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Seldom, if ever, has our town and community been more anxious for any one's recovery to health than they have been for the last weeks that Nell Hancock lived and suffered. While all friends knew it was well with her, whether living or dying, yet a deep sadness was in the hearts of us all when we knew she would no more be among us. She had endeared herself to old and young, rich and poor, white and colored, because ofher unselfish thought-fulnes- s of others. The youngest of a family of eight children; yet she was not "spoiled." Did not feel she must have special gifts and favors, but always wanted to share with the other members of the Death of Miss Lou Trabue. The people of Columbia were greatly surprised last Tuesday morning when the death of the subject of this notice was announced. In fact;, her illness was of short duration and it was known to only a few of the residents The deceased was born and reared at the home where she died, and was about seventy years old. When quite a young girl she made a unitprofession of her faith ed with the Columbia Baptist Church, and was a zealous member until the final dissolution ner parents, William and Elizabeth Trabue, died many years ago. In their life time they were prominent about Columbia, Mrs. Trabue being, a Caldwell before her marriage, a sister of George Alfred, lssaac, Junius and Dr W. B Cald well, all of whom died in the city of Louisville where they became promi-men-t, not only, in their adopted home but throughout the State. The three former were prominent lawyers, George Alfred serving two terms in v An Enjoyable Occasion. Largely Attended. A itringent Law. Franklin. ' - Rev. J. F. ClaycoXib, of the Presbyterian church, who since his decision "lamented" Legislature For many years it has been the cusThe funeral .se'rvices of Miss Nell created the office of a hotel inspector. tom of fraternal socities to occasion- Hancock, which occurred last Wed- lie will have the appointment of a ally give a banquet to which the wives, nesday afternoon, conducted by her deputy at 2,000 and a stenographer mothers, sisters and daughters of members of the order are invited, the evening invariably being delightfully spent. Last Friday night was set apart for such an occasion by the Modern pastor, Eld. Z. T. Williams, were largely attended, the church beincr crowded to its capacity, many having to stand. The Graded School, of which the deceased was a pupil, came in a body, and ten or twelve of her school mates, dressed in white, were pall bearers and Flower girls. It was a beautiful mark of respect, evincing devotion to a pupil and playmate. lhe floral offerings were many and very beautiful. Her pastor paid a glowing tribute to her life and character, after which all that was mortal of little Nell was laid to rest bv the side of her brother, who preceeded her to the grave several years ago. The recent in the winter to resign the pastorate here after three years of successful work, lias received a number of flattering offers from other cities, announces that he has finally accepted the call to the flourishing church at Franklin, Ky., where he preached a trial sermon several weeks ago He will begin his work there June l, closing his term here the 5th Sunday In May. Sturgis people greatly regret losing this able minister and his popular family, bub wish him success in his new field and congratulate Franklin upon her good fortune in securing his services. The News Democrat. family and with those outside. She was always giving to the poor. Special Cash Discount Sale. Even thinking, for a number of years, to take a sufficient contribution to Sunday School, to give to children who In order to increase our CASH had no offering, so they too might of the SALES on Wednesday and share in Nell blessedness was giving. ' tnmTLCri nlanfn1 r? ?c1".r int. 1M Sallie JIancock the daughThursday, April 8th and 9th, JJan-cocof Junius which was 1914, we will give to the Ladies' ter Judgewas corn and Mollie 1900, young man, Adaira when he was quite a She Oct. 14th, and short time after the Aid Societies of various died March 31st. 1914. She surrender- close of the Mexican war, in which churches of Columbia and Adair ed her life to Christ in 1909, during a conflict he commanded a regiment. county, 8 per cent, of all cash Sales protracted meeting held by Bro. The deceased was a victim of pneuand united with the Christian monia, and was sick but a few days. made on those days. The above Church in Columbia. One week before her demise she atper cent, will be given in the folShe was faithful in her attendance tended religious services in town and lowing manner: The customer at Sunday School and church services appeared to be in her usual health. purchasing a bill of Goods and whenever health permitted. She The funeral services were held at paying cash for same, will be re- never xef used to take any part in these the residence Wednesday forenoon at 11 o'clock, conducted by her pastor, quested to state to what church he services when she was called upon. The writer cannot recall one Eev. O. P. Bush, and the interment or she desires to pay 8 per cent, of making an excuse for not was in the city cemetery. A large of the amount of said purchase, a doing. circle of friends followed the remains jiote of such request will be made She was taken seriously ill on Sat- to their lasting place. on each sale bill, and on Friday, urday night, Mch. 7tl, 1914. During This death leaves only two members April 10th, a correct account will her illness she thought every day was of the Trabue family, Misses Mary be made of the amount we owe Sunday and worried because she could and Matilda In their sorrow and not attend Sunday School. loneliness, they have the sympathy of each church from such sales and She told the family not to forget to this entire community. our checks will be issued payable send her envelope with her contributo the Presidents of the Aid So- tion on Mission day. She wished for PIANIST, LISTEN! cieties of the various churches, or a million dollars and when asked why, At to some official of such churches she said it would do so much good in mission work. the King Baggot Rag. as designated by the purchasers of The following are some of her sweet goods on the two above men- words which the loved ones will always (BY G. "VV. LOWE.) tioned days. Remember that pur- remember her saying during her ills A real rag, a real hit, a real idea, a will have the privilege of ness: chasers One night she said "when the sun real melody. That's all. Send for it. designating any church of any dewill swap places with the moon the sun Price, net 25c per copy. Address, nomination in ADAIR COUNTY, will be up and I will be up too." This G. W. Lowe, to which they want us to make saying came true for her spirit passed Columbia, Ky. payment of 8 per cent, of their away to God at the rising of the sun. Recital. One time she said she was in purchase. Heaven and asked "where are the wickWe also want you to know that ed? Where The people of Columbia are cordialare the wicked?" our entire Spring Stock is in the Another time she said, when her ly invited to attend Miss Mary ChandHouse ready for your inspection. mother was trying to quiet her, she ler's expression recital in theLindsey-Wilso- u Chapel next Friday evening, We have just had our Spring being so restless, "The stream! the April 10 She will be assisted by Miss Opening, and have had more com- stream! I shall soon be to the Great Nellie Iluffaker, music. pliments passed on our stock in Stream." She would at times look about her ahd say: "Crowns of Glory! all departments than ever before. Crowns of Glory!" Why do you wear your shoes so long We are always on the lookout for After a paroxysm of suffering, when without repair? Don't you know it is New, Goods, and we getting easier her complaining would cheaper to repair them than to buy new ones? You can get them repairfeel sure that you will agree that gradually go into a hum, and she would ed at T. G. Rasner & Son. They have we now have the largest stock of hum one of her favorite songs, "In the gone to the expense of fixing up a first Sweet Bye and Bye." Merchandise At last so worn and weary and so class shop. Trying to put in good shown in Columbia. well prepared she went to Sleep in the machinery as far as they are able, If We have adopted a ONE PRICE Savior's arms. The Lord was exceed- you want to help this business grow. to system, every article marked in ingly kind to let her come to earth don't forgettry shove them your work. They will to treat you with plain figures at the price they are and stay awhile and show us how courtesy and with the lowest price bsautiful it is to live on to be sold. Your child, your ser- Him and in death gain suchearth like possible. Don't forget to help them a victory. vant, or anybody can get goods May her mantle fall en some other in all kinds of work. T. G. Rasner & Sou has installed a from us at the same price as the young heart who will follow faithfully crew cutting engine Jathe for tunito the end. "Boss," or anybody else. ng of all mejal. Make your anangements t o The funeral services were held at 2, Mr. Jo Kearns, who is a machinist, come on the above mentioned the Christian Church April 1st, at p. m The Graded School were in the and who lives at Ozark, bought all days, buy your 'Spring Outfit and assembly The church was crowded "incidentally" help your church with sympathizing friends. The dear the machinery which was owned by the late W. A. Helm, for $2,025. The along. e will have plenty of form was enclosed in a beautiful casket sale was made at public outcry last salespeople to wait on you quick- covered with beautiful floral designs-gi- fts Saturday. Mr. Kearns will remove to from family and schoolmates and Columbia this week and take charge of ly. friends, "The dust shall return to We will supply" the Ladies' Aid the earth as it was and the spirit re- the shop. Societies of "any church with print- turn to God who gave it." A riancrlil-p- r - nf MV. nnrt Aire "Rnliorfc . .u. ..WUWU 0..wwMrs. Z. T. W. ed cards outlining this sale, which Johnson, four years old, died last can be used in mailing to your Thursday. Some weeks ago the child Deaths Near Russeil Springs. was carried to Nashville for an operachurch members in and out of tion, one of her eyes being afflicted. town. family Remember the proposition we LastFriday afternoon, Mr. Thomas The interment was in the Gadber-ry-. burying ground, Friday, near hirty-fiv- e years old, died pay 8 per cent, of our cash sales Combest, near Russell Springs. In the foreon April 8th and 9th to the va- noon, same day, about two miles from Mr. M. C. Winfrey has bought the rious churches of Adair, county. the Springs, Mr. Peter McKinley, stock of groceries from Taylor Bros., In addition to that we will pay sixty years old, while repairing a was made last Wedand the $5.00 in cash to the church re- fence, fell over a bluff, receiving in- nesday. transfer Mr. Winfrey will continue juries which resulted in his death. ceiving the largest donation. the business at the same stand, on the RUSSELL & CO. ' Mrs. Sallie Sherrill and Children de- North side of the square. sire to return their grateful and heartThis office has received the an- felt thanks to all those who so kindly Nice, new three room cottage for rent. Dr. W. Fi Cartwrigt. " nouncement cf the marriage of Rev. rendered' them assistance during the 22-lt T.evanzo Reeves, who, some years ago, long illness of their husband and faViras pastor for a short time of the ther. Don'fcail to visit the "Easter BaBaptist Church, this place. The zaar." There will be a variety of other principal was Miss Una Bettie Mr. W. H. Wilson has removed to pretty and useful articles on sale. Gilbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, R. the residence, on Burkesville street, Novelties for the children, and delicaA. Gilbert, Birmingham, Ala. The recently vacated by Mr. W. H. Goff, cies for your Sunday dinner. ceremony took place February 21st, who removed to Mrs. Richardson's home, near the residence of Dr. J. N. 1914. For Sale. A good Jersey cow and Page. calf. John Dunbar. I have for sale at T. F. Collin's barn The "Easter Bazaar" will be held fertilizer, 1002 and 16 acid, at $1,00 Friday afternoon and Saturday, 10th Work of laying the foundation for dormitory per hundred, cash. and.llth, in the rooms formerly occu- the new Lindsey-Wilso- n Mr. Mikelst the G. W. Collins. pied" by Dr. Smith in the Russell has commenced. stone Mason, arrived last week. c Bldg. k. Woodmen Camp of this place. Invitations were extended, and by S o'clock the nail was filled to its ca- pacity. The ladies had prepared refreshments, consisting of everything substantial and delicate, and by 9 o'clock the tables were spread and the feast commenced. There were four courses, and when all had withdrawn, from the tables there was enough left to have fed a small multitude. r, Mr. G. P Smythe was die and there were a number of good speeches, enjoyed by the assemtoast-maste- bly. the Pin-kerto- n, These gatherings are given for the purpose of bringing about a closer social relation, and they usually result in much good to a fraternity. The members become enthused with the spirit that should prevail in every organization, and new members are brought in. For a year the Woodman Camp at this place, had been on a drag, but two months ago it took on new life and a number of new members have recently been initiated, and prosperty again reigns. If we were to write a book we could not say rabre than this: The members thank the ladies for the good edibles and for their gracious presence, knowing that they added much to an occasion that was highly enjoyed by each member in attendance; that their efforts to make the gathering a success will remain in the minds of the promoters until about this time next year, when another meeting will be held, at which time the members hope to again see their smiling faces and to hear their cheerful voices ringing through the hall. Millinery. , ce My stock of millinery goods is now open. The ladies are cordially invited to call see style and get prices. Mrs W. L. Russell, Knifiey, Ky. 23-- 1 m 'Fine Stock. Up-to-da- te Up-to-da- te ever j ! I will have at my barn, at Hatcher, Ky., for the season of 1914, the Great Show Horse, His nonor, No 3845, by Burborn King- - No. 1788, dam Lucy Brown, No. 5G42. This horse belongs to Mrs. I. II. Thurman, and has been shown two seasons with great success in the warmest company. He is a chestnut, handsomely marked, is 16, hands high and has proven himself as' a sire of high class horses, the greatest horse standing so low in the State, fee $15 to insure a living colt. I will also have CASEY JONES, No. 5233, by Fos McDonald, No 309G, dam Bonnie, No. 3778, by Artist Montrose, No. 51. Casey was foalded April 27, 1911, and isn't second to nobody's horse of his age. Fee 525 to insure a living colt. Also one of the best breeding Jacks in the country, fee $l6 to insure living cole. Mares pastured - 23-t- 2. I at $2.50 per month. Your patronage .earnestly solicit-e'd- . . 