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Dix, all charged with selling liquor unlawfully, were before United States Commissioner T. C. Davidson, last Wednesday and Thursday. The proof was conclusive, and they were held to await the action of the Feder al grand jury, the court to convene in Louisville, next October. Bond in each case was fixed at $200. e Large Concern. Conference, District. Columbia Bert Wing, whose career is kndwn The meeting of the Commercial pur- to a number of Columbians, has surlvQiub Friday nighjls for the pose of developing a plan to secure a rendered to the authorities and has railroad for this town and county, and been returned to the TTrankfort penwe trust that not only every member of itentiary from which he escaped in fche organization, but every citizen in 1903, having been sent up for life and near "We Columbia will be present. have reasons to believe that the. xoad can be built without "burdening She "people of this community, and if we fail to secure the rqad it will be our fault. The position of the L. & N. Hoad is now known and will be given in the meeting Thursday night. To allow this opportunity to pass would be a serious mistake; to grasp it would bring developments that would surprise the most enthusiastic. We can ge.t substantial help, and while this help is offered is the time ttoact. The advance in values, the broadening of opportunity, and the expansion of business will all be permanent and will pay 100 per cent, on tihe investment inside of five years So one man, nor no few men here can secure the building of the road, but if we all get together we can build it and reap a harvest in the develop-- from Louisville. He belonged to a very prominent family but lie was guilty of many .crimes. He became infatuated with a girl of. the underworld, who was also a member of a prominent family at Greenville, Ky. The girl left her home, going to St. Louis, and while in that city Wing shot and killed Jodie Glenn, who lived the ment that will follow. We trtiat that court-hous- e will be crowded' on we will all see the importance of immediate action. Don't allow bad weather or tired feeling to keep you away. Come and let us all pull together and we will get the road. -- the night set for this meeting and that Not Dead. "We afternoon upon receiving a letter fram Dr. C. A. Cox, Jones-borTenn. Six or eight months ago some one reported to this community that he had crossed the divide, and as he was in very delicate health the last time he was here, the report was taken as a matter of fact. "We were truly glad to learn that he was still in the land of the living, and we hope there are many more days in store for him. He became acquainted in Columbia in 1864, being a surgeon in the army, and he has visited here almost once or twice a year since, with the exception i)f the last three years. He has many friends in Columbia and Adair county, and should he again be permitted to visit us, he would be given a hearty TV ednesday o, were very gladly surprised last in this town with his parents the first year of the reign of Columbia Chris tian College. Ifor the crime he was sent to the Missouri penitentiary from which he escaped after serving a few years, landing in Louisville where he again met the girl, she having come from St. Louis. The girl went by name, Essie Davis, but her real name was Reeves. One night they quarreled and Wing stabbed her to death. He escaped, but was caught tried and given a life sentence. Had it not been for the girl's father, Judge Beeves, who appeared before the jury, saying he would be satisfied with a lfe term, a verdict for the death pen alty would have been rendered. Wing is now past GO years old and says he surrendered because he was tired of the life he was living. Hon. J. Rumsy Wing, who was a prominent lawyer of Louisville, was a brother of Bert Wing. He was in Center College, Danville, at the same time was Judge H. C. Baker, of this place. He was appointed Minister to Equador by President Lincoln, dying a short time after returning from that country. Col. W. C. P. Breckenridge married his widow. Weighing Mails. The annual job 'of weighing and counting all mail dispatched over rural and star routes 'began last Thursday and will continue for sixty days, until June 15th. During this time every. piece or man dispatched as above will be classified, weighed and counted ..and the rural carriers and employers in the various postoffies will have this much extra "work in addition to their regular duties. Work at Columbia postoffice is enormous. welcome. The New Automobile Law. The new automobile statute is much Clean Up Days. At a joint meeting of the Town Council, and the County Board of addition to fines ranging from $10 to Health, Friday and Saturday, May 8 $50, it imposes imprisonment in the and 9, were set apart as cleaning up county jail for terms of five to thirty days in the town. Every citizen is didays, in the discretion of the court rected and expected to clean up his and jury. The maximum speed limit premises, looking particularly after is twenty miles an hour. Id the res- the back yards, privies and cellars. idence sections of incorporated cities Leave no tin cans lying around as and towns the speed must not exceed breeding places for mosquitos. The fifteen miles, and in the business sec- Town Marshal and the Health officer tion it must oe reduced to ten miles will see that these suggestions are The registration number must be dis- carried out. Put the trash in bariells played in the specified position and or boxes, and wagons on Saturday will must not be illegible from dust or haul them away. more stringent than the old one. In mud. -- Mr. Hardin Cundiff had the misfortune to lose three nice shoats last week. They got into the oat field and Mr. Cundiff's children undertook to run them out. Tiiey got too hot, all dying in a very short time. They would have weighed from 05 to 85 pounds each. Machine Shop. pay the highest cash price. CampbelJsville Manufacturing Co., Newton Atwell bonded Thursday Campbellsville, Ky., or we will mannight for his appearance at October Federal Court, Louisville, Messrs. W. ufacture your wool as you direct. E. Msers, J. H Young, Charles Walls, and Dr. S. P. Miller signing the bond. LOST, Ball and Spindle with the Jasper Bunch and Wm. Dix were conJacob staff mountings. veyed to Louisville. We 23-2m State officials and representatives of large fire insurance companies terminated Thursday at Louisville negotiations for settling the insurance trouble, the insurance men rejecting the last proposal of the State officials and holding out for repeal of the Zorn act of 112. I have purchased the W. A. Helm outfit, and am located at his former shops on Bomar Heights, Columbia, Ky. I am prepared to do do all kinds of work in the way of repairing machinery. I also furnish repairs, in either brass or iron fixtures. I am fully qualified to do all kinds of work. I solicit your patronage. j. m. Kearnes. 