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Personals. The above heading is the title of a Come The play entitled "A Co-eThe Lebanon Falcon, of last week dy," written by Miss Margaret Chand- play given at the court-hous- e last Mr. C. C. Holt, Esto, was here contains the following notice of the last was ler, daughter of Rev. J. S. Chandler, Thursday evening by the pupils of the Thursday. marriage of a young lady, who born and reared at Gradyville, this of this place, and given by the pupils Graded and High School of this place. Mr. Jo Reed was quite sick several n in Co- of the expression department of Lindsey-- It drew a large audience and perfect county, and who is of Miss Wrder prevailed during its rendition. days of last week. under the direction lumbia where she has many relatives Wilson Prof. W. M. Wilson. and friends, .and where she often vis- Hewitt, drew a large crowd Saturday There were quite a number of charac Mr. Tim B. Cravens has returned ters, all of whom were up on their from Tompkinsville. ited. Her Adair county former asso- evening. Prof. Chesterfield Turner, Who has was very orieinal and in parts, and there were some very fine ciates will be glad to learn that she The'-DloMr. F. M. Barnes, of Denmark, was been the piincipal-othe Graded and has been happily married to a worthy teresting and the musical numbers ap- acting, especially for amateurs, and High School of this place for the past in Columbia last Monday. propriate and well rendered. In fact, often the house was brought down by and popular gentleman: two years, tendered his resignation a marriage of Miss Elizabeth if there was a single mistake made the timely expressions, impressively said. Mr. W. B. Marple, Campbellsville, The lew weeks ago, and Prof. W. M. WilThere was a moral drawn which struck was here a few days ago. Mr. Wallace Breed-in- g, audience was unable to detect it. Gene Walker to son was employed by the Trustees to No school girls were ever more win the audience forcibly, every reader dewas solemnized at the Warren house of entertainment. Mrs Lowe Mr. J. C. Miller, the contractor, is succeed him. church,' in some and clear than Misses newitt, claring that it was a lesson well worth was reared in a hotel and understands Memorial Presbyterian iu Louisvillle this week. Prof. Turner is a most excellent management of the cullinary de- Louisville, Tuesday afternoon, Dr. Chandler, Knight, Hogard, Coffey and remembering. We have not the space teacher and has endeared himself to the Mr. Clyde Crenshaw spent a thoroughly, and her hus- Webb Dastor of the church, ofiiciat- - Russell: no "Knights" more gallant to give each actor and actress the all the pupils and patrons of the partment brother will doubtless prove ing. The attendants were Mr, W. L than Messrs. Stevenson, Gadberry, praise justly due, but all who took part in Edmonton, last week. school and to the entire community. band and Breeding, brother of the groom, and Sullivan, Popple well, Tucker and Har should be satisfied when we state that Mr. A. I. Hurt was quite sick last Tiie departure of himself and most popular landlords Rev. J. If. Valentine, of Bradfords- - ms; no Matron in a gins' scnooi couiu the expressions we have heard are to week, but he has about recovered. estimable companion will be generally ville. The bride is a daughter of Mr. possibly have been sterner than Miss the effect it was" one of the most Birthday Dinner. regretted. Prof. Turner is an ardent Mrs. R. L. Davis, who was quite H. C. Walker, of Bradfordsviiie, a Capitola Webb when she looked over enjoyable entertainments ever given Baptist, and it is our understanding ento a Columbia audience by local talent. sick last week, is rapidly improving. resident of Adair county. She her glasses at the girls and boys that he has made up his mind to preach Sunday, the 19th inst., was the birth" formerunusually bright, attractive joying forbidden privileges, nor could is an Mr. Marvin Young, who was quite Call and see my new stock of Kitch he Gospel, no calling being higher. day of Mrs. Bettie Hutchison, this vouner ladv and numbers her friends two popular young teachers been more sick last week, has about recovered. Prof. Wilson is known to everybody place, and the occasion was duly cel- by acquaintances. Mr. Breeding irresistible than Misses Sallie E. Mur- en Sinks and Steel water Tanks and in Columbia, and our people were de- ebrated, a most bountiful dinner be- is aher of Mr. J. R. Breeding, of phy and Eva Cook, while Miss Mabel Pumps of all kinds. Dr J. X. Murrell is a victim of son lighted to learn that he and his inter- ing spread by her children, nephews Bradfordsviiie, and for some time has Hindman, as the dusky "Carrie Lou," 22-S. F. Eubank. boils, and last week was a great sufferbeesting little family were to again er. and nieces. Mrs. Hutchison did not been one of the most valued employees with Aubrey Wilson as her devoted come residents of this place. Prof. know crowd smiling whenGreensburg. that she was to be the guest of of the large department store of Lew "Sam" kept the Mr. Jo Russell came in Wednesday Wilson was the principal of the school honor until her children commenced is & Drve. at Bradfordsviiie. Mr. and ever they appeared. night, to spend a week with his famliere two years before going to Mon: to arrive with d Little Maxine Moss, as "Bobby , baskets. The Mrs. Breeding returned to Bradfords Much interest has been manifested ily. ticello, and upon his return he will be day proved a most happy one for the ville Wednesday night. A numbtr of added much to the list of characters. given a hearty welcome. Mrs. D. Ward Denton, of Breeding, The tennis drill given by ten young in the recent contested election case old lady and all others who were pres- social affairs have been arranged in filed by P. F. Marshall against John spent a few days of last week in CoThe Monticello Outlook, in speaking ent. The following put in their ap- their honor. ladies.also deserves special mention. of his depature says: Both Miss Hewitt and Miss Chand- W. Thomas for the office of County lumbia. pearance: Mr. and Sirs. Ruel Hutchi"He has been one of the best if not son and their daughter, Clara May; ler are to be congratulated upon the Court Clerk. Marshall was the in EGGS FOR SALE. Mr. W. E. Faulkenburg, Jamestown, cumbent and was defeated by Thomas the best superintendents our school Mrs. Mollie Littrell and son, Paul; perfect success of the evening. a traveling salesman, was here one Republican, by a majority of thirty lias had. There has been less com- Mr. and Mrs. Harden Cundiff and two votes on the face'of thelreturns. Mar- day last week. plaint of his management, in fact there sons, Everett and Clarence; Mr. and From Pure Bred White Faced Black RECEIVER'S NOTICE. shall sought a recount and fJudg Mr. G. R. Holt, Campbellsville, has been no complaint at all. He has Mrs. Lawrence Pickett and daughter, Spanish chickens, from prize winning Thurman, of the Circuit Court decid- made a business trip to this place a pleased both pupil and patrons." pen. Owing to lateness of season I Lydas; Mr. and Mrs. Jo Hutchison. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT ed that sufficient irregularities were day or two of last week. Prof. Wilson and family will likel will sell for $1.25 for 15; 2.00 for 30. Commonwealth of Kentucky, ) proven to justify a recount in the upreach Columbia the latter part Of Mits. E. L. Feese, Columbia, Ky. Mr. Luther Brockman, Russell On Relation of Ben L.Bruner Pltf. per Brush and the North Greensburg May. Pianist, Listen! P. O. Box 173. ) Secretary of State, Springs, made a business trip to Coprecincts. On a recount of the balagainst Thursday. At lots in these precincts, Marshall gain- lumbia, last ) An Old Citizen Dies at Cane Valley. Citizens Bank, Columbia, Stand by Your Home Town. IJeID ed enough votesjto give him a majorAn infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Jo S Kentucky. King Baggot Rag. Accounts. ity of four. The contestee, Thomas, Sandusky, was dangerously ill last Notice of Sale of Overdraft Last Friday afternoon, about 5 In obedience to an Order of the has filed an amended answer, charg- week, but is better at this writing. To further the interests of the town o'clock, Mr. John H. Beard died at his w. to we ) (btg. in which you live, it is necessary to Adair Circuit Court, made at its Sep- ing that the ballot boxes were in the Mr. Walker B.yant and Mr. C. S. home, in the Cane Valley country. A real rag. a real hit. a real idea, a vie with one another in all public en- tember term. 1912, 1 will, as Receiver custody of Marshall who was then Harris are in Louisville this week, Had he lived until the 21st of next real melody. That's all. Send for it. terprises and lay aside any envious of said Bank, at the Court-hous- e door, County Clerk, from the date of the buying fixtures for the Baptist church August he would have been eighty-on- e Price, net 25c. per copy.. Address, feelings that may creep into your na- in Columbia, Adair county, Ky., on election, November, to November 13 building. years old. ture. Don't "knock" your neighbor Monday, the 4th day of May, it being when they were placed in the vaults G. W. Lowe, Mrs. Emily Burton, who has been war broke out he When the civil because that by hard work and econ- County Court, offer for sale to the of the Greensburg Deposit Bank. He Columbia. Ky. with her sister, Mrs. Sam A,Uen, since espoused the cause of the Union, en omy he has accumulated a few more highest bidder, for cash in hand, all alleges in his amended answer that tered the Third Kentucky Infantry, accounts on the the ballots just counted by the court last January, returned to Columbia dollars than you possess, but rather the unpaid Over-draShooting on the Highway. are not the same ballots that were last Thursday. of which Thomas E. Bramlett was the admire and encourage the example, books of said Bank, as follows, t: Colonel. He was a galliant soldier, 3 41 counted and certified to by the elecMr. Dallas Goff, whose left leg was to follow which, you might greatly Walter Arnold and since the close of hostilities was 7 15 tion officers the night ofjthe election. amputated in Louisville' three weeks living out on JBurkesville better your own condition. There.is Frank Alle Residents, one of Adair's best citizens. 1 75 The court withheld its judgment and ago, returned to Columbia last Wed street, have been greatly annoyed re- a little something that every one can Alven Bennett The funeral was largely attended cently by parties firing their revolvers, do that will add not only to the per- J. T. Brockman 11 90 a special term of the court was called nesday, and was on the streets ThursThe deceased was a brother-in-laof at a late hour of night. If it is not sonal welfare of the individual, but W. B. Burton 1 06 for April 23 to try out the issue raised day. Mr. J. P. Beard, this place. 45 in the amended answer. stopped there is going to be some- prove a help to the community at C. B. Beard Mr. D. P. Rice and Miss Lillie Van 29 94 thing doing. Sheriff. S. H. Mitchell, large. With an eye ever to Clayton S. Bell At a special meeting of the town Cleave, of Holmes, were visiting at 3 00 board who lives but a short distance from Married. one of the first laws of J. A. Burton this week it was lagreed to for- the home of Mrs. Mary T. Harvey 1184 bid license for auotherJSyear to the Saturday, and also doing some shop the scene of the shooting, will be on nature, then let us reach out to our Finis Blakey 03 pool room which has been operating ping the lookout for guilty parties, who, if neighbor a helping hand that he may H. R. Carnes in town. Last Saturday afternoon Mr. Mar- caught, will be punished as the law tide over any reverses that he may en- W. S. Chapman 1 00 on the Public Square. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hamilton, of vin Simpson, son of Judge and Mrs. J. directs. 19 63 counter either in a business or a social A. D. Coy Messrs. William, J. A. and Weed Frankfort, arrived last Wednesday J. Simpson, this place, and Miss Josie 2 40 way. Ex. Jim Coffey Mr. Hamilton is recovering Ellis, a young lady who has been mak17 80 Mclnteer, of Minneola Kansas, broth- night. James Coats Recent Deaths. ing her home with Mrs. Geo. W. 48 85 ers of Mrs. Will Sandidge. of this from an attack of pneumonia, and it Mrs. O. A. Coy NOTICE. reStaples, drove to the home of Eev. W. 1 00 place, have recently concluded their will be several weeks before they E. W. Cook F. Hogard, in compapny with 'Mr. Mr. Robert Aaron, who lived near 3 00 visit here. While here Rev. Sandidge turn to the capital. We wish to inform the people Y. M. Compton Albert Bryant and Miss Hallie Ellis, Liberty church, Russell county, died 25 Mrs. Sandidge, the three brothers and L. Cooper Mr. Bruce Epperson, who ia in buswhere they were united in marriage. last Wednesday morning, of Adair county that we are repre- J. C. A. Cox 15 00 D wight Sandidge went by motor boat iness in Indiana, did not receive word Dr. Immediately after the ceremony the senting the Pomona Nursery, at Maggie Dishman 10 from Greensburg to .DeFries, Hart of his sister's serious illness, in time bridal party left for the home of the Mr. Stewart Rexroat, who was a na- Bowling Green. This Nursery has 43 County, a distance of 45 miles by water. to reach her bedside. The funeral Grady, (col ,) John groom's parents where they will for tive of Russell county, died recently 6 in It required only three hours to go services had been over several hcura Gluff been in business 25 years and has Luther the present reside. Their many friends in Morganville, Kansas. l 70 down stream and five hours to return. when he arrived in Columbia. Erline Grissom Mr. J. B. Richards, who was a na- 300 acres in select nursery stock, extend their best wishes. 