23-l- t. G. L. JONES, Hatcher, Ky. ening or into an air shaft: a hallway door; a chemical fire extinguisher or a stand pipe for every 2,500 feet of floor space; stairway fire escapes for three-storbuildings, and proper sanitary conveniences, are among the specific requirements of Death of'a Native. the act. A S3.00 fee for a license and a tax of 25 cents on the room, not to exLast Wednesday morning, Apr., 1. ceed 810.00 annually, are to be collected from the hotels for the support of 1914, Mr. A. Knox Russell died at his late residence in the city of Louisville. this department. Mr. Russell was born and reared in 20 lb., Granulated sugar $1.00. Columbia, and was a son of Andrew and Elizabeth Russell. When the civ- at Russell & Co. il war commenced he entered the Confederate army, serving with Gaither Attention Farmers! Bryant, Heck Burton, Jo A. Atkins, Bob Peebles, all in the same company. I sell the Read Brands of fertilizers. When the war closed he returned'to Prices range from 95 cents to S1.33 per this place, and a short time thereaf hundred pounds. I also have Potash ter he was married to Miss Laura straight. Storage near Hobson ProBridgewater, who survives him, and duce House. See Hurt Bros., or my who is a sister of Mrs U. L. Tavlor. self. TJ. L. Antle. 23AL of this place. Not long after his mar riage he entered the mercantile busi Ball Game. ness in Columbia, his partner being The first ball game of the season iur. j. iv. a. btrange. The was continued for a few years, will be played on the Lindsey-Wilso- n Mr. Russell disposing of hisjinterest campus next Friday and Saturday, and removing to Lebanon, at which April 10th and Ilth, between L. W. place he engaged in the livery busi- T. S. and Middleburg. Both games ness, and was also sheriff of Marion will be played in the afternoon. AH county one term. Fifteen or twenty lovers of this game should be present years ago he removed with his family as this promises to be a hot fight to to Louisville, and during his residence win the first game. in that city he conducted a boarding Do not fail to be at Nell &McCand-les- s house. The deceased! Jwas seventy-si- x years old, and was confined five store next Friday, You wilj learn months before his demise. something to your interest. r He p'ossessed a very' jovial disposition, a very companionable man, and is remembered by many citizens of his A Card. native town and county. Ilelwasa This is to express our sincere thanks Royal Arch Mason and had been for to our friends inland about Columbia many years. His remains were conveyed to Leb- for their many acts of kindness duranon for interment. His parents and ing the sickness of our dear little darone sister, to our knowledge, were bur- ling, Sallie Nell Hancock, and especially those that were so faithful in ied here. sitting up with and waiting on the little sufferer, and also gthe ones that Had Been Afflictedfrom Birth. expressed their love for her by the beautiful flowers that decorated her Death often comes as a blessing, es- grave. Our kindest feeling will alpecially in cases like the one that is ways be with the twelve little girls, now being related by this writer: schoolmates, whoso tenderly carried Miss Ella Rosenbaum, who was thirty-l- little Nell's remains to its last restyear old, a daughter of Mr. ing place. ive and Mrs. George Rosenbaum, who Junius Hancock and family. live one mile this side ofGlenville, died last Thursday mominsr. She had Millinery. been afflicted from her birth, but was tenderly cared for by her parents durA superb showing of the latest and ing all those years. She never walked nobbiest ideas in spring and summer a step, never spoke a word, never fed Millinery. For Ladies, Misses and herself during her entire lifeofthir-ty-tiv- e Children. Every thing is most thoryears, ner limbs were terri- oughly and at a very reasonbly drawn and at times she was a able price. Whatever is the newest great sufferer. you'll alwajs find here. Everybody Death to one thus afflicted was cer- cordially invited. tainly a blessing, and her parents Mrs. Cleo H. Rogers, should rejoice that she is now free Greensburg, Ky. from pain, and has been made to un- 22-derstand why she was so sorely afflict. ed. Mr. John G. Calhoun, wlw was a sou of Mr. John C Calhoun, died and Death of an Infant. was buried at Campbellsville He'wasTiative of Adair counout-of-doo- at S300. The inspector will be appointed by the Governor and will have hi3 office in Frankfort. Lodging houses ana restaurants come under the provision of the act. Ninety-nin- e inch sheets, two of them on every bed, and made of white linen or cotton, washed after being used.two clean towels a aay in eacn room; individual towels in the public washrooms during certain hours; a window in each room oprs y up-to-da- te 4t last-wee- j .. B. Roberts, formerly of Springfield, Ky., has purchased a conMr.v C. trolling interest in the Taylor County Enquirer, Campbellsville, and is now in charge of the publication. He is a practical printer and expects to make e some valuable improvements in paper. Change of rollof the ers and the moving up a few taps on the press, will aid in the improvement. The new management has our Mr. Nathan Basham, who at one best wishes. Mrs. Buchanan, who has been editing the Enquirer for a time was a student in the Lindsey-Wilsoand Miss Mary Elizabeth Ben long time, was anxious to quit the nett, daughter of Mr. Sel Bennett, business. were married at Shepherdsvill, Ky.. 19 Acres land for sale with box a few days ago. house of 3 rooms, 1 miles from courtDucK Eggs for Sale. house. S. F. Eubank. t. 13 for 50c. If by Parcel Post Gc. "Aunt" Catbrine Williams, of col extra. Lula Todd, ui jrroi. earner or, motner-Jii-iat. Columbia, Ky. Jackman, will be 101 years old the 18th of this month. On account of her See Solomon McKinley before buy feeble condition the event will not be ing your fertilizer. He has the right celebrated, as has been the custom kinds and Is selling cheap for cash. for several years. theap-pearauc23-2w 23-422-3- b T. Eyery body in Columbia is in sympathy with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bar-net- t, who lost their infant son, Charles Barnett, Jr., last Saturday night at 7 o'clock. He lacked two days of being one month old. Heroic efforts were made to save his life, but his little body proved too weak to withstand an attack of rnieumonia. The interment was in the city cemetery Sunday afternoon, many friends being present. ty. Attention. counties: I am representing the Nursery, andJwiLI call soon Knoxville to see you. I will; appreciate your orders. 23-l- t. To the people of Adair and Taylor W. R. Squires. ReductionSale. - n, From this date to May; loth I will sell at a heavy discount and;many articles at cost for cash or .produce. Men and boy's clothing and hats will be slaughtered. Will pay the highest market price for eggs, chickens etc. D. M. Moore.JGarlin, Ky. 23-4- t 23-4f- The firm of Rakestraw, Hopper & The frost Monday morning did not Baker, last damage Stephens, bought of H.-fruit. The Parlor Circle will open nexfc week, a fine boundary of poplar tim Thursday night and will run regular See M. A. Henson's large stock bills ber, lying in Russell county, consider from now on, Thursday and Saturday before breeding. ation private. nights In each week. There will be union services at the Methodist Church, thfs place, nexfc Sunday night Rev. H. Clay Smith,, n League, wiU adof the meeting. Every body is dress the cordially invited. In the forenoon, same day, Rev. Smith will preach at the Christian church. Anti-Saloo- THE' ADAIR tJOUNTY NEWS Pickett. From Georgia. Crocus. Pound a Cure for Rheumatism "I suffered with rheumatism for two years and could not get my right hand bad to my mouth for that length of time," The roads are very muddy in EJza, March 19, 1914. Owing to the continued this section of the country. Editor News: weather very little farming has writes Lee L. Chapman, Mapletou, Early in January I arrived here been done in this section. Iowa. "I suffered terrible pain so I W. C. Rodgers who has been could not sleep lie and began teaching soon aftersick so long, is able to be out Born, to the wife of James Five years ago or beganstill at night. I using Chamagain, but is not very strong yet. ward. Being in a land of strang- Lawhorn, on March 8th, a son. berlain's Liniment and in two months I was well and have We have had a fine school here ers, 1 decided I needed the News Born, to the wife of Frank rheumatism since." not suffered with Fot sale by Paull this winter, taught by Miss Mary to give the happenings in Adair. Morrison.on March 10th,a daugh- Drug Co. Ad Its arrival is very much like re- ter. The above Pickett. named mothers Prom Missouri. Mr. Alex Estes has sold $11.16 ceiving a letter from home and are sisters and each gave birth worth of eggs since Jan., the to be sure this is always quite to children on the same day about Bogard, March 14, 1914. 8th. He only has 35 brown leg- pleasant. a year ago. This time there was Editor News: We have a two room building, horn hens. a litttle over a day between the The State of Missouri through and two teachers' which arrange birth of their W. G. Pickett left Friday children. medium of her humble sojourner ment divides the work up to Mrs. Clay Hadley has a mild morning for Cincinnati, to buy from Kentucky by birth, and much better advantage, and sehis spring goods. case of typhoid fever. North Carolina by adoption, cures much more proficiency in Aaron Rodgers bought one teaching Mrs. Cynthia Ragan and son, hereby tendereth greetings and school government to pair of mules from Jim Willie David, have each been very sick his beloved fatherland than the one room and one teach in gener Pickett, for $230. for some time. al, and to Columbia and String-tow- n er school. The enrollment is 107 Hardin Aaron sold to his in particular. Mr. Jesse Dudley left for Illi- pupils and our attendance is good. J. M. Aaron, a tract of 65 If a native of the dark and nois, one lay this week. The weather has been delight acres of land for $400. bloody commonwealth ever cherW. G. Pickett has a nice bunch ful nearly all the time during this Mr. Robert Aaron is very low ished a devotion to his native of shoats on hand. The pupils winter. Farmers need scarcely land, akin to that of the sweet who have been taking music ever lose a day from their work with pulmonary consumption. One day last week David Law-hor- n singer of captive Israel when lessons under Miss Laura except when it may be raining. and family migrated to one weeping by the waters of BabCorn, oats and cotton are pro Smythe, are doing fine. of the northern states for Mip ylon, and refusing to sing the There was a musical entertain- duced, cotton being, the staple. purpose as we understood of songs or Zion for delectation of ment at Bob Pickett's, one night The roads are sandy, and usually dry, and the county is yery taking up a permanent abode his captors, I am the man. this week, and a nice time was nearly level. Many automobiles but for some cause unknown to I love every field and forest of reported. the old Kentucky home, every us he came back next day. are in use all over the country. Mrs. S. N. Keltner, who has rill that gurgles by hallowed People here, generally Clears Complexion Removes Skin scenes, and how often memory been visiting friends at Grady-villare real social and clever. returned home Thursday. reverts