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NUMBER APRIL 15, 1914. 24 Death of an Estimable Laws Governing Subscriptions. ,Mosb readers of newspapers and many publishers are not familiar with the nere laws governing subscriptions, are the decisions of the United States Court on the subject. They will be interesting to publishers and many will undoubtedly be glad of the oppor-tunic- y to print them for the benefit of delinquent subscribers: "Subscribers who do not give ex press notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to renew their subscriptions. "If the subscribers order a discontinuance of their publication the publisher may continue to send them until all dues are paid. "If the subscriber refuses to take periodicals fiom the Post Oflice to which they are directed, he is responsible until he has settled his bill and ordered the paper discontinued. 'If subscribers move to other places without informing the publisher and the papers are sent to the former address, the subscriber is held respopsi-bl- e City Treaiurer's Report. Better Than Gold. The Columbia and A rare treat. Adair County High Schools will present "Better Thau Gold" (a comedy in fourjacts) at the Court house, Thurs. day evening, April 16th, - beginning at 7:30 p. m. Come and in your heart you will say there is something in life Better than Gold. CAST OF CHARACTERS. THE CARPENTERS. Introductory. I trust that it is with a proper appearance of love and humility that I take my pen in hand to write you a few verses, hoping they may find you without blood in your eye, or a false manifestation of brotherly love in your heart, and should the following poetic effusion fail to compare favorably with Poe's Raven, please do nob attribute it to the absence of that old left over, or some strong domestic wine, unlike the wedding wine of Gallilee, which some now presume was sweet cider wine nob good wine, as the Ruler of the feast pronounced it to be, but an expert presumer can presume a great deal when his case so requires. We'd as well suppose that a lit of inebriation prompted Poe to write thus: "I do not like thee Dr. Fell, The reason why I cannot tell, But I 'do not like thee Doctor Fell " Yet poets are born, not made, (I was born.) when quite young, I presume, (Like the wonderful man of whom we've been told, That once was an infant, but age made him old.) Although poets like Burns, Pope and myself may be born, yet I would say to Bro. Daltou, that a poet, and perchance a preacher, may sometimes feel the need of some artificial inspiration, lest he be like a prophet (nob without honor, save in his own country and in his own house.) We also wish to congratulate Bro. Dalton upon the manly manner in which he commented upon "The Old Doctor's little article in The News " Bub why should your bard keep the gentle reader longer? WAITING. Work of the Fiscal Court. The Fiscal Courb of Adair County was in session five days of last week: and transacted a great deal of busi ness. The present courb is composed of magistrates six of whom were never on the bench, one, W. E. Hancock, served a term once before. They are all men of good judgment, and in. our opinion will carefully watch the interest of the county. Some of them, have had experience in road building and we believe during their termor office an order will be made looking to the bettering of the highways oftha county. The winding of the city clock was awarded to Mr. Murray Ball. The other bidder was Mr. J. G. Eubank. The bids of the two gentlemen were opened twice. The first time it was a tie, $24.00 per year by each. The d time Mr. Ball's bid was $23.29 and Mr. Eubank'. $23.50, giving the job to Mr. Ball. Mrs. Ermine Leech was elected e keeper last Friday. Hec opponent was Mr. J. H. Janes and the vote stood 3 to 4. This election was to fill out the unexpired term of Mr. L. P. Fletcher, who resigned the first of sec-oupoor-hous- Woman. & The intelligence of the death of Miss Ellen Epperson, a Jvghly respected young woman of Adair county, reached relatives at this place early Monday morning, she having died at Phil, Casey county, a few hours before the years word came. She was thirty-liv- e old and was a victim of typhoid fever and acute indigestion. She was a daughter of W. F. Epperson, who died many years ago. Her mother and several brothers and several sisters survive her. The deceased was a devoted mem ber of the Christion Church, popular in the neighhorhood where she was reared, and had made many friends at Phil, Ky., where she had been a very eilicient saleslady in Carson & Corn- best store for a period of four years The remains were brought to Adair county, and after funeral services, conducted by Eld. Z. T. Williams, the body was interred in the family bury ing ground, near Montpelier. In testimony of the high character of the deceased, a very large circle of relatives and friends attended the last sad rites. The News is in sympathy with all sorrowing relatives. -- Report of Jno. W. Flowers, Treasur er, of the amount of funds on hands to the credit of the said town, on April 6th, 1914, and the amounts received by him and the amounts paid by order of the Board of Trustees of the said town, between the dates of Jan. 1, 1914 and April 6, 1914. CREDITS. 1914 Jan., 5, T. C. Davidson, services as election officer Jan., 5, L. T. Neat, services as clerk of election Nov. $2 00 2 00 40 fi services as tax collector etc. Jan., 5, M. Cravens, services as supervisor tax books 1914 Jan., 6 Geo. Coffey, taxes charged him in settlement that was wrongfully listed to Perry Hutchison Jan., (J, W. B. Patteson, services as oilicer in Nov., election Jan., 5, Geo. Coffey, 1 Wealthy gold miner, Bryan Garnett. Susan Miller. Elizabeth, His wife, 00 Howard, Jr., His philanthropic son, Smith Gill. 00 Reberb Woolsey, II is stepson, Edgar Diddle: Klink, Butler, Grins, Howard, Jr's. valet, Clay Smith. 50 noward, Sr , THE KIXGLEYS. 2 00 2 70 2 00 83 77 Andrew, Jan., uncalled for is prima facie evidence of intention to defraud. "If subscribers pay in advance, they are bound to give notice at the end of If you want to breed to a good conStallion, see Prinxe, at the Pair the time if they do not wish to subGrounds, before booking your mares tinue taking it, otherwise the scriber is responsible until express Fee $10 00. notice with pajment of all arrearage 24-- 1 t. John Goff. is sent to the publisher." "The courts have held that refusing to take periodicals from the Post Jan., G, Columbia Ltg., Oflice or removing and leaving them lights for December Jan., 6, 1914 6, E. G. Shaw, 30 loads of gravel Jan., 6, J. II. Wilson, services as election officer 1914 Wealthy gold miner, Thos. Patteson. Marguerite, His designing wife, Mary Myers. Co., A. H. Ballard, services supervisor tax books 0 00 9 45 Their daughter, Loretta Dunbar. McKlusky, Butler, Emmett Riggins. Prince Bavari, "Of the Hopsburg," Alice, Miss Robinson, Albia Eubank Howard, Jr's. Sect., Grace Conover. Mary Breeding. Jan., 7. Adair Co., News, account to date Jan., 8, W. H. Wilson, services as election officer 1913 Jan., 17, L. C. Winfrey, making settlement with Geo. Coffey Nell Toone, Mountain Girl, 2 00 Kate Gill. Aunt Laura,' Mammy, Bill Singleton,Mountaineer, Arthur Holladay. court. The levy made for general purposes,. 35 cents on the one hundred dollars, ond dollar poll, 13 cents on each one hundred dollars and 50 cents poll for school purposes. Drs. Hindman & Russell were elect e physicians. ed Claims allowed, about 35,000. poor-hous- Resigns Pastorate house, Thursday evening. April 16. books 1914 Rev. J. P. Scruggs has tendered his You will miss something if you fail to Jan. 22, N. T. Mercer, servresignation as pastor of the Baptist be there. ices as oilicer Nov. elecGhurch, the same to take effect Sun- "Better Than Gold" at the 3 00 Court- Jan., Jo N. Conover, services as supervisor tax 20, 6 Also: Dr. Bassett; Dr. Speight; Dr. Mayben; Dr. King. Creel Nell. Head Nurse, You just cannot afford to miss it. 00 Admission: Under 12 years, 15c, "Better Than Gold" at the Courthouse, Thursday evening, April 16. You will miss something if you fail to be there. For Sale. Boards, shingles, post and Stove Casey Jones' Store. wood. day May 3rd Mo. He has accepted a call to the Baptist church in Frederick-tow- NOTICE. adults, 25c, reserved seats 35c. 2 00 S4 15 n, Rev. Scruggs began his work with the Midway Baptist church on the first Sunday in May, 190G. He will, therefore, have rounded out eight years of work on the Sunday he preaches his farewell sermon. The work he has done here has been of a high order, and the church has prospered in many ways under his care. The member ship is exceedingly loath to giva him tip. Of himself and his work we shall have more to say later. Midway Clipper. Wool Wanted. We pay the highest cash price. We wish to inform the people of Adair county that we are representing the Pomona Nursery, at Bowling Green. This Nursery has been in business 25 years and has 300 acres in select nursery stock, s line of trees. puting out a Why not buy your trees that' are already acclimated and save the experimenter's loss? We expect to visit every farmer within the next few weeks. See us and get our prices before you buy. HARRIS & GARRISON, Columbia, Kentucky. first-clas- tion 1913 Feb. 5, Columbia Ltg., Co. lights for January Feb. 12, Rollin Hurt, rent of office to Board of Trustees Mch,, 4, Adair Co., News, printing to date (acct. tiled) Mch. , 4, Columbia Lighting Co., lights for February Mch., 4, O. P. Willis, serv- 30 00 Tiiab h'ather Adam we believe Waited on good mother Eve, I will offer for service at the Co- The serpent waiting to deceive lumbia Fair Grounds, Prince, a good Stallion, at the low fee of Caused a waiting world bo grieve. combined $10.00. For particulars see George And sbill this waiting world wags on Coffey. With its weary, waiting throng, t. John Goff. Harking to the siren song 24-l- Resolutions of Respect. Whereas: The Great and Supreme Ruler of the Universe has in His infinite wisdom removed from among U3 our beloved 3ister, Lucy Trabue, and, Whereas: the long and intimate relations held with her in the discharge of her duties in this school makes ib eminintly befitting that we should record our appreciation of her, therefore: Resolved : That the sudden removal of such a "life from among us leaves a vacancy that will be deeply realized by the members and friends of the school, and will prove a loss to the commu- Of 12 07 88 44 brighter days e're long. Base Ball. The base ball season was opened here last Friday afternoon, the Middleburg n team being here to engage the club. The weather was rather cool for playing, bub the games were called just the same. The first meet was Friday at 3 p. m., Middleburg at the bat, but the boys made but little progress throughout the contest, and the game closed 14 to 3 in favor of the Lindsey-WilsoThe features of the game were the timely hitting of "Cheif Myers" Lewis and consistent hitting of English Lind-sey-Wilson. ices as street supervisor Mch., 5, Geo. Coffey, serving notice on 4 trustees for special meeting Mch., 12, Rollin Hurt, rent of room for Board of Trus- 30 60 1 00 tees meeting Mch., 18, Sandusky Bros., Acct., from Nov., 1913 to 6 00 Campbellsville 23-2- Manufacturing Co., Campbellsville, Ky., or we will manufacture your wool as you direct. m Aid From Government. Feb., filed) 28, 1914 (account G 72 Business Meeting at Church. the Baptist There is important business to be attended to at our regular meeting aexb Wednesday night, April 15th. The entire membership is urged to be present. O. P. Bush, Pastor. Mrs Salhe Wilkinson, of near Glen-villthis county, exhibited, at this olllce, last Friday, a large checked flax linen handkerchief, which was made by her grand mother one hundred years ago. It has been well preserved, and the work shows that the maker was a skilled weaver. It is perhaps the oldest piece of linen or any other kind of cloth in Adair county. It was made in North Carolina e, and brought to this county eighty years ago. For replenishing o f streams and fields the State will get this year 14,000,000 fish 100 pairs of Hungarian partridges. 21 Deer have already been placed i n reserves i n the mountain district. The Government will even up mat ters this year, and Kentucky will get her share. The Fish and Game Commission are unable to find a State in the Union that will let go of any "Bob Whites" Anyone wishing feed for your quails can get seed from Fish and Game Com mission, Frankiort,. Ky. Its of no harm to the land and furnishes food and cover. The Legislature did not take from, nor add too in any way any laws pertaining to fish and game. But after 70 days of toil they made it unlawful for Lodging Houses to furnish sheets less than ninety-nin- e inches and two to a bed. T. I. Smith: Kentucky Total credits DEBITS. 1914 $429 40 and Squires. Jan., Cash and checks received in settlement with 5 Geo.