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Friday morning the Base Ball team and the girls' Basket Ball team of Lindsey-WilsoAccompanied by a 2arge crowd of "rooters" journeyed to Campbellsville where they contested lor honors in the above named games 'with the teams at that place. . The girls' game was called first and twas declared by all present to be the imost exciting one of the kind ever witnessed. The Lindsey girls played at 'a great disadvantage, having never played a match game on an outdoor court, but motwitlistanding the fact they put up an ezsellent game and when time was called the score stood 2 and 2. Both sides agreed to play off the tie, but at the'end of twenty more minutes owing o the heat it was thought best to stop the game and allow it to stand a tie. There was only one side to the base n, Anniversary. Program of the Adnir County ical Society Afternoon and Night. Med- New Whole Sale Candy House. Two Sessions, Last Sunday was the nenety-fift- h in the anniversary of United States, and the day was appropriately observed by Russell Spring and Jamestown lodges and members of other lodges in this part of Kentucky, Faubushand Columbia lodges being well represented. The meeting was at Russell Springs and long before the noon hour the town was well filled who were out for a with day's enjoyment. Eight or or ten members of Columbia Lodge left early Sunday Morning, arriving in due time to meet and greet mamy brothers that they had not before had the pleasure of an acquaintance. s and friends At 10:30 the of the institution met at the hall and from that time until the noon hour a number of interesting talks were Odd-Fellowsh- ip Odd-Fellow- s, Odd-Fellow- Iball game, the Lindsej boys out-classi- made. the Campbellsville boys in every xespect. The final score was 9 to 1 iD tfavor of Lindsey, and the one score against them was made on an error, showing that Campbellsvillle was .hardly in the game at all. "Burley" Young pitcher, Leon ILewis catcher, were grandly supported by every member of the team. The teams returned that night about lO.o'dock and were xeceived by a large number of the students on the campus where there was much rejoicing over Dinner followed, and it was a most magnificent affair, an abundance for all of the very best the country af fords, prepared by wives, daughters buch a and .sisters of repast can not be given justice in a short notice. After dinner there were more speech es and social converse, and at the hour of 4 o'clock in the afternoon" the as sembly was dismissed each member and visitor leaving for his respective Odd-Fellow- T. Williams. Little Things, and Other Things, U. L. Taylor. Dr. R. C. McChord, Health Laws. Dr. J. N. McCormack, a general lecture illustrated by lautern slides. This meeting will be at the Courthouse, and we want everybody to attend. It is for the public. S. P. Miller, President, U L. Taylor, Secretary, Z. EGGS FOR SALE. Mr. Geo. R. Miller, born and reared who has been trav eling for wholesale candy houses for AFTKBXOON SESSION twenty years, resigned his position with Reinhart & Newton Co., CincinDiphtheria, S. P. Miller. nati, last week, and formed a partnerPneumonia, W. R. Grissom. ship with Mr. Henry E. Young, who Cerebro Spinal Meningitis, W. F. Cartwright. is also experienced in the business, and the firm will open a wholesole Tuberculosis, C. M. Russell. candy house in Louisville, and hope to Paper their own selection, B. J. Bolin, S. S. Simmons. be ready for business by the first of June. They will occupy a house on KIGnT SESSION. Sixth street, between Main and MarSchool Sanitation, Tobias Huffaker. ket, and left last week for the Eastern General Sanitation, W. S. Chandler. market, where they will purchase an Sanitation Under the Mosiac Law, year immense at this place, and stock. Xext they will install machinery and manufacture their own goods. Mr. Miller is one of the best known traveling salesman in Kentucky and there is not a doubt but he will command a large trade in business for himself. His partner, Mr. Young, is also a popular gentleman, and it is predicted that the tirm will do a prosperous business. It will certainly be patronized by the retail grocerymen throughout this part of Kentucky. s, home. the success of the trip. The following either played in the games at Campbellsville Friday or the teams: Misses Frances Workman, Pruda Hogard, Yirgie Smith, Stella Garnett, Kate Hogard, Flora Powell, and Katie Murrell; Messrs. Lawrence Sullivan, Imel Parrigin, Will Young, Alvin and Leon Lewis, Bryan English, Aimer Reece, Albia Eubank, Aubrey Wilson, Porter Wilborn, Edgar Eeed, Ernest, Joe, and Edgar Harris, Earl Davenport, Forest Sharp, Delphis Taylor John Goff, Edgar Diddle, and Prof. Nelson. Rowe, Capitola and Clarice Webb, Linnie Winfrey, Mary Chandler, Ida ed The delegation from Columbia are Idud in their praise of the success of the gathering, giving the Russell county lodges due credit for a most en. joyable day. It is the expression of one that Russell Springs, Jamestown and Faubush lodges may continue to grow until they cover much more ter ritory, and when they have finished .work in organizations here below, they may o$ pecmiuteu iu imai uib jjio,uuid, enter in at the straight gate, where Friendship, Love and Truth reigns and where true happiness prevails forever and forever. Odd-Fello- w HON. ROLLIN HURT, You are invited to call and see my From Pure Bred White Faced Black big stock of children's hats, all prices Spanish chickens, from prize winning from 50c to $2.00. " pen. Owing to lateness of season I t. Mrs. George Staples. will sell for $1.25 for 15; 2.00 for 30. Mus. E. L. fe'EESE, Columbia, Ky. RECEIVER'S NOTICE. 26-l25-t- f. P. O. Box 173. -Candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratic August primary. Mr. H:Z. Duke Will Visit Columbia. Local Political Notes. On Mondav. Ma the 4te. there will be two services held at the Presbyterian Church,' under the auspices of the Baptist Church. These meetings will be at 2:30 in the afternoon 7:30 in the Monarch S. Hundley has been suggested as a for cash. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Conlmonwealth of Kentucky, ) On Relation of Ben L.Bruner V Pltf. J Secretary of State, 20 Pounds Granulated Sugar $1.00, against Pilgrim (Roasted) Coffee 15c per pound, ? Citizens Bank, Columbia. This WeeR. " " 20c per pound, . 26-2- t. f candidate for the legislature, to repre- RUSSELL & CO. sent this notorial district, composed of McLennan, Falls and Limestone counties. 'Joe Coffey, it is said, will not be in tharace, and Mr. Hundley is being urged by a numbei of friends in Waco and elsewhere. He has so far declined to announqer and says he will not do so. He declares he could not afford to serve in the legislature, even though he was assured of election. He says his business affairs are not in shape forsuch a step. If Mr. Hundley should announce, he would oe elected without much opposition, as he is very popular with the masses. Moody Courier. '" Mr. Hundley is a native of Adair countyj a son of the late James M. Hundiey,who 'was an old settler near Breecjjpg. Two brothers, John C. and James In . Hundley, are still living near Breeding. Mr. Hundley was once a teacher in the public schools in this county, having taught at Zion, Glensfork, and several other schools here. He went to Texas in the winter of 1884, and engaged in the mercantile business in Grayson county, Texas, and in 1890 moved to Moody where he engaged in the newspaper business for a number of years. He is now engaged in the fire insurance business, and has been for a number of years, owning one of the most successful agency plants in the State. He does a very large business, and has never had a claim contested. He is well known in the insurance field, a member of the Underwriters Association, of Texas, having served as of that body for a number of years. He has always taken a great interest in local and state politics. He is a Progressive Democrat and has always made a fight along that line. The above notice will no doubt be of interest to a host of friends here. Mr. Hundley also owns considerable real estate and is a dirictor of one of the large Banks of his locality. vice-president Ten Per Cent. Raise. Ccunty Sudge Geo." T. "Herriford has been notified by the Board of Equalization that the land and personal prop erty of Adair county have been raised 10 per cenfcr. Persons who are in position to know say that a great deaL of land in Adair county was not listed, hence the raise. This raise is quite an item to persons who have given in large lists. Notice. By virtue of Execution office No-198- NOTICE. We wish to inform the people of Adair county that we are representing the Pomona Nursery, at Bowling Green. This Nursery has been in business 25 years and has 500 acres in select nursery stock, puting out a first-claline of trees. Why not buy your trees that are already acclimated and save the experimenter's loss? We expect to visit every farmer within the next few weeks. See us and get our prices before you buy. HARRIS & GARRISON, Columbia, Kentucky. ' ss of the Clerk of the the Adair Circuit Court on the 18th day of April, 1914, in suit of . L.. C. Winfrey Receiver Citizens Bank against W, H. Wilson for the sum of six hundred and four dollars arid seventy-nin- e cents, ($604.79,) with six per cent, interest from the 17th day of September, 1913, and nine dollars and fifteen cents ($9.15) costs and Sheriff's commission, and other costs, I will offer for sale and sell to the highest and best bidder door in Columbia, Ky., pnMayl6thL 1914, at about one o'clock, p. m., on a credit of six Courb-house at the Sonje Trading. Mr. Frank Sinclair has soldhisstock of goods in this place to Mr. W. H. Gill and Mr. Tom Waggener. The inventory will be taken nest week, and the new firm will conduct a general store at the same stand. In the deal Mr. Sinclair takes in the grocery .store owned by Wilson & Gill. Mr. Wilson, for the present, will not engage in any kind of business. The grocery store will be conducted as we understand, by Messrs. Ed and Al Sinclair, who will occupy the same house. Mr. Sinclair has been a merchant at this place for a good many years, and lias been very successful, and his only reason for selling is declining health. He has made many friends, all of whom trust that when he gets into the open his health may be restored. The new firm is composed of staunch citizens, and their many friends hope how well it may do. Mr. Wilson is a high gentleman, who will have the best wishes for suc--cein any business he may under- months bearing interest from date with approved security required from the purchaser and a lien is retained on the land sold herein, the following tract or parcel of land levied on as the property of W. H. Wilson subject to a mortgage lien' of about $33 92 in favor of W. F. Cartwright, and a public road or street 20 feet wide on the East side of said land. Said land to be sold lies in the Town of Columbia, Ky., and is bounded as follown: On the North by the public road leading tothe Mulligan Addition; on the East side by the public road or staeet 20 feet wide and not included in this sale; on the South by the lands of J. M. Russell; on the West by the lands of W. H. Wilson. Said land containing about H acres more or less. Columbia, Ky , April 25th, 1914. S. H Mitchell, Sheriff, 26 at. Adair County, Ky. evening. Mr. Duke is making a campaign through the Russell Creek Association, the purpose of which is to arouse deeper interest and effort in God's Coming Klpgdom. I urge not only our own Baptist people, and especially the men, but the people of all denominations to attend these meetings. Let the men of this community consider these meetings and attend them not merely from a sense of duty, but as a privilege. Mr. Duke is" a great business man who has given himself and his business entirely to the Lord. I beg you to hear him Mr. Duke will be at Zion on Tuesday, May 5th, The services will begin at 10 o'clock. Lunch on the the ground. On Wednesday May 6, he will be at Cane Valley. Dinner on the ground, Let everybody attend. O. P. Bush will have oil display Thursday, April 30th, a line of shapes, and all Pianist, Listen! - Notice of Sale of Overdraft Accounts. In obedience to an Order of the Adair Circuit Court, made at its September term. 1912, 1 will, as Receiver of said Bank, at the Court-hous- e door, in Columbia, Adair county, Ky., on. Monday, the 4th day of May, it being-CountCourt, offer for sale to tha highest bidder, for cash in hand, all accounts, on the the unpaid Over-draf- t books of said Bank, as follows, Walter Arnold $ 3 41 7 15 Frank Alle 1 75 Alven Bennett 11 90 J. T. Brockman 1 06 W. B. Burton 45 C. B. Beard 29 94 Clayton S. Bell 3 00 J. A. Burton y to-w- it At Finis Blakey H. R. Carnes W. S. Chapman