1914 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. AOttlf (Eounfit WW VOLUMF XVII Ifetil. NUMBER VERY LOW RATES TO 16 WLUMBiA, ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 18, 1914. THE WEST. "Neighbor" Hatcher's Rosa View. 1 Annual Meeting of The K. E. A Resigns His Position. a very book-keepand assistant efficient Cashier of the Bank of Columbia for three years, tendered his resignation the first of the year, but he remained at his post until last week. During his stay with the bank he made many friends throughout the county, and in fact of all the patrons of the institution, and he had the full confidence of all the officers of the bank. His health has not been very good for some time, and his only reason for resigning was to take out door exercise. He was confined, school teaching six years before accepting the position with the bank. He quit with the best wishes of every body connected with the institution", and his feelings are most kindly toward it, trusting that it will long live in its present prosperous condition. Mr. W. R, Squires, who was er Basket Ball. There wete two games in the Gymnasium last Friday night. The first was played by girl teams, one belonging to the school, the other town girls. The game was exciting, resulting in 4 to 0 in favor Lind-sey-Wilson Program. Hotel Sunday morning listening to a general discussion of the topics of the day. "Neighbor" Hatcher, as he is familiarly known here, the jovial trav eling salesman and politition was there, and everyone who is acquainted with Mr. Hatcher knows he "can't talk" but somehow or by some means or other it wasn't long until ''Neighbor" Hatcher was doing all the talking, and the rest of the crowd was just listening. was in the lobby of the Hancock I Ths conversation leisurely drifted from one thing to another until the Cumberland river was reached, and the recent appropriation made by Congress to lock and dam same was discussed from several points of view, relative to its commercial value to this section of country. "Neighbor" Hatcher got in the following argument on the Cumberland and he pictured it as one of the important waterways of this nation when it is locked and dammed' from source to mouth, Continuing, "Neighbor" said that when these great improvements on the Cumberland are completed that the land through this section of Kentucky, now comparatively worthless will be worth $100 per acre then, and county will be transformed into one" vast llower garden on the face of the earth, and will be a net work of rail- roads and other modes of tfansporta- tion. Some one in the crowd, probably Mr. Tutt, asked Mr. Hatcher who would bring about this wonderful change. I that all this backwoods part of the i r He replied: "Not us," but that people would come into our midst who know how to make the soil produce in paying results. "Mr. Hatcher was about right in his conclusion when he intimated that REPORT OP THE CONDITION the farmers in this outlaying district are, as a rule, not up on the art of REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE successful cultivation and at the OF THE Surplus Fund same time take care of the land ." 957 91 Undivided Profits "Neighbor" further stated that in GRADYVILLE STATE Deposits subject to check.. $173 S49 4s outstanding 2 500 00 170 319 48 his opinion a few years hence will ' DOina BUSineSS at CflSey'S Cashier's checks Trust Com- Due Banks and bring this section of country to the 307 pames BANK, Creek, County of Adair, foremost ranks in the production of 222 075 10 State of Kentucky, Total apples, with the exception of two or STATE OF KENTUCKY . Doing Business at Town of three other States In the Union. CUMBERLAND, me uose or Dusiness on COUNTY OF Alexander and J. T.Set . PresiDear "Neighbor", we hope all you Gradyville County of Adair McGee. we C W. the 2nd Day of Feb., 1914 dent and Cashier of the above named Bank do have said about the glowing future Kentucky. State of solemnly swear that the above statement is true in store for our country through this to the best of our knowledge and belief. RESOURCES At the Close of Business on immediate part of the universe will C. ,V. Alexander, President. prove true when the Cumberland river the 2nd day of Feb., 1914. Loans and Discounts and unsecured 20 273 53 J. T. McGee, Cashier. Qverdrafts, secured Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th RESOURCES is locked and dammed, and we are 3 717 34 2!' 339 94 Due from Banks Loans aad Discounts day of Feb. 1914. willing to wait that long for Overdrafts, secured and unsecured perfectly 2 1S5 84 oOt 93 Cash on hand My Commission expires Feb. 23, 1916. Checks and other cash items a glimpse of something we never Stocks, Bonds and other Securities Katherine Jone-- . N. p. 7 32iCo Banking House, Furniture and Due from Banks dreamed of. Correct Attest: 2 560 00 Fixtures 3 04133 Cash on hand Fred McLean. Other Real Estate Banking House Furniture and An effort is being made to induce 2 917 69 $:U 739 71 Fixtures Total some enterprising man to purchase a : LIABILITIHS. $ 43 533 30 REPORT OF THE. CONDITION Total rock grinder for the purpose of makCapital Stock paid in. in LIABILITIES $ 15 000 00 ing agricultural lime for the farmers cah OF THE Capital stock paid in, in 1 200 00 Surplus Fund of this section. Hundreds of tons of 15 000 00 Cash Undivided' Profits, less expenses and 5M 8i Surplus Funds ground limestone could be sold here 903 27 taxes paid Undivided Profits, i expenses i; 030 44 every year and as soon as its effects on Deposits subject to check BANK OF COLOMBIA and taxes paid 70 7t are realized it would be hard 531 739 71 the land 27 15S 29 27 15'.2. Deposits Subject to check Total to supply the demand It seems that 730 00 t STATE OF KENTUCKY Doing Business at Town of Colum- Unpaid Dividends' i Set County op Adair some one could establish a highly Other Liabilities not included under 8 C3 any of above heads WoMc C. Goodeand J, C. Nichols, President, profitable business for a part of each bia, County of Adair, State of and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnKentucky, 43 333 50 year by securing the machinery neees- total ly swear that the above statement is true to the ' sary to grind rock. The land needs OF KENTUCKY . At the Close of Business on the STATE of Adair best of our knowledge and belief County set. Mc C. Goode, President. it and the farmers will buy it- just as 2nd Day of Feb. 1914. We J. A. Diddle andC. O, Moss President and .1. C. Nichols, cashier. certain as they have an opportunity. Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly i oil -- The annual meeting of the Kentucky Educational Association for the year 1914 will be held at the First Christian Church in Louisville on April 29th and 30th and May 1st and 2nd. This will be the greatest educational gathering ever held south of the Ohio river. Our slogan is 6,000 teachers, trustees and school men in The railroads and all attendance. transportation companies wiy, give reduced rates of travel, while the hotels and boarding houses of Louisville will make reasonable rates of boarding. teacher No progressive, can afford to miss this great meeting of the leading educators of our State and nation. Some masters of educational fccience will be there. Some superior masters of assemblies will be there: some men of national fame will be there and there will be addresses delivered, any one of which will be worth the expenses of the trip. The best talent possible has been secured for the occasion, and an elaborate program of the very best things has been prepared We want just as many teachers and trustees from Adair counoy as possible to attend It will do them all good, and it will help to get our good old county of Adair awakened to some things that must be realized before much more progress in schools can be made. So in conclusion I would say, let it be. known that Adair county is neither dead nor asleep, and let us determine that a great number of school people from within her borders shall assemble at the First Christiau Church in Louisville on the 29th of 'April, and there sit down to the greatest educational feast ever spread on this side of the "Beautiful River." Respectfully, Tobias Huffaker, Supt. up-to-da- te Reserved Seat Tickets to "The Post Office" on sale at Wilson & Gill's. far a comparison between the U. S. Weather Bureau and the Groundhog as weather predictors places the groundhog in the lead aa the most re So liable prognosticator of the weather to be expected. The Weather Bureau has predicted many severe spells of weather since the opening of winter, very few of which have proven to be correct. But as we are reliably informed on the 2nd day of February the groundhog came out of his winter quarters, took a careful survey of conditions and informed a passerby that there would be six weeks to follow of winter weather, and thereupon re tired to his den went to sleep and will bother no further about the weather until the time expires. Conditions since have shown. FARMERS BUNK Liudsey Wilson Gcspel team will The Missouri Pacific is offering very hold services at Milltown beginning low rates to California, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Western Colorado, New Mexico, Feb., 27th to March 1st. Western Texas. Arizona, and the Friday 7 p. m. Sermon, Bro. Speak. Saturday 11 a. m. Sermon Bro. Vire. Pacific Northwest.' Tickets sold Saturday 7 p. m. sermon Bro. Hadley. March 15th to April 15th inclusive. SUNDAY. For complete information regarding of the Lindsey-WilsoLove feast 10:30 a. m. led by Bro-All- en. The second game was played by two rates, through .free chair and sleeping male teams, Somerset against Lindsey-Wilso- car service, address Paul Escott, D. P. Sermon 11 a. m. Bro. Perry man. which resulted in favor of the A., 305 Paul Jones Bldg., Bro. Elva Jones will have charge of Louisville, Ky. former, 23 to 15. In the first half the the song services. Lindsey-Wilso- n was 11 to 2. In the year, in this Organist Miss Brockman. The short crop of letter half the Somerset referee, section, will tend tolast check farm im "At the Village Postoffice" Court showed rotten decisions, so proclaimprovement this year and the curtail- House Wednesday night, 3 ed by all who witnessed the contest o'clock. If the referee had acted fairly the re- ment of farm work will fall hardest on tenants and farm hands who need COMMISSIONER'S SALE. sult would have been diffierent. iraployraent to meet living expenses. A large number of tenants must have ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT For Sale. employment a part of their time to OF KENTUCKY". provide for the necessities of life and if they can not get it will sutler severe- First Nat'l Bank, of Columbia, Pltf. ) L vs. Two teams of good work mules. One ly. To our mind every laud owner Robert Hudson, &c Deft. ) team fully 15J hands. The other ex- ought to keep up improvements this and tra heavy. Age and flesh good. year. He ought to see the necessity W. II. GolT on cross petition Pltf. ) A. B. Cox, Columbia, Ky. vs. of keeping up his work and the moral Robert Hudson, &c. Deft. ) obligation of giving opportunity to Report of the Condition By virtue of a Judggment and order oters less fortunate than himself. The of the receipts of last years labors and ex of sale of Adair Circuit Court, renpenditures are meager indeed, with dered at the May terra, thereof, 1913, the average farmer. He has no sur- in the above cause, for the suras of plus to invest on his farm, but the 8309.27 with interest from October 3, Doing Business at the bountiful years that preceded doubt- 1912, until paid, and $123 00 with inTown of Burkesville, County of less left him in fairly good condition terest at the rate of six per cent, per Cumberland, to pass over the shortage he is now annum from the 23th day of May, 1912, State of Kentucky encountering. Not so with the many until paid, and 344,70 and $10 35 costs at the who cultivate their land and labor herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale Close of Business on the 2nd day of for bread and meat. They must have at the Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Feb. 1914. work and pay for their work or suffer Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public many privations. No curtailment of Auction, on Monday, the 2nd day of resources farm work should be employed now. March, 1914, at one o'clock, p. ra., or 130 499 19 Loans and Discounts The time for such action is when the thereabout, (being County Court.) upOverdrafts, secured and mi country is fat, when the tenants have on a credit of six months, the follow253 S! secured 00 413 71 good crops ta carry them along Re- ing described property, t: Due from Banks x. cer17 739 69 member Cashonhand the parable of the Good tain tract of land situated in Adair Banking House, Furniture county, Ky., an the waters of Russell's Samaritan 5 000 00 and Fixture. creek, and containing 90i acres, more other Aets not included under any of above heads (expense ace.) , 3 022 57 or less, and is the land conveyed to the Eggs for Hatching. 222 073 16 defendants by J. Q. Montgomery, and Total is fully described by meets and bounds LIABILITIES 20 000 00 Capital Stock piad in, in cash I have 2 pens of finely bred S. in the Judgment and order of sale, 20 000 00 n. n, 15-3- t. Bank of Cumberland to-wi- I i : I at of the C, White Leghorns from which I Clerk of the Adair Circuit Couit the in am now prepared to furnish Eggs Order Book No. 13, page 461, to which reference at 75c per setting of 15 Eggs, or be offered is made. toSaid land will first subject the life estate of 90c per setting if sent by Parcel Mary C. Hudson, but should it fail to Post. Now is the time to Hatch produce a sutlicient amount of money office which is of record in Eggs for Early Fall layers. 13-J. O. Russell. Columbia, Ky. 4t to pay the debts and costs, the the life estate and remainder, will be offered together. The people of Russell county are very much elated ovei the appropriation, 5340,000, that has been voted by Congress for the improvement of the Upper Cumberland river. When a few more locks are put in they confidently believe that Russell county, in point of business, will come to the front. The merchants, farmers, in fact the entire citizenship have been le-- greatly stimulated and they are looking forward for better conditions genIt will begin promptly at 3 o'clock erally. Russell is a good county and Wednesday night, just after prayer her people are entitled to quicker meeting. Court House. transportation facilities. R. B. Reeves is the owner of one half of the merchantable timber on said land, which is excluded from tins sale. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to ba made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffej , Master Commissioner. Poland Chinas. Two pure-bre- d Modern Woodmen. 1 UESOUUCES. and Discounts Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured Stock. Honcls and other Securitios Loans Due from Hanks 103 47i 74 3 1 7011 G3 Cash on hand Checks and other cash items Bankinc house. Furniture and 07 32 07 32 14 3C3 00 1 632 49 S0 fixtures . KOODOO 249-2- 3 Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th swear that the above statement is true to the day of Feb.. 1914 best of our knowledge and belief. MY commission expires the 19th, day of Feb J. A. Diddle, President. C. O. Moss, Cashier. 1916. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th W. C. Wolford. Notary Public. Adair county. Ky day of Feb.. 1914. My commission expires January 22, 1910. Mr J. V. White received last week Geo. E. Nell Notary Public Correct W. M. Wilmore U. N. Whitlock Directors. rasi Total LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid iti, ir. cash Surplus". Funds Undivided Profits. le-s 2o from C. C. Shoemaker, of Illinois, one of the largest poultry dealers in the i. Subscribed and sworn to before me this day of Feb. 1914. My Commission expires Feb., 19th, 191G. Jo S. Knilley. Notary Public. William aud Clevis Murray, brothers, charged with shooting aud killing exCoroner Lyle Mathews, of Campbells-- 1 penses and taxes paid 2 012 M ville, were held without bond. Sam SI 312 Deposits subject to check 000 00 Murray aud one sister were held on Reserve for taxes Total The other sister, 249 525 25 their own bond. was at home when the shooting who STATK OF KENTUCKY, J act Cobstv of Adair, occurred, was discharged. William We W. V. Jones and Jno W. Flowers. Presi- Murray, only a shorf. time age. returndent and Cashier of the above named Bank, do ed to his home, in Taylor county, from solemnly swear that the above statement is thtt- asylum. This whole family of true to the best of our knowledge and belief. W. W. Jonos. President. Murrays are said to be weak minded Jno. W. Flowers. Cashier people. 