- - Coffey, tax collector Feb., 6, License paid by G. W. Lowe for moving picture show Feb., 20, License paid by Palmer & Larue for show Mch., 28. Standard Oil Co., ' license Batteries Lewis and Sullivan for Lindsey; I. Wesley, Sandidge, Jones, $161 55 Compton and Weddle, for Middleburg. Struck out by Sullivan 15 by Jones, Compton and Weddle 6. Umpire 30 00 10 00 10 00 Total Debits RECAriTULATION. 1914 $211 55 Reed The second game, on Saturdaj afternoon, was like the first, only a little more so, and it closed 10 to 0. fore. The features of the game were the In waiting sensational pitching by Young, and To board the hard hitting by the home boys. o,er. "Dago" Lewis kept up his sacrifice wait on Pisgah's heighb With fair Canaan just in sight, Lingering, fear to take their flight, Not knowing where they may alight. Poor mortals, all both grave and gay, Await some glorious happy day, Though few pursue the narrow way, For all, like sheep, have gone astray. Blooming youth awaits the time When they arrive at manhood's prime With gilded castles all sublime, Of visions worldly or divine. Yet time and tide refuse to wait For pauper, priest or potentate, And all our boasted wise or great Await one sure decree of fate. An aged man did thus reply; I'm waiting, and I'll tell you why. I'm old, he added with a sigh, And only waiting now to die. And waiting on the silent shore Are those, who having crossed be.While some who nity. Resolved: That her devotion, counsel, and faithfulness will be held in Jan hitting throughout the game. 4 grateful rememberance. Resolved: That with deep sympathy with the bereaved sisters and relatives of the dead, we express our hope that this loss may be overruled for gcod by Him who dceth all things well. Resolved: That a copy of these resolutions be sp.ead upon the records of our school; a copy furnished the Adair County News and a copy furnished to the bereaved sisters. now are millions more Mrs. N M. Tutt, the bark that rowed them Mrs A. D. Patteson, W. A. Coffey. J. T. Jones, Committee for Baptist Sunday Columbia, Ky. School, Columbia, Ky. Balance on hand Total receipts 1914 $2961 01 211 55 3172 56 429 40 16 Disbursements 6, Apr., $2743 Balance on hand Respectfully submitted, Jno. W. Flowers, Treasurer. Won Second Prize. To Ttustees. Bishop G. M. Matthews, of Dayton, Ohio, will be at Columbia about May the 17th to look after the interest of Mr. James Holladay, who lives a If any trustees have not received the United Brethren church, and will few miles from Columbia, represented the census blanks for this month, they remain here for a few days. Watch Georgetown College in an oratorical will please uotify me at once. I have plenty to furnish. the News for the exact date. contest at Winchester last week. Tobias Hnffaker, Supt. A. W. Whitten. were a number of entries, Mr. Mr. J. B. Barbee and family will arrive from Louisville this week and w.ll remore into their home on Greens-bur- g street. Mr. C. M. Herriford, is now occupying the residence, who will remove to Mrs. Johnson's property, nearly opposite the home of Mr. G. There Holladay winning second prize. It was an honor his relatives and friends highly appreciate. "Jim," as he is familiarly called, is full of vim, ambitious, and is" certain to make his mark in the world. His speech will be published next week. F. Stults. )? Tire alarm was sounded from J. W. Morrison's residence, near the roller mill, last Wednesday. About a regiment of men, with buckets, started to the scene, to learn before reaching it, that ib was only the burning out of a flue. Why do you wear your shoes so long without repair? Don't you know it is cheaper to repair them than to buy new ones? You can get them repaired at T. G. Rasner & Son. They have gone to the expense of fixing up a first class shop. Trying to put in good machinery as far as they are able, If you want to help this business grow We learn from Rev. A. Whitten to them your that work on the United Brethren don't forgettry shovetreat you work. They will to with church will commence in a very short courtesy and with the lowest price time. The foundation was put down possible. Don't forget to help them last fall. The church will not be in all kinds of work. large, but a very attractive edifices. Mr. C. M. Herriford, representing E. F. Collin's barn R. Spottswood & Son, Lexington, 2 and 1G acid, at $1,00 bought, last week, a boundary of timfertilizer, per hundred, cash. ber from Mr. Wm. Conover, near G. W. Collins. The timber White Oak, for 23-will be cut and worked on the boundary. Mr. S. W. Beck has sold his resCall and see my new stock of Kitch idence on Bomar Heights, to Mr. J. W. Walker. Consideration, private. en Sinks and Steel water Tanks and Possession will be given in a very Pumps of all kinds. b S. F. Eubank. ' short time. I have for sale at T. 10-0-- Nice, new three room cottage for Dr. W. F. Cartwright. rent. Mr. Ed Franklin and Mr. Creed soldiers, have Hood, pensions. been granted $3-80- 4t -- AprSH a daughter; weight, 9 pounds. Born, to the wife of Robert Murphy, 22-3- Lewis and Young for CampField day at Lindsey-Wilso- n Lindsey; Sandidge, I. Wesley, Wedus Friday, May 8. An interesting dle and Compton for Middleburg. Struck out by Young 11 By Wed- program will be pulled off. dle 0. By Compton 2. Baptist Social. Hits off Young 2. Hits off Compton and Weddle 11. Umpire Reed. The visiting club will make ready The meeting of the members of the for another meet some time during the Baptist Church, in the Parlor Circle Hall last Wednesday evening, had but season. one object in view to become better acquainted and to spend a few hours Easter Hunt in social enjoyment. A large number gathered and the evening was very Last Sunday afternoon immediately much enjoyed by all present. after Sunday School at Tabernacle the There were music, instrumental crowd marched to a grove near the and vocal, recitations, etc. Refreshchurch yard where they spent a very ments were served, and to say that enjoyable evening, there being some- every body was sorry when the breakthing near two hundred eggs hidden ing up hour arrived, is not making too in the grove. Mrs. Minnie Harmon strong a statement. Church socials, found the "Golden Egg." The first in our judgment, redown to good, and prize was a nice box of chocolate cand. the oftener members of a religious That this Easter liunb will be long by body come together, the broader will remembered by all who were present, be the work, as the exchange of ideas and we hope to spend many more opens up larger duties to be accomplished. easters at old Tabernacle. Last Sunday afternoon Miss Stella Eld. H, Clay Smith, of Louisville, Antle gave an Easter Egg Hunt, thirty-sen League, ven representing the young people being present. two strong addresses in Co- Two prizes were awarded, the first delivered lumbia last Sunday. The first was in a box of candy, being given for the the forenoon and at the Christian prettiest colored egg, was won by Church, special music being furnished. Miss Mattie Keltner; the second, also The evening address was delivered at a box of candy, was received by Miss the Methodist Church. Upon each oc- Ira Coffey and Mr. Wyatt Smith for casion the houses were crowded, the finding the largest number of eggs. speaker receiving the cloesb attention. The souvenirs of the occasion were He stated that the cause he represent- miniature d lilies. ed was in dead earnest, and that in a See Solomon McKinley before very few years the saloon would be fertilizer. He has the right wiped from the State of Kentucky and from the nation. Quite a sum of kinds and is selling cheap for cash. aiso 22-money was given to the cause. Batteries Anti-Saloohand-paintebuy-ingjo3t Tickets on sale at Pauli Drug Cc. Splendid Recital. Last Friday night, at Lindsey Wilson chapel, Miss Mary Chandler gave her graduation recital in Expression to a large and appreciative audience. Her program was composed of selections of every style, each of which she rendered in a faultless manner. Miss Chandler possessses remarkable talent and to this has been added careful training and a charming personality, making her appearances upon the stage always a delight to her hearers. Huf-fake- r, She was assisted by Miss Nellie who entertained the audience two piauo solos. with Both young ladies have been much and justly praised for their splendid entertainment. The Grinstead Poultry Company, of this place paid out, last week, '24,553 for chickens, eggs, etc. Adding to this the houses in adjoining counties paid out sums, the total summing $25,000. The largest check paid to one man by the house here was $1,400.44. Three men were paid $3,200. Onaccounbof bhe school entertainThursday ment ab the Courb-housniffht. the Parlor Circle will nob be open. The shows this week will be Friday night and.Saburaay nignc e, ur Mr. Clinb Smith bought the stock of groceries which were owned by R. L. Mr. Smith will conduob a Robinson nnrT ctnm nrid restaurant ab tha same stand. t 2 THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS sion Bureau in Washington, and during these long years I have in Heaven. been headquartered at various Remarks: Never in the histoplaces, and traveled thousands ry of Kentucky has there been a of miles in the discharge of my array of Spiritual talent official duties. better 8:30 p. m. J. T. Henderson-Treas- ures SPRING -- 1914. best in 4 week. A. soldier served in a new York The music will be led by Rev. owner of 27 nickel stores, who will E. W. Coakley, of Nicholasville, regiment, and was a pensioner e speak each day during The Campbells-vlllwhen he died in Canada, a few Ky. years ago. His widow filed Bible Institute, and who will spend We invite all of our brethren claim, alleging and proving her till May 10th in Russell Creek Associaand sisters in Russell Creek As- marriage to him in Toronto, in tion going from church to church. sociation and adjacent associa- 1872, and also stated that neither tions to come with us. You can- she nor soldier, had been previously married, and she furnot afford to miss. If you are coming to remain nished the affidavit of a brother Of Bible Institute to be Held Campbellsville Bap over night do not fail to write us of the soldier showing non-primarriage, and upon this show1914. tist Church April 18-a card. It is said that country ing her claim was allowed, and people will not attend things in things went smoothly for five Darville, The Master Needs Friday, April 17. j town. Let s show them such is years. Men. 7:30 p. m. H. L. Watts, travelnot true. Bro. Duke and some But alas! One day the bureau 11:10 a. m. Dr. J. W. Porter ing shoe salesman, Winona, of the pastors of Russell Creek received the application of a The Design of Baptism. Ser-- The B. Y. P. U. Its Miss., Association will spend from April woman in Trenton, New Jersey, mon on the Blood. origin ancl purpose. 24th till May 6th going from alleging that she was the lawful widow of said soldier, and gave 8:15 p. m. Dr. E. M. Poteat, Lunch. church to church. his service and date of her marPresident Furraan Univers1:15 a. m. President J. T. HenLast, but not least, we are to riage to him in 1868 in Philadelity, Greenville, S. C. derson, Sec. Layman's Mis- have a g at Camp phia, and stated that they had sionary Movement, Southern bellsville May Saturday, April 1&. 9th and 10th with separated in 1870, when he went Baptist" Convention, Bristol, 7:30 p. m. P, L. Watts The Bro. Duke to address us, and his to Canada, and after passing a Va. Layman Four Square. World's Greatest Need. in the great work in few letters they lost sight" of each other. But she had learned 2:15 p. m. Dr. H. L. Winburn 8:15 p. m. Dr. E. M. Poteat. Texas, that princeof laymen, M. of hie death, and gave the exact Seeking the Kingdom. Sunday, April 19. H. Wolfe. Mr. Wolfe is a cotdate which had been alleged in 9:30 a. m. H. L. Watts Five 7:15 p. m. Dr. H. L. Winburn ton exporter, and deals with men claim of the pensioner. The Lordship of Jesus. Great Things. all over the world. These two A special examination was or8:15 p.m. H. Z. Duke "My men 10:15 a. m. Dr. B. H. Dement, king- dered to' determine which,, if love the Lord and his Experience of Grace." Professor Sunday School Peddom enough to come to tell what either, of said women, should be Wednesday April 22. agogy South Baptist Theogreat things God has done for recognized, as the lawful widow 10:11 a. m. J. T. Henderson logical Seminary Train Up them. It looks like we ought to of soldier. The claim first went into the hands of the examiners Some of the a Child. at least think enough about it to' in New York City, who saw and Gospel. 11:12 a. m. Dr. E. M. Poteat. give time to hearing them. took testimony in the contesting, 11:12 a. in. Dr. J. W. Gillon, Lunch. Campbellsville Church' invitee claim, and made out a strange State Sec. Missions of Tenn. 115 p. m. H. Z. Duke, Layyou here brethren. Lunch on case in her favor and she furThe Unjust Steward. man, Deacon, Owner and the ground each day, and free nished a picture of the soldier, Manager of 27 nickle stores, Lunch. entertainment while here. If which came to my hands with What would you be worth the papers for the purpose of 1:15 p. m. Dr. M. F. Hunt, you are interested in t seeing the pensioner and brother to Christianity if all your and of your Association, your church Pastor Twenty-Secon- d of the soldier residing in Toronproperty should be taken Walnut St. Church, Louis- and the edification of ycur own to Canada. from you to day, etc. ville. Four Degrees in the heart and the salvation of your I called upon: the pensioner and 2:15 p. m. H. L. Watts. Christian Life. A Lodge children and your neighbor's the brother of the deceased sol2:45 p. m. Dr. E. M. Poteat. Sermon. presented the dier, and firs children, we invite you p. m. H. Z. Duke-Yo- ung 7:30 2:15 p. m. Rev. W. E. 