A. D. Coy II St 03 vl 1 King Baggot Rag. (BY G. VT. LOWE-) Jim Coffey ' 1 00 19 63 2 40 17 80 A real rag. a real hit, a real idea, a Mrs. C. A. Coy real melody. That's all. Send for it. E. W. Cook Price, net 25c,. per copy.. Address, V. M. Compton G. W. Lowe, Columbia, Ky. James Coats - 48 85 1 00 3 00 25 15 00 J. L. Cooper Dr. C. A. Cox I the newNovelties in 26-l- t. Mid-Summ- er Mil- linery, Lace Hats, etc. them. Call and see Mrs. George Staples. Next Monday will be County Court. Persons who are indebted to this office, and who will be in Columbia, are requested to call and make payment. Kb one man owes a large sum, but there are any number who are due us small amounts, and when die little debts are collected quite a sum has been gathered. We need all that is due the office and we hope that this notice will be heeded. Educational Picture Show. Nelson will give an exhibition of and kodak prints collected during his Euporecn travels, at Lindsey:Wilson Tuesday night May 6, beginning at 7:30. The pictures are projected on a screen by reflection, are magnified and clear enough to be seen from all parts of the room. Pictures from Italy. England, Switzerland Germany will be shown, including scenery, architecture and pafntings. Admission 15c.; pupils of either school, 10c. Mr. s ss Jim Ed Bomar and a man named Smith, both colored, got into trouble near the colored churches last Saturday night, and while the fight was in progress, Effie Smith, sister of one of the antagonist, ran in, receiving a cut on one of her hands. Smith and Bomar, were before Judge Herriford Monday morning and were fined 15 each. Wool Wanted. C. D. post-card- Examinations. The examination for Common audi-ditoriu- take. Mr. Marvin Young has rented his residence, on Burkesville street to Mr. S. W. Beck and possession will be given next week. Mr. and Mrs W. B. Patteson, who are occupying rooms in the home, have rented apartments from Mrs. Sarah Bradshaw and will remove this week. It is our understanding that Mr. Young will remove to'St. Louis, or sqme other point in the west. r u 10 a. m., and continue 8 days. 'T We publish a letter this week from The debate is on the differences of Mr. George Heck Burton, Troy, S. C. the religous beliefs of the debaters. Mr. Burton is a native of Columbia Rev. Sheffer is of the Methodist and is a brother of Mrs. Mary Shearer, Church, and Rev. Moreman is of the Mrs. J. N". Page and Miss Ellen Bur- Deciple Church. ton. He was a gallant soldier in the Confederate army, and his letter menMr. Gordon Montgomery lost av fin caught. tions some of his comrades. Jersey cow, valued at seventy dollars "Mr. R. F. Paull has purchased an the Christian Church, last- Friday Monday. This Is the second. loas,ofan Buchan-WLyo- n evening, was largely attended, and Rev. Marvin Perryman will preach The schools "'Will be out ia a very Quite a number of Columbians ..put automobile, a Ford,frrom the ' .nuiife a little sum of monev was real- - at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon at cow by kr.v Montgomery in thelafc Company-,aait arrived last short time. :? r-- . out their gardens the latter jiwiHrf r "awl. year. .. WsdnaaCay af ternook Disafttefioent next Sunday. week, - We pay the highest cash price. Campbellsville Manufacturing Co., Mr. Corbette Breeding has accepted Campbellsville, Ky., or we will man- and will travel for the International ufacture your wool as you direct. He is a good Harvester Company. man and we believe he will command a good business. Next Sabbath will be Kentucky Sunday School Day. Gov. McCreary ent's office. Lost. Tobias Huffaker, Supt., A. C. S. has issued a proclamation, calling upon every child and every grown person in One pair of ladies long elbow kid the State to attend Sunday School on gloves, between Grady ville and Colum':, ; - Millinery. that day. bia. Finder will please notify Found. 26-- lt My stock of millinery goods is now Mrs. L. C. Nell, Rubber Tires Put On and Guaran-Gof- f open. '.The ladles are cordially invit-e- d Gradyvllle, Ky. Bros. A ladies coral bar pin was found a teed. to call see style and get prices. few days ago in this office, The owner Mrs. W. L. Russell, boys who have been angling for The Trill please call. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hurt have reKnlfiey, Ky. some luck, sevperch have met with moved to their new home in the very fine ones having ben , eral The silver tea given by the ladies of Highlands, Southern portion of 23-2- at the county superintendent's office on the second Friday and Saturday in May, beginning at, 9 a. m., on Friday. The white teacher's examination for certificates to teach will be held at the Graded School building on the third Friday arid Saturday in May, beginning at 9 a. m., on Friday. No third class certificates willbe issued. The colored teacher's examination will be held on the fourth Friday and Saturday in May at the SuperintendSchool Diploma will be held munity. ,8 26 He was a zealous Mason, a member James Pile 02 George Parsons of Sparksville Lodge, and was buried 5 00 George TS. Rosenfield by the fraternity He had been sick 33 26 C. C. Roe, Jr. for several months. . 9 43 F. M. Robinson 2 00 Ed Stone, (col.) Machine Shop. 05 L. C. Stone 22 21 Alice O. Taylor 20 lhave purchased the W. A. Helm J. M. Turner 2 25 outfit, and am located at his former Otis Taylor 2 00 shops on Bomar Heights, Columbia, F. W. Wilson 1 10 Ky. I am prepared to do do all kinds Matthew Wooten f 4 10 of work in the way of repairing ma- Mcse Wooten chinery. I also furnish repairs, in All accounts less than $5.00 will be compounded and sold together, and either brass or iron fixtures. I am fully qualified to do all kinds any account over $5.00 on which there of work. I solicit your patronage. is no bid will be compounded witha simJ. ilar account and sold together there with. The band boys expect to play out in A proper assignment will be made the open in a very short time, They to the purchaser o f any account. are making very good music. A band April 21st, 1914 0 is the life of a town and we hope the L. C Winfrey, Receiver organization will stay together. Citizens Bank. 26-2s. Maggie Dishman , v10 43 John Grady, (col.) G( 75 Luther Gluff 1 70 Erline Grissom Last Tuesday afternoon the earthly 50 career of Mr. G. G. Campbell, whose Walter Gluff 13 48 Grover Grissom home was on Harrodsfork, near Diri-g114 79 P. Virge Grissom ended. 4 83 W. F. Hancock He would have been sixty-on- e years G 14 Linwood W. Helm o!d had he lived until the 4th of next 80 76 February. There was no better citi- H. F. Iserman Jones & Coffey, C. C. and J. C. 19 00 zen in the neighborhood, and he will 2 90 be greatly missed, not only by his im- Lee Kerns 5 00 C. E. Kingery mediate family, but by the entire com03 J. L. Lasley Death of a Good Citizens. o, Beef is a scarce article in this to wn, an Debate. in fact there has not been any on the market for many moons. The butchTo be held at Mansville, Ky., Rp.v. B. F. Sheffer and Rev. J. ers claim there are no fat cattle on the market. R. Moreman, beginning May 4th, at-Shefler-Moremfln T ton. 23-l- m v -- last ftT ' vf.",'f B&b. d$Sk' - THfe ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Oldest Living Woman. Jir " WANTED One Million People IN THE FreeSpeech: FromMiSwa.f Toledo, April, 12, '14. Perhaps the oldest woman now Editor News: In the last few years the quesAfter seeing my letter was tion has arisen at Spokane, San living is Gertrude Alto, of Old printed a few weeks ago, I will Diego, Paterson, Little Falls, Town, San Diego, Cal. She is of try to write again. and other cities, What is free speech? In all these cities men alleging that they were simply exercising their constitutional right of free speech were punished with more or less severity, the courts holding that the exercise of free speech by no means permitted inciting to riot, destruction of property, and bloodshed. The courts decided fully in accordance with numerous opinions of learned jurists, and yet the question remains, at least in the opinion of the Na tional Civic Federation, which has just appointed a committee of distinguished men to investi gate and report an answer to it. If all the opinions of learned jurists were martialed in ev idence and the many decisions of courts, also, there would appear to be but one answer, and that is, speech is free so long as it Mexican Aztec Indian blood, and This leaves me fine and havis believed to be in her one hun- ing a good time. There is ceryear of tainly a good time in Iowa for dred and twenty-fourt- h age. She saw ' the mornfng any one. l liKe tnis part or tne came to dawn, the noonday, brightness, State fine. When I first Toledo I didn't think I had many and the waning twilight and affriends, but I have met lots of terglow of her own generation, people who came from Kenand now stands as its lone sur- tucky. When I first got here I viving representative a full gen- went to Bro. J. R. Woodrum's eration after its sunset. She is and took supper, and he certainhale and hearty and has a relish ly has been nice to me since I came out here, also his brother for her food. Through her SPRWG -- 1914. Every floor is teeming with the newest and best in Sunday Schools of Kentucky MAY Wall and Floor Coverings Stocks tip the Acme of Excellence RUGS, CARPETS, DRAPERIES and WALL PAPER Vie with each other for Early Recognition The Best news of ,all are our Low Prices, fixed by an re- 3rd Will You Be There? Kentucky Sunday School Association. Sparksville. Born to the wife of W. K. Akin, on the 6th, a girl. W. H. Baker is very sick at this writing. Evan Akin and wife, of visited relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday. Jim Roop's cow died one day Gad-berr- y, last week. Mr. Green Murphy lost a yery fine horse Monday night. Mrs. S. B. Wooten and daughter have been confined to their room with lagrippe. W. L. Gadberry Gad-berr- granddaughter as interpreter, she declares she never saw a sick day in all her long life. She is still able to easily walk about her immediate neighbhood when aided by someone to lead her, as she is nearly blind. In her earlier years it was her delight to go five miles up the valley on foot to the old San Diego Mission for the service at 6:30 in the morning. She attributes her great age and her strength to g regular habits of does not interfere with the rights her of others. When it does so in- outdoor life. life-lon- Economical Organization, Centrally Located, yet moved from the high rent district. and sister and their families which attached themselves to the steel plates of a vessel and fastened themselves by hundreds to her sides retarding the ship's Landed in the fcn. progress. Strriglit aflt. The steamer was in the Gulf There is no use of our "beating Up in Garrard county the oth-e- r Stream, north of Cuba, when around the bush." We might as well day a man who hit a country she began to slow down. The out with it first as last. We want with officers Were at a lo3S to account you to try Chamoerlaln's Cough Rem- school teacher on the head edy the next time you have a cough a stone, was tried in the circuit for the change in the progress of or cold. There is no reason so far as court. He landed a sentence of the craft. Several sailors said we can see why you should not do so. from one to five years in the they felt a tingling sensation This preyaration by its remarkable penitentiary, which seems to be about their feet and finger-tip- s. cures has geined a world wide reputa about the proper amount for a On the 28th, the county board The steamer was held back tion, and people everywhere speak of ' t in the highest terms of praise. It man who would so grievously 0f education met at Jamestown, strangely. Members of the crew pedagogue. The and let the contract for a new became alarmed. Ad mistreat a rural is for sale by Paull Drug Cn. teachers all have their troubles, school house at this place, size A sailor looked over the side NOTICE. and considering the responsibili- of rooms as follows: First, 24 x and saw it was plastered with "We wish to inform the people ty of their position they are the 24; second, 24 x 22; third, 18 x strange-lookin- g fish. They were Adair county that we are repre- poorest paid working men on 12. Mr. M. L. Owens, our very of two or three thick along the port senting the Pomona Nursery, at today, efficient trustee, is doing all in side under water. The d RowlinS Green. This Nursery has the American continent years and has We use the word "working" men his power for the educational upbeen in business 25 side also was covered, and those acres in select nursery stock, advisedly for teaching 3chool is 300 lift and bettermentof the com on board believe the fi3h extendline of trees. puting out a first-clasort of work, as any munity. ed to the keel plates. Whv not buy your trees that are the hardest and save the one who has tried it for even a already acclimated Mrs. Elihu Collins is in a very As the Rochelle moved north experimenter's loss? We expect little while, can testify. State critical condition at this writing. and got out of the warm waters to visit every fanner within the Journal.' Alva Grideraold a threeyear-ol- d of the stream the fish dropped next few weeks. See us and get you buy. our prices before filly to M.