2G-2- m Wool Wanted. T. C. Faulkner. The combination proposition five Oak country, wasbefore United States Commissioner T. C. Davidson, Friday, papers for a small sum of money, now charged with selling liquor, and was runniug in the News, will be out the 2Sth of this month. Now is the time acquitted. to take advantage of the offer. Mr. W. T. Price, of this place, has rp"wn a lemon which weighs one Under the management of Mr. C. i .pound and nine ounces and measures Brent Roberts the Taylor County Enyt-hinches in circumfe'i&nce. 5 quirer issteadily improving. It takes an editor who is printer to Twenty-si- x business houses and nine- bring out the kinks. teen residences were destroyed by fire one night-las- t week, at Hodgensville. Next Thursday night will be the The loss is estimated at $175,000. regular meeting of Columbia- Lodge. Parlor Ciiole last; Jlould aJtendf M 0ier; w Rework vaar week, and the reels for this ,.wv. t511 of special interest. Thursday, be Jas.- - C. Popplewell has been apfc Mr. JFriday and Saturday nights pointed postmaster "Springs', Good shows xRuel Burton, who lives in the "White at "NTn 07ft Tn.ni? - All ,,i "" Born, to the wifft nf J. TJ. Tnt.f. Tr i' Mi1ltown, a few days ago, a son. ' iness man. atRussel mercnanRanoa 'popular 2eflsa busi- - 'j:ry. - r. Mr. David Bryant, who lives in tha With an authorized capital stock of White Oak section, was in Columbia a n compa$100,000, the District Conference, Columbia Dis- fewVlays ago and gave us the followny,, a concern for the purpose of iming concerning the history of the famtrict, will convene here May 1, porting and wholesaling notions and Rev. S. K. Breeding will preach the ily from which he sprang: He is a furnishings, was chartered Wednesday opening-sermofirst day at 11 o'clock, sou of David Bryant, deceased, who mornipg by Secretary of State R. R a. m. The Conference will meet for was the father of nine sons and two Sneed. Business with the new comdaughters by his first and only wife. pany will begin at once, the concern organization May 23th, at 9 o'clock, a. They were all born and reared in m. having taken over the Park-ComAdair county, all of the nine sons livW. F. Hogard. Textile company at 330 Public square. ing at this time, and all of them ara Following an invoice of stock, busiliving in the county but "two, who re Gets Big Verdict. court-housd ness will resume by the Railroad meeting in the side in Taylor county. They are al Be there. company at the old stand. 7:30, Friday evening. in reasonably good health, and their In connection with the importation W. C. Cundiff, circuit clerk of' Cas- ages range from 53 to 80 years old. HONOR R0LLG. SCHOOL. and wholesaling of notions, the new ey county, was awarded $4000 damages One of the daughters died some years company will later manufacture a in the Boyle Circuit court yesterday ago. The other one is enjoying good number of articles for distribution afternoon for being put off an excurhealth. First Grade. through their wholesale house. sion train at Ludlow last August. Mary Elizabeth Hatcher The officers of the new company are The case was one of the most stubA Card of ThanKs. Frances Browning as follows: R. W. Comer, president; bornly contested that has been tried Thelma Grissom C. E. McClellan, first here in years. .An appeal will be takAs I have sold my stock of merchan-disa- .I Margaret Patteson M. B. Comer, second en to the Court of Appeals. An imwish to thank all my friends and Lucile Winfrey W. W. Harlln, secretary, and W. L. portant feature of the case was the customers for their patronage to ma Nellie Strange Pierce, treasurer. decision of Judge Hardin that the law part and will be glad for each Marjorie Kelsay Mr. Comer is favorably known to the passed by the Legislature creating the in the and all to continue their trading with Cameron Wilson merchants of this city, where he has office of railway policemen is unconthe new firm. Thanking you all again Milton Murrell been engaged in the wholesale busi- stitutional. Danville Advocate. I am Your Friend, Allen Patteson ness for a number of years. Mr. Frank Sinclair. Harlan Judd. and buyer .first Death of an Old Lady. Second Grade. for new company, has for several years been engaged in the retail business at Allene Nell Marriage Licenses. Mrs. Rachel Montgomery, who was Burkesville, Ky., and is an experienced Frances Russell County Court Clerk Walker Bryant judge of merchandise. The other of- the mother of Eld. J. Q. Montgomery, Nelle Smith . ficers and directors of the company died at her late home, near Ozark, this issued the following marriage licenses Lee Cravens are prominent business men of Nash- county, last Saturday afternoon. She during the month of April: Fourth Grade. was quite an old lady and was highly ville. Tennessean and American. Arvia Morrison to Ella Bryant. Rollin English respected for her many Christian virE. O. Christie to Gertie Walker. Mr. C. E. McClellan, the first' Mell Sinclair Lennie M. Burbridge to Rutha E.of the above named corpo- tues. She will be greatly missed, not Robert Gill great only by her sons and daughters, but by Thomas. ration, is favorably known to Virginia Smith many Adair county people. He has every body in the neighborhood. The L. L. Bennett to Ada Walkup. Mary Summers II. A. Simpson to Josie E. Ellis. been conducting a general mercantile funeral services were conducted MonBertha Yates.' establishment at Burkesville for sev- day morning and the interment was Fifth Grade. eral years, and by fair dealing has in the family burying ground. Many Railroad Meeting. Estelle Denny The Messrs. friends attended the last sad rites. made many friends. Comer are natives of Glasgow, Ky., Nellie Simms There will be a railroad meeting at Base Ball. and the new concern will doubtless Katie Taylor the court-hous- e next Friday night command a large Kentucky trade. Eva Walker at 7:30 o'clock. All citizens who are Lillian Logan. The Lindsey-Wilso- n base ball team interested in securing quicker transpFriday Meet us in the court-hous- e SixtlGrade. met withjiwo defeats last week", but ortation to and from Columbia are evening at 7:30, they are not ashamed of the record urged to atted the meeting. Tell your Frances Reed friends and all come. Corinne Breeding made. Will Not Teach Next Year. N. M. Tutt, Chairman. On Friday they played the St Ada Neat Mary's club, on the grounds of the Ruth Wilson Mary Winfrey Announcement. Farleigh, of Rich- former, and the result was 8 to 7 in Miss Elizabeth Kinnaird Rowe very eff- favor of St. Mary's. Saturday they mond, Ky., who has been a 'Creel Beck The following musical programs will icient teacher in the Graded School, played Middleburg team at Huston-villEubank which terminated 2 to I in favor be rendered during the commencethis place, for the past two years, has Beckham Jeffries. ment at Lindsey-Wilso- n next week. tendered her resignation to take effect of Middleburg. Junior Recital, from the classes of Seventh Grade. at the close of the term, and will not For Sale. Misses Hewett and Walker, Thursday teach next year. She is very popular Anna Sinclair afternoon, 3:30 p.m. with the school and has made "many Kathrine Nell Graduation Recital by Misses Mary friends during her two years stay in Limited quantity of pure Cary Jackman. Kentucky Chandler and Kate Hogard, Friday Columbia. Upon taking her departure grown Eighth Grade German seed 31.75 per night, S p. m. from our midst, she will carry the best bushel. Beware Millet of Western seed. Few Bonnie Judd Recital, Saturday night, 8 p. m. wishes of the dealers have Southern German Millet Anna Eubank this