to departed friends in Blemishes There is much Why go through life embarrassed sad retrospect. Mr. Clarence Rodgers hap- southern hospitality. and disfigured with pimples, eruptions Nearly all the people with pened to a very painful accident As I have not visited Columbia blackheads, red rough skin, or suffer-in- whom I spent my youth, have a few days ago by letting a log for several years, I presume there the tortures of Eczema, itch, tet- either been gathered in by the roll on him. He is not serious. have been many changes in va- ter, salt rheum. Just ask your drug grim reaper, or are in distant Mr. G. W. Dudley is doing lots rious ways during these years. gist for Dr. Ilobson's Eczema Oint lands. When I reflect that the of grinding with the gasoline en- Sometime in the future, I hope ment. Follow the simple suggestions ana your skin worries are over. Mild, sweethearts of my boyhood are ! gine at this place. to nave cne opportunity or bemer soothing, effective. Excellent for generally among the pale nations there again and renewing friend babies and delicate, tender skin. Stops of the dead, and that many of Check Your April Cough ship with old acquaintances. chapping. Always helps. Relief or me sierner sex nave, HKe my Thawing frost and April rains chill money back. oOc. Recommended by With best wishes, self, sought fame ane fortune in you to the very vc arrow, you catch Paul Drug Co. Ad. cold Head and lungs stuffed You are Yours truly, other fields, I think of Poe's Anfeverish Cough continually and feel Knifley nabel Lee, and the searched and Samuel L. Coffey. miserable You need Dr. King's Xew Discovery. It soothes inflamed and smitten darling of the youthful irritated throat and lungs, stops your Look to Your Plumbing The 20th inst, dawned with a Geo. D. Prentice, who was cough, your head clears up, fever You know what happens in a house five inch snow, which is fine for s'tretched dead by a bole from leaves, and you feel fine. Mr. J. T. Davis, of Stickney Corner, Me., "Was in which the plumbing is in poor con- wheat and oats. heaven. cured of a dreadful couch after doc ditioneverybody in the house is liaTruly, in the language of this The health of this section is tor's treatment and all other remedies! ble to contract typhoid or some other failed. Relief or money back. Pleaversatile genious, these sad re fever. The digestive organs perform very good for the spring season. santChildren like it. Get a bottle toMr. Chas. M. Bault was thrown flections of the past like midday. 50c and SI. 00. Recommended by the same functions in the human body Paull Drug Co. Ad as the plumbing does for the house, from a mule last week and his night's holy hour. and they should be kept in first class collar "'Tisa time for reDentanne bone broken. Dr. J. C. condition all the time and for tears." When I was a If you have Gose reduced Breeding. the fracture and any trouble with your digestion take boy, I held with Osier, that fifty Chamberlain's Tablets and you are the patient is doing well. was the age of the decrepit and Mr. James Breeding is attend- certain to get quick Mr. Miller Stapleton accident relief. For sale the dotard. Now at 56, I find ing school at Bowling Green. by Paull Drug Co. Ad. ally shot himself through the myself full of longings and aspi Prof. F. E. Webb, of Glens-forfoot one day last week. Not Chrislie's Store. rations, and regarding those has entered school at dangerous. from Dr. U. L. Taylor on Bowling Green. Mr. M. A. Monday lost a work sanitation, as masterpieces of There has been a great deal of There is quite a lot of sickness mule one day last week. truth and research; and realize in this neighborhood at this writ cold weather since February. It Mr. A. Hovious lost his nock- that he has passed three score ing. has been snowing for the last etbook March 15 containing about and ten. Miss Elizabeth Stayton, who $200 in cash and checks. few days. Dr. Taylor is a living and has been sick for about three Mrs. David Hardin is very striking monument of an exemMrs. H. B. Simpson, who has years, died last Friday afternoon. poorly at this time been visiting her parents, at with rheuma plary and temperate life He tism. Messrs. Charlie Tucker and Burkesville, returned home tonever had advantages of collegi day. She has been gone about Guy Jones and Lee Chapel left Mr. Richard Bean is logging a ate training except in medicine; for Iowa last Sunday night. three weeks. We were glad for small lot of logs bought of J. W. and yet for strength, perspicuity her to come home. She is a Sunand beauty of diction few men The birthday dinner at Mrs. Absher. day School teacher at Breeding. Lou Humphress' last Tuesday Where oh where is our Plum excel him as a writer. While We miss her when she goes away. given m honor of her brother. Point bridge? In Ohio we sup many quacks disgrace the medical profession, the labors and rePeople have been putting out Mr. John Breeding, was largely pose. searches of such men a3 Dr. U. attended and all present reportsome gardens. The Knifley merchant are sell- L. Taylor, have raised the avered a good time. There is a cry for corn in this ing 20 lb., granulated sugar for age duration of human life from Mr. Tom Faulkner was survey- $1.00. neighborhood. 34 to 46 years within the Inst-- . ing some land in this neighborThe people in this neighborThe supply of hay in this sec- five decades. hood last week. hood have been plowing a little tion is about consumed for this Tell Jim Cager Yates that he Mr. A. D. Morris made a busi- year, and yet four months but it is too wet for them now. until may look for me in April from ness trip to Columbia one day the new crop comes in, the 17th to 20th, 1914. There has been a good deal of last week. Melvin L. White. A mare belonging to W. E. sickness this winter. Mrs. Nancy Biggs is visiting Bryant brought twin mules. Both Strengthens Weak and Tired Women Mr. John Branham has been "I was under a great strain nursing sowing some grass seeds and the her sister, Mrs. Lou Humphress, dead. a relative through three months' sick birds have been trying to eat this week! The nice weather the passed ness," writes Mrs. J. C. Van De Sande them up, Mr. Loyd Weatherford was few days has caused the farmers of Kirkland 111., and "Electric Bitters kept me from breaking down. I will As I understand there were visiting at Mr. J. R. Christies to start the plow on the high never be without it." Do you feel land. Sunday. tired and worn out? No appetite and i two couples eloped to Tennessee last food won' t digest? It isn, t the spiing 'Thursday night. They were Mr. Norman Christie, who has weather. You need Electric Bitters ror Sale. Stel- been sick for some time, is no Start a month's treatment "Mr, Vernon Shives and Miss nothing better for stomach, liver and la Paton and Mr. Birch Hurt and better at this writing. One 15 hand mare mule, 8 years old, kidneys. The great spring tonic. Rewell broken, good style. lief or money back. 50c and ?1. RecMiss Susie Shives. We hope Born, to the wife of Mr. Wil A. C. Wheeler, ommended by Paull Drug Co. them long and happy lives. f. Us Harden, March 20th, a boy. Kniffley, Ky. Ad . Every floor is teeming with the newest and best in Wall and Floor Coverings Stocks tip the Acme of Excellence RUGS, CARPETS, DRAPERIES and WALL PAPER Vie with each other for Early Recognition The Best news of all are our Low Prices, fixed by an Economical Organization, Centrally Located, yet removed from the high rent district. Hubbuch Bros., . & Wellendorff incorporated 522 and 524 West Market.St. For more than Thirty Years, Louisville's Leading Carpet and Rug House. S? &&''" - Sr - - - iV e, old-fashion- ed J-- I la. T: asSKal F- ..A g I X"- y h S AxrfiV sftM MM 2B V9l9r tK9P " 1. . 1 i . j a 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 la3t 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 bt 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 money and especially when you have one to sell. Description of NOBLE PEACOCK: He is 6 years old. 15i hands high- - weighs 1,050 pounds, is a beautiful Mahogany Bay, goes all five of the saddle gaits with both ends up as high as you ever saw a Peacock. He carries 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 River3, No. 760, 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, 64. 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. k, ar-tibl- es to-da- y; I will stand 3 first-clas$10.00 to insure a first-clas- s mare with foal. These are all Jacks, all black 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. Money is always due when mares are traded or moved from the neighborhood. Pasture 10c per or fed at cost of feed. Resnectfullv f rf re-day -A. 3 JACKS. s Jacks at -- W. L. GRADY. 19-t- : . .Jksi A f -- ' ,& t'tiiii iftg I .& L t ,. TE 1'AI.Jl.i. A ADAIR .COUNT? NEWS & me, and in reply to same wish to state, some friend started the Adair County News to me, and I supposed was keeping it paid up, therefore I was not keeping up with that part of it, though all the while enjoying many articles of interest in its columns, as I was born and reared near old Columbia, a place that I yet often speak of as home, though I left there 29 years ago the 24th of last month Feb. , 1886. Since that time there has been many changes, not only in the town . . Si- - B8MS!aaKgapsaayss 5 ... Our D&I Offer The Biggest Combination Bargain of Standard Publications Ever Offered -.. 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Call or maj! all orders to I fJ The Adair County News, - Columbia, Ky. - . s.cv5g:: ., - tltlg Ozark. ifm.i THE VERY "BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels off, and is neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but GR ? 13 & B c are sowing oats. Some people have been gardening. Mr. W. G. Roy is quite sick with mumps. He has been confined to his room for two weeks. Mr. Felix MeKinley was very ill last veek, but is now able to fhe farmers of this section silo is getting to be a common and surrounding country, but among those with whom I grew up. Many of them, like myself, are trying their fortune in other States, others have passed over the dark and chilly waters of the great beyond. I noticed in the last News the death of a man whom I have known and loved from infancy as a true- friend, though he was several years my senior, but while thiswas the case, I was always glad to meet and be with Robt. L. Walker, though we had been separated so long I had lost all trace of him. I think sometimes I will visit my old home State and town once more, and meet again as many as possible of my remaining relatives and friends. I noted with regret the heavy loss sustained by cousin W. T. Dohoney, some weeks since by feeding ensilage to horses. The - one son in Okla., and the youngest son, Willie, in Cal. None of Monticello, Mch., 21st 1914. the 5 were permitted to be with Editor News: him during his 3 weeks illness, I have been reading a letter but writing letters telling of from Iowa which made me want their sorrow and grief saying to write a letter to my old Ken- they wanted to live so as to meet tucky friends and I noticed him in a better world. where the writer said that the There is not a doubt but snow was drifted there about 3 Pa fell asleep in the arms of Jeor 4 feet deep. Illinois can beat sus, as he left testimonies to show. that, for the "snow has drifted We miss him so much he was so from 4 to 16 feet deep and the good. A loving daughter. roads were all blockaded for a long time and the mail could not Denmark. pass for a while. I am working on a farm with my father and of this community brothers. The farm is about 6 The health is very bad at present. miles from Monticello. It is a The farmers have not done-mucthriving little town. I am 14 farming on account of wet years old and I Kentucky 3 From Illinois. left years and 3 months ago. I would like to take a visit back to my old Kentucky home and to see my old Kentucky friends. I am in school now. We have 8 and 9 months free school, but I will soon have to begin work again. We will have about 200 acres of corn and 110 acres of oats. Corn is worth 56c per bu., and oats are 35c per bu. Potatoes are $1. per bu., hops are worth from 7Ac to 8c per lb., milch cows are selling from $75 to $125 per head. I will close with my best regards to my old friend and Editor News. Leslie Dillingham, Olga. weather. The farmers are planning for a large crop. Some people have planted a few things in their gardens. Mr. Joe Kernes and family visited relatives in Russell county last week. Mr. Kernes lives near Ozark, and is a noted blacksmith. Mrs. Elizabeth Haynes has been confined to her bed with which is a general complaint of this community at present. Mr. J. B. Wheat is on the sick la-grip- pe list. Mann died at of his daughter, March 14r and was laid to rest in the cem etery at Bethel. Mr. George the-home Finishes, Stains and Varnishes And they will cost you 23',c less than other high grade brands Tell us your paint needs today and we will send 3'ou our PAINT BOOK free. It gives prices and ler valuable information. Kentucky Paint MF Company, (Incorporated) 513 W. Market St. factor on the stock farms throughout this State, and they are claimed to be great profit makers. Well, I notice Prof. Melvin White has deserted the Tar