'Hunter,. and show it by your presence. picture for identification,, and Man be Strong. Somerset Fallen Angels. in crowds each replied promptly that it was Let's make p. m. Dr. E. M. Poteat. 2:50 p. m. J. T. Henderson-So- me any political gathering eer had the picture of the late husband of pensioner- Monday, April 20. Home Problems. in Taylor county. I then tools, the sworn, state- 10:00 a. m. J. T. Porter, Leb7:30 d. m. Dr. M. P. HunL. C. Kelly. saent of each, separate and anonHearing the Word. Deepening of the Christian .apart, and and the brother of 10:35 a. m. Dr. B. H. Dement Clears Complexion Removes Skin soldier who. had made an affiLife. The Will of God Real in Our 8:30 p. m. H. Z. Duke How I Blemishes marriage davit of the- non-priLives. Make Came to Give all-Why go through life erabarrassesi of soldier frankly stated that he 11:10 a. m. H. Z. Duke Nineand disfigured with pimples,, eruptions- (knew of the first marriage in Above the Cost of Living. blackheads, red rough skin,, or suffer- 1868, and of the separation, but teen Years Tithing. Thursday, April 23. ing the tortures of Eczema, itch, tet- could not explain his affidavit in Lunch. 10:00 Dr. M. D. Early, Stan ter, salt rheum. Just ask your drug-ei- which he had stated the non-prifor Dr. Hobson's Eczema Oint 1:15 p. m. Dr. H. L. Winburn, marriage. ford. Place and Power of ment. Follow the simple suggestions Church, Pastor Walnut St. pensioner disclaimed any the Holy Spirit. Mr, H. Z. Duke, than this program affords. Every man on it has agreed to come. A number ofpastors from over the State have signified that they will come just to reap the benefit of such a meeting. Men pay their way across the continent to Conventions that do not afford anything better. -I- The mission of a special examiner, is to seeK the facts in each Every floor is teeming with the newest and claim sent him by the commissioner, who sets forth on a reference slip the points at issue, and on which further evidence is Stocks tip the Acme of Excellence wanted. For example, I will detail some of the points involved RUGS, CARPETS, DRAPERIES and WALL in a claim I investigated this Vie Wall and Floor Coverings of Dallas Texas, PAPER with each other for Early Recognition The Best news of all are our Low Prices, fixed by an Economical Organization, Centrally Located, yet re moved from the high rent district. Hubbuch Bros., & Wellendorff Incorporated 3PROGKRAIVX at 23, 522 and 524 West MarketlSt. or For more than Thirty Years, Louisville's Leading Carpet ana Rug House. (T home-comin- co-labo- rer NOBLE PEACOCK One of the best sons of the Grand Old Sire, Jordan Peacock, will make the season of 1014 at Grady ville, Ky., and will insure a colt for the Low Price of $10.00. NOBLE PEACOCK has proven himself to be the Best Breeder in Southern Kentucky. His get last year wore the blue tie over every other horse colt that was shown at the Columbia Fair, as those who were there and saw that beautiful little Chestnut Missie that I paraded in front of the Grand Stand that made the other colts take a back seat and sit down till the little Missie graduated is evidence that NOBLE is the Best Breeder, and there were a number of colts by some of the noted horses of the country. Some of them were sired by stallions that made the season at $25, and there were two in the lot 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. 15J 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 bree'ding, by Jourdan Peacock, No. 1148, by Peacock 498, by Blue Jeans No. 3. Jourdan's dam, Lena Rivers, 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. by-produ- cts the-uplif- to-com- e this-surpas- s S-3- 0 t- - or - st or The Unique Place and Power of the Scriptures. 2:15 p. m. Dr. J. W. Porter, Louisville Editor Western Recorder-Exposi- tion and your skin worries are over. Mild, soothing, effective. Excellent for 10:40 a. m. J. T. Henderson. Urgency of the Situation in babies and delicate, tender skin. Stops chappiag. Always helps. Relief or Other Lands. money back. 50c. Recommended by Ad. Paull Drug Co. 11:20 a. m. Dr. J. W. Dillon. The knowledge, of a former marriage, Book of James. 7:30 p. m. Jno. H. Chandler, Paying the Rent. able. A Par- Twenty Years Ago. and appeared greatly distressed. However, she had no testimony to offer in rebuttal of the contentions of wife number one. This is only one among many such cases. Louisville "Efficiency." Lunch. 1:15 p. m. Dr. M. P. 8:30 p. m. J. W. Porter s Dan- gers and Safe-guard- to the 21. Modern Home. Tuesday, April 10:09 a. m. H. W. McNeely, Deacon and Merchant, Tenn., Trail of the Or-lind- a, Rnhbers. Cook,' 10:30 a. tn. Dr. C. V. Hunt. Editor News: The Supreme Goal of the finds me at Port Elgin, Ontario, Canada, a small Christian Life. city on the shores of L'ake Hu2:15 p. m. Dr. J. W. Gillon ron, some 200 miles northwest of Value of Buffalo, New York. 3:00 p. m. Round Table J. T. Wandering" back in memory Henderson. over the gulf of years, I find it 7:30 p. m. H. Z. Duke Lay- will be twenty years ago toman as Evangelists. morrow since I entered the Pen To-nig- ht Co-operation. . Port Elgin, Ontario, 3, 27, '14. district is composed of Western New York, and northwestern Pennsylvania, and the Province of Ontario, Canada is a great country. I have been favorably impressed with her people and is well and substan: tially built, and would compare favorably with any city. N. B. Miller, Buffalo, New York. My I 3 JACKS. s Jacks at $10.00 to insure a I will stajid 3 Jacks, all black mare with foal. These are all 'fir3t-clawith 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 removed from the neighborhood. Pasture 10c per day or Respectfully, feS at cost of feed. first-classs N W. L. GRADY. . JJ THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS irir ATiy-tjxM-y -r i Jv, i 'fil x ! lit i1. d Mi Our Best Offer The Biggest Combination Bargain of Standard Publications Ever Offered Here is the Offer 1 year $1.00 The Adair County News I year 1.00 The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Farm and Fireside, lyear .50 Household Journal & Floral Life, mthly..l year - .25 Poultry Husbandry, monthly 50 Magazine, monthly 50 semi-month- ly To-Da- y's Our Special Bargain For AH Six, Each One Year Only. A tr I I fX V We consides this Hie biggest, and best bargain we have ever been able to offer our readers. Our own publication heads the list. The other FIVE have millions of readers and are too well known to need a further introduction. Please remember our contract with the publishers is limited and this offer may be withdrawn at any time. Take advantage now while the opportunity is yours and you will not regret the investment. If you are already a subscriber to any of the above your subscription will be extended one year from time it expires. Call or mail all orders to Death may our hearts appall, Boy Character. administration four years, and Yet 'tis the door to realms of since that time has placed under endless rest, It is the greatest delusion in i arrest scores moonshiners, boot Where kindred spirits blest, the world for a boy to get the Aggers aud other violators of wait ever more. government laws. He has idea that his life is of no conse-jth- e Death, death seems a cruel foe, quence and that the character of been in some close places and Filling the world with woe. it will not be noticed, A manly, his experiences have been harDark is the tomb, but kindred truthful boy will shine like a rowing. He has proven himself dust shall rise: fearless officers star in any community. A boy one of t Light from the parting skies may possess as much of noble ever working in this section of breaking the gloom. character as a man. He may so the country. Trust, trust to the Savior's love, speak and so live the truth that Wise was temporSoon we shall meet above, do there will be no discount on his arily to the position the first of not despair, word, and there are such noble, the year, but recently received Our loved ones surely wait, Christian boys, and wider and notification of the appointment Close by the Pearly Gate, deeper than they apt to think is of a succesor. Wait for us there. their influence. They are the Mr. Wise has not decided as A Friend. king boys among their fellows, yet as to what line of work he having an immense influence for will engage in. but states that in Look to Your Plumbing good, and beloved and respected all probability he will remain in You know what happens in a house in which the plumbing is in poor con- because of the simple fact of liv- Bowling ditioneverybody in the house is lia- ing the truth. Now, dear boys, The Regional Rank. ble to contract typhoid or some other do be truthful, keep your word fever. The digestive organs perform the same functions in the human body as absolutely sacred and ever be It is difficult to believe the foreas the plumbing does for the house, remindful of the scripture's cast from Washington concernand they should be kept in first class teachings, such as: "thou shalt condition all the time. If you have ing the location of the Regional any trouble with your digestion take not lie," "neither shalt thou acChamberlain's Tablets and you are swear falsely against thy neigh- Banks, and more difficult to cept the territorial divisions as certain to get quick relief. For sale , ! ! the-mos- ; Green.-EdmontonNe- ws. The Adair County News, WMAWWA.m"rA'WA Columbia, Ky. K3 by Paull Drug Co. A Ad. bor." Keep your appointments at the Historical Church. outlined. Difficult to believe house of God. Be known for your fidelity to because jggjggigBBI There is an old brick church, located about nine miles from Greensburg and known as the Mt. Gilead Christian church, which keeps all of its simplicity, and visitors who come in and out can't keep their minds from wandering back into the past and thinking of the struggle of its early days, for it lived through "wartimes." ' There are only a few left who can tell you of these times, but they enjoy talking of the days when the very "best" of the adjoining counties attended services at this place driving or riding miles to do so. There are none of the old members left and the congregation is very small, The church is very much in need of repair. The young people of the community are endeavoring to repair and keep it just as it was in the old days and if possible, to employ a pastor, who will revive the church as well. They are beginning a series of entertainments, the first to be given at Mt. Gilead, Saturday night old-fashion- Obituary. On the night of April 1914, the interests of the church and Sunday School. Be true to every friendship. Help others to be and do good. BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels off, and is neither useful nor ornamen the 1st, at the midnight hour, the ed Respectfully, Willie Wheat. Cough Medicine for Children Too much care cannot bee used in selecting a cough medicine for children It should be pleasant to take, contain no harmful substance and be most effectual. Chamberlain's Cougli Remedy meets these requirements and is a favorite with the mothers of young children every where. For sale Ad by Paull Drug Co. tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but Silver Seal Paints Finishes, Stains and Varnishes And they will cost you 259o less than other high grade brands. Tell us your paint needs today and we will send you our PAINT BOOK free. It gives prices and other valuable information. Kentucky Paint ME'g Company, (Incorporated) 513 W. Market LOUISV1LL KY. if 0. G. HARDWICK, Pres. J. H. COCKE, V. Pres.' R. I). DIETZMAN, Sec I W. T.Pyne Mill & Supply -- Co. ESTABLISHED 186! WILlLiWIGHTS . DEALERS-- t INCORPORATED 1889- - ffiACHirliSTS 1 JM ENGINES, BOILERS, 1301 TtflRTeeNTft-MftlN, GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS SAW MLIS. SSSStSR LOtHSVILLe ri&ae s MOKE STACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Worh MS&B&Q JOBBING WORK SOLICITED -- 'f3sg020! "$ rrVtTZZ ImM - Ail Kinds of Machinery Repaired- J- -" 'X- -- pwg'i r. Utf nikUf b ONE Of BOURBON POULTRY 'Onlcklr relieve Mia. NArtMlfltin TMtinft. n.11 MP CURE lleve any ache in any Dart of tbe body iureen minutes tune. Jfriee 60c. JLt All ItruQQists. Free itnpls sad clrenlu sent ca reqceiU Yniir mnnmr TMinnmntf sra. Sore Mna 1 I A1 fl A H A .11 nnn1AlllA hcic if it f fiilit to t"e- - inl .342 BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. East Main St., Lexington, Ky., SeSeK down a chick's throat cures gapes. A few drops In the drinking water cures and