430O0OOO 33 000 00 1 3-- country, three pure bred Light Brah-me- r chickens They are certainly fine chickens and are the largest variety. Now is Your Chance. 1 - 14th or Sale. Call on Annie E. Walker, Columbia, Ky. Mrs.Alvin Bridgewater died very suddenly at her -- home, in Lebanon, dence, on Greensburg street, fonuerly last Thursday morning. Her husband owned by C' J Hurt' now fche PrPer ' are four bank statements is a nephew of Mrs. U. L. Taylor, this & of Henry Igram and Henry Hurt. there jKblished in the News this week. The place. ' It. C. Rhode Island Reds egg $1.00 business men of the county should ; reading. They all give them careful We are requested to announce that Per setting ot lo. Mrs. Sallie Wilson, show that they are in prosperous con- the State Farmers Institute will be in l t. Gresham, Ky. ditions the 24th, 23th and 26th Frankfort . All farmers are invited. inst. ' Judge Carter reached Jamestown in air. Elmo Strange has removed from some' due time, and early in the afternoon brick, on Burkesville street, the little Mr. A. S. Chewning will have to a residence on Water street, owned first-classtock ab his barn this spring. Monday the grand jury was at work. Harry Chilson, and formerly His advertisement will appear in this It is composed of twelve represnta- by Mr occupied by Mr. W H. Wilson. tlve citizens of the county. paper soon. off Mr. J. H. Barger has removed to the farm, just above O.ark; lie recently purchased of Mr. Nathan McKiuley. Mr. McKinley removed to another farm, owned by him, which was cut A square piano. Mrs. lG-- lt During the months of December, January and February we will furnish the daily Courier Journal and the Adair County News one year each, for i-- 00 This offer in made to people who.do not. get their mail at the Co lu bia Post Office. Mr. J. W. Flow- , ers, who is the local agent, will tane subscriptions for the Courier-Journlfr 5 Af nar trnlf fnr Hia Virrr,o nannla during these months. i al Walter nobson and family hav removed from Campbellsville to this Mr. the T, P. Jeffries farm. BauurtiBjruiBwiBKia.. ! 15-3- I s Monday night, Feb. 23rd, 1914, is Improved Poland regular meetipg night for the M. W. China male pigs for sale. Will weigh of A and all Mondern Woodmen in Notice. Good ones -- and gcodlstanding should be present. There ahout 100 pounds. to type of breeding. Price S10.00 is work to do in degrees. I am now located in my repair shop, true if taken at once. Last notice. W. T. Ottley, Con. each in the brick building, opposite Goff J C. Strange, See C S. Harris, Bros., Livery stable, in the house reColumbia, Ky. cently vacated by Bill Curry. I am The Eastern Star Chapter, of this now prepared to do almost any kind of place, will give a play, "The Village So far as we have heard the 1914 towork I am going to prepare to do all at the court-housthis bacco crop of this county will not be kinds of work. All I want is the work (Wednesday) night Admission, 10 a recoru oreiiKtu uiuugn iniuiy ueus to do. If you patronize me like you burned. It seems that it and 15 cents. Fuu for every lody. ought to, it won't be long until I wi have beengood would be business to reduce the Reserve seats tickets on sale at Wilson have machinery installed to do all acreage and aud Gili. quality. increase kinds of work. We desire the work proper preparation the ground The of the and If you are tired drinKing poor Coffrom the people. handling will the cultivation and T. G. Rasuer & sou. fee, go to Russell as Co's., and by you more than offset acreage shortage some "Pilgrim" Coffee at I9c, or when the market is reached. Mr. Geo. T. Duff, who was a promi"Monarch" Coffe at 24c. They have nent lawyer and a very influential sold these Coffees for 15 years, and evTimber Sale. citizen of Glasgow, died very suddenly one morning last week. He had been ery pound has been satisfactory. indisposed for some days, and the On Saturday Feb., 21st, 1914, at 1 The Farmers' Institute next Monmorning of his deatlu he felt well o'clock p.m , we will offer for sale on day and Tuesday. The farmers ought enough to feed his stock, going to his of A K. Stones (deceased) to make this meeting one of profit barn for that purpose. Failing to the farm Gadberry, to the highest and best and pleasure There's no doubt that answer the breakfast call, a member at bidder, all the ash', oak and poplar tim- this section needs all the good that of his family went to the barn, finding ber on about 20 acres of timbered land. can be obtained from such a meeting. him dead. Terms made known on day of sale Mr. T. E. Waggener lost a valuable Heirs of A. K Stone. The Kentucky chart upon which is horse a few days ago from blood all the Governors' of the State, map A Farmers Institute will be held at poison which resulted from a slight of Kentucky, three feet wide and four in this place, Monday hurt on one of his forelegs. the court-housfeet long, is now offered by the Louis- and Tuesday, February the 23rd and John Henry Rice was tried last Wed- ville Post to every subscriber of that 24th. All who are interested in agrihesday for trespassing on "Shack" paper. It is valuable and should be cultural pursuits, should make it a Bailey. He was held over in the sum in every home. We will furnish the point to attend. Experienced farm- of one hundred dollars. ers will be here from a distance and chart, the Daily Post and The Adair will make addresses. Do not fail to be at the court-hous- e County News, all for $3.50 one year. Wednesday night, this week. "The There areseveral important ComSend your subscriptions to this office. " furnishes amusemonwealth cases docketed for the Village old and young. On last Thursday afternoon the Sew- present terra of the Russell circuit ment for both the ing Club pleasantly surprised Miss court. The mad dog scare seems to have Ellen Burton with a dutch luncheon. subsided. Notwithstanding Mesdames Ott-lethe roads are Those present were: Born, to the wife of W. D. Jonesr Mitchell, Willis, Dohoney; Misses hp.avv. a larere crowd attended Circuit I IKnoxville, Tenn., Feb., 12, a son. Court at Jamestown Monday. Montgomey and Dohoney. ' Post-office," - S: e, 1 e, Post-office- y, THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS From Illinois. (THIRD LIXCOLN LETTER.) , Oakford, 111., Feb. TOtb, 1914. Editor News: Lincoln was the great story telling President, whose Emancipation Prociamation freed more than four million slaves. He was a keenjpolitician, profound statesman, shrewd diplomatist, a thorough judge of men, and possessed of an intuitive knowledge of affairs. He was the first chief executive to die at the hands of an assassin. He was almost with-oe- t school education, but he rose to power by sheer merit and willpower. Born in a Kentucky log cabin in 1800, his surroundings ieing squalid, his chances for advancement were apparently lopeless. Dean Swift once said that the two blades of rass grow where only one grew "before, deserves well of his kind, "We believe the same can be said of him vho makes many laughs grow where none grew before. Such a man was Abraham Lincoln, who a as the greatest story man who made teller that our country has pro- duced. It sometimes happens that the "best fun is produced by a man who ranks among the greatest and wisest. Such was the case ef Lincoln, whose wholesome fun saixed with true philosophy, made thousands laugh and think at the same time. He believed in the saying: "Laugh and the world laughs with you." Before Lincoln was ever heard of as a lawyer, or politician he was famous as story teller. As a lawyer, he won many cases by telling the jury a story which showed them the justice of his side better than any argument could have done. Mr. Lincoln once said to Mr. Ghauncey M. Depew: "They say I tell a great many stories; I reckon I do, but I have found in the course of a long experience that the common people take them as they run, are more easily informed through the medium of a broad illustration than in any other way, and as to what The following story was told Lincoln replied; a moment, "Shoot me; for if I am an uglier by a Union officer in the service man than you I don't want to at the beginning of the war. live." "The first week I was with my Lincoln began the study of law command there were twenty-fou- r in 1832, after he was appointed deserters sentenced by court-martito be shot, and the warpostmaster of the New Salem office. It seems to be by mere rants for their execution were chance that he ever commenced sent to the President to be signed that study, as one can see by the He refused. ' following story told by him in I went to Washington and had 1860. an interview. He said: "Mr. mi- President, unlass these men are "One day a man who was grating to the West drove up in made an example of, the army front of my store with a wagon itself is in danger. Mercy to the which contained his family and few is cruelty to many." household plunder. He asked' "He replied: Mr. General, me if I would buy an old barrel there are too many weeping widiui wiiiuii lie uau iiu xuuiii, in uio ows already in the United States. wagon, and which he said con- For God's sake, don't ask me to tained nothing of special value. add to the number, for I won't I did not want it, but to oblige doit." him, I bought it, and paid him, HE WANTED A STEDY HAND. I think, half a dollar for it. WithWhen the Emancipation Procout further examining it, I put lamation was taken to Mr. Linit away in the store and forgot coln by Secretary Seward, for all about it. Sometime after, in the President's signature, Mr. overhauling things, I came upon Lincoln took o pen dipped it in the barrel, and, emptying it upthe ink, moved his hand to the on the floor to see what it conplace for the signature, held it a tained, I found at the bottom of moment, then removed his hand the rubbish, a complete edition and dropped the pen. After a of Blackstone's Commentaries. little hesitation, he again took up I began to read those famous the pen and went through the works, and I had plenty of time; same movement as before. Mr. for during the long summer days Lincoln turned to Mr. Seward when the farmers were busy and said: with their crops, my customers "I have been shaking hands were few and far between. The o'clock this morning, and more I read, the more intensely since 9 interested I became. Never in my right arm is almost paralized. my whole life was my mind whol- If my name ever goes into histoly absorbed. I read until I de- ry, it will be for this act, and my whole soul is in it. If my voured them." hand trembles when I sign the When Lincoln was a young law Proclamation, all who examine yer in Illinois, he and a certain the document hereafter will say, judge once got to bantering one al Clyde Pembenon. A telegram received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pem-berto- n, Special i Notice I near Horse Cave, conveyed the sad news of the death of their son, Mr. Clyde Pemberton, in Seattle, Wash., Tuesday night after undergoing the third opera- tion for appendicitis. The news came as a severe blow to his relatives here as well as his numerous friends, as he had been in the best of health until he was stricken with appendicitis only a few days ago and after the first operation the news came that lie was doing nicely. ton is weil-know- All Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once K ?vlr. Pember- L. n all over the county; havi .g been raised here, leaving for Seattle only four years ago, where he has since married. The remains will be brough t to Horse Cave for burial, accompanied by his wife, and it is now vernmeni I "Will Not carry Papers in the Mai! for Parties who Owe More than one Year thought that they will reach here Monday afternoon, at 5 o'clock on No. 7. Interment to take place in the Horse Cave cemetery. rlorse Cave Herald. Feel Miserable? Out of serfs, depressed, pain in the back Electric bitters renews your lieal th and strength. A guaranteed liver and kidney remedy. Money b?ck if not satisfied. It completely cured Robert Madsen, of West Burlington, Iowa, who suffered from virulent liver The Louisville Daily Hera! And the He then turned took up the pen again, and slowState Aid For Roads. ly, firmly wrote "Abraham Lincoln," with which the whole world is now famaliar. He then The Wisconsin legislature passlooked up, smiled, and said, of $25.00 ed a bill at its 1911 session to ap"That will do." At the hour appointed, the propriate $350,000 annually for R. N. Anderson. Judge came up, leading the sorthe encouragement of good roads. A Winter COugh looking horse ever seen in riest Considerable opposition to the those parts. In a few minutes A stubborn, annoying, depressing plan was manifested and the bill Mr. Lincoln was seen approach- cough hangs on, racks the body, weakens the lungs, and often leads to seri- was successful by a bare margin e uping with a wooden saw-hors- another about trading horses; and it was agreed that the next morning at 9 o'clock they should make a trade, the horses to be unseen up to the hour, and no backing out, under a forfeiture "He hesitated!" trouble for eight months. After four doctors gave him up, he took Electric Bitters and he is now a well man Get a bottle it will do the same for you. Keep in house for all liver and kidney complaints. Perfectly safe and dependable. Its results will surprise you. 50c and $1.00. Recommended by to the table, Paull Drug Co. Ad to-da- y; Adair County News One Year Each For S3.00 This offer will hold good for only a short time. If you want to keep posted in politics and current events, subscribe now. Come, bring or send jour subscriptions to on his shoulders. Great were the shouts and laughter of the crowd She hypercritical few may think, and both were greatly increased I don't care. when Lincoln, on surveying the Lincoln always took great Judge's animal, set down his pride in telling this yarn: Ride and exclaimed: "Well ing at one time in a stage with Judge, this is the first time I evan old Kentuckian, who was reer got the worst of it in a horse turning from Missouri, Lincoln trade." Excited the old gentleman's surSpeed, who was a prosperous prise by refusing to accept eithyoung merchant of Springfield, er tobacco, or French brandy. said that Lincolns personal effects When they separated that consisted of a pair of saddlebags, the Kentuckian to take containing two or three law another stage bound for Louisbooks, and a few pieces of clothville he shook hands warmly ing. Riding on a borrowed horse with Lincoln, and said good he thus made his appparance in Springfield. When he discoverSee here stranger, you're a ed that a single bedstead would clever but a strange companion. cost seventeen dollars, he said; I may never see you again, and "It probably is cheap enough, I don't want to offend you, but but I have not enough money to I want to say this: My experience pay for it." has taught me that a man who When Speed offered to trust has no vices, has d d few virhim, he said: If I fail here as a tues. Good by. lawyer, I probably will never pay Lincoln was greatly surprised you at all." 4)ne day, when a man with a rather forbidding countenance drew Then Speed offered to share a a revolver and pointed the weap- large double bed wita him. on into his face. "What seem "Where is your room" Lincoln to be the matter? inquired Lin- asked, "Upstairs," said Speed, coln with all the calmness and pointing from the store to the he could muster. stairs, leading to his room. With- The stranger replied: "Well, hout saying a word, he took his bags on his arm, went up .some years ago, I swore an oath saddle stairs, set them down on the ihat if I ever came across an man than myself I'd shoot floor, came down again, and with a face beaming with pleasure, ihim on the spot." and smiles, exclaimed: "Well, After eyeing the stranger for Speed, I'm moved." saw-horsaf-iernoon hu-moredly: ous results. King's K"ew Discovery gives relief. Henry D. Sanders, of Caveedish, Vt., was threatened with consumption after having pneumonia. He writes: "Dr. King's Xew Discovery ought to be in every