year. Jas. D. Shelby, Margaret Lovett All parties owing me on notes or act. Dr. U. G. Foote, pastor of the TemDanville, Ky. Montgomery. Allene ple Methodist Church, Louisville, Ky.f count please call at Gill & Waggener's Ninth Grade. will preach the commencement ser Nearing the Century Mark. store and settle, and oblige, Creel Nell mon before the Lindsey-Wilso- n pupils Frank Sinclair. Tenth Grade. the third Sunday morning in this Mrs. Easter Dohoney, mother of month services at Rex Holladay the church. On Mrs. Nannie Flowers, with whom she the following morning he will deliver Mr. DuKe at Gradyviiie. Edgar Diddle makes her home, this place, was ninety-si- x the address to the graduating class, Clay Smith years Id last Saturday, the 2nd, Lindsey-Wilso- n chapel. The pub Lettie Dunbar. A large crowd was at Grady ville last inst. Her general health is good, and in lie is invited to both services. Grade. Eleventh Sunday to hear Mr. H. Z. Duke, of her mind is active. She is evidenly Texas, who is a layman, and who is the oldest white person in Adair counGrace Conover YOUR LAST CHANCE. out in the interest of the Lord. Some ty. The occasion was duly celebrated Mary Myers years ago he started a 5 cents store and the old lady received a number of Kate Gill no presents. and he now owns twenty-seveSmith Gill Skybald for iale. article valued over 5 cents is sold at, Bryan Garnett any one of them. Four or ffve years Mr. Scott Montgomery exhibited at He is a deep sorrel with bald facer Dora Eubank. ago he discovered that he was worth ttiis office last Thursday, 14 hands high, one year old and all inwhat is said one hundred thousand dollars and he to be an Indian hen. It is a water dications of a fine saddler. He is by Pianist, Listen! decided that was all the money he de- fowl and they are said to be common Bald Chief. I will sell reasonable sired, and since that time he has given on Cumberland River. This bird was See me at once. At.. every cent he has made for the spread caught by Mrs. Montgemery, who disJo M. Harris, King Baggot Rag. of the Gospel. He wants no more covered it in her poultry yard. Columbia, Ky. It is money for himself. The people of deep blue in color, white bill and Gradyville showed their hospitality We do not know of such a Church Improvements. (BY G. "W. loave.) dinner on the ground for everybody. a Monday afternoon a fair audience bird ever before being on exhibition idea, . A real rag, a real hit. a real The interior of the Methodist here real melody. That's all. Send for it. greeted Mr. Duke at the court-hous- e church is now undergoing repairs. Price, net 25c. per copy.. Address, and listened to an interesting talk. We do not mind publishing short Metal ceiling i3 being put on and the G. W. Lowe, Giving to the Lord was his theme. obituaries,- - but when a writer takes walls are to be repapered and the Coldmbia, Ky. Monday night he spoke at the Pres- up four or five pages in telling about woodwork repainted. When finished byterian church, his talk being along the dead, we will have to reject the it will present a handsome appearance. Don't fail to take ice cream and the same line. He is a very zealous sherbert next Saturday. You will get man and evidently is doing much for manuscript. Obituaries are of inter- The building needs to be painted upon est only to the family of the dead. the outside, but we are not advised your moneys worth. his Master's cause. Furthermore, if The News has already as to whether or nob that will be done ' In consequence of rain, only a small mentioned a death, 'it is unnecessary at this time. Removal of a Landmark. audience was at the Presbyteriad to publish a second account. church, hence Mr. Duke will speak in Ice Cream. The little red brick on Burkesville the same building this (Tuesday) night. There will be a public debate at the across from Mrs. Marcum's Every body invited. street, Lindsey-Wils- on next Saturday evenMiss Mollie Caldwell and Mrs. Geo. residence, the property of Dr. B. F. ing, beginning at 8 o'clock. A live Wilson will serve ice cream and sherMr. W. T. Taylor, is now bein'g razed, In these stirring times men who question will be discussed and those bert in the Hancock Hotel on BurkesMcFarland-superintendinthe work. want to keep in touch .with current who will attend may expect to be en- ville street, Saturday, May 9th, from It is one of the oldest houses in Co- events should read the Review of Re- tertained. i o'clock in the afternoon until 10 lumbia. Dr. Taylor will build on the views The magazine is edited by o'clock in the evening. Everybody frame, the same lot a large Hon. Owsley Stanley spoke at invited. some of the best writers in the nation. building to be completed before fall. It deals with the troubles in Mexico Jamestown last Friday. The speakMiss Cary Rosenfield had the misand also keeps up with the doings in ing had not been well advertised, This WeeR. fortune to get badly burned about Congress. Subscribe for it. Address hence a small crowd heard him. the right shoulder one day Ia3t week.,, the Magazine 30 Irving Place, New The new Christian church, at Tab- She wasjn the"cook-raom,whe- n York. aves; 20 Pounds Granulated Sugar $1.00, ernacle, on Green river will be dedi- sel containing hot liquid was accidentAmong the pictures' of .noted men cated the fourth Sunday in June. Eld. ally knocked from the stove, withChe.' Pilgrim (Reasted) Coffee 15c per pound, ' that will be hung on the walls of the J. Q. Montgomery will preach the result as above stated. 20c per pound, Monarch reoeption room, State Capitol build- dedicatory sermon. Dinner on the 26-2- t. for cash. ing, will be one of Gen. Frank L. The May term of the Adair Circuit RUSSELL & CO. , Wolford, who died at his home in this ground. Court will open Monday week. Sheriff place eighteen or twenty years ago. All the material for the Plum Point Mitchell will have everything in readiMessrs. J. A. English, J. W. Flow-or- No. man in war .was more- - valiant, and Bridge arrived last week, and nnfi m. Cravens were peace, he had not an equal upon work'of replacing the structure .the ness. in com " .trustees of the Graded School last the stump. menced Moriday , morning. It will5! The program for Field-Daab Lintf- Saturday.- - Besides these ..three gen: Rom, to the wife of Wf T. Price, on take but a.few'days to complete the is pubiishedt.in Mr. J. D'. 'vL'oweand, Mr. 'tlemen ' ';job." "3 paper: ,Ffank Sinclair maice 'up tne ooara. . j rtiarc&h of Anril. a. s'Dn.. Comer-McClella28-3n er newly-organize- vice-preside- vice-presiden- t; Mc-Clelld- n, vice-preside- vice-preside- nt ., e, -- A-itan entire-communit- 27-4- n, "" web-foote- d. g two-stor- y w e- f -- -- .1 , r sey-unso- n, to-day'- s: '' X 1 J& C. THE ADAIR OQUNTY NEWS ijV a . Jj w XC. Irvine's Store. A- - Mr. W. R. McBeath, who has Been confined to his bed for three or four years, is no better. Helen and Leslie Dunbar are visiting their uncle, H. Dunbar. J. K. Holder, of Eli, is ing a new house. erect- - H. L. Wade & Son are receiving their new spring goods which Mrs. Melvin Petty, of Picnic. Rev. G. R. Abrell conducted the makes a nice display. physicians pronounced his mala dy incurable some days ago. He years old and had was sixty-on- e been Postmaster here since the first of last January. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lucy E. Campbell, and by three sons, J. G., H. M. and J. 0. Campbell of this place and by two daughters, Mrs. Eldridge Stotts and v -- . j, , . .. - te. I am living where I can hear the horn toot and the hounds yelp the fox hunters delight. H. Dunbar is doing a nice business with his gasoline grist mill. Plenty of.meal $1.00 per bu. J. K. Butcher and Bill Blair, of Eli, are building a new house for Walter Stephens, of same place. We notice Pulaski county aims to vote to sell bonds for new pikes for the county. How long oh how long do we have to take the summons. funeral Thursday afternoon at General Sanitation, W. S. Chandler. Sanitation Under the Mosiac Law, Z. T. Williams. the residence, after which he and Other Things, Things, was laid to rest in the family Little U. L. Taylor. JMcChord, Health Law3. burying ground by the Masonic Dr. R. C. Dr. J. N. McCormack, a general Fraternity, of which he had been lecture illustrated by lantern slides. a member forty years, the Glens-for- k This meeting will be at the Courthouse, and we want everybody to atLodge assisting the home tend. It is for the public. S. P. Miller, President, lodge in the rites. He was a U L. Taylor, Secretary, member of the M. E. Church Rugby. South, and during the last few days of his life expressed the Mrs. Flora Rossen was on the fact that he was ready to go sick list last week with rheumawhenever God saw fit to send tism and neuralgia. Program of the AdHrCbuntf Med- rolling at Mr,.mthan &urrell?s,t ical Society to be'Held in Co Tuesday, April 21st. At noon lumbia, Ky., May 14th Two . there was a bountiful repast served. In the afternoon they Sessions-Aftern- oon went back to the new ground and Night. and finished rolling logs. They made about 300 heaps of logs. ' AFTEKNOON SESSION Diphtheria, S. P. Miller. The sale at Mr. J. O. Polleys, Every. floor is teeming with the newest .. and Pneumonia, W. E. Grissom. April 22, was very well attendCerebro Spinal Meningitis, W. F. Cartwright. ed and chings brought a reasonM. Russell. Tuberculosis, 0. able price. Paper their own selection, Mr. Melvin Blair is now pullB. J. Bolin, S. S. Simmons Stocks tip the Acme of Excellence SESSION. stump pullNIGIIT ing stumps with his RUGS, CARPETS, DRAPERIES and WALL School Sanitation, Tobias Huffaker. er at Mr. E. A. McKinleys. SPRfNG -- 1914. best in , Wall and Floor Coverings PAPER Vie with each other for Early Recognition re- Knifley. The Best news of all are our Low Prices, fixed by an Most of the early peaches are killed but the late ones and apples are safe. Economical Organization, Centrally Located, yet armers behind in these parts. moved from the high rent district. Wet weather is getting the Hubbuch Bros., & Wellendorff j Incorporated Tobacco plants are plentiful in this section and a large crop will be put out. Young grass looks well. Also 522 and 524 West MarketlSt. For more than Thirty Years, Louisville's Leading Carpet and Rug House. the mud? Why can't Russell and Adair get busy. Well, I have not written to the "Good Old News', in so long, I thought I had better write some. In my former letters I corresponded from Eli, but from now on they will be from Irvine's Store, the place of peace and plenty. Last Wednesday morning at Mrs. Florence Harvey, who Mr. Willie Humphress, a son 8 o'clock, Robert Aaron died at with her son and daughter-in-laof Mr. Jas. Humphress, of this his home near Esto, Ky. He Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Harplace, who lives near Cane Valwas born i?'eb.. 29. 185b. died vey, are better from meat poisley, is quite ill with lung trouble April, 15, 1914. He was a victim oning. The meat did not keep and has been for some time. of consumption. He bore his good and they were very sick for Mr. W. B. Hovious and family suffering with patience and was several days. left here last Thursday for Leb Dr. L. D. Hammonds mother, ready and waiting when the end Several from this place attendanon, Ky. Mr. Hovious is a wife of Jonas Hammonds, died came. He professed faith in ed the funeral of Mr. Gerard drug man and travels by rail and Sunday, after a long illness of Christ about 35 years agojoined Campbell at Dirigo last Wednes Lebanon will be more convenient. cancer. Dr. stayed with her.for the Cumberland Presbyterian day. We were sorry to hear of the last month. I imagine all help- church, at Grant's school-housMiss Bettie Monday visited his death as he was one of our ful hands could do, was done but in which he lived a consistent Mrs. Anna Hovious a few days best citizens. alaslman has but so small a pow member until his death. He was of last week. There is a fine prospect for a er against the inevitable. The be- born and reared in Adair county Mr. S. H. Knifley visited his beech mast this year. We hope reaved ones have the sympathy and was married to Martha Lawdaughter, Mrs. Kirby Simpson, there will be for it will save lots fall who knew them. less in 1880. To this union there of Taylor county, a few days of of corn. were four children born, Elmer last week. Child Cross? feverish? Sick? A few of our farmers are done A cross, peevish, listless child, with and Ezra Aaron, Mrs. Pink Holt Sunday School at this place is planting corn. There is a big coated tongue, pale, doesn't sleep; eats progressing nicely under the sometimes very little, then again ra- and Mrs. Zura Marcum. Mrs. preparation for a corn crop. venously; stomach sour: breath fetid; Marcum preceded him to the management of Mrs. W. L. Ruspains in stomach, with diarrhea; grinds teeth while asleep, and starts grave several years ago. We Indigestion? Can't Eat? No Appetite? sell. up with terror all suggest a Worm A treatment of Electric Bitters in would say to the bereaved famRev. Winkler, of Taylor counKiller something that expels worms, creases your appetite; stops indigesand almost every child has them. ily, weep not, as those who have tion; you can eat everything. A real ty, will preach at "the Christian Kickapoo Worm Killer is needed. Get spring tonic for liver, kidney and a box Start at once. You no hope, for uncle Bob is not stomach troubles. Cleanses your whole church the second Sunday and won't have to coax, as Kickapoo dead, only sleeping, and is wait- system and you feel fine. Electric BitSunday night in May. ' Worm Killer is a candy confection. ters did more for Mr. T. D. Peedle's Expels the worms, the cause of your ing, beckoning thee to come to stomach troubles than any medicine Ralphus Corbin visited Demp-se- y child's trouble. 