prevents cholera, diarrhoea and other chick diseases. One 60c bottle makes 12 gallons of I keep on hands a full stock of medicine At all druggists. Sample and booklet on "Dis coffins, caskets, and robes. also keep eases oi t'owis" sent FREE. Bourbon Ret&& 'Co. leungtoa, death angel came to the home of Mrs. Montra Rosenbaum, and claimed for its own their only daughter, Ella. She had been an invalid from early childhood, but about ten or eleven days before her death, she was stricken with pneumonia, and her dear little frail body was not strong enough to endure the ravages of that dread disease, and God relieved her of her suffering by taking her to him to dwell in that beautiful land where her dear father, whom she loved so well, was waiting to welcome her. But 0! how mother, brother and the one who has been as a kind and loving sister to her for so many years, will miss her! Always when they came in from some household duty, or when brother came in from work, dear little Ella was patiently waiting, and how they loved to smooth her hair, rearrange her pillows, or do something to make Ella more comfortable. But to the ones who loved her so, we will say; look to the One Who soothes all aching hearts, and he will help you to bear this grief. Ella has gone to that bet" ter land where sickness and sorrow nor death ever come, and we'll never again say good-byElla Rosenbaum was was born November 23, 878. making her thirty-fiv- e years four months and eight days old when she peacefully closed her eyes in that slum-be- r from which to awaken on the e. 1 Health in Extreme Cold. Sir Ernest Shackleton affirms that during all the months spent in the extreme cold of the antarctic not one of his company suffered from a cold. No sooner, however, did their vessel reach a these forecasts indicate too great a deference to personal demands and far too little to existing business relations and activities. It appears that the interior cities are treated as mere pawns onthe financial chessboard. In order to sprve Richmond or Atlanta, the interior basin from the Alleghanies to the Mississippi, from the Ohio to the Gulf, is denied such a bank, and this comd section is pact and to be dismembered, cut up assigned arbitrarily and most to other districts in order to establish a mathematical equilibrium to justify the selection of another coast city. Louisville has no relation of the slightest consequence with Cleveland. As to St. Louis, it is both unwise and unjust to tack inter-relatere-mors- ely warmer latitude than every man on board was smitten with cat And "cold snaps" are arrh. even more costly in England To "than in the United States. builders, plasterers and many carpenters and joiners frost or snow means temporary unimploy-men- t. Shipbuilding, too, cannot April the 11th. This is a comon at low tempera- edy of four acts composed of be carried and when the mercury eight characters and entitled etures, . : :4. n t, tO ireezing yunit an cue "Old Maids Triumph." Admis- drops yards are idle. All waterside lasion 25c. A large crowd is exborers suffer by severe cold, and pected to conie and join in a good fishermen about the coasts affirm cause and to enjoy an evening of that frost drives the fish into pleasure. Any one who wishes deep water, It has been calcu to the cause or who to contribute ww - ,W con. in the Church can iai,CU, muu is interested tinued frost or snow in that counGandiff and she write Miss Hallie try means a million men idle and you and be glad to exwill thank a loss of wages which affects the society is trying plain what this whole trading and laboring Louisville onto that city. Chicago is the natural center for Louisville if the proposition to decen- ! tralize capital and credit is to be abandoned, as appears to be the case from today's forecast. The undetermined question today is whether Senator Hoke Smith, or the Controller of the Currency,Mr. Skeleton Williams, is to be recognized by the selec- tion of their "home town." On no other supposition, geographical, financial, commercial, or industrial, would it be considered possible to add Richmond to the li inA-ao- .w to do. Strrightsi It. J. A Wise Resign. ij Metallic Caskets, and Steel The Adair County News One Dollar a Year. Boxes and two hearses. Prompt; service night or Residence Phone 2P, office day. Phone 98. .5-- 1 I vr J. F. Triptett, Ad, Columbia, Ky. There is no "use of our "beating around the bush." We might as well out with it first as last. We want you to try Chamoerlain's Cough Remother shore. edy the next time you have a cough She was laid to rest Thursday or cold. There is no reason so far as afternoon in the Helm, cemetery we can see why you should not do so. by the side of he father who pre- This preyaration by its remarkable cures has geined a world wide reputaceded her seven years ago. tion, and people everywhere speak of Tears, tears, bitter tears may it in the highest terms of praise," It Ad is for sale by Paull Drug Cn. N list of favored coast cities, or Put aside New Orleans, Memphis and Louisville as an interior capital, to make way for Atlanta.' The objection to the whole scheme as outlined is that it is unnecessarily disturbing, revolutionary, if you please.The 'bill as it stands, under the best interpretation, contains enough new fall. United States Deputy Marshal devices, experiments of doubtJ. A. Wise will vacate his posi- - ful effect, and arbitrary require- tion on the last day of March, ments necessarily costly; in. its and will be succeeded by Sam H. application it should permit comByars, of Elkton, who will as- merce to follow the lines of least sume his duties on April 1. resistance, instead of forcing it Deputy Wise was appointed into new and unnatural channel., Deputy Marshal under the Taft Louisville Post. U V r 'THE 'ADAIR COUNT' NEWS IKE years and that it will prove the the beginning of better public conditions. There is ample eviPublished Every Wednesday dence that our magistrates will BY TEE both from him County News Company. handle the situation progressive an economic and ( Incorporates.) 9tand uoint. Indebtedness and CHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. the growth of pauper claims prevented the initial step from beDemocratic newspaper devoted to the of ot the City of Columbia and the people ing taken in the betterment Adair and adjacent counties. public roads. This trouble, tb some extent, will be out of the d as atered at the Columbia class mall matter. way next year and then you will see the beginning of the beginWED. APRIL 15, 1914 ning in roads. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS om u O Smart Spring Garments $9.95 $15.00 $19.75 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. ArH Hio hicr cnt.icfnp.tnrv n r vn n t n crp In O In 3 de Equals 25 Write foratrial package of Bee Dee STOCK & POULTRY MEDICINE, also our 32 page, illustrated book, lulhr explaining its uses. Address: Bee Dee Stock Medicine Company. A startling statement but a true one in this case. One teaspoonful 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 torik: (price 25 cents) . There you are I If you don't believe it, try it out 1 Buy, today, a can of ln-U- Nt O hlivinir liprp. 1q thfi crronf. ma 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 charges, as we make no charge for alteration It's to vour interest to see the exceptional values we offer at 39 95 $15.00 "RPP Wgc tg Clunges feed into tonic TP ST0CK & POULTRY MEDICINE Makes Chattanooga, Tenn. it rejalt-proJaciB- j. 25c, 50c and SI. per can. At your dealer's. P. B.3 Post-offl- ce sec-E- and $19.75. Spring Lace Curtains. It's not by aceident that we have built up our immense Curtain business. It is due simply to keeping faith with the public and giving more for your dollar than you get elsewhere. You will need Curtains a little later if not now. Why not buy now while selection is best? Yeu will be delighted at the beauty of the patterns, the sterling quality and with the low prices at which we offer them. The Curtains we offer for $1.98 are unAt Orfc we show twenty styles. You will find them unusuall attractive in design questionably the best in quality and the and the quality the best to be had at richest in patterns ever offered at this the price. You will find them a price. In this line you will find English bargainfor The Curtains we offer for 1.50 are sure Nottingham, Marie Antoinette and Cable to appeal to all who want moderate price Net Curtains in such an array of pretty Curtains. The patterns are not ordinary patterns that you are sure to find the Curand are shown in a range sufficiently large tain you want. You will find qualities in to meet all requirements. The quality this lot equal to many priced by other 1 CA stores for $3.00, Our price is the best ever offered only Locust Grove Stock Farm For the Season of 1914 will offer for Public Service, Ball Chief 3806, A.S. H. R. at 1 In another column will be found the program of the Bible Institute to be held at the Bap- tist Church, Campbellsville, April 18 to 23rd. The many subjects covering every point of Christian work will be discussed by some of the ablest and most consecrated men in the entire country. The subjects, the inspeakers and the vitation overflowing with brotherly love will undoubtedly prove a great blessing to every one who will attend. Such rare treats of Christian fellowship and spiritual uplift, come to but few sections. If you fail to read the program, you will doubtless : fail to grasp the real importance ; frof the meeting and its real worth -to. this associotional district, that needs so much to be stirred , tip to do its duty, and to wield the power and the prestige its resources and opportunities big-hearted The vote on the toll question will not come up for several weeks. The advocates for repeal will carry their point. Those who are against the repeal should read the speech of Henry Cabot Lodge, the greatest Republican of them all. QQi JOL $25.00 to Insure a Living Colt. 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 feet and legs. He is nicely broken and gaited, and goes all his gaits in a most attractive manner. is a rich 1 $1.98 DESCRIPTION: BALL CHIEF, in color The disturbance in Mexico goes on fighting every few days, Gen. Villa invariablycom-inout on the top. There will be no peace in that country until a few of the leaders have been killed. Privates are being g O D Curtain Drapery in Lace and Scrim in plain White, Arab and Colors, the kind that is used so much at the present day. Special values . at 50c, 39c, 25c. IDe and 10c M.J. GATHOF & BR.O. 424 West Market SI. Betveen 4th & 5th. O Louisville, Ky. slain by the thousands. Mr. John C. C. Mayo is reported better. The daily papers say that the transfusion of a pint of blood from a brother into the system of the sick man, may oc OE v IO . 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. and is in every way wors He has proven himself a breeder of high-clas- thy of your careful consideration. i save his life. Per- 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. st. dam Authalia Thompson 13038, by Ottawa 232, 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 81. 