50 They visited the aged mother of Mrs. Gluff line of trees. Walter Grissom tive of Adair county, died iu Wiscon- puting out a first-claMr. R. Mont Feese, of Somerset, Rev Sandidge has just re13 48 Sandidge. Grover . ago. He was a broth- Why not buy your trees that are sin a few weeks That Dinner. 114 79 turned from Stanford where he at- and little daughter, Katherine, spent P. Yirge Grissom W. Richards, of this place. already er of Mr. J. 4 88 tended the Transylvania Presbytery. the first two days o" this week in Coacclimated and save the W. F. Hancock lumbia. Miss Callie Feese, who has 6 14 Capt. Richard P. Kilrain, of Louis- been visiting at Somerset, returned In the absence of old Dr. Jones' I will offer for service at the Co- experimenter's loss? We expect Linwood W. Helm 80 76 whiskey at that great dinner spoken lumbia Fair Grounds, Prince, a good to visit every farmer within the H. F. Iserman ville, has been here this week to se- to her home, here, with them. Jones & CcUey, C. C. and J. C. 19 00 of by our dear Brother and valued combined Stallion, at the low fee of next few weeks. See us and get 2 90 cure enlistments for the United States Lee Kerns Rowe'sX Roads correspondent, the $10.00. For particulars see George our prices before you buy. 5 00 Army. He has secured a number of C. E. Kingery presumption is that Bro. Hadley did Coffey. The Methodist Church is to undergo 03 young negroes and three white men HARRIS & GARRISON, J. L. Lasley not become (intoxicated) but did the 24-l- t. some necessary repairs, the work to John Goff. 8 26 who are wanting to enlist. Otis Lile, James Pile Kentucky. Columbia, next worse thing, and we hereby recommence soon. Metal ceiling will be 02 son of Judge D. M. Lile, County ' George Parsons quest Bro. James McKinley to send put on and the walls repapered and all 5 00 Judge, is among thosa who have en George N. Rosenfleld Attention Fruit Growers. woodwork repainted. The ladies of the writer by parcel post, one nail 38 26 listed. Married. C. C. Roe, Jr. from the great toe of the left (hind) church are taking an active part, 9 43 F. M. Robinson A freak egg was found by Mrs. J. their societies having raised much of VI no hand foot, which may be found at Thousands of fruit growers through" 2 00 McV. Shreve. It was as large as a Ed Stone, (col.) money for the work. Needmore Xo., 2. We think it would out this section, will testify to the Mr. L. L. Bennett, son of Mr. and 05 turkey egg and upon breaking it, it the make a nice souvenir and bring good success which they have experienced Mrs Hamp Bennett, and Miss Ada L. C. Stone 22 21 was found to contain another well deAlice O. Taylor luck. J;T. Jones, Walkup, daughter of Mr. C. A. Walk-ufrom Knoxville Nursery stock. 20 veloped eg. Betweenjthe outer shell Indian Runner Duck Eggs for Sale. M. Turner J. . Columbia, Ky. of Garlin, were married by Eld. W. R. & J. N. Squires, 2 25 and the shell of the small egg there Otis Taylor 13 for 50c. If by Parcel Post 6c. Agents for Adair and Taylor counties. Tobias Huffaker, at his residence, last F. W. Wilson 2 00 was a white of an egg and the small Notice, M. W. of A. Lula Todd, Thursday afternoon. The many friends extra. 25-1 10 egg contained a white and a yolk. Matthew Wooten Columbia, Ky. t. of the young couple extend their best 4 10 Mose Wooten wishes. anniversary of A full attendance of all Modern The ninety-fift- h All accounts less than $5.00 will be See Solomon McKinley before buyMr. Geo. Y. Lowe, who has conwill be celebrated at RusWoodmen, (in good standing,) is recompounded and sold together, and ing your fertilizer. He has the right ducted a barber shop in this place for The girl's basket ball team of the any account over $5.00 on which there quested on Monday night, April 27th. sell Springs Sunday, the 26th of April. Lindsey-Wilsokinds and is selling cheap for cash. a number of years, has quit the shop n will play the High ' Russell Springs and Jamestown lodges Degree work. is no bid will be compounded witha simt and will go into the hotel business, as will be in charge. Good speakers School girls of Campbellsville next ilar account and sold together thereW. T. Ottley, Consul, will be seen from another notice in have been invited, a bountiful dinner Friday afternoon. The game will be with. Examination. J. C. Strange, Clerk. this paper. He desires to return his will be spread, and a day of enjoyment called at the latter place, and quite a A proper assignment will be made grateful thanks to all those who patis expected. of sister number will accompany the Lindsey- - to the purchaser of any account. YOUR LAST CHANCE. Barbering Wilson girls to the capital of Taylor. The second examination for Com- ronized him while in the lodges will be invited. April 21st, 1914. business. mon School Diploma will be held on L. C Winfrey, Receiver brick work on the Baptist church the second Friday and Saturday in There is a coal black hog, all the The Skybald for Sale. Citizens Bank. 1 Millinery. May. This will be May 8th and 9th. nearly completed.and hands are now feet white at my house. He will is He is a deep sorrel with bald face, weigh about 90 pounds. The finder busy on the inside. The church will The Common School Diploma entitles My of millinery goods isnovr WsoUWanted; 14"hands high, one year old and all ready for dedication early evidently be the holder to free tuition in the Coun- open. stock ladles are cordially invitcan have same by paying expenses. The of a fine saddler. He is by ty High School. The examination will in the summer. Will Stone, of color. will sell .reasonable. 25-Superintendent's office. ed to call see style and get prices. BaW Chief. I We pay the highest cash, price. be.held in the Mrs". W. L. Russell, See, He at once. Only fifteen days until Field Day, Campbellsville Manufacturing I hope all who are prepared will take Knifiey, Ky. . Jo M. Harris, Ky., or we will man- this examination. Mr. Henry Ingram will remove his the 8th of May. The boys and girls ." Respectfully, Columbia, Ky. 'x stock of goods to the Butler building, are practicing for the exercises which ufacture your wool as you direct. " Tobias Huffaker, Supt. ' square, by the invariably prove interesting. The Ladles Aid Society of the S. in West corner of the , If you want to breed to a good first of next month. Christian Church will give a Silver. , I have forsahyit T. F Collin's barn Stallion, see Pbince,' at the Pair County Medical .Society Tea at the Frame Hancock Hotel; Sale. For The Adair and. 16 acid, at'$l,00 2 fertilizer, Grounds, before booking your mares. Gardening time is here, but the per hundred cash. ' . will meet in Columbia on Thursday, Friday evening of this week, begin-Fee $10.00. weather is not propitious for plowing shingles, post and Stove May the 14th, 1914. Let all attend. ning at 7:30 o'clock. All who attend G. W. Collins. 24-l- t. John Goff. Program next week; are expected to bring a silver offering:. Casey tones' Store. and putting in seed.' wood. . He Has Resigned, the Principal-shiof the Graded School and Will be Succeeded by f Judge Junius Hancock, who is proprietor of the Hancock Hotel, this place, has rented the building and everything pertaining thereto, to his Mr. Geo. W. Lowe, and his Mr. George Hancock, who will son, take charge the first of, the coming month. This change will be" made on account of the health of Mrs'. Junius Hancock, who is very much in need of rest. Judge Hancock's family will remain at the hotel and he will aid his renters in the conduct of this popular son-in-la- well-know- t few-day- s 3t well-fille- 25-t- f. ft to-wi- w "self-preservatio- ' ' ss , p, 2t 23-4- Odd-Fellowsh- ip 22-3- Odd-Fello- -- ? 2t , 23-lm- - 23-2- m 10-0-- " " " 234t -- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS -- ;x-. Mr, H. Z. Duke, of Dallas Texas, 8:30p: m. J. T." Henderson-Treas- ures in Heaven. Remarks: Never in the histo-r- y of Kentucky has there been a better array of Spiritual talent than this program affords. Every man on it has agreed to come. A number of pastors 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. The music will be led by Rev. E. W. Coakley, of Nicholasville, Ky. -- owner of 27 nickel stores, who will Campbells-vlll- e speak each day during The Bible Institute, and who will spend till May 10th in Russell Creek Associa- ' brethren - i We invite all of our and sisters in- Russell Creek Association and adjacent associations to come with us. You cannot afford to miss. If you are "coming to remain Campbellsvilie Bap over night do not fail to write us Of Bible Institute to be Held at 1914. tist Church April 18-a card. It is said that country people will not attend thingsin Danville, The Master Needs Friday, April 17. town. Let's show them such is , Men. 7:30 p. m. H. L. Watts, travelnot true; Bro. Duke and some 11:10 a. m, Dr. J. W. Porter ing shoe salesman, Winona, of the pastors' of Russell Creek The Design of Baptism. SerMiss.,-Th- eB. Y. P. U. Its Association will spend from April mon on the Blood. origin and purpose. 24th till May 6th going from 8:15 p. m. Dr. E. M. Poteat, Lunch. ,. church to church. 1:15 a. m. President J. T. HenPresident Furman UniversiLast, but not least, we are to ty, Greenville, S. C. derson, Sec. Layman's Mis- have g a at Campsionary Movement, Southern Saturday, April 18. bellsvilie May 9th and 10 th with Baptist Convention, Bristol, Bro. 7:30 p'. m. F. L. Watts The Duke to address us, and his Va. Layman Four Square. World's Greatest Need. in the great work in 2:15 p. m. Dr. H. L. Winburn p. m. Dr. E. M. Poteat. 8:15 Texas, that prince of laymen, M. Seeking the Kingdom. April 19. Sunday, H.Wolfe. Mr. Wolfe is a cot9:30 a. m! H. L. Watts Five :15 p. m. Dr. H. L Winburn ton exporter, and deals with men The Lordship of Jesus. Great Things. all over the world. These two 8:15 p.m. H. Z. Duke "My 10:15 a. m. Dr. B. H. Dement, men love the Lord and his, kingExperience of Grace." Professor Sunday School Peddom enough to come to tell what Wednesday April 22. agogy South Baptist Theogreat things God has tlone for 10:11 a. m. J. T. Henderson logical Seminary Train Up them. It looks like we ought to Some ;of the a Child. at least think enough about it to Gospel. 11:12 a. m. Dr. E. M. Poteat. give time to hearing them. tion going from church to church. determines its Socialtdesirability, its Political expediency and its Commercial advantages. Then in the last 'analysis, it must be determined as to. whether or not v it is right or wrong. In this discussion we propose to test the American Saloon by the same Every floor is teeming with the newest ancU best in standard. 1. Measured by its effect upon society, is the liquor traffic deStocks tip the Acme of Excellence The desirability of any sirable? RUGS, CARPETS, DRAPERIES and WALL PAPER question affecting the social weVie with each other for Early Recognition lfare rests in the last analysis on its effect upon the individual, the The Best news of all are our Low Prices, fixed by an family and the community, the Economical Organization, Centrally Located, yet re- basic factors of which societyMs moved from the high rent district. composed. Because of the de lusive effects of the drug and the Hubbuch Bros., & Wellendorff . complexity of the human mechan- SPRING -- 1914. Wall and Floor Coverings PROaRAM 23, ism alcohol was long believed Incorporated harmless and even beneficial to man. Modern science, however, has proven that alcohol is not a 522 and 524 West MarketlSt. For more than Thirty Years Louisville's Leading Carpet and Rug House. home-comin- -- co-labo- rer -- by-produ- cts Lunch. 1:15 p. m. H. Z. Duke, Lay- 11:12 a. m. Dr. J. W. Gillon, State Sec. Missions of Tenn. Owner and Manager of 27 nickle stores, What would you be worth to Christianity if all your property should be taken from you to day, etc. 2:15 p." m. H. L. Watts. 2:45 p. m. Dr. E. M. Poteat. 7:30 p. m. H. Z. Duke Young Man be Strong. 0 p. m. Dr. E. M. Poteat. Monday, April 20. man, Deacon, 8-3- The Unjust Steward. Lunch. 1:15 p. m. Dr. M. P. Hunt, Pastor Twenty-Secon- d and Walnut St. Church, Louis-villFour Degrees in the Christian Life. A Lodge e. Sermon. 2:15 p. m. Rev. W. E. Hunter, Somerset Fallen Angels. 