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Caii Meeting. Glensfork Lodge, No 528, F. Sunday morning Mr. Jas T Page and Mr. W. R." Myers received each an anonymuos letter. They contained threats of death, destruction of property, etc , if they failed to comply with suggestion laid down by the writer that Mr. Page remove some tenants occupying the old hotel build ing, claiming that they were running a disreputable house. The letters annoyed Mr Page, who consulted his tenants, and it was agreed to employ a. detective and see if the author of the letters could be run down. Accordingly Mr John M Loran, who belongs to a Louisville Agpncy. was employed, and he arrived last Wednesday afternoon and went to work on the case After he read the letters he secured the hand writing of several parties with the view of comparing same to that of the writing that had been anonymously done. He worked ou the case until Friday morning leaving for Louisville at 10 o'clock. Before starting he informed a News man that he was satisfied as to who wrote the two letters in question, but he could not state further, as the letters ana the specimens of handwriting in his possession would have to go before the board at Louisville for tinal decision. He further stated that early in this week he would either send a written report or he would come and bring it. It is generally known about town that one morning last week, perhaps & A. M , Who died March I5ih,l9I4. Once again a Brother Mason, having completed the designs laid out for him on life's tressle board, has passed through the portals of eternity and entered the Grand Lodge of the New Jerusalem and has received as his last reward the white stone, with the new name written thereon: and, Whereas: In his death this Lodge has lost a true and faithful member, his home a kind and loving father and grandfather, and his community a good neighbor and citizen. Therefore be it, Resolved: That we extend to the family our sincere sympathy in their sad hour of bereavement and that a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of our Lodge and a copy sent the family and one to the Adair County News for publication. t J. V. Dudley, John A. Jones, f Committee. District Convention. The Fourth District Convention, comprising the counties of Adair, Russell, Casey, and Wayne, will be held in Columbia, beginning on Friday evening before the first Sunday in June, holding over to Suudaj evening. The program will appear in due time. Four departments of Christian work wll b e represented The District Evangelistic, the State Bible School Whose Business Is II? Nell & Simmons new otlice will be Work, the State Evangelistic Work. Mrs Campbell, State Secretary, o f completed in the near future. When The development of this town is no Lexington, Ky , will represent the completed will be a very commodious one man's duty; Christian Woman's Board of Missions. building and will add to the looks of our town. Nor is it the duty of any one group Our mill man, Mr. Alfred Parson inMillinery Opening of its people. formed us that he would have in a full The individual nmst not hesitate supply of wheat and corn just in a start the work. All TiiMdav. Mr.h.. 3fst . ....... W.V.. .... mv friends and could accommadate our peoHis neighbor must not hesitate to j customers are cordially invited to ple with plenty of bread. and help it along: Neither will one element alone be come and inspect my spring and sumMessrs. McKinney & Bishop, who benefitted thereby. are engaged in the saw mill business, mer stock. Latest designs in hats, It is the interest of all, and the novelties in trimmings every thing near this place, and have a large business of all. amounc of timber to saw this ear, One man may originate, but all new and up to date. have recently purchased a new boiler Mrs. L. W. Atkins. men must execute, and when they receive their new mill The first duty of such is to enlist supplies will be ready to do a much Sale. aid of all Public larger business and give more hands 'the The duty of all is to promote the employment. There is in this communAs the Administrator of the estate ity at this time four or five saw mills, interest of each. Ex. j of W. A. Helm deceased, I will on running regular, and we are glad to the 4th, day of April, 1914, of- say right at this particular time, our New Millinery Goods. fer for sale to the highest and best laboring class of people need the proI have just received a complete line bidder, at public outcry, the personal ceeds of their labor as bad as they ever of New and Millinery Goods property of said decedent, which con- did in thei r lives. which are now open for your inspec- sist of all the tools, machinery and Messrs. Flowers and Keen, one of tion and which I will sell at prices stock of materials in the machine our efficient firms, will in the near futhat will save ycu something. Call shop located near the town of Colum- ture put a new metal roof on their bia, Ky , being the same which was business house aud by so doing the early while stock is Complete operated by said Helm before his Masonic hall will also receive a new . W. Wilson, Mrs II. death. This property will be sold on roof Cane Valley, Ky. a credit of six months, purchaser will "We are glad to note that Mrs Squire be required to execute bond with good Kemp, who has been confined to her Gowen-Coom- er security for the purchase price, and room for several weeks, with a combearing interest from date until paid plication of diseases, has about recovSquire T. F. Gowen was in town at the rate of six per cent per annum. ered. last Friday and procured license to The sale will take place at 10 o'clock Miss Ora Moss, who taught a very marry Mrs Mary Coomer. The cere- on said day at said shop interesting and successful school, at mony took place at the bride's home, F J. Barger, Admr the residence of Mr. R. L. Caldwell's near Nell, this count They will rein the Milltown community, closed side on the Squires farm, near Gradj-vill- e. her school last week. The groom is 71, the oride 01. Grades 4 and 5 Entertain. Uncle Jack Gowen, the successful This is the third venture for both merchant, of Basil, lost a very valuOn Friday, last, grades four and five able mare with distemper. We underthe bride and groom. of the Graded School gave a "Mothdipease is very bad in that Several parties have been before the ers' Reception" to their mothers and stand the community and several head of mules Court in the last ten days, charged fri nds. The room was beautifully with overinduigunce. so to speak, in decorated with yellow jonquils and a and horses are in a fearful condition. There is quite a demand in this secintoxicants They were all acquitted, cisplay of the childrens' work. tion for milch cattle. No man has was certainly humiliating to but it Hot chocolate and wafers were them to be before the Court on such sened bA" Miss Ileyd. who was assisted done more to furnish t h e people than Mr. J. II. Smith. While he has a charge Boys, the sober minded in serving by Misses Lettie and sold two or three carloads, it is nearly people of Columbia are 3 our friends, Dunbar, Creel Nell, and Cary a daily occurrence that we hear the apd will be ready to assist you in anj Rosen field. call for a good milch cow regardless of legitimate undertaking as soon as you convince them that you have quit S C. White Leghorn Eggs for hatch- the price your evil habits, and are ready to show ing, 15 for 75 cents. If by Parcel Post The Louisville Conference Sunday-Schothe people that you are men. G cents each. They are the hens that Institute will be held at Cenlay and don't lie. tral City April 2nd and 3rd. Ever For Sale. 21-J. O. Russell. pastor and Sunday-Schoo- l SuperinGood, loose ha) , SO cents per huntendent is a delegate. Each Sundaj-Schoand Times have The Courier-JournW. C. Grider, dred. is entitled to one delegate aside a very industrious correspondent at Mont pel ier, Ky from the pastor and Superintendent. Greensburg He takes it ems from the County News, wires them in as Mr. Newton Atwell, of this town, Adair The late of the Banquet to be given fresh news, when in fact, they had was arrested last week, charged with bv the "V'odern Woodmen of Columbia in this part of the State selling liquor. He was given a trial been read eight or ten dajs before they appeared Camp No. 12502, as reported in last before Judge nerriford and the Jury in the dailies. If the State editors of week's issue of the News, in honor of fined him seventy-fiv- e dollars and pave metropolitan papers would read the 4th anniversary of the organiza days in jail. The of- these him twenty-fiv- e tion of the order, at this place, has eciviic3, ciic.v nuuiu been changed from Saturday night, ficers of this town are determined to une wuiiiij put a stop to the unlawful sale of the catch on to the doings of certain cor- April 4th to Friday night April 3rd. respondents. ardent. We are informed that Hon. Robt. From notices we have seen in the Eggs for Sale. Antle and Hon. Lilburn Pheips have papers throughout the country, the returned to their homes in JamesBarred Plymouth Rock eggs, 15 for town, glad to get away from Frankprospects for a wheat crop are the best in many years. The State of 50 ceuts. I have 50 pure baed hens, fort. They state that they were not Kansas claims it will haivest one hun- no other breed of chickens pleased with a number of bills that J. M. Kearns, dred million bushels. have become laws, but they were powOzark, Ky. erless. There is one thing that is 19-Snow on the ground to the depth or creditable to the Kentucky Legislafive inches last Friday morning. It Eld. W..L. Smith, of Albany, Ky., ture. The body did not vote any was fine on the growing wheat crop. a grand son of John Smith, one of the large appropriations. pioneers of the Restoration moveWhat the farmer is mostly interest- ment, known as "Raccoon John," will The Ladies' Aid Society of the ed in at this time is a few weeks of preace at Glenville on Saturday night Presbyterian Church will meet with good weather. Three weeks of decent before the fifth Sunday In this month. Miss Octavia Keed Thursday afterweather and the corn crop will be He will also preach at Pleasant Hill noon, March 26th at 2:30. All memplanted. on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. bers are requested to be "present. few-day- s . p -- Several of J. W. Marshall's family Hill is in Louisville this have measles. week locking after millinery goods. Born, to the wife of Basil Chapmau of the season came on March 3rd, a son. The biggest snow Thursday night. Mr. W. P. Phelps remains very low. Mr. Z. L. Samueis' who fell and Mr. John Holladay and f son, of Columbia, were in our midst one day broke his thigh bone some time ago, is mending slowly. last week Dr. Wm. Blair's condition remains Mr.. A. T. Sherrill is very low at this unchanged. time. If there is not a change he can Mr Eli Grant, who has been board not last but a few days. ing with Charlie Collins, in the Fiat- Mr. Lewis Caldwell, of Miami, was woods for several months, has rein this community last week on busiturned to his residence at this place ness. and is again housekeeping. Mr. Grant Mr Willie Walker, of the L. W..T. is an invalid and has the peculiar S., of Columbia, called in to see us habit of hbernrnating during the while en route for Nell last Friday. winter months. It is said that he has one been confined to his room every winMr RobertO. Keltuer spent day in Columbia last week on business. ter save one for ,51 years We understand that Hugh Richard Uncle John Moore, who has been son will begin to erect the buildings confined to his room for several weeks, for his roller mill at this place at an is thought to be improving at this early date. Nothing could be more time helpful to the people of this section Nat Walker spent last Saturday audi than a roller mill at this place, and Sunday in Columbia. when it goes into operation it should receive a liberal patronage from the Mr. James Sanders in company with' J. A. Diddle spent a day or so in Green PePle of tlus section. J. J. Dudley, who was seriously hurt county last week. by being struck on his breast by limb Mr. U. N. Whitlock. one of the sucfrom a falling tree, is about well again. cessful farmers of Bliss, sold his farm The little daughter of Basil Chapin Green county last week. Price not man, that has been very low with known pneumonia, is much better at this Mr. Ed Dohonej, of Green county, writing. visited his mother, Mrs. Parson, here a day or so of last week. Spring Opening. j Prominent Geologists and Big All Modern Woodmen in good standing are requested to be at the hall Operator Made an Investiganest Saturday night, March 23fch. The Camp is called for degree work. Be at tion of the Field. the Hall early. W. T. Ottley, Consul. Nevada people who have been watch.1. C. Strange, Clerk". ing the oil developments and hoping to see oil found in Vernon county will be both surprised and pleased to Special Instructions to Teachers. learn that one of the biggest oil operators and one of the most prominent We are anxious to get a strictly ac- geologist in the county have been here i curate census this year. Trustees will this week looking over the Vernon please do their best to see tliat every county field. The geologist, Prof. John W. Ottley, child is listed, that no ehiki is listed of Columbia, Ky., has located the twice, and that no chiki is listed who greatest fields known Several years is not of school age. All children who ago he made a favorable report ou this will be six on or before tlje If ret day All field and while he has not prepared of July, 1914, slKMild be listed. children who be twenty on oc before his report as to what he has found here at this time the general opinion the first day of July, 1911, must nofc is that the report will be a favorable be listed, while all wlw will be twenty one. Vernon County, Missouri Daily after the first day of July must be listed List only tlwse children who were in the district on tht first day of ggs for Hatching April, unless parent or guardian receive statement in writing from the trustee of tlte district trom which lie 1ms rePure bred White Plymouth Rocks 'Fishel" strain, white as snow. Price: moved to the effect that he was not listed there aud will not be so listed Pen No. 1 $1.50 for 15 eggs. Pen No. 2 1.00 for 15 eggs. this year. Give each parent or guarNo. 