1 afford. As individuals, Extracts from New Road Law taining to State Aid we all Section No. 5. need a real awakening, a stirring that will produce living, lasting results. As a congregation of churches, the Russell Creek Association needs to be shaken from center to circumference. It has responsibilities it fails to see and opportunities to accom plish so much that it will be lamentable should this meeting fail to awaken the interest plainly discernable in the range of subjects and speakers announced. Beside the spiritual uplift, apart from receiving a broader, clearer vision of life, living and duty, a meeting of the brethren, the social part, will more than repay the worry of the trip. Not only is this gathering a harvest for Baptists, but it will prove a blessing to every one who attends and has at heart the good of humanity and the spiritual uplift of himself. Read the program and make your arrangements to attend. The April term of the Fiscal Court was held last week but so far as we know nothing out of the ordinary was enacted. A large part of the time was given to the hearing and allowance of claims the pauper list being the burden of the county. The Court made its levy as follows: 35c for general purposes and 15c for schools thus holding the levy to 50c. The levy of 35c was necessary to meet current expenses and to pay off the indebtedness ot the county which amounts to $2000.00 or more. No road levy was made, the county having sufficient money to meets its obligations and expenses on the roads for this year. A survey of the various members of the Court is bound to convince any man familiar with former bodies that our county did not suffer in the last election in securing competent men. To be plain and not to do an injustic to the ability of former Courts, we believe Adair County now has the strong- The money hereby set apart in the State Treasury to the credit of the State Road fund shall be apportioned among the several counties applying for State aid in the manner hereinafter provided, and the amount so proportioned shall be based on the amount of taxes levied and collected therein for the building and construction of public roads, and including the taxes collected from year to year to pay the interest on or create a sinking fund for any bonded indebtedness, which may hereafter be created by any county to construct or public roads, until such county shall receive from the State Road fund an amount of the moneys equal to one-haappropriated for building roads by said county whether the amount appropriated be from the sale of bonds or direct taxation. Provided that said sum shall be expended in constructing public roads under the direction of the Commissioner of Public roads. Sectian No. 6. It is further provived that any county voting bonds and expending the proceeds of same in building public roads under the direction of the lf Tie I HC Line Rakti, Stickers Hay Loaitrs HiT Preuet GRAIN AND HAY MACHINES Binders, Reapers Header, Mowers UNTIL you see the Weber and wagons, you cannot be 19 14 CORN MACHINES Shelters. Shredders TILLAGE PUnten, Pickers Binders, CuMrttors EniiUte Cotters Per, Sprint-T.itaid Disk Harrows h, Csltirators GENERAL LINE Oil and Gas Enrines Oil Tractors Manare Spreaders Cream Separators Motor Tracks Threshers Fara Waroni Grain Drills Feed Grinders Knife Graders Binder Twine built to the highest standards in every detail, are also The Only Fifth Wheel Farm Wagens on the Market The International fifth wheel (patent appliwi for) is worth a trip to tows to see. Because it prevents the pulling up or pitching or the front bolster, it is one of the best improvements ever put on the prm wagon, it mean no inore Dent ana oroken King 121 ns no more benT and broken cirole Iron's longer life for the wagon, and easier work for the. horses. See the International fifth wheel on Weber and uoiumDus wagons. If you will write to us, we will send you catalogues and information aoSnlt this and other Improvements on farm wagons and will tell you wheni'you may see the waeon3. lacorpor&tedj posted on the latest improvements on farm wagons. Weber and Columbus wagons, Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay full 6 hands high. 7 years old, he has the best of eyes, feet and legs, a beautiful head and neck, a very heavy well set tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He possesses extreme speed, style and action, and the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or handled. He has five distinct gaits; and goes them all in a most attractive manner. You will note from his breeding that he has for his sire the famous old Red Bird, who has perhaps sird as many s show 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 ever' 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 high-clas1 Marion. Marion is a black Jack with white points, 5 years old, 5 hands high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and ears. He has lots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features of a Jack. He has proven himself very sure and a most excellent breeder. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. 1 first-class International Harvester Company of America yiSVV'ii 35iI'TiTfcv New Albany HJh2?S3 Ctsjnploa ' IncL llilwaniee Os&orae .- DeeThg BfcCeralck Piano " "it1 ' 11 s t fl per cent of the amount collected for State Road fund. The amount of taxes upon which this apportionment is based shall include all districts and county road taxes and any tolls levied and collected for construction or of any hard surface rpadsof the counties applying for State Aid. Any balance remaining in the State Road fund after one year's apportionment shall be reCommissionor of Public Roads tained and included in the next may, in case the amount thus ex year's apportionment. pended exceeds the proportional Section No. 18. One-ha- lf of amount, said county may be able to secure from the State Road fund, then in that event, said county shall be entitled to receive from the State Road fund in sub- , A TRIBUTE. Resolutions upon W. the Death of GlensforK P. Phelps. prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a distance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, or fed at t$ 10.00. In aH cases money is due and must be paid when mares are bred to other stock, traded, parted with or removed from the neighborhood. AH 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 am Lodge No. 528, F. & A. M. A. S. Chewning, Columbia, Ky. Whereas, death has again visited our Lodge and taken from our midst Bro. W.P. Phelps, who died March 28, 1914. Resolved: That we as Masons, knowing that our Great Grand Master ruleth righteously in all things, bow in humble submission to His will. Resolved: That in the loss of 3&UMJ j I the costs of all roads built under the provisions of this act shall be paid out of the moneys set apart in the treasury of the state to the credit of the State Road fund and not otherwise appropriated. It is the purpose of this act that the State shall pay one-haand of the cost of f the county all construction or of all roads in which State funds are used. But no portion of of the cost of acquiring any unnecessary land or right of way, nor any part of any damages incurred, awarded or paid shall be paid out of the money contributed by the State. lf one-hal- sequent years such further amounts as will make the total amount received from said tund of the moneys equal to one-haexpended by said county under the direction of the Commissionor of Public Roads. Provided, that said county shall expend said funds thus secured in lf con-structi- ng and Brother Phelps the community has lost a good and upright citizen, his widow a devoted husband, our fraternity a true and upright brother Resolved: That we extend to the bereaved widow our tender-es- t sympathy in this her trying hour of bereavement and commend her to the Grand Architect of the Universe who is the widow's God. Resolved: That these resolutions be spread upod the minute book of our lodge, a copy be sent to the bereaved widow and' a copy to The Adair County News for publication. Fording the Universal recreation. The economical Ford is the pleasure car of thousands the. world over. It has made the motor car servant of all the people. It has given to the masses the freedom of the great run-about; out-of-door- ?. est Court it public roads. Provided, further that no one county shall receive has had for twenty in any one year more than two Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford the touring car is live fifty: the Detroit complete town car seven fifty-f.o.catalog and particuwith equipment. Get lars from The Buchanan Lyon Co., Incorporated, Campbellsville, Ky., agents for Taylor, Green andAdair counties. b. J. V. Dudley, Com, John A. Jones. t'riHJ ADAJLK COUNTY NEWS 5 hr Sale. One 151 hand mare mule, 8 years eld, well broken, good style. A. 0. Wheeler, Knlflley, Ivy. 19-fcf fiHfr"04Q"Q"frQ"6"fr4 Q"Q"Q"Q"6444$4i8$ 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- kuE AlflN6 POWDE & - i f X? "": ... Greatest Help. the Housewife's Mr T. F. Collins, of this place, who is a very successful gardener, exhibited at this ottice, one day last week, two Irish potatoes which he had selected from a lot he was preparing to plant. On one of the potatoes there were twenty young potatoes formed, and on the other there were eighteen. For Sale. One good 4 year old horse one good year old mule. Goff Bros II v light, flaky, fruit short cake or a delicate hot biscuit? Royal makes the perfect short cake, biscuit and muffin, and improves the flavor and healthfulness of all risen flour-food- s. and short cake more digestible and nutritious, at the same time making them more attractive and appetizing. Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for the preparation all the year round of perfect foods. 7"HAT so tempting to the laggard appetite as a 7 For Sale. have a three year old filly which I will sell. Broke to ride and drives well. I also have a fine young stallion indications of nearly one year old-a- ll fine saddler and driver. Both pera fectly sound. Parties who want good Joe M. Harris, ones see, I The Jeffries Hardware Store. I 6"Q"9"6"&"6"Q"86"Q8 Q"Q"8"Q"9"99"9"friQ"9"fr Columbia, Ky. It renders the biscuit, hot-bre-ad Newton Atwell paid his tine, $75.00, and was released from custody last Saturday afternoon, ne left for TayHis lor county where he will reside. family preceeded him several days. A What you want in paint is one that flows freely from the brush, that spreads evenly, but has enough body to stay spread. You can shut your eyes and tell from the feel of the brush, as you paint, that Card of Thanks. To our friends and neighbors, who so willingly and kindly came to our aid during the illness of our daughter and sister, which ended in death, we gratiwish to tender our heart-fel- t tude and thanks. A friend in need is a friend in deed. Mrs. Montra Rosenbaum and family. Local .Market. To-day. Hanna's Green Seal Paint smooth, elastic and tenacious. is You can feel it cling to the wood, and in after years you. can see it cling. full-bodied, Personals. Mrs. E. P Harris, after a pleasant visit to relatives and friends, left for her home, in Catlettsburg, last Fri- Mrs. Nannie Flowers, who was There is no secret about making good, durable paint. The formula is on every can quite sick several days of last week, is some better. Emma Myers, who visited Miss Edna Lewis, returned to her home in Glasgow, the first of the week. She was accompanied to the Junction by Mr. and Mrs W. R. Myers. .Mr. W. T. Ottley, who was sick last week, is able to be in town. Messrs II. A. Moss and V. O Moss, Greensburg, were here Monday. Miss f the Green Seal Faint. FOR SALE BY 'Bi- - Eggs Chickens Cocks Turkeys Geese Ducks vv.'. .S .": 13 IC Jeffries Hardware Store, day morning. Mr. J. E. Lane, of Glasgow, was If:': 13 O Columbia, Kentucky. - Mf9f here last Thursday. over from Mr. Hugh Noe came was, with his Campbellsville, and friends here last Thursday. Miss Mattie Sinclair, who has been confined to her room for several weeks, 'was down in town a few days ago. Mr.W. I. Ingram has returned from the Louisville and Cincinnati markets. Miss Ora Moss, Gradyville, visited in Columbia last week. She was accompanied to town by her father, Judge K. II. Moss. Mr. L. B. Smith, of Campbellsville, made a business trip to Columbia last Thursday. Mr. Luther Williams, Montpelier merchant returned from the Louisville market last Friday. Mr. R. E. Hatfield, Danville was here a few days ago. Mr. J. II. Young left last Friday for Somerset, to be absent several days. j 00 -- Dr. R. A, Jones, of Cincinnati, visited his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Jones, the tirst of the week. James Gilliam, an infant son of Mr. aud Mrs J. G. Eubank, is dangerously ill. Hammonds, one of Russell County's best citizens, whose home is at Russell Springs, was here Monday, en route to Louisville,' to consult a specialist. He was accompanied by his local physician, Dr. John D. Combest. Mr. Hammonds has been alllicted about six months. Mr. C. A. Mr J. Al'en Russell, who is running spoke mill at Craycraft, this county, a was in Columbia Friday, en route to Mr. Rushis home in Campbellsville. sell has been a reader of the News for several'years, and before leaving for his home he called at the office and had his subscription marked up for ' airs. T. R. Stults and Mrs Ewing twelve months. Stults visited a few days in Camp bellsville, last week. From that point Mrs. Ewing Stults left for her home, Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Tim B. Cravens are visiting relatives in Tompkinsville. Mrs. A. L. Mell, of Horse Cave, who fever, and on Thursday night 10 March,26,1914,a little son (dead) 18 was Wool spring clipping born unto her. 15 Hides (green) She was married to her hus40 Feathers 5 60 band only about six months ago Ginseng 25 a brief period indeed, in which Beeswax 2 7fi to enjoy conjugal felicity. Yellow Root May Apple(per lb) "Sid" as she was familiarly called, was a good Christian girl For Sale. and willing and ready to die. She Old Ruggies and Harness and two had been a member of the BapGoff Bros. farm Wagons, cheap. tist church for several years. She said to her husband, to whom Millinery. she was very much devoted some "RolMy stock of millinery goods is now time during her sickness. open.'- The ladies are cordially invit- lin" I love you, tut there is one ed to call see style and get prices. I love better than all and that is Mrs W. L. Russell, Kniiiey, Ky. Jesus. She asked him to pray 1m and she too prayed a beautiful Mr. R. L. Robinson, who took his prayer. This is and ought to be dp.nnrtnre Columbia, morn- . G .. ? BROWNIE Every-da- y Scenes at Home are easy to Preserve with a BROWNIE CAMERA So simple a child can make good pictures from the start so Efficient it satisfies Big Folks. No. 1 4 f Brownie - - $1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 jK ir "2 " " " 2a - "3 " - - -- Kodaks $6.00 up Murray Ball, Agt. Eastman Kodak Co. Columbia, Kentucky. staBBwsagti ht 4 9 - JHBB 23-- .!iaih:',''' I si,.i. iSViv'l. J JSSgai Additional Locals. Wanted. has been with her mother, who has been quite sick, but much better at Hoards, shingles, post and cull lumCasey Jones' Store. this writing, will leave for her home ber. to-da- y. her preacher exaggerated in the brothers. Indian Runner DucK Eggs for Sale. least, vhen he said "A more Written by her Cousin, perfect woman than she never Rosa B. Baker. 