family; it is certainly the best of all medicines for coughs, colds and lung trouble." Good for children coughs. Money back if not satisfied. Price 50c and SI. 00. Recommended by Ad Paull Drug Co. Health Notes. The first dose of Dr. of one vote. Every woman who wants to be beautiful, ward off wrinkles, banish crow's feet and keep her nerves steady, should sleep at least eight hours a day. An afternoon nap from 20 to 30 minutes will aid in the good work. Perfect cleanliness means perfect beauty. This means clean .self-possessi- on ug-fli- er 0 skin and cody and hair. Orderly habits and a sweet disposition. A wonlan who has an more. cleanliness need not fear the'ad-vanc- e Kentucky can find in Wisconof old age. sin's work along the good road A bath should be taken once a move several good suggestion, day. Have the room warm and Wisconsin seems to have solved the water slightly wanner. Afthe question in a most practical ter you leave the tub dry your- way. Paduach News Democrat. self with two towels and then, with a rough towel try with all Don't you Believe It. all your might to rub the skin Some say that chronic constpation off. Keep up the friction for canuot be cured. Don't you believe it If the officers and Chamberlain's Tablet have cured to ten minutes and you will keep -why not you? Give them atrial. the bank desired the skin in a healthy condition. They cost only a quarter. For sale by eral meeting there Paull Drug Co. Ad. Do this daily. have to assemble in all-around But this highway fund proved to be a great stimulus to road construction and when the legislature met in 1913 an annual appropriation of $1,200,000 was voted. Only seven votes were cast against this heavy increase. Every county in Wisconsin has now complied with the requirements for securing a portion of the state's fund and in 1914 road building will be in progress in all of them. Already a thousand miles of highways have been constructed under the state aid pol icy some of it macadam, some of it gravel, and some of it shale and clay. Besides the state has miies of conbuilt twenty-si- x crete road and expects to build this office. Smallest Bank in the world. li. H. JOKES j Veterinary Surgeon The smallest banking quarters and Dentist j in New York? if not the tiniest ears experience. Special attention banking room within the financial circles of the world, is that given to Surgical and Dental work. occupied by the Universal Sav- Office at residence near Graded Schrol ings Bank, which does its bus- building. PHONE NO. 7 N iness in a booth in a corridor of the Singer Building, near the Liberty street entrance. outside to do it, as there isn't In the lobby, facing the bat- space enough in the entire banktery of e!evator3, a section of ing room, with its minute safe the floor of the big skyscraper for books, a filled cabinet, and a has been partitioned to form an wardrobe taking up part of it, oblong room for the business of for six persons to crowd in and the bank, providing floor space s t down together. of approximately eigh by eighteen feet. The positions of cash Methodist Minister Recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. ier and teller are fillea by one man, who has a little cage for Rev. .Tas. A. Lewis, Milica, Minn., writes: "Chamberlain's Cough remhis work, and another small sec- edy has teen a needed and welcomt tion, provided with a shelf, ink, guest in our home for a number of years. I highly recommend it to my pens and deposit slips, is for fellows as being a medicine worthy of trial incases of coughs, colds and croup the customers. m 1 others- , the corridor Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a trustees of trial and we are confident you will find it very effectual and continue to hold a gen- use it as occasion requires for years to they would come, as many others have done. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad. N. THE ADAIR COUNTS Berea. 0. G. HARBWIC1. Pre$. iNJBWS From Tennessee. J. H. COCKF, V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAfl. Sec KEEPING SWINE IN WINTER HORSE BREVITIES. Never back a n.are that is heavy in foul, especially if the load is heavy or the ground muddy. Such a mare can do plenty of work in pulling ahead. If there were fewer whips ia the world there would be fewer ugly horses. It costs a good ileal of money to buy a satisfactory team. Ia most cases this can be avoided by the farmer raising hfe own. Out straw that is free frost mold makes an excellent winter forage for idle horses. All the growth ami thrift that can be encouraged and maintain-e- d during the first year of tne colt's life insure a stronger ami a better horse. If dusty hay is fed sprinkle with water, and it will save tk horse much annoyance, but better not feed it at all. W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 Co. Feb., 5th, 1914. Editor News: As I have finished my work in school for I pick up the Adair County News and find my letter printed, also see some fine letters from Richmond, Califortc-da- y, mmiiWiGHTS DEALERSHN I mACHiNisrs i ENGINES. BOILERS. SAW MLS. a nun e3o-t- nmi N. cecn i jq 1301 THIRTeeNTH-Mftl- LOUTSVILLe jffi- r- SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank WorK o tS t l--i fe'' i msse f: mm rfl psasm fei gfJfTiIff 4 .rfeiliSItB rift.' SESEasaasB, JOBBINQ WORK SOLICITED All Kinds of Machinery Repaired nia, Bokchito, Oklahoma, besides a number from Adair county. I think you might as well have a few lines from this place. A protracted meeting is now in progress here, conducted by Rev. Bishop Salue. This meeting is being held mostly for the benefit of the college students. Since the beginning of this meeting, Sunday night, February the 1st, there have been sixty-fiv- e young men and women stepped Piirdy. It seems that every thing moving along nicely in our is vi- cinity. The weather has just been so nice that the fear of winter was almost over, and the fear of the panic being almost or quite over, all forms of business have resumed its proper attitude seemingly. The railroad is coming. We hope so at least, while we fear that it might be like the Irishman's bull frog. Onetime there were two Irishmen passing a pond, and their attention was suddenly attracted by something like the following "Beraum, beraum.' So after the Irishman looked around in every nook and corner, and finding (no frog, he just remarked to his brother, Pat, "Faith and be Christ, it was nothing but a acise." We are glad to note that Bro. Allen has organized a new Methodist church at Plum Point recently. .We understand that the Members have awakened to a itate of activity, making up some means and finishing their church which has stood there so )ng in an uncomfortable condi-- 1 be-raum, forward and accepted Jesus Christ as their personal Savior. tion. Come again good people, The meeting will close Sunday no telling what you can do until night, February 8th. you try. The walking party to West Pin- We are sorry that our obliging nacle, mentioned in last week's merchant, J. B. Burton, is a lit- issue was discontinued, cause untle under the weather as regards known. health. Last Sunday morning Mr. JoG. R. Feese. of Watson, who seph Abell, a particular friend, is in me nuxster Dusiness, was and also my room mate, walked about a half mile to the depot, through our section this week. Miss Flossie Calhoun, of Oak and met Mr- willia Abe11 and who finished up Miss Ma- - M- - Wolford, who had come to mie Smith's school at Purdy, has Pa' U3a visit We took Sreat made a good impression on the'deliht in showing them to our room for thev were welcomed patrons as a teacher. county We are sorry to note that Mrs. uests from Adair Monday morninS after a 3tav J. E. Burton is no better at this I i I - j ; j fin Jberea or some twenty-tou- r writing. hours, they bade us good bye, Wolford Bros., are having their and returned home. We were timber sawed on the Matthew certainly glad to have them with Burton farm. us, but wish they could have Uncle John Hadley, who has stayed longer. been quite feeble for some time, Little odd, but this college has is thought to be some better. n years of one student Mr. Whitney was in our midst age Mr. Tom Tucker, and he is a few days ago, fixing up his taking fifth grade, and says he raft of cross ties he has pur- finds easy enough. Until he fifty-seve- . Lawrenceburg, Feb., 2, 1914. Dear friends and fellow teachers: Through the kindness of the Editor of the News, I will send you a letter. I am at Lawrenceburg in one of the best Normal singing schools of the South. James D. Vaughan is at the head of it, Dr. M, D. Unsell ana; Prof. Geo. Sebern are the vocal teachers, and Prof. Depew is the piano teacher. They are all jolly good fellows and know their business. The school is not so large as it was two years ago, when I was here, but we are ad zancing faster. We are now studying the German, French, Italian and Neapolitan chords of the sixth. These chords are as far as they go in Harmony in the Normals. None but teachers are in this school. We have a lively time. The weather is fine. People are sociable. Land is high considering the quality. But how people can sing here. Teachers and friends of music lets join in heart and hand and have a normal at Columbia. It would recommend our town and be a good thing for the teachers. I hope to hear from all the teachers through the News if the Editor will permit. With best wishes to all, I ring off. Would be glad to have a letter Respt. from friends. I. M. Grimsley. Here is a special offer for the remainder of this month: The Louisville Daily Post and the Adair County Xews, both one year each for 52.73. This does not include the Kentucky map which is being- sent out by the Post. - IEALTHY t T T j X From Florida. la-t- Greensburg, Ky. came here to school he used tobacco every way that could be thought, drank coffey, and had done so for forty years, and at one single effort cut out two as For Sale. bad habits as a human can possiOne mare mule, well bly be guilty of. Every time he broken, good style, A. C. Wheeler, Knilley, Ky. is seen out walking around, he is chewing a stick or something. This goes to show that a man can quit the habit if he can only keep "Will at home." Well, I said in my last letter that I would try to prepare a letter that would interest the reader, but think I missed it just a little. A. C. Wolford. f. chased from Lse Durham. Corn is selling for $4.50 per barrel, in this section of country. it Maxville, Fla., Jan.. 28, 1914. Editor News: Possibly some of our old Adair county friends would like to hear from this part of the country, where the sun shine3 and wild flowers bloom in January, though we had a little ice and frost the first part of the month, which put things back a little, but things are coming right along now. There are lots of vegetables and fruits being shipped North now. We can see train loads of it pass over the sea boards Rail days there are four sections of one Road every Some day. Alwaysfappreciates trade from Adair and Adjoining Counties and is constantly of- - feringjandjgiving to 'ail comers, Bargains in all Lines of goods ill send Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoo t The King of all Laxatives For constipation, use Dr. Kinfi's New Life Pills. Paull Mathulka, of Buffalo, N, Y., says they are the king of all laxatives They are a blessing to all my family and I always keep a bos at home." Get a box and get well again. 25c. at Paull Drug Co. Ad." train with fruit and vegetable alone. Maxville is an infant town yet only three years old, but has three stores and a new one being built a good school with two teachers, butcher shop, feed mill and two saw mills. Subscribe for the Adair County year. News. $100 a cofany point, by Pareels Post prepaid. I Any goods'not satisfactory can be rb-turned- lby Are Im a Woman ? Parcel Post, if in seven day. , .' , after sent out Tim Woman's Tonic ALL DRUGGISTS Woodson Lewis FOR SALE AT F4 have organized an improvement league for the purpose of improving public high ways. Two days in each month the citizens meet and work bringing their teams and tools, and it is sure making goodwhere the work is being done. It don't take bonds or high road tax if everybody will turnjout with full force and work. If every neighborhood in the good old Adair county will organize an improvement League and set out to build roads in five years there will be good hard road all over the county. So let the News keep coming it is just like getting a letter from home. Yours very truly, O. B. Finn. H5We hog nest in a small wood lot or blue grass pasture. Never ring bogs, but let them root to their hearts' desire. wrii"s F. L. Bodehaven of Ohio in the Nat.ujial Stockman. Never put more or forty together, and than thirty-liv- e a good board pen about S construct I'lace by 1(5 feet for sleeping quarter V the sleeping quarters on a raised piece I of ground as far away from the feedT T ing place as convenient. Board the pen up tight, but leave an air space at each end and a 2 by 2 feet entrance, T llave a wide board hinged to one side V to make it convenient to clean out. If T you have it on a dry spot do not iloor V it, but let them sleep on the ground. Bed them once a week with the refuse and left over cornstalks from the stable or feed lot. By having the sleeping quarters and feeding place separated the hogs will SILAGE FOR SHEEP. get the needed exercise in cold weather in going to their feed when they nre Judiciously Used Ensilage Is a Cheap disinclined to stir about. When the and Valuable Feed. weather is not too cold they will forAccurate data regarding the Tabic age for roots and nuts, and not being of silage in a ration for fatteaiag; ringed are able to secure considerable sheep and Iambs are scarce, but wkac food by rooting. About every four or there are indicate that it is useful, says five weeks, when the weather is warm. Ellis Roil of the University of Nebraska. As far back as the early nineties the Michigan experiment statist! fed some lambs on silage and otbec foodstuffs. The gist of their findings is to the effect that a mixture of. fodders composed largely of a g quality of silage proved a cheap and, successful ration for fatteuing lambs. The Iowa station at Ames made some comparative test of dry hays, roots and silage as roughage in 1908 and 1907. In lots fed the tirst winter the silage cheapened the ration considThe Berkshire breed of hogs have erably. During the second winter the remarkable vitality and strong divarious lots were fed for a long period, gestive organs, enabling them to 1GS days, and the silage lot refused to assimilate less food into the greater gain of llesh which is of the eat much silage. They ate almost as highest quality. They can be fatmuch grain and hay as the other lot tened at any age. They are prolific, did and the gain on these silage land careful mothers and good milkers. Xo breed excels them for grazing. was more expensive than was tftag Experiments show they will prowith some of the other food eoraWna-tion- s. duce COO pounds of meat from each But the average of the tw acre of clover consumed and douyears was favorable to the use of ble that amount when fed ono pound of corn daily for every hunsilage as a means of cheiietuig? tte dred pounds of live weight. When d ration. The Iambs from all ios in pasture they should have shade into market toppers, but tfcm and plenty of pure water. Tho sow dressed carcasses slwwed the siisg shown is a fine type of the Berkshire. lambs a little superior ou the baulk. Taking these few experiments Uhj into consideration ami also tbe get them up and spray them with a results which various feeders Jmct good dip heated to a rather warm obtained in practical work, it temperature. Never give them too that silage has an important ptoe much bedding, and when the nest among desirable and economical fceds gets a little dusty give it a good sprayfor fattening sheep. ing too. It is my opinion that silage can b Be sure there is plenty of good runfed to sheep with satisfactory resK&" ning water or a self feeding tank for The use of moldy or frosseu silage nta? them to drink at. Keep slack coal cause trouble, but good, clean, bright and salt and wood ashes by them all silage can be used with excellent ire the time. Feed a mixture of mid- suits, either as a succulent food, foe dlings, bran and a little tankage or breeding ewes in winter or as a dmmg oilmeal and use some feeding molasses. but satisfactory and efficient Make this mixture into a thin slop by for fattening sheep ami Iambs. Tills putting it in the troughs and pouring opinion is lis-- partially on herY the water on it. Let the htgs do the tions of flocks which have been fe mixing themselves, which they will do and partially on the eieriinets qvm to tl'e complete satisfaction of all coned above. The results to date peluC cerned. toward silage as a cheap and valsahfet feed for sheep. SCAB ON 'CATTLE. RATION FOR EWES IN LAHB. Simple Remedy For This Common Pest of the Farm Stable. Alfalfa Hay With Corn Makes an Exf "Barnyard itch" i a white scabby cellent Winter Feed. growth around the eyes and in blotches Thousand of ewes carrying kimiM on the nock and sometimes farther are successfully fed in this country back on the body. It is a parasite and every winter with no other feed ttofi will spread from one animal to another good bright alfalfa hay, says Naand will live for yejfs in a barn that tional Stockman. However, it wiR te has been infected by cattle that have no harm.