2:50 p. m. J. T. Henderson-So- me Home Problems. 7:30 p. m. Church invites you here brethren. Lunch on the ground each day, and free entertainment while here. If you are interested in the uplift of your Association, your church and the edification of your own heart and the salvation of your children and your neighbor's children, we t invite you to come and show it by your presence. Let's make this surpass in crowds, any political gathering ever had in Taylor county. " Campbellsvilie 10:00 a. m. J. Porter, Leb- Dr. M. P. Hunt-Deep- ening L. C. Kelly. anonHearing the Word. 10:35 a. m. Dr. B. H. Dement of the Christian Life. 8:30 p. m. H. Z. Duke The Single Standard. How The Will of God Real in Our Lives. 11:10 a. m. H. Z. Duke Nine- I Came to Give all I Make Speech Delivered by James Holla- Above the Cost of Living. day, of Adair County, Who Rep- teen Years Tithing. Thursday, April 23. Stan- resented Georgetown Co- Lunch. 1:15 p. m. Dr. H. L. Winburn, s 10:00 Dr. Mr D. Early, llege in an Oratorical Contest at Winchesford. Place and Power vof Pastor Walnut St. Church, ter. the Holy Spirit. Louisville The UniqueTlace 10:40 a. m. J. T. Henderson. IT WON THE SECOND PRIZE. and Power of the Scriptures. Urgency of the Situation in 2:15 p. m. Dr. J. W. Porter, Other Lands. At all stages in the history of Recorder-Exposi- tion Editor Western 11:20 a. m. Dr. J. W. Dillon. the world it has teen difficult to Book of James. Paying the Rent. A Par- establish a single standard by 7:30 p. m. Jno. H, Chandler, able. which to measure an institution, ' 'Efficiency. ' ' Louisville Lunch. , or to estimate the value of a ref8:30 p. m. J. W. Porter Dan1:15 p. m. Dr. M. P. Hunt. ormation. In every age there Safe-guargers and to the The Supreme Goal of the have been four seemingly Modern Home. Christian Life. which have contendTuesday, April 21. 2:15 p. m. Dr. J. W. Gillon ed for supremacy; namely; Social, ' H. W. McNeely, 10:09 . m. Value of Cooperation. Political, Commercial, and ,3:00 p. m. Round Table-- J. T. Deacon and Merchant, In estimating the value oflhe individual, th.sancity 'of Henderson., Tenn., Trail: of the of an existing institution or pro- the home, the teachings, of the 7:30 p. m. H., Z. Duke-La- yRobbers. posed reformation the wise indi- school and church, but it attacks. (Concluded on page 3.) 10:30?a.,ra. Dr.' C.'.VV. Q66k mman as Evangelists. . vidual rc&ucc4MfuQnation first ds dis-tinctvfor- ! Re-Jigio- us. stimulent, but a narcotic; that it lessens a man's efficiency, weakens his intellect, robs him of his vitality and eventually produces the most deadly diseases. Painful experience has shown that its most deadly warfare is waged in the home; where it destroys the manhood of the father, blights the hopes of the mother and robs the children of their birthright. Statistics show that 85 per cent, of the children of are sound, while only 17 per cent, of those of inebriates are healthy. Since the liquor traffic incapacitates the individual and wrecks the home, its baneful effects upon the community and society at large are inevitable. We should not be surprised therefore, that it crowds the corridors of the poor houses, the cells of the prisons and the wards of the asylums, that it conducts its dens of vice and crime in opposition to the school and church. In the light of these facts concerning this great social evil can ,our nation remain indifferent to this institution that is destroying the life,of the Present and blighting the hope of the Future? II. It is the liquor traffic expedient and desirable when judged by America's , Political constitution, standard, t h e which was framed to establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, Dromote the general welfare and secure, the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity? The advocates of thesa-loo- n claim that the abolition of the liquor traffic would destroy the personal liberty of its patrons, but they fail to realize that civilization is characterized by no one thing more clearly than that a part of the personal liberty of the individual must be surrendered in order that the wider, the richer, the more valuable civil liberty of the state may be enjoyed by society as a whole. They disregard the fact that 'our constitution guarantees equal rights to all, but grants special privileges to none. Not only does the liquor traffic undermine the character non-drinke- rs " NOBLE PfcACOCK One of the best sons of the Grand Old Sire, Jordan Peacock, xwill make the season of 1014 at Gradyville, 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 0 prize for the best entered the ring. She won 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, 15?t hands high- - weighs ,050 pounds, is a beautiful five of the saddle gaits with both Mahogany Bay, goes-al- l high as you ever saw a Peacock. He carries ends up as the best natural show tail I ever saw. Has a long goose neck and a beautiful head and a large, brown eye and is strictly sound in every way. NOBLE'S breeding, by Jourdan Peacock, No. 1148, by Peacock 498, by Blue Jeans No. 3. Jourdan's dam, Lena Rivers, No. 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. the-$501 -- 3 JACKS. I will stand 3 first-clas- s ss . - Or-lind- a,. Jacks at $10.00 to insure a Jacks, all- - black mare with foal. These are all first-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; fed at costof ieed. W. L. GRADY. - J ; THE ADAIR COUNTY NiSWS vl tHngHHHMHSBQMMJVriBHnRHVHlHMK9BHWyi w wi3-'1--- ' iV.i. vi, v - v- - .- - x- -. Our 1 m Offer Here is the Offer . dren It should be pleasant to take. contain no harmful substance, and be most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough .Remedy meets these requirements and is a favorite with the mothers of young children everywhere. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad Cough Medicine for Children a purely legal the parsonage loss, Too much care cannot bee used in legislative prohibition is the only by the friction of so selecting a cough medicine for chil- o varied policies of nations, we wonder if in the last analysis M Publications Ever Offered . there is any unchanging standm ard .by which to measure an institution or estimate the value, of , a reformation. From the smoulAm Y4L 1 year $1.00 J.- The Adair County News dering ashes of ruined Empires, I year 1.00 m from the wiSdom of The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1 year m philosophy and from the courts Farm and Fireside, semi-monthl- y. .50 m Household Journal & Floral Life, mthly..l year .25 of our own conscience comes the m r Poultry Husbandry, monthly , 50 ' m decree that rightousness is the 3tt m To Day's Magazine, monthly 50 standard by which all institun tions must be measured. As vm All centuries pass ideals and condi.... tions change, but principles of We consides this the biggest and best bargain we have ever been able to offer our readright and wrong remain the same ers. Our own publication heads the list. The other FIVE have millions of readers and are forever. Human slavery existed too well known to need a further introduction. for centuries supported only by 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 reits commercial value, until it was gret the investment. If you are already a subscriber to any of the above your subscription will be extended one year from time it expires. tested by the single standard of Call or mail all orders to righteousness and was condemnm ed. So has the liquor traffic Ky. lived, endured bv a people ignorant of its economic and social MrAW'vmmr-m'7AWAWevils, supported by the money of its debauched patrons and proThe Single Standard. tected by its tremendous and corrupt political power, until to (Continued from page 2.) day Civic Righteousness asserts BUY the State itself, corrupts its pol- that the saloon has no right to THE VERY BEST itics, controls its elections and rob the laborer of his Cheap paint soon cracks and peels dominates its legislation. Thus gold, no right to carrupttheman-hoo- d off, and is neither useful nor ornamen does the institution dethrone tal. You can have a guarantee of highest of our country and no quality and of absolute satisfaction if you justice, destroy domestic tran-- right to blow its poisonous breath will buy nothing else but quility, overthrow the common into the face of innocent womandefense, and bring into bondage hood and blight her hopes and c Finishes, Stains and Varnishes those to whom the constitution life. In short it has no right to And they will cost you 25 less than other high grade guarantees life, liberty and the exist. The sooner men learn to brands. Tell us your paint needs today and we will send you our PAINT BOOK free. It gives prices and pursuit ofhap'piness. mpasure by this standard, the other valuable information. III. In testing the liquor sooner will the clock of human Kentucky Paint MFg Company, (Incorporated) traffic by a purely commercial progress mark another epoch in 513 W. Market St. standard, two factors must be the world's advance toward LOUISVILLE, KY. liberty, peace and prosconsidered. First its cost. Second, its value. Statistics for the perity. past 35 years sHow that the total v. What then is the ultimate retail cost of . the liquor traffic goal of our endeavor? Is it Lohas been approximately $37,000,-000,00- cal Option? that system by which I R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec 0. G. HABDWICK, Pres. J. 8. COCKF, V. Pres." that during the same the larger Political Unit says to time the traffic has paid the the smaller you shall or shall not United States government have the legal right to commit in internal revenue, wrong. If the traffic were local, 1861 INCORPORATED ESTABLISHED 1889 or almost exactly $1 for every or if principles of right and wrong i WimbWRiGHTS $8 taken out of the people's pock were matters of county and state .jEALERS-Ietsr Injl9ilthe retail cost of lines, this would be a solution. ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. the business reached the enor- But drink is universal.and standGRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS 1301 TfflRTeeNTft-Nftl- N. LOUTSVILLS mous sum of two and one half ards of right and wrong as.bound-les- s billion dollars, while the revenue as the sky. Is it High MOKE STACKS received from it amounted to onwherein the government, ly two hundred and twenty mill- taking a part of the profits ation. When we add to this al- tempts to legalize and civilize Sheet Iron and Tank WorK ready enormous cost the yalue of crime? Have the countless wars the time and material used in the of nations and the priceless blood production of liquor, the cost of of martyrs wrought in vain? 3L && JOBB1NQ WORK SOLICITED r- s of all pauperism, Have they failed to demonstrate of all insanity, two-fift- that compromise cannot settle All Kinds of Machinery Repaircd- of the neglected and aban- moral questions; that parliaments doned children and fully of men cannot transform vice to of all crime, we begin to virtue, sin to service, or wrong realize the cost of the traffic' and, to right? Oniric! v rel!rf 'Hhnnmn.tlsci. Sore Mas. . t? ..!. ..I... .ICUlUi&lU, AJUJkBLJlO. llAn!nYia Y&l.natnR. kaYnnr mnnpr hftRlr Aacauuvuw tomux its defenceless commercial plea. VI. Since past ages have testif it f Alls re any ache in any Dart of the body in! m lieve minuios lime. .. When we consider that in return ed the liquors traffic by Social jfrice 50c. At jilt JJruggtsis, Free umpls iod clreoUx tent on reqout. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. for this vast expenditure it deals standards and found it undersirr Lexington, Ky. j L. 342 East Main St., 69 6f BOURBON POULTRY CURE out to the America people only able, by Potitical standards and down a chicK's throat cures gapes. A few drops In the sin, buffering and death, we re found it inexpedient, by Comdrinking water cures and prevents, cholera, diarrhoea gauoiuercnicK diseases. One , alize that the enormous cost of mercial standards and pronounc-e- d ooc bottle makes 12 pallonsrof on hands a full stock of medicine ail ryHfW fcSampleandabookletdruggists.- ""- I keep on"Dlsnmnc- pncUAts.tnnrt rnhfis. T also fcPAn- the liquor traffic is worse than a it a failure and by Ethical cases or fowls" sent FREE. Bfrwbcn Remedy Co. unagtss,! Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and total loss, and cannot be support-e- d standards and found it wrong, two nearses. triuuipuaci vioBuiJiour upon an economic basis. rlay Residence Rhone ..29, office the only question for'oqi present ministers have sufferd at this community. There are. many-way, ' Phone 98. by which we may .commit IV. After" considering the generation is how to eradicate point, and the children of some j. f. Triptcit, The Adair County News 4iyr .; Coiambia. Ky. (Concluded ou.page 7.) different ideals of men, and the this acknowledge , devil. ,From of whom. have bent offended by One Dollar a Year. MS.. by-go- ne The Biggest Combination Bargain of Standard Our Special Bargain For Each One Year Only Six, Y I f The Adair County News, Columbia, -- toil-boug- ht ? Silver Seal Paints uni-vers- al 0, W.T.PyneMffl& Supply C o. f mRCHiNiSTS N Li-cen- se ;gjgg three-fourth- one-four- th hs two-thir- ds ONE fiOPA . It?.. 1 . i4 i - : and ruined., many social logical solution of the liquor adjustments in different and problem. Effective legislation, strange communities. That so however, must always follow many of them have done so well rather than lead public opinion. is remarkable if not providential. So in this particular case temper- A home like that of the ancient ance laws will prove effective Levite is absolutely necessary only when preceeded by a pre- for the social, mental and moral dominating sentiment in favor of training of children. "There temperance. It follows there- are sermons in stones and brooks, fore that the educator must pre- and there are contributions pospare the way for the legislator sible to child life from the bliss in the solution of this and similar of domestic sources that are inproblems.Today we realize as ne.v-e- r dispensable to its moral and rebefore that the legislator has ligious tutelage. "The old oak failed to keep pace with the ed- en bucket, the mosscovered buckucator and needs to be spurred et, along with every loved spot on to greater endeavor. Although that my infancy knew" make the propagation of Christian ed- and leave impressions that are ucation and the molding of a eternal. There is no estimating temperance sentiment has not the moral values that come to been accomplished all at once, or childhood from the friendly enin a brief period of endeavor, vironments of the established still the movement from dark-ne- home. On the other nand, a to dawn has always been temporary home, which is a mere discernible. When the clouds sleeping place and which belongs have rested most darkly on the to another, fearfully diminishes landscape of human progress all moral contributions from dothey have parted and through mestic sources, and when such a their rift have ever been seen home is arranged and dominated patches of the blue sky and glint- by the parsonage dictator it is deadly to all selfrespect. These ing of the eternal stars. VII. But the impatient reform- transient homes of the itineracy er asks, When shall our victory moreover are by fnecessity debe complete? Our answer is, prived of the conveniences and when men no longer hold that comforts many of those delightpolitics and religion are separate ful things, elegant things of and distinct. But when all shall taste, culture and beauty which agree that a state without right- are possible only to the establisheous officials is incomplete ed home, and all of which means and inefficient. When men realize contributions of culture and rethat principle is more potent than finement which are of infinite party, character more valuable value. It is the home that furthan gold and life more precious nishes a resting place from the than luxury. Then will our un- cares of public life, that is a conion of States consecrated by the solation in sorrow and a joy at blood of patriots and the tears of all times. "It is the sanctuary thelowly.the temple of freedom, of the heart, "and more than any reared by our fathers, stand in other institution in our civil and resplendent glory. , Then.taught religious liberty gives complexby past experiences, inspired by ion to our social and political present duties, encouraged by life as the homes so will be the glorious prospects, let us arise in nation. No one can escape his the might of our manhood and environments and it is impossiutterly destroy this prince of ble therefore to raise a child evils, this power of darkness, with a sensitive nature to be rethe "Red Plague" of human so- fined and free from coarseness ciety, commoly called the Liquor in such parsonage homes as that Traffic. described by A. V. Babbs, where a minister and his wife living in Life of an Itinerant Preacher. a ramshacked parsonage in a neighborhood where the wealth ' (Written for the News,) jran up int0 tfce millions and What a gift of God, "of ser- - where the parjshioners steadily vice," of goodness, is the living neglected the just claims of their ministry of the New Testament pastor, who with his wife sat up to the world! Who can estimate one bitter cold day in their' the cultural .influence, and civil- - kitchen with heavy wraps on by izing power of Christian preach-- 1 the side of a red-hg stove that overthrew the idols of . hl to keeD warm in spite of Rome, One has-- said that, the wraps, and in spite of stove, and best security of civilization is the wife was dead in a week or the dwelling the home. For two from pneumonia. Surely it was fortunate, if not wise reasons therefore, God's financial system made provisions providential, that this pastor and for a settled pastorate, in opposi- his wife had no children to be tion to a homeless itineracy, the disgusted and alienated from the constant tendency of which is to ministry and the church: and prevent and destroy the homing surely these stingy and rich will answer in the day instinct the love of the home and to produce the discontented, f of judgment for the death of 'restless and vacillating spirit of this excellent woman who sacrificed her life to the moral and the wandering. The families of many itinerant and spiritual interests of their ss j ot standpoint un-in- pa-rishio- nes s ; ;Ad' VB ' THE t3 "- ADAIR COUNTY NEWS TIE ADAIR GOUHTY NEWS- - to become peace maker through the avenue of - - BY THE - armed intervention. Peace is Afeir County News Company. precious; warjdreadful, but it is ( Incorporated.) often necessary to secure the EDITOR. former through the latter. HAS. S. HARRIS the facts indicate that sooner or later our government will be compelled finished Every Wednesday O Smart Spring Lormnntr $9.95 $15.00 $19.75 tocn U O Scrubs Fatten Quickly You want your pigs to eat as much as possible when you fatten them. Give them a great variety of feed, keep the appetite keen and the digestion in good order, and you will obtain Ihe desired result; especially if you mix with the grain ration a dose of I put some scrubby-looki- ng hoes in the pen to fatten and rave them Bee Dee STOCKJHEDIC1NE in their feed. I soon had fine.healthy-lookinshqes, Dtmocratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. in-li- ut .Sstered at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-offi- ce as sec-9- & WED. APRIL 22, 1914 " -- Gen. Huerta refused to fire the salute to the American flag, claiming that no insult had been offered. Monday President Wil son went beforefcCongress and O A grand spectacle of styles is presented to? our p'afcrops' in ' this sale of Suits and Dresses. Every Model, every Fabric, every Style worth having, is included in this great collection. Latest ideas of Fashion are faithfully and beautifully expressed in these garments. And the cne big satisfactory advantage in buying here is the great money-saving- , because of our extremely Tow 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 your interest to see the exceptional values we offer at S9 95 , $15.00 and $19.75. ' Bee Dee Whets the appetite STOCK MEDICINE Helps digestion. which netted me over 500 pounds. H. Kisner. Djnlevie, v. Va. 25c, 50c and $1. per ran. At vonr dealer's. P. R4 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 friving more for your dollar than you set elsewhere. You will need Curtains a little later if not now. Why not buy now while selection is best? You will be delighted at the beauty of the patterns, the sterling quality and with the low pricesfat which we offer them. The Curtains we offer for $1.98 are unwe 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 QOp Cj i- - price. In this line you will find English barsrai n for 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 stores for ?3.00. Our price is the best ever offered QO i only for ni Hon. Rollin Hurt is now out .and has been for some time in ..different parts of this district prosecuting his canvass for the nomination for Judge of the Court of Appeals. Our information is such that we are confident jthat he will win the nomination. But there is one thing that his Mends in this and adjoining counties must take notice, and that is, the nomination is to be made at a primary election and that it- is unlike it has been heretofore, the nomination made by convention. When the nomination was made by convention, if a man had ever so small major- ity in a county meeting the f whole vote of the county was i cast for him in the district con- I' mention; not so in a primary. Every vote cast for a candidate is counted for him and every one cast against him is counted against him. We take it that the Democrats of Adair county are substantially unanimous for Mr. Hurt, but being for him will do him no good unless he gets the votes. The nomination will be made at the August primary by popular vote, and all who feel an interest in his nomination and election should bestir themselves .and remind others of the importance of getting out a full vote at the primary. We take it that couuty pride will cause the voters of the home county of - asked that authority be given him to use the armed forces of the United States to bring Huerta to time. The request was readily granted, and in a few days Tampico and other ports in Mexico will be in charge of United States forces. "Uncle Sam" has raised his hand, and the slappinglwill now commence. The old saying, "Keeping everlastingly I at it brings success," certainly hasUbeen.proven in the good roads movement, for the Legislature! of thisj State passed a law providing af5 cent levy for roads which wilUbe returned to the counties willingly to accept Locust Grove Stock Farm j For-the At 9Sc Season of 1914 1 will offer for Pub-licServi- ce, Ball Chief 3806, A.S. H. R. at $25.00 to Insure a Living Colt. DESCRIPTION: BALL CHIEF, in $1.50 (1 - - O Curtain Drapery in Lace and Scrim in plain White, Arab and Colors, the kind that i3 used so much at the present day. Special values 1 Or LUC atoOc, 39c. 25c, 19c andr?, -- D M. J. G&THOF ALTf!l 8- - BRX. a 1 o 424 WeSpMarfcer St. Betveon 4th & ;th. Louisville, Ky. lIOI color is a rich red chestnut, star and snip, right hind pastern white, 5 years old, 1 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. the same underthe condition of puttingjup a similar amount of money. For several years nearly every paper in Lthe State, city and country, nasi urged the necessity of good roads, and while the country sheets are in direct contact with mud roads, "and International Harvester Farm Wagons . BALL CHIEF has for his sire the champion Montgomery Chief 1361, by Bourbon Chief 976, by Harrison Chief 1606, he by Clark Chief. 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900, by Red Squirrel 53, 2nd dam Juella C. by Jewell Denmark 70, he by Washington Denmark 64. 3rd. dam Dew Drop, by Artist 75. 4th. dam by Cabell's Lexiston. He has proven & 7. Jiar 1 V himself a breeder of thy of your careful consideration. high-cla- ss and is in every way wor- Raven Bird 6550 A. S. H. R. ""V-Wf.f- their local conditions would be greatly benefitted by the building of roads, Jyet they have not been more insistent in their demands or more earnest in their pleas, than have the metropolitan journals tor good roads. The country papers have made a good fight, and their localities are bound to profit under the law, while the city press has likewise IMBIM Mil i m cr i By Red Bird G. 1956, he by Joe Brown 1955, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, he by Gist's Black Hawk. 1 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. Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bayfull 1 6 hands high. 7 yearsjold, he has the best of eyes, feet and legs, a beautiful head and neck, a very heavy well set tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He possesses extreme speed, style and action, and the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or. handled. He has five distinct gaits; and goes them all in a most attractive manner. You will note from his breeding that he has for his sire the famous old Red Bird, who has perhaps sird as many high-clashow and sale horses as any stallion in Kentucky, and traces on his dam's side to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all horsemen to be one of the greatest sires that ever lived. Raven Bird is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excellent breeder, and we have every reason to believe that, if he is given an opportunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his worthy sire. Service fee $ 0.00 to insure a living colt. ss ThelHCLine Huier. Bladen, Rtapen Mowert RalcM, SUckers Hy Loaders -- GRAIN AND HAT MACHINES Judge Hobson, Mr. Hurt's opponent for the nomination, to give him a large vote. Adair county citizens, we are sure, will feel Jike doing the same for Mr. Hurt. Conditions between this government and Mexico, for the last few days, have been very much strained resulting from the arrest of U. S. soldiers at Tampico, e and Huerta's refusal to aopol-ogiz- by saluting the American flag by the firing of twenty-on- e guns. In consequence of his failure to obey, the Washington ' Government has enroute to Tampico, fifteen of its large battle ships. It looks very much like the first acts of serious trouble between the two countries, but from general expressions President Wilson is backed up, if not urged on, by an overwhelming public sentiment to accept nothing short of a full and complete obedience to demands of this government. In fact it seems that Congress has virtually said to the President, "If they salute you, give them the countersign, I love you darling Kate; if they run, give them bullets," and throughout the country the people are m accord with present movements. Too long already, insult and injury have been endured purely for the sake of peace, under the hope that Mex- CORN 1ACHINES battled for such improvements Planters, Pickers Binden, Caltiratora the pitching and pulling up of the front bolster, and Ensilage Cutters under the idea that all roads lead it does away with broken king pins and bent circle Snellen. Skrtdders TILLAGE irons. It doubles the bearing surface of the bolster to the cities. The persistent Per, on the sandboard; it increases the life of the wagon; and Disk Harrows distributes strains more evenly, and therefore makes effort of the press has been Csltirators GENERAL LINE the work of hauling easier on the horses. OH tad Gas Eijints through legislation, and With all these points to recommend it, the InterOil Tractors national fifth wheel is worth a trip to town to see. Maasre Spreaders the law opens up the opportunity Crtatt Separators Call on the I H C local dealer who handles Webel or Faro Wagons Columbus wagons and ask him to show you the Mtttr Tracks to every county in the State. It International fifth wheel. You cannot see it on any Tkresaers Grabi Drills other wagon. If you do not know where to go, will be a blind congregation of Feed Grinders drop ub a line and we will give you the name of the Knife Grinders nearest dealer. magistrates who will not levy to Binder Tmn e International Harvester Company of America the full extent to get as much Incorporated) out of the State road fund in the New Albany Ind. Cksmpioa Deering HcCormlck BHlwaakee rear 1915, and we take it that Oslorne Plaao this county will take every dollar available to the extent of a 25 known through the public prints. GEE cent levy. Other gentlemen have been Hon. Shelton Saufley, editor of named as available, like Mr. Stanford, Helm, but no one has made a the Interior-JournaiWADlTS WflW?TOl5e?V and who made a very creditable public announcement. Time record as a member of the last flies, and August will soon be Legislature, from Lincoln coun- here. ty, is being warmly importuned Republicans of Tennessee have to make the race for Congress, in nominated Gov. B. W. Hooper the Eighth district, to succeed for Hon. Spriar-Taet- Hay Priisa lumbus wagons. This one feature makes these two wagons stand out above all the rest as the best and cheapest for a farmer to buy. The fifth wheel prevents SEE the International fifth wheel applied for) on Weber and Co- crys-taliz- ed 1 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 $ 1 0.00 to insure a living colt. 1 first-class i w?EE g l, prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a distance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, or fed at $10.00. In all cases money is due and must be paid when mares are bred to other stock, traded, parted with or removed from the neighborhood. All stock will receive my personal attention, and due care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. I am i A. S. Chewning, Columbia, Ky. Mr. Helm. Saufley is a gentleman of abilily, ) one who has rendered valuable Harvey re-electi- sjffjHsjsjBsjsjsaBHscstaBasflBBBMSBBsaaaBsasasjsiaBBH I Casey's Creek. services to the Demacratic party since he reached his majority, and is exceedingly popular in his home county. A dispatch from Frankfort, published in one of the Louisville dailies, says he is popular over the district, and would make a strong candidate. Mr. Saufley will evidently let the people know of his intentions in a very short time. 5 At the coming August a Democratic prima-r- y candidate for Congress will be nominated in the Eighth district. Who will secure the nomination, no one at this time can tell, as not an aspirant has announced his candidacy. It is believed that Mr. Helm will stand for but he has not made his intentions adjust her own troubles and set up a government that would meet the demands of the day, but this hope seems ,to ico would be founded only on hope, while The two poultry houses at this place are doing a thriving busiat small cost. ness. ITdoesn'trequire any skill Mr. Carl H. Wolford and his 4 beau1-tt .floors, etc., to original Milburn Wolford made a cousin, Simply use PEE GEE combined trip to Louisville last week. stain and varnish. Miss Gertie Walker and Mi. You'U be delighted with the fine results. Try a can today Elby Christie were quietly marit comes in 11 Natural Wood Colors, White, Gold ried at the brides home last Sunand Enamel. All sizes. day afternoon. Mr. Christie is a farmer and Miss Walker is one CO. incorpohatio of our young teachers ,and will iTOUISVUXK, KY. Manufacturers be greatly missed by her many FOR SALE BY A i associates. Paull Drug Company, Mr. Alvin HcWhorter moved Columbia,- -- Kentucky. into our midst last week. Mrs. T. 0. Morton, of Louisville, who has been visiting her, nn.nnto Mi. onrl Mrs C C Goode, returned home Saturday. ' Z. T. Gabbert, of this place, re-Miss Cleo Cave, of Absher, who has been visiting her Aunt, Mrs. turned home last week. y. You can have bright and beautiful Furniture, Floors, and Woodwork Kge "l ! ' PEASLEE-GfAULBER- T could talk it would recommend the Ford. The man who obeys the voice of econemy invests his dollars, He in the Universal car. knows it serves his every purpose best and at lowest costr Buy 'yours If your pocket-boo- k to-da- y. t; "' " - Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford the touriDg car is five fifty: the Detroit complete town car seven fif with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from The Buchanan Lyon Co., Incorporated, Campbells ville, Ky., agents for Taylor, Green andAdair counties. run-abouty-f.o- .b. V IV IV t I.I-J.- ,A.;::.k4jt COJNTY NEWS ... " "Vf, , - .'.f ; Miss Miss-Birdie- day. s Georgia Sparks visited Rosseri; ia'sJ Thurs- . 4 fr9"0"9"Q"6"Q4$9MQ &&&$&&$&&$&& See what Repairs you need for your Corn Drills, Cultivators, Etc., so if we have not got them orrhand, 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- TTEefe Is no sttfcstittte i ': Royal BafcingPow- cleg of making the feesi cake. Bisect and p&stty. Royal is Abancl the solutely only Baking powdet &q& Charley Roberts bought a cow from Luther Fletcher, last week. Additional Locals. M wiinnm i r rr i mm mm Notice. See Goil Bros, for Edison and VicRecords and supplies. 4 6 Pe tor Talking machines, t 25-I- . r- - localMarRet. , lc-da- y. 4 .. 12 made horn Royal gtape cream of tata Eggs Henp...; Chickens Cocks .. .............. ; ..' 12 N The Jeffries Hardware Store. 12 3 00 C Turkeys Geese Ducks. ." 4 fijfglp 10 18 15 Summershade. J soon enter school again. Mrs. Sarah Ball late, of Camp-bellsvill- e, Wool spring clipping Hides (green) Feathers ' 40 6 50 25 2 75 . Try It Is Cheapir to Rtnew Than to Buy Now gf m Ginseng Mr. and Mrs. Omer Ford, of Beeswax whom so many of the Yellow Root this place, visited Mr. Ford's readers of this paper knew, and mother on Casey Creek. They who for several years has been May Applefper lb) also visited relatives in Camp-bellsvil- le totally blind, died on the 28th of For Sale. is a picture of a little sign you will see in our windows. Look at it next time you pass by. i before returning home. March, of old age; She leaves I have a three year old filly which I Jim Willie Pickett sold 2 work one sister, Mrs. Harriet Landis, mules to Mr. Stephens, of Met- of this neighborhood, and one will sell. Broke to ride and drives brother who resides in Peoria, well. I also have a fine young stallion calfe county, for $280. indications of 111. The next of her immediate nearly one year Homer Squires sold six fat a fine saddler and driver. Both perfamily have already gone to the hogs to John A. Hobson, of fectly sound. Parties who want ' good beautiful city of God, .where ones see, Joe M. Harris, Greensburg, for $78. sickness nor death cannot enter. Columbia; Ky. Claud Whitlock and family, of Indianapolis, who have been visRugby. Millinery. iting, his mother, Mrs. J. C. A superb showing 'latest aud Whitlock, of Frye, have return. The reason that I sent in?no nobbiest ideas in spring and ed home. Ladies, Misses and letter last week was that myself Children. For thing is most thorEvery Elmer Squires lost seven head and family were visiting in the oughly aud at a very reasonof hogs by a stack of straw turn- Pyrus, Pickett and Kemp neigh- able price. Whatever is the newest; ing over on them and smother- borhood. , We found our old you'll always find here. Everybody cordially 'invited. ing them. Mrs. Cleo H. Rogers, friends W. S.. Pickett and Walter Greensburg,Ky. Messrs. J. W. Posey and Otha Parnell, of Pyrus, John Rodgers Whitlock returned home from and George Kemp, of Pickett, Reduction Sale. Louisville last week after buying and Bob Pickett, of Kemp, all in good health and making a big From this date to May, 15th I will a supply of spring goods. sell at a heavy discount and many arMrs. Harriett Landis sold 75 preparations for a crop. ticles at cost for cash or produce. hens to Mr. Obe Parson at 15c The people are enjoying medi- Men and boy's clothing and hats will be slaughtered. Will pay the highest um, good health. per pound. market price for eggs, chickens etc. Mrs. Tom Chastine died of conThe prospect for a good wheat D. M. Moore,'.Garlin, Ky. crop is fine, while very few to- sumption and was buried at the t bacco plants have appeared yet. Tarter graveyard one day last Attention Farmers! week. She leaves a husband Mrs. Bramlette Squires has I sell the Read Brands of fertilizers. sold 45 hens to W. G. Pickett at and six children to mourn her Prices range from 95 cents to 31.33 per loss. hundred pounds. I also have Potash 15c per pound. straight. Storage near Hobson ProAll the spare hands in this duce House. See nurt Bros , or .myMrs. Allen Squires has sold $20 worth of eggs since the first of neighborhood are engaged in the self. U. L.: Antle. ' February. She also sold sixty lumber business, which will soon ror Sale. hens to Mr. Obe Parson at 13c exhaust the forests. This is a fine neighborhood and One 151 hand raare mule, 8 years eld, per pound. well broken, good style. Henry Squires sold .50 shoats noted for its hospitality. A. C Wheeler, Ivniflley, Ky. f Mrs. Emma Loy, of Fairplay, to Owen Hardesty, of Campbells-villat 7 cents per pound, also is visiting her parents, Mr. and For Sale. 1 heifer, which will weigh 800 Mrs. West Sparks, of this place. Old Buggies and Harness and two pounds, at six cents per pound, Mr and Mrs. Sel Royse visited farm Wagons, cheap. Goff Bros.. and one four year old mule to F. here last week. Wanted. J. Hancock & son, for $150. Uncle Billy Collins, who has Allen Squires sold one work been on the sick list for some Boards, shingles, post aud cull lum-- . Casey Jones' Store. ber. mule to Harden Craddocd, for time, is better. $140. He also sold 19 shoats to Mrs. Claudie Simpson, who For Sale. Owen Hardesty, at 7 cents per has been on the sick list, is betOne good 4 year old horse one good pound. ter. Goff Bros. 7 year old mule Clem Squires sold six shoats to! Bob Royse has bought out Rubber Tires Put. On and Guaran-Gof- f Owen Hardesty, at 7 cents per Cleve Lacy at Breeding includBros. teed."" pound, also one milch cow and ing house and lot, mail contract calf to Faulkner Bros., for $55. between Breeding and EdmonRussell Creek. Bob Rogers bought a milch ton. Consideration $525. He Miss Bessie Zach Smith i s cow from Jo Ed Johnson, for will rim a blacksmith shop ther.e wrestling with mumps this week. $42. also. Bob certainly knows how Mr. Cicero Hood and wife, of Most every one in this neigh- to nail them on. Mt. Pleasant, were visiting Jas. borhood has been suffering with Aunt Haly Rice, of color, died Wilson and sister last Sunday. bad colds something like grip. near this place last Tuesday, She Messrs. Woodson Montgomery Willie and Lester Squires, stu- was between 100 or 112 years and Stanley Van Hoy were- visitWill and Ernest Cun-d- if dents of the L. W. T. S., while old. It was interesting to hear ing John last Sunday. visiting home, became water her talk. A large crowd of white n Misses Ruth and Elizabeth bound, and were out of school a people attended the burying. Squires were shopping! at Gad-berweek. Fred Janes sprained his ankle last week. nWalter Landis, who is attend- last Sunday, jumping. Mr. Frank Garrison was ing school at the L. W. T. S., Rev. Jo Brake, of Becks' Store, through this country last week was taken very sick and his fa visited in this neighborhood last representing the Pomona Nursery Co., of Bowling Green. Mr. ther was notified, and he brought week. Garrison is a fine young man, his son home, i Walter is very Mrs. Nancy Rupe visited at T. full of business. Luck to you, much improved now aiid will J. Rossen's last Thursday. Frank. old-all N v .