Heels, at last, and located in the be out. great State of Missouri, and the Mr. Willie Reynolds is quite first rattle out of the box, wrote back to friends in old Kentucky, sick with grip. Mrs. Powell and daughter, telling them that he actually saw Mrs. Nannie White, are victims seven hundred rabbits in one of grip. Ray Blair, son of Mr. S. I. Blair, is quite sick has symptoms ot fever. Mr. J. O. Polly and family are making preparations to go to Illinois this spring, with the intention of making their home. It is with regret the neighbors give up this excellent family. Mr. Polly is a good citizen, his wife is a good neighbor, a splendid singer, a skilled organist and a church worker. She will be greatly missed. They also have pile? Well Melvin, we will admit that is a very nice bunch, but would be laughed at in Coleman or Taylor county Texas, We are having some bad weather at this time. Mr. James Helm has been on, the sick list, but is much better The farmers are getting ready for a large crop of corn and tobacco Wheat and oats look fine. Mrs. Logan Kimbler is on the sick list. Oscar Miller is visiting his grandma, Mrs. Lucy Keeton.this week. Mrs. Kittie Miller has been very sick, but is better. Ike Oldham is building Ed Oldham a nice 9 room dwelling house at Bryan. at this writing. Mr. Abe Dowell is improving his farm in general. When he gets through improving it he will have one of the most attractive farms of this community. Mrs. Lee Collins, wife of Elihia Collins, is very sick at this writ ing. LOUJSV3LLE, KY. U. G. HARDWHK. Pres. J H. COCKt, V. Pres. R. B, D1ETZHAN, Sec ft 1 'NvkPmwft Minnfctf ESTABLISHED ISfil ft where they stretch poultry wire and drive the jack Rabbit in by the thousand. Though as I didn't start in to tell a rabbit story, will ring off on that, and if Melvin gets too strong on such things while in the central West, we will just get Mill Bill Con-ovafter him. Now, a few words regarding our little city, and country around it. We have a town of about two thousand inhabitants, located on the banks of the North Bosque river, and in the northeast corner of Hamilton county. All the business streets are lined on both sides with substantial one and two story brick and native stone buildings, and the streets kept in as perfect condition as those in cities of fifty thousand. The residences are of the modern type and well kept. A great deal if the country is broken, though fine for almost any thing one wishes to plant. Especially fine for cotton and small grain, fruit and vegetables. Well brother Harris, while I er - INCORPORATED 1839- - mihhWPjQHTS GRIST 1301 TttlRTeeNTH-fllW- i n QIACHINISTS SAW MLtS. i imw ENGMES. BOILERS. N three interesting children. Richard was thrown from her horse at the home of Mr. Kent Bryant last Friday afternoon. She sustained a few bruises but did Snot think she was seriously hurt. Misses Addie and Emma were the pleasant guest of Mrs. Saliie Bryant last SunMc-Kinley IVHL.LS. PEED MILLS OUiSVILLe uw 0 Mrs. Victoria SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and TsnK Wo r K 7tjtZY i t i t JlBrw Hogs and cattle are very scareer in this section. Hogs are selling for Sc per pound and what corn there is for sale is selling for $4.00 Most everybody gardening some J. S. Coffey and son, Ernest;, last week. made a business trip to CampIrish potatoes $1.00 and $1.50 bellsville last week. per bu., onions $1.00 per bu., Uirio. corn $4.00 and $5.00 per bbl., eggs 18c per dozen and chickens Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Willcut, of. 13c per lb. Bethany, Mo., who have beeir Johnnie Stevens has bought H. visiting relatives here for the E. Loys Farm on Crocus Creek months, left last Sunand has moved to it. We are past few Mr. Willcut's brothglad to have him with us. He day to visit Illinois. says he will be with the hogs ers, in this year about crop time. Itl Mrs. G. B. Breeding, Breedtakes some one to hollow to keepin visited her sister Mrs G' G. Campbell, at this place, last them out. Sunday. Edward Oldham has been on Landy Stotts sold a cow and the sick list but is better. calf to J. C. Royae for eighty-fiv- e dollars. He then bought a Obituary. cow and calf from J. E. Clay-tve- ll v day. JOBBING WORK SOLICITRD AH Kinds of Machinery kepaird- - Mr, Olie McKinley will move to his home in a few days. His crop will all be on his land he recently purchased from Mr. Sam Coffey. Mr. J. D. White, wife and son i. ONE BOP Of BOURBON POULTRY CURE dnni a chick's throat cures few drops in the fapes. A water cures ana prevents cholera, dlarrhoex $ and other chick diseases. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine At all druggists. tSample and booklet on "Dis eases oi irowis" sent FKEE. Bourbon Remedy Co. lexisgton, lj. with Vlr. Luther Maupin and family. Mrs. Ella Marshall's letter Free aampls &nl circular tent on request. and enjoyed was interesting BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. Mf Lexington, Ki.Mf 342 East Main St.. very much. The prayer meeting at Shiloh every Wednesday night seems I keep on hands a full stock of J to be growing in interest. color's, caskets, and robes. I also keep tlhniiniitliiri. SortMUB- H.al..I.A a1. XT..., '.4J.Hikl.lJC7. IlAa1iflio nnrl rViCO. MCUtdllili mnnv tlftrW if it falls tO fe Yfinr liove any ache in any Dart oi the body in .. nitoen minutes time. jVrlce 60c. At All JJruggws. . spent Sunday ffitilrlrlv n1lrv : The Adair County News One Dollar a Year. Hico Texas. Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and Prompt service night or two hearses day Residence Phone 29, office Mch., 22, 1914. 98. Phone Editor News: J- J. I npteu, J45-- 1 yr Ad, Columbia. Ky. have never had the pleasure of meeting you, I know from the tone of your editorials, you are a true blue Democrat, hence 1 can say, brother, toil on in thy good work, and keep the News com- mg. I would be glad to hear from any old friend. With best wishes to all, I am, very truly, Rev. R. A. English was born April 2nd, 1841, died March 2nd, 1914. He professed religion at the age of 10 years, and joined the M. E. Church South, living a consistent Christian. He was ordained to preach the gospel about the year 1871, by Bishop H. H. Kavanaugh. He worked as a local minister as long as his health would permit. He was married to Ellen S. Bollin in 1851. To this union 8 children were born, 3 of tnem having gone on before. His first wife died in 188 . He was . 1 for $52.50. Mr. Johri Simpson, Breeding, visited G. G- - Campbell last Sunday. A mule valued at $200.00 and the property of S. A. Coomer, died last Monday. Mr. Coomer bought this mule and another mule about two years ago, paying $375.00 for the pair. Last, spring the other mule broke which rendered it worthless. Mose Wooten and family visited Mrs. Wooten's father, Mr. Creed Stotts, at Bliss, several days last week. R. L. Campbell is attending the Cumberland Circuit Circuit, this week. married again in 1882 to Ermine A. D. Stotts did business at: C. Traylor May 18 1881. To this Amandaville one day last week.. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wheeler;, union sister Hily and myself were visited-theia-le- Yours of the 13th inst., before J. R. Dohoney. daugfc Sparksville, given to be with him to the end. ter, Mrs. H. W. Stotts, at this Three children were in Texas place last week. r T ' ADAIR THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS f HE COUNTY NEWS the people's good in all the Americas, whose onlytpurpose is the consecration ofjthe Western hemPablished Every Wednesday isphere to liberty, to progress, to BY THE to fraternity. In refusing to acAiair County News Company. knowledge the Huerta regime ( Incorporated.) the President of the United EDITOR. States in effect announced that 8HAS. S. HARRIS governments on the two AmerDamocr&tlc newspaper devoted to the inmust have a highfirm ot the City of Columbia, and the people ican continents Adair and adjacent counties. er basis than absolutism sired by treacheryS.and assination. The d as Sntered at the Columbia class mall matter. beneficent and steadying effect of this action can hardly be WEB. APRILS 8. 1914 measured bythe present generPost-office O n w Jmart Spring $9.95 $15.00 Garments o $19.75 locn U 3 de 1 Equals 25 of Bee Dee STOCK fi POULTRY MEDICINE, also our 32 page, illustrated book, fully explaining its uses. Address : A grand spectacle of styles.is presented to our patrons in this sale of Suits and Dresses. Every Model, every Fabric, every Style worth having, is included in this great collection. Latest ideas of Fashion are faithfully and beautifully expressed in these garments. And the cne big satisfactory advantage in buying here is the great money-saving- , because of our extremely low prices. We not only save you money on the cost of your garments, but also save you the cost of alteration charge;, as we make no charge for alteration It's to our interest t,o see the exceptional values we offer at ?9 ),- A startling statement but a true one in this case. One feaspoonful of medicine and two pounds of your own ground feed (cost about 3 cents equal, in what they do for your animals and fowls, two pounds of any ready-mastock or poultry tonic (price 25 cents) . There you are ! If you don't believe it, try it out Buy, today, a can of STOCK' & POULTRY MEDICINE Changes feed into tonli Makes it resclt-prcdaciag. Write ford trial package Bee Dee Stock iMedidne Company, Chattanooga, Tenn. 25c, 50c and $1. per can. At your dealer's. P. EI33SilSiCXSJS35SS5JS5!aTrMf!3 R3 sec-a- $15 00 and S19.75. Spring Lace Curtains. It's not by aceident that we have built up our immense Curtain business. It is due simply to Ueepinjr faith with the public and sivinu more for your dollar than you get elsewhere. You will need Curtains a little later if not now. VVhy not buy now while selection is best? You will be delighted at the beauty of the patterns, the sterling quality and with the law prices at which we oficr them. At Wc we show twenty styles. You will find them unusuall attractive in design and the quality the best to be had at the price. 'You will find them a QQ- UK bargain for The Curtains we offer for ?1.50 are sure to appeal to all who want moderate price Curtains. The patterns are not ordinary and are shown in a range sufficiently large to meet all requirements. The quality is the best ever offered fl1 CZf The Curtains we offer for $1.98 are unquestionably the best in quality and the richest in patterns ever offered at this price. In this line you will find English Nottingham, Marie Antoinette and Cable Net Curtains in such an array of pretty patterns that you are sure to find the Curtain you want. You will find qualities in this lot equal to many priced by other stores for 53.00, Our price only ation. It is a promise of freeThe crusade against trusts has dom and opportunity to the lands been on for several years, and below the Rio Grande. It means has been carried to a point that that humanity, conscience, right almost includes all large corpora- must hereafter be"the dominant tions regardless of the business consideration in determining our in which they engage. To our attitude toward our n mind such a condition does not breth'ren. From "The Mexindicate immediate development ican Situation," by Senator MorLatin-America- Locust Grove tAlf For the Season of 1914 I B HPIH will offer for - Pub-HcServi- ce, Ball Chief 3806, A.S. H. R. at $25.00 DESCRIPTION: BALL CHIEF. to Insure a Living Colt. a rich red chestnut, star and snip, right hind pastern white, 5 years old, 6 hands high, 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 he carries at all times to suit the most fastidious. He has a good strong short back and a most excellent set of fee,t and legs. He is nicely broken and gaited, and goes all his gaits in a most attractive manner. In color is 1 of the country's resources nor ris Sheppard oflTexas. point to any great era of pros- $1.98 - Our congressman, Hon. perity. We desire as much as any one prosperity and develop- vey Helm, was the only ment and are as much opposed to tucky Democrat who unjust methods by which corpo- against the repeal of the Canal rate powers often use to advance toll bill. Whilelwe favor its their interests, but do not be peal, and believe that the lieve in applying such means and est of the countryjand the wel methods as will cripple and hold fare of our party both demand in check the business of the coun- it, we have no harsh words to try. There is not a single reason utter against Mr. Helm, for he to justify a monopoly. Tnere is was with the speaker, Mr. Clark, nothing good to the people or the and the leader, Mr. Underwood. government in such a combina- It took courage, whether right tion, and if possible every one or wrong, for a Democrat to opshould be wiped out. Trusts are pose this Administration formed by men and companies, not for the purpose of building Fighting continues in Mexico, and developing the public good, and Gen. Villa is on top. but for power and money. They are conceived in averice, nurEYES ON CONGRESSIONAL SEAT. tured and matured in stealth and One of thecRepublican memin defiance of every principle of right and justice. Corporations bers of the late Legislature who are legal inviduals, and essen- developed into'congressional timtial to the