- - ami it may be well to give it It Is transmissible to people hand- these ewes a light ratiow of cor itt ling cattle so affected if they should addition to the hay. esjecially as tky happen to rub the affected spots with approach lambing time. If the ewiB bare wrist or hand, as one is apt to are young they will do as weH on ifee On the whole corn as if it is ground. do in tying or stanchioning. human it comes as hundreds of small In a large sized tlock. however, some festers, which scab over and keep ewes will not have the best of tetk. spreading and are very painful. and it will be well to crack the cor, After trying everything I could think but it should be course. Sheep Sfce of, even the best carbolic acid, brushed corn in this condition much beitr on with a feather, and only aggravatthan the meal. Start with a qaartec ing the sore, in my desperation one of a pound of corn per ewe per day c day I mixed some hog's lard and suleven less and increase to a half pound phur together, rubbed it on freely, and as lambing time approaches. If the the sores disappeared, like magic, says ewes are westerns that have not tastC. W. Cobb In the National Stockman a few grates I used it on cattle with like results. ed corn start with but per ewe daily until they learn to eat I smeared the stanchions with the mixwill alfalfa hay ture and have never had a case of it it. Give all theSupply plenty theyfresh of eat up clean. since. I have told others of it. and they have used it and killed the scab water that is so clean you yourself would drink it. Give salt regularly, on their cattle. The remedy is so simand it would be advisable to use a, ple and easily made that a child cau make and use it. Just mix hog's lard good medicated salt. full of sulphur and rub it in thoroughly. Free Hogs From Lice. Lice on hogs can be eradicate;.' by Danger In Feeding Salt. applying along the back of each hog There is considerable danger in feed- some crude oil. They can als be killing salt to ewes just before lambing ed by washing or dipping the Irng in time. Many cases have been known coal tar dips, several of which arc im where abortion has been traced directthe market. The beds and littery of ly to the use of salt during this period. Sheep must have salt and plenty of It. pigs should always be clean ind froe but this is one time during the life cy- from dust. A mangy, lousy hog in not cle when it should be withheld. Not a healthy hog, and the dust and tiithi only have bad results been noticed accumulating in the shed which is left from the feeding of salt but when uncleaned supply ideal coudiiion fersheep have been fed a liberal supply tile development of vermin and disof beets or turnips abortion has been ease of the skin. The eggs of various-interna- l parasites and lice are fouud more prevalent than otherwise. This is attributed to the fact that there is in large numbers in the dust and iiltu. more salt in these feeds than in others. of the sleeping quarters which are left" uncleaned and without being disinfected. As a result, these parasites inWheat as a Cattle Feed. crease rapidly and spread through tlit In finishing cattle for market considerable grain is required. Steers can- whole herd. . , not consume enough of the ordinary Need Exercise. Horses roughage to lay on much fat. While Be corn is generally considered almost in- every sure to give each horse exercise day in harness or yard, except.' dispensable in finishing stock for marof course, during storms. Box si-.ket, wheat can be used very satisfactorily as a substitute. Owing to the are the Ideal ones, and every vtat7 should several, at fact that the grains of wheat are small Dr two. have stormy days all events uie On during winter and hard it is necessary to grind it In aorses can be changed to these boxe order to secure the best results. and given a chance to move around. If convenient have your feed and T f r flu-ishe- al sM rw$s te " ' Ha 1 HHE . ADAIR COUNTY HEWS WARNING AGAINST SMALLPOX. Published Every Wednesday . - BY THE Adair County News Company. ( Incorporated.) SHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. ln--sr- ut Democratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. Catered at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-offl- ce as sec-4- fl WED, FEB, 18, 1914 It seems a certainty that Con- gress will appropriate $25,000,-00- 0 for post roads to be applied to the various States. In this appropriation certain requirements are made of the States before the prorata is available. In Anticipation of this legislation it seems that our Legislature ought to make a law that will meet the requirements of the National Government and immediately enter into the benefit provided. The States will be required to add to the national appropriation an equal amount of cities $625,650 and the business money, to be used on the roads loss is estimated at $1,500,000. LJt JLJLJl JUt. properly done Vaccination that will receive national aid. To be in position, our State ought with reliable virus and repeated to have a road law enabling it to every seven years, is required by collect an equal amount of mon- law and no person who has comey 'from which the various coun- plied with this law has had small ties can draw. In addition it pox in Kentucky. It costs the years ago. She was a daughter explanation is in order. He had should provide that each county average man one dollar to be of Sam R. and Annie E. Robin- to be away two weeks during as vaccinated and $140 and six to shall directly give one-hason. She had two brothers and fthe session of the Adair circuit much as it wiil draw from the fourteen weeks isolation to have three sisters. The family mov- court, and then upon the close of State and National Government. smallpox. Reliable fresh vaced to Kentucky when Edna was court he was celled to Louisville, In other words, if Adair county cine points will be furnished by quite young. Her mother died and thus was unable to catch any would be entitled to $3,000 from this Board for the use of health about twenty years ago. of the Dirigo happenings. the National Government and authorities for $6.50 per hunAfter her death for a number Jack Morgan, who has been 3,000 from the State, it would dred, and are available at any of years the family lived near yard master at the singletree be required to put up $3,0U0, time. Dunnville, Casey county. About factory here for several months, Most of our cases of smallpox thus making a road fund of years ago, Mr. Robinson, has removed his family to the Should Congress fail to are mild but at best it is a loath- seven put through this measure, then some disease. It is easy to pre- with his daughters, moved to new house recently erected by the State would be in position to vent and it is unlawful, not to be Columbia, where they resided Wm. Hobson, and so is now a supplement the county fund just vaccinated. In the presence of for awhile, then moved to Tulsa, citizen of our town. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Campbell the same. The present road law its present widespread existence Oklahoma, where they have made have both been very sick for the is worth but little, and uless a in the state intelligent people their home. law carries financial aid it will should not wait for the law tb Edna confessed her faith in past few days. not avail much. Should the Leg- force them to an evident duty. Christ at Dunnville, and was a Wm. Hobson, Campbellsville, islature provide a State road tax Law abiding people have already faithful member of the Christian has been here for a few days to be distributed to the various or will now be vaccinated. Others Church until her death. She looking after his timber intercounties, it will do more to ad- should be required to do so by was one of sweet disposition and ests. many womanly virtues. vance the interests of good roads the proper authorities. n Messrs. Ace and Garnett By order of the Board: For two or three years she had than any other means it could made a business trip to employ. A law carrying a 5 cent John G. South, M. D., Pres. been in declining health, a few Bliss, last Wednesday. levy for road purposes would not A. T. McCormack, M. D., Sec'y. months ago, accompanied by her J. B. Willcut has been very prove a burden, and yet it would sister, Annie and brother, Chas., sick for several days. The Eddyville Herald gives the she went to Alburquerque, do more to arouse enthusiasm New The school at this place, is Kentucky Legislators this re- Mexico, hoping to be benefitted and determination to build good progressing nicely under the roads than any other effort that minder, stating that the whole by the climate. But that dread management of Prof. H. M. couldjjbe made. Many of the citizenship of Eddyville is very disease, the white plague, had Campbell. counties are not able to raise much interested in the introduc- laid its fangs upon her and she G. W. Stotts bought a bunch much money under the present tion and passage of the follow- could not recover, and passed of white oak timber from the law for road purposes, and while ing bill, believing it of much over to the other side, Jan. , 19, Stapp heirs, for $200. He is now this is true, less inclined to make more importance than several 1914. About three weeks before making the timber into staves. the levy, but if a - county could hundred that have been present- her death she fell into a state of draw frm a State fund an equal ed. Here is what the Herald coma from which she aroused Rugby. amount provided,by the county, says: "Since the joint Legisla- but few times. Near the time there doubtless would not be one ture has only about half a thou- of her departure, she became There are measles on Sparks' that would fail to place its road sand bills before it the people of conscious and told her brother Ridge. levy to the limit. In this way Eddyville feel that more impor- and sister she was going home Mr. West Sparks and family we would not only "arouse the tant than most of them would be and was happy until she fell visited at Mr. Squire Patty's last Magisterial courts, but thous- a bill fixing groundhog's day, asleep in Jesus. Her sister, week. ands of enterprising citizens as either on the first, second or four- Maude, wife of Asure Damron Miss Mayme Bean, who has February, as there is a preceded well. Give us State aid, give us teenth of her to the Great Bebeen on a visit to Alva Harveys, to each of these dates. yond two years ago. National aid, but demand that claim laid has returned home. each county do its duty, and such And then the office of Inspector She. leaves her father, two v Mr. James Rowe, of Toria, is an awakening to the good roads of Groundhogs should be created brothers, Bruce and Charles, sis-tselling out to go to Illinois in the movement will surprise the most at a salary of $3,000 a year, with Annie, of Tulsa, Okla., and two assistants drawing at least near future. enthusiastic. sister Cordie Mrs. Fred Myers, day $1,800 each, to see that the Jim Fudge is very low with of this place, to mourn her loss. Dr. W. G. Hunter, a former Con- is properly observed and report But they sorrow not as those appendicitis. gressman, was in Danville last if a shadow was made, and if so, who have no hope for she kept Lawrence Harvey and family week and stated to the Advocate whether it was a good one." the faith and died in full hope of visited at James Rowes last Wedjithat he was being urged by the Mr. George Henry Nell, of this nesday night the eternal redemption. Repulicans, from all sections of place, thinks that a bill creating "Blessed are the dead, who Charley Jones, Nannie Rowe the Commonwealth to become a the office of Doodlebug Caller die in the Lord." and Birt Rowe were shopping at candidate for United States Sen- should be passed, and a liberal Z. T. Williams. Breeding last Wednesday." ator. In years long since past salary per annum should be fixDingo There is a great deal of sickthe doctor was .a great vote get- ed for each caller. ter, but age is creeping upon him ness in our neighborhood now. In Memorium. and at this time he would find The Dirigo man is not given to Squire Fayette Bryant is con the road to the United States Edna Willie Robinson was born excuses, but since he has not ap- - nected witKthe outside world by Senate, hard to travel. in Missouri about . twenty-si- x jpeared for a month perhaps an teiephone. X- To the Health and Fiscal Officials and people of Kentucky: Disregard . of the repeated warnings of this Board in regard to the danger of a wide spread epidemic of smallpox this winter is indicated by its existence in one third of the counties of this State. The disease repeatedly stamped out in many counties, has been reintroduced in the Eastern section of the State through continued disregard and yiojation oi tne law requiring that no unvaccinated person shall be employed, on the point of railroad construction companies and other large employers of unskilled labor. Prompt prosecution by county attorneys will cause the enforcement of this rule and will save the counties of the State thousands of dollars. More than 25,000 cases and 335 deaths have been caused from smallpox in Kentucky since 1908 The care and prevention of this disease has cost our counties and 'H V S ,a . x x S ; Our 5 February White Goods Sale still Continues. Special Prices on all Lines for this week. &? Russell & Co. '$$ 3& ?( Musical TnltrumentTl Violins lf Surveying 3G3Q$ Land Owners Attention. ' i $3.50 up Guitars - 2.50 up Mandolins 2.50 up Banjos 2.50 up Violin Bows 35c to $1.50 Strings - 10c set Banjo Strings 10c set $9,-00- 0. I Strings for any instrument at ?ow prices. T. C. Faulhner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. years He has thirty-thre- e experience. Charges reasonable. Phone 74 or write P. C. Faulkner, When you are looking for anything in music be sure you see Ball's line. I VJ Columbia, K iMURRAY BALL, Jeweler. I I i?