3 .50c for 15 eggs. dian where there is a child or children Pen eggs G5c. for of school age one of tlu yellow sleets Indian Runner duck 13 eggs. from the census pad and liave the Will send by Parcel Post for 10 cents parent or guardian to fill it out and sign to himself In case the parent or extra. L W. Cundiir, guardian and his wife are both unable t. Liberty, Ky. to write, the trustee may fill out the blank and sign the parent's name, reStomach Health or no Cost to You quiring the parent or guardian to make his mark in presence of a witness. If there be any child in the family Very likely others have advised you the ages of 10 and 20 unable to to use Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets, be- read and write, a check mark should cause scores of people in this commu- be placed opposite his name in the nity believe them the best remedy column designated on the sheet for ever made for Dyspepsia and Indiges- that purpose. These j'ellow sheets tion. That is what we think, too, be must be collected and the names of cause we know what they have done parents and children copied on the for others and what they are made of double leaf white sheets. When this We have so much faith in them that is done if there are any illiterates ve urge you to buy them at our risk. If the ages of ten and twenty, they don't help you, they won't cost their names and ages together with you a cent. If they don't do all that those of the parents or guardians must you want them to do if they don't re be copied on the single leaf white store your stomach to health aud make sheet for illiterate children. If there your digestion easy just tell us and are any children who have completed we will give back your money without the Eighth Grade, or been promoted a word or question. to High School, their names and ages Containing Pepsin and Bismuth, must be copied on the single leaf two of the greatest digestive aids sheet together with names of parents. known to medical science, they soothe Also names of those attending High, the inllamed stomach lining, help in School, or private school outside of the secretion of gastric juice, check district. heartburn and distress, promote reguTwe copies of the census must be lar bowel action, and make it whenmade by each trustee, one to be filed ever you like, with the comforting asSuperintendent and the other surance that there will be no bad af- with the with the County Clerk. The dupliter effects. We believe them to be cate copy does not include the sepathe best remady made for dyspepsia rate list of illiterates, and high school Sold only at the and indigbstion pupils, as but one sheet is furnished more than 7,000 Rexall Stores and in for that purpose this town only at our store. Three The list must be taken in April, sizes, 25c, 50c and 1 00-- at Paull Drug and all reports must be in by the first Ad Co. of May. They may be turned in to the Superintendent a t any time during Pure Bred Eggs For Sale. the mouth of April. Trustees will please study the instructions on the White Wyandott's "5 cents for 15; blanks carefully and strive to do the work neatly and accurately. Buff Leghorns 50 conts for 15. Tobias Huffaker, Supt. Ky J. A. Williams, Montpelier, 21-lba-twe- i If you will visit Mrs. Geo. Staples' Millinery Parlors, Tuesday March 31st. You will find, on display all that is in spring and sum new and up-to-da- en mer millinery. PIANIST, LISTEN! At King Baggot Rag. be-twe- eu (BY G. W. LOWE.) i a real hit, a real idea, a real melody. That's all. Send for it. Price, net 25c per copy. Address, A real rag, G. W. Lowe, Columbia, Ky. Mill For Sale. Sat-urda- Up-to-da- te 20-tf- Forty barrel Flour Mill in good grain section and good town, well located near Public Square, in good repair, good trade "Will sell at bargain or exchange for good property. ReaFor parson for selling, bad health. ticulars address Stokes Bros., lS-4t. Monticello, Ky. Mr. A. W. Tarter, of this town, in- 19-3- 6 forms The News that his son "Waller, whose time expired in the Standing Army, last baturday, has reinlisted for a period of seven years with the avowed purpose of being a party to the thrashing of the Mexicans He is now stationedon the Texas and Mexico border and his appetite has been whetted for a fight. Pete Turner, who enlisted at the same time arrived home Monday preferring civil life to the chances of war. A tenant house belonging to Dr. U. L Taylor, which was located on the back end of his garden, was destroyed by fire last Monday morning. It was being occupied by Jo Taylor, of color. Most of the household goods were saved. The burning of the house was a small loss to Dr. Taylor. The origin of the fire was a defective flue. Property owners in the neighborhood desire to thank the fighters of the fire for their heroic efforts in saving their 19-- 3t Change at the Cumberland. Taylor, who has had charge of the Cumberland Grocery Company, this place, for the past eighteen months, has tendered his resignation, ill health prompting his action, fie has been superceeded by Mr. A. D Patteson, former sheriff of the county, who is a good business in all the man, and who is adjoining counties. Mr. Taylor was popular with the trade, and regretted that he was physically unable to give the business the attention it required Mr. Bruce well-know- n Don't forget to meet me in my millinery parlors Tuesday, Mch., 31st Mrs. Geo. Staples. sending out statements to ail parties who are behind at this otlice, and we trust that our request will meet with prompt responses We liave been indulgent, you have received the papers and we feel that you are willing to pay for We have been Lo-ret- ta same. ol Note of Warning. 2t buildings We would be pleased to send the Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from now until the first of April for 50 cents. ol al 20-2f- c. Or better still we will furnish the Adair County News, one year and the Daily State Journal until April 1st for SI.25. If you want to keep in in touch with the doings at Frankfort while the Legislature is in session, you should have the State Journal. Wanted. From recent developments evidentwith Mr. Patteson ly some people think they take no as manager, the house will continue risk in briugiug a friend a bottle of t0 Prosper. whisky from some place where it is being sold legally, and delivering the Last Thursday was the most dis- same to a party in a local option teragreeable day of the winter. A sticky ritory, the latter having sent the snow commenced to fall about 10 money to pay for same. Such delivo'clock, and continued until after ery is unlawful, and is denominated night fall. The wind was high and a sale by the party who delivers the penetrating. It was not only a rough goods If you do not want to get into day to the human family, but stock, trouble have nothing whatever to do horses, cattle and sheep, not housed, with the whisky business. suffered. We believe that Black jack spoke timber will pay on our yard in Columbia, $20 per 1000, size 2 in. on heart,3 in. deep and 30 in, The Adair Spoke Co. long. 2t 3t I For Sale. Mrs. W. W. Jones has a very fine yard of chickens, extra good stock. One 15J hand mare mule, S years eld, The week ending last Sunday week gathered 396 eggs and on Sunday well broken, good style. she A. C Wheeler, 89 of this number. 19-19-Knifiley, Ky. Mrs. Geo. Staples will raze her old Born, to the wife of Dr. J. N. Mur-rel- residence, on Burkesville street, to be B. Ingram has a very fine Jack the 20th inst, a daughter, weight, replaced by a new one. The work H. barn in Columbia. For Partichis at 10 pounds. will commence soon. ulars see large bills. 21-- lt Camp Field Day Eld. Tobias Huffaker will preach at us, Friday, May 8. Hutchison school house next Sunday Spring opening at Russell & Co's. at 11 o'clock, a. m. next Friday and Saturday. See their Born, March 14, to the wife of Geo. The detective nas come ana gone. ad.. Music will be be furnishedwdMgU T. Flowers, Jr., a daughter.-Wi- llie Are yQU satisfied? ing the days. tf l, Thomas. -- j - v THE ADAH. ;OUNTY NEWS sasH ES'l Kur EXiW E1?! ssstg&m&&m ,;t 7f,?arr jm 'wmi .1. ii- &m I?S iSz& tft1r iyK-v- s UZM iA-- l Special iblfhibwv t Notice MSi simple rule of health is daily called attention to Ly ever; doctor in the land, whose first question to patient almost invariably is, "Are your bowels regular?" Yet there's not one person in fifty who of all proper care of the bowels. And the result of this foolish neglect is nine-tentIf today you are unable to free your body of waste matter at theusual time, or if the act causes straining, pains and discomfort, don't let that condition occur again tomorrow. Unless your bowels can carry away the waste materials left after food is digested, decay sets in, the poisons of which, taken up by the blood, increase the risk of Typhoid Fever, Appendicitis, and many other serious diseases. In treating constipation, there is a right tcay and a wrong way. The wrong way is to take harsh purgatives which even though they do clear the bowels, cause griping and nausea, injure the delicate tissues, and so disturb the normal functions as to cause tbe return of constipation. The right way is to help Nature to produce natural movement, without pain or discomfort, by using THIS ?m&c kti iwu 'v. "isKr,(7w - ... mmmamw&iwM&mB2ZMjaEijaaeGBBu2J. ' .j: ' 2.' : :'( l.Vtf &. y.rr . jh n - iutibb rr-- no . i jsjeehsji ViSS ft?-:- fer - fLUTi.n'MiW taiw t9 V2tffl rW'T'TTasai .r'.sr-a ..'.r.x.wu- -j ; r i - ' - : - vxaslh. : : .". - .... ' v,.. .. - ' S8 I as hs ill-heal- All th. Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once l One Hundred Million H" Zu--' tr' irissa v V&, alas "-s- ssft The This Is Our boverni Th a Sold Last Ye f Were This enormous If Rexall Orderlies do not make used with good results by "busy 'men is not necessary to continue the beyour bowels act right, tell us so and treatment for a long iimey who suffered from constipation, due we'll give back your money without cause, insieaa oj anving IU lack of exercise, or indigestion Nature, they simply help asking a single question. There is no by children whose caused bv overwork her to help herself. red tape to this guarantee. It means parents realize the harmful effect of comjust what it says. You sign nothing. Sold only at the moro mon purgatives by old people whose sysWe won't hesitate, or ask you any quesharsh by tems cannot stand anything Stores and in this M tions. Your word is enough. If Rexall women diirimr nresnancv, and after child town only by us. ff lnwo;jnor!ot fj Orderlies do not do all you expect them to birth, when any medicine with a violent tin boxes, if you don't feel better after using them and Many action would be particularly dangerous. in oc find that they are the pleasantest-actin- g and best of these people are your neighbors and friends. 