advancement of any ber was Lilburn Phelps, of Ruscountry. What one man can sell county. He soon took a ponot do the many may accomplish. sition of leadership on the minority side of theHouse and direct1 t requires concentration of money to develop and sustain large ed the Republican policy during enterprises and through corpora- the enforcedabsence of Repretions such results are obtained. sentative? A. J. Oliver, of Allen, Since corporations are creatures the minority leader, during the of law, certainly they should be latter's enforced absence while controlled and likewise sustained ill of smallpox. Representative under laws and regulations of Phelps is regarded as a very likeequal opportunity. But the pol- ly starter for the g. o. p. nomiticians, too many of them, have ination forJCongress this year, aroused the bulk of the people in and it is conceded that he will open defiance of all large corpo- make a mighty good showing. rations, and placed them in the He made many friends during same or similar attitude of trusts. the recent session of the LegislaThe people are entitled to the ture and was popular with the benefits of open competition: the Democrats as well as members of corporations justly deserve the his own party. Louisville Times. The above is a compliment to a broad latitude of a square deal and a continuous warfare not on- very worthy gentleman, a man ly cripples their operations, but who stands high as a citizen and as lawyer, and if the Eleventh seriously menace general district is looking for a man who would make a diligent and credThe American Review of Re- itable Representative, it need views says: "When Woodrow not go farther. The district will "Wilson declined to recognize the be represented by a Republican, Buerta Government in Mexico, and should Mr. Phelps conclude he gave his own country a posi- to enter the race for the nomination of moral leadership on this tion his friends in Adair county, hemisphere which will mean of all parties, would be glad to much for the permanent ad- see him win. vancement of both North and ADAIR DEMOCRATS PLEASED. South America. That action, supplemented by his speech at Adair county Democrats are Mobile last fall, has given the tickled to death over the recent peoples a new Legislature in transferring them conception of the mission of the from the Sixteenth to the Nine"United States. As these peoples teenth Senatorial district, and come to interpret that mission by from a hopelessly Republican the standards of Wilson and Bry- bailiwick toDemocratic company an they will see that what they Adair will in future be associathave long believed to be the. ed with Barren and Metcalfe frowning colossus of the North, counties as a senatorial district. with professions of amity on his Much of the credit for the paslips, but with the lust of land and sage of the act is due Sheriff S. power in his heart, is in reality a H. Mitchell and Councy Clerk bi other whose only ambition is Walker Bryant, of Adair county, Har-Ken-voted Curtain Drapery in Lace and Scrim in plain White, Arab and Colors, the kind that "I f is used so much at the present day. Special values L at 50c. 39c, 25c. 19c and M.J. GATHOF & 424 West Marker SI. Between 41 h BRX). ff nth. Louisville, Ky. International Harvester Farm Wagons BALL CHIEF has for his sire the champion Montgomery Chief 1361, 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. He has proven himself a breeder of thy, of your careful consideration. high-clas- s and is in every way wor- Raven Bird 6550 A. S. H. R. By 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 z32, by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd. dam 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 8 . 1 TtelHCLine GRAIN.AND HAY MACHINES Binden, Rcapars Headers, Mowers FOR Hijr Loaders Hay Preues CORN MACHINES Binders, CcUiraters Eciila;e Cctters Shellers. Shredders TILLACE Riku, Suckers Pluters, Pickers Per, Spriag-Tastand Diik Harrows Cultivators GENERAL LINE Oil and Gas Esjine Oil Tractors Hannre Spreaders Cream Separators Farm Wajons Motor Trncis Tfcretaers Grata Drills Feed Grinders Knife Gruders Kad:rTwns The Colurnbus wagon this year is the equal of the Weber wagon in every way; where quality and features are concerned, the Weber and Columbus wagons are twins. One good feature common to both is the International fifth wheel, making these Tie OalyJFiftli Wheel Farm Wagons on the Market The International fifth wheel prevents tho pulling up or pitching of the bolster, and therefore does away forever with bent and broken king pins and circle irons. This one feature is worth a trip to town. Go to the I H C local dealer who handles Weber or Columbus wagons and ask him to show you the fifth wheel on these wagons. If you don't know who handles them, write to us and we will tell you where you may see them. (JzczrcoRtedJ of wagon value everywnere. No model of the Weber wagon was ever so good as the 1914 model now on the market. many years the Weber wagon been accepted as the standard 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 1 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 Cabell'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 Marion. Marion js a black Jack with white points, 5 years old, 15 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 Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. breeder first-class Iiig5 nteraatioaal Harvester Company of America iSgSy New Albany Inch Hilwadtte Otbamt Flaas ChampIoH nwjyp" Deering BlcConnicS m j who went to Frankfort and with Bal Trigg, of Barren county, did Yeoman service, in assisting Senator Mike Scott, of Metcalfe county, to " put.it over." Adair county was taken out of the Eleventh congressional district in 1912 and put in the Democratic Eighth district, and since that time the Adair Democrats have shown that they appreciate their new political alignments. Louisville Times. - Dirigo. Mr. andMrs. Matthew Wooten, Sano. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wooten and their little son, Jimmie, visited relatives in the Sparksville com- munity several days last week. G. G. Campbell and wife, who1 have been sick for the past two months, are thought to be im-- ! proving some, but slowly. Mose Wooten did business at Columbia one day last week. Deputy Sheriff, Tobe Hurt, am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a distance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, or fed at $10.00. 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. I -- A. S. Chewning, Columbia, Ky. IP It speaks to the heart through That's why the pocket-boothe Ford is afriend to thousands the world rover. What any other car will do the Ford k. Latin-Americ- an The recent fair days have put new. life into the farmers. Emily Blair, who has.been sick for the past few days, is some better atvthis time. Miss Mary Stargel will start for Kokoma, Ind. , in a few days. She will visit relatives there. was here last Thursday extertd-in- g written invitations to the boys to attend Judge Carter's big meeting at Columbia next ' ; May. Melvin Petty bought a cow and calf from C. W. Stotts for $75. The farmers of this section are beginning to stir and the indicaMr. Tom Shepherd, who has tions are that a record breaking been in declining health for the crop will ba pirched. past few months, is "no better at We would be pleased to send the this writing. N Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from Mrs. John T. White and Miss now until the tirst of April for 50 cents. Ellis visited Mr. and Mrs. Jun- Or better still we will furnish the ius White, last Sunday. Adair County News, one year and the Your correspondent had the Daily State Journal until April last want misfortune to get his foot badly for $1.25. If you doings to keep in at Frank-- 1 in touch with the cut last Monday while- chopping fort while the Legislature is in session, " - will do-a- nd more-- at a fraction i I of the cost. Buy to-da- y. i I ! Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford the touring car is Ave fifty: the Detroit complete town car seven Ufty-f.o.Get catalog and particuwith equipment. lars from The Buchanan Lyon Co., Incorporated, Campbellsville, Ky , agents'for Taylor, Green andAdair counties. run-abou- t; b. I If I & I I . wood. you should have the State Journal. frlJ'"'-I ' - rgp m J. 1 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Statement of the Ownership, Management, Circulation etc., Required by the Act of August 24, 1912. Of The Adair County News published weekly at Columbia, Ky., for April How to Detect the Alum Baking Powder "Which are the alum baking powders; how can I avoid them unless they are named?" asks a housekeeper. Here is one way: take the can of a low-pric- ed 69"G"8'$'6$4$fr6"9 6"&$S$$$$$$$$ 8 See what Repairs you need for your Corn Drills, Cultivators,. Etc., so if we have not got them on hand, we can get them for you in time. Also see our complete line of Corn Drills, Cultivators, Plows, Harrows, Wagons, Bug gies, Stoves and Ranges. Field Seeds and Fertilizers. The Jeffries Hardware Store. l, ' 1914. XA3IE OF P. 0. ADDRESS Editor, C. S. Harris, Columbia Ky. Mgr. Ed.j C. f. Harris Bus. Mgr. C. S. Harris Pub. The Adair County News Co. Columbia, Ky. Owners: (If a corporation, give its name and the names, and addresses of stockholders holding 1 per cent., or more of total amount of stock. If not a corporation, give names aryl addresses of individual owners ) The Adair County Xews Co. Columbia, Ky. C. S. Harris, Columbia, Ky Mrs. C. S. Harris, W. .E Harris, Columbia, Ivy Known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders, holding 1 per cent., or more of total amount, of bonds, mortgages or other securities: (If there are none so state.) None. Average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the six months preceding the date shown above. (This information is required from daily newspapers only.) 2,600 R powder in you,r hand and read the ingredient clause upon the back label, . The law requires that if the powder contains alum that fact must be there stated. If you find one of the ingredients named alum, or sulphate of aluminum, you have found an alum 'baking powder. JS $' There is another and a better way. You don't have to know the names of the alum powders. Use Royal Baking Powder only; that assures you a cream of tartar powder, and the purest and most healthful baking powder beyond question. 1 II. ,i ! 8Q$S"8"9"5"",S"8"&9"8 9"S"9S$$Sm8"&&Sk Good paint guarantees your house against decay, just as good insurance guarantees you against loss by fire. "Any old" paint is no more safe than "any old" insurance. You want sound insurance and .n II if Personals. n. Cabbell, Miami, was here Thursday. last Miss Essie Triplets has been quite sick for several days. Mr. J. F. McCubbiu, of Carapbells-villwas here a few days ago. Mrs. Wm. Hamilton, of Red Lick, visited Mrs. Zora Rowe last week. Mr. C. Corbette Breeding was in Louisville a few days of last week. Mrs. O. C. Vaughan, who was a victim of pneumonia, has about recovered. Messrs. E. M. Montgomery and W. M. Lawless, Esto, were here last Thursday. Miss Carrie Taylor, of Marrowbone, Ky., is visiting Misses Mary and Stella Garnett. Mr. L. their departure will be generally gretted. Miss Alma McFarland has about Mr. F. M. Flatt, Creelsboro, here Monday. re- Harris, Editor. Sworn to and subscribed before me C. S. e, was this 30th day of Mch., 1914. seal: Jo S. Kniiley Notary Public Adair County, Ky Mr. J. A. Webb, Webbs X Roads, My commission expires Feb., 19, was here Monday, to see his daughters, 191G. who are in school. Mr. Lawson Wilson and wife, Russell Springs, were here Sunday. e,n Hanna's Green Seal Paint If you know about paint, look at the formula on every can of Green Seal. It is the .perfect .formula for a smooth, elastic, durable paint. FOR SALE BY BennettBasham. i I route to Louisville market. Miss Mary Bennett, an attractive Miss Jennie McFarland writes to and pretty young lady of Columbia, her home people that she is a victim Ky., and Prof. Nathan Basham, one of tonsilitis, but is improving. of the brightest students in Prof SanTr. James Menzies went to Louis- ders' Normal class, were joined in the ville last week and underwent a slight sacred bonds of wedlock last Tuesday operation for antrum trouble, caused afternoon by the. Rev. Hardin. The from diseased teeth. wedding climaxes a romance which Mr John Lee Walker went to began while the groom was attending Burkesville ,last Sunday, returning school in the bride's home town. M'nct-.nr"Trnr1HF hmMi AT re Wo lnr o ?H lUUkJUbi Tuesday evening the Normal class VW1UI1 .'Lidt AlASUl4tjr ' ltl&& tbl.l accompanied by Prof. Sanders and John Ritchey Walkei. Mr. M. L.Mitchell, who was sick other students, serenaded the newly-- , wed. Evidently the professor feared for ten days, was iu town the latter j he would be dealt with quite vigorouspirt of last week. ly as he failed to put in his appearance Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Walker for quite a time. He and his good la-the Cincinnati market Special Instructions to Trustees- - dy came down after all their anxieties last Saturday night. as to a rail riding had been quieted t Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Turner, of Camp First. Be sure to