25c. Recommended by 50c he ever tried. Get a bottle the other shore, where there will Paull Drug Co. Ad. Bault Sunday nightj and Sl.00. Recommended by Paull be no sad parting. Ad. Drug Co. Mr. John Arnold and daughter, Dirigo. The community has lost a good Iraycraft. Flossie, and grand daughter, citizen, but God knows "what is Rubie Tucker, visited his daughThe Dfrfgo man has been very best. He alone can heal your Wheat is looking fine in this ter, Mrs. Fannie Tucker, of Casick for the past ten days but is broken hearts. Look to him in community. sey Creek, last Saturday. glad to report that he is some this sad hour. "Only look and Mr. Valentine Bryant is on the Jbftter at this time Mr. C. D. Crenshaw was in you shall live." sick list this week. The funeral services were con Mrs. Mary E. McKinney, wid Mr. J. D. Hayes' condition is this section last week chasing -- ow of the late C W. McKinney, ducted by Rev. S. P. Sullivan af-t- no better. the boys around. which the remains were laid Mr. J. O. Polly sold four shoats died at her home here on the 12th Most Prompt and Effectual for Bad inst. She was 78 years old and to rest in the family burying to Mr. Frank Sinclair, of Columcolds. bia, for $2.20 per head. is survived by several children, ground to await the' resurrection When you have a bad cold you want Mrs. Nancy L. Hughes cele- a remedy that will not only give relief : grand, children and great grand morn, when the silver trumpet and permanent brated her 67th birthday last but effect a prompt pleasant to take is cure, a remedy that children. She was buried at the shall sound and the dead in Sunday, April 19th. She receiv- a remedy that contains nothing injutStotts cemetery. Rev. T. J. Christ shall rise. There was a rious. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ed many nice useful presents. meets all these requirements. It acts Campbell preached the funeral. large number of relatives and The flower gathering at Mr. on nature's plan, relieves the lungs, Mr. Girard G. Campbell died friends present to pay their last Steve Abshers last Sunday after- aids expectoration, opens the secretions' and- jestores, the system , to a home here last Tuesday.. tribute of respect to the deceas- noon was reported quite af suc- healthy, condition. This remedy has a at his w, a milk cow and it goes to show that there is plenty or he would not be out, as corn and cows are higher than ever was known since the war of 1861-'and Wilson president too wonder what is the cause-Tarif- f? "Please answer some one. 5, Mr. Alvin McWhorter, who Have you an annoying cough? Is it T. J. Rossen sold a nice calf to stubborn ann won't yiele to treatment? left here several years ago for Get a 50c bottle of Dr. King's Hew Harden Harvey for $22.00 Discovery Oklahoma, has returned to make What it did for Jennie Elemming it will do for you, no Miss Irene Harvey has been this his home. matter how stubborn or chronic a cough may be. It stops a cough and on the sick list for several days. A. C. Wheeler sold one work throat and lung trouble. Relief or Rufus Hayse and family have mules to B. F. Monday for $125. money back. 50c and $1.00. Recom When you meet a man he is mended by Paull Drug Co. Ad. lagrippe this week. It seems like Mr. J. B. Grant makes our either hunting a load of corn or we will have it in our neighborObituary. is day to-da- y. spring sown oats Very little garden stuff planted owing to J. E. and James Rossen transthe wet cold weather. Coughed for Three Yours. acted business in Columbia last Mr. Robert Bault, who has "I am a lover of your godsend to hu Wednesdsy. manity and science. Your medicine, been sick for several months, Dr. King's Xew Discovery, cured my Roy Garmon has built a new gradually grows worse. cough of three yearr standing," says Memming, of New Dover Ohio. porch to his house. Jennie Special All Persons Who Notice Are Behind hood all the year. town every fordable. that the creek One Year on our Subscrip- tion Books Will have to Come off, Unden the Law, if not Paid at once The Government Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year e, $t$ Let Us $ P. O. M$$3$ Reason Together j to-da- y. s f Was a Wise Old Saying to-da- y. to-da- y. I want every xn and that is exacty what I want us to do JFAEMER who has Sheep, to investigate my work, and see if this is not the place for you to bring or ship your "WOOL to get the best VALUE for it."K"ow if you don't want your Wool Manufactured, I X will pay you the BEST HOME MARKET PRICE, for I need every & pouna oi wool i can gee. x am crying-1- represent um uiu laamuuu goods like our mothers used to make, in the manufacture of Blankets, Flannels, Lincy, Jeans, Yarnes, Etc. Let me hear from your sv wool tnis season any way. Goods shipped 'cheap by mail anywhere. Farmers Woolen Mills, Jamestown, Ky. K. L. REECE, Mgr. Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. $$t Cheer Up. And advertise from morn to night, don't overlook a day, and er When things ain't going right soon you'll see the world grow with you, and you can't make bright, and things will come them gee; when business mat-te- rs your way. Invest in good publook real blue, and you fear licity, and fortune you will greet bankruptcy; when cobwebs gath- and in a little while you'll be way up on Easy street. Luke er on your stock, and customers McLuke. are rare; wljen all your assets . -- J He, had beenn feeble health for ed. , cess. several moittlw and the attending , A Nephew. , r There was an log are in hock, don't cuss and tear cure fOr Stomach Disorder. your hair. Just listen to this Disorders of the stomach may be sage advice, and take it if you avoided by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets. Many very remarkable cares world widei sale and. use, aud.can upon. Sold by Paull are wise; give every article a haveTea effected by these tablets. Ad. Drug Co Ad. price, and then go advertise. Sold by PauU'Drug Co. - w- rs v Wl - tSf f-- a THE Al)AIR COONT NEWS before the country. They know that their President is right at heart and esrnestly trying to do what is best for the whole people and what further counts for a great deal, they are taken into his confidence and they know what he is doing. The people like to know what is going on in our own government and are tired and disgusted with secret underground methods in public affairs. They like to be trusted in these things and they understand them much better than a lot of politicians think they do. This is one of the big factors underlying the falmost universal confidence that the President Herald Troubled conditions in Turkey have led numbers of young Mos lems many more than can be Hog Wallow news. M Our Best Offer E izsm Raz Barlow became stage S magic lantern show to Tickville. struck this week and followed a One o f Isaac Hellwanger's dawgs followed him to church received to apply for admission to Christian schools. When a Bible woman can be supported on $2.50 per month, why do not more people support The Biggest Combination Bargain of Standard Publications Ever Offered " r . last Sunday and went inside, but got up and walked out before the sermon was half over. patch and Miss Fruzie Allsop's hat are showing signs of spring. onion Tobe Moseley's them? Mohammedans of India are Here is the Offer 1 year $1.00 The Adair County News I year 1.00 The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer ly 1 year Farm and Fireside, .50 Household Journal & Floral Life, mthly..l year .25 semi-month- It may be the style now for women to have their backs photographed, but Miss Hostetter Hocks says the fellow that gets a tin type of hers will have to do so behind her face. planning an effort to mohamme-diz- e Japan. A strong deputation has been commissioned to study the situation. In more than 700 schools and colleges there are 40,000 young men and women in mission study classes. Poultry Husbandry, monthly ToDay's Magazine, monthly 50 50 Our Special Bargain For All Six, Each One Year Only ers. 3p I I We consides this the biggest and besfc bargain we have ever been able to offer our readOur own