&!e&&s s yowls? rs &i naJ Sill f IXb I S1 s T Sparksvilie. re I You'll Soon Forget Yours, After Trying Wonderful ROOT Elroy Roe sold one mule to JUICE. Guaranteed. Bob Young Price $140. How would you like to forget ycur k! J- e pains? Glory ! Can you ira- Roe has Little Miss Mao-p-ibeen quite sick for several days. that you had at last cast off that burden and could enjoy life again? Ta.nli oC going to bed at night feeling tirt- yea A little SOn Of Mr. and Mrs. are soing to sleep soundly, nature II j. ar.d sj- peuueiuiiy mi jiiuriiuiK. nun vuu it i quite ing to feel the necessity of getting up half Lucien Yar berry has been sick for several days, but i3 bet-- ! -ter at this writing. W. H. Ro3e visited his brother, J. T. Rose, Saturday. Born, to the wife of Elroy Roe Feb., 2, a son. Dallas Firkin, who has been confined to his bed with measles, is better at this writing. Mr. J. T, Rose and wife have ' ITT moved into our mid3t. we are "Whec: That KOOT JCTCE Surely Df glad to have them with us. the "Work." a dozen times and that when you nwq SOld One Jersey COW you're going to feel rested, refreshed a Elroy Roe ready for all the duties of the day soreness, no pain, to .T H Brepdinff for S43 SO Hp backache, nohead, full of energy, goc.l t petitet clear vim i Pol-sto- p ' knife-lik- nev trouble, your backache anu ic:j i femil j . " j er - and happiness into your life than yea ve cxnerienceC in many a day. Try ROOT JUICE this time and know what real re--g i lief is. Don't get siue tracked on tell youl else and don't let anybody Noth-ngsomething just Miss Adilla Wooten and Miss about is just as cood as good. say si made and 3'ou'll yourself when you've made the test1 All Eood drugsrists sell ROOT JT7IC Lula Dooley were visiting Mrs. per large at one dollar absolutely. lotle and they guarantee it It has trot tci Hallie Rose one day last week. benefit and satisfy you or back coesil your money, instantly the moment youl Mrs, .kmiline WllSOn, Who has i ask for it and not a word ofKjgumentj' f mats now guou possmiej proot ot ltsii rnai s nuui tne strongest been very sick, is some better. merits. Get it now and stop experi-l- l menting. Mr. J. H. PreS- - . St wftou test a medicine that hra i complished all this for other kidney z ton for $50. Mr. Roe has a nice ferers, some of whom had given up hope of ever getting better? Will V test wonderful ROOT JUICE for just t lot of Jersey cows for sale. days on a positive guarantee? Will yt MlSS Sophia Wheeler VISlted things that have failed to help you. all tne tnings youve oeen wasting jcur money on. your pills and your plasters Miss Winfrey Rowe last week. and try ROOT JUICE without risking a Miss Viola Reece is attending penny? never saw anyxnmg worK ise iou ROOT JUICE in all your life. You've a trrand surprise in store for vou and a Breeding. school at surprise that is going to bring more joy SOld One COW tO ! j Miss Lyda Brummett is attending school at the L W. T" S. seme-thin- L unj-t'TC.- . I Mrs.Milliard Corbin has a cancer over her left eye. The cancer has Mrs. Etta Gannon has beer fallen out, and Mrs. Corbin is quite sick for several weeks, buf getting along very well just now. is better at this writing. Archey Wheeler and family good, young Jacks for sale, started for Texas last week to toFour old. 5 years their future home. Smith & Hunn, 6-t- f. 'Columbia, Ky. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Lucien Moore passed through rainy and snowy days. If all here one day last week with a the plans and methods are carnice bunch of cattle. ried into effect that originated Robert Humphress is having at these gatherings, you can some repairing done on his dwell- come here at harvest time and X receive the surplus. ing house. 36 Clayton Turner is running an The meeting, which was conducted near this place, by Rev. auto between this place and Abscott, has!closed with wonder- Campbellsville. He is conversant on the action of machinery. ful success. Miss Nellie Sanders will bring Mr. Frank Tarter has a new house under construction, which the Burdick Public School to a X She has X will soon be ready for occupancy. close next Friday. Thelsinging, which was con- given entire satisfaction to the 5 : The Fact Remains No amount of misrepresentation by tfas peddlers of alum baking powders, no jug-- 5 gling with chemicals, or pretended analysis or cooked-u- p ueo. McLean - . : Staple Groceries at . Reduced Prices f Co. For-- a certificates, or falsehoods of short time we will the following Groceries at the proices named for CASH: 174 c any kind, can change the fact that 20 lbs Granulated Sugar $1.00 20c Coflee ' Good Gysen Coffee Cleaneasy Soap, per bar Royal Baking Powder lias been found by the cial examinations to be of the highest leavening efficiency, offi-- 3 cans Corn 3 cans Salmon Lard Coal Oil. per gal 25c 25c 15c 4c 12c 15c We have no rent purify and wholesomeness. free from alum, and of absolute ducted at Whites school house, patrans. Miss Susie Johnson is teach-ing'- a by Mr. Montie Tarter, was largely attended. Mr. Tarter has select school on Meadow been employed to sing six more Creek. She has enrolled 22 pupils, and is making a good imSunday's. pression. fyo., 3. Mt.JPIeasant Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for making finest and most economical food. to pay and will give our patrons the advantage ot this item of expense. We handle a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries. Our Goods are all Fresh and New. Our store b at the little bridge over the pike near the Roller Mill. Concrete sidewalk from public square to our door. We invite our friends to take a short walk to our store and profit by it. We handle Meats and Lard. Market price for Eggs and Produce every day. as i - oKaMHnBmmnMiKm must execute Bond, bearing legal inMr. feWillie Thomas, of Taylor terest from day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judg- county, spent Saturday night ment. Bidders will be prepared to Mr. Sam Lewis returned Sunday and Sunday with friends and comply promptly with these terms. from a business trip to Louisville and W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. relatives. He also Chattanooga. Personals. attended Maj. J. W. Ottley and Mr. W II. Wilson have returned from a business trip to Burkesville. Mr. W. I. Ingram spent a day or two of last week at Knifiey. Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks Local Market. Tc-day. SundaySSchool here. Hutchison spent last Sundaywith her "sister Lin-niMiss Stora 19 e, at Claud Callison's Mr. Horace Massie, of Taylor county, spent a day or two with his sister, Mrs. Claud Callison Miss Ann Lizzie Hood was the 13 13 4 I. B. Winsott, Owensboro, was at the Hancock Ilotel a few days ago Mr. Mr. II. B. Donaldson, Green, was here last week. Turkeys Geese 00 7 Bowling Judge Rollin Hurt is attending the Russell circuit court this week. Ducks.. Wool spring clipping Hides (green) ... Feathers . ' Mr. A. C. Hill, Glasgow, was heie Ginseng Beeswax Thursday. 10 18 15 40 5 50 25 2 75 Yellow Root Mr. 'E. B. Bunton. Frankfort, was here last Thursday, billing for the May Apple(per lb) Tanners Institute which will be held here Monday and Tuesday, the 23rd COMMISSIONER'S and 24th inst. Mr. R. S. Dawson, SALE. Paducah, was ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT ' OF KEXTTCKY. Pltf. ) Mr. B. II. Gilpin. Campbellsville, W. J. Tucker vs was in Columbia a few days ago. Thomas M. Lewis, &c. Defts. ) here a few days ago. Miss Winnie Dohoney will leave By virtue of a Judgment and Order Thursday for Louisville to visit her of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendersister, Mrs. Edsall. ed at the Jan , Term thereof, 1914, 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the Mr. E. V. Hill, wife and son, of Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Ky., to Eufaula.Okla,, are visiting friends and the highest bidder, at Public Auction, relatives in this county They called on Monday, the 2nd day of March on the !News and advanced their sub- 1914, at One o'clock p. m., or there scription to Sept 10, 191G. about (being Court Court,) upon a credit of six months the following deTwo certain scribed property tracts of land situated in Adair County Kentucky, on the waters of Green river and Caseys Creek. The first tract contains 95J Acres more or less, Public Sale. and the second tract contains Acres, both are fully described by On Wednesday, March the 4th, I meets and bounds in the Judgment will sell at public auction the follow- and Order of sale, which is pf record ing live stock: in the office of the Clerk of Adair CirEighth mules, coming 3 years old, cuit Court in Order Book !No 14 page pair of age mules, four brood mares, 134, to which reference is here made, three vsafe in foal, flfteen yearling said lands are known as the Wiley T. steers, four, two year old heifers, 4 Lewis lands. The interest of the incowa will be fresh in the spring. One fant, Thomas M. Lewis will not be extra good saddle mare 5 years old. collected from the purchaser, but will Thirty head of stock hogs, lGvsheep, remain a lien upon said lands, bearing also 2 yearling colts and 2 two year old. G per cent interest per annum until The sale will begin at 10 a.m., and said infant arrives at the age of 21 will be held at my barn on the farm years, or a Guardian qualities for him known as the Jordan Page farm, one according to law. For the purchase and a half miles from Cane Valley. price, the purchaser, with approved If you want good stock this is your sureties or securities, must execute W. C. Vanhoy. chance. bond, bearing legal interest .from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply prompt COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, Sano. KENTUCKY L. C. Winfrey Rec, Citizens' , 1 . i Additional Locals. to-wi- t; I 4-- 4t J. X. jVtwell, G. W. Cook Bank, vs vs &c. Pltf.. Defts' Pltf. Defts. V Jim Cravens was a pleasant caller at Mr. Tom Shepherds last Sunday.,, Bill Shepherd has just complet- J. X. Atwell, &c. vs and Walker Bryant on cross petition 2sT. ed an stock barn. ) J. Atwell, &c Defts. Miss Myrtie Rexroat was the By. virtue of a Judgment and order pleasant guest of Misses Ada and of a sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the January term, thereof, Oma Shepherd last Sunday. 1913, in the above cause, for the sums W. W. Wheat had the misfor) I up-to-da- te of 815.81 and SG4.85 and S44.15 costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door in Coday of March, 1914, lumbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 2nd at one o'clock, p. m., or thereabout (being County Court) upon a credit of three months the following described troperty, t: one a bay about 12 years Two horses, old, and 1G hands high, nanfed Bill. The other, a bay, 6 years old, and 16 , hands high, named John Lee, being th6 same horses said Atwell has owned for a year or two. Also one 3 inch Weber wagon and two sets of harness. or sufficient to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, to-wi- tune to lose a valuable brood mare last Wednerday night. Mrs. Lora Brockman is on the sick list at this writing. J. O. White sold a nice bunch of cattle and hogs to Charlie Piles last week. Mrs. Thera Brockman, who has been in declining health for some time, is no better. T. W. Bryant bought one mule of Dolph Bryant last week for a fancy price. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hood, one day last week. Murray Ball, Ernest Cundiff has had a Miss Stora Hutchison spent Jeweler. chance for mumps. last Sunday night with her Mr. John CundifFs family have grandmother, Mrs. Bettie Hutchrecovered from an attock of the ison, of Columbia, and assisted $360. grip. her in moving. OVER 65 YEARS' R. H. Campbell sold 30 acres EXPERIENCE. Mr. John Will Cundiff and Mr. Bun Rice, who got his an- - Lf uniraproved land Rear her6j t0 si3ter3, Misses Montra, kle hurt by a horse, is able to be wilbur Crabtree, for 1,000. three Anna, and Lala were visiting at out again. The land was well sold. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Bradley's The sad news of Mr. Alvin W. H. Speer received his Trade Marks Designs Bridgewater's death reached crusher for rock last week. It Wednesday night and enjoyed Copyrights &c. 'TFv the fine music rendered by Miss and description may Anyone sending a f here last Thursdag. The family has a capacity of two tons a day. quickly ascertain our rprnn free whether ar. rnnuinlca r HANDBOOKC on Talent Mr. Loren Bradley Invention is contltlet.ti.il. t' Maud and have our sympathy. Hon strictly The farmers will have an opporsent free. Oldest ncency fur seeuriiisr putenis. Cj. 'ecetve and Mr. Walter Sullivan. I'atcnts taken throuah Jlurn special notice, without charge, la the tunity for using ground limeHatcher. ciennne jtmencau. stone this year. He has had Pellyton. A handsomely illustrated weekly. largest in dilation of any scientific Journal. Terms, w a? some of the rock analyzed and yenr: four months, L Sold by all r.ewwelr. The examining trial of Wil- MUNN S Co.354BroadvjN8W York the analysis showed equal to any Mr. W. G. Ellis and J. C. Blair I!ru:.cl: oracc. fi?5 F St. Washin,toi.. V. C Ham Murray, charged with the that has been examined. went to Columbia --Saturday on killing of Coronor Lisle Matbusiness. thews, and wounding Carl Hays, Russell "Creek. Mr. John Wolforu and Mr. was held Wednesday and ThursNo Thomas Mullinix, of Casey Creek, i day. William and Clevius were Darning-DaMrs. Sam Smith was quite sick were in our midst one day last remanded to jail to await the aclast week, but is better at this week. tion of the grany jury in April. writing. Quite a lot of sickness in this Samuel and Eliza were released For You Perry Cundiff was in section. Mr. on their 9W11 bond, and Victoria We gudtanf.ee was freed, nothing was proven Greensburg last Thursday on Mr, T, P. Coffey and wife have that a dollar bex to implicate her. William has business. of four pairs of been ' visiting in Taylor county Mr. John Squires and sister, for the past week. asylum, Buster Brown's been an inmate of an Mary, were visiting Miss Mary DARNLESS and has never been restored to Mr. James Brown, of Rheber, Guaranteed Hos- citizenship. It is the general and Stanley Van Hoy last Satur- was visiting at J. C. Blair's one siery either for the opinion of the people that he is day night and Sunday. day la3t week. wife, the husband or the child will non comnus mentis, and will be Mrs. Neal Dixon is quite sick Mr. Joe Jones and wife have dispense with darning for four months. The at this writing. so at final trial. declared If not, new hosiery will be furnished moved from this place to Russell free without argument. tragedy is to be regretted, but Miss Ann Lizzie Squires was county. We regret to have them the outcome is nearly as every visiting her sister, Mrs. Chat DoBuster Brown's leave. body expected. honey, at Milltown, last week. Mr. J. C. Blair and wife were Mr. Matthews did his duty as Will Edd Squires and Ben Han-cpc- k visiting at Milton Workman's the court had ordered. He was were in Greensburp; last Guaranteed Hosiery reading the writ of dispossession week delivering their crop of to- Sunday. For Men, Women and Children Miss Bertha Blair was visiting when shot. bacco. a Four Pairs Guaran-Pai- r Miss Ere Ellis, Sunday. sevMeasles and mumps have teed Four Months. Mr. James Suddarth was in eral confined to their rooms in Campbellsville last week buying Mr. Oscar Sinclair and wife embodies excellent fit and style as spent Sunday at W. S. Sinclair's. well as durability. It is made from this community. clover seed. Mr Estill Biair .went to town the finest yarns and dyes, in any color, J, F. Campbell bought a team Mr. Bob Hatcher sold one work size, style or weight you want. Has of sorrel mare mules from Wade mule to George Butler for $135. Sunday. linen reinforced heel, top, sole and Mr. Roy Reynolds, of Disapfor & Richards, , of Lebanon, toe and comes In plain or silkjisle finMr. Dolphus Todd sold one pointment Creek, was in this ish; ribbed and smooth styles for They are coming $310. nice mare for $175. section Sunday. children. Ask for them. Mr. A. B. Cox bought five lots Rev. Lemon, our pastor, has a Mr. E P.t Peterson has been Russell & Co. from different parties on Russell phone in his house at this writappointed on the State Board of Heights, ,f or $50 a lot. ing. Equalization at Frankfort. Mrs. Ed Viers has been quite Mrs. Susie Brockman, of this There were several appointsick for the past weel$. place, has returned from Cane ments from this section on the MONEY Phillips will preach th Valley, where she has been for Bro. Board. IK v,TtfG first Sunday in March at eleven some time. Mr. Fulton Campbeii had one o'clock, at Hutchison schoo Several from this place are of his legs 'broken last Monday ' talking of going West. house. We tell yGuh5v. and 037665110X71:61 while snaking. a log. Dr. Kelsey i grices. We re dealers; establish c2 Uncle Gum Perryman is very re. :n ltse; ana can ao at. iu.;k tor yen: Mr. Walter Sullivan, of was called and reduced the & than agents or commission raer- ill at this writing. Q$ chants. References any bank in Jxu-and Mr. Avalee Sullivan, "Write for weekly price fracture. The break is in the Mrs. Nannie Pelley was visit- rl isville. SABEL.