13 for 50c. If by Parcel Post 6c. lived." I have been with her so Lula Todd, extra. much and always found her the 23-4- t. one from simnnsp.il nnw t.n hp. in I a great consolation to i! rx Conrad, Montana, as he has ordered band and relatives. I his mail sent to that place. . inr inch wpot. WW ""O ww--, the hus don't think the husband, mother, sisters and t Columbia, Ky. same. Dirigo. 19 Acres land for sale with box. ' Better Than Gold" at the Court She was a daughter of the Mr. J. R. Luttrell, a prominent bushouse of 3 rooms, 1 miles from courthouse Thursday evening, April 1G. iness man of Font Hill, Russell coun- You will miss something if you fail to house. late S. R. Walker and is survivty, was here Saturday, accompanied be S. F. Eubank. there. ed by a husband, a widowed by Mr. M. L Shepherd, a prosperous farmer, same locality. Beginning the 10th of this month mother, five sisters and two Millinery. all mails secured at the Columbia brothers, besides a host of relaMr. Grover Grissom, who was quite Post-offic- e will have to be weighed,-ansick last week, is able to be out. to mourn her A superb showing of the latest and kept up for 60 days. While this tives and friends Mr. Paul Hughes came down from nobbiest ideas in spring and summer order is being carried out. the opening loss. All her sisters except Mrs. Central University, ranville, and Millinery. For Ladies, Misses and of mails will require a little longer E. L. Hamilton, of Alone, she spent Easter at home. He was accom- Childreu. Every thing is most thor- time. and at a very reasonpanied by Messrs. R. W. Gallaher, oughly being sick, were present at the Whatever is the newest Ra- able price. Owensboro, and R. L. Ramsey, T. G. Rasner & Son has installed a funeral and burial. leigh, I?. C , who are students of the you'll always find here. Everybody crew cutting engine lathe for turncordially invited. same institution. She will be greatly missed, ing of all metal. Mrs. Cleo H. Rogers, Misses Mary Lucy and Leonora not only by the husband and Greensburg, Ky. Peaches, pears and plums are not Lowe, who are attending Caldwell 22-family but the entire community. all killed in this locality. College, Danville, were with their par23-2- t. up-to-da- te Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Campbell, who have been sick for the past two months, are still in a precarious condition. Willie Bennett has removed to the house formerly owned by J. T. Bennett. 3 n K i WORKS WONDERS" 23-2- t. 4t ents, here, from Saturday until this morning. Miss Mallie Moss, Gradyville, spent severa days of last week in Columbia. Mr. W. M. Wilmore was in the Louisville market last week, and also visited his sons, at Lexington. Mrs. Ray Conover and Miss May Montgomery visited Mr. and Mrs. A. Jt. Feese, Cane Valley, a day or two lost week. Mr. J. F. Patteson is in the Louisville market this week. Mrs. James Holladay and Miss Mol-li- e Jeffries left Monday morning for Phil, to accompany the remains of iMiss Ellen Epperson to the home of 'themother of the deceased. Reduction Sale. From this date to May; 15th 1 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. 23-4- Rubber Tires Put On and teed. Guaran-Gof- f Bros. Obituary. Mrs. Sidna Kinnaird, devoted I). M. Moore.lGarlin, Ky. wife of Rollin Kinnaird, was born June, 6th, 1893, and died March, 28th, 1914, making her Attention Farmers! 20 years, 9 months and 22 days I sell the Read Brands of fertilizers. Prices range from 95 cents to $1.33 per old. This was a great shock to hundred pounds. I also have Potash her friends, as they thought her straight. Storage near Hobson ProShe had been sick for ed. duce House. See Hurt Bros , or my- better. 23-several weeks with" pneumonia Much sympathy is extended to . self. U. L.'.Antle. 4t Mrs. Mary McKinney and her daughter, Ellen, are very low with fever. Mrs. McKinney is about eighty years old and it is She had many friends, for to thought that her recovery is know her was to love her. Bro. doubtful. J. Scott spoke words and consoMr. and Mrs. Melvin Firquin, lation to the bereaved, after Amandaville, visited Mrs. 's which resting in a beautiful parent at this place last many flowers Sunday. white casket with , all that was mortal of our friend We have had several cold nights cousin was laid to rest in and and big frosts for the past few the cemetery at Leatherwood nights but still I hope that all of church, where an immense crowd the fruit is not killed. of people had gathered to pay their last respect to the departFir-quin- i piece of old doomed to end in a dark garret, can be restored to beauty and usefulness by a coat of MANY 'a PEE GEE RE-NU-L- AC quickly and adds to the life and appearance of floors, furniture, and woodwork Pee Gee is a Stain and Varnish combined made especially for beautifying homes RE-NU-L- It is easily applied, dries Pee Gee comes in 11 Natural Wood colors, White, Gold and Silver Enamel. All sizes RE-NU-LA- C PEASLEE-GAULBER- T INCORPORATES CO. LOUISVILLE. KY. li Manufacturers Pau II Drug Company, Columbia, Kentucky. 8 The Adair County News One Dollar a Year J 1 t f" I ywtat THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS rJE Daily Spring Laxative and Blood Cleanser ' From Missouri. Courier - Journal SO .00 a Year Flush out the accumulated waste and poisons of the winter months; Garrolton, Mch., 31st, 1914. cleans your stomach, liver and kidneys of all impurities. Take Dr. Editor News: King's New Life Pills; nothing betAs we have just been here a g ter for purifying the blood. Mild, laxative. Cures constipation short time I will try to write a makes you feel fine. Take no other. few lines. We left Adair coun25c. Recommended by Paull Drug -non-gripin- The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People Age has its attractions no less than youth In a more serene and quieter life. But It Is this very life of rest without sufficient exercise that brings with it those disorders that arise from inactivity. Chief of these are a chronic, persistent constipation. Most elderly people are troubled in this way, with accompanying: symptoms of belching, drowsiness after eating-headaches and general lassitude. Frequently there is difficulty of digesting even light food. Much mental trouble ensues, as it is hard to And a suitable remedy. First of all the advice, may be given that elderly people should not use Baits, cathartic pills or powders, waters or any of the more violent purgatives. What they need, women as well as men, is a mild laxative tonic, one that is pleasant to take and yet acts without griping. The remedy that fills all these requirements, and has in addition tonic , PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak;. X had spells wnen 1 coma hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but Lwas completely cured by W Co. Ad Sunday Courier Journal - Jack Chinn $2.00 a Year Best Natioual News sc i ty Mch., 18th. It was turning cold fast. We landed at Louisville at 9 o'clock and got right off for St. Louis at once, landing there at 8 o'clock next morning. Didn't stay there but a short time and started for Carrollton. It snowedand blowed all day. properties that strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of elderly people use, to the exclusion of all Trustworthy people like A. B. Tigrett. Oaklawn Farm, Newbern, Tenn., and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks, Paris, Ky., say they take it at regular intervals and in that way not only maintain general good health, but that they have not in years felt as good as they do now. You will do well to always have a bottle of it in the house. It 13 good for all the family. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular wav of a druggist at fifty cents or ono dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 405 "Washington St, Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. other-remedie-s. DR. KINO'S New Discovery Mrs. 50c AND J. E. $1.00 Cox, Joliet, 111. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY State News Local News XP tixmmMwmmMMmmmVifk MffilWrarai This well known Jack' wil make the season of 1914 at my i barn, near Milltown, and will be ti of Everything permitted to serve mares at the sum of $7.00 to insure a living t for Everybody Goltk Money due when the colt comes are the mare parted with. friends and acquaintances, but I to preyent Are you interested in what is All care will be taken didn't havejjto comelhere like my accidents but not responsible old friend Melvin White said: taking place day by day all over should any occur. Kentuckians come to Missouri the world? If you are you NEED J. C. Browning. loaded down with hardware.such THE COURIER-JOURNAas six shooters, sling shot and so If there is an agent in your on. This is my seventh trip to A Splendid town give him a trial order one Missouri, one to Colorada and Clubbing Bargain month Daily 50 cents, with Sunone to Illinois and never had anyWe Offer thing more than a Russell Barday 75 cents. The Adair Counly Sews low. We don't have to have anyno agent in your Ifthers is and thing ot the kind. I don't know give order to the paper in town how it is where Melvin has been The Cincinnati which this advertisement apbut if I see right the pistol toters WeeRIy Enquirer are mighty scarce in Adair counpears (you may get a special club- ty and I don't hear of any out Both One bing rate,) or send the order diYear here. One thing I do know there rect to the Courier-JournaFor Only is lots of mighty clever people in COUIER-JOllR-Nmay be WEEKLY Subscription Missouri and" they are not all new or renewal has been discontinued, Kentuckians. Don't think I am What ihe Weekiy Enquirer is running down Ky., for that is but FARM AND FAMILY, a It is issued every Thursday, subscripmy home at least half of the time. most excellent illustrated monthly tion price $1.00 per rear, and it is cne of the bet home metropolitan weeklie of toWe are having lots of rain. Satmagazine, is a worthy successor. day. It has all the facilities of. the jrreat urday and Sunday lots of bridges DAILY ENQUIREIJ for obtatninjr the The price is only 25 cents a year. world's events, and for that reason can and culberts washed out. It has giue you all the leading news. It carries Ask for a sample copy. a carries a great omount of valuable farm stopped our mail for a few days. matter, crisp cditorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous deGrass is growing fine. There has Courier-Journ- al Company partments make it a necessity to every been but little farming done here home, farm or business man. INCORPORATED This grand offer is limited and we advise K since January. Wishing the News you to take advantage by subscribing for 3 Louisville, Ky. the'above combination right now. Call F3 and its force and all of my Adair or mail orders to fl county friends the very best of L. i Market Reports Foreign News Political News J,s!rUwuusMl5frSi& v 'WWW; We landed at Carrollton at 3 o' clock that evening. It was still snowing. We got a conveyance to Bogard. Friend Henry BotThirty-thre- e United States There was a hung jury in the toms wasj expecting us on the Senators will be elected this trial of Red Tom Davidson for South bound on the Burlington year by a direct vote of the peo- conspiracy in the murder of Ed gt 5 o'clock, and being disappoint ple. Callahan. ed haaTgdhe hoffld. We itlst missed him about five minutes, so we stayed with Mrs. Collins that night and Was treated all O. Birdseve view ot our Plant Tv ?vjjz?s S . . . j KZ-- K. We found Mrs. Collins and I family all welland as clever as ever. Have met with lots of - v?vtLw1tK3BB -- H G& if. -r.