publication heads the list. The other FIVE have millions of readers and are too well known to need a further introduction. Please remember our contract with the publishers is limited and this offer may be withdrawn at any time. Take advantage now while the opportunity is yours and you will not regret the investment. If you are already a subscriber to any of the above your subscription will be extended one year from time it expires. Call or mail all orders to 7fJ Poke Eazly was seen at the Hog Ford church last third Sunday with a new pair of pants on. They are his old ones fixed up, but this fact is not generally known. Miss Fruzie Allsop has been chosen secretary of the woman's The Adair County News, in Columbia, Ky. mil regiraragEiwigRsg r4ittz&mr4SMwsj!m&:m ii ii iii i ii i rrr inTTTmTwT-fiiir- a fn in i i Was Guest of Gen.. Villa. BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels who left this week for New York, whence he will sail for France, who re- Col. Phil T. Chinn, tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but off. and is neither useful nor ornamen Silver Seal Varnishes Paints Finishes, Stains and And they will cost you 25 less than other high grade brands. Tell us your paint needs today and we will send you our PAINT BOOK free. It gives prices and other valuable information. Kentucky Paint M'g Company, (Incorporated) 513 W. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. 0. G. HAHDWICK, Pres. J. P. COCKE, V. Pres.; R. 8. D1ETZMAN. Sec I W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply ESTABLISHED 1861 Cq. - INCORPORATED 1889 mHWIGHTS 1301 TftlRTeeNTH-JAftlN. f (DACJ1IT41STS SAW MLIS. ENGINES. BOILERS, GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS L0UISVILL6 SMOKE STACK Sheet Iron and Tank WorK cently returned from Jaurez, Mexico, when he had a string of horses at the track, while in Lexington related several stories of his experience in that revolution ridden country, which shows the mannor of man General Villa is. While in Jaurez, Col. Chinn made the acquaintance of the rebel leader and became quite intimate with him. He told a story here which illustrated how the bandit general ruled with an iron hand and how promptly he deals with offenders. At the time Col. Chinn was at Jaurez a large number of rebel soldiers were in and around the town, and these frequently became intoxicated. Strict orders were issued by Villa to the saloon keepers not to sell the soldiers intoxicants, but ' later the violation of the order became flagrant and many of the soldiers were found on the street in a drunken condition. By the order of the rebel chief that place. the drunken soldiers were arrested and put under guard. They President were forced to tell where they organization of the Dog Hill church. She has bought a 'pen and ink and will enter actively upon her duties at once. Miss Allsop has long had a desire to enter the field of literature and is proud of the opportunity that now confronts her. Ellic Hellwanger i s being watched with curiosity, as he has not had on his Sunday necktie in over a montn. it is ruraoreu that he has given up all hope since Raz Barlow received his new derby from Sears & Within a few.weeks the Northern Presbyterian Board of Minis Obituary. terial Relief has received gifts On the the 28th day of March, and bequests amounting to $200,-001914, the Death Angel visited the home of Mr. George Shaw, Jof In Italy there are now 600 Waterford, Spencer county, Ky., Protestant churches, with a total and claimed for its victim his membership of 25,000, numerous beloved wife, Nellie. She was a Protestant schools, medical missufferer of consumption and had sions and fifteen religious been sick about three months. Nellie Smith Shaw was born Haunt of Train Robbers. April 1st, 1878, and was married 0. January 31st, Shaw. 1898, to George God saw fit to tane her away, so He called her to come up higher. Mrs. Shaw leaves a husband, two children, three sisters, two brothers, a mother and a host of relatives and friends to mourn their loss. Nellie ha3 gone to be with her father who about seven months ago fell asleep in the arms of Jesus. After having read the almanac Her place is now vacant, but through two or three times it is" do not weep dear husband and still hard for Columbus Allsop to children, brothers, sisters and understand what patent medi- mother, for Nellie is only asleep cine has to do with the condition in Jesus to await the resurrecof the weather. tion morn. Death is no respecter of perProf. Sap Spradlin got him a memorandum book about a month son, it comes to old and young ago and carries it around with alike. If you have given your him for the purpose of setting heart you can face death without fear. down all his thoughts Her three months' illness was amount to anything. So far he has not had occasion to make any one continual fight to recover her health so she could stay with her notations. husband and children, but such Fletcher Henstep came in this was not the will of the Lord, so morning with the report that she calmly committed herself to spring had arrived at Bounding Billows, and that everybody was the Father's will. She delighted beginning to dig fishing worms. to read the Bible. Many thank9 are. given to friends who were Spring will probably reach during Nellie's illabout day tifter tomorrow so faithful ness. as we are only 8 miles west of .. During the last 27 months there have been three train rob- beries on the outskirts of Columbia, S. C, and one daring holdup within SO miles of Columbia. The train robberies have been the work of "lone bandits," In two of the train robberies-i- n Columbia the registered mail was looten. The amount secured by the robbers has not been made public by the post-offic- ' e authorities, In the latest train robbery in Columbia, which occurred a few weeks ago, the bandit chose the express car for his operations. He secured nothing of value. All three of the train robberies have features in common. The two which occurred in December, 1912, and on March 5, 1914, are that Hog-wallo- w Items of Interest. JOBBING WORK. SOLICITED All Kinds ol Machinery Repaired- - g;ErpBiWI rfl ONE if j I BMl SyflVjr , ' square miles and is Machine, Shop. ple of the country that has been 12,000,000 V ' promptly shot to death down a chick's throat cures out and capes. A few drops in. the f occupied by no chief executive therefore the second largest coninkinc- water cures and I have purchased the W. AA. Helm" ' ' by Villa's orders. Col. Chinn prevents cholera, diarrhoea. '" ' P Monroe, they trust tinent on the globe. and other chick diseases. One' since James outfit and am located at his former 60c bottle makes 12Trallons of .shops on nomar neigntsr Columbfa, invitation from the him because he shows them he medicine A' an druggists. China's women. hot her mines, I keep on hands a full stock of received an Sample and booklet on Dis- Ky. I am prepared to do do all kinds robes. I also keep eases of Fowls" sent kree. coffins, caskets, and to trust' them; and her railroads, her agriculture nor of work in the way of repairing Rebel leader to attend the Btwben Reetfy Ce.iedaften.'i. Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and is. not afraid also furnish repairs, in Prompt service night or two hearses. , but declined' to be they can see that he is right on her manufactures constitute the either-bras- s I priron&ctures.' f BOUBBOtf - iROP 1 OnleklrrfiltnTAihnnTn&UACl. Sore Hag. m1 V.flMlfa nMl. I.I.A TfaafYaTia flnri l.WB 11CUiaigt(l uaV&.bUD ...t.wuw nil nalnfl. Vnnr mnnpv hur.ic if it f&ils to re. Hers anr ache in any nart of the body inl mteen minutes time. .. GOc; Jfruggtsts. Priceumple and At Alltent on leqnetU Free dicnlv ai.. ! 1 342 East Main BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY, St, Mexico is more than 15,000,000. Among Men of honor and ability may intoxicants, which obtained the these, it is said, there is only 206 differ from President Wilson's resulted in the arrest of twenty-eigrepresentatives protestant Chrison one or more public views tianity. saloon keepers. Instead of questions, but regardless of parThe translation of the entire being permitted, to go on with ty, they do not differ as to the their business, as has been the fundamental honesty and sound Bible into tne Tibetan language has now been completed by the case in certain places not a Americanism of the man. The Moravian Himalaya mission to President's open, frank and manthousand miles from Lexington, Tibetans. ly course has won for him a place with violators of the saloon laws, Africa has an area of nearly hearts of the common peoht Wilson. The population of strikingly similar in all their details. In both instances the robbers boarded the trains at Royster when they stopped to get block orders. Both robberies . happened about 10 o'clock at night. Each of the robbers was masked, held pistols on the mail clerks and took several folders containing registered mail. Both trains were brought to a stop between Royster yards and the Union 'station by a pull on the emergency brake cords by the robbers. Each of the robbers decamped for parts yet unknown when the trains reached Whaley. street crossing near the southern boundary of the city. The simi- Jarity of the incidents attendant" upon these two robberies of course, the men wbo perpetrated them were the same,!.' -- sug-gus- ts,. Lexington, these twenty-eig- ht were taken in the POULTRY CURE . i '' . - . ex-ecuti- on, ma-"-chine- ry. -- The Adair County News One Dollar a Year. 'p. .'!" day. Residence Phone 29, ! office 'a - j. t, witness.to the: ..slaughterLex-- ' ington Leader. coiumbia;'Ky. Jqaettiona&e.Tias iamfunyciualifiodtodo all kinds... most, if not all, of the great greaest.of her ,undeyej9red7re. of work.' Iblicityotirpatrona'ge.iw rlaBO, openly. sources. Tvp f i if ...-- . 26.2m- - . -. t - Jafc-Kmw8- $ i , THE ADAIR THE- ADAIR COUNTS! NEWS body, just and fair to forces, had gone back to its leth- stamps representing 320,000 NEWS mind and all men, he has in him tHe mak- argy, its dancing and its prom- pesos. The stampscontinue in ing of a great Judge of our high- enading throtgh the plaza. use. An order is to be issued Finished Every Wednesday est Court, and his friends in this There are no evidences here that that all business done since Ap- . by the - support Mexico is in the throes of a cri- ril 21, in order that they may be County News Company. county will rally to his in August with enthusiasm and sis, torn within and pressed from subjected to taxes accruing since ( Incorporated.) hearty good wishes for his suc- without. The shops, scarred by. the occupation. rifle balls, are busy again reap HOSPITAL IS ESTABLISHED. HAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. cess. foreign inva Mr. Hurt was born in Adair ing the harvest of The first military hospital was Dtmocrttlc newspaper devoted to the years sion "gains. in the prepar established y of the City of Columbia and the people county which, until two Adair and adjacent counties. Women, who hid in teror of atory school building. It ism ago, was part of the Eleventh Congressional District that rolled what they believed would be the charge of Surgeon General Wild as Altered at the Columbia class mall matter. up 20,000 Republican majority. consequences of the landing of liams, of the Third field hospital. Undismayed by this, however, foreign troops, walk again safely Dr. John Guiteras, of the marine 1914 Mr. Hurt was on the stump in abroad. Men who held closely hospital service, is here in charge WED. MAY every campaign battling for to walls in fear and danger of of quarantine work. ANNOUNCEMENT. Democracy, and now, for the snipers, now go boldly about The 700 sacks of mail about first time in his life, asks an of- their business. The inhabitants the disposition of which Rear 3Tob Judge of Court of Appeals. fice at the hands of his party. have taken a new and enlighten- Admiral Fletcher asked WashHis opponent, Judge Hobson, has ed view of. the Americans. They ington, have been delivered to T7.E are authorized to announce COLLIN HURT a candidate for Judge been Judge for sixteen years and have learned that the- troops the Mexicans beyond the gap in of the Court of Appeals, in the Third has drawn from the State Treas- have come neither to loot nor the railroad line. This done on district, subject to the action of the eighty thousand ravish, but to govern not harsh- instructions from Washington. Democratic voters, expressed at the ury in that time , August primary. ($80,000) dollars in salary and ly, but well. Ensign Maddox, wireless offREVELATION TO MEXICANS. now asks for another term that icers of the battleship Utah, who The release of the prisoners In the race for United States will enable him to draw $40,000 has been connected with the sigdungeons Senator, The News announced more, or a total of $120,000 in from the water-soake- d nal service ashore since the landof Fort San Juan de Uloa, where its position six months ago. It salary. ing of the Americans, has demonLas been the policy of this .pubRotation in office is sound Dem- many came forth blinded from strated the feasibility of operat lication from its birth, nearly ocratic doctrine and we very years spent in darkness, was a ing wireless from a train. With Sixteen years ago, to fight no much mistake the temper of the revelation of the character of appartus aboard he went on party man in a primary election, Democrats of the Third Appel- the attitude of the United States. the one of the trains being operated Mexicans of the better class and that policy has been strictly late District if they fail in Auto the point where the track is adhered to, and we feel all the gust to give Mr. Hurt a commis- openly express gratification at torn up and interchanged mesbetter for it. Some months ago sion as Judge of the Court of the restoration of ' order and the sages with the ships and shore we stated, that in our judgment Appeals', a position he can so resumption of business. But stations. from the fact that the troops former Governor Beckkam "was ably and worthily fill. largely the choice of the Demare here Vera Cruz knows little The scouting work of aviators conUNDER CIVIL GOVERNMENT. ocrats of Kentucky for United and .only wonders when the inva- over ana aoove vera uruz COUNTY . Have You Poultry Troubles ? Cure the liver and you cure the bird. Nearly all poultry troubles are due toa disordered liver. Thousands of poultry raisers Who use it all year round to keep their fl5ckS In good liealth, highly recommend i - Ar "RPP TIPP Ow JLC ST0CK & POULTRY MEDICINE BeeDee STOCK & P0ULT8Yj MEDICINE is a sHejdJd cure (of liver troubWTroafi and cMcken cholefl. Given reflilaily With the feed, in small doses, it also makes aa excellent tonic F. J. Slowe, Purcell, Okla. In-tr- ot to-da- It's a liver Medicine. Also a strengthing Tonic. 