&. SONS list, tl M. & 33 E Market SL. LOVISTUIL.tr. of Russell Springs, were visiting ing at Mary Ferryman's Sunday. ankle. Caalers In FURS, HIDES. WOOL. Quite a number of loafers are Mr. and Mrs. Loren Bradley, Well as it is snowing, will ring found in our little village these last Wednesday night, and ren- . Eleven pupils entered the examination for a Common School Diploma last month. Only five had their paper graded. None were successful. Mr. J.W. Watson who had a general store at Acton, sold his stock to Pole Pendleton. He purchased the grocery store of Hord and Buckner, Campbellsville. Preliminary work Has begun Evon the water works, ery one hopes to have water accommodations by early spring. It has long been needed. John F. Campbell sold one five year old black jack to Wade & Richards, for $650. He also sold one team of horse mules, for C-ville. dered some of the finest music that was ever heard. Walter is cereainly a fine musician. Miss Mag Hutchison bought one buggy mare from Mr Dick it Feese, of Plum Point, for $150. Mr. Bill Hood, who has been visiting his parents for two months, will return to Illinois the 19th. We regret "very much to see him leave us as he is a jolly good fellow, but we like to see boys save some price for a rainy day. Luck to you Bill. CM- - Ten Days Free Trial Tested and Glasses Properly Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed. ijjTnjra prob-iil- ! &, -- DARNLESS 25c two-year-ol- d. Tst FURS V Leb-ano- n, 27-25-- r.. THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS --K-H-- H ?LMleFarmPaul I I a t? Making the f I Silage dry JL - BRIEF SILAGE FACTS. one-thir- 1 ' I Bg C. C. BOWSFIELD I..... .V..,..t,.V..lVllll'.l'..V..tMV,t . THE actual making on a farm comes when we are above the average in quality and production. fewM"H f stand on the mon level Those who x com- will get a living, hut not much more. Farming needs individuality of character and purpose just as running a fctore or a factory does. If the usual profit in a flock of hens is 1 each above 'the cost of food the aim should be to increase egg production and the sale of broilers or other kinds of fancy poultry so that there will be a profit of ?2 for each hen kept. This is to be accomplished by selecting pullets from the best laying mothers and by bi ceding up with full blooded males. If the cows hi a dairy herd are paying an average of S100 a year, make an effort to raise it to 200. Perhaps the quickest way to gain this end is by discarding all animals that fail to give five gallons of milk per day for the greater part of the year. The stock may be gradually improved, by selection and breeding. It may be possible also to sell a part of the milk or cream to private customers who will pay double the wholesale rate. It is not necessary that the farmer should replace all of his grade cows with high priced, pure bred Ilolsteins. or Ayrshiros Guernseys Jerse3"s. However, for successful and profitable dairying it is absolutely necessary tiiat lie realize the remarkable difference in productive capacity of the individual cows in the same herd, though these cows are cared for by the same man and are consuming practically the same amount of feed. Recently a herd of hogs from the northwest was sold in one of the cen tral markets for SS.oO per 100 pounds A herd of similar size from a so called corn belt state sold in the same mar kct on the same day for $7.05 The northwestern hogs were fed a variety, including barley, a liberal amount of alfalfa, a little ground wheat, some corn and some sugar beet sirup. The other herd of hogs was fattened al most exclusively on corn. Not only did iue northwestern hogs bring a higher price per 100 pounds, but they put uti flesh more rapidly and economically than the others and were in every way more satisfactory. With the present knowledge of alfalfa growing no farmer, even in the strictly corn states, can find a reasonable excuse for not having some of this to feed his hogs . Ilogs need to run at large in a field where there is forage. This may be clover, alfalfa, rape or artichokes. In this way they attain growth and put on flesh better than they will if penned up. If they can have whey or skimmed milk once a day this will assist the economical production of meat. The aim must be to bring the hog up to 200 or 300 pounds at such a mod eratc cost that there will be a liberal profit when it is marketed. With an abundance of hay and corn there ought to be a good profit in fattening beef animals, few or many, according to the bize ot the farm. It would appear that with the judicious selection of feeders, with the careful handling "of the animals while in the feed lot and with an even break on other conditions, cattle feeding ought to be fairly profitable. Farmers have come to realize the value of maintaining soil fertility and are using manure as liberally as possible. Land, to be made a source of continuous profit, must be kept fertile. The proper rotation of crops combined with the raising of live stock, will contribute largely in the maintenance of soil d fed stock require loss grain than cattle fed fodder and produce beef more economically. Few- facts in agriculture have been more .clearly and conclusively established than that the silo is a necessity to the stock farmer. Combining the cost of growing the corn crop and the cost of siloing and adding 50 cents per ton for depreciation, the cost of producing silage amounts to $2.2." per ton. Silage, whether ' it be corn. Kaffir or cane, has a palatability and a succulence which other feeds do not possess and which are absolutely essential in making up a suitable ration for the milking cow. The cow will not tire of silage as she will of other feeds. The cow will eat silage the year around if she has opportunity. IN THE WORLD OF SPORT Nicholson Is Designer of the Hie Perfect Laxative For Elderly People 4 Shamrock IV. ' Ago has its attractions no less than properties that strengthen the stomach, youth in a more serene and quieter life. liver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Rut it is this very life of rest without Pepsin, which thousands of elderly peosufficient exercise that brings with it ple use, to the exclusion of all other tliose disorders that arise from In- remedies. Trustworthy people like A, B. activity. Chief of these are a chronic. Tigrett, Oaklawn Farm, Newborn, Tenn., persistent constipation. and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks, Paris. Ky .Most eiueriy people are troubled in say they take it at regular interthis way, with accompanying symptoms vals and in that wav not onlv main of belching, drowsiness after eating, tain general good health, but that they headaches and general lassitude. Fre- nave not in years felt as good as tney quently there is difficulty of digesting do now. You will do well to always even light food. Much mental trouble have a bottle of it in the house. It is ensues, as it is hard to find a suitable good for all the family. remedy. First of all the advice may be Anvone wishing to make a trial of this uiven that elderly people should not use remedy before buying it in the salts, cathartic pills or powders, waters wav of a druggist at fifty cents regular or ono or any of the more violent purgatives. dollar a large size) can What they need, women as well as men. have a sample bottle (family the home bottle sent to Is a. mild 1n.jrn.tivn tonic nnf that is of pleasant to take and yet acts without free B. charge by simply addressing Dr. W. Caldwell. 405 "Washington St., griping. The remedy that fills all these re- -' Monticello, 111. Your name and address auirements, and has in addition tonic 'on a postal card will do. left me with a frightful cough and very weak. J had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by DR. KING'S El Jiseevery ' Mrs. 50c J. E. Cox, Joliet, ? 111. AND SLOG AT ALL ScyjLgggity-gagsrgati- DRUGGISTS. j j ' D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY jThe Kentucky Derby. i HORSE CAST IN STALL i Great interest has been aroused by in the stall and is unable to rise. This the statement that the Shamrock IV.. is a common and often fatal accident the new challenger for the America's that might in many instances be pre- cup. will have a centerboard. The use the Iiural New Yorker. Method of Procedure When This Com- mon Accident Occurs. A "cast" horse is one that gets down vented, says Dr. A. S. Alexander in of this distinctly American contrivance will indicate that the yacht will have a times what it has been worth. When a horse is found cast in his hiuM of light draft. stall do not become "rattled," as often C. E. Nicholson, the well known Eng- This will doubtless stimulate the occurs. Many a horse has been shot as lish yachting expert, is the designer of paralyzed that would get up in time if the Shamrock IV. interest of Kentucky turfmen in sensibly treated. Remember that when a horse has been cast for a lon time As to Roimh Hockev. breeding probable Derby win- the hind '"g on the tinder side tends to The players on our American hockey become i lb or cramped from lack of teams may get a little too frisky at ners, but the more modest stae circulation e blood. In this condition times, but we should be thankful that i it is useless to the horse. Pull the they are not as bloodthirsty as our has never failed to interest Kenhorse out of the stall, if that is found friends across the border. possible. Never try to make him iret A man was nearly killed in a game tucky breeders and trainers more up when it is seen that he is cast. He at Montreal recently, moving a local has tried his best to rise and failed newspaper to publish across two col- actively than even greater EastIf he cannot be pulled into the run type the following ern stakes did in "the palmy way at the rear of the stall pull down umns in large warning. the partition against which he is e days." To win the Kentucky "The almost fatal accident to then roll the horse over and examine dangers of again emphasizes the the legs that he has been lying upon on the part Derby has been the ambition of One of them may be broken. That hockey and the necessity of the team managers to keep down often is found to be the case and usual- every Kentucky owner of thorthe temper of the men. any of oughbreds "It would be a great pity if since the institution our rinks should be shut up through popular clamor as a result of what the of the race. The glory and the law must .call at least sporting manadvertising for the horse have slaughter. "Hockey oflicials and hockey rules, no matter how strict either of them been regarded as worth more are. cannot prevent rough play. than the money. Be it $4,000 "It is all in the hands of the team managers. or $40,000 the "blue ribbon "Let them use the power they possess over the players under their con- event" of the Kentucky turf will trol wisely and well lest the public be always excite the ambition of compelled to look to the criminal of the newspapers, where coroners' courts and prison cells are fea- every man in the racing game tured for the latest hockey news in- in this part of the world. Frankstead of on the sporting page." ! La-londcol-um- Or better still we will furnish the one year and the Daily State Journal until April 1st has decided to make the Ken- for 31.23. If you want to keep in ' Frank- in touch the doings tucky Derby worth about $12,000 fort whilewith Legislature is at session, in the to the winner, or about three you should have the State Journal Kvrar" We would be pleased to send the Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from now until the first of April foroOcents. I cV" Special Fistulo, " The New .Louisville Jocky Club Adair County'News, Altnetin to E)s. Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. How is Your Boiler? LOCATION It has been stated that a man's stomach is his boiler, his body is his engine and his mouth the lire box. Is your boiler (stomach) in good working order or is it so weak that it will not stand a full load and not able to supply the needed energy to your engine (body)? If you have any trouble with our stomach, Chamberlain's Tablets will do jou good. They strengthen and invigorate the stomach and enable it Many very to do its work naturally. remarkable cures of stomach trouble have been effected by them. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad. Public Sale. On Saturday, the 21st of February, we will sell at public outcry at our HUGHES' RESIDENCE. 0NBURKSV1LLE STREET. NEAR ED Joseph 1$ H. w Stone; AttoneY-AMa- Will pradtice in this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, A : Kentucky Splendid Clubbing (Bargain Wo Offer fertility r ? , Intelligent, painstaking effort j based upon the teachings of sci- ence, is the price of many farm- 4 ers' success. v A Humane Check Strap. Take a good, strong elastic band twelve inches long and double it Sew strap loops at each end. Fasten to A CHECK STKAP EASY ON THE UOHSE. check strap. This little article wi?i prevent stumbling, and the bit will be much easier on the horse's mouth. Care of Plants In Winter. Look to the dahlia and canna tubers stored in the cellar. If too damp, mold will have formed and cause decay If not removed. Spread the tubers out where the air is dry and separate the perfectly good roots from those touched with mold. If, on the contrary, the roots look shriveled. put them near the floor In a damp corner of the cellar. Ventilation must be given the cellar during the winter to keep it dry. Be very sure that there are no rncks or loose window panes to let in draft and frost- - "Will Be Game's Best Year." Connie .Mack, manager of the world's champion Athletics, does ,not agree with Ban Johnson, president of the American league, who recently in a Chicago interview said the year 191J would be most disastrous for baseball On the other hand, the master mind The only practical way we have of the game in a forecast said it would to improve live stock is by the use be baseball's best season. Manager of good pure bred sires. It should need no argument to convince any Mack said: man that as long as scrub sires are "I'm not predicting any pennants at used by farmers the quality of the this time, but I feel confident that the live stock on farms will improve Athletics will be able to hold their own slowly "if at all. The undesirable male animal must not be allowed in 1014. We must have our strongest to perpetuate his bad qualities. team, for the other clubs, especially There is no need that he should, those that finished in the second diviand it is only because farmers do I sion, will be greatly strengthened. not fully realize the truth of their own assertion that, we need better look for a much harder race than last live stock that they tolerate these year, because all of the clubs will be scrubs in the land. The pure bred more evenly balanced. The fans will Pereheron stallion shown is the Icind that produces topnotch draft see better baseball this year, which I horses. have every reason to believe will be the game's most successful in every ly necessitates the destruction of the way." animal. If the legs are found intact N. A. A. O. Meeting. proceed to move them thoroughly and The annual meeting of the Natioual massage the muscles to stimulate norwill mal circulation of blood. A stimulating Association of Amateur Oarsmen be held at the New York Athletic club liniment rubbed upon the muscles will more quickly induce the circulation. on March 21. At this session the date After the extremities have become and place for the 1014 national regatta warm and sensitive encourage the will be arranged. According to an offhorse to rise. If he cannot do so have icial of the national body, Philadelphia several men assist him, if necessary will probably get the big event, alhelping to lift him by means of a fold- though several western cities are afted canvas sheet or even a wide plank er it. Philadelphia has not had the event passed under his belly. Before shooting a cast horse that is for several years, and since the Quakunable to rise, although his leg is not ers' course on the Schuylkill is one of broken, have the veterinarian use the the best in the country the chances are the National Association of Amateur catheter to draw off the urine. often is brought on by the strug- Oarsmen will vote favorably for Phila gles of, a cast horse that has bee i delphia. Baltimore and Detroit also standing idle in the stable. The urine are after the date. in such a case will be found dark red Harry Lewis Quits Ring. brown in color or like strong coffee. Harry Besterman. better known to The disease may prove curable by the intelligent treatment of a qualified vet- ring followers as Harry Lewis, who erinarian. is slowly improving at his home from the injuries he received last October, Money In Swine. when he was knocked out in the fifth Swine raising is one "way to utilize round of a bout with Joe Borrell. an the surplus grain and the waste acres Indianapolis middleweight, declared he as pasture. Swine consume an enor will never again don a glove. He says mous amount of food, but they make that an injury he sustained in an autorapid gain, usually mature quickly mobile accident in London a few years as compared to other animals and are ago, is the real cause of his condition. among that class of animals that reThe former Gghter made his reputaproduce the species rapidly. Money intion In the lightweight class and was vested in swine should bring dividends lit one time the sensation of Paris. sooner, as a rule, than when invested in cattle or sheep. Every farm should Pirate Holdouts. have enough swine to supply the manThe Pittsburgh Pirates have two ager's family with pork and bacon. holdouts on their hands. Claude Farm and Ranch. the pitcher, says h will not play with the Pirates unless he is givPure Breds Pay. en an increase in salary. He demands A litter of eight good pigs from a $7,500 arid says that if Dreyfuss repure bred boar mated with a choice fuses vto give it to him he will jump t sow will require less feed and when to the Federals. Max Carey is hold- grown will produce fifty pounds of Ing the Pirates up for a SG.500 salary. meat per pig more than scrubby ones. President Dreyfuss refuses to discus Mi'is makinc 400 pounds of additional the question, but tt is thought that he Meat. without additional expense. will make some sort of compromise. Azo-turi- a Hen-driclc. fort Journal. barn in Roley, the following: Five mule teams, wagons and harness, two heavy horse teams, two good jacks, three good jennetts, one stallion, two cows to be fresh 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 time with interest from date, note to be properly secured. Wolford Bros, Casey Creek. The Adair News And County The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year Birdseve view ot our Plant For Only new d)LJt) Subscription, may be or renewal What The Weekly Enquirer Is every Thursday, Subacriptio pries per year, and it is one of the beat harae metropolitan weeklies of Itfcosal the facilities of the creat DAILY ENQUIRER fee obtain-in- g the World's events, and for that reasen caa give you all the leJ'ng news. It curries a great amount of valuable farm matter, crwpt editorials and reliable market Its departments make a necessity to ever? home, farm or business ma to-da-y. te It is issued repe-rta- . us "feSESst -- S. - X. i ''. '- --TV X :.j5&c-.i- ? &. 