50o laxative you have ever used, we want you to who has ever used them they'll Ask anyone tell us and get your money back. tell youRexall Orderlies satisfied and helped them. a gentle laxative in the form of a chocolate-tastin- g tablet. One of these tablets eaten just before going to bed will help to restore your bowels to normal activity at a time when, your body being at rest, the medicine can do its vest tcorc. As a result of taking that tablet (or say two, it your case is ob stinate),?our bowels wilt moveeasuy and naturally in the morning, the use ol itexall Urderlics (Si ITOk a X for a few days afterward will restore nor mal regularity. Lven chronic consti H8SIC quantity was patiou is benefited by them, and it u&m You NO Bt H I Will Not carry Papers in the Mai! for Parties who Owe More than one Year TO mNt oney o .7 - 7 1 The Louisville Daily Herald And the si tu u i I Paull Drug Co., On ; i Columbia, Kv ed, and learned the girl had been t I M Adair County News One Year Each WsMMti& married nearly 19 Feed and Care of the White This being sprinkled with fine sand is given the little chicks Faced Black Spanish about every two hours, just a small portion at the time, thus feeding about 5 times each day, (By Mrs. A. T. Harmon.) years. Braken-hearte- d, i Hart declared it was evidently a case of "out of sight Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer For 3.00 - Editor News: Kind Sir. I have been asked by one of your residents for an article on "How to feed and raise" White Faced Black Spanish chickens. Much has been said on feeding and raising of small chicks. The subject really still exists to some extent unmastered by many. The fault, however, is not altogether in the little chicks every time, but to the person doing the feeding. Many small chicKS are killed yearly by being over fed. How much and how often, and what to feed is probably the most difficult problem in chick raising. No hard and past rule can be given, as no two persons will feed alike, and no two broods of chicks will do the same under similar conditions Methods of feeding can be given that will give good results if applied to i conditions as they are met. out of mind" with her. He inbeing very careful not to give sists there is nothing for him to too much at each feed. The sec- do but return to the West and ond week we begin feeding steel try to forget. cut oats scattered in litter for the HART STAKES MINER; LUCK TURNS little fellows to work at which is For two years after he left a great factor towards keeping Pittsburg Hart traveled about healthy birds. We prefer rear- the West, having more or less ing chicks in brooders, but yet success, mostly less. Hearing of wonderful fortunes to be made we have some hens to assist when in the mining districts of New there is lack of brooder room. Mexico, he bought a small tract We also use some corn during at Vera Miza. There he staked summer, but i n very limited an American miner, named Richamounts. For the first drink and ardson, who was down and out. for several days we use fresh But for this stroke of luck Hart smimmed milk, the fresher the admits he might have returned Be sure to avoid letting better. stand in vessels to sour. to Pittsburg a poor man. The Adair County News and The Cincinnati I Weekly Enquirer Both One Year Por Only Subscription may be new or renewal Whai the Weekiy Enquirer is It is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY EXQUIRER for obtatnine the world's events, and for that can giue you all the leading news. It carries a carries a gnat omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and we advise j3 you to take advantage by subscribing for K the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to n 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 this office. Unlike the Britisher, who is content to cover himself with a couple of blankets and open wide li. J. JOES Veterinary Surgeon The Adair County News, 1911," says Columbia, Ky. Hart, "I was in Denver, Colo., Girl Forgets and Weds. KwaqareapOTsaqftjj illMHHI1 M with but a few dollars in my Twenty years ago Joseph Hart pockets. I recognized RichardHow They Sleep left his home in Pittsburg to son, the man I had befriended. The American or European, in seek a fortune so he might mar- He looked prosperous and told order to get a good night's .rest, ry the girl he loved. She refus- me he had hit it rich. He said ordinarily requires a soft pillow ed to consent to a marriage at the money I loaned him had giv- on which to lay his head; but the that time because Hart was not en him a start and invited me to Japanese, if he wants to be comgo to the rich field near Cuatro, rich, but agreed to await his fortable, stretches himself on a Arizona. Eighteen years ago Hart The little White Faced Black rush mat on the floor, and puts a Spanish chicks are hearty little struck it lucky in the West. In I worked a year with Richard- hard square block of wood under creatures, and are very easily a few years he amassed a for- son and laid aside $5,000. With his head. The Chinaman, too, tune, but waited until a few this I bought a mine. raised and grow rapidly. I refuses to make his bed more ago to return to the East have more money than wculd comfortable than the use of For the first feed, which is weeks rush claim the sweetheart of his have been required to keep me mats will permit, though in given when chicks are between and the ' youth. 24 and 56 hours old, is a freshly and my youthful sweetheart all choice of bedsteads he shows i "In December, 1 and Dentlbt the windows of his rDom, even in winter, the Russian likes no years experience. Special attention sleeping place so well as the top given to Surgical and Dental work. of the big soapstone stove in his Office at residence ne"ar Graded School dwelling. And yet, in the morn- building. PHONE NO. 7 IS' ing, he will crawl from this blistering bed and plunge into look with longing eyes at the water. ice-co- ld The Farmer. pro-ducer- merchant and almost envy his calling, s ing reverses, and the greatest per cent of success the least cause for worry and fretting. It is true that he may worry, predict droughts and many, many disasters, do much to annoy himself, if he chooses, but no one has less occasion for such. No business is any surer of yielding When Fart arrived in Pitts- our lives, but now I'll have to go considerable taste, the carving a fair return for any expendibaked biscuit soaked in fresh sweet milk and sqeezed very burg he sought out the Point baek West alone and try hard to onvmany found in China being tures of labor and general outtightly, avoiding all sloppy foods. district, where the two had liv forget." really exquisite. lays. Yet how many turn and re-tur- n. -- and sometimes selling Farmers are the decided the old farm home to invest the of the world. The farmer proceeds in goods, presuming is the most independent man in great pains will follow while the society, has the fewest perplex- burdens and heat of the days will be unknown; but remember To-da- y I that ninety-eigh- t of the merchants fail, at least once during their career; some many times, particularly those who intend to make money without any regard for principles. Mercantile life is but little than a constant round of care, perplexity, anxiety, with almost a constant expectation of sad reverses, in connection with financial crises. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS R.iiv-i- . Pli'JR'''J'J&i'di&J&&'JJ&'di H-- j mMMk Our Best Offer The Bilges! Combination Bargain of Standard In that land of light and beauty, There is a mansion bright for thee. Still I hear the angel voices, Chiming o'er the crystal sea, When Good-by- e is Said. "I will rob your boyish cheek of its bloom, your eye of its i A writer describing the differ brightness and your 'eye of its ent methods by which various erectness. nations say "good-bye,- " "I will pour the very tells us: life-blood Publications Ever Offered In those pearly mansions yonder, The Turk will solemnly cross Shere is a harp laid up for his hands upon his breast and thee. make a profound obeisance when A land of rest to him is given, he bids you farewell. A home so bright and fair, - The eenial Jap will take his Amidst the shining courts of slipper off as you depart, and Heaven, To dwell forever there. Oh! may I join out of your veins and arteries. "I will hold your brain in an iron grip and prevent your brain from developing. "I will prove to you my power to make invalids, fools. criminals and Here is the Offer 1 year $1.00 The Adair County News I year 1.00 The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1 year Farm and Fireside, semimonthIy .50 Household Journal & Floral Life, mthly..l year .25 Poultry Husbandry, monthly 50 To Day's Magazine, monthly 50 say with a smile: "You are going to leave my despicable house invisiin your honorable journeying. "I will open the door of the that chair ble, Of those immortal dead who live again, Our Special Bargain For All Six, Each One Year Only H dI Then I shall see him face to face, And tell the story, "saved by grace. V C L. C. Young. Best family Laxative. Beware of constipation. Use Dr. King's New Life Pills and keep well. Mrs. Charles E Lmith, of WestFrank- lin, Me., calls them "Our family laxative." Nothing better for adults or aged. Get them 25c. Eecom-mende- d by Paull Drug Co. Ad to-da- y. We consides this the biggest and best bargain we have ever been able to offer our readers. Our own publication heads the list. The other FIVE have millions of readers and are too well known to need a further introduction. Please remember our contract with the publishers is limited and this offer may be withdrawn at any time. Take advantage now while the opportunity is yours and you will not regret the investment. If you are already a subscriber to any of the above your subscription will be extended one year from time it expires. Call or mail all orders to The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. Bananas as Food. y.mrm&rMWW D. G. HARDWICK, Pres. p$8w$&i8P&&is&& ln Loving Rememberance The banana may be regarded as a wholesome food and, though I saloon and lead you from there to the work house, the reformaregard thee!' tory, the penitentiary and perThe Fiji Islanders cross two haps to the gallows. red feathers. The natives of New "I will lead the way to the Guinea exchange chocolate. The asylum for the imbecile and the Burmese bend low and say, "Hub insane. Hib!" "I will rob your body of its The Cuban would consider his power to withstand disease. I good-by- e anything but a cordial am an active agent for the graveone unless he was given a cigar. yard. Death and I walk side by The South Sea Islanders rattle side. "I will dig your grave and lead neckeach other's whale-teet- h you to it. laces. "I will mark your tombstone: The Sioux and the Blackfoot "Victim of the cigarette. will at parting dig their spears Health, Character, Opportunities, in the earth as a sign of confi- and life lost! "Boys, follow me, and I will dence and esteem. This is the do exactly as I have promised- -I origin of the term, ''Burying the never fail." tomahawk." The Russian form of parting salutation is brief, consisting of the single word, "Praschai," said to sound like a sneeze. The Otaheite Islander will twist the end of the departing guest's robe and then solemnly shake his own Prisoners to be Paroled. By a recent decision of the Court of Appeals 422 prisoners now confined in the penitentiaries of Kentucky are to be paroled. The decision applies only to those who were sent up under the law providing for an indeter- J B. COCKE, V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec of R. B. Smith. W.T.Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 Long and hard he suffered, He was great ead sorely tried, INCORPORATED 1889 IvimiiWiGHTS 1301 TfflKTeeNTff-MftIN, DEALERS-I- i macHiiSTS N But at it all Ke never muttered, Bravely fought and gladly died. A tie is brokep in our hearts, A voice we loved is still, A place is vacant in the home. ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS SMOKESTACK Sheet iron and Tank Worh 'l- LOlHSVILLe - That never can be filled. A father's love has ceased to flow, To his dear baby son, growing in popularity, is still underestimated in American households. The banana consists, in its green state, largely of starch and water. The essential change during the process of ripening is a conversion of the starch into sugar. The rate of ripening is dependent on the temperature. The edible portion of each fruit is packed away in a peel, which serves a more useful purpose than has hitherto been realized Experiments hands three times. I keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep His form is buried in the ground, fruit in different stages show Ad. His spirit beckons come. that the inner portions of the A wife is left to mourn the loss, pulp of sound bananas are practically sterile. The peel is singAnd as you bravely bear the cross ularly resistent to invasion bv The angels lipgernear. A mother, brother, sister, dear Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or day Residence Phone 29, office on the Phone 9S. 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, Columbia. Ky. How the Ant Travels. JOBBING WORK SOLICITED All Kinds of Machinery Repaircd- - Le Greensburg, Ky. Always appreciates trade from Adair and Adjoining Counties and is constantly of- fering and giving to ail coiners, Bargains in all Lines of goodsf 4 ill send Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoe, to any point, by Pareels Post prepaid. Any goods not satisfactory can be rt- - turned by Parcel Post, if in seven day after sent out ,, Woodson Lewis Not only naturalists, but everybacteria. Even when bananas one who has watched ants, has God's will be done, were immersed in fluids containwondered how they find their We murmur soft and low, ing disease germs, the germs A French As from the dear old cottage home did not penetrate into the interi- to and from their nests. M. Cornetz, who or. The probability of infection naturalist, We sadly turn and go. through the peel is therefore watched ants in Algeria, tells It is for the best, slight, though germs on the peel the results of his observations. And things must still go on, might be transferred to the con- The ant, he says, in its outward But oh; how sad it it to know, sumer's fingers and thence to journey, proceeds throughout in That one we loved is gone. the mouth. This is an interestthe direction initially chosen; on paroles. ing example of a food delivered weep, But why should we its return the insect places its Town. dry our by nature in practically sterile body Why not cease and and at the same, and walks in The Boy in the Country passages. Nature's wholesome tears? service should not be undone by the opposite direction. we loved is still asleep, For whom With a single exception, every careless methods of marketing) Qn leaving the nest it places And lives beyond the skies. member of President Wilson's such foods. itself in a certain direction, and cabinet began life as a boy in a. There is nothing terrible in death, holds the same, no matter what small country town. Making the The Mothers' Favorite. 