- - L. Grider, . of near offand.the vessel immediately 'Bubber Tires Pub On. and GuaranHARRIS & GARRISON, Gtoff Brog. teed. returned her speed. Jamestown, for $113. Columbia, Kentucky. star-boarss terfere speech is license, and and wife, Jr., with license there can be no of Gadberry, visited Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. compromise because of its dangerous character. If liC. C. Rowe, last week. Mrs. Arena Gowen spent Sun- cense had not been tolerated to the extent it has been, it day with relatives near Weed. Tilden Wheeler and family would not now be sought as it is, visited J. B. Garmon Sunday. for those who loudest demand Mr. Porter Bird and wife, of free speech really ask license, Glasgow Junction, visited at this and, denied it, generally resort place last week. to violence. These only will find Dan Tarter and wife, Woodie in the answer of the Civic FedHenderson and Lum Hill spent eration's committee keenest disthe week end with J. R. Akin appointment, because that anand wife. The Sunday School at Antioch swer will most certainly restrain, is getting along fine. This is the and limit them in their speech. third year, and it is getting better all the time. Mr. Frank Fir- Strengthens Weak and Tired Women kin is the superintendent, and 0. "I was under a great strain nursing G. Rowe, secretary. a relaoive through three months' sickJoseph Henson and wife spent ness," writes Mrs. J. C. Yan De Sande Sunday with C. C. Henson and of Kirkland 111., and "Electric Bitters kept me from breaking down. I will family. never be without it." Do you feel J. T. Rose and wife spent Sun- tired and worn out? No appetite aud day with Lucien Gadberry and food won't digest? It isn.t the spiing weather. You need Electric Bitters. wife. Start a month's treatment Elroy Rowe sold one cow to Jo nothing better for stomach, liver and Smith for $42. kidneys. The great spring tonic. BeMrs. Hattie Rose aud Mrs. lief or money back. 50c and $1. RecClara Gilpin were in Gradyville ommended by Paull Drug Co. Ad one day last week shopping. y's Clears Complexion Removes Skin Blemishes Why go through life embarrassed and disfigured with pimples, eruptions blackheads, red rough skin, or suffering the tortures of Eczema, itch, tet- ter, salt rheum. Just ask your drug- gist for Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment. Follow the simple suggestions and your skin worries are over. Mild, Excellent for soothing, effective. and delicate, tender skin. Stops babies chapping. Always helps. Belief or money back. 50c. Recommended by Ad. soon. Paull Drug Co. Owensby. have shown respect to me. There isn't anything like having some good old Kentucky friends, Is there? Well, I am working on a farm 3 miles East of Toledo. I have a nice man to work for. I think he feels in sympathy with a boy 800 miles from home. Has a farm of 180 acres, and we will cultivate about a hundred. This is a nice farming country. The soil is sandy, and lots of corn and oats are raised here. This has been a fine Easter Sunday. I was in town and took dinner with Mr. Jim Bridge and family some more good friends, so Easter Sunday was a pleasant day for me. I went to the U. B. Church this morning, and a large congregation was in attendance. There are some fine churches in Toledo, and it is a fine little town every way. The farmers are not doing much farming here yet. We had a snow the 10th of April, but it is fine weather now, and the farmers will get busy to-day, Hubbuch Bros., & Wcllendorff Incorporated 522 and 524 West Market.St. For more than Thirty Years, Louisville's Leading Carpet and Rug House. f NOBLE PfcACOCK One of the best sons of the Grand Old Sire, Jordan Peacock, will 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 entered the ring. She won the $500 prize for the best stallion, mare or gelding. Also $50 for the most beautiful stallion, mare or gelding, and for the best saddle mare, 4 years old and over, and she 's a Peacock, too. The stock that you have heard some stallion owners say couldn't do nothing, but when they come to a showdown they are always in the money and especially when you have one to sell. Description of NOBLE PEACOCK: He is 6 years old. 151 hands high- - weighs 1,050 pounds, is a beautiful Mahogany Bay, goes all five of the saddle gaits with both ends up as high as you ever saw a Peacock. He carries the best natural show tail I ever saw. Has a long goose neck and a beautiful head andva 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. I would like to hear from some of my old Kentucky friends, and hear if Thelbert Walker or Harden Tucker have got married yet, or fooled? Ha, ha! I will close and write some another time. I hope to see you Yours truly, all Chas. E. Tucker, X-ma- It seems that old man winter is visiting us for a few days more. ' On the 15th the post office at this place will be discontinued a statement we regret to make, for it will be a great inconvenience to the neighborhood and community, but as Mr. Owens is going to follow the pursuit of Agriculture, he can't well afford to keep the office alone. s. Queer Fish Story. A remarkable story is by fishermen about electric fish, otherwise known as torpedo fish to-da- y People met at Bethlehem the first Sunday, and organized Sun day School. It being Rev. Montgomery's regular day at Mt. Pleasant. We are glad to know there are yet a few people who are trying to promulgate the cause of Christianity, and implant upon the mind of the youth the blessed truths, that will cause them to follow in the path of the righteous, and aspire to nobler men and women. 3 JACKS. Jacks at $10.00 to insure a Jacs, all black mare with foal. These are all first-clas- s style. with 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 cost of feed. I will stand size-and- - 3 first-clas- s W. L. 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The other FIVE have millions of readers and are too well known to need a further introduction. Please remember our contract with the publishers is limited and this offer may be withdrawn at any time. Take advantage now while the opportunity is yours and you will not regret the investment. If you are already a subscriber to any of the above your subscription will be extended one year from time it expires. Call or mail all orders to John Rossen last Thursday night.- Cole Camp. The Adair County News, w Columbia, Ky. rvr-i-a-y I The people of this neighborhood were very glad to see the high water last week. They got their log and tie rafts all off. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Thomas and Miss Mamie Baker and Mr. Gilliam Baker spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Baker. 'jff:'M7&&aw?a'zitoC3Hzr?vurxu)B'?!Mt. "supra w?mw:i&&mwK&mwsmw&arz!(ar?3a r t.T fyrwaorM'xr -- round me seemed hateful, and I Mr. Elmer Blair visited Sam am sure I must have been the same. Polstens last Sunday. The next time I began to feel e The at Owensby is g sarcastic and I going to be discontinued, dropped the task in hand, donned The old Moore school house is fresh apparel and wont out to going to be sold and a new three call on a neighbor. It chanced room house built. Thank you that I made a mistake that time, Mr. Owens, we need it. for I found my neighbor's home t and nicer than my own better Roy. Everything was spick and span. B. F. Allison and Edwin Stapp There were no children to strow have returned from a trip to things over the floor. At home well, there were three babies Danville. The Sunday School at Provi ranging in age from 5 years to 1. dence is progressing nicely. W. So by the time I reached home E. Stapp is Supt. The school the blue elves had gained the day gave $15.50 for Missions last and my visit had made me feel worse than before. Sunday. Post-officfault-findin- BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels neither useful nor ornamen tal. 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One BOc bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine A all druggist. Sampleand Dooklet on"Dls- "scboi towis' sent FREE. tf WHJRBON POULTRY CURE a Eewfeea Rewedjr Co. lexuspen. tj The Adair County News One Dollar a YeaK bet Edison's. next OnJeVW rellT RhBnmntlnn. Sore Mai. has a phonograph. !.. nnlranYA llAH.fTia .nil II niTi Tnnr Tnnnnv tinrk- if it fails tO re A woman's idea of a good lieve anr ache in any vart of the body in flftftpn Tnlnntfk timft. ouc. ax jlu Jjruggws jrnce newspaper is one in wnich an arFree simple and circular tent on request. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. Lexington, Ky.j 342 East Main St., ticle describing a new way to do up the hair is given two columns a six deck head on the first page. You don't see any of the big, I keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep broad wedding rings any more. Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and though a woman can't two hearses. Prompt service night or It seem as Residence Phone 29, office see sense in advertising the fact dav '&B. Phone that she is dippy about any one 1 yr J. F. Triptett, , ' Columbia. Ky. man. Ad, IITam M 1 Next time I went visiting again Mrs. J. H. Womack, who has but to a home I felt sure was no Mrs. R. T. Baker visited her been sick for some time, is some better than my own and which I OnlApril, the 2nd, the Death mother, Mrs. Glidewell, Mon- better. found lacking in many of the Angelivisited the home of Mr. day. This community was made sad comforts I enjoyed besides some and Mrs. Robert Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. James Cole spent to hear of the death of Miss Elclaimed for its' victim their little of the real necessities. I found Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. len Epperson. daughter, Winnie. She was children, not strong and healthy Cole. Aunt Mira Grider is visiting at like my own but peevish and born November 2 1909 and died April 2 making her 4 years and Rev. Caughron filled his regu- Montie Griders this week. fretful from ill health and lack 5 months old. appointment at Providence lar They will begin the work of of care and nourishing food. UpShe was a great singer. She last Sunday. painting the Providence church on my return home how good to told her mother what songs she Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Garrett soon. hear the joyous shouts of welwanted sung at her grave. Some come coming from healthy lungs of her favorite songs were: I am visited Mrs. Cora Fletcher SatSmart Sayings. on the Sunny Side, You may look urday night and Sunday. as the boisterous youngsters for me, I am going home to die Mr. and Mrs. Grissom, of Burn-sid- e, rushed out to meet me at the no more, Jesus is calling. She Give a woman a costly hand- gate; The house seemed a new are visiting her father, Dr. leaves a father, mother, brother T. T. Baker. kerchief and she is willing to cry place and I felt truly thankful and a host of relatives and friends Mrs. Gordon Cheat- if you tell her that Christopher that I was its mistress and the but we do not weep as those who Mr. and mother of those blessed babes. have no hope. All was done ham visited Mrs. Bob Cole Sun- Columbus is dead. that could be done. She had the day. Life is a continuous grab for Now when my best laid plans go dreaded disease cancer. The Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Keene something to eat, something to all away I simply visit a woman funeral was at the home Friday spent last Sunday with Mrs. Fan- drink, and something to wear. less fortunate than 1 and return by Rev. J. S. Chandler afternoon N. contented with my lot. nie Cheatham. Any way, the.man who would and the remains were laid to rest The Sunday School was organ- rather be right than be Pres- Maude Bever. in the family burying ground. There'was an Angel band in Heaven, ized at Providence last Sunday. ident has a million chances to the Crime Disclosed b Seer. That was not quite complete: Everybody is invited to attend. other fellow's one to win out. So God took our darling Winnie To fill the vacant seat. C. P. Nix, a young white man Misses Lora, Bessie and Mary During the first month of marCheck Your April Cough Flether; Nettie and Sarah Keen ried life wifie will save out all serviner a year's sentence in Thawing frost and April rains chill and Ruth Thomas spent "Easter Laurens county, Ga., for pistol the articles she sees on how to jou to the very marrow, you catch toting.has had his sentence comcold Head and lungs stuffed You are Sunday With Miss Lucy Baker. make home happy for a husband. feverish Cough continually and feel Mr. J. A. Parrish is on the sick But .two years later she is saving muted by the governor so that miserable You need Dr. King's New be carried to Atlanta to Discovery. It soothes inflamed and list at this week. out the advertisements of the he can lungs, stops your irritated throat and stand trial for bigamy. cough, your head clears up, fever ' Corn is $5.00 per bbl. ; eggs 14c firms that make husband-trailin- g leaves, and you feel fine. Mr. J. T. The history of Nix's career is" cb.icK.ens 12Ac a specialty. Davis, of Stickney Corner, Me., "Was per dozen and unusual. He was arrested in cured of a dreadful cough after doc- per pound. A man can fish for eight hours tor's treatment and all other remedies Wrightsville, Ga., nearly a year failed. Relief or imoney back. Pleawithout getting a bite and he can Denmark. ago on the charge of bigamy presantChildren like it. Get a bottle toplay solitaire for four hours withday. 