'A t ? frsftJTF. Tnis grand offer is limited ami we advise you to take advantage by subscribing for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS- - Largest in Dixie" iG. W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Louisville, Kentucky. , Incorporated P. SMYTHE for CE WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, EVERYTHING IN FIRE-INSURAN- Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write forjjour Catalog and REAL"ESTATE ; HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood . It t 51 f3 iai' fi T. Alston. Saleich. .N. O. "and my liver andkidneys did not work right, j but four bottles ot .Electric Jiitters made me feeJ ke a new man. PRICE 50CTS. Ai ALL DRUG STORES. "I was suffering from paiuio Hi; stomach, head and hack. ' writes H. Made A New Man Of Kim- - and American Fence. keepUon hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or Residence Phone 29, office day. Phone 98. 45--1 yr J. F. Triptett, t Columbia, Ky.. Ad X Steel Fence Posts ' DEHLER BROS. - CO- - Incorporated 112-11- 6 Eaat rCalkef Street, Del ween Firsthand Brook' Louisyille, Ky. THE 'ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 STANLi LLS INDORSED BY THE PRESIDENT AN! STOMACH TROUBLE VE YEAR! Majority of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. Hughes v THE LOU S VII! LL Pertinent Philosophy. (Jay E. House.) Not all of the advertising is done in newspapers and street cars. We had in mind the indi- vidual who attends a banquet at which he turns his wine glass down- j JUDICIARY Anti-tru- st COMMITTEE Presented I decided to Would Die, But take his advice, although I did not have any confidence in it. 1 IMS FOR Measures of the Administration to One Helped Him to Recovery. have now been taking Black-Draug- ht 013 for three months, and if has cured me if the courts took cognizance , Congress Same as Those Previously Introduced jy congressman Stanley. - haven't had those awful sick headaches since I BRIGHTER..BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER began using it. Black-Draug- Pomeroylon, Ky. In interesting ad- I am so thankful for what ht vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows : "I was down with has done for me." Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has been stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so Joad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure,' vegetable herbs, tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely did notseem to do me any good. I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. I would die. Thedford's He advised Black-Draught, me to try and quit Get a package today. Only a quarter. j-- England's Tea. ir.or t erraft to most of its salarv as " 1 Tea is always getting John Bull into trouble. It will be the death of him yet, if he doesn't watch out. Away back in 1773, it was tea that set colonists revolting and that finally lost America to England. It was tea and a few other things that made England ignore the warning of Kipling "Make no truce with Adam Zad the bear that walks like a man" and to bring about the thoroughly disgraceful Anglo-Russian j certain officers. Everything con- . t siaereu, it negins iu iuu. x though a soldier, if he must drink, had better Set honestly drunk and be done with jt rather than to swig tea until he is a little better than a Chinese opium fiend 1 , 1 The empire on which the sun never sets is in bad case, It can't exist without tea. And it is constantly threatened with the direct results because of tea. It ought either to take lessons from Huerta on how to drink whisky alliance. Now it is or from Bryan on how to subsist the tea. that is destroying the on grape juice. efficiency of the British army, that has led the officers and The Best Cough Medicine. of the service into whole"I have used Chamberlain's Cough sale graft practices and has set Remedy ever since I have been keepsays L. C. Ilames, of up one mighty scandal through- ing house,' Ala., "I consider it one of the England and her colonies. out best remedies I ever used. My childThe whole British army is said ren have all taken it and it works like a charm For colds and whooping to be a slave to tea which com- cough it is excellent." For sale by Ad. modity it can't get without pay- - Paull Drug Co. gen-tlemen Mar-bur- y, The Daily Louisville And The Adair 3 County It News the best afternoon daily paper publish ed in Louisville. is Democratic Wood-ro- w and is heartily supporting sWilson for the Presidency. The campaign is on and if you want to in touch Washington, Jan. 25. Special. In suage because it was the best avall-th- e text and provisions of two of the able. Of all be classified as "assault and bat- most important of the administration selected as the bills before them they sections of the current anti-trubills, introduced in congress measures (which are to be law) the THE REGULAR PRICE OF tery." last week, Representative A. O. Stan- - text of the 1911 ami 1012 bills which. ley A woman's attitude toward manyhas found justification for the bear Mr. Stanley's name. The 1911 months he spent in investigating interlocking directorate bill, which has TH LOUISVILLE TIH1 trust his reher husband's gambling procliv port relations and in writingthereon,- been lifted bodily by the lawmakers and recommendations of 1914, is entirely and solely the worlc As the parallel below will show, the of Mr. Stanley. The individual ities is that it is wrong to lose, bills on interlocking di-- j fits bill was drawn by him ami tha A ' rectorates and on giving damage bene- - other Democrats on the Stanlev steel The trouble with the rules for fits to Individuals in government anti- committee and was participated in by health is that men often die of-- trust suits, approved last Thursday by Louis Brandeis and other experts. President "Wilson after having been The parallel between the Stanley and IP YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDE old age at 70. drafted by the judiciary committee, are Clayton interlocking directorates bills almost verbatim reproductions of shows that the only important addiTO US, YOU CAN GET measures introduced long ago by tion of the Clayton bill is that which If the campaign tue Kentucky representative. prohibits interlocking bank directoCigarette were conducted on the In the interlocking directorate rates. Mr. Stanley made a fight for of . ADAIR- - COUP 1 ground that that the cigarette is. "re nearlybinall the language is Mr. this as a separate measure in the houso -, Stanley's of April ion, ued currency caucus deliberations in 3913. Clayton in 22, of of an Unsatisfactory smoke, Some andthe penalties bill $100Jan.day or1914. and only at the suggestion thothe preshis a of one ident was it omitted from bill and. year's imprisonment, or both, are re- used as a separate measure of 1914. headway might be made. NEW. produced outright. In the individual Chronology of Bills. measure Mr. Stanley's bill The cleverest woman in our benefits 1912, i used almost in its of! The following ehronologu-a- l htetory Aug. 2, eii- yestershows how the Stanley AND tirety by ,th? t""t experts of the day became the Wilson bills of today: neighborhood is Mrs. Chester, laws of present administration. April 5, 1911. tlM' Stanley interlockGiddingS. Mrs. Glddings' dlE- Stanley Finds Justification. ing bill was introduced. Thus, after a long wait. Mr. Stanley 1911, the Stanley May T! LOUISVILEI- tinction lies lnthe factdthat She is able to demonstrate that his pioneer tigation4. was authorized. steel invesnor onmnloho o owij wiuuLcw-- i activities against interlocking directo- - Aug. 2. 1912. the Stanley Steel comVii - rr rates in 1911, and the report of his mittee reported ... WUiK. the interlocking bill of committee which investigated 1911. and the new Individual the .April...5..... cicrnnPA frnmlior Vmchand .. , fcj.uww..ww a... wt . .. - f. liuuvuiiu umicu r.i i ftieei corporation in tun: oeneiit mil. amies have become the gospel of the presi- Jan. 20. 191-- the president recom ,Tfrtrv,n .,,t Un nAAA dent and his advisers in 1914. The mended that congress enact these BOTH ONE YEAR can start a story. rBut only proof presented in the parallel col- measures among others. umns below is so absolute as to leave Jan. 22. 1914. the Clayton bills in- eluding tlie Stanley text were intro those sinp-nlarl,. ted succeed. , " shadow of doubt behind it. c? Representative C. C. Carlin of Vir- duced. without assistance incompleting ginia and other members of the judi- A reading of the following parallel ciary subcommittee, which framed the will show to what extent the Stanley it. administration bills, freely admit that text was lifted after three and two they used Mr. Stanley's old time Ian- - years, respectively: THE LOUISVILLE TIMES It isn't enough to love a womINTERLOCKING DIRECTORATES. an. You must frequently tell the best afternoon paper pr! CLAYTON BILL. STANLEY BILL. (Introduced Jan. 22, 1914.) (Introduced April 5, 1911.) her so. ted anywhere. "Section 1. From and after two "From and after June 30, 1911, no years from of person who is engaged as an indirne acia test or a woman s this act no the datewho approval of person is engaged Has the best corps of corr vidual or as a member of a partas an individual, or as a member neatness is herdressing table. nership, or as a director or other of a partnership, or as a director officer, or an employee of a corpoor other officer of a corporation in pondents. ration, in the business, in whole or the business, in whole or in part, Horrible Blotches ofJEczema. in part, of manufacturing or sellof manufacturing or selling railing railroad cars or locomotives, or Covers the Kentucky field ju road cars or locomotives, or railQuickly cured.by Dr. Hobson's Ec-road rails, or structural steel, or railroad rails, or structural steel, or zema Ointment. C. P. Caldwell, of mining or selling coal, or the conmining and selling coal, shall act fectly. duct of a bank or trust company, as a director or other officer or emNew Orleans, La., states: My doctor shall act as a director other ployee of any railroad company Covers the general news Sal advised me to try Dr. Hobson's Ecze- -' ficer or employee of anyoprailroad ofor which conducts an interstate comother public service corporation merce business. ma Salve. I used three'boxes of Oint- -' which conducts an interstate busicompletely. "Sec. 2. That any person who ment and three cakesof Dr. Hobson's ness. shall be guilty of a violation of thia "Sec. 3. That any person who law shall be punished by a fine of Has the best and fullest mu Derma Zema Soap. .Today I have not shall violate section 1 or section 2 $100 a day for every day during a spot anywhere jon',my body and can hereof shall be guilty of a misdewhich he shall act as a director, meanor and shall be punished by a officer or employee of the railroad kets reports. say I am cured." Itjwill Jdo the same fine of $100 a day for each day of company, or by imprisonment for the continuance of such violation for you. Its soothing, healing, anti-- , such period as the court may desor by imprisonment for such period ignate, not exceeding one year, or DEMOCRATIC in politics i. septiou action will rid youjof all skin as the court may designate, not exby both such fine and imprisonceeding one year, or by both, in the ment, in the discretion of tha humors, blackheads, pimples, Eczema discretion of the court." fair to everybody. court." blotches, red unsightlyS sores, and INDIVIDUAL BENEFIT BIIIS. leaves your skirij clean and healthy SEND YOUR SUBSCRIt Get a boxj CLAYTON BILL. STANLEY COMMITTEE BILL. Guaranteed. Al (Introduced Jan. 22, 1914.) (Introduced Aug. 2, 1912.) Druggist 50c, orjj bygmail. Pfeill'eri "Sec. 12. That whenever in any "Sec. 15. Whenever in any suit TION RIGHT AWAY Co., Philadelphia & St. ' suit or proceeding, civil or crimiChemical brought by or on behalf of the nal, brought by or on'behalf of Louis. Paull DrugjCo. Ad. ' government under the provisions the United States a final judgment or of decree shall have been rendered to this act, a final judgment or decree shall have been rendered to the the effect that a defendant in vioAncient African:Custom. DENTAL OFi'ICE effect that a defendant, m violation lation of the provisions of this act of the provisions of this act, has has entered into a combination in entered into a co'ntract, combinarestraint of trade, or has monopotion in form of trust or otherwise, In the Fourteenth century when ' or conspiracy in restraint "of trade lized or attempted to monopolize, or commerce among the several or has combined with any person the African historian Ibn Batuta' states or with foreign nations, or DENTIST to monopolize, any part of the trade has monopolized or attempted to or commerce among the several made his journey across the de- - monopolize, or combined with any JSTJFXT TO POST OFFICE states or with foreign nations, the person or persons to monopolize, existence of such illegal combinasere from Morocco to the Niger, any part of the trade or commerce Ky. Columbia, among the several states or vith tion or monopoly or of such attempt foreign nations, the existence of he relates how "water was stor to monopolize shall, to the full exRES PHONE 20. OFFICE PHONE such illegal contract, combination tent to which the issues of fact or by the people;" or conspiracy in restraint of trade, ed in trees law were litigated, and to the full or of such attempt or conspiracy to extent to which such fact, judgment this custom is still common in monopolize, shall, to the full extent or decree would constitute in any to which such judgment or decree ; rsraasjaafflssvA' other proceeding an estoppel as beKordofan to this day. The tree would constitute in any other proIS tween the United States and such ceeding an estoppel as between the defendant, constitute as against is the Banian or Tebeledi tree government and such person, constitute as against such defendant such defendant conclusive evidence conclusive evidence of the same (Adansonia digitata:) it is of the same facts and be conclusive facts and be conclusive as to the i: as to the same issues of law in faout when necessary and is same issues of law in favor of any "t mo great distress i vor of any other person in any othother party in any other proceeding : ' ;o mauy thiops for I iv i. er proceeding brought under or in'juicofv. i f'p. lillntlastl found M in some cases mended with bricks brought under or involving the volving the provisions of this act." tii b3 . p'jl- - r j, Jiciiolevcr tustl i i? provisions of this act." ARTHUR B. KROCK. and cement. Q st of what the Scotch do to the Eng- lish language, the offense would j i 55.00 YEAH j bene-administrat- ; i i J thetar ; I .