study the instruc and received the heartiest congratulabellsville, were here to attend the fun tions given on the census blanks and tions from their many friends. For ' eral of MissJLou Trabue. follow them strictly. the present the young folks will be Second. Be sure that no child is with Col. Joe Trunnell and wife at j Mrs. E. P. Harris, (nee Miss Pearl the Hotel Trunnell. Hjndman.) of Catlettsburg js visit- - nstea twice. Third. Be sure to list only the The Shepherdsville Pioneer News ing at her lormer nome. children living in Adair county. extends sincerest good wishes and Mr. M. Cravens, whose business is Fourth. List only those children fondest hopes for a happy nd useful at Athertonville, spent Saturday and living in your distriet on the first day voyage over life's sea. Sunday with'his family here. of April without a written statement The bride is a daughter of Mr. Sel ' Miss Nellie Follis will return to from the trustee of the district from Bennett, who lives near town. the Bowling Green school Monday, which they moved that they were not Sale. listed there. her mother having recovered Fifth. Be sure to have the parents Mr. John Q. Alexander was here last ' sign their own report One 15i hand mare mule, 8 years eld, Trmrsday, taking orders. He was ac- -' make out and on the yellow sheets of the census well broken, good style. cpmpauied by Mr. S. D. Barbee. pad, then copy these on the regular A. C Wheeler, Mr. Sam Barbee, Campbellsville, census" blanks. .If parents can not Kniflley, Ky. was here the first of the week, ac- write, the trustee will fill out and sign, companied by his wife and baby being sure to hae the parent make Rev. F. A. Hamilton has removed ' his mark. from the Hancock building, on BurkesProf. W. M. Wilson was here from sure to make two copies ville street, to Mrs.E. P. Harris' resSisth- Monticello, to attend the funeral of of the census report. There are two idence, on Greensburg street. Miss Nell Hancock. his sister-in-lasheets furnished for this purpose. The Rev. J. S. Chandler is in Louisville census renort must also be copied into For Sale. this week, attending a meeting of the the Teacher and Trustee's Record Educational Board of the Lindsey-Wilso- Book for 1U14-1- 5. Tin's will be fur! have a three year old filly which I nished from this ollice. Trustees will please call at once and get them Trus- will sell. Broke to ride and drives "Winnie Barbee, of CampbellsMiss ville, "who visited here several days, tees will please do this copying before well. I also have a fine young stallion returned home last week, accompa- returning the census report, or make nearly one year old alfindications of nied by Misses Jennie Matt and Kate and extra copy to be written in the Both pera fine saddler and driver. Record Book when received. Jones. fectly sound: Parties- - who want good Seventh. Be eure to list all the Mr. G. Yv. Dillon, merchant at children in your district who are six ones see, Joe M. Harris, Breeding, was in Columbia the latter on or before the first day of July. Columbia, Ky. part of the" week, en route to the Eighth. As I will attend the K. E. Louisville market. A , and,will be away from he 28th of Eirod & Denton have remaved their W. M. Wilson and her little April to the 4th of May. the trustees stave machinery to Breeding, and will Mrs. daughter, Melvina, returned to Mon- will please return these reports by operate there during the next) two ticello Saturday, accompanied by their April 27th. The trustee must re- moifths. turn the report in person. husband and father. Tobias Huffaker, Fired Three Shots. Judge H. C. Baker and his daughter, Supt. Adair County Schools. Miss Sallie, returned from Knoxville last Friday afternoon, accompanied by For the past eight or ten days beDeath at Gresham. Mrs. W. D. Jones and baby. fore the following occurrence, Mr C. Mr. E. L. Ileece, proprietor of the Mr C. A. Edrington, who was the G. Jeffries, Jailer of 'Adair county, had Jamestown Woolen Mills, was here father of Mr. Claud Edrington, died been advised that some one was prowl last "Wednesday, en route home from at Gresham, Green county, last Sat- ing about the bastile after night evia business trip to Louisville and other urday morning. He was about sixty-seve- n dently for the purpose of aiding prisyears old and was a good citizen. oners to escape. Last Tuesday night, points. Sunday about o'clock, just before ha retired, Mr. James Cole, of Bakerton, who The funeral was at Gresham morning at 10 o'clock. It was large- one of the inmates notified him that a is a staunch friend of The News, was party was acting suspiciously on the ly attended. here the latter part of last week, on butside lie got his gun and went out, business and pleasure. His work for Call and see my Hew stock of Kitch and in a few minutes he discovered a this paper is highly appreciated. He hallooed, en Sinks and Steel water Tanks and man about the. hog-pe"halt;" but the party ran and Mr. Mr. J. A. Russell, of Carapbellsvilh, Pumps of all kinds S. F. Eubank. t Jeffries tired at him tliree times and was in Columbia last Saturday. He thinks he a hit him once. The Jailer was accompanied by Mr. E. n. ArchiLast Wednesday the slat window says that it was a white man and that bald, Treasurer of the Archibald frames which had been placed in the he has an idea as to his identity, but Wheel Company, Lawrence, Mais tower of the Baptist church', and not is not ready to divulge. Mr. and Mrs JamesiArvin, who re- being braced, blew off, but fortunatemoved from Campbellsville to this ly no damage was done. The Town Board has purchased a place last June, will return to their rock crusher and automatic drill. The former home the latter part of this' An infant son of Mr and Mrs Ed board will soon be in position to, put week. During their stay. in Columbia Melson, who live near Inroad, died re- the streets in good condition. This tligyhave made many friends, and cently He was only two months old. purchase was a wise investment. 1 Jeffries Hardware Store; Columbia," Kentucky. - i i ! Additional Locals. f JLV1 LAOl ULJ I vs -- zmy Knows Good Paint He says:- "A gallon of Mastic paint covers mere surface, lasts longer, and vorks freer under the brush than Keg Lead and Oil, or interior readv a: :xcd Paints." I ; i j I j ! Beautify Your Home With E GEB Kr Ira y Ctl M r vm jPeasice-Gaialbe- rt jr n i ? Jlr "The Kind Thai Last is made of Turo Whit T ad. reinforced with Zinc Oxide and Genuine Liiissed Oil GuarcK- in correct proportions teed to Give Psrfect Satiafactkm. i 19-t- f. o&KS WOHDEBs5 TTO matter how badly scratched your n your floors doors, how or furniture, you can easily restore them to former beauty end brightness with a coat of Pee Gee Tho cost is small, the results are great time-worG. m . FR 3jj 'fc or write diiect for 3aiae 3 Ask for :Uu2trRtea beokiet "Home', cri Hob lo Patmt Mastic Paint Cater UW, T;TK."and fr J.VSk w, t n. come pEE GEE in 11 Natural Wood colors, White, Gold and Silver Enamel. All sizes. Try It today G Incorporated LasisvJJIe, Ky. Co. Paul! 9ru . Company, Kentucky ' PEASLEE-GAULBER- T INCORPORATED CO. LOUISVILLE. KY. Columbia, IISSi g go- -' Manufacturers Paul! Drug Co., Columbia, rsjjK.iiJijfffGsaaSBW.ahiX. Mr. John Wooldridge is improving his residence by build' ing a new yard fence. Miss Effie Dockery is in very bad health. Mr. Orvis Hughes went to Somerset last week. - Kentucky The way he is clearing. Loca! Market. Tc-day. There is a lot of clearing ing on around here. Eggs Hens Chickens ' ' 13 13 13 : Cocks, Turkeys Geese Ducks Wool ' 00 ..... . 10 t . - , spring clipping Hides (green) IS 15 , Feathers..., Ginseng Beeswax Yellow Root 40 25 5 60 2 75 n. MayApple(per lb) . 0no. -- . 22-3- We are having some fine weath- Mr. Sam Browning is confined to his bed with rheumatism. He has been sick for a week but is? better now. He is able to sit up We have a new merchant in in a chair this week. our community, Mr. Ivy Hopper. Mr. J. W. Helm and wife are Mr. Elmer Dunbar sold a bunch still visiting her parents at this of hogs to Mr. J. T. Wooldridge, place. Wade says he intends t& go to Illinois. of Jabez, Rev. C. M, Deener bought si Rev. W. M. Smith filled his regular appointment at Square cow from Bert Epperson lasfc week for 50. 00. Oak Saturday and Sunday. Telephones are getting to be? Mr. Mason Flanagan visited his Uncle Thos. F. Dunbar Sat- the latest thing near here. They urday night. are almost as thick as the people. Mr. Jay Rexroat is very ill at The wheat crop is looking ver$ nice through here. this Writing. er and the farmers are making Mr. Permelia Keen Kalf G. WL. Montpeiier. good use of it. . Helms this week. Mr. J. M. Antle.seemsto think Some of the boys are prepa?;-in- g There will be a Sunday School good crop year. organized at Square Oak soon. to go to Illinois. there will be a J I AtS THE ADAItt COUNTY NEWS Daily Spring Laxative and Blood Cleanser Rugby. Courier - Journal $6.00 a Year Sunday Courier - Journal Flush out the accumulated waste and poisons of the winter months; George Hunn passed through cleans your stomach, liver and "kidneys of all impurities. Take t)r. here last Monday en route to Iving's New Life Pills; nofching betBurkes ville. g ter for purifying the blood. Mild, It laxative. Cures constipation Lee Sparks was in Columbia play is natural for a child to laugh and and when It sulks drowsily or you feel fine. Take no other. makes cries you may depend on" it something last week on business. physical is the matter. If you see no 25c. Recommended by Paull Drug evidences of a serious ailment you will not Co. Ad Miss Maggie Moore has gone dose be wron? if you quietly give.lt a of mild laxative that evening on to Mrs. Mary Breeding, at Breed- putting it to bed. non-gripin- The Peevish Child Needs a Laxative pute ( f PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak' for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor coma nocneip me, but I was completely curea Dy Jack Chinn $2.00 a Year Best Natioual News ii Buusiacuon in the morning.. forms of outside aid can be dispensed with and nature will again act alone. All classes of good American people keep it in the home for ills of the stomach, liver and bowels, and among ' The remedy most generally recom- the thousands who have written the doctor that they will never be without ' mended for is ing, to make that her future well s Syrupthis purposewhich Dr. Cald- it are Mrs. J. W. Haynes. Brady, Ky., and Pepsin, mothers Mrs. E. throughout the country have'been giving L. Weeks. 1744 W. 2nd St.. their children for a quarter of a cenhome. x.j,. jy. nas saveu tury. Today thousands of families are many a person from uuse ut it illness. a serious "Sing it where hundreds used it then, Buel and Ruel Shives while and there must be good reason for this Anyone wishing to make a trial of this word of mouth recommendation. remedy before buying It In the regular bnruing broom sedge last It Is admittedly the perfect laxative way druggist at one for children, women, old people and all dollarofa a large bottle fifty cents or can size) others who need a gentle bowel stimu- have a sample bottle (family the home fire get out and burn lant and not a violent salt, sent to cathartic free of pill or doctored water. Dr. Caldwell's W. B. charge by simply addressing Dr. Caldwell. 40S Wnshinlnn f up some fencing. Syrup Pepsin will act gently, and when Monticello, 111. Your name and address before retiring will bring com on a posiat cam will do, taken wx-.uuMon-dayleOhe DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 AT ALL 111. I 50c AND DRUGGISTS. m C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY 4mK&pEl You can hear the sound of Gee and j. Haw on most every farm now. When a doctor prescribes whisRossen is laid up ky for a State News Local News 2:Mrs.Flora man isn't getting' enough pay, 6gv-- r -- ti Market Reports Foreign News 4( This well known Jack will make the season of 1914 at my Political News barn, near Milltown, and will be (( of Everything permitted to serve mares at the sum of 7.00 to insure a living for Everybody colt. Money due when the colt Mr. T. J. Rosson is laid up come3 are the mare parted with. with lagrippe thiB week. Are you interested in what is All care will be taken to preyent accidents but not responsible isiJim Rupe was kicked by a taking place day by day all over should any occur. horse on the leg, It lamed him the world? If you are you NEED J. G. Browning. considerable. THE COURIER-JOURNALeslie Bryant fell off a wagon there is an agent in your If last Wednesday, both wheels town give him a trial order one A Splendid running over him. There was no month Daily 50 cents, with Sunbones broken, but he is considerClubbing Bargain ably bruised The wagon was day 75 cents. We Offer empty. The Adair County News Ifthers is no agent in your and We have the deepest snow on town give order to the paper in The Cincinnati the ground we have had this which this advertisement apwinter. Weekly Enquirer pears (you may get a special clubMr. J. M. Shives and family bing rate, ) or send the order diBoth One are all down with lagrippe. Year rect to the Courier-Journa- l. patient the prescription and is getting too much work, he this week with lagrippe. never has to be renewed. can always enlist with the party Miss Eva Rupe, who has been why political parThe reason that promises him relief. sick, is better. ties flourish is because when a Uncle Billy Collins is still very low. Unless there is a change for the better he can not last Birdseve view ot our Plant long. He is nearing the century mark, '. to - Special Attnetin Eyes sur-cric- al Spavin or any Fiatulo, Poll-evi- l, work done at fairnrices. 