50c and $1.00. Recommended by ferred against him by the broth'Ad Paull Drug Co. The health of this community out winning a game, but if his ers of a Dublin woman, whom wife keeps him waiting four secis some better at this writing. he had married a few months Luke McLuke Says. onds he wants a divorce. The farmers have not done before, while having a wife' and A man is nothing but an over- two children living in Cornelia Old Fate evens things up. I'll much farming on account of wet grown boy. Anyway, he gets Some time before his arrest, dpor neighbor weather. Memoir. -- f - . 45-- whipped just as often when he The Pastor of Bethel church insists upon having his own way. filled his regular appointment What has become of the Easter Sunday and preached a man who used to have good (sermon and in the aftera Sunday suit and who soused noon several of the neighbors his handkerchief in cheap cogathered in at Mr. Will Collins' logne when he dressed up? to spend the evening. All had a A Great Man is one who benice time young and old. Mr. J. B. Wheat who has lieves that the other children in neighborhood are as smart been sick for ' some time is im- the old-fashion- ed proving at this writing. as, his own. teller stopped in Cornelia for a few days and wife No. 1 had her palm read. She was-tolthat her husband was living with another wife,, and gave the name of one of the woman's brothers to whom the first wife should write. She did as the fortune teller instructed and found for herself that her husband . had married a second time, the result finally turning-ou- t to be a bigamy- trial for Nix. d - t i X'ii ''- -mi: k .., 'ADAHtXOUNT -- 'fctf.WS . th&this-.actjon- s Twera wiae:rand the streets leading from -- the cavalryt troops to Eagle Pass,. patriotic. ' Besides the'President, fsblished Every Wednesday ' he has associated with him wise men, men who know what war BY TKE means. In our judgment if peace Afeir County News Company. ;can be secured, it would be bet (Incorporated,) ter for those who man the ships, M1 EDITOR. for the land forces and for this OHAS. S. HARRIS enlightened nation. If our enDemocratic newspaper devotee! to the the City of Columbia, and the people treaties for peace are not heedAdOklraDd adjacent counties. ed, there is not a doubt in our mind but the Washington gov as Bntnrrii at the Columbia class mall matter. ernment will declare war, and. that the fighting would be over WED. APRIL 29, 1914 before the leaves fall - Post-offi- ce sec-&- fl Hon. Roilin:Hurt,6f this place, formally announces his candidaFob Judge of Court of Appeals. cy, in News, for Judge of the Court of. Appeals inthis "We are authorized to announce JlOLLUfHURT a candidate forjudge the Third District, subject to the of the Court of Appeals, in the Third action of the, Democratic primadistrict, subject to the action of the ry to be held in August. Every Democratic voters, expressed at the body throughout this, section of August primary. Kentucky knows. Mr. f JEIurt, his There are thousands of young ability as a lawyer and his worth misri-ithis country, who have as a citizen, hence words of grown very patriotic m recent laudation from his home paper days, and they are clamoring for are unnecessary. It will not be war witn the nuerta aggrega out of place though, to state, tion in Mexico, but those who that he has been in a number of are making trie most noise are counties comprising the district,.-annot looking for a recruiting that he has been given a coroffice. They say President Wil dial reception at each of his:ap- -' eon is too slow, that his waiting pointments, and at this tage of policy&is intolerable;that the the canvass he js we)L pleased. Umted Suites oughtf to fight, with the encouragement he has andrMSlJnow; thatftbe delay received. He expects to visit all long already. War the counties in the district behas en'-pbANNOUNCEMENT. to-day- 's ! n A d li&redo and Brownsville. plaza. Orders to this effect were isWhen the city was taken the order was given toadvance care- sued by Gen. Tasker H. Bliss in fully and search every building .response, to appeals received from for men bearing arms. Scores persons living in the border towns of prisoners were taken, most of, As a result the garrison at the them protesting voluably, many post here, consisting of 600 troop?, hysterically that they were not is completely depleted. guilty of any unfriendliness San Antonia, Texas, April Amerwhatsoever toward the of the Southern icans. Division, united states army, Washington, April 23. Secre- received instructions early this tary of State Bryan and Secreta morning to at once ry of the Navy Daniels were the embargo on arms and n called to the White House late into Mexico. This statePrior to the conference ment was made at Fort Sam tjie Secretary df State had com- Houston. The order came from municated with a representative the War Department and waisi ' 1- -? of the Mexican Constitutionalisms, sued early and it was reported that indicar , At Department headquarters. tions had been received of a more jLieut. Col. J. W. Heard, Adjufriendly attitude onr the part qf tant General,' said enforcement the Constitutionalisms 'than that ;of the order wculd be commencexpressed in the Carranza note ed just as soon as troops oh the 'last night. border could be notified." 23. Gen. Vera Cruz, April According to information given Gustavo Maas, former Mexican out at departmental headquarcommander at Vera Cruz, was ters, the embargo is operative at reported to be intending all points along the border withmove against the city with in the confines of the Departto strong brought ment, but officers would not disup from Puebla. ' cuss its details. Both1 Federals Washington,? April 23. After and Constitutionalists "control issuing a statement declaring the Mexicacn ports of entry oppointention of the United States to site this jurisdiction. enforce reparation "whenever Washington, April 23. Gen. and wherever the dignity df the Carranza's note to President WiltFpite.d States' is flouted," Pres-- . son declaring the seizure of Vera jdent Wilson bent all the ener Cruz by American forces a viola23,-Headqush Scrubs Fatten-XJukk- ly ng You want your pigs to eat as much as possible ' when yod ratten them. Give them a great variety I put iOBie scrabbj-lookibogs ia of feed, keep the appetite. keen and the digestion in fatten and gavethe pen to them Bee good order, and you will obtain the desired result; Dee STOCK MEDICINE In their feed. I soon had especially if you mix with the grain ration a dose of fine, healtbyilookingboes, which netted me over 5C0 Bee Dee Whets the appetite STOCK pounds. I H. KIsaer. MEDICINE Helps digestion. DdnlevicW.Va. 25c, 60c aad super caa. At year dealer's. P.BL41 amu-nitio- to-da- y. Locust Grove Stock Farm For the Season of 1914 I will offer for Pub- lie Service, Ball Chief 3806, A.S. H. R. at to-da- y. :' ' $25.00 to Insure a Living Colt. DESCRIPTION: BALL CHIEF. In color Is a rich red chestnut, star and snip, right hind pastern white, 5 years old, 6 hands high, has fine head and beautiful long slender tapering ears, has an extremely long thin blady neck, that comes out of his perfectly formed-- withers in faultless fashion and tapers perfectly to his beautiful head, in which are set a pair of large clear expressive eyes. He has a high well set natural tail, which he carries at all times to suit the most fastidious. He 1 i to-da- y 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. - a is alaeriou thing. It means death to many thousands of men, and it would cost this country millions and millions of dollars, thereby stagnating all classes of business. The fellows who are clamoring to fight, and not willing to shoulder a gun themselves, do not seem to realize the great destruction that follows war, neither do they seem to realize .how much better it would be for the country not to go to war if the trouble could be honorably settled. The Huerta government is not recognized at Washington. The whole layout is regarded as a band of desperadoes,! .cut throats and murderers, who cannot govern.themselves, neither are they willing to be governed. The News is of the opinion that if Huerta would throw up the sponge, say to the United States that he has acted, wrongfully, make all amends demanded by President Wilson, our fleets and land forces could be withdrawn, and the President could say to the two fighting factions in Mexico, go together and fight as long as two men to stand in front of each other, it will matter not a bobbee to this country. There are many young Americans who are chivalrous, and who truly love the flag. Many of them would go out from homes, surrounded by the comforts of life, and they should not be asked to sacrifice their lives for a lot of greasers unless it . fore the primary, hoping to meet as many voters as possible in the twenty-thre- e counties comprising it. The very latest from Washington is that President Wilson has accepted an offer from Brazil, Argentina and Chili to use their good offices in an attempt to bring about a peaceful settlement of the difficulty between the United States and Mexico. The offer was formally submitted by three South American envoys to Secretary Bryan, who laid it before the President. It is further stated from Washington that it is ascertained that, this country will recognize the: when they? constitutionalists gain more?territory. e, gies o- - the Administration to- gay 0 planning ior operations jin Mexico.' Uv,'C i"i- The President's .statement, ssued after a Cabinet 'conference, in reply to the message received from thevGonstitutionalist Chief Coranza, declared that "we '"are now dealing only with those whom Huerta commands and those who' come to his support.'' Private advices reaching here y in code from Mexico City, disclosing that Americans there were in danger, have been to Government offi to-dacom-muniqated cials. The dispatches, which 'were from a source of unquestioned trustworthiness and bore date of set forth that mobs of Mexicans were forming for demonstrations; that Americans on the streets had been menaced and threatened with violence, land that they were concentrating at the Embassy for mutual protection. The Department announced that the last message from Charge; O'Shaughnessy said he expected to leave Mexico City toto-da- y, anti-American w morning. He Hon. D. F. Smith, of Hodgen-vill- night or could by no means have reached who entered the race for it was stated. the Democratic nomination for Vera Cruz to-aa- y, United States Senator, has drawn from the contest. WAR IN MEXICO. with- SENATE PASSES EMERGENCY ACT. re-jna- in well-govern- ed should prove absolutely necessa- ry in order to chastise the heathen Mexicans for wantonly insulting the United States. It is not a question as to whether this country could subdue the Huerta forces or even the united strength of Mexico. The United States could hold its own, in our - judgment, against any two nations, were it necessary to go up against such a force. As to Mexico, the whipping of that ' '' country would be like an infant lief ore a giant. If real war does not come the writers who are now, criticizing President Wil- .. son's policy, will see in the future Vera Cruz, April 23. Early yesterday afternoon the city of Vera Cruz was in undisputed possession of the American invading forces. Although there was no organized force used against them and the snipers huerta's exact words. were less in evidence than at any time during the fighting, Washington, April 23. Charge eight Americans were killed and O'Shaughnessy has communicatsome thirty wounded. While ed to the. State Department the the Mexicans suffered more se- exact words of Cen. Huerta in verely, the number of their cas- refusing td salute the flag. The