- -- : TIMES ! att ;- 1 v o-i- f FOR ONLY $4.50. 1 j , t j to-da- Dr. James Triplet) j r'-sasw- T ho'-low- ed Jn'iig'-fio!ir-!!- - i j- - v. -f. -- 5 .1 H& IT6. a fe Etl rT iJ) il keep with all the parties throughout the United States sub- scribe for the Times. can furnish The Times and The Adah County News both for $4.50 per year Gome to the office or mail in your subscription. Home is where there's one to source of income to their owners t5lSi love us. Home's not merely four square terough the sale of the water to Home's not merely roof and walls, room, travelers. The same traveler, pictures hung and It needs something to endear it; WELL DRILLER Ibn Batuta, mentions the keep- Though with Home is where" the heart can guilded; ing of bees in hollow trees for bloom I will drill wells in Adair and wViorp nfFprfinr fall honey. This is a ITnma ie of the Where there's some kind lips to adjoining counties. See me be- the sake Fill with shrines the heart hath common practice in the Soudan, cheer it Latest fore contracting. builded! Wnat is home with none to meet, weere hollow trunks, stopped machinery of all kinds. mud, are placed in trees by Qome! go watch the faithful None to welcome, not to greet Pump Repairing Done. Give with us? dove, the natives with a view of at-- ; me a Call. Sailing 'neath the heaven above Home is sweet and only sweet tracting the bees for the sake of us1 When there's one we love to C. YATES honey. their Home is where there'.s one to meet us. ?r, ppht; IHH Va.llb an, W. C.E. Hatfield. K r E3 P.--R Gny nOTTI P AT At t llRlT.ntSTS The trees are filled up by the Arabs during the rains and are a Home. love! 1 im-yrov- ed J. :.i. ,i 8 Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COMMSSiONER'i ing with all of the former Adair from here several c,ar loads of county people, and reports them staves. all getting along nicely with Mr. L. F. Risen, of Summers-villPlenty of rain this eek. plenty of this world's goods has sold out his business Eugene Wethington spent a around them. interest and residence at that if ew flays of last week here. Born, to the wife of Judge N. place and has moved to Camp'CL, C. Gowen, of Sparksville, H. Moss, on the 10th, a son. bellsville where he will make his here one day last week. sas Mother and child are getting home. He sold his store and Several from this place tried along nicely. merchandise business to Mr. W. , the loose leaf market at Greens-feurB. Scott, and bought the home tobac-cGreensburg. last week with their and farm of Mr. Scott in -- SALE.. e, ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Bank ( f Columbia, &c. Pltfs. ! g, o. Much interest is being maniA son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed 'Whitlock has been very sick for fested in the Farmers Institute which will be held' here the 20 ithe past week or so. A com"Mr. ,Norman Morrison, who and 21 of this month. &as charge of a crew of hands mittee composed of Mrs. W. H. r, Graham, Mrs. B. M. Taylor, Mrs. eu.tting logs for Morrison & of Columbia, is getting R. L. Durham, Mrs. Mattie Hob-soMiss Lizzie Graham. W. L. along nice in this community. James and Will Diddle spent Fos:er, and Woodson Lew s met last week arid raised sixtyone dol3. day or so in Russell county last week, looking after work cattle. lars to be offered for prizes for exhibits at the Institute. Printed Messrs. Gill & Young, of Coprograms, containing these prizes lumbia, were in this community have been sent to every section last week, buying cattle at a of the county. The following :fancy price. They bought sev-er- sl prizes will be awarded the 20th head. Ba-ken, the recently had an operation per- at one o'clock, p. ra., or thereabout, formed for the removal of catar- (being County Court,) upon a credit described act. He is said to be recovering of six months, the following lands sitproperty, to wit; Certain nicely and it is thought that he uated in Adair county, Ky., on the known as will again have his sight restor- waters of Green river.-anthe P. S. Monroe lands. The first tract ed. Mr. Henry has been almost to be offered contains 231 acres, and blind for several months, so much on Surveyor's plat as lot Xo. 3 The second tract contains 28 acres, and so that he had to be led on the shown on Surveyor's platt as lot No. streets. He now expects to be 2, which will be sold subject to the rights in good trim for the March term homesteadShould of the defendants therein. said tract, (lot No. of the Green Circuit Court. 3,) fail to bring enough money to satisfy said debts, costs ine quantity oi tooacco on of this action, ofinterests, and sufllcient thereof this market have not ye abated. to produce the sums of money so orIt was thought some two weeks dered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved at one p. m. : Best yield of corn, ago that at least eighty per cent surety or securities, must estcute Messrs. Cleo and Phil Sherrill, Duroc Jersey pig; best ten ears, of the tobacco had been market- bond, bearing legal interest from the of Lebanon and Cane Valley, $10; second best ten ears, $5; sale until paid, and having the ed but the past few weeks of day ofand effect of a Judgment. Bid :spent several days of last week force third best ten ears,- - $3; and to this market have witnessed as ders will be prepared to comply foy the bedside of their sick faeach boy that ails to get a prize with ther, who is in a very critical for his corn, the Green County large receipts a3 any weeks of promptlyCoffey, these terms. V. A. Master Commissioner. the season, Some fifty loaded condition at this time. Record will be sent for one year. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Mr, Robert Wilson, of Cane For the best specimen pair of wagons are now under the sheds n Galley, the candy thoroughbred chickens, $3; sec- to be unloaded for the market saan, was shaking hands with ond best specimen pair $2. For and the daily receipts are equal ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY Ihis many friends in our town one the best specimen pair thorough to the daily sales. This market Rupe, &c. Pltfs. ) has sold nearly two million Hettie VS day last week. bred turkeys, $3; second best pounds of tobacco since it opened Kizzie May Rupe, &c. Defts. ) 'Mr. Eugene Nell and daughter, specimen pair, $2. For the best By virtue of a Judgment and order in November and practically no of sale of Adair Circuit Court, renwho spent a day or so at Edmon- specimen pair ducks, any breed, rejections have been recorded dered at the January terra, thereof, ton, the first of the week with $1. For the best peck of irish during the entire season. Prices 19U, in the above cause, for the sum .relatives, returned home the potatoes, $2; best peck of sweet hof nine hundred dollars with the inter last week were as good as at any est at the rate of six par cent per tiast of the week. potatoes, 2. For the best pound time since the season opened. annum from day of sale until paid, I Mr. U. N. Whitlock, of Bliss, of butter $2; for second best $1. proceed to offer for sale at the On burley they ranged from $2 50 shall dcor in Columbia, Ky., to was in our midst last Friday, For the best quilt pieced by girl to $17.75, while dark tobacco has the highest bidder, at public auction, informed us that he had just fifteen years and under, $1. For run as high as $10. A number on Monday, th3 2nd day of March, s:eturned Greensburg, best one .dozen biscuits baked by of crops of hurley made an aver- 1014. at one o'clock p. m., or therefrom County Court,) upon a where he had been in the tobac-c- girl 15 years and under, $ . For age this week of $14.25 while about (being months the following decredit of six market for a day or two, and best loaf cake baked by girl 15 some crops of dark averaged scribed property, Certain lands situated in Adair county, Ky , we are glad to note that he is years and under, $1. Saturday around $7.50 on the waters of Harrodsfork, and ihighly pleased with the prices the 21st at 12 o'clock, Woodson known as the G-- W Breeding farm. "The rirst tract to be offered contains Neatsburgj, that good tobacco is bringing on Lewis will give 10 to best baby, 72 acres more or less. The 2nd tract tbhe market. one year and under. Arrange contains 371 acres, and will be offered Everything is plentiful here subject to the dower rights of LouisMr. Robert McKinney, who is ments are being made for the do Breeding. These two surveys sawing a large number of logs mestic science demonstrations by but news and something to eat. iana be offered separately, and then wili Mrs. Cassius Breeding, who both together, and the best bid or aiear this place, for Hicks & Dur-jha- Mrs. Mary Ginn, of Lexington, of Greensburg, is getting who will be one of the speakers. has been sick for the past t;vo bids accepted from which the most money can he realized, subject to Mrs. along nicely, considering the The Greensburg Band will fur- weeks, is better. Breeding's homestead in 2nd tract. weather. Mr. McKinney is a nish music during the Institute Born, to the wife of Eli Grant, Should said two tracts of land fail to bring enough money to satisfy the rniill man right, and knows ex- and a large crowd is anticipated Feb., the 1st. a son.depts, interests and costs, then I will actly what to do when he gets if the weather is good. Miss Fannie Neat spent sev- offer the 18 acres sold off to Dock 4iold of a saw mill. We underW. W. Mitchell, Manager of eral days of last week with her Rupe, or sufficient thereof to finish paying said debts, interest and costs. stand he is making a nice lot of the Greensburg Amusement Co. sister, Mrs. Nonie Bryant, Said lands are fully described by the judgment and exhibits in this cise is having a commodious room d lumber. Miss Ora Hatfield came home said judgment is of record in the office up for the installation of a Mr. L. H. Fielders, the lumfrom the L. W. T. S., last week of the Clerk of the Adair circuit court in Order Book No., 14 Page 151, to ber .man of our town, spent a new moving'picture show. on account of being sick, but which reference is made. For the s day .or so in Greensburg last Mrs. Elza Pierce, who wa3 bit- wyi return Monday. purchase price, the purchaser, with week on business. ten by a srfake five weeks ago, ' Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Grant, of approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest Messrs. Lum Hill and Elmer died Friday. She was reaching Eunice; spent last Monday with from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgKeen in company with Dr. S. intoa pit in her garden for veg- Mr. Eli Grant and family. ment. Bidders will be prepared to 5&mnons, of our city, spent last etables when it is thought the Mr Sam Merrit was in Casey comply promptly with these terms. W. A Coffey Master Commissioner. week in Louisville, and Frank- snake bit her. The flesh fell county several days last week, fort. We know they had a nice from 'the arm on which she on business. was bitten and blood poison reCOMMISSIONER'S SALE. time. Mrs. Ed Hancock, of Cane sulted. She was the wife of Mr. Valley, was at the bedside of M.ru J. Cager Yates, of Brad-ford- s ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Elza Pierce, of Pierce, who is a n overher sister, Mrs. Cassius Breedville, the OF KENTUCKY. member of the Board of ing, during her illness. all man, spent a few days in our T. Page, Pltf. ) Jas. vs. town last week with our mer,Mr. Whit Greer, of this place, Priscella and A. T. arter, Defts ) Mr. J. A. Diddle, of Gradyville, was in Taylor county chants and his relatives, and in By virtue of & Judgment and order several of sale of Adair Circuit Court, reu Stong Hill he who has a lumber yard here, has days of last week on business. company with Mr. the January term, thereof left for Edmonton and Glasgow, bought a fine farm in Logan Sam and Frank Napier, of Ca- deredatthe above cause, for the sum 1014, in jmaking all the stores on the .county, for which he paid $30, sey county, were in our. midst of one hundred and fifty dollars with the interest at the rate of six per route. Mr. Hill informed us 000. Mr. Diddle will not make last week! ' 4 cent per annum from the 7th day of .that they htd a very enjoyable his home there until the latter Mr. Sam Merritt, of this place, October, 1912, until paid, and S44C0 trip, and spent one night with part of the year. This farm is was in Campbellsville, last week costs herein, I shall proceed to offer e door in for sale at the Hr. and Mrs. John Hughes and known as' the Henry Dawson with a load of poultry. , to the highest bidder, Columbia, Ky at Public Auction, on Monday, the family, of Edmonton, and the place and is one of the best of J. T. Burton and S. A. Win- 2nd day of March, 1914, at one o'clock, ,.q.ight was sent yery pleasantly, the County. It is well improved; frey attended Goode Bros., sale p. m., or thereabout, (being County ;or.Mr Hughes and wife, know and on a good pike near Adair-vill- atlCnifley, Court,) upon a credit of six months last Thursday. It has good pikes leading the following described property, aaothing else than to make peo-?A certain tract of land, situatMr. arid Mrs.W. R. Knifley, happy. Mr.. Yates had a in several directions'. ed on the Columbia and Burkesville spent last Thursday road in Adair county, Ky., and boundme trade, and Mr. Hill says he Mr. George Stults.of Columbia, of Edith, Mrs. Cassius ed as follows: Beginning on the East jihad all the good things to eat was here last week and shipped with Mr. and and bounded b theands of the HunBreeding. could be had. While in out the remainder of staves heirs and the Columbia and Burkesthat Mr. H. H. Collins, of Camp- ter roads, and on the South by the ville company with his old friend belonging to Tutt and Stults. bellsville, was in our midst last same Hunter land, and on the North Yatesr and on his return, he (This Company established a yard iveek, looking after hogs. by the Alexander Stottsland, containing 20 acres, more or less, being same Rocky Hill Station, t meet- - here in 1912 and have shipped made Monday, 2nd day of March, 1914, 1-- dered at the January term, thereof, 1914, in the above cause, for the sums of six hundredand twenty dollars.sixty-seve- n cents, with the interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum from the 29th day of January, 1914, until paid, and $156 65 costs herein, I shall Campbellsville. proceed to oiler for sale at the courtAttorney Jeff Henry is now in house door in Columbia, Ky., to the a Louisville hospital where he highest bidder, at public auction, on vs Reed, Garnefct, Monroe, &c. 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Ladies Robes, also a nice Hurse. LoDavis and wife by deed dated April cation over Cumberland Grocers Co., Phone 52 A. 30th, 1909, recorded in Deed Book No. Columbia. Ky. 26, page 152 in the otlice of the Cleric B. For the of the Adair County Court. purchase price, the purchaser with approved surety or securities, must ex ecute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders wili be prepared to comply promptly with these terms . W. A. Coffey, Master Commisioner. Columbia;' - Kentucky J. Jones. Holt Hotel Jamestown, Ky. y e. pl to-wi- t: ( THIS HOTEL IS OPEN TO THE traveling public. The table is suppli. ed with Jthe best the market affords. "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Cozy rooms and "close attention paid to Remedy ever since I have been ke.ep guests. Fare-verreasonable. ing house," says L. C. Hames, of Mar-burGood feed, bam attached. Ala., "I consider it "one of tlje best remedies 1 ever used. My childFor Sale: a fine, combined 'mare, ren have all taken it and it works like three years old. . a charm For colds and whopping S. G. Denny, cough it is excellent." For sale by .' Columbia, Ky. Ad. Paull Drug Co. The Best Cough Medicine, j y, J