1 am well fixed to take care oi stock. Hon I qj due when work is done or stock removea irom siaDies. LOCATION-NE- HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET, ON BURKSVILLE AR ED 7, Joseph H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- L. Will practice in this and adjoining, 'counties, r "Largest in Dftle" Jamstown, : Kentucky Q..P. SMYTHE for FIRE INSURANCE and W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog EVERYTHLNG IN cs if SI i REALESTATE For Only SI 35 WEEKLY has been discontinued, COUIER-JOUR-NAL Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly Enquirer is It is issued every Thursday, subscription price 51.00 per year, and it is ine of the be.t home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the sreat DAILY EXQCIREli for obtatninjr the world's events, and for that reason can iriue you all the leading news. It earries a carrier a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp euiiunris uuu luiauic ujj-i- j,j JU uuiliciuua m- - hj UatC mBTKCl rcpuris. partments make it a necessity to every W home, farm or business man. This srand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscribing for thcabove combination right now. Call or mail orders to Boys and Girls Clubs. WHOLESALE Windows, JDoors, Blinds, Mouldings, J " 4J a. -- HsF ssas2B2azssrzss j m" but FARM AND FAMILY, a most excellent illustrated monthly magazine, is a worthy successor. The price is only 25 cents a year. Ask for a sample copy. Courier-Journ- al Company INCORPORATED Louisville, Ky. 1 Residence Phone-1- B Business Pho e 13 P The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. 1 9 & DR. X N. MUKRELL DENTIST Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g MBSS&&MSWbrBSl Sano. Colds and lagrippe are prev- upstairs. alent in this section. Columbia, - Kentucky The pleasant days have passed, and the snow has taken their place. T. W. Wheat has been on I wonder what our boys and girls are doing this spring. Planning, I hope, for the coming year. I know that quite a few of them belong to the various agricultural clubs, and many of them are doing good work, But I am afraid some of them are hesitating, because they are not quite sure? or have not the courage to get in line. If you d& not know what to do, just write to the department of agriculture for the bulletins and literature, and ask your agricultural editor, where you can get further n- formation. Yom will nave to get to work very how, as the opening , ring ia bufc E3S 1f &3 US ' m a. Tfi a wl S A af - wl . S iT' 8 ... . tJ ?W ROOFING Also Elvvood and Ahierican Fence. S snir. ., in.- - Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed, but 3 made fi liver intlk':FRfCE 50 T. Aistc", E-.- Ip - ii . ...'' .. i fit, Ji : '- ,!-.- . " ... -' li. . t f h-f- '' -- "' A ." . ?? Cr. I " KkfiAAj J5g ur CArcnituvt. WZ OVER 65 YEARS' Steel Fence Posts ' Wzt-- . . m DEHLER BROS. CO incorporated Street,5De1wecn5r-irsland yIBtxltdr.A. l 16 Cant tfatkei BrooH so, '" fmisvi?k. Ky IIIIIW Ml wa I mas suttr and rev lJrerweirijiB r pTe"ra!e. UonsstrtcUyaaent.a! HAH0B0CK pMenw.ta aenttrc. oVcst agency f.rsecannirCs receive Patents taken thronKh Jlann & tptekU notict, without cbarsc. la tt quietly ascend invention 1? prcfct desc-Iptl- on Designs Copyrights &c. Trade Marks ' urveying Land Owners Attention. the ashortwA;awayt . iflF- -. m ffSk sick list for the past few days. T. Iik ,V, BT -- w 9w jh ff8 . . . w. hw . i . nn I arsest handsomely Illustrated of any scientine 3urBai. Tern.s. W a months, fl. Sold byaU newdeater;. rear: four m WUn )L V.n 364Broa.lwaT.WflW iflrx III Branch Office, SS F SU "Washington. D. C A Scientific Hmerican, weekly. ha'iiy boys and girla s're E. Leech is in from Illinois a few days stay. f;r planning to Aise popco'rnt even for their xmn liome tse? Do T. C. Faulhner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e years experience. Charges rea sonable. Phone 74 or write Emily Blair is reported to be you krjrjw there is & farmers' bulin a very critical condition at letin (Ho. 554) entitled "Popcorn jsr'"58--- " -- ?? m 1 urs f oo 2T ft...,, im i woman r h v una 2- - T. C. Faulkner, Columbia, Ky. UlSlDEnTflE. n cation over Cumberland Grocers Co., Columbia, Ky. Phone 52 A. commendable Daily State cect and prosecute now until the first of April for'50 cents. lb peddle "liquor and we Or better still we will furnish the 1 keep constantly on hands a nice line trust rtiaVtheir efforts will noh Adair County News, one year and the of Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and be .OV&iE, and that evdry law Daily State Journal until April last Ladies Robes, also a nice Hurse. Lo- ar efforts to those w' " 0r. Market," which you can have . . a John Gentry sold his property f or, the akmi?. and it will sat; at public auction last Monday tQ Just write to wiin um intention oi going y your senator or congressman, or Indiana. It is reported fa i il tnmgs Drougnt gooa r j,p to the department of agriculture, ssiit to you. Two cows brought $50 e? JL -- and ask that corn sold at $6 per barr Do you know what'eity boys and &. girls pay for a pdund of popcorn? It is very gratifyin "6 'the cit-,izens of this sectic astonish you, and so of'who fully It will realize the danp had. .ra that beset ten the corn is not to be young men who 'Indulge in strong drink, to knov hat 'our officials We would be pleased to send the are making Journal, Frankforb, from & this writing. ( j l - The Louisville DaiiyCHerald And the 1 i " J & Adair County New One Year Each it-b- e 1 q Ii Woman's FOB SALE AT Tonio J g r For Uiich 30v I AIL DRUBGISTS I b J. r-- B. Jones. 'foririgvetx 3ingsitizen "will 'not hesitate 'ai'd 'our worthy officials to 'boot-legg- er to (jus - tlce ib this coitnty. This offeT trill hold good for only a short time. If you want to keep posted in politics and current events, subscribe now. $1.25. If you want to keep in for in touch with the doings at Frank- - Come, bring or send your subscriptions to fort while the Legislature is this office. you should have the State Journal . Veterinary Surgeon and Dsntibt years experience. Special attention?-given to Surgical and Dental work? Office at residence near Graded School ' building, PHONE- - NO. TEH w J it THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS w awin You Need a Tonic 1 Illif THE Notice J&TOJ There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking LOUISVILLE TIMES "twiyW Special SJX Notice BV FOR 1913 "JOE" Cleveland Bay This celebrated Stallion will make 1914 at Will Johnson's barn, A miles south of Columbia and 1 miles West of Gadberry, on Pettits Fork Creek, and will serve mares at $6.00 to insure a living colt. He has proven to be a good breeder Joe is a dark bay, 16 hands high, heavy built, good style, has the best of eyes, feet and legs and in facta perfect model in every respect. He is the best and quitest work horse I ever seen, and a fine driver for women with perfect safety, so he needs no further introduction. Money due when colt is foaled. All care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. We will also stand a good 7 year old Jack at same place on same conditions as horse, at the low fee of $5.00. This Jack isblack with mealy points, 14 hands high, heavy built, good style and has proven himself a good breeder. We thank the people for their past favors and solicit their future ones Call and see our stock if interested. Phone Will Johnson. All Persons Who Are Behind tion Books BRIGHTER,. BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. One Year on our Subscrip the season of THE LOUISVILLE TIMll Will have toll Come off, Under IS If , $5.00 A YEAR YOUR the Law, if not Paid at once YOU WiLL SEND ORBh Has Helped Thousands. i ij 19) t&iW M IIIII1 Mrs. busi- TO US, YOU CAN GET ij twa The Government THE ADAIR C0UNT1 Rugby. Bob Wilson transacted Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More Mi. Pleasant. T. J. Rosson sold last AND week to Jim Reece, the produce ness in Columbia last Tuesday. man, $12.48 worth of chickens The writer bought two shoats Her entire flock are of Plymouth from John Harvey for $5.30. Jim Rupe has the lagrippe this Rocks. They are nice. week. THE L0UISV1LEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR than one Year Woman Restore Old Johnson Bros. Dirigo. FIas. We are having some bad weath- The Dally FOR ONLY $4.50. louisvill -- Times News THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. y- And The Has the best corpa of corr?L Adair County It pondents. Covers the Kentucky field pet Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. is Democratic, fectly. Covers the general news fial completely. Has the best and fullest ma but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adaii Some years ago Mrs. Amelia er at this time. Misses Linnie and Stora Hutch- Flower undertook the preservaThe Dirigo man has just returned from the Cumberland ison spent last Saturday and Sun- tion of Civil war flags displayed Circuit Court and has thus been day with their aunt Mrs. Harden in the state house in Boston. unable to gather many items. Cundiff, Her work was so successful that Mr. Herbert Cundiff, who has when the nation's trophies But while at the Capital of Cumbwere erland county he learned that been visiting here, left last Mon- to be restored Mrs. Flower was the citizens of the county gener- day night to resume his work. selected for the task. The methally were well and were prepar- He was accompanied by Ulysess od which she has followed is ening for a big crop of corn. The Harmon. May luck go with the tirely of her own invention, county has a few thousand bar- boys. rels of old corn for sale yet and There has been several socials though she acknowledge her inare asking from four to five dol- in this neighborhood in honor of debtedness to some tapsstries lars per barrel. Court is progress- Herbert Cundiff. The young which were made a thousand ing nicely and many cases were folks had a nice time. years ago by the duchess of Nordisposed of. Three young men Mr. John Butler, who has been mandy and her ladies. were sent to the Frankfort reThe dyeing of the silks and formatory for housebreaking. at work at the loose leaf tobacco Many of the enterprising citizens house, has come home for a linens used was a work calling-fo- r kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics bti County News both for 4.50 p,er year. fair to everybody. END YOUR SUBSCRIP if J I HON RIGHT AWAY L12sTAJL. office. . James Triol DENTIST Qreensburg, Ky. Always appreciates trade from Adairjand .Adjoining Counties and is constantly 9 OVER PAULD DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. RES PEOXE 20. OrFICE PHONE take the Adair County News and its arrival is anxiously awaited each Wednesday night. Born, to the wife of Rev. H. M. Stotts, on the ISth inst., a girl. County Road Engineer, J. N. Coffey was here one day last week, surveying land for A. M. Petty. If he happened to travel the county road from Picnic to the Singletree factory just below here we would be glad to have him report its condition. This road runs along the bank of the creek and there are thousands of tons of sand in the creek but still I am sure that Mr. Coffey would not call this two miles of road a pike. Ace Pelston has sold his interest in the store at this place to Mose Wooten, who will continue to run the business. Hop Pendleton, Casey Creek, vijited at Jack Morgans last Sunday. There will be singing at the Union Church here next Sunday while. Linnie Hutchison, who is staying at Claud Callisons, spent last Friday night at home. We are glad to announce there will be a singing at Mt. Pleasant the 5th, the Sunday afternoon led by Riall, Beard, Feese, Russell, Rice, Cabell, Biggs and Pikes. We will sing in Glorious Refrain, the new book for 1914. Every body wanted to come out. Misses Rena Cundiff and Ann Lizzie Hood have been laid up with colds. Mrs. Nellie Conover, who has had a real bad sick spell, is a consummate knowledge of colors. The brilliant reds and blues and green3 and yellows of the old flags have softened and faded until in many instances they demanded hours of patient labor to match even a few square feet of a single flag. The result of Mr3. Flower's method of preservation is that where the remnants of the flags were in good condition or comparatively so, like the flag which Admiral Perry flew in Japan when he made the first compact of friendship between the United States and the mikado'3 empire, the stiches are invisible from from a distance of a few feet. Where the flag was almost all gone the stitches appear as a ghost of the past across the background of the gray linen. The enraptured society reporters always say that the groom led the bride to the altar. Just as though she required any lead- of- - thought to be a little better. Misses Bush Tupman, Tom Ann Ellison and Bessie Williams were the guest of Miss Ann Lizzie Hood Saturday