- igl THIS That small sign means a good ffi mem mi H deal. It means that we are. a Good Housekeeping Store. It means that we handle the goods .you see advertised in the great national publications. It means also that our reputation is that of dealing fairly and honestly with In every home is Furniture that looks fit only for the attic, or the wood shed. Simply get & can of HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINIS- o'f-th-e our patrons. "I -- summer-Millinery- ( up-to-da- te 22-4- 1 Housekeeping Magazine, as the result of its investigation. We are glad to be recommended by the magazine whose advisor and counselor in scientific matters is Dr. Harvey W. Wiley. The next time you want goods advertised in national magazines and weeklies come and see us. And meantime, come and see us anyhow! h .,.. W...W I.V. UJ 1IUU1 tWUU ...w iom rfnnriAC fn lie frnm flnnM and in a fetr minutes for a few cents you will have a new and handsome chair or tabic, or cabinet. You can give it an Oak or a Mahogany finish, whichever you prefer. No painting experience is needed just Lui tro and a brush. You'll really enjoy the work. FOR SALE BY j M u r r a y B a II Jeweler Jeffries Hardware Store, 0 & Kentucky. Columbia, Columbia, Ky. 23-4- Sam Smith sold a buncn of hogs to Mr. 'Bennett, of Columbia, at 7 cents per pound. Mr. W. E. Squires sold four calves to his brother, Henry Squires, of Neatsburg, last week $Xe Let Us eeX to-da- y. Reason Together Was a Wise Old Saying and that is exacty what I want us to do I want every FARMER who lias Sheep, to investigate my work, and see if thi3 i3 not the place for you to bring or ship your "WOOL to get the best. VALUE for it.JNow if you don't want your Wool Manufactured, I will pay you the BEST HOME MARKET PRICE, for I need every pound of Wool I can get. I am trying to represent the old fashiond goods like our mothers used to make, in the manufacture of Blankets, Flannels, Lincy, Jeans, Yarnes, Etc. Let me hear from your 23-4- t. for $80. John Will .Cundiff sold seven pigs to Mrs. Loren Bradley last week for $10. Ernest Cundiff sold one work 19-t- e, mule to Olie Conover for $135. Wool this season any way. John Hood and sister, Miss Goods shipped cheap by mail anywhere. Emma, were visiting friends at Farmers Woolen Mills, Glenville last Saturday night. E. L. KEEGErMr. John Will and Ernest Cundiff Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. O. Jamestown, Ky. P. were in Greensburg last Saturday buying fertilizer, wire fence and a buggy. Tom Moore of LaFayette, Ind.r Jim Grasham bought a team Henry A. Cundiff, of Cane Valvisiting his brother, Bingham, Tup-ma- n is ley, was visiting his grand par- of work mules from T. T. this week. last week for $400. ents here last Wednesday night. Ed Hancock sold a suckling: J. P. Cundiff sold one mare to calf to Bun Rice for $25 last MonWill Ed Squires and Alvin Page were in Campbellsville last Sol McFarland and bought from day. The same day Lee Farris same party one span of mules sold one to Will Van Hoy for $35, week. paid $200 difference. Mrs. Chat Dohoney, who has Gus Dunbar was visiting W. and Mr. Newt Coffey, of Columbia, been real sick for the past three E. Squires last Saturday night. surveying some land in this weeks, is now improving a little. Miss Carrie Hancock was vis- was Mr. S. G. Banks bought a neighborhood last week. iting at Cane Valley last week. horse of Mark Wilson and in a Owen Wilson was in Camp- few days he was kicked and killMr. Tom Moore,' of Indiana, is week. ed by another horse, visiting his brother, Bingham bellsville last Moore, this week. Cane Valley. - Frank McFarlaiid was visiting in Cumberland county last week. r, Misses Nellie and Grace of Columbia, were visit-in- g Miss Ray Wilson Saturday night. Miss Annie Liz Squires is visiting her brother, Henry Spuires, at Neatsburg, this week; Huf-fake- Claude Edrington made a Business trip to Louisville last week. ry - The boys have organized s Bras3 Band of ten pieces. They have been kept down on account of some of them having, had the mumps since they first organized, but in spite of all draw back: they are playing some nice pieces ping here last Thursday. Mr. John H. Beard, one of our Game Warden T. I. Smith and best old men and a veteran of: Mr. Luther Perryman,. was vis- Jno. B. Phillips, of LefcanbD, are the civil war, is seriously sick afc iting John and Rhue Squires last fishing on Cumberland river this the home of his son.IX H. Bearit , week. ' Later. Died. Friday. week. Mr. and Mrs. Ewing Cundiff, Romine, were visiting the family of Olie Baulc last Sunday. Mrs. Rollin Todd and Miss Cecil Todd, of Romine, were shop- V ir k -- ."fi1" J w2m. .wii: THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS Daily I Spring Laxative and Blood Cleanser Flush.out the ..accupaulated waste and poisons of the winter months; -- Courier - Journal $6.00 a Year Sunday cleans your stomach, liver and kidneys of all impurities. Take Dr. King's ISew Life Pills; notiiing better for purifying the blood. Mild, laxative. Cures constipation makes you feel fine. Take no other. 25c. Recommended by Paull Drug Co. Ad non-griping Notice- - owels are Basis of Child Health help to tone and strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels so that after a brief use of it all laxatives can be dispensed with and nature will do its own work. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one 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. 403 Washington St., Monticello. 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. too powerful for a child. The homes of Sirs. Carrie McDonald, 103G Trigs Ave., Memphis. Tenn., and Mrs. Sallle E. Griffith, Veechdale, Ky., are always supplied with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with them, as with thousands of others, there is no substitute for this grand laxative-I- t is really more than a laxative, for it contains superior tonic properties which IMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. 1 had spells .wnen couia hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by l Courier Journal Jack Chinn $2.00 a Year -- Best Natioual News i State News Local News Market Reports Foreign News political News jflifMBljKjMJUJM a u tt The careful mother, who watches losely the physical peculiarities of her hildren, will soon discover that the .ost Important thing in connection with child's constant good health is to keep !ie bowels regularly open. Sluggish .towels will be followed by loss of appetite, restlessness during sleep, irritability and a dozen and one similar evidences of physical disorder. At the first sign of such disorder give the child a teaspoonful of Dr. C.Jt 'well's Svrup Pepsin at night on retiring and repeat the dose the following night if necessary more than that will scarcely be needed. You will find that the child Will recover its accustomed good spirits Cleveland Bay at once and will eat and sleep normally. This remedy is a vast improvement This celebrated Stallion will make over salts, cathartics, laxative waters the season of 1914 at Will Johnson's and similar things, which are altogether barn, 4$ miles south of Columbia and 1$ miles Wesb of Gadberry, on Pettits Fork Creek, and will serve mares at $6.00 to Insure a living colt. He has We would be pleased to send the proven to be a good breeder. Joe is a dark bay, 16 hands high, Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from heavy built, good style, has the best of now until the first of April for50centsi eyes, feet and legs and in facta perfect Or better still we will furnish the model in every respect. He is the County News, one year and the best and quitest work horse I ever Adair seen, and a fine driver for women with perfect safety, so he needs no further DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. -A 50c AND "JOE" C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY Daily State Journal until April last for $1.23. If you want to keep in in touch with he doings at Frankfort while the Legislature is in session, you should have the State Journal. mHpfB " ' tr -- r' fiK"H J5. ' ,3V Eyes Special Attnetin lo 'This well known Jack --will make the season of 1914 at my It barn,near Milltown, and will be of Everything permitted to serve mares at the ( for Everybody sum of $7.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when the colt comes are the mare parted with. Are you interested in what is All care will be 'taken to preyent taking place day by day all over accidents but not responsible the world ? If you are you NEED should any occur. THE COURIER-JOURNAL- ., J. A C. Browning.' introduction. Money due when colt is foaled. All care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. We willjalso stand a good 7 year old Jack at same! place on same conditions as horse, at the low fee of f 5.00. This Jack is black with mealy points, 14 hands high, heavy built, good style and lias proven himself a good breeder. We thank the people for their past favors and solicit their future ones Cajl and see our stock if interested. Phone Will Johnson. Birdseve view ot our Plant Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. ' """ j&JJ? Z!!ZrJz?Z - - &-- ? 'iiV-'-i- ' LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. 0NBURKSVILLE sasK "SSVySS .. Joseph 3 H. Stone, w Attoney-AMa- Will practice m this and adjoining counties. : is an agent in your .town give him a trial order one If there Johnson Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer Bros.- - Jamstown, Kentucky jnonth Daily day. 75 cents. 50 cents, with Sun-- , Check Your April Cough Thawing frost and April rains chill you 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 doc- G..P. SMYTHE "Largest in Dixie" for PIRE INSURANCE and Ifthera is no agent in your town give order to the paper in which this advertisement appears (you may get a special club-bin- g rate,) or send the order direct to the Courier-Journa- l. The Adair County News and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated Louisville, Kentucky. real;estate Year For Only ' $1.35 tor's treatment and all other remedies failed. Eelief or Jmoney back. PleasantChildren like it. Get a bottle today. 50c and $1.00. "Recommended by Ad Paull Drug Co. WHOLESALE Windows, JDoors, Blinds, Mouldings, EVERYTHING IN WEEKLY has been discontinued, COUIER-JOUR-NAL Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly Enquirer is is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and it is one of the best hoftie metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnins the world's events, and for that reason can triue you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports- - Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscribing for S! theTabove combination right now. Call or mail orders to Columns, Stair WorK, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog J S but FARM AND FAMILY, a leotric It J most excellent illustrated monthly magazine, is a worthy successor. The price is only 25 cents a year. Ask for a sample copy. Courier-Journ- al It When twilight approaches, and you are weary and fretful and nervous, has it ever occurred to you that you feel so just because you nave not given yourself a minute's rest since you arose in the. morning? Clears Complexion Removes Skin feSaI ROOFING Also Elwood and American Fence. f f: a 5 ?i ST. Alston. Kaleich, 1 stomach, head and back." writes H. i ver RSade A ?4ew Kian Of Him. "I was suffering from pain in my Company INCORPORATED Louisville, Ky. Residence Phone-1- Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. .iJ. C "and my and kidneys did no t work right, but four bottles of Electric Bitters mado me fee' J,'ke a new man." PRICE 5G CTS. Ai ALL DRUG STORES. iZt OVER 65 YEARS' - TJKt?1Bnw&Y EXPERIENCE MMfaikTf y-sr- .hM&L B Business Pho e 13 P The Adair County News, y Columbia, Ky. Blemishes life embarrassed and disfigured with pimples, eruptions blackheads, red rough skin, or suffering the tortures of Eczema, itch, tetter, salt rheum. Just ask your druggist for Dr. JJobson's Eczema Ointment. Follow the simple suggestions and your skin worries are over. Mild, Excellent for soothing, effective. babiesand delicate, tender skin. Stops chapping. Always helps. Eelief or money back. 50c. .Recommended by Ad. Paull Drug Co. Why go through M. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST Mi3S3sSBt3aSI Sfeef Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 112-11- found a Cure for Rheumatism CO: Anyone sending & "I suffered with rheumatism for two Office, Front icoms in Jeffries BTd'g years and could not get my right hand to my mouth for that length of time," writes Lee L. Chapman, Mapleton, upstairs. Iowa. "I suffered terrible pain so I could not sleep or lie still at night. Five years ago I began using Chamberlain's Liniment and in two months I was well and have not suffered with rheumatism since." Fot sale by Paull 6 Eaat fiatkei Streef,JRelweenJFirs!and Brook i.ouisvisie. Ky frea whether aa quickly ascertain onr opin-.oinvention is probably patentable. Communications strictly conUdential. HANDBOOK onPateata sent free. Oldest acency for secnrinj? patents. Patents taken through Jlnna & Co. receive tpecial notice, without charce, in tho sketch and description racy Designs Copyrights &c. Trade Marks Columbia, Kentucky Scientific American. handsomely Illustrated weeSly. Larsast circulation of any sclentlflc Journal. Terms. S3 a year: four months, I. Soldbyall newsdealers A survey ltig Land Owners Attention. , -- KIUNH S Co.364 625 York Branch Office. F SU 7ashlncton. D. C Drug Co. Ad Many women act this way day in and year out, yet if some well-intentioned friend should sugT. C. Faulhner, is prepared to do gest a short nap in the afternoon your Surveying correctly. 's or a He has thirty-thre- e years rest in a experience. Charges reachair, the idea would be sonable. Phone 74 or flatly turned down with the write "I never sleep in day T. C. Faulkner, time." These women do not umbla, Ky . that they will never become rested until they give up what seems to them the correct way ot half-hourom-fortab- le re-mar- k: re-ali- ze . There is nothing which so refreshes a tired body and mind as 's a rest every afternoon. If you can make it an hour so much the better. A fixed hour should be set apart for rest every day for the, tired mother and housekeeper, and on ly ax matter of greSt importance should be allowed to interfere. " half-hourV 1 Irs P 1-- fcffl a Woman ? 5 " The Louisville Daily Herald And the ' N s & EfltfJi C X Adair County News . I 1 -- I as H s&ian's more AT One Year Each I FOfl tfjiDETflEf?. & living. Strrightat It., IHHHHHIIHIIE' digest? It isn.tthe spaing preyaration by its remarkable You need Electric Bitters. of Caskets cures has geined a world wide reputa-tioLadies Robes, also a nice Hurse. Lo- Start a month's treatment nothing better for stomach, liver and cation over Cumberland Grocers Co., kidneys. The and people everywhere speak of greatspring tonic. ReiColmnbia, Kyr Phone 52 A. lief or money back. 50c and $1. Rec it in the highest terms of praise. It ommendf d by Paull Drug Co. r .T ,' Ad t is for sale by Paull Drug Cn.-- ' v.ra. UOEtes.-J- tar . i Ad on hands a nice line food won't and Coffiins, and Men and weather. to-da- y; n, , -" -- I keep constantly There is no use of our "beating Strengthens Weak and Tired Women around the bush." We might as well "I was under a great strain nursing a relacive through three months' sick- out wjth it first as last. We want ness," writes Mrs. J. C. Yan De Sande you to try Chamoerlain's Cough Remof Kirkland 111., a"hd "Electric Bitters edy the next time you have a cough Tsepfc be from breaking down. I will never be without it." Do you feel or cold. There is nok reason so far as tired and worn out? No appetite and we can sea why you should not do so.-Thi- For S3.00 '. . SEE ML QRW7S F4 ! I s 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 your subscriptions to - . ' . n. fl. jojsies VetevlDavy Surgeon and Dentist ears experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental "work. Office at residence near - Graded School i v this., office. - ' . - building. PHONE- i NO7K t - H THE ADAIB'COUNTY NEWS' ft J J 9 9 9 5 JJ ff Saved Girl's Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit Black-Draugh- t," I have re- -. !I t THE writes ceived from the use of Thedfprd's Clifton Mills, Ky. Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, fiver and stomach troubles. v I firmly believe ht my little girl's lifer When she had the measles, saved fhey went in' on her, but one good dose of Thedford's ht made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-DraugBlack-Draug- y Kdri'J'a W.'"f fill K VIItLttLJtm 1 1 II Special All Notice TIMES FOR 1918; Persons Who. Are Behind Bk-f- THEDFORD'S BRIGHTER..BETTER, One Year on our Subscrip , BLACK DRAUGM J 5 j in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- ness, malaria, chills and fver, biliousness, and all similar ht has proveo itself a safe, aiIments,Thedford's ffi reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught It is a medicine of known' merit Seventy-fiv- e jE years of splendid success proves "its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Black-Draug- I THE BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF tion Books Will have to Come, off ;f Under LOUISVILLE TIME IS $5.00 TO US, YOU-CAN'GE- A YEAR the Law, if not Paid at once IF YOU WiLL SEND YOUR ORDEH T 5 The i Government ' Look to Your Plumbing x THfADAIRCOUN! NEWS- - Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More ditioneverybody in thehouse is liafeel the benefit of a short relax- ble to contract typhoid or some other You know what happens in a house the.plumbing is in poor conwell as the busy mother, will in which The rushed business girl, as AND ation when she returns from her office in the afternoon. This may to some people, seem an idle waste of time, but it pays in health and good looks. . fever. The digestive organs perform the same functions in the human body as the plumbing does for the house, and they should be kept in first class condition all the time. If you have any trouble with your digestion take Chamberlain's Tablets and you are certain to get quick relief. For sale Ad. by Paull Drug Co. THE LOUISVILEE Life of an than one Year discriminated against in matters of the home have things put off on them, not good enough for their parishioners, but good enough for the preacher and his family people to, who are beneficiaries of his services and but for which service their very lives and property would be in peril every hour. But God in His and therefore m his finan cial syrtem for the support of His ancient preachers, made such ample provisions that they could establish, furnish, and maintain respectable homes, homes too, the preacher does not need it, as though unlike men of other callings', he had no right to comr pensation for service rendered, ' nor even to make any prudent provision against the wants and infirmities of old aee. no not even by putting aside for them the sacred bequeathment of a dying parent. The labor of the ministry is the only service gendered to society that 13 discriminated against. No one ever thinks of withholding the salary of the teacher, the fees of the lawyer or the wages of the workman, because they happen to own a home of their own or have a bank account, and therefore do not need it. The average salary of a minister of the gospel in the United States is about 665 per annum, and many of them don't receive more than $150. The minister of the gospel is expected to itinerate from Dan even to Beersheba, pay all hjs traveling expenses, buy food and clothing for his family, buy books, educate his family. : ' Itinerant Preacher. TIMES (Continued from page 3.) The Daily Louisville And The Times News Adair County Isthe best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic, but gives all the general news. W"e can furnish The Times and The Adah County News both for 4.50 per year. Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. t , Always appreciates trade from AdaitCand Adjoining Counties and is constantly r' t of- - feringand giving to ail comers, Bargains in all Lines of goods 1 murder. But what sort of an in- fluence must a cheerless, com FOR ONLY fortless, ramshacked home like this provided no doubt with d THE LOUISVILLE TIMES hand furniture and other cheap things not good enough the best afternoon paper prin-tefor the parishioners but good anywhere. enough for the parsonages and Has the best corps of corre the preacher have upon the impondents. pressible minds of the ministers children, but - especially if they Covers the Kentucky field psi arenearing young womanhood fectly. or young manhood. Covers the general news fiI How it must humiliate their completely. self respect and, produce in them Has the best and fullest mm an aversion toward the ministry and the church. If as one has kets reports. put it, the impressions made upon DEMOCRATIC in politics bs childhood in the home, and by its environments are like letters fair to everybody. cut in the bark sf a young tree, SEND YOUR SUBSCR1P which grows and widens with age," what must be social hurt, TION RIGHT AWAY and moral wrong done to families of ministers who are forced DENTAL OFE'ICE to occupy these inconvenient, cheerless parsonage homes, if ws Dr. Triplet! may call them homes. DENTIST The-fac- t is, congregations who OVER PAULL DRUGS- C$. provide such ransacked parsonColumbia, Ky.. ages for their ministers as that described Nhut themselves social-- t OITBICE PHONH RES PHONE 2D. ly and morally, as well as their minister and his family, for howi ever 'worthy their pastor- - they Sni i will feel towards him just like the parsonage looks, and they and Indigestion caused ino great distress will grade him socially, though lor iwo years, j. inei. mauy tmuga lor but Rotlittlo belp. till at lastl fonii'l r it in the best pills or medicine I over tried t it may be unconsciously, with the BOTH ONE YEAR $4.50. d sec-on- But this upon the very face of it is an economic impossibility and we have as a result a crippled ministry, and the perilous omen of pastorless and dying churches all over our nation, and that too at a time when .Romanism is making her last grand stand for America. By our disregard of God's Wisdom foresaw all these things, financial system, as one has well send Dry Goods, Clothing and Shot& o any point, by Pareels Post prepaid. can' be-'r- e- Any goods not Satisfactory turned by Parcel Post, if in seven day after sent out '' ' Woodson I rf Br H7ie iv V B "H said: "We have written over the open and inviting door of the most attractive calling in the world the ministry of Jesus Christ, this warning sign all who enter here must become that would be a sermon, and ex- practical beggars for all the ample in the community as every money necessary to carry on and preacher's home should be. Every advocate the cause nearest the faithful preacher is entitled to a heart of Christ and their own home for service rendered, God hearts, and also very often beg being the judge. The homing in the money necessary for their stinct demands it, and mark it, own, and their family's support. all instincts created by God are No wonder then that the young holy, but especially this primeval men coming out of our colleges, and constitutional instinct of the seeing these things, are comhome, and for which God made pelled by their very self respect, provisions in the established to turn away from the sacred homes of his ancient ministry. calling of the ministry to engage And yet' in the very face of these m secular employments. And divinely established homes, and thus it has happened as in the the ample provisions made by days of Nehemiah. The Levite God himself for the comfort and has fled every one to his field, support of these old Testament and hence the house of God, ministers, there are jnembers of through all the rural sections of the church who think that a this nation, like the temple of preacher of the gospel should not Jerusalem in the days of the own property nor even an humble prophet, is left in solitude, and home to which he may go for is desolate. "The Levite has shelter when old and worn out fled every one 'to his field." In in a service for the community many instances faithful minisFES ttTBBMtf?6S second-hande- d furniture that in which they live, and of which ters who have too much self rethey themselves provided for his service they and jtheir families spect to beg for the church and we for themselves and families, and J80H Worse still, the pastor l are daily oenencianes. C. E. Hatfield. Guyan, W. Ta. f home. 25 CENTS PZa BOTTLE AT ALL URt'CG TT5. have actually known faithtul to live in parsonages equipped jcskjuk" and his family cannot escape a ministers of the with second-han- d goods, have lowering of their own self-re- spect, social standing. and in- - gospel, who as a matter of pru- quit preaching and gone into re- WELL DRILLER fluence in the community, when dence, and justice to themselves Ispectable secular employments V v dependent families,! where they can maintain their they submit to these outrageous and their I will drill wells in Adair and impositions. The Methodist were compelled to keep from social dignity, and do simple jusbeadjoining counties. See me any knowledge of any tice to their families. No wonnreachers are the only --class of their people fore contracting. Latest estate, or money, they der then that there is a great, men in the world who can make real machinery of all kinds. wash-stan- d out of the flour bar- might posses above immediate scarcity of ministers in all de-Repairing Done. Give a Pump nominations, but especially of rel, and never lose their social want, lest quarterage, that me 9 Gall. standing. Buttwhy-should- of God's , tithe would be those pf the right sort." min YATES r families- be thus withheld on the pretense that isters A Lover of God and Men. James - n . SSi; ' self-denyi- ng 1 im-yrov- ed pit-tan- ce MC and-'thei- -- -- A 'JA, rx?