- -r..J ,O.Jt5 to Eyes Special Attnetin Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fairprices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stoci removed from stablep. LOCATION NEAR ED - -- -- . HUGHES' RESIDENCE! STREET. ' ON BURKSY1LLE Joseph H. Stone. Attoney-At-Law 3 Will practice in this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, -- : Kentucky I G.P. "Largest in Dixie" SMYTHE :yor W. J. Hughes & Sons Co.,' Louisville, Kentucky. V, Incorporated HRE INSURANCE and RCALSESTA7E l. IsJL AL Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog EVERYTHING IN WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, iSL J E Electric! Sitf am "I was suffering from pain in my stomach, head and back," writes H. 1 te HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood Made A New Man Of Him. T. Alston, Raleigh, N. C. "and my iver and kidneys did not work right, nut lour ootties oi .ciecinc jtsitiera made me fee? ,:ke a new man." PRICE 50 CTS. Ai ALL DRUG STORES. t-- The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. Residence Phone.13 B Business Pho e 13 P j luck. and American Fence. KMS&t OVER 65 YEARS JMTffiyfffifc EXPERIENCE rZSZS&X&ZSSSKZr DR. J. l2S2E3SSfc.tf N. MURRELL DENTIST Gone to Her Reward. I remain yours, J. T. Taylor. Cherk Ycur April Couah Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 1 CO- Anvone sending a Bkctch and do'cription may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether ud invention is probably patentable. Communica- children, 18 grand children, 66 great grand children and two great great children. Early in life she professed her faith in Christ and united with the Baptist church. Aunt Milly was good and kind and beloved by all who Land Owners Attention. knew her. To the bereaved chilT. C. Faulhner, is prepared to do dren we can Say weep not as one your Surveying correctly. who has no hope. She was good He has thirty-thre- e years and kind to every body who knew experience. Charges reaher, but we can say to the chilsonable. Phone 74 or dren' and grand children weep write not for she is safely housed with Jesus and is beckoning to loved T. C Faulkner, t ones to join her around God's Coin mfoia, Ky. eternal throne where there will be no more parting or sad goodbyes. The sacred tie is broken and she has gone to try the real ities of that great beyond which sooner or later we must all enter into. It is such a sweet thought for her loved ones to know that she is at rest with Jesus, and that some day they can all join ' IT S Jrf irt her in Heaven. The funeral serI keep constantly on hands a nice line of Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and vices were conducted by Rev. J. Indies Robes, also a nice Hurse. Lo- D. Burton and interment was in cation over Cumberland Grocers Co., the Ben Allen grave yard near March, 25th, Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g the death Angel visited the home of M. T. Redman and claimed upstairs. for its victim his mother. She - Kentucky was 84 years old. She left three Columbia, On Wednesday, Surveying Thawing frost and April rains chill jou to the very marrow, you catch cold Head and lungs stuffed You are feverish Cough continually and feel miserable You need Dr. King's New Discovery. It soothes inflamed and irritated throat and lungs, stops your cough, your head clears up, fever leaves, and you feel fine. Mr. J. T. Davis, of Stickney Corner, Me., "Was cured of a dreadful cough after doctor's treatment and all other remedies failed. Relief or money back. PleasantChildren like it. Get a bottle today. 50c and $1.00. Recommendedby Ad Paull Drug Co. Then Copyrights 12-- 1 16 Eaat Mathei Street.JDelwcenJFirst'and Brook ' ouisvi?2e. Ky tions strictly contldcntial. HANDBOOK onl'atenta eent free. Oldest apencr for securmp patents. Patents taken throuch 31mm jfc Co. rcutvc special notice, without cbarze. Ja the Scientific JUnericaii. handsomely Illustrated weekly. I irzcst circulation of any scientinc Journal. Term. 3 a year: four months, f 1. Sold byali nowsdaal-eriA Jjr-s- cu BONN &Co.3MfcB-Nefori office, C23 F St, Wasbli:::...i..i. , ;r'4,?Cti1'y?!!'"7-'- 3 V fj iOii a Wiana ils 4 a the Court Wept. The Louisville Daily Herald And the It was a very pitiable case of vagrancy, and the magistrate seemed inclined to be lenient. "Prisoner, you are charged w.th loitering about the town in a very suspicious manner and with not having any visible means of sustenance. What do you do for a living?" Prisoner wiped a tear from his eye and turned a haggard face to the magistrate. "Your worship," said he. "I am engaged in manufacturing smoked glasses for viewing eclipses an industry that entails protracted periods of enforced leisure. m 1 1 v fa PI Nri-- r x ffltffttSjS&SS' i 53 6 si n m iv Adair County News One Year Each 5 TfiWenifJ FOB SALE AT iSIL no-p- a iooio DRUS61STS UrlDE$TAKE$. For S3.00 This offer will hold good for only a short time. If you want to keep posted in politics and current events, subscribe now. Come, bring or send jour subscriptions to i Fi I ' Vee2lnaiy Surgeot ond'Dantlfat years experience. Special attentioa workl School given to Surgical and Dental Office at residence near Graded PHONE Columbia, Ky. Phone 52 A. McGaha. buildings J. B. Jones. Written by a Neighbor. " this office. N0.7N. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS' HUSBAND RESCUED After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave .Up in Despair. Husband had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. I THE Notice DESPAIRING WIFE LOU IS VILLI TIMES FOR At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com- Specia All Notice Came to Rescue. I.N menced taking it. From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk twa miles without its I9I3 93HJHH9HE3HiHhh; "JOE" Cleveland Bay This celebrated Stallion will make 1914 at Will Johnson's barn, 4J miles south of Columbia and H 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, 10 hands high, heavy built, good style, has the best of eyes, feet and legs and in fact a perfect model in every respect. He is the best and qui test 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 is black 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. Persons Who Are Behind tion Books BRlGHTER,.BETTERf BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Catron, Ky. years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should aU. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has in my left side. sold' Cardui for years. He knows what One Year on our Subscrip- the season of THE LOUISVILLE TIME5 Will have to Come off, Under IS $5.00 A YEAR the Law, if not Paid at once it will do. Ask him. He will recom- IF YOU WiLL SEND YOUR ORBEI ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. TO US, YOU CAN GET Ladles Write to: soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Special Chattanoosa, Tenn., for book. ' Home Instructions on your case and that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment for Women," sent In plain wrapper. The doctor was called in, and his treat- je The Government J-- THE ADAIR COUNT! NEWS AND LuRe McLuKc Says. Give a woman a good complexion and naturally curly hair in this world, and she will take a Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year What We Eat. The moat cheerful man in the chance on the wings and the haworld isn't the man who has lo in the next world. just learned from his wife that See Solomon McKinley before buyhe has a habit of talking in his ing your fertilizer. He has the right kinds and is selling cheap for cash. sleep. 22-3f- c THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR Johnson Bros. How Eggs Get Spoiled. If the average man lives to be 75 years old, he will have eaten 54 tons of solid food and 53 tons mountain people have a rest. Barbourville Advocate. Kissing is Healthy. The Daily FOR ONLY Louisville And The Times News Adair County It Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville, is Democratic, but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adah County News both for 4.50 per year. are spoiled by careless treatment, quite apart from the matter of temperature, and the chief cause THE LOUISVILLE TIMES of deterioration undoubtedly aristhe best afternoon paper prines from the common habit of alted anywhere. lowing the eggs to remain upon their sides. The result of this Has the best corps of corre practice is that the yolk, which pondents. is heavier than the "white" presses against the shell an unCovers the Kentucky field p natural state of affairs altogethfectly. er. The shell is unable to resist Covers the general news flal the action of the yolk upon its tissues, air is admitted, and decompletely. composition immediately sets in, may Has the best and fullest If eggs are to be preserved kets reports. without the aid of any artificial DEMOCRATIC in politics $4.50. A very large number of eggs bi media, such as "water-glass- " or fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP AWAY Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. Always appreciates trade from Adairland Adjoining Counties and is constantly of- - TI0N RIGHT DENTAL OUTB'ICEJ Dr. James Triplett DENTIST OVER PAULL DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE SO. OFFICE PHONB fering"and giving to ail comers, Bargains & in all Lines of goods m, ill send Dry Goods, Clothing and Sho by Pareels Post prepaid. "1 toany point, Any goods not satisfactory can be re- - turned by Parcel Post, if in seven day ! after sent out Woodson Lewis kissing, but the 'health authorities very quickly decided to discountenance the movement. They asserted that it was non-seProtest From the Mountains. to say that kissing was bad Wiley, the These people who go about for health; and Dr. and Indigestion caused ma great distress Chemisfor two years. I tried many things for over the largest cities and towns chief of the Bureau of relief, but got little help, tillat last I found essenit in the best pals or medicine 1 over tried asking for contributions for the try, stated that "it was hapDR. purpose of helping the people in tial in the interests of natual s' zeal of the the mountains, ought to be ar- piness that the who are agitating for C.E. fiatfield. Guyan, W. Va. rested for obtaining money un25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS. of the most der false pretenses and snt to the abolution of one customs the penitentiary, where they be- delightful Christmas mistletoe) long, for the people in the moun (kissing under the WELL DRILLER tains never receive one . cent of shall be curbed.' Pound a Cure for Rheumatism such contributions. They do not I will drill wells in Adair and We would be pleased to send the two "I ask for it. We live in the Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from adjoining counties. See me be- yearssuffered with rheumatism for and could not get my right hand to my mouth for that length of time," wealthiest part of the State; now until the first of April for 50 cents. contracting. Latest fore writes Lee L. Chapman, Mapleton, where every man who wants a Or better still we will furnish the machinery of all kinds. Iowa. "I suffered terrible pain so I Adair County News, one year and the Pump Repairing Done. Give could not sleep or lie still at night. job gets one, and where there is Daily State Journal until April last Five years ago I began using Chamthing as people starving for $1.25. 11 you want in.) me a Call. berlain's Liniment and in two months no such Frank-- , the doings I was well and have notsuffered with for food and suffering for cloth- in touch with Legislature is at session; in fort while the rheumatism since! " Fot sale by Paul! C. YATES Why don't they. let. the you should have the. State Journal; ;- Ad ing. Drug Co. se KING'S NewlifePills nan1 other lime solutions, they must be turned over every day or stood upon their ends. So long as the yolk is kept suspended among the "white the egg remains good for any reasonable period, whether its ultimate object be to furnish food or to produce a chick. If this f undament-ta- l principle were properly understood, the egg vhich tastes musty, or is oviously "good in parts," would appear far less often on our breakfast tables. Treated thus, and kept in a cool place from first to last, new laid eggs will remain quite unimpaired for the best part of a month, and the lower the temperature of the place of storage the longer will they keep. If coated with a greasy or glutinous substance, the effect of which is to stop the pores in the shell from opening and admitting the air, eggs can be kept in a fresh state for months on end. of liquid or about 1,300 times his weight. if you were to stack the bread you will have consumed in this number of years, the pile would d building. The equal a amount of butter you will have used on this bread would come to a ton and a quarter. If you are a lover of bacon, and were to stretch that which you have eaten out in single slices four miles would be the length. Five tons of fish and 12,000 eggs would stand to your credit, while the normal cheese eater would easily have consumed 400 pounds. The vegetables you will have eaten would fill a train three miles long. You will have consumed some 10,000 pounds of sugar and 1,500 pounds of salt. fair-size- From timelimmemorial doctora and other have said that kissing was dangerous. It has been said again and 'again that microbes pass from mouth to mouth when kissing and disease spread. Engaged couples, however, may take heart from the recent statement of Dr. Pashkow, an eminent physician, of Breslaa, who denies absolutely that kissing is dangerous to health. "On the contrary," he says, "far from being harmful, kissing soothes the nerves and has bene ficial effects' A few years ago another medical authority came forward with the theory that kissing is a cure His idea was for indigestion. Strengthens Weak and Tired Women "I was under a great strain nursing a relacive through three months' sickness," writes Mrs. J. C. Van De Sande of Kirkland 111., and "Electric Bitters