night. Miss Vinie Holmes was the guest of Zella East last Saturday night and Sunday. She attended Sunday School. Messrs. Bun Rice and Will Van-Ho- y were in Columbia on busi- ,feringBand giving to ail comers, Bargains in all Lines of goods , ilfpipf p fyjfRj i and Indigestion canard me crcat distress for two j ears. I triet many things for relief, but cot littlahcln. till at last I found it ia tho best pills or. medicine I. ever tried . I dr. king's -- n ill send Dry Goods, Clothing and Shot g C.E. Hatfield. Guyan.W.Va. 25 CEHTS PER BOTTLE A7 ALL DRl'GGISTS. f to any point, by Pareels Post prepaid. Any goods not satisfactory can be afternoon, Rev. G. N. re WELL DRILLER who has Friday. been quite sick for several weeks, ness last is better at this writing and Strright at It. there is now hope of his recovStone, ing. rned by Parcel Post, if in seven day after sent out I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. See me before contracting. Latest im- yroved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give me a Call. ery. o Cough Medicine for Children Too much care cannot bee used in selecting a cough medicine for chil- Woodson Lewis J. C. YATES dren It should be pleasant to take, contain no harmful substance and be most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets these requirements and is a favorite with the mothers of young children everywhere. For sale Ad is for sale by Paull Drug Cn. by Paull Drug Co. The reason a woman thinks she is entitled to a $50 set of furs is no use of our "beating There around the bush." We might as well is because her husband is saving out with ifc first as last. We want $15 on the silk petticoat she you to try ChamDerlain's Cough Kem-ed- y the next time you have a cough does not have to wear. or cold. There is no reason so far as A wise man always finds out we can see why you should not do so. This preyaration by its remarkable what brand of advice another cures has geined a world wide reputation, and people everywhere speak of man wants before he tries to ad- it in the highest terms of praise. Ifc ' vise him. Ad .0 8 Gradyvlile. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Thispeats We have had plenty of rain Any Spring Medicine You Ever Saw. this week. Guy Nell, of Columbia, spent last Saturday night in our city. Rev. Christie was on the sick Kst for a day or so of last week. Mr. G. T, Flowers was confin ed to his room several days of iast week with mumps. The Way ROOT JUICE Cleans Out the Blood and Builds up the System Is Surely a Wonder; Guaranteed. "Glory! I've only taken thafc ROOT JUICE a week and feel like a new person already. It beats anything I ever saw for giving the blood and the entire body a top-t- o bottom spring Ir 'Sharpens up the appetite, im proves digestion, stirs us the liver, genth regulates the bowels, tones up th kidneys, gives new force to the nerves and strengthens, revitalizes, inFor old cleaning and. toning up." That's vigorates the whole system. Fine for what everybody says, and no wonder. folks it is simply a wonder Messrs. Walker & Gill, of Co- Tee action of ROOT JUICE is just rheumatism, backache and stiff, sore the action that everybody, young and joints lumbia, spent a day or so in this old, needs every spring. And'it works quickly. You don't community last week looking af- At this time of the have to use a gallon of it and take year the bedy is all ter cattle. it for six months to an clogged up with see results. You'll Mr. Wesley Parson, one of our accumulation of filth see an improvement blacksmiths, was on and impurities that in-few days, feel collecting sick list for ajfew days of have been The blood the new "pep" and vim all winter. and "ginger" and iast week. is thick, impure, and up-to-da- te a mW&ZSxJt'iZ&SlmmVmmnmlmmmmmmmL S-- j Mr. Eugene Wethington, the spoke man, of Columbia, spent a day in our midst last week looking after his interest here. Uncle Charlie Yates is having some repairing done on his dwelling this week. Messrs. Hill & Stuhs, some of our mill men, are having a great deal of trouble with their mill. They can not get it to saw right. rested, refreshed and ready for any- known "fagged-out,- " ching. Try it. It's tired, lazy, good-for- guaranteed and the nothing feeling that "That ROOT JUICE Has Cer-druggist will give tainly Made a Wonderful people call Spring well-knowua onange m me. juui Fever. HOOT SUICE, a genu'ne blood money if you want it after using the cleanser and system builder, made whole bottle. You take no chances from a new and scientific combination with ROOT JUICE. It's got to do of roots, herbs, leaves and barks. It's) the work or costs nothing. Be sure absolutely fre frem any in you get the geuine ROOT JUICE. Mrs. D. C. Wheeler was con- safe, too, g drugs, and as Don't let any druggist palm off some jurious or several a tonic for weak, debilitat- imitation on you. There's nothing fined to her room for ed people it beats anything that you just as good and there's only one gendays of last week with fever. uine ROOT JUICE ever saw in all your life. Nat Walker and Will Ifiddle were at Miama last Friday. Whitlock Bros., of Bliss, were in our community a day or so of last week looking after tobacco. n Mr. J. D. Lowe, the shoe man, of Columbia, called in to see us onelday last week while en route for Frye. organs of the body are halg asleep. That 1 accounts for the well impure, and all the iou'llget up in the morning good night's sleep SI 1 1 ' IwiSI li after a Duke of Adair 4660, A. S. H. R. 9t ju will make habit-fosmin- DUKE OF ADAIR 4660 A. R. H. R. This fine combined saddle and harness stallion the season of 1914 at my barn, one mile north of Montpelierat the low priceof $10.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or sold. Duke has. proven himself an excellent breeder, and very sure. His oldest get are 4 year olds and they are proving to be s in every particular, all good size, easy to handle, good workers, best of saddlers and have as much style as anybody's horse. But few of his colts have ever been offered for sale, but what have, are commanding the highest prices. first-clas- run-dow- DESCRIPTION and PEDIGREE: DUKE is 8 years old. 6i hand shigh, dark brown or black, has the beat of eyes, fine mane and tail, the latter, which he at all times carries to perfection. 1 Illinois a few weeks ago, took the measles and has come home. Roy Reynolds, of Garlan, was visiting at Rev. W. F. Lemmon. D. 0. Pelly is in Louisville Jacks At The DUKE was sired by Fair Grounds. Gist's Black Hawk. Red dam Maud Bailey 7862, she by Hubble's On Time 745, he by Stonewall Jackson 72. 2nd dam Black Kate, she b Red Squirrel 53, he by Black Squirrel 58. So you see at a glance that Duke's pedigree can't be beat. 'Having old Red Bird for his sire and Hubble's On Time as a grand sire on his dam's side, two as good ones as Kentucky ever had. old Red Bird 1950, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234. He by Bird's 1st dam Liza Griffin, she by Bailey's Dexter, he by Cabell's Lexington. Duke's 1st this week buying goods. his spring BLACK HAWK This fine young Jack will make the season of 191,4bt the same place at $6.00 for a horse mule and $7.00 for a maremiule to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or sold BIackHavk is 5 years old, coal black with mealy points, 15 hands high, has very heavy bone, extra big head and ear, long bodied and as well made up in other respects as you ever saw. He has proven himself a good breeder and very sure. ; Last falS4 colts sold at top prices. In both cases all care will be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Mr. Thos. Dowell and family are now citizens of our town. We are glad to have them with us. James Q. Diddle made a business trip to Greensburg last Thursday and Saturday. Mr. Johnson Edwards and son, of Keltner, spent a day or so in this community last week looking after milch cattle. Wheat is looking well in this Mrs. Willie Cole and daughter, section. There has not been any of Weed, spent a few days of plowing done for several days Jast week visiting her relatives owing to so m'ich rain. in our town. Mr. Henry Montgomery has Messrs. Diddle & Parson, the! commenced the erection of his mill men, of our town, have re- dwelling. He is building on the ceived a large amount of corn farm of Mr. Lawrence Montgomand wheat which will be greatly ery. appreciated by the people of this Mr. Willie Reynold is;prepar-in- g section, as flour and meal are in to erect a new building. good demand. Little Miss Maud Bryant has Messrs. Will Baker and Frank mumps this week. Dulin made a business trip to Miss Lola Maupin is confined day this week. Milltown one to her room with neuralgia. in this section are Our farmers Mr. Johnny Hayse has been in glad to see the warm sunshine? a critical condition for several Never before have we seen grass, days, but is considered better at wheat grow as fast as oats and present. it has in the past week, and nevMr. Frank Waggener spent er was there a time that grass is night last week with Mr. W. needed worse for our stock than one Roy. at the present. If the warm G. wife weather continues for another 4 Mr. J. C. Montgomery, we,ek our stock can live on th and son visited Mr. Virgil Hurt's grass. Our tobacco plants, we last Sunday. understand, are plentiful coming Mr. W. G. Roy and wife were right along. If nothing befalls the guests of Mr. and "Mrs. Kent them there will be plenty in this Bryant last Sunday. section to transplant a large acreMr. Robert Maupin and wife age. visited Mr. Luther Maupin and family Sunday. Pejlvtnn, The Prayer meeting at Shiloh Wednesday night is having Mri Frank Mings, while saw- each ing down timber last Saturday, good attendance. Avery ,and Ray Blair visited got his leg caught in a tree, breaking it. their grand parents, Mr. and Montgomery, last Messrs, Robt., Borders, Will Mrs. William night. Lyon an J. D. Lowe, were herej Saturday Wednesday. From Iowa. running His mill . Mr. J. Doss is Toledo, March 31, 1914. from W. G. Ellis' to Edith, hear ' ftey Williams' farm. Editor News- ;-' Bennie Powell, who went to If you will allow me space in Mr. TheodoreJgJone3, of this place nd Miss Dollie Tuggle, of Linnie, were married a few days ago. They are both good young people and were very popular. Mr. J. L. Campbell and wife visiting the family of W. S. Sinclair last Sunday. Mr. Henry Workman is in I will offer for public service for the season oft 1914, and Louisville this week having one MURPIIEY, two STARLIGHT young s Jacks, at the Columbia Fair Grounds. of his eyes treated. They are specimens that.are rarely ever seen in this section of the State. OzarK. high-clas- V. M. EPPERSON, Montpelier, Ky They are 4 years old, black in color with white points, 13 and 15J hands high, with extreme length, weight, substance and tinish. They are exceptionally well bred, having for their sire the famous show Jack, Kentucky Champion, and out of Starlight Jennets. The Starlights being the most popular family yet known. These Jacks have been well cared for and are in excellent condition for service Terms $8.00 to insure a living colt. In all cases money is due when colt is foaled, mare traded, parted with, bred to other stock or removed from neighborhood. arm Geo. Coffey, Agt. your paper, I will give my ion of Iowa. opin- say it is a good State for a working man, and if you don't want to work every day, you had better not come. I have only been here two weeks, and I like fine. The 'people are very friendly to me. I must I have been to church three times, and got acquainted with several people. There is no Christian church in Toledo, so I go to the M." E. Church. I came out here with six of my' Kentucky friends, Messrs. Lee Cloyd, "Pellyton, Guy Jones, Sam Cox, Field Perkins and Wells Eastridge, but I left them at Iowa City, and haven't seen them since. Mr. Pellyton came to Toledo with me, so I Chapel, The above picture is a natural photograph of JUDAS the famous Purcheron miles Stallion. He will make the season of 1914, at my barn, one and one-ha- lf of Columbia, on the Sumerset road, for the sum of 10 00 to insure a living east ' i colt. DESCRIPTION: Judas is a 6 year old purcheron, a steel gray, weighs 1700 pounds and is 16A hands high. He is a perfect model and a world beater. Remember that the Auto and such like rriutles of conveyance have lessened the demand for saddle and harness horses. But remember that they have 'nothing to do with the Farm and Draft horse. Remember that every farming country in the ,worId know he is still here, but the wants the Purcheson horse. The leading mule producing States are raising mules from the Purcheron other boys may be at home by mares. See this horse before you breed, I will gladly show you his certificate of registration and Pedinow. Ha, ha! gree. Judas has proven himself to be a great breeder. His foals of 1913 are the best 1 year old colts in this country and his foals of 1914 are second to none. He is kind and well disposed. I would like to hear from any ever seen of my old Kentucky friends. I will .close for this time. Yours Truly, Chas. Tucker. Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or removed from neighAll borhood. occur. care 'will be taken to preventaccidents but not responsible should any . .i . ' ' - W. Q. McKJNLEf1.