&x&& rr .- - - Vifa the;adair Gradyville. county-new- s Oh, Ho, Ho, Hum! Spring Fever. .Our boys are catching plenty Wake Up. Shak It Off. ,You Need ROOT JUICE The Wonder Tonic. Braces, Cleanser, and Body PurifieJ. of fish out of our creek this week. Stock Farm 9 The weather has been a little warm for the past few days. We are glad to note that the fruit in this section is not killed. Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nell and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Diddle attended the exercises at Columbia Thursday night. Mr. J. N. Coffey, of Columbia, put in several days of last week in this community surveying. Messrs. Morrison & Baker and McKinney & Bishop are doing jine sawing this good weather. Both of these saw mills are running in this community and are giving quite a number of hands - employment. We are glad to note that uncle Ed Franklin is on the pension roll. The next we want to hear of is Uncle Daniel Mooneyham. of Portland, was here the first of the week and re ports plenty of corn in his section at $1.00 per bu., for sale. Messrs. Frank Dohoney, Ghat Browning and R. W. Shirley of the Milltown section, were here one day last week on business. McKinley Moore and H. Roach, two young men from the Weed sommnnity, have gone to parts W. Xow's the time to give your body , ROOT JUICE will show you these your stomach, bowels, kidneys, and results in a few day's time- - Its the house greatest blood and renovator, system blood a good, cleaning and get rid of the stagnant cteanser, builder, revitalizer and tonic ' impurities that you've been storing up you ever used in all your life. It wakes ' all winter. Your whole system is so i up every part and organ in the body clogged up that every vital organ in 'and it's safemade of Nature's ownt your body is half restoratives r oots asleep. That's what erbs, leaves and ' makes you feel so barks. It's ajnew and lazy, and different kind of ton-yawny. Your vital ic, and a wonder. All energy and steam and good druggists sell ir vim and force are boton a guarantee t.o" tled up and corked so give back every ceni tightly with impuri-tie- s it costs if you're not that they can't ayi-i&. 11 v more than sat'sfied .7, erefc out. .irawm, MXS. a V MnvJe GetTrybottle and try Remove the stoppef lAWlM it for just a it. and watch them sizdays on this guarfew zle Watch the lazy, antee. But rememyawny feeling vanish ber, get the genuine and feel the renovatROOT JUICE and ed blood start rush don't let any unrelia- your ing through t SiirMv w.ri onrrbie p Hn aruggiso insun Hnmi i ,.,!irnh zi ed prXjPPHGKiijS f 1 tired 1 J I K ri I iSSBMBJETi'M?3iiHiiaMM .'jjl 6afcsSBE4lsKl IW if -- I n-- f -- ly your nerves will pick up and how fully rested, refreched you feel after a good night's sleep. wonder-wort- n tired JUICE to Overcome this Tired-Ou- t Feeiing"you by offering some ess imitation of his own. C Yates, from J. Edith. C. Blairs farm, near Missess Etwal Lemmons and Adell Coffey spent Saturday night with Miss Iva Pelley. Miss Bertha Blair Rheber last week. - Jacks At The Fair Grounds. he above picture is a natural photuraph of JUDAS the famous Purcheron miles Staiiion he will make The season of 19f4, at my barn, one and one-ha- lf east of Columbia, on the bumerset road, for the sum of $10 00 to insure a living "I coit. went to , Miss Deaf Walker has been visiting Misses Bertha and Stella Blair for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Coffey were unknown. Their parents are very much distressed. We take visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. -- it that they will be like the Blair last Saturday. Prodigal son as the days go by Miss Era Ellis and sister, Besand will return. sie were visiting their grandma Wilmore & Moss are receiving a few Sundays ago. a new stock of general merchanMrs. Mary Proppes is very dise this week and also a car- sick at this writing. load of fertilizer preparatory for Mr. Jo Blair lost a fine mare the spring trade. colt last week. Miss Sallie Diddle, of ColumMiss Era Ellis spent Sunday bia, is visiting relatives here this night with Miss Bertha Blair. El(i5sjl-:yTKj- 9 DESCRIPTION: Judas is a 6 year old purcheron, a steel gray, weighs 1700 pounds and is 16 hands hig'.i. VU 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 vvith 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 marcs. Se 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. Money due when colt is fualed or mare traded or removed from neighborhood. Ail occur. care will be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any I will offer for public service for the season of 1914, STARLIGHT and young MURPHEY, two high-clas- s An infant of Tacks, at the Columbia Fair Grounds. They are specimens that are rarely ev- Bob Floyd, also er seen in this section of the State They are years old, black in color HUMin wuson. Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. , jf r week. Durham & Hicks, of Sreensburg, who are having quite a lot of timber sawed near this place, were here last week looking after their lumber. They reported that they had 4uite a lot of lumber ready tojbe hauled to the depot at this time. Men that have teams that fare not engaged in their crop can find employment at good prices. Now just turn yourself loose and come down this way if youjwant to get plenty of work to do for yourself and team. Mrs. Christie is spending a few days with relatives in Metcalfe county this week. Mr. Silas Cain has the finest mule colt in this section. When Messrs. you see it you will be convinced. Mr. W. P. Flowers is prizing a very fine crop of tobacco this week. It is certainly a fine crop. Mr. Flowers understands how to grow the weed and he knows exactly how to handle it after it is made. When his crop is put on the market and sold we shall ex-- - with white points, 15 and 15 high, with extreme length, weight, substance and finish. They are exceptionally well bred, having for their sire Mrs. W. E. Blair was visiting the famous show Jack, Kentucky Champion, and out of Starlight Jenat Thomas Miles' last week. nets. The Starlights being the most enjoyed popular family yet known. These The Easter hunt was Jacks have been well cared for and are by the children and old folks. in excellent condition for service. Terms S8.00 to insure a living colt. Farmers are very busy when In all cases money is due when colt the weather permits. is foaled, mare .traded, parted with, bred to other stock or removed from neighborhood. Pickett. -- i uiea recenuy. hands The abotfe mentioned mothers i U If r II many nana vjemury or The Standard of Excellence 'TViic: W. G. McKINLEY. are sisters. Mrs. T. J. Bryant is not so well. Her daughter, Miss Etta, is also on the sick list. Mr. Hayse is slowly improving. H. Barger has suffering intensely for a KF & PSASLEE-GADLBERT in S0.VLS3U))- - evidence of the high quality cf "HM. 's, yarar.tcod $?v Mastic Paint. Every gallon vvwJ-n'-.rrse- - rppnrr? n1n-o- i AJS ' g and mush $riva absolute sure you get KPjHsCArf-in- n Ro &Z Mr. -- Toe been week m g; Geo. Coffey, Agt.' There has been several cases of la grippe in this section in the W. C. Rodgers has got able to last few weeks. do some work. 'Squire W. G. Pickett attended There seems to be lots of to Columbia last bacco plants this time, in this fiscal court in week. W. H. Kemp was on the section. sick The grass is coming fine now list several days of last week. and the people are sure glad to Born to the wife of Dora see it, as it is needed in this part of the country. Kemp on the 10th, a boy. Mr. Rollin Pickett returned from Illinois one day last week. Mr. Ed Whitlock, of Bliss, was here a few days ago on business, We organized our Sunday School the first Sunday in April, so on the second Sunday, we had a large crowd, and after school we had an egg hunt for the chil- pect to hear of the best prices of dren. They sure enjoyed huntany that has been sold from old ing for the eggs. We had a nice Adair this season if it brings its time, and there were 91 enrolled. value. We hope our school will reach Mr. Bridgewater, of Greens-bur- one hundred. was here last week lookWe have had some nice farming after cattle and sheep for ing weather in the last few days, future delivery. He was offer- and the people have certainly ing good prices if the grade of made use of it in turning the stock was the best. g, Mr. Otho Whitlock, of Fry, last and J. W. Posey, of Kemp, were tire community regret his leavMrs. Rebecca Morris, who has in the Louisville market a few ing. days ago, buying their spring fttr. and Mrs. Mont Conover been at the bedside of her niece, goods. entertained several of their Mrs. Chester Subiett, returned A little child of Jim stone, of- friends last Sunday, in their ev- home Sunday. color, was buried at Pickett's er pleasant, happy manner. Mr. J. W. Bryant and family, Chapel cemetery one day last Miss Lula Bryant was a guest Mr. Curtis Bryant arid . family week. of Miss Nannie Bailey last Sunhave rented a large farm near our blacksmith, day. Mr. Alex Estes, Campbellsville, and removed to Mr. W. J. Gabbert visited on is getting a good deal of work to it last week. Green river last week. do in the shop. .Mr. Charley Morris was in Mr. R. A. Montgomery was There is still lots of railroad Campbellsville, Friday. ties to haul in this neighborhood. sick last week. The Coburg Milling Co., continis W. G. Pickett sold a few days Mr. B. B. Montgomery ago a lot of timber. Price $400, , spending a few days with rel ues ta have fine trade. atives here. He has been trav Master Henry Wade received Ozark. eling the past winter in the in a nice box of Easter candies from r - Zr.it with toothache and neuralgia. "The Kind Thac Lasts' ?Zfj There is quite a lot of business PZ NSSS It will save you many a dollar, because it wears lonar, "tO XJX going-o.. . . i in our little community. x. yifx .covers more suriace, ionics Deccer manany otr.ar pamn. 5' The spoke company resumed Asknsforillll5trni-prlhnnl-7.i"TTnmja. .inn1 TTnTrr PDPE1 ! to Paint Them, "also color card, or write direct work last week, at Mr. E. A. J&Z CO., InMnwMted, Locmille, Ky. z&sz McKinley's. Maupin & Co., are S to . S5SS . .Ti Kgir "iiBia5ifeTSL cn...., , busy with their saw mill on the KS Donii uiuS vunijjanj', jm uuii n 'tffcjwbi farm of Mr. Bill Floyd. The Columbia, Kenucky. US farmers are putting in every day that is suitable to farm. Mr. Jo Kearns will remove to Columbia to take charge of the shop and tools he recently purchased from the Helm estate. He is a useful man, and the enFrom Illinois. Hescamp, of this place, week. m ,, t m. .. -- f - mJ. - Jl . WCW to-da- y, Prentice, April 13, '14. Editor News: I am in a strange country, and do not know many people, sol am kinder lonesome and thought I would pass off the time in writing a letter to The News my old home paper. I am a girl of 14 years, and I keep house for my papa. I love to see him come home when he is off at work, for it so lonesome for me alone. I can get out and wander around, but when it is cold I get lonesome. All the company I have when papa is at work, is -- my McMahan's house burned last Saturday, and a por-Mr. J. C. Blair and son were tion of its contents. I under stand there was some insurance jn town on the house. Mr. W. G. Ellis wasin Colum-lii- a. The wheat crop is looking fine last week. f Mri J. Doss is moving his mill in this section Pellyton. to-da- y. soil. Mr. Jim Bro. Chandler filled his reg- Coburg. ular appointment at Clear Spring, last Sunday." The day being vt f fi gave us a beautiful Easter, he Mr. and Mrsi J. B. Peirdwiere; and impressive sermon on the C Resurrection. on business. Mr. Silas Johnson) of Knifley, Born to the .wife of N. A. McKinley, April 14, a daughter. visited his sister, Mrs. B. H. & ... teresfrof his work photography. Jus little cousin, Annie Bell son, of Garlan, Texas. ? Hud- - brought him from my old Kentucky Jiome. Bessie Humphress. Cough Medicine for Children Too much care cannot bee used in little dog Rover. We Sunday School opened at Kelly- ville cliirch last JSunday, with J&" &3 sMrfE. H. Davis Is superintend ent. We are glad . to have him with us as our superintendent for the year. selecting a cough medicine for children It should be pleasant to take, contain no harmful substance and be most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets these requirements and is a favorite with the mothers of young children everywhere. For sale . by Paull Drug Co. Ad