'Tis but to cast our robes with en best use of early opportunities, A cough medicine for children obstacle it may meet away, should be harmless. Ifc should be route, and no matter what side they developed their talents by And sleep all night without a pleasant to take. It should be effect- tracks ifc may occasi0nally strike study, steadily working their . way through school and in most ual. Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy ., breath, fa- - in order to seize .&ume oiuuc is all of this and is the mother's To break repose till dawn of cases through college toward vorite everywhere. Tor sale by Paull f00d- or of structural value for that broader experience in the; day. Ad. Drug Co. affairs of life which ultimately-fittei Oh, let my lamplbe trimmed and them to become "cabinet The return is effected directly, burning, rapidly, and without hesitation, timber." Their example should the son of man doth When inspiration to those who even if the ground covered has be an IAib Yesa Wodiu? come, being born and raised in a been swept in order to change town, are apt to consider My soul for him be yearning, its nature. The return is obvi- their surroundings as unfavorWhen Jesus calls me home by ft aJI nan ously determined completely 35 able. If a youth has ambition ancS xdfe Just across the silent river, fl flE7U 111 energy he will surely find the H ff3BStlH .401 11111 the outward trip. with a viaau H Is a house not made gate of opportunity open. In no hands, Follow Me, part of the world have their been: m 11 finer illustrations of the develops And the peace which God has Woman's Ionic prudence ment of spoken, Captain says The Cigarette concentration and those' other Softly rests o'er all its land. Let me lead you!" traits of character than in the "Follow me. FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS And I hear sweet angels voices. "1 will take every noble pur- country town-- or village. ChrisF4 Chiming o's the crystal sea, tian Herald. pose out of your life. d minate sentence. The following Woodford county men gain their liberty as a result of this ruling: John Grimes, detaining a woman, served three years and four months; George Bryant, served fifteen months. Chairman Daniel E. O'Suliivan deprecates any general feeling of uneasiness over the discharge of so many prisoners because, in. t the first place, under the old of them would have been released long ago by communta-tio- n of sentence, those sentenced for a year going free m nine months, whereas all these have served from one to two and sometimes more years; and, in the second place, because they go out under surveilance of the parole agent, liable to de returned at any time for violation of their law-mos- i small-countr- u self-relianc- e, tt H ADAIR COUNTY THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS NEW t Two years ago Senator Scott became interested in this measure Permitting life and casualty insurance companies and regto amend their ulating them. Exempting State warrants from taxation. Giving county judges and magistrates exclusive jurisdiction of penal cases, in which the limit o! fine is $20, and giving county judge jurisdiction in penal cases in which fine limit is $100 and all sentences not exceeding fifty days and jurisdiction in all misdemeanor cases. Changing time of holding judicial court in Twenty-nint- h district. Creating illiteracy commission. Providing for oiling streets in by-la- Pnblished Every Wednesday BY THE Adair County News Company. ( - Incorporated.) 3HAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. in-t- Damocratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-offlce as sec-a- d WED. MARCH 25, 1914 Attorney General Garnett's reply to the published letter of Justus Goebel, appeared in the Louisville Courier-Journlast Saturday. It is plain, honest and positive, and refutes every insinuation of the infidelity charged an the Goebel letter. Mr. Garnett shows conclusively that he has been true to every trust, that Jie holds no position that he cannot successfully defend, and that Mr. Goebel appears to have wilfully tried to injure him. Tie not only shows a clean handed, but a clear headed handling of the State's interests in the litigation now al rail-toad- and introduced it in the Senate, Mr. Dickey, representative from Barren, introduced it in the House. It passed the House, but met its defeat in the closing hours of the Senate by methods n to the people of this section. The call for help in presenting this measure for favorable action of the House was answered by Messrs. Mitchell and Bryant of this town, whose enthusiasm and persistency evidently aroused much interest in the measure that would not have been stirred had they remained at home. The fact is that those who favor the change can well afford to give three cheers to Senator Scott, three to Walker Bryant and three to S. H. Mitch- ell. "Keeping everlastingly at it brings success." The News heartily accepts its new relations and will endeavor to prove its faith by its works. well-know- A Written Guarantee With Four Coupons all properly dated accompany each box sale of Buster Brown's DARN-LES- S Guaranteed Hosiery for n Men, Women and Children. If the hosiery does not wear without holes for four months, new hosiery will A car on Hie road is worth any number in the gararge. A be furnished free. Buster Brown's DARNLESS Guaranteed Hosiery For Men, Women and Children reason for Ford popularity is Ford dependibility. The Ford is 365 days in the year. It gives unequal service to its owner. Johnny-on-the-sp- ot third-clas- s cities, ZOC is Pair Four Pairs Guaranteed Four Months Requiring fire drill and teaching fire prevention in schools, and requiring fire marshalls to regulate storage of inflammable material. To prohibit sale of tobacco to j the most attractive and stylish 25c hosiery as well as the most i 8 j ftrffi minors Authorizing prison commission to lease land for prison farm. Amending charter of Twelve-mil- e Turnpike Company, in Campbell county. iL j j durable on the market. It is made of finest Sea Island Cotton Yarn wearing parts reinforced with long-staple Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford the touring car is fiftj: the town car seven fifty f. o. b. Detroit complete with equipment. Get catalog and particue, lars from The Buchanan Lyon Co , Ky.. agents for Taylor, Graanand Adair counties. run-about: Ji i Camp-bellsvill- with lajsiuviji : ,..mtv .ir .j avuu-- J KWS&3. light linen . Permitting State Capitol Compending: that the State and the counDOINGS OF THE LEGISLATURE. mission to sell old executive man- ors; elastic, s ties through which the various sion and apply proceeds to debt comfortable; shaped to fit the ankle The Kentucky Legislature run that are resisting the inon new. and foot. Ask to see them. For which was in session sixty days, creased assessments, but paying under banking act, requirAmending sale only by a court ruling an increase in taxes adjourned last Tuesday night. ing filing of incorporation artiRussell & Co. that will amount to more than $1,000-00- During the session ninety-fou- r cles of State banks with Banking during the four years of the pres- bills were passed, forty-si- x of Commissioner, and providing for ent administration, and that this is which originated in the Senate, additional examiner. being done without taking from the Fixing time of holding court in! Regulating hotels and providin the House. It and forty-eiging for inspection. Twenty-thir- d State unnecessary fees for special district. is said that all bills that have counsel, or the counties giving up a To require submission of Regulating of undertakers. To punish the making or use heavy per cent., of the amount col- not been signed by the Governor monthly accounts of House of lected, lie States that Mr. Goebel will be. Reform to Prison Board, and ap- of false statements to obtain sought to have other attorneys em- The Senate bills passed are proval of Governor for appoint- property or credit. Permitting the incorporation ployed, and paid large fees to assist in To create commission to ad- ment to positions and to turn inof unclassified towns or taxing prosecuting the cases: that the same minister a fund for erecting and to State treasury all revenue districts aireaay naving munici-- 1 Goebel also sought a contract with from House of Reform. equipping county buildings. counties to employ special counsel the Changing the Sixteenth and pal powers and 250 inhabitants. Providing stenographer for To require Graded school dis- Nineteenth Senatorial districts. on a 20 per cent basis. Both these County Judge ot Jefferson. propositions failed to meet the ap- tricts to maintain high schools. Requiring loose leaf tobacco Providing for letting State of the Attorney General, and proval To deprive persons convicted sales warehousemen to post on infor these reasons it appears that Mr. of carrying concealed deadly premises amount and price of printing contract for four stead of two years Goebel seeks to wreak vengeance. It weapons of citizenship and mak- each day's sales. Providing county aid in buildTo amend indeterminate sentlooks a plain case of trying to destroy felony. ing levees. a public olBcial lather than advance ing second offense a ence law. Providing for appointment of To extend circuit court terms To authorize Board of Prison the public good. To our mind Mr. county inspector of weights and Goebel, all along, has been assuming in Bell and Harlan counties. Commissioners to grant paroles measures. priresponsibilities too distant for a Knight's workmen's compen- with approval of Governor. Changing time of holding cir Reducing the Board of Trusvate citizen. lie appears a self ap- sation act with State insurance pointed guardian of the peoples intertees of the Institute for the cuit court in Cumberland county. feature. Providing State aid in buildBlind to five members. est, but his favorite Attorneys failed To license plumbers in first ing public roads and levying tax Changing name of Capitol to get in the case and get out of the cities. and second-clas- s Square police to "executive mar- of 5 cents for State road fund. peoples taxes thousand of dollars beHampton bill to prohibit transTo abolish lump appropriations shal." cause James Garnett's honesty would in lonot stand for such a holdup. to public institutions and require Providing for two additional portation of liquor for saleto procal option territory, It ought to be plain to every honest officers to report monthly to au- mine inspectors and fixing the hibit persons having and possesin salary of the chief inspector at man in the State that Justus Goebel ditor with vouchers. sion liquor for sale in such terri$3,000. Is seeking to destroy the Attorney Providing that no appeal may Permitting cities to fix and tory except druggists. Requiring General: that his actions rests on ill regulate manner of collecting common carriers to keep rec ord will engendered by reason of the fact be had in civil actions unless conof liquor shipments in separate liquor license. that the Attorney General refused to troversy involves $500. books and making them prima To create Deputy Coroner of 3'ield to his dictations depriving cerHOUSE BILLS. facie proof in proceedings for tain attorneys from receiving large Jefferson county. Permitting circuit court to violation of the local option. fees from the State and 20 per cent, Bosworth bill to revise road hold terms in counties containing To make Hopkinsville a third-clas- s from the counties, when the legal dea city of the sixth class or larger. law, providing State aid. city. partment of the State was amply able Creating State text book comRegulating motor vehicles and providing for Amendment to do the service and is doing it as mission. creating office of Commissioner well as if all Mr. Goebel 's friends had working convicts on public roads. Requiring State employees to Creating office Commissioner furnish auditor itemized state- of Motor Vehicles and Board of "been employed. Criticism of public Examiners to license chauffeurs. officials may be expected, and few, if of Confederate Pensions, with ments of expenses. Requiring itinerant merchants any, escape it, but to undertake todes. two assistants. Two and a half-cerailroad to pay a license of $250 and give tro. rather than adyise, apparantly Giving consent to acquisition fare bill. bond of $1,000. n to satisfy a spite ought to be To provide for one poll tax in Authorizing State Board of Edin Kenmed by every honest man. Mr. of national forest reserve cities of the third class. ucation to grant certificates to Garnett may make mistakes as head tucky. Walton's cold check bill, makcities to ing a penal offense to draw graduates of colleges to teach in Permitting third-clas- s of the legal department of this State, it High Schools and to validate cer"but one thing certain, we whoknowhim adopt commission government. check on bank without deposit tificates of other States. Icnow that he will not do a dishonoraProviding for election of equal to amount of check. Greene-Glen- n insurance bill. ble act to gain Mr. Goebel's good will Regulating