ualties has not been ascertained, dictatcr ia reported to have said: but the best estimate's obtained should I salute? "Why in by Capt. William R. Rush, of the get the battleship Florida, indicated that I have been trying to to fight for three months. in the engagements of Tuesday ' Now let them fight." and Wednesday their dead This version of the language amounted to about 150. No peris vouched for by person knows how many Mexicans of Huerta recent fell wounded, as a large part of sons who have read the O'Shaughnessy. them were taken away and hid- dispatch of volunteer call. den by friends. Washington, April 23 The In the streets about the plaza Wednesday afternoon lay fifteen War Department has completed or twenty bodies, a majority of a draft for a call for 250,000 Vothem attired in citizens' clothing, lunteers. It will not be issued borne of ttie men evidently had until necessary, but most officials .been dead since the engagement believe the necessity soon will of Tuesday and the tropical heat arise. U made their disposal imperative. San Antonia, Texas, ApH prders given afOne of the first available'troops at Fort Sam town had been captured Houston were ordered out for ter the was to bury the Mexican dead in boroV-mtro- l a trench at the sea end of pne of BiitarB ge to El Paso and 23,-Arvl'ceMttd-day.Tliemmdn.perfdrmed-the Washington, April 23. The after considSenate late erable debate, passed the emergency resolution giving President Wilson $500, 00Q to be used in his discretion for the removal of American citizens from Mexico. The resolution, which passed the House yesterday, will go at once to the President for his signature. to-da- y tion of the national' sovereignty of Mexico, inviting the United States to suspend hostile opera-tion- s and withdraw" its forces, and servatibn'frdhi theTConstitu-tionalist- s Government should receive demands, for reparation of offenses committed by Huerta, stirredthe Mexican, situation to a new and acute crisis late to. day. The opposition to the American Government's accion coming from an unexpected quarter after the Washington Administra-tionvha-d hoped for an attitude of neutrality and passive observation from the Constitutionalist brought the Government face to face with possible hostility from the great body of Mexican forces lying in proximity to the southern tier of the United States. Vera Cruz, April 24. Early yesterday afternoon the city of Vera Cruz was in undisputed possession of the American invading force. Although there was no organized force used against them, and th.e snipers were less in evidence than at any time during the fighting: eight Americans were killed and some thirty wounded. While the Mexicans suffered more severely the number of their casualties has not been ascertained, but the best estimates obtained by Capt. Wm. R. Rush, of the battleship Florida, indicated that in the engagements of Tuesday and Wednesday their dead amounted to about 150. No person knows how many Mexicans fell wounded, as a large part of them were taken away and hidden by friends. DEAD ON STREETS. 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 Lexnton. . himself a breeder of thy, "of your careful consideration. He has proven highlass and S.? is in every way wor- Raven Bird 6550 A. H. R. By Red Bird G. 1956,' he by Joe Brown 1955, he by Cabell Lexington 3234," he by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st dam r Authalla Thompson 13038, by Ottawa 232, by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd. dam Nellie Ray, by Thompsons 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 bayjfull 1 6 hands high, 7 years!oId, 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 1 Marion. Marion is a black Jack with white points, 5 years old, 1 5 hands high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and ears. He has lots .of substance, in fact he has all of. the desirable features of a Jack. He has proven himself very sure and a most excellent breeder. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. first-cla- ss I am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a distance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, or fed" at $10.00. In all cases money is due and must be paid when mares are bred to other stock, traded, parted with or removed from the neighborhood. All stock will receive my personal attention, and due care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. A. S. Chewning, Columbia, Ky. yonng farmer of that neighbor- a wheat crop in this neighborIn the streets aboul Paza Wed- hood, and Miss Walker is a pop- hood, that has been for several nesday afternoon were fifteen or ular teacher of the county and years. twenty bodies a majority attired very popular in her neighborThere has been quite a number in citizens' clothing. Some of hood. of people come to this county the men evidently had been dead Dr. W. E. Sanders has re- from North Carolina, in the past since the engagement of Tuesday, and the tropical heat made moved to Clementsville to prac- few weeks, several of whom their diposal imperative. One of tice medicine. have bought farms. given after the the first orders Miss Effie Coffey, who 'is atMr. Roy Reynolds,; of Garlan, town had been captured was to s. tending the L. W. T. S., was is visiting at Rev. W.H. bury the Mexican dead in visiting her parents last week. treiich at the sea end of one of the street leading from the Oscar Sinclair and wife, visit-e- d For Sale. plaza. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Campbell, When the city was taken the of Dunnville, Sunday. I have a three year old filly which I order was given to advance careMr. S. H. Workman, made a will sell. Broke to ride and drives building fully and search every business trip to Casey last week. well. I also have a fine yobr stallwn for men bearing arms. ' old all indkatfens ef Mr. James Allen, of Huston-vill- nearly one year a fine saddler and driver. Bdth perwas here last week buying Pellyton. fectly sound. Parties wto want geed cattle. ones see, Jw H. Harris, is very sick CetomKa, Ky. Mr. Elba Christie 'and Miss Mrs. Mary Propes Gertie Walker, of the Casey at this writing.' jtoirc-fOStomach' Disorder. Mr. J. M. Perryman visited! Creek neighborhood, were mar Disordera of the. stomach aay be ried last Sunday. Rev. YV H. his daughUr, Mrs. J. J. Benson, aveiieg by the use of Clmmberlaln's Tablets. Many very remarkable cures cerra near Dunnviie, Saturday. ha.ye beea effected bytbfcee' tablets. finest prospect for Soid by Taafl' Prug C. ny. Mr. Christie is a propae There if-tAd. Lem-mone, . r . k I r I r rRcrsonaist j 1,1 L. mr. uAiR coiamr mms (Maj-.- Boqdy fi .usefd id' call them) Teamed the ZT hills and valleys around rhe dear IIWIIM11 .Ill jb.tr. IT Hwir n,' Hati?.;, old town, and we lived on SaturNotice.. v' " here ondav tf'j 'Cis days in Russell's cieek, m what kc 'fVF &$.. 'fffftWf nWj.l?ft8 'S'GptfBrbfcrr Edl"ii and Vic-- , was tnen Kinvn as the "Swift machines,,' Records and?ror hole." I loved the waters so Mr PMir" V;fe'sfffiajbeu ou the supplies. ' well that the ooya duhbe'd me . sick list for Ven'yays. Mrs' J. Z. V.cW.t rcs "quite ,Sck .' llSh?emberFieVi Day comes TTrid:iy, the water dog. How few of us several dajs of Uis- wtclv are fcf t to recall those happy the 8th of May. CampbeUsville ,' Mr. J. T. Gnwdi. boyhood times. . local Market. . was here lasr We tneday. . those pcil tbosccaiicoays, -- fcivf vtAii?.' -v .0"frM v V p '" - - !o-ila- y. Dr L O Np'J atufITe. Gradyviile.. spent Satuidaj in Co'umbla. tn wa, Mrs T. B. Curry, of Picn-c- . Monday. shopping in Cchimhia Mr. O P. Willis, who wrtis iCl for days, is now able to be outi--? . lit1!! 'z hirkri ..'........... - Crk i Miss Lillie Judd, who taught Hazard, returned home last week at Mr. Geo. K. Miller, Louisville, spt-n- i "Wool spring clipping a day or two or last, week in Columbia .. Hides (green) Messrs J. A. Russell and Hugh Noe Feathers ve're here from CampbeUsville Friday. Ginseng "for. J. T. Turr, merchant at Mill-towBeeswax was in the Louisville market, ".. Yellow Root last week. May Apple(per lb) Mr. W. R Lyon and Mr. W H. were here. Gilpin, Campbellsvil'e, Sale. n, Turkeys n '.ifFSf Uucks There are others than you mentioned in your columns, 13 that cast in their lot wjth Knox 12 in the Conlederate cause, name 12 ly: Henry C. lrvin, who was M ool elected 1st. , Lieutenant of Com-pan- y 6. F., 4ih, Kentucky regiment ltf "alf its organization, but who died 18 of'., typhoid fever at Nashville, 15' Ten), Nov. , 5th, 1861. A splen-- . 40 specimen of physical man- 5 50 did 25 hoodi arid one who would have 2 75 made a fine record as a soldier -- 4 4 4 4 4 The Jeffries Hardware Store, 4 4 4 4 $444000e44444 444404 444444 - See what Repairs you need fori your Cornt Drill's, Cultivators, Etc., so if we have rWt got them on hand, we can get triem for you j in time. Alsp.,see our complete line of Corn Drills, Cultivators, Plows, Harrows, Wagons, Bug gies, Stoves and Ranges. Field Seeds and Fertilizerst 4"44QHfr4$ 4 if" he had lived. G. Alexander Mr Barbee were here from CampbeUsville Bryant, ..(cousin to Thursday. Gaither Bryant,) a splendid solMay". 15th 1 will visFrom this date to Mrs. Jo Williams Montpelier. dier, and a royal good fellow, ited in Columbia the latter part of sell at a heavy discount and many articles at cost for" cash or produce. who was killed at Chickamauea, last week. Men and boy's clothing and hats will Sept,, theioth, 1863. Mr. P. C. T)ebb, a traveling salesbe slaughtered. Will pay the highest man of Monticello, was here the latter Frank Holladay, another good market price for eggs, chickens etc. part of last week. D. M. Moore, Garlin, Ky. man, who was killed at Shiloh, Miss Cecil Conover visited in CoApril 6th. 1862. Sam McKin-jielumbia last week. Honor Roll, Graded School, will be another .good soldier, who Stamp Deputy, Mr. M. Cravens, published next week. spent Saturday and Sunday with his gave life .for the cause he family at home. loved, at the . same tjme and Attention Farmers! ' .U Q'. and Mr. S. D, Reduction 'James your house constantly gnawing away at wood and paint, at brick and mortar. The best material is not too good to withstand these assaults. Nature Is constantly tryinOo trear out Hanna's Green Seal Paint watching the wear of the different compounds until the'perfeet combination of lead, oil and zinc has been found. 'It is smooth, free spreading, elastic and durable. Formula on every package. T- 23-- 4t y, is the result of many years of is a scientifically' determined wear-resiste- r. experimentof It up-his- . a few days, ago.,, w Mrs Tyler Parrott and her mother-ip.lavisited at the home of Mr. R straight. Storage near Hobson ' E. Tandy last weel(. ducejlouse. See Hurt Bros , or ' self. C L. Autle. Mr. J. 1CN P. Conover, former Jailer Ot Aaair counr.y, spenu a pu.ru oiiasu ' i For Sale. week in Columljia. Mifs Dordthv Tandy is visiting her sister at. CampbeUsville. ' " of fertilizers. place. Prices range from 95 cents to SI. 33 per James Wi '.Nelson,. IV- - Judge T. A. Murrell was here from Lebanon Saturday, accompanied by his Little daughter, Marjorie. County Attorney Gordon Montgomery has been afflicted with a rising on his right hand for the past ten days Miss Virgie Conover, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Hudson Conover, was dangerously ill with pneumonia last week. Mr. Herschel Grissom, who has been living in Texas and points in the "West for a numberof years, is in Columbia, on a visit. Mrs. R. T. Parrott, of CampbeUsville, and Mrs. Xellie Ttice, of Mass.. visited the formers parents last week. Shel-burn- e, Messrs. W. H. Gill and T. E. Wag-genwill leave today for the Louis ville market. They will be accompanied by Mr.tFrank Sinclair. Rev. A. Whitten will leave this weeTt to attend a Congress of United Brethren, which convenes at Dayton. Ohio. He 'goes in the interest ot the church here." Hon. Rollin Hurt left Saturday for er ii the Hart countycircuitcourt, and will speak at Munfordville Monday, in the interest of his rac. for Judge of the Court of Appeals. Senator J. H. Durham, of Franklin, Ky., who travels for a ISew York clothing house, was here one day last week. Ilels a polished gentleman, a man who has many friends Mr. J. B. Barbee and family, who removed from Columbia to Louisville, three months ago, returned Tuesday afternoon of last week, and are now comfortably situated in their home on Greensburg street. Mr. Barbee says he likes Louisville, but Columbia, horses, cows and chickens and the boys he has known all his life, suit him best. Mr M. L. White, a native of Adair county, whose home is now in Itforth Carolina, is visiting his many friends jn his old home town and county, every body being glad to meet and shake his hand. For the past nine months Mr. White has been teaching in Carroll county, Mo. Melvin, as every body addresses him, is looking the picture of health, an evidence that Father Time is dealing gently with him. We do not know, but some how or other, we feel like Adair county, with the improvements that have been made since he took his departure, thirty years ago, would tit him better than ' v any other place upon earth. v thaii .whom better soldier, evsr Jived, and Pro-1ruy- - who died, some years ago. at ,.the Soldier's; Home 'in Kentucky. Sam Turk-- , one of the bestcooks, (when there was anything" to Old Buggies and Harness and two, cook, which was very seldom in GofTBros. farm "Wagons, cheap. the Confederate ar.my,) as well Malissia Moss, a colored woman, I soldiers in the died near town and was buried yester- as one of the best who married in day by the United Brethren of Confederacy, Friendship. Alabama, and who, if living, re- T r r wyvTY a4 ti m rwn 4v xii oiuca uuw in uiviiigatvu, ivi Liiai Wanted. State. Boards, shingles, post and cull These, together with those Casey Jones' Store. mentioned by you, constitute the boys who went with Knox Rus YOUR LAST CHANCE. sell to the Confederate States, and if I am not mistaken (prob- Skybaid for Sale ably Sam Turk excepted) Gaither He is a deep sorrel with bald face, 14 hands high, one year old and all' ih Bryant and myself are the only dications of a fine saddler. He is by survivors. I often think of I will sellljfeasonable. Bald Chief. Gaither an unassuming characSee me at once. M. Harris, Jo ter, but a noble specimen of true Columbia, Ky. manhood, a man who has the courage of. his convictions. 