kept me from breaking down. I will never be without it." Do you feel tired and worn out? No appetite and food won't digest? It isn.t the spiing weather. You need Electric Bitters. Start a month's treatment nothing better for stomach, liver and kidneys. The great spring tonic. Belief or money back. 50c and 1. Rec ommended by Paull Drug Co. Ad to-da- y; that our mouths contained beneficent microbes that are enemies of dyspepsia, and that one of the surest ways of getting rid of feeling" that nasty "after-dinne-r is to resort to the pleasant past-tim- e of osculation. A couple of years since there was a vigorous campaign against 'germ-ophobe- im-yrov- ed to-ikee- p J. " ''-- ' V ) $ 8 2- -e Ik THE ADAI& COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. Mx Several dayjs of last week 'was extremely cold. We are fearful that the fruit is all killed in this section. Strong Hill and Austin were in Columbia the first 3f the week. J. A. Diddle and his son, Will, spent a few days in Logan county last week looking after their farming interest. Thos. Doweirana son were in Green county a day or so last week looking after cattle and 4 Brace Up, Old Chap; You've Got Sring Fever .ii M Columbia Stock Farm Nothing Like ROOT JUICE to Clean Out the Blood and Put New Life and 'Pep" Into You. Guaranteed. No wonder you feel tired, lazy, achy, all in " Your system is clogged up with winter's impurities like a sewer after a cloudburst. Your blood is stagment with an accumulation of poisonous filth and your whole body needs! Hjlihfe. "good-for-nothing- Wil-mo- re ," behave again and give you 'peace. The best that Nature has given to mankind in the way of medicinal roots and herbs and barks is in this wonderworker, body builder, cleanser, purifier, and its safe. soon hogs. en-jou- jriOB. Don't let through here last Saturday stomach, works u p any schemeing, unrestronger di uew aud for Edmonton. liable druggist try to gestive power, stirs WJX) JV L palm off something We are glad to note "that we up the lazy liver and ROOT gets the bowels busy. else on yov have no new cases of mumps in JUICE isguaranteed. tu Look """Bracei Up, Old Boy! rv. It's got to do the this section at this time. 11 C liUUl miLUHUK TT7L. i VVIiac ttUUldUHJtt UJQ work and satisfy you Several of our farmers in this blood and then cleans or Me. or back goes your out a 1 1 that are section are about ready for plant- already there. You'll feel its magic f money. You don't aave to use a gal- ing corn. Only waiting for the influence upon the kidneys too; feel it Ion of it, either a few doses will quickly. Your overstrained nerves prove its worth the first day. weather to warm up a little and that are all "on edge" will mighty we are glad to say that the prospect is good for plenty of tobac- home April 10th, after a co plants in this section.lLThe long illness. Consumption was wheat, grass and oats are look- hersickness. " ing just as fine as it ever did in The weather is so cold that this section at this season of the news is scarce soJIJwill ring off. At The Fair Grounds. year. Charlie, a son of Jim Corbin, Breeding. while cutting timber for Morrison & Baker, one day last week, Mr. Hill, Belknap'sJhardware got badly hurt by a falling tree, drummer, was inlBreeding one that was felled by him and other day last week. hands, and caught him accidentMr. John Lee PattonJJhas been ally. His physician, Dr. L. C. quite sick but is some better now. Nell, was called in and pronouncMrs. Becky Estes is very low. ed him in a very critical condiThe infant child of Mr. and tion. Mrs. John Frodge died one day Rev. Levy, of Edmonton, fillI will offer for public service for the last week. season of 1914, STARLIGHT and ed the pulpit at the Baptist church Mr. Bob Royse, who has short- MURPHEY, two s young in our city last Sunday night, on .Tacks, at the Columbia Fair Grounds. ly returned from Texas, has mov'she subject of Missions. His adThey are specimens that? are rarely eved bacK to Breeding. er seen in this section of the State. dress was very interesting. Mr. Cleve Lacy will remove They are 4 years old, black in color Rev. Christie, the pastor of with white points, 15 and 15J hands from Breeding to Amandaville. high, with extreme length, weight, ihe Methodist church, of our city, Mr. Luther Fletcher and fam-- substance and finish. They are excep"preached us a very interesting tionally well bred, having for their sire Easter sermon to a large and at- ily, and Mr. Luke Norris, of this the famous show Jack, Kentucky Starlight Jententive audience. In the after- place, intend driving through to Champion, and out of being nets. The Starlights the most noon, the children of both Sun- Texas, where they will reside. popular family yet known. These Mr. Rowe, hardware drummer, Jacks haye been well cared for and are day Schools enjoyed themselves in excellent condition for service. 5n an egg hunt. There Were of Nashville, Tenn., was here TermsS.OO to insure a living colt. last Thursday. Tn all cases money is due when colt about 75 children. It was very Guy Coomer passed through is foaled, rn are traded, parted with, interesting to see them and the bredto other stock or removed from, evening was a very happy one Breeding one day last week en neighborhood. for them. route for Columbia. Geo. Coffey, Agt. Mr. Alex Stilts, the great proRowes X Roads. duce man, made his regular trip er passed through Breeding one to Columbia last week. ' day last week. John Oakes sold 2 mules for Old aunt Ailsey Rice, of color, Mr. Jake Reece and wife vis$200. who was about one hundred and ited Mr. and Mrs. John Reece Jim McKinley got kicked with twenty years old, died last Tues- last week. a horse on his leg. Got badly day. Mrs. Herchel Breeding, has hurt. was in Breed- been quite sick for several days. Mr. Walter Elrod Susie Hadley sold one cow for ing Monday, assisting in putting The singing sehool at Chestnut $4Q. A. R. Blakey sold a cow up Elrod & Co., Stave factory Grove closed last Wednesday te does, starts Guy Nell, of Columbia, passed JUICEin with the1 right a thorough house cleaning, renovating you want a toning up, a bracing, purifying, and when you get it you'll fell as spry as a youngster. That's what ROOT It will pick you up and make you over, give you a new supply of needed force, vim, strength, li r e gu r m $J 5 and "pep" so quickly that vou'll wonder happened. how There never was a better tonic known. Remember it's ROOT it sw,? lerMr U to-da- y, -- Jacks The above picture is a natural photograph of JUDAS the famous Purcheron Stallion. He will make the season of 1914, at my barn, one and one-ha- lf miles east of Columbia, on the Sumerset road, for the sum of $10 00 to insure a living colt. DESCRIPTION: Judas is a 6 year old purcheron, a steel gray, weighs 1700 pounds and is 16i hands high. He is a perfect model and a world beater. Remember that the Auto and such like modes of conveyance have lessened the demand for saddle and harness horses. But remember that they have nothing to do with the Farm and Draft horse. Remember that every farming country in the world wants the Purcheson horse. The leading mule producing States are raising mules from the Purcheron mares. See this horse before you breed, I will gladly show you his certificate of registration and Pedigree. Judas has proven himself to be a great breeder. His foals of 1913 are the best 1 year, old colts ever seen in this country and his foals of 1914 are second to none. He is kind and well disposed. II Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or removed from occur. All care will be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any w. o. Mckinley. About one month ago Miss Burton wrote her name and address on an egg. The egg was carried to market, and in about three weeks she received a card from a gentleman in New York City, who was in posspss-io- n of the egg. He wishes to know how long the egg had been on the market. The spoke factory located near Mr. E. A. McKinley 's place, will begin work again in a few days. Mr. James O. Polley was made to rejoice a few days ago, on receiving the intelligence that his brother, Mr. Wellington Armstrong Polley, was still living. He had lost trace of him and he was thought to have been dead for 20 years. He resides at Fan-che- r, Do-ci- a I high-clas- 0$ 's 'iSTw W-- e i.afaNQM I want i mrjl ;fflufi Mastic Paint s XPERIENCE has taught the man who is "paintwise" that it pays best to use MASTIC PAINT. It lasts longer? looks better and covers more surface than Keg Lead and Oil hand mixed paint or ordinary ready-mixe- d paint You will save money and disappointment when using I Miksne Hunt "Tine Kind That Lasts" 111. TDEHIND ior $51.00. Bob Aaron is still no better this week. Old uncle Bart Blakar stopped oyer and took dinner with me today. Uncle Bart is 78 years old and is feeble. Going down the hill fast. There is a big log rolling at Ance Coffeys Sid Coffey and Jim Kelsey have together 15 to-da- y. Services were held here last Cray craft. Monday night by four Presbyacres of new ground thisspring Mr. J. D. Hayes, who has been terian ministers, who had attendto roll. ed Presbytry at Marrowbone last dangerously ill with paralysis of Need More.No. 2, is enlarging week, the brain, is improving, and we her borders this week in the way Mr. and Mrs. Lenis Reece's, hope he may fully recover. of dry goods and groceries. little daughter, Edna, has been Mrs. J. Hurt is real sick at . We had a great frost last night. quite sick, but is much improv- this writing. I don't know what damage was ed at present. Last Saturday, April the 4th, done to. the peaches. Mr. Sam Shreeve, of Columbia, was Aunt Cintha Conover's Jim Antle's wife, John Turnis working at the stave mill this birthday. She was 85 years oldj er's daughter, died at New Alplace. Herkinfolks and friends mad bany Ind., this week. There her an excellent dinner. Mr. John Simpson attended will be more said about her later Mr. Junius Bryant and family court at Columbia. Monday, on. left last Friday.for the State of : Walk-- Ohio. Ulihu Collins wife died ather. Mr. and Mrs. John Lee . , Messrs. Willie and John Com-bes- t, who left here a few weeks must give satisfaction. Every gallon ago for Iowa, have written their T?T T? T? Illustrated booklet, "Homes and How to Paint father that they are nicely locaI? JVJjyJU Them." also color card of MASTIC PAINT Gee Finish. """0 or any other PeeCO., Incorporated,Ask us or write & miles of each othted in about direct to Louisville, Ky. erhave the benefit of a phone which is now at work. night where they can talk to each othi?f? ?2v; Mr. G. W. Dillon made a busMr. Garvin Jessee, who has day, and are getting er every iness trip to Louisville last week. been in Illinois for a while, re$30 per month. He was accompanied home by turned home last Wednesday Bro. Barger filled his regular his son, Richard. " night. appointment at Shilo, last SunMiss Coolie Janes has been Mr. Willie Jessee had a sale day. He preached an excellent quite ill. Columbia, KentucRy, ygSlKWHITlJj last Thursday, selling his entire sermon, mere was also singing Mr. Fred Simpson made a short household goods. He willleave in the afternoon, conducted by for Illinois real soon. trip to Burkesville last week. G. L. Blair andR. O. Cabell. from Knifley was in this part home last Saturday. PEASLEE-CAULBER- T reliu!e paint is an iron-cla- d guarantee It means that MASTIC PAINT ' every gallon of this old undergoes the most rigid tests before Be sure to it 13 placed on sale. specify MASTIC PAINT it means utmost paint satisfaction. Paull DruCCo. ras wwK.-wmiJi-.r- a ! Edith. last Tuesday buying hens at per pound. 14c hood were in Columbia last MonMr. Frank Holt and family, of day. The farmers of this section are Ella, have moved to the dwelling Mi3s Shirley Williams spent very busy sowing oats and some house owned by Mrs. Valeria last week with her sister, Mrs. W. R. Knifley. Campbell at this place. people have been gardening. Mr. Frank Mings, who gofc,his Several from this place attend- leg broke about two weeks ago, Mr. P. P. Wesley made a busis getting along nicely at presed the sale of Mr. Fred s, iness trip to Phil last week. K near Linnie,..Casev Co :ent. Tom Faulkner, from rv. Our merchant, Mrs. Valeria last Friday. "; ..Mr.. lumbia, -- Has - been. survennffin Campbell, has purchased a nice Mr. Henry Squires, near this this community this weefc goods. place, bought four calves from line of spring Mr. P. P. Wesley divided his Mr. Will Ed Squires, of Colum- iarm last wedb into three trar Mrs. B. L. Eoyse and daugh- bia, last Monday. selling to Messrs. W. R. Knifley, ter, Miss Vister, were visiting The Sunday School is doing Bill Jones and Mrs. Vaioria Mrs. "Royse's sisters, the Misses good work-ithe new church at Campbell for $970. EvansSaturday night and Sun- - laDernacie now. Mrs. Belle Squires, of Colum Mr. Willie Evans, who has bia, is spending this week with te, Mr our huxter been in school At Bowling Green her son, Mr,. Henry Squires, near Sand-meyer-- Several .from this neighbor- n -- Sam-Whi- for several months returned this place. "