draining of land in by popUnited States Senators Reducing bonds of prison wardor io advance his own interest. He is Jefferson county. ular vote. ens to $20,000 and deputies to honest, got the courage to stand firm Providing license for trained $10,000. Giving State banks authority for conviction and the ability and nurses. Empowering State Livestock to take care of the State's to own stock in Federal reserve To abolish third-clas- s teachers Sanitary Board to take charge of iuteiests in any crisis that may arise. banks. certificates and providing for all epidemics among domestic anPreventing employment by three county commissioner. imals and employ veterinarian. Providing annuity fund for Here's good will and wishes railroad, telegraph, telephone or Providing uniform system of fo- Senator M. O. Scott, of Ed- messenger companies of boys un- school teachers in second-clas- s accounting and inspection of pubmonton, whose unflinching der twenty-on- e before 6 a. m. or cities. lic offices. juxtenamg term or common efforts changed Adair county's after 9 p. m. Providing for working county school. prisoners on county roads and senatorial relationship in this Preventing children under ten Permitting cities of fourth session of the Legislature just being committed to House of Re- class to create sinking fund and city streets. Changing time of holding court closed. This measure places form, and providing counties levy tax to pay school bonds. Cary bill to amend State pri- in Fourteenth district. Adair county in the Nineteenth must pay expense of conveying D AmendiEginheritance tax laws mary law. district composed of Barren, children under sixteen to House To permit fourthclass cities to make inheritance tax 5 per Metcalfe and Adair and is Dem- of Reform unless convicted of to adoptcommission government. cent, collateral inheritances, on ocratic from five to seven hun- felony. Fixing punishment for deroga- amounts above $500, and 2 per dred. Monroe county takes poAmending County Unit Law, tory statements affecting the cent, on first $25,000 direct inheritances; 4 per cent on second sition in the Sixteenth, which to provide that 25 per cent., of credit of financial institutions. Providing for the issuance of $25,000, and 5 per cent on all leaves that district with a the voters of the whole county search warrants in illicit liquor amounts above $50,000, but exRepublican majority. may call a local option election. cases; empting first $10,000. 0 ht j thread. Eleven standard col- Locust Grove Stock Farm -- . I Pub-licService, For the Season of will offer for Bali Chief 3806, A.S. H. R. 1914 at $25.00 to Insure a Living Colt. BALL CHIEF, in color is a rich red chestand snip, right hind pastern white, 5 years old, 6 hands high, nut, slar has fine head and beautiful long slender tapering ears, has an extremely long thin blady neck, that comes out of his perfectly formed withers in faultless fashion and tapers perfectly to his beautiful head, in which are set a pair of large clear, expressive eyes. He has a high well set natural tail, which Tie carries at all tures to suit the most fastidious. He has a good strong short back and a most excellent set of feet and legs. He is nicely broken and gaited, and goes all his gaits in a most attractive manner. DESCRIPTION: 1 BALL CHIEF has for his sire the champion Montgomery Chief 361, by Bourbon Chief 976, by Harrison Chief 1606, he by Clark Chief. 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900, by Red Squirrel 53, 2nd dam Juella C. by Jewell Denmark 70, he by Washington Denmark 64. 3rd. dam Dew Drop, by Artist 75. 4th. dam by Cabell's Lexiston. 1 He has proven himself a breeder of thy of your careful consideration. high-cla- ss and is in every way wor- Raven Bird 6550 A. S. H. R. Red Bird G. 1956, he by Joe Brown 1955, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, he by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st. dam Authalia Thompson 13038, by Ottawa 232, by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd. dam By Nellie Ray, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexington. 3rd dam Stella Denmark, by Caldwell's Denmark. 4th. dam Bonnie Brown, by Nat Brown 81. Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay full 6 hands high. 7 years old, he has the best of eyes, feet and legs, a beautiful head and neck, a very heavy well set tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He possesses extreme speed, style and action, and the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or handled. He has five distinct gaits; and goes them all in a most attractive manner. You will note from his breeding that he has for his sire the famous old Red Bird, who has perhaps sird as many high-clashow and sale horses as any stallion in Kentucky, and traces on his dam's side to CabeH's Lexington, conceeded by all horsemen to be one of the greatest sires that ever lived. Raven Bird is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excellent breeder, and we have every reason to believe that, if he is given an opportunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his worthy sire. Service fee $ 0.00 to insure a living colt. 1 ss 1 nt Marion. Marion is a black Jack with white points, 5 years old, 5 hands high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and ears. He has lots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features of a Jack. He has proven himself very sure and a most excellent breeder. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. 1 first-class con-de- dis-erevrn- I am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a distance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, or fed at $ 0.00. In all cases money is due and must be paid when mares are bred to other stock, traded, parted with or removed from the neighborhood. All stock will receive my personal attention, and due care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. 1 A. S. Chewning, Columbia, Ky. - sub-stanti- al ADDropriating $10,000 quarter Declaring public highways conly to the Confederate Home for necting county seats public work. four years. Appropriating $20,000 for care Hamilton reinsurance bill. of State Capitol and Governor's Providing that city instead of mansion, under supervision' of contractors shall collect street Capitol Commission. improvement assessments in cit Providing automobile for counies of second class. ty engineer of counties levying Providing for election of coun- - over $50,000 road . tax. ty commissioners in counties Requiring tobacco sales warecontaining cities of fourth class. housemen to keep daily accounts Increasing number of trustees of sales and make monthly sworn of State University by adding statements to Department of elected by ( six alumni members alumni. Ag-rinJtu- re as to types. v- ? - THE ADA1K COUNTY NEWS Russell CreeK. A three inch snow fell last Thursday night which was the largest we I, ft &WWw ; fST?33'73 a ROYAL Baking Powder Saves Health Saves Money have had this winter. Some of our people were gardening last week. Mr. John McFarla'nd and wife were quite sick last week with lagrippe. Mr. Creed Hood is quite sick at this m writing. & Dr. C. M. Russell was called to see Mr. James Suddarth last Sunday, who is afilicted with grip. Mrs. Dofe Smith and son, Sam, were called to the bedside of Mrs. Shaw at Shepherdsville, who is very low with is? Spring You are invited to visit our store next Friday and Saturday March 27 and 28 and Makes Better Food Personals. ' i pulmonary trouble. Mr. W. M. Smith and grandaughter. Miss Bessie Emma Smith, were visiting relatives at Grady ville, last Saturday and Sunday week. Misses Nina and nelen Smith were shopping in Columbia Sacurday. Miss Elizabeth Squires was at the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Chat Do honey, of Milltown, last week. Mr. nenry Squires, of Neatsburg, was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jo Murray, at which time we will have our formal departments. Good Music m SPRING OPENING. Goods will be attractively displayed for your inspection in all 5ST last week. Mr. John3Will Cundiff was visiting his brother, at Cane Valley, last Sun! Russell 1& f$&l & ' Co. rc? itsm W? day. Misses Anna Cuudiif and Ray Wilson are suffering with mumps this week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Murray were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Turner last Sunday. $ Sheriffs. II. Mitchell and County Clerk Walker Bryant spent four days in Fiaukfort just before the session closed. Di. VF. Coffey, of Denver. Colorado, who is a first cousin of W. A.. J. B and George Coffey is visiting in Columbia. Dr. Coffey is a son of Xell, who is in school at Bowling Rebert Coffey, deceased, who, before Ireen, arrived Saturday night. leaing Columbia, many years ago, Russe11 is visiting her lived on the site where the Gamett' Mrs- grandmother at Bowling Greeu. homestead is now located. Miss Georgia Murrell, who was seriMr. J. S. Breeding was confined to ously ill a few days of last week, has room several days of last week. lib I Eurkesville last Tuesday. Mrs. WalkMr. Rheu Squires, one of our best er and her little son, who uccompa- - young business men, will represent a nied him to Burkesville. will remain nursery Co., in Adair and Taylor coun several weeks. ties, this spring. Good luck to you Mr. Mr. K. O. Stone is working the Squires. eounry this week. fie represHuts ;i Mr. Dick nutchison, wife and son tobacco company. were visiting relatives at Mt. PleasMrs Lucy Follis, who was taken ant last Sunday. quite ill last Thursday, is reported Miss Anna Cundiff sold one two year some better. Her daughter, Miss old heifer to Brack Cain for 340 09 last week. Mr. Wheat, our Raleigh man, was through this part of the country last Your New B ti&rerv e-C- We can save you from $15 to S30 on that Npw Srwrf R,.rfrf you are going to buy later. Come and see our New Samples on our floor. We can sell you an Buggy, with any height wheel, painted any color, any width bed with the new drop back or panel with best grade rubber tire, full leather top, side curtains, leather covered bows and warranted for two years for $82.50. The same Buggy in steel tire, quarter leather top and rubber side curtains for $59.00, and gauaranteed by us for two years any part defect of maup-to-da- te 'ft $ Z Sfc - c-M- week. Mr. Loren Bradley, our proprietor of the Russell Creek Roller mill, was in Louisville ana maiana grain market last week buying grain for his mill. Mr. Rollin Todd and wife, of Taylor county were visiting George Todd last Sunday night. Mr. Ro-min- e, terial. Come and talk with us, we have cuts of all kind of Vehicles made by one of the largest manufacturers in Kentucky. Its easy to see how these prices are made. "A firm with no Expense". We want your order. Respectfully, i iir. ago. W. R. Lyon was here a few days greatly improved. Mr. Ewiug W. T. Hendrickson VVVVVVVVVVVWW N & Son, Irene, Ky. $ $ 'V'wtBiaffikM him Stults and wife, of Lan- - of Elida, New (caster, arrived last Friday afternoon Mexico.arrivedlast Saturday night, be- - t0 remain several weeks. ing called on account of the illness of Mary Elizabeth and Jaunita, daughthis sister, Miss Nell, who remains in a ers ot Mr and Mrs. S. N. llacock, accritical condition. companied their father from Elida, Mr. Wni. Hobson, Carapbellsville, N. M., to this place. The sickness of who is running a spoke machine in Miss Nell Hancock, who is yet yery the lower portion of Adair county, ill, brought them. was here Thursday. Mrs. W. F. Hancock arrived from Mr. W. P Xunnally, Horse Cave, Louisville last Saturday night. was in Columbia a few days ago. Miss Sadie Field, who has been visMaj. .1. W. Ottley left for Xevarda iting relatives at Bradentown. Fia., Mo., one day last week, a business en- returned home Saturday night. LitMr. S. 2s. Hancock, j XNSN'SWW o WOMEN'S gagement calling him. Mr. T. C Golf, Bakerton, Ky., fa-- j ther of the Golf Brothers, this place, visited here last week. Miss Rena Stephens, Russell Springs, was here last Thursday morning. Mr. J. S. Johnson, Shelbyvil'.e, was in Columbia a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Beard who were quite sick last week, have very much improved. Mr. C. II. Rice, of Lexington, made a business trip to this place Thursday Mr. John Lee Walker returned from tle Sallie Hudson, who visited in Oklahoma and Florida, accompanied her. Miss Mr G. P. Smythe, who has been on a business trip to Bradentown, Fla , returned home Saturday night. Mr. J. A. Marcom, of Royse City, Texas, is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. J. Simpson. Mr Will Edd Squires and Mr. Rollin Caldwell were visiting at "NeatsErvin Keltner, our tobacco man, has prized and shipped 17,000 pounds burg last Saturday night. of tobacco and has quite a lot more to Mr. Edd Triplett and sister, Mjss ship. EHie, of Disappointment, were visitMr. and Mrs. Dick Squires were vis- ing Cassius and Kara Shepherd last iting Mr. and Mrs Bob Lee Caldwell Saturday night. at Milltown, last Saturday and SunBro. Iluffaker will preach at Hutchday. ison school house the 5th Sunday in Mr. Bingham Moore, our clever mer- March at 11 o'clock. chant, is confined to his room with Mr. Henry VToore and Miss Bessie i Emma Smith, Ben Hancock and Miss asm Miss Ann Todd has been quite sick Bessie Zach Smith were visiting Miss 11 for the last week, but is better at this Mary Caldwell, at Milltown, last Sat 11 urday night. writing. Mr. nugh nutchison and two sisMr. June Carnes will move his famters, Misses Stora and Linnie, were ily to Cane Valley in the near future and Mr. Carnes will go into business visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pick-it- t Saturday night and Sunday from Mr. Hubert Watson will move to Mr. Mt. Pleasant. Carnes farm and run it this year. J o yfiiHm1 SPRING 8 Gathors De parlment Store SUITS 11 B s $25.00 Suits Priced for $17.5 0 It's an occasion $ i Mm"mim wm .v.