1 For J Sale. love him for his manly simplicity One good 4 year old horse one good Goff Bros. and true friendship. May his 7 year old mule. kind increase. Attention Fruit dowers. I am sending you a clipping Thousands of fruit growers through- from the McCormick Messenger, out thfs section, will testify to the a weekly paper published at Mc- success which they have experienced Cormack, South Carolina, with from Knoxville Xursery stock. "W. R. & J. N. Squires, reference to your humble serAdair aud Taylor counties. vant, that speaks for itself, and Agents for fi-i !-' I sell the Read-Brand- s i 0 FOR SALE BY 23-4- t. Jeffries Hardware Store, t Columbia, Kentucky. I J . -- 1 V ! jmm a 3 &&&&&&&& Let: Us Reason Together Was a Wise Old Saying I want every and that is exacty what I want us to do Sheep, to inyestigate my work, and see if this is FAEMER who has not the place for you to bring or ship your WOOL to get the beat VALUE for it.Xow 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 Wool this season any way. Goods shipped cheap by mail anywhere. to-da- y. $$ I 3 i i For Scratched Tables Other Furniture and Interior Woodwork Farmers Woolen Mills, GEE Rt-HlJ-LJ- ll f: fi $$$is$$K$ $se$xKt$$ P. O. ?w-mm- E. L. IEECE, Mgr. Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. Jamestown, Ky. 11 iiihihi 'i in imf r i m t -r--.- IMMagMff;-- K i Restores the original beauty no matter how badly scratched or soiled it's a wood stain and varnish combined in one Comes in 11 Natural Wood colors. White. Gold and Silver Enamel. All Sizes. Made and guaranteed by PEASLEE-GAULBERT CO. Louisville, Ky. 25-- 2t which you may publish in conFor Sale. nection with this article, if you wish. Tne clipping is as Boards; shingles, post and Stove " fol-low- ' Paull Drug Company, Columbia, , Kentucky. Think of it-m- otor car trans. hat s: wood. Casey Jones' Store. 23-4- "Rev. and Mrs. G. H. "Burton from Troy, spent day in McCorr by Parcel Post Gc. 13 for 50c. If mack, last Friday. Though he Lula Todd, extra he endured the nardsnips or a Columbia, Ky. Confederate soldier and is now coal black hog, all the 75 years old, Mr. Burton's looks There is a feet white at, my house. He will weigh about 90 pounds. The 'finder indicate such health and vigor as can have same by paying expenses. to encourage the hope that he Will Stone, of color. wilJ live to reach the century 25-Indian Runner Duck Eggs for Sale. t. 2t Can? Valley. 2 and fertilizer, per hundred, cash. 10-0-- I have for sale at T. F. Collin's barn 16 markl" acid, at $1,00 v If I am spared until July the 10th, I will have reached my 75th mile post. What I am about to write may seem to some to be childish, bat sometimes I get real homesick, and feel that I would give anything to go back G. W. Collins. 23-4t From South Carolina - Troy, April 18, 1914. This Week'. 2o Pounds Granulated Sugar $1.00, PigriM (Reasted) Coffee 15c per pxtarkL MMwefc . " ', " hfca. ' '" ""20cper.Mid, Editor News: Your notice in last week's News with , reference to the death of comrade A. Knox Rus- me to iook pacK .8ellHhar-ctea and spend the few remaining days of my life in dear old Columbia. May your shadow ner-- er grow less, but may the - circu- ' '26-2- L RiJSSELL & CO. , lation of ,the?Newticrase dai- Jteepectfully, ,. to my boyhood days. Knox and Jy. . HeckJSurton. myself wre chums at school in The April showers have put a good many behind with their gardening and farming. Five hundred dollars is the price of The scare of mumps is about the touring car is five fifty: the oven There are no new cases Detroit complete town car seven at present. with equipment. Get catalog and particuWilson was visitMaster'Geo. lars from The Buchanan Lyon Co. , Incorporated, CampbeUsville, Ky.. agents for Taying 'his grand' parents in Columlor, Green andAdair counties. bia, the first of last week. Mr. Richard .Feese, of Plum Point,, was here a' day or so of lastw.eek. , Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wilson atOlie Corbin, has returned to her SOn, Mr. Tom Bumgarner, Tallu tended the Bible Institute, Camphome, Louisville. la, 111. She will be absent sev- beUsville, last Saturday' and SunMrs. W. L. Wilson and little eral weeks. day. Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Atkinson daughter, Louise, were visiting Mrs. Rogers,6f Campbettsvilier were in CampbeUsville one day her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. was visiting her daughter; Mrs. Feese, Columbia, last. week. last week.' , '&!-lasEstelle Page, sevwral 'Mrs. B. B.Vaugha'n, who has Mrs. M. T. Bueicarner will week. . daughter, Mrs. leave in a te ykifc her be$n visiting-hethe-Ford portation at less than two it is costcents per mile-wing thousands of Ford owners. It'sa big reason for Ford pop- ularity. Other reasons Ford Ford strength lightness Ford dependability. Better get yours now. t; run-abou- fifty-f.o.- b. t r "'few-day- s, V- - --' THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS $3ESTAig5$. Spring Laxative and Blood Cleanser .Flush outthe vaccumulated'waste and poisons of the winter months; cleans your stomach, liver and kidneys of all impurities. Take Dr. King's New Life Pills; nothing better for purifying the blood. Mild, laxative. Cures constipation makes you feel line. Take no other. 25c. Recommended by Paull Drug Co. Ad non-griping aptotic How to be Certain of be-:om- es 2hHI a nice line and Men and ladies Robes, also a nice Hurse. over Cumberland Grocers Co., Colombia, Ky. Phone 52 A. of Caskets and Coffiins, Lo-rati- Curing Constipation Letters recently received from M. E. Myers, Morrison, Tenn., and Ada Hammersmith, US W. Chestnut St., Louisville, Ky., are but a few of thousands showing the esteem in which Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is held. It is mild, gentle, not violent, like salts or cathartics. It cures gradually and pleasantly so that in time nature again does its own work without outside aid. Constipated people owe it to themselves to use this grand bowel specific. 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. 405 Washington St. Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. non-gripi- PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. J! had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by I keep constantly on hands on Jack Chinn J. B. Jones. Ub "JOE" - Daily Courier Journal rTB'iiiisHttift'iiffifflJrtfrh- $6.00 a Year Sunday Courier Journal - $2.00 a Year Best Natioual News This well known Jack will make the season of 1914 at my barn, near Milltown, and will be permitted to serve mares at the sum of $7.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when the colt cornea are the mare parted with. All care will be taken to preyent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Prejudice is a hard thing to overcome, aut where health is at stake and the opinion of thousands of reliable people Ilffers from yours, prejudice then your menace and you ought to lay it aside. This Is said in the interest of people suffering from chronic Donstipation, and it is worthy of their attention. In the opinion of legions of reliable American people the most stubborn constipation imaginable can be cured by a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. You may not have heard of it before, but do not doubt its' merits on that account, or because it has not been blatantly advertised. It has sold very successfully on word of mouth recommendation. Parents are giving it to were given Cleveland Bay their children today whohas been truth-it by their parents, and it fully said that more druggists use it This celebrated Stallion will make personally in their families than any the season of 1914 at Will Johnson's other laxative. barn, 4 miles south of Columbia and 1$ miles "West of Gadberry, on Pettits Fork Creek, and will serve mares at $6.00 to insure a living colt. He has We would be pleased to send the proven tojbe 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 for 50centSi eyes, feet and legs and in fact a perfect Or better stilJ we will furnish the model in every respect. He is the Adair County News, one year and the best and quitest work horse I ever seen, and a ffne driver for women with perfect safety, so he needs no further DR. KINC'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. $1.00 Cox, Joliet, HI. DRUGGISTS. 50c AND AT ALL C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON I VETERINARY Daily State Journal until April last for 81.25. If you want to keep in in touch with the doings at Frankfort while the Legislature is in session, you should have the State Journal. &rffj&Jl3lr' Special Attnetin to Eyes J. A C. Browning. State News t 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 samejplace on same conditions as horse, at the low fee of $5.00. This Jack is black with mealy points, 14 hands high, heavy built, good style and has proven himself a good breeder. We thank the people for their past favors and solicit their future ones Call and see our stock if interested. Phone Will Johnson. Birdseve view oi our Plant ..-.- - Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. L6 CATION-NEAR . -- T.f T'ry e&&L' ED IDGBE5' RE51IENCE. STREET. 0NBURKSY1LLE ' ri g- - .l? "K&t Joseph Q H. w Stone, Attoney-AMa- Will practice m this and adjoining counties. -. Johnson Bros. Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer Jamstown, Kentucky Local News Market Reports Foreign News Political News ti The Adair County News and of Everything The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One for Everybody Are you interested in what is taking place day by day all over the world ? If you are you NEED THE COURIER-JOURNAL. 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Call or mail orders to te Building and a Free Methodist Seminary with about 300 students. I left my home in Kentucky, Feb.. 14, '14, and returned to Texas, after a short visit. I like Texas fine, and expect to make the Lone Star State my future home. I will say to all who want prosperity, health and happiness, come to the Lone Star State, where life is worth while. I think it is the best State in the Union, buf still I love the forests and fields of my old Kentucky home. I would be pleased to hear from my friends in Adair and adjoining counties. I will close for thi3 time with best wishes and success to the News and its many readers. I Respt. am E. E. Kimbler. From Texas. Sss- - &tef$y Largest in Dixie" Incorporated im HP3 Q P. SMYTHE Tor W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Louisville, Kentucky. PIRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, -- Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. 