- - w & that Judge n. C. Baker was called to Knoxville last week, a message notifying him that his daughter, Mrs. W, D. Jones, was seriously ill. Since he left Mrs Jones has greatly improved. 4MIJWJVAMKa;i FPPIP s ' 111 4-- 4-- A SHERIFFS SALE OF lANO FOR TAXES. On Monday, April oth. 1914. at the I. P Dooley 100 acres joins door, iu Columbia, Ky , Milt England, tax and cost first day of a regufor the year 1913 the same being the lar term of th Adair County Court, R E. Janes, (minor,) 20 acres at 1 o'clock, p. m., or thereabout, I joins G. Wilson, tax and cost will offer for sale to the highest bidfor the year 1913 der, for cash in hand, the following Gideon Sneed, 5 acres joins J. described tracts of land or a sufficiency J. Sneed. tax and cost for Court-hous- e :? 00 pv "WkM W "Homes, and How to Paint Them" I -- 2 33 thereof to satisfy the tax and cost due the year 1913 for the year 19i:3 the following named Whites, Dist No. G. persons, to. wit: E O Turner, 41 acres undividWhites, Dist. No. 1. ed interest iu V23 acres of land which he inherited J. W. Beaty, 49 acres joins W. from his father, J. M. Tur M. Beaty, tax and cost 3 98 ner, deceased, tax and cost for the year 1913, (balance) for the year 1913 J. H. Nance, (N R.) 79 acres joins E. Watson, tax ?.nd Coloued, Dist. No. 0. 4 96 cost for the year 1913 Ed McWhorter, 70 acres joins Colored, Dist. No. l. Dave Rice, tax and cost for the year 1913 J. R. McWhorter, 40 acres C. Taylor, 1 acre joins S. Johnjoins G. W. White, tax and G 77 son, tax aud cost for the costs for year 1913 year 1913 No. 2 Whites, Dist. Colored, Dist. No. 7. G. W. Cravens, (NR.) 28 acres Luther Flowers, 33 acres joins joins Richard Harmon, tax 2 85 year 191! Art Walker, tax and cost and cost for 1-- 4 01 3 Also Color Card of 4S different Color Combinations T this time of the year vou'll need this bie in- A It contains beautiful illus . structive, free book. of attractively painted Homes, shows trations floor plarfs and gives full information how to select the right colors and how best to apply the paint. This fine book will help you save money and trouble. Tells also all about o Enthusiasm, for we can not recall any such opportunity ever before presented. Quite unexpectedbut the suits are al hundred of them, representing a special purchase that has just come to us from a manufacturer famous for the style, fit and tailoring of the garments he produces, thus measuring up to every point of our exacting standards for which this store has long been famous. You will find that these suits compare most favorably with suits other stores feature for $25 00. As long as the lot lasts we offer them for $17.50 No charge for alterations. Parcel Post orders will receive prompt attention. here-sever- extraordinary-o- ne will arouse the greatest M.J. GATHOF y Emeassis, S" BRX). o o loaHS Louisville, Ky. e OETL! n 19 14 I imm Ak flPlWP MT!g SSircd. himw That leasts" m kaiwi s-- V sr . Additional Locals. Local Market. Tc-da- y. S 89 This old reliable paint has made good for almost half a century. It is just Pure White Lead, Zinc Oxide, and Genuine Linseed Oil, in the correct proportions, which make it the best and most economical paint to use. iTRKii'ns We tell vouhow. and Mvbestmarket prices. We are dealers; established in 1850; andean do BETTER for you than agents or commission merchants. References any bank in Write for weekly price list. M. SABEL & SONS 1 Iu-isvill- e. Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks i iit 4 13 Satisfaction. Guaranteed 4 65 & 33 L Market SU LOUISVILLE, Dealers In FURS, HIDES, WOOL. KY. n 3 '. Whites, Dist. No. Jno. S. Helm, 5 3. n t ; acres joins W. R. Taylor, tax and cost for the year 1913 Whites, Dist. No. 4. Coomer, 2 acres joins J. Wm. W. Moore, tax and cost for the year 1913 L. E. Compton, (N. R.,) 50 acres joins Peter Compton, tax and cost for year 1913 for the 1913 Ed Waggeuer, 4 acres joins Frank McClure, tax and cost 5 71 for the year 1913 7, 4 40 Ask ua for booklets on Pee Gee Flatkoatt. for Walls and Ceilings; Creostain, for Roofs; Porch and Barn Paint, Wagon and Implement Paint, etc., or write direct to PEASLEE-GAULBER- T CO., Incorporated, Louisville, Ky, Turkeys Geese Ducks xkueuuino- - .w.w yuicmy ivuovcb TL.HHi.lt.nl RraMiTi. r cles, neuralgia, nacKacne, xieuiM.-ii-j nch In tinv Tiart of the Doay m iiova alteen minutes ume. Frea simple tod dnxlar lent on requeit. nntmnnai ncmnui rnuDIUV . nuunnun uuarniiii Ky Lexington. .342 East Main St., rsf-l.1- .. w qq, g jo Whites. Dist. No. Sam Shreye, 1 a. 1 83 ult.. Wool spring clipping Hides (green) is lotiaColumbia, and cost for the year tax 1913 3 80 3 06 Patteson, Late Sheriff, Adair County. A. D. Paull Drug Company, Columbia, Kentucky. I KedM it Feathers Ginseng Beeswax Yellow Root May Apple(per lb) is 45 ? "iH .".-..- 6. 58 25 . nt-uc- ... 2 75r , Vv 4 $m THE ADAIh COUNTY NEWS LJC Daily Obituary. Hatching With Hens. Courier - Journal $6.00 a "iear Sunday Courier - Journal $2.00 a Year Best Natioual News a State News (4 On Monday, March, 2nd, at 7:30 a. m., death entered the home of Mrs. R. P. Breeding and claimed as his own Miss Addie Bardin, a young lady who had for five years made her home with Mrs. Breeding. A victim of tuberculosis, the end was not a surprise to her many friends, who could only watch with sad hearts the going out of a life so endeared to all. Born in Adair county in 1892 She came to Breeding five years ago and from the first made many Local News Market Reports tl ( Foreign xNews Political News of Everything for Everybody Are you interested in what is taking place day by day all over the world ? If you are you NEED THE COURIER-JOURNAL. If there is an agent in your town give him a trial order one month Daily 50 cents, with Sunday 75 cents. Ifther3 is no agent in your town give order to the paper in which this advertisement appears (you may get a special clubbing rate,) or send the order direct to the Courier-Journal. WEEKLY COUIER-JOU- R. NAL has been discontinued, a most excellent illustrated monthly but FARM AND FAMILY, magazine, is a worthy successor. The price is only 25 cents a year. Ask for a sample copy. Courier-Journal Company - incoi:porated Louisville, Ky. Residence Phone-1- B Business Pho e 13 P M. J. Office, Front N. MURRELL DENTIST rooms in Jeffries BTd'g upstairs. The best results in natural hatching will be obtained when the hens are set on the ground. Repeated experiments have demonstrated that where hens were set in this way stronger, bigger chicks were hatched than from those set in nests off the ground. If it is not convenient to build out door nesting coops, or there should be no shed available with a dirt floor and the hens have to set in nests with wooden botwarm friends. toms, writes J. E. Dougherty, in mothShe leaves a father, step a recent bulletin of the Califorer, one brother, a half brother, nia experiment station, cut a two sisters and a host of friends. During a series of meetings square on fresh sod and lay it in conducted here by Rev. R. L. the bottom of the nest box just Tally in 1910 she joined the before the eggs are put in. Methodist Church South and to They put on top just sufficient the end lived a consistent chris- straw to hold the eggs in the tian. center. The hen3 should be alSince the organization of the lowed to sit on china eggs for a Woman's Foreign Missionary So- few days before giving them ciety at this place she has been good eggs, in order to let them an active member and for some months before her death had get used to the coo, and also to been President. She never miss see if they are really in earnest ed an official session of this so about wishing to sit. Just becitey or any religious service un- fore putting the good eggs under less it was a physical impossibil- them, the hens should be dusted ity to be present. Only one with an effective lice powder and month before the end came she a little of the powder sprinkled listened to her pastor deliver his over the nest. As soon as the monthly sermon, although at the time she was scarcely able to be hens have brought off their chicks, the egg shells and the up. Funeral services were conduct- old nesting materials should be ed from the Church Monday at cleaned out. 3:30 p. m., by her pastor, Rev. Caughron. A large number of We would be pleased to send the friends were present to pay the Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from last tribute of respect to one now until the first of April for 50 cents. whom they had loved and honor- Or better stilJ we will furnish the ed. Tuesday the remains were Adair Countyews, one year and the conveyed to her father's home Daily State Journal until April 1st near Fairplay for interment. for $1.25. If you want to keep in The church has lost one of its in touch with the doings at Frankstrongest members, The Mission- fort while the Legislature is in session, ary Society a faithful President, you should have the State Journal. the Sunday School a devoted scholar and the community at Montpelier. religious character. large a noble, One whom it regret to give up. n Mr. Browder Hudson, a But we know that she is at rest, citizen of this community, bedside when was carried to Lebanon, Februfor those at her the end came beard only words ary 28th, for an operation, but of praise for the Savior whom he was not able to stand it. He she feo truly loved and served grew worse and worse and on during her brief stay on earth. March 4th, the death angel came In years to come the memory and claimed him for his own. He well-know- Sensible Women Know Foundation of Health! superior to salts, cathartic pills, waters, etc.. 'which are entirelv too violent. Womfn should see to it that they nave at least one movement or the bowels each day, and when showing any tendency to constipation should take Dr. dalilwpH'K Svrun Pensln In th ' small dose prescribed. A brief use of it will so train the stomach and bowel muscles that all forms of medicine can opinions are with. The most important thing that a. be dispensedthousandsThese women, voiced of after ffoman can do for herself, and about personal by experience, among them JIIss V. vhich she is often most neglectful, is L. Moore. 32 Claiborne St., Nashville, o watch the condition of her stomach ind bowels. The weary eyes, the bad Tenn., and Florence Cook, Lucas, Ky. oreath, the frequent headaches, the Anyone wishing to make a trial of this pimples, the general air of lassitude is nine times out of ten the result of con- remedy before buying it in the regular druggist at fifty cents or one stipation or indigestion, or both. Many wav ofa a large simple remedies can be obtained, but dollar a sample bottle (family size) can have bottle sent to the homo the best in the estimation of most free of Dr. women is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. "W. B. charge by simply addressing St, Caldwell, 405 Washington mild, pleasant to the taste and Monticello, 111. Your name and address It is exactly suited to her needs. It is far on a postal card will do. As health talks to women become more general, both in the newspapers nd on the platform, the mass of women re beginning to realize what the more Utlvated have always known, that .od health cannot be found in a powder ox. The externals of health may be btained in that way, but the basis of ealth lies deeper, and yet is just as asily obtained. -i J ijfrBBir j iii i iPinM J left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor coma nocneip me, but I was completely cured by DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. AND 50c J. is. uox, J oner, in. $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY makes his regular trip through The very first thing to do on here every Thursday. noticing signs of illness in a bird Mr. Larue Hurt won the prize is to isolate it. for bringing the most eggs to The best nests for laying hens the store during the month of February. He brought, during is close to the floor, darkened, the month about 1143 eggs. The and easily movable. premium was a fruit set. Chamberlain's Tablets for Constipation. ,.- - i . v Special Auretir ir-- hes Feed plenty of charcoal, is one of the best as it Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or anj surgical work done at fair prices, lam well fixed to take care of stock, lion ey due when work is dor.e ot stock i removed from stables. LOCATIOPk-NEAR things for keeping the poultry healthy. ED HUGBES RESICENCE, 0NBURK5VILLE STREET. For constipation, Chamberlain's Eggs cannot be produced withare excellent. Easy to take, Tablets out nitrogenous food in some mild and gentle in effect. Give them shape. Bones are absolutely esa trial. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Joseph Q H. Stone, w sential. Do not forget that your fowls Poultry Notes. need green food. If it is impos The day before shipping live sible to give them a change of yard or runs, see that they get fowls, feed hard grain. Satisfying the appetite adds some kind of green food during greatly to the thrift of the flock. the daily feed. Ad. , Attoney-At-La- Will practice m this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, : Kentucky r G. P. SMYTHE for It is estimated that five chickens will yield a pound of feath- spring Blood and System Cleanser fIRE INSURANCE ers. Cleaning dropping boards is a chore ihat cannot be done too of- ten. Whatever interferes with growth retards and diminishes egg production. On cool, damp, rainy nights close'all the ventilating windows of the hen house. J and During the winter months impurities accumulate, your blood becomes ?Z RCALIESTATE impure and thick, your kidneys, lher and bowels fail to work, causing "spring fever." You feel tired, weak and lazy. Electric Bitters the spring tonic and system cleanser is what you need: they stimulate the kidneys, liver and bowels to healthy action, expel blood impurities and re822S& S3 i store your health, strength and ambition. Electric Bitters makes you feel feztf tea & W like new. Start a four weeks' trea- i will put you in tine shape for tmentit your spring work. Guaranteed. All Druggists. 50 and si at Paull Drug I "1 so-call- ed Ad stoiu 1 T. Jston, Rafcig... .A. i. 3.ai not vrex i ivor i n-J- rV .' mad" i Birdseve view ot our Plant .. ' PRICE KitfTC. TCC-yKB- K ,..:---'- - .S.. - Jri i f ? -- . v.'. , Subscribe for the Adair County News. $100 a year. Plans to Fly the Sea. Columbia, - Kentucky txrve fing Land Owners Attention. of her unselfish devotion to all that was good and pure will cheer many sad hearts, and make lighter the burden of many who are weary. It is such lives as this that really count and are worthy of being imitated. Such lives as this was a devoted christian, a member of the Baptist church at Lib erty. He leaves a wife and three children and a host of rel- i l?a" "J' 'J VwKiak tWr in Dixie I ft lx!'" rf " !J T. C. Faulhner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. years He has thirty-thre- e experience. Charges reasonable. Phone 74 or write that are uplifting and ennobling and such lives as this that will finally be the means of bringing the world to that high plain of Christian manhood and woman-- : hood for which we have so often j heard her pray. How truly can it be said of Columbia, Ky. her in the language of Paul, "She has fought a good fight, smiles. TjflDESTAKEf?. she has kept the faith, she has allMr. Richard Wooldridge, of finished the course, henceforth tSo there is laid up for her a crown Sewellton, passed through here of righteousness. one day last week looking for a A Friend. Jersey cow. The Porty Year Test. Our Sheriff of Russell county, An article must nave exceptional Calhoun, is on the merit to survive lor a period of forty Mr. W. L. years. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy sick list this week. I keep constantly on hands a nice line was first offered to the public in 1872. Mr. Joe Calhoun entered school of Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and From a small beginning it has grown --' at Columbia last week. .Ladies Robes, also a nice Hurse. Lopopularity until it has in favor and cation over Cumberland Grocers Co., Brother Tom Hadley is very attained a world wide reputation. Columbia, Ky. Phone 52 A. You will find nothing better a busy in his store these cold days. J. B. Jones. cough or cold. Try it and youfor will Mr Luther Williams is having understand whr it is a favorite after a a new house put up by Mr. W. Besure you get it before April the period of more than forty years. It his renters. 4th. Watches, bracelets and rings at not only gives relief it cures. For S. Antle, for by Paull Drug Co. sale Ad JJalls, the Jeweler. Mr. B. O. Hurt, our huxter, T. C. Faulkner, atives and friends. The funeral services whre held Friday afternoon, at his home, conducted by Bro. Beck, in the presence of a host of friends and relatives. After which the remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground. The health of this community is not very good. There is quite a lot of la grippe. Born, to the wife of Kelly Bell, on March 1st, a son. Kelly is it'Largest : 77 n Alexander Dumas, a French engineer, has placed before Aerial Navigation society the result of his studies of the the-Frenc- h W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated problem of trans-Atlanti- c aero- plane flight. Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, fc'Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog EVERYTHING IN n WHOLESALE M tLOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. i Under the plans of M. Dumas, the trip would take 62 hours, exclusive of stops, of which there would be two, the Axores and Newfoundland, for fuel and provisions. The machine advocated ty Dumas would be a huge aeroplane having an average speep of 500 miles an hour, at a height of 16,-3feet. A crew of 10 men, total weight of the outfit 20,000 pounds carrying four 200 h. p. engines and 9,260 pounds of fuel. 40 Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 1 ' si h CO- - i 12-- 1 16 Eaat Matkei Street,'Be1weenJPirsl and Brook ',ouisv?;te. Ky w3ay- - down a chick's throat cures gapes. A few drops In the drinking water cures and prevents cholera, diarrhoea," and other chick diseases. One P.015 m?es 12 gallons of Sample and booklet on"DIs eases ox owjs" sent PREE. Bowboa Rested; t BOURBON ONE tl R0P ' POULTRY CURE Co.li3gt1Xj. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COULD uL kfv vUL I THE UISV1LL And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- believe I would have died if I hadn't n cent Was Unable to Attend to Any of Her Housework. taken it. After I began taking Cardui I was greatly helped, and all three, bottles re- TMES FOR BRIGHTER.-BETTER- lieved me entirely. Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, 1 would have to give up and lie down, until it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to try Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly I fattened up, and grew so much stronger in three months, I felt like another person altogether." 1913 , Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the ner vous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years. It will surely do for you, what it has done for them. Try Cardui today. Write to: Chattanooga .Medicine Co.. Ladies' Ad. Dept., Chattanooja, Tenn., for Special Ivisory on our case and book, "Home for Women," sent in plain wrapper. J-- BiGGER THAN EVER V THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES 15.00 A YEAR. If YOU WiLL SEND YOUR 0RDB TO US, YOU CAN GET if 'HB HE ADAIR C0UNH NEWS AND Big Elm. and selling meal at $1.00 per bushel right under the nose of Rowes X Roads man, who asserts that he who sells meal at $1 00 per bushel will hardly arrive at the pearly gate. He seems to contend that corn bread is high at that price but says nothing about beef at 12Jc per lb., being high because we can not afford to eat it much. No extortion on the man that don't eat it. The Bible says we must not live by bread alone. Chronic Stomach Trouble Cured. There is nothingmore discouraging than a chronic disorder of the Stomach. Is it not surprising that many suffer for years with such an ailment when a permanent cure is within their reach and may be had for a trifle? "About one year ago," says P. H. The health of this section is very good except lagrippe and bad colds. Some of the cases are better. The Rev. P. D. Compton was here on business last Monday. Mr. Fount Selby transacted business here one day last week. Mr. Jasper Cundiff and family left for Indiana last week. Mis3 Pauline Turner visited her sister, There was a carpet tacking one day last week at Mr. Otha Helm which was enjoyed by a crowd of young folks. The excitement created by mad dogs in this section has about calmed down. At one time it was reported that a mad dog was in the neighborhood, and men with their guns went in pursuit of the dog. One man brought his dog to track him up. The Bibee steam, saw and grist mill here is doing a good business sawing and grinding, tie THE LGUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR We are now ready to print your bills, Let us have your order. Owensby. : FOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES picture an added value. That is and neck yoke? from here to Coa good way to deal with troubles. lumbia. Most of the people in this sec Give them wings and let them ted anywhere. J. R. Cummirs is very sick at fly away, In our judgment, if this writing. tion are barking and sneezing. Has the best corps of corrs We see there is a bill before many PeP,e would observe this, On account of high water the would be less mail failed to reach this place troubIes pondents. the Legislature to abolish the,their office of assessor, creating a tax cnronIClast Wednesday. Covers the Kentucky field pel Mr. E. L. Reece will leave in a commission of three members, Allen Wooten and Garnett fectly. $5,000. short time for Louisville and Pelston went over to Rock House drawing a salary of Covers the general news fiel Why not abolish the assessor's New Albany, where he expects Bottom for a load of corn last office and let the magistrate take to purchase a lot of Tuesday, And while they were completely. machinery for his woolen mill. over there the rain came, the the list? Has the best and fullest mm We are glad to know that Bro. He hopes to be better prepared creeks became past fording and Hadley is now behind the count- -' to serve the public, and for this so they did not get in home unkets reports. er handing out the good things to be a banner year. til Thursday afternoon. DEMOCRATIC in politics bn of life. Mr Ben Blankenship, 85 years R. L. Campbell has been on Mrs. D. T. Tarter, of James- old, was buried at Bethlehem, the sick list for several days. fair to everybody. town, happeni d to a very pain-fu- l the Gthinst., in the presence of J. M Campbell sold a calf to accident recently, by drop 40 of his relations. His grand- - R. H. McKinney last week for SEND YOUR SUBSCkII-HOping the ironing board on her father lived to be 115 years old, $15. and at the age of a 105, rode a great toe. RIGHT AWAY Alta Hill, Columbia, visited horse to Jamestown and back. D. G. Grider sold a relatives here last week. farm to Elihu Collins, for $600. Revs. Tarter and Withim are Y. E. Hurt, Gadberry, was DENTAL OPICE On Feb., the 28th quite a lot conducting a series of meetings here last week buying cattle. young people in and Bethlehem. Miss Irene Prof. Bryce Walker, Glensfork, Dr. Triplet! of the Jamestown, with Miss at Haynes, of Dent, is the organist was here one day last week. around Annie Vaughan, of this place, DENTIST Mrs. Mary Wooten visited relBurnside and Kickapoo Worm Killer Expels Worms took a boat ride to OVER PAULL DRUG- CO. atives at Sparksville several days baCK. cause of your children's ills The last week. Columbia, Ky. The foul, fetid offensive breath-T- he Mr. Elihu Collins is in very Landy Stotts has been on the starting up with terror aud grinding OFFICE PHONE KE3 PHONE 20. poor health. corn- 0f teeth while asleep the sallow sick list for several days. dark circles under the On Feb., the 26th, 1914, Mr. Plexion-T- he eves Are all indications of worms.: Elrod & Co., will put in a stave J. F. Clayton and Mrs. Ethie Kickapoo Worm Killer is what our mill at Picnic within the next Brown, daughter of Mr. J. K. child needs; it expals the worms, the cause of the child's unhealthy condi- few weeks. They have already P. Aaron, drove to the home of tion For the removal of seat, stomlocated the yard and several Rev. John Wooldridge, at James- ach and pin worms, Kickapoo Worm been placKiller givea sure relief. Its laxative thousand staves have town, and were married. and Indigestion caused mo Croat distross effect adds tone to the general system. ed there. for two years. I trice many things for Mr. John Vaughan and sister, Supplied as a candy confection chilrelief, bat cotlittlo help, tillat Iastlfound .1. M. Campbell and J. G. it in tno best pills or raedicino I over tried Buy box Price Miss Annie, are on the sick list. dren like it Drug Co. Kickapoo did business at ColumPaull 25c. the best afternoon paper prinI . up-to-da- Beck, of Wakelee, Mich., "I bought a package of Chamberlain's Tablets, and since using them I have felt perfectly well. I had previously used any number of different medicines, but none of them were of any lssting benefit." For sale by Paull " Drug Co. Ad te j j The Daily N i 30-acr- e And The James Adair Is fche County It New - best afternoon daily paper publishis Democratic Wood-ro- ! I ed in Louisville. ! , and is heartily supporting ssWilson for . w i ; -- the to-da- y. The campaign is on and if you want to keep in touch with all the parties 0R8ICIC?S BoUaipl iii C.E. Hatfield. Guy an, W. Ya. At 2D CENTS P2R BOTTLE AT ALL 0RVGG1STS. throughout the United States sub- Aunt Nancy McFarland, the Ad oldest person of this neighborhood, is in feeble health. Born, to the wife of Ray Gaines, a son Carson Woodrow. On Co. Phila. or St. Louis. Dirigo. Campbell bia last Friday. Hadis and Walter Harvey have opened a Photograph gallery here. Stnbborn. Annoying Coughs Cured. "My husband had a cough for fifteen years and my son for eight years. Dr. "King's Sew Discovery completely-curethem, for which I am most thankful." writes Mrs. David Moor, of Saginaw, Ala. What Dr. King's Sew Discovery did for these men, it, will do for you. Dr. King's New Discovery should be in every home. Stops hacking coughs, relieves la grippe and all throat and lung ailments. Money back if it fails. All druggists. Price 50c and 81. .RecomAd mended by Paul Drug Co. d scribe for the Times. ( County Itfews both for Come to 4.50 per year the office or mail in your subscription. An artist once painted a beau- WELL DRILLER tif ul picture, but by some acci I will drill wells in Adair and dent, just as he was finishing it, blots got on to the sky. To adjoining counties. See me be- some rub them out without spoiling Latest fore contracting. the picture would have been immachinery of all kinds. possible. But instead of fuming Repairing Done.. Give and fretting over the matter, he Pump painted wings and beak to each me a Call. blot, thus converting them into YATES birds, and in so doing, gave the im-yrov- ed J, C account of the illness of his father and mother, who have been dangerously sick, Prof. H. M. Campbell had to close nis school, at this place. He taught two months and the patrons say that he taught the best school that has been in this community for a number of years. Notwithstanding the bad roads several teams have been running daily hauling singletrees -- aV 'toHi !?.v - lf! 