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Incorporated 1 3m CO- - OVER 65 YEARS' ex PER1ENCE 12-- 1 1 G Eaat Matket Street,gBe1weenfirstiand Brook ' ouisvn8e. Ky Anyone sending a sketch nnd description whether quietly ascertain our opinion free Conimnnlca-tlon- an s Invention is probably patentable. on Patents strictly confidential. HANDBOOK patents. sent tree. Oldest agency for securing Patents taken throucli Jlunn & Co. receive $peial notice, without charge, irf tho Trade Marks Designs Copyrights 4c. may Scientific American. handsomely Illustrated weekly. Jjircest cirTerms. S3 a culation of any scientific Journal. newsdealers. year: four months, 1. Sold by all A 'I ery thing is moving along nicely. Corn is large enough to plow. 1NCOKPORATED Oats are looking fine. Farmers Ky. Louisville, are making preparation for a large cotton crop. We are havBusiness Pho e 13 P ing some fine spring weather at Residence Phone-1B present. We had the largest DR. J. N. MLRRELL rain here two weeks ago, that has been for twenty-seve- n years. The water just liked one inch of DENTIST getting into the business houses. Office, Front rooms m Jeffries B'i'd'g It was necessary to move the stock from the Livery Barn. Sevupstairs. eral yards of Railway track was Columbia, - Kentucky washed out a few miles west of here. I will endeavor to describe our little city of 900' inhabitants. Campbell is as fine a town of its size you will find anywhere. It is Land Owners Attention. situated on the Shreveport DiT; C. Faulhner, is prepared to do vision of the'M. K. & T. R.R. 10 your Surveying correctly. miles east of Greenville, the notthirty-thre- e years He has ed cotton city. It has the largest experience. Charges reacotton compress in the world". sonable. Phone 74 or Campbell has three churches, 3 write hardware and furniture stores, 2 drug stores and several dry . T. C. Faulkner, -v goods and grocery stores, two Columbia, Ky. blacksmith shops, High School Company rain. A considerable storm and rain visited Texas the 7th of this month. Did lots of damage in some parts. Sykes Wheeler Jr,, from Hills-bor- o, Surveyiri Texas, visited your writer a few weeks ago. He gives Hill Co., a good name. Mrs. Bettie H. Traylor, of Elida, N. M is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wheeler this week. Your writer made a business trip to Hillsborp, Texas, last week. As this is my firstletter to the News, and so badly gotten up, I will not write any more this time. If this escapes the waste basket may write again some Respectfully, time. -- Greajjiipin jThe Louisville Daily Herald And the & MUNN&Co.364Broada-NBwYorBranch Oflce. G5 P SU Washlncton. R . C. -'.' WLIV. rfj.tS Are You a Woman? T Adair County News One Year Each Gardui Tto Woman's Tonic . A. B. W. For S3.00 This offer will hold good for only a short tfme If you want to keep posted in polities and current events, subscribe now. Come, bring or send jour subscriptions to this office. m SALE AT ALL DRU68STS F4 li.jji. JOflES VctevlnavySuygeon and Denti&t ears experience. Special atteaUea given to Surgical and Dental work. Office -- Cough Medicine for Children Too much care cannot bee used in . " selecting a cough medicine for children It should be pleasant to take, contain no harmful substance and be most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy meets these requirements and is a. favorite with the mothers of youngxhildraa everywhere For sale Ad y Paull JDrug Co. at reeidesce aear ' Graded School boHding. PHONE- - "NO. '72 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r THE says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's Purdy. It Always Helps LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR BRIGHTER.-BETTER- Special All Notice tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give Mr. J. B. Burton is in a. bad! condition at this writing. Mr. Marcus McQueary had th. misfortune to lose a nice cow1 and calf one day last week. We have had a Sunday School 1913 , Persons Who Are Behind tion Books One Year on our Subscrip BiGGER THAN EVER The Woman's Tonic Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-o- ut ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." THE REGULAR PRICE OF a THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Will have to Come off, Under IS $5.00 A YEAR YOUR ORDE) the Law if not Paid at once Get a Bottle Today! .. IF YOU WILL SEND organized at Purdy with a large attendance with Mr. Henry Good-i-n Superintendent. Rev. Richard Harmon preached an interesting sermon at Purdy last Sunday. Rev. Richard Harmon will preach at Purdy the second Sunday in May. Wheat is looking fine at this time. The farmers are getting ready to plant corn as soon as the ground gets warm enough. Mrs. Telia Hadley was by the bedside of her sick mother and TO US, YOU CAN GET The Government THE ADAIR COUNT! In some families the children know when Father has been 0 sister last Sunday. Look to Your Plumbing drinking because he comes home and puts his arms around Mother and tries to kiss her. I don't know much, But when I hear a man bragging that he isn't afraid of his wife I put him down as a six cylinder, full-jeweled liar. You know what happens in a house in which the plumbing is in poor conditioneverybody in the house is liable to contract typhoid or some other 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. NEWS AND Will Not carry Papers, in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year Found by Accident. The Good Martha McQueary is spending several days with her brother, Mr. Pete McQueary. Miss THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR and wife were visiting the latter3 parents last Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Jo McQueary Mr. Richard Harmon is can-vassi- ng FOR ONLY $4.50. The Daily THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper prin- Louisville And The Times News ted anywhere. Has the best corps of corrwpondents. Covers the Kentucky field psi - - Adair County fectly. Covers the general news fitl completely. Isthe best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic, but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adah Has the best and fullest mu kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics bi fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP County News both for 4.50 per year. TION RIGHT AWAY DENTAL OFFICE Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. Always appreciates trade from Ad airland Adjoining Counties and is constantly of- - Dr. James Triplett DENTIST - OVBR FATJTjTj DRUG- CO. Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 2D. OFFICES PHONH r fering and giving to ail comers, Bargains " .in all Lines of goods, . and Indigestion caused me creat distress for two years. I triet many things for renet, Dutpotnttio neip. tmatiasti round it in the best pills or medicino I over tried I DR. KING'S C.E. Hatfield. Guy an, W. Va. NewLifePills 26 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRl'GGISTS. I Ill send Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoe to any point, by Pareels Post prepaid. H J-- Any goods no satisfactory can be (' re- ' WELL 1 DRILLER I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. See me before contracting. Latest machinery of all kinds. , f? JKepinng jjone. uave v im-yrovp turned by Parcel Post, if in seven dayt i ed after sent out ... this neighborhood for a fruit and nursery company. Hadley and Laura Many valuabe inventions have First. Remember thy garbage Misses Ann Childers were the guest of Miss come to light by the merest ac- can to keep it covered lest thy Cordelia McQueary last Sunday. cident. For many months a garbage become a stench in the Old auDt Jane Curry is a little young man in the Kimberly dia- - nostrils of the people and breed better at this writing. She has amond mines was experimenting j flies. been in a critical condition. in trying to find a way of sepaSecond. Thou shalt cut the Mrs. Mary Black was the rating the diamonds from other weeds in thy vacant lot lest it guest of Miss Cordelia McQueary stones other than by the long become a hiding place for old tin last Sunday. drawn-ou- t, tiresome cans, which catch water and Mr. George Cook's wife preHe found only failure no breed mosquitoes; papers and sented him, with a twelve pound matter which way he worked, divers sort of trash. daughter. but he did not become discourThird. Thou shalt bear witMrs. F. W. McQueary and aged. Finally one day a garnet ness against thy neighbor's rub- daughter, Miss Martha, were and a diamond happened to be bish heap, likewise his dirty visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wesley Burton, last Sunday. on a small board with which he back yard, was working at his bench. He Fourth. Thou shalt clean out Mr. J. T. McElroy and family happened also, to tip the board the habitation of thy horses and visited their daughter, Mrs. Robin such a way that the two stones thy cow frequently lest the sta- ert Burton, last Saturday night reached it; the diamond stopped, ble fly flourisheth and spread in- and Sunday. however, and the garnet kept fantile paralysis and theShouse-fl- y Mr. Mos3 Burton and wife visited the latters parents, Mr. and right on and fell off the board. breed by the thousand and Mrs. Lincoln Burton. This fact so impressed the young millions and annoy thee and thy Mr. Mark McQueary made a man, that he wondered if the beast and produce much sickness business trip to Columbia last diamond just happened to stop inthy family, Monday. or whether the grease had the Fifth. Thou shalt prevent the Mr. J. M. Burton lost a nice effect. He tried it again and breeding of the fly in the springcalf one day last week. again with that and with other time that thy children unto the We learn that Mr. Marcus Mcdiamonds and he found that by third and fourth generation need Queary has a sale next Saturday coating a board with grease and net swat him later. preparatory for going to Indiana. holding it at a slight incline, and Sixth. Remember thy back We learn that old aunt Nan then vibrating it, all of the dia- yard and alley to keep them Bryant is dangerously ill. She monds would cling to the board clean. Six days shalt thou la- i3 the wife of Jim Bryant, better and every other stone would roll bor to keep thy premises clean, known as daddy Jim. off. He was delighted with his and if yet the task is not accomRev. J. D. Burtonhad services accidental discovery and soon plished thou couldest do worse on Damron s Crsek last Sunday, invented a machine which was a than continue on the seventh. Mr. John Goodin and wife vis success from the very start, and Seventh. Thou shalt covet all ited the latters mother, Mrs. g last Sunday. within a few months the air and sunshine thou canst Flurinda Burton, was superseded and a great obtain. We are glad to know that the people have been so kind and deal of labor and cost was saved Eighth. Look not upon the good to Mr. Richard Burton to to the mine owners. milk when it cometh "Jfrom the give them a small portion of unclean dairy.for the doctor will their household goods to aid them round a Cure for Rheumatism guiltless if thy in- to get to house keeping again af "I suffered with rheumatism for two not hold thee years and could not get my right hand fant sickeneth , therefrom and ter getting all tfieir household goods destroyed by fire. to my mouth for that length of time," die. ' ' writes Lee L. Chapman, Mapleton, Mr. M. W. Burton made the Ninth. Remember 4thy cleanIowa. "I suffered terrible pain so I regular trip with Mr. Alvin Bur could not sleep or lie still at night, ing up day and keep it wholly. ton, our huxter last Monday. rive years ago I began using ChamTenth. If thou dost hearken berlain's Liniment and in two months Miss Maud Goodin was the with I was well and have not suffered, Paul! unto these sayings to do them guest of Miss Ida Burton last rheumatism since. " Fot sale by Ad thou shalt live long in the land. Sunday. Drug Co. Citizen's Decalogue. hand-pickin- g. hand-pickinI , Some men have so dura little Woodson Lewis i " :meCall. - to think,of ,thatthey . to wind. an. clock. cant-.re-memb- er eight-da- y J. C. YATES Mr. F. W. McQueary turned one morning:last member that every man yott hie horses out and found one of 'them meet is looking, for the best of wek very Jlame. ' On examination! It is a mighty good thingto re- - . T it. 1'found a snag in its foot. ,i r-i V 3. - u "'I Hi w THBrABAiR COUNTY M -- A.. "' -' y, .,H Gradyville. NWjv' . . . ; & - "Ha! Now That's What I Call Real Medicine. "Never Had Anything Clean out My Blood and Put New ger" Into Me Like ROOT JUICE Did in All My Life. everybody says. Its what you'll say, too, before you've used this new wonder blood purifier, cleanser and systenrfcrailder a week. These are Spring Fever days and tho blood is thick; it's loaded with a lot of 'Gin- - Allen Rose, of Keltner, was in our midst last Friday. Lewis Cabell, of Miami, was looking after insurance here the first of the week. Mrs. Viers, of Cool Springs - community, visited her daughter, Mrs. R. 0. Keltner, at this place, a day or so of last week. George Rodgers, the Columbia Stock BaaaaaaaVaaaaP9aaaa6iaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaBa V lPaaaaV farm aBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaac aaaaar That's what upthe liver and bowels, regulates and strengthens the kidneys and tones up shattered nerves is a wonder. And