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Makpq Old Folks Feel i"s " fiSggglAgS'MtR vygy:m jy. -- Beef and Milk A-ple- nty as Spry as Youngsters. Everybody Needs a Spring Tonic, Young and Old. Here's a Wonder ROOT JUICE Guaranteed, Money Back, ROOT JUICE. Feel sorb of all tuckered out, stifl"jvorkin,r right and gets the kidneys jbinted, achy, lazy, kidneys bother you. busy. You don't have to take a gallon of iiavc backaches, get up tired in thejit and wait six months for results coming? Try a few doses of wonder je.ither ROOT JUICE works quick. It Jul HOOT JUICE and see what a dif- - roues up the nerves and puts new ierence it makes. You'll feel all madCjSteam, vim, force and "lire" into yon. over. You never saw anything get int.o,It's the greatest Tonic builder and re vitali.er for old folks the blood and purify you ever hearu 01 it, clean out impuriIt's got to give re-- . ties and build up the suits or you get back whole body like every cent it cost you ?.OOT JUICE does All good druggists It acts upon the have ROOT JUICE whole system and at, and they guarantee this time of the year, Cattle are keDt for two nurnoses: for heef nrn- - i duction and for milk production. To do either nht Any lime any of my cat- they must be healthv. There is nothing better in lie get anything wrong n Keep mem in continued good health, or to make i with them I g.vc them a them well quickly when sick, than a few doses ofJ few doses of B c e D c e - Bee Bee ST0CK MEDICINE STOCK MEDICINE. They soon get well. John S. Carroll. Aloorhead, Miss. Stirs up the liver Drives disease poisons away. :.3UKnarriiHgn aapsreroai massvfwgrcr SS 25c, 50c and $1. per can. At voer dealer's. T R 4W NOBLE PEACOCK One of the best sons of the Grand Old Sire, Jordan Peacock, will make the season of 1014 at Grady ville, Ky , and will insure a colt for the Low Price of $10.00 NOBLE PEACOCK has proven himself to be the Best Breeder in Southern Kentucky. His get last year wore the blue tie over every other horse colt that was shown at the Columbia Fair, as those who were there and saw that beautiful little Chestnut Missie that I paraded in front of the Grand Stand that made the other colts take a back seat and sit down till the little Missie graduated is evidence that NOBLE is the Best Breeder, and there were a number of colts by some of the noted horses of the country. Some of them were sired by stallions that made the season at $25, and there were two in the Jt that the season cost $50. Now what is the use to pay from $25 to $50 for a colt when you can get a better one for $10? My plan is to live and let live. Just think of the wonderful Peacock mare that was shown at the Columbia Fair last year by Wilson Bros., and won every time she entered the ring. She won the $500 prize for the best stallion, mare or gelding. Also $50 for the most beautiful stallion, mare or gelding, and for the best saddle mare, 4 years old and over, and she 's a Peacock, too. The stock that you have heard some stallion owners say couldn't do nothing, but when they come to a showdown they are always in the monev and especially when you have one to sell. Description of NOBLE PEACOCK: He is 6 years old. 15 hands high- - weighs .050 pounds, is a beautiful Mahogany Bay. goes all five of the saddle gaits with both He carries ends up as high as you ever saw a Peacock. the best natural show tail I ever saw. Has a long goose neck and a beautiful head and a large, brown eye and is strictly sound in every way. NOBLE'S breeding, by Jourdan Peacock No. 1148, by Peacock 498, by Blue Jeans No. 3. Jourdan's dam, Lena Rivers, No. 700, by Cabbell's Lexington, by Gist Black Hawk, by Blood's Black Hawk. Noble's first dam, by Artist Jewel, No. 882, by 2nd Jewel, 84, by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington's Denmark,. Noble's 2nd dam by Cromwell Denmark, No. 73, 3rd dam by Artist No. 75. There is not a better bred stallion living than Noble Peacock, and not one in the world that has as much rich blood in him as Noble, that stands at as low a price as this fine young horse. 1 1 csssvom Every floor is teeming with the newest and! best in the body is slogged up with filth and impurities of the it You take no winter and all the organs are half asleep i t produces results ihat are surprising So most people. BOOT JUICE STSE the ." T. 3r, starts the bewels wwm " """ 5UUU mmmm if" fj Gra"dmi- nave luti 0:11113 - chances when you try it. But be sure to get the real ROOT Don'c let any dishonest drug gist try to push some worthies sulf on you Wall and Floor Covering's Stocks tip the Acme of Excellence RUGS, CARPETS, DRAPERIES and WALL PAPER Vie with each other for Earlv Recognition The Best news of all are our Low Prices, fixed by an Economical Organization, Centrally Located, yet re moved from the rri:h rent district. JUKE, and tell you it's just irood. . 5St you'll say so,gi too and i There's The singing at Concord last Sunday night was well attended I and a splendid singing reported. The farmers are very busy Prof Anderson Murrell and Tim r getting wood since the snow. Bailey conducted the singing. Mr. J. A. Whitney, of Coburg, Mr. Elijah Bryant will leave vras in our midst several days in a few days for Illinois, where last week. he expects to work during the Mrs. Lou Williams spent last summer. Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Mr. J3ragg Redman returned a W. R. Knifley. few days ago from Lakeland asyMiss Sarah Collins, of Casey lum, and reports his brother, Creew, passed here last Sunday Tom, improving, and that Mrs. en route for L. W. T. S, Thomas Powell is well and able Miss Lela Beard.of Neatsburg, to come home. was the pleasant guest of the Mr. Rufus Kimbler bought one Misses Evans Saturday night. Jersey milch cow last week of Mr. John Knr'fley was in Co- his brother, Lish, for which he lumbia ond day this week on paid $76.00. Then Mr. Listt Business. bought one of Mr. Willie Sinciair The new telephone line to Ca- for $55 00. sey Creek is now finished and is The necktie party at Mr. G. giving good service. W. Hurts on last Monday night Edith. 1 Hubboch Bro & WeSlendorff Incorparatec! 522 and 524 West Market.'St For more than Thirty Years, Louisville's Leading Carpet and Rug House. Every dollar's wortli of R.yaI Mb'" Fence on a farm increases rvOCiaMir its selling value many fold -"- "-" -- o- -- What is iI.j.kfc.nfcjrRTjivr1!ioi..iw. 1 imn.r-- ' i Eld. Z. T. Williams, of Colum- Dia, gave us a very interesting sermon at Tabernacle last Saturday night. was highly enjoyed by the young folks of the neighborhood. Mr. Omer Maupin won the prize for being done today .FlH7.Uir.lVvr.TLliWISbUMi1 in thousands of cases? Sun down farms are being bought up, fenced, fertilized and otherwise improved and worked or sold ji-s at handsome profit. xrcmjmm&s&z-i "wfs&bsgii& - IsSlshSTy&j ? jr-Fgm&i JT t, r- - t ', Jf JV 2T j& J.jrr 1 1 hemming the nicest apron. The Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Williams prize was a necktie. and little daughter, Lonus, of Mr. James Hayes was visiting Dunnville, were the guest of Mr. relatives in Taylor county a few and Mrs. W. R. Knifley last Sat- days ago. urday night and Sunday. Messrs. J. L. Rogers and Jesse Mr. Joe Sanders and son, of Bryant were stopping with G. T. Campbellsville, were in our com- Bryant one night last week. Mr. G. L. Blair bought two munity selling pianos. Miss Sarilda Spires is very nice ewes of Mr. John Redman at four dollars per head. sick this week. Mr. J. N. White, Of 3 JACKS. s I will stand 3 Jacks at $10.00 to insure a s Jacks, all black mare with foal. These are all with size and style. Now if you want to breed to the best, come to my stables. I have been in the breeding business 35 years and know how to handle this kind of stock. -- first-clas- menis, woven wire J& fence costs the x' all farm improve .&& JZii first-clas- least and r enbances '-- -, jr jt ir jrsssjrjzazr tef Pr jAry j AT Jr l&r I I jiy 1 j& sr i- -r made of vumc ht JT jAJTSASSZ saost Jf hard, jS)fSA&Xf stiffheavy,wire, the w rJ i$r jr steel wMrW.r jv jc jr Kj'j' Gr 1 W jn r AS Jtir i l .J jir J rASJ&xf r& yr ,$13 &J - r rjr&rJTtf P i4r JT JWS&SJMl? .njfi'JsrSfiF tM(- w &r yr.rJ&rJr syrsMfrr jr T IT p-- I.IV ol tii Fence is 9S ST JO sffl Money is alvyays due when mares are traded or removed from the neighborhood. Pasture 10c per day or Respectfully. fed at cost of feed. strongest and LrtsEfesasXfez possible to produce mm wmissssssr fencing purposes. The yy .r i' jtr i zr b- -t for st'--y W. L GRADY. McGaha. Ml who works in m the revenue, visited his sister, The weather is so bad, people Mrs. Mont Harmon, a few days are late getting their corn ground ago. broke. P &E g O Is m Mr. George Williams bought a Mr. James Bryant and wife as VMS S32 tews, Ej7W pair of horse mules from Sam are bad sick at this writing. tri 2tt iuii a uAij Born, to the wife of James Burdette for $400. WOBKS WONDERS Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sinclair Cravens, March 4th, a son. 5S &S --- 22 Born, to the wife of Cy Had-levisited relatives in this neighbora child. It lived only a few hood last Sunday. awn days. Mr. Robert Cundiff will work The merchant at McGaha is Mr. P. P. Wesley this year. doing a good business. with Eggs 20c per dozen and chickEld. J. B. Daniel filled his apm pointment at Tabernacle the ens 13c per pound now at this E A .11 f$ fiirnitiirA urni liufp tc TMTt "With, "WOril ra place E AAVAU or" nrrntrhed doors,j and as you look about n irrkro VJfc third Sunday. Ml Mr. E. L. Kimbler sold a Jer- you'll find Infinite uses for Pee Gee Mr. E. R. Miller visited at sey cow to Mr. R. your H. Kimbler E This combined Stain and Varnish is made for beautifying une Neatsburg one night last week. for $79. wood, home. You can easily apply it on any kind of coat works wonders on anything that needs refinx6nng. Mr. L. A. Neat made a busiOld aunt Millie Redman, moth it's inTry Pee Gee ness trip to Taylor Co.. this week er of Martin Redman, is very bad expensive and assures best results always. at this writing. comes in 11 Natural Pee Gee Mr. Roy Reynolds passed here Wood colors, White, Gold and Silver Enamel. Mr. Deroy Giles wife is sick Sunday for Pellyton. i -- yjiasr JZr :a m !&i-J1- Wsi M ! Qf y, s wires are continuous SP.jrjrjp from top to bottom of the fen:e, ttLt&f & and secured to the horizontal wires .rsxp tv j?r ' Dy tne xioyai loop. xtjin wiapcu around the horizontal wires entirely within the tension curves, the stays are rigidly h?Id in place and side slipping prevented. The win'e forms a fabric of the greatest strength and ample flexibility, the best of the continuous stay fences. A REED & MILLER, Columbia, Ky. i i iirjt)mm.ii $r There's Always Something Around the House tnat neeas Keiinisiiiiig r--; m, RE-NU-LA- C. ESS! j THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels off. and is neither useful RE-NU-L- to-da- y, tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but H ncr ornamen RE-NU-LA- C last at this writing. a PEASLEE-GAULBER- T .Cray era ft. There was a birthday dinner at Mrs. Alice Bryants on the 4th Manufacturers CO., Incorporated LouisviUe, Ky. day of March. She had a fine We have had about 40 cases of dinner. There was about forty Columbia, Ky. measles here this winter and sev persons present. She was 54 eral mumps, but I believe they (years old, and received many Save about all played out. nice presents. Mr. Granville Sanders bought Several of our farmers burned Rev. James Burton will preach tobacco beds last week during from Taylor. Sanders 2 sheep for are visiting at Mr. David Bryant. $11. Mr. J. G. Burton is very sick j at Oak Grove the fourth Sunday the pretty days, Mrs. Mollie Bryant and child m eacn montn. fWQ writing. PAULL DRUG CO., And they will cost you 2o9o less than other high grade brands. Tell us your paint needs today and we win send you our PAINT BOOK free. It gives prices and other valuable information. Finishes, Steins and Varnishes Seal (Incorporated) Kentucky Paint MFg Company, 513 W. Market i V St. LOUISVILLE, KY. iti?-r-- -