it's guaranteed to give entire satisfaction every time. , and the druggist will give you back impurities that have been accumulat-- ' every cent you piid for it if you take .back the empty boN ing all winter. The whole system gets 'tie and say you're man, of Greens-bur- g, clogged up with filth disappointed or dis-- ' satisfied. was in our midst last week at this time of the year and the vital . Give ROOT JUICE and reports his business good. organs of the body just a week to bring you round and you Our people here were glad to are hald asleep. "No won't exchange the wonder people feel see the warm sunshine of this lazy, "dopey" drowbenefit you derive for j week and gave them all the op- sy, sore, tired, achy ten times the price it and "all in." cost you. Butbesure! portunity of finishing up plantou get the real, gen Give your blood and L9 "1VVY ing their gardens. your entire body a guaranteed, uine, good, money back EOOTI iw n W. R. Lyon, the house cleaning. V JUICE. Don't let grocery man, of Campbellsville, any dishonest drugwhat. ROCXM That's was with us last Thursday and JUICE does for you. gist palm off some ROOT JUICE Hade Me Feel only cleans, "That imitation on you and It not had a nice business. Like a Romping Youngster," purifies and enriches tell you it's just as Austin Wilmore spent a day or the body, but it puts new life, new good. There's only one genuine ROOT so in Louisville last week. force, "fire" "pep" and "ginger" into JUICE; it's different from anything you. As a general tonic for week folks else sld for a similar purpose and there Mr. Tim Cravens, of Columbia, and old folks it beats anything you is nothing "jusb as good." There's was in this community last Fri- ever saw in all your life. glorious relief in store for you if you've The way ROOT JUICE sharpens up never tried this wonderful blood cleanday working insurance. the appetite improves digestion, stirs ser, purified, tonic and system builder. J ( It'sgot to give results vvoS M aaawaVaaaaaaaat ' j?Kf v jfiB t jaHK.Jw KJKBV&t,ll.&qDHBHB Hf S :HaHMBBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal SkMMtK Hti&flHHndfl&HHflB $.lulBBE4t.3E' SHBp''?1 tK HHBS: ' j. 9BjBBBBBBBBBm iBBBSiBBgj ?WsaaaaaP Iffy JBnBgg Wk vjTBMnWBIP te. t SUNfMEMdHEflBK JHbBBBH M ;::' & ila V aaaaaaaaaam , sBBHJPfiW whT3S ABBflBBBF"n$r"VM BBV. v , B" BBB r l9?v - 7imBB'BBBBa well-know- fl S)) i jSSj? jg. wHL 'a J ? ;Sl? jS VfeAT-Q'"' " PMl " jfcTT' 2syrSiLg Z?hC g ijii"5aaaaaaaaaaw jaMSaaWZaaaffBSMSCSaaaRryw imjaaaaa- .Caaaaafe sSal Be? "rC 'fcSSli' ?,pv:i,,bmbbbB SjwtSBBBB BXjNjjjCjBBBC JjZ '"';Pj LT2SJ5l Some of our farmers put in several days of last week planting. They report the ground in U fine ordeif James Gilpin, William and Al- to bert Brummett, of the Sparks-vill- e community, were in our midst a day or so of last week.' They report farmers about ready to plant corn in their section. We are glad to note that Mrs. Squire Kemp, who has been confined to her room for the past two months, with a complication of diseases, is thought to be proving at this time. Drs. Nell and Simmons are oc- raoi $9.95 $15.00 $19.75 IOETI U he above picture is a natural photograph of JUDAS the famous Purcheron miles Stallion. He will make the season of 1914, at my barn, one and one-haeast of Columbia, on the Sumerset road, for the sum of $10 00 to insure a living colt. 'I lf o Smart Spring Garments f r A grand spectacle of styles ia presented to our patrons in this sale of Suits and Dresses. Every Model, every Fabric, every Style worth having, is included in this great collection. Latest ideas of JTashion are faithfully arid beautifully expressed in these garments. And the one big satisfactory advantage in buying here-i- the great money-saving- , because of our extremely low prices. We not only save you money on the cost of your garments, but also save you the cost of alteration charges, as we make no charge for alteration. It's to your interest to see the exceptional values we offer at 89.95 $15.00 and $19.75. s DESCRIPTION: Judas is a 6 year old purcheron, a steel gray, weighs 1700 pounds and is 16! hands high. He is a perfect model and a world beater. Remember that the Auto and such like modes of conveyance jhave lessened the demand for saddle and harness horses. But remember that they have nothing to do with the Farm and Draft horse. Remember that every farming country in the world wants the Purcheson horse. The leading mule producing States are raising mules from the Purcheron mares. See this horse before you breed, I vill 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 ojd 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 foaled or mare traded or removed from neigh- borhood. All care will be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Spring Lace-Curtai- ns. w. q. Mckinley. cupying their new office in our city. You can find one of them in their office most any time. n Mr. Wesley Parson, the blacksmith, on main street, in our town, has had for the past week more work than he Can get done by day light, aridwe have noticed and heard him hammering away by the light of his lantern or lamp. well-know- It's not by aceident that we have built up our immense Curtain business. It is due simply to keeping: faith with the public and giving more for your dollar than you get elsewhere. You will need Curtains a little later if not now. Why not buy now while selection is best? You will be delighted at thobeauty of the patterns, the sterling quality and with the low prices at which we offer them. , At 93c we show twenty styles. You will find them unusuall attractive in design and the quality the best to be had at the price. You will find them a bargain for The Curtains we offer for SL50 are sure to appeal to all who want moderate price Curtains. The patterns are not ordinary and are shown in af&nge sufficiently large to meet all requirements- - 'The quality is the best ever offered The Curtains we offer for $1.98 are unquestionably the best in quality and the richest in patterns ever offered at this price. In this line xou will find English Nottingham, Marie Antoinette and Cable Net Curtain3 in such an array of pretty patterns that you are sure to find the Curtain you want. You will find qualities in this lot equal to many priced by other stores for?3.00. Our price only o 98c 0 sWyfrwf Lead, reinforced with Zinc Oxide and Genuine LinOil in correct proportions is the' best paint to use. seed That's the reason painters everywhere use and recommend t A SK any painter and he will tell you that Pure White pyj7 he best paint foit "Your House for.. 4.,..: : $1.50 .$1.98 Curtain Drapery in Lace and S'crim in plain yhite.,Arab and Colors, the kind that .1A is used so much at the present day. Special values XUL .'.'. !,. .... at 50c, 39c. 25c. 19c rand -- .Mastic MimT "THE KIND THAT LASTS" i PEASLEE-GAttLBERT Mr. Alfred Parson was by the bedside of his father a day or so of last week, who has been confined to his room for several D M. J. QATHOF 42t West Marker St. o Between 84th ,BRX. & 5th. - PREE PAINT BOOK D to Paiat Louisville, KyV Ask for beautifully illustrated book, f 'Homes and How Them ako color tetrd showing 45 color shades of. write direct to CO., Incorporated; Louisville, Ity. You'll btt proud of your home when it's attractively painted with Mastic Paint. Besides you'll enhance its value and protect it against the elements. Be sure it's Mastic Paint and you will realize'' the fullest measure of paint satisfaction. , weeks with heart trouble. Eugene Wethington, of Columbia, was in our midst one day last week and informed us that about the first of June, he would be at this place with his machinery ready for manuf actor-jn- g his spoke timber for the market. He has quite a lot of timber here. We understand that the first Sunday in May that there will be an all day service at the Baptist church in our city on the subject of Missions. There will be some able addresses made . Greensburg. xoeU Judge I. H. Thurman has been busy for the past two days in court here trying out the case between P. F. Marshall and J. W. Thomas, in which Marshall contested for the office of County Court Clerk. Thomas received a majority of thirty votes as shown by the returns of the election officers and the, election commissioners gave him a certificate of election and he was inducted into office on January 5. Marshall, in his suit of contest, sought to have a recount of the ballots and the court, at its March term, decided that sufficient irregularities were allegged and proven that would justify the opening of the ballots in the two voting precincts namely; Upper Brush and North Greens-burThe ballots, as found in Upper Brush Creek ballot box, when counted, gave the same number of votes for each of these parties as were" returned g. -- fauli Drug Compano, shall had received a majority of votes cast in the County. COLUMBIA, IedM KENTUCKY. ceived by the return of the election officers and Thomas receiv- ed twenty votes leas, thus mak ing a gain in this precinct alone to overcome the majority of Thomas as given him by the election returns. Keltner & Sexton, blacksmiths, of our town,vare experts on painting. When they get through with a vehicle of any kind, it is just like it was from the factory. They certainly make a speciality on carriage painting. Mr. Leon Shufiit, a former this community, but now of Frye, Ky., died very suddenly ajUiishome with congestion of the bowels, on the 23rd. He was a good man, one that everybody liked, a memjer of the Methodist church and Masonic Fraternity." His'remains were interned by the Masonic Fraternity .at Pickette Chapel. Messrs. cit-izenw- of t by the election officers. In North Greensburg precinct the ballots when opened and counted, showed a mistake of twenty votes. That is Marshall received twenty votee more on the recount than he re The case has attracted much interest, has been manifested by friends of both parties.and large When this recount was had, crowds attended the two day's Thomas filed an amended plead- session. Thomas will appeal the ing setting up the fact that the case. ballots counted by the court in From Texas. North Greensburg precinct were not the same ballots that were counted and certified to by the McGregor, Apr., 21,1 election officers- and thereupon Editor News: the Court called a special session I thought I would write -- the TBelHCLine Weber wagon of the Circuit. Court to convene FOR many years theas the standard GRAIN AND HAT News a few lines. I left Adair been accented MACHINES April 23 to try out the issue Kaitn, Reaper county the 9th with my family wagon value everywhere. No model of of Header. Mower joined by the, amended pleading. Rake, Stackers the Weber wagon was ever so good as the Morris. We drove and Luther liar Leaders 1914 model now on the market. . BarPraue The Court has heard a large numCORN MACHIHES The Columbus wagon this year is the equal of the to Clarksville, Tennessee, but it Plaster, Picker Weber wagon i every way; whers quality and ber of witnesses on either side, rained 30 we had to take the cars ftaders, CnUratart features aro concerned, the Weber and Columbus Ea3ieCHn including all the officer's of the wagons are twin3. One good feature commee to SUkn, Shredders We shipped- - ttbe stock there. both.i3 the International fifth wheel, making these election in that precinct, and throuhg. We saw some fine counS,SiftUamTk tie Market TlttQlJy Fiftk Wteel Farn W?geie CokiratMs Friday rendered a judgment in jThTlnternationaljifth wheel prevents the pulliae try in old Kentucky as we came OaaadGasEs&es ,mjp .or pxteuiof the holstMtfand thcefore deoa away OaTractar favor of Marshall. The Court along in the lower par.t of ..the fccsvec ,wJth" Dec i aaa ihvmk uH fflla iLUU CUIUS SymJtB scixkri fbi3 4fef! CmaSwasM' ' decided that the ballots them1 state.- - I never saw so 'much who has dies GtdilS;Q ISJV Jd ask him to show Ltaur or Columbus wagt selves were the best evidence ikmaen wheat and it was fine. Corn will GrakDrib fifth wheel on these wmom. If you don't knewwho VeedCrkders that could be had" and that no r?n to nlriw here now: Wheat and' vhandkethem, write.zj os'andre wil tU joa where KB) Cruder (wek may see them. JMsrTai evidence had been, introduced Cotton planting hasr oats are fine. Iiteraatiiail HaircstcitaianriAstterict that would tend to show, that begun: ' t Albany they had been' changed or tam- ' I would be glad to see a letter Dcsriif MtCswIci:pered with and that according to in the News, from Breeding or the recount of the ballots in Cole Camp- - Fimd check inclosed year. Send it to McGrlfeor Tex- - Ibiiket I will write again. North Greensburg precinct Mar- - or.$l;00 to py for the News one as. If this escapes the waste L. P. Fktcfer. - International Harvester Farm Wagons SKkf-Toot- i, CENESAL-LIN- I -- iri. - at "IsaB It 1 r. C