25c, 50 sad $1. per caa. At yoar dealer's. RB1? Post-offi- ce sec-a- fl 6, Locust Grove StocK Farm z- - For the Season of 1914 I will offer for Ball Chief 3806, A.S. H. R. at Public-Se- rvice, $25.00 to Insure a Living Colt. a rich red chestnut, star and snip, right hind pastern white, 5 years old, 1 6 hands high, has fine head and beautiful long slender tapering ears, has an extremely long thin blady neck, that comes out of his perfectly formed withers in faultless fashion and tapers perfectly to his beautiful head, in which are set a pair of large clear expressive eyes. He has a high well set naU ural tail, which he carries at all times to suit the most fastidious. He has a good strong short back and a most excellent set of feet and legs. He is nicely broken and gaited, and goes all his gaits in a most attractive manner. In color is DESCRIPTION: BALL CHIEF. a-si- de BALL CHIEF has for his sire the champion Montgomery Chief 1361, by Bourbon Chief 976, by Harrison Chief 1606, he by Clark Chief. 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900, by Red Squirrel 53, 2nd dam Juella C. by Jewell Denmark 70, he by Washington Denmark 64. 3rd. dam Dew Drop, by Artist 75. 4th. dam by Cabell's Lexiston. himself a breeder of thy of your careful consideration. He has proven high-cla- ss and is in every way wor- , States Senator and we are of (hat opinion still, basing our iudgmentlon the expressions of the Statejpapers that come to this office, and also from answers to questions made by traveling men, who make Columbia. This paper has stated time and again that Mr. Stanley was able and brilliant, and that he had made an enviable record in Congress and that he should continue to represent the Second district in the House of Representatives. We also stated that it was Mr. Beckham's time to be elected to the United? States Senate, and that we'did not believe he could be defeated. Our opinion has not changed, and we believe that the result of the State primary will verify said opinion. The Democrats of Kentucky believe that Mr. Beckham is entitled to the nomination, and they are ing to show, that is, a large go- ma- jority of them, theirappreeiation of his worth to the party by voting for him at the August primary . In our judgment Gov. McCreary's candidacy will hurt Mr. Stanley more than it will Mr. Beckham, and that the latter is not in danger; that his de- feat can not be brought about by either of his opponents. HON. R0LLIN HURT. Campbellsville News-Journa- l. In this issue of the News-Journ- al appears the announcement of Hon. Rollin Hurt, of Adair county, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Judge of the Court of Appeals in the Third Appellate Court District, at the August Primary election. We know this announcement will give pleasure to Mr. Hurt's many friends in this county, where he is so well known and so greatly admired for his integrity, his ability, his lofty courage, his pleasing personality and all those virtues and graces that make him a man indeed. Mr. Hurt has been a regular practicing lawyer for thirty years and his reputation at the bar 3a above reproach. Vigorous in Vera Cruz, April 30. Vera Cruz went back to civil governunder the laws of ment y Mexico, administered by American officials. The civil govern-men- t, however, remained subordinate to martial law while the work of restoring the municipal organization went forward. Gen. Frederick FwiBton's brigade trooped off the transports and marched to the sandhill barracks and other quarters to relieve Rear Admiral Fletcher's bluejackets, who went back to r. Funston estabthe lished his headquarters in the barracks deserted by Gen. Maas and Fletcher withdrew his staff. The marine corps was distributed to work with the army. Refugees continue to arrive and preparations are being carried forward for their departure. The navy transport Hancock today is lying at Puerto Mexico to take aboard those coming down from Mexico City. She will bring them here for transportation to New Orleans and other ports on the transports Monterey and Morro Castle. Late last night the refugees from Mexico City had not arrived at Puerta Mexico. It could not be learned where they were detained, but it is known that in the surrounding country there is ,no evidence just now of Federal activity. Consul Canada's advices from Gen. Maas indicated the latter was far inland and close to Mexico City. to-da- men-of-wa- tinues, but the men in charge are not permitted to carry their ico City. The progress of mediation is investigations far into the interentirely unknown 'here, but is ior. Roy Wilson, ten years of age, discussed with animation. Opinion among competent observers possibly regarded by his parents, is divided, some believing that themselves refugees, as lost, is Huerta by accepting the proposal here in charge of Consul Canada for mediation in spirit as report- and a few American women who ed in Washington dispatches is have undertaken his care until playing for more time for a sur- he rejoins his parents. Roy liy-e- d prise as he did in the Tampico in Tampico and went to the capital on a visit. He became incident. Shuttle trains continue to run separated from his friends, but from Vera Cruz to the point arrived here safely on one of the where Gen. Maas destroyed the refugee trains. It was learned railroad to the capital and there that his parents meantime had meet passengers from trains been taken out of Tampico with coming down from Mexico City. other refugees and sent to Consul Canada says that practically all Americans in his district have been accounted for. NEWS FROM MEXICO. ders will leave or will go to MexCOMMENDS HIS MEN. RavenlBird 6550 A. S. H. R. By Red Bird G. 1956, he by Joe Brown 1955, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, he by Gist's Black Hawk. 1 st. dam Authalia Thompson 13038, by Ottawa 232, by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd. dam Nellie Ray, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexington. 3rd dam Stella Denmark, by Caldwell's Denmark. 4 th. dam Bonnie Brown, by Nat Brown 81. Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bayfull 6 hands high, 7 yearsjold, he has the best of eyes, feet and legs, a beautiful head and 1 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 a3 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 Irving colt. ss 1 Marion. Marion is a black Jack with white points, 5 years old, 5 hands high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and ears. He has lots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features of a Jack. He has proven himself very sure and a most excellent breeder. Service fee $ 1 0.00 to insure a living colt. 1 first-class REPORTS NOT CONFIRMED. Continued reports of renewed fighting at Tampico, that the battleships Utah and Florida were being held in readiness to sail and that the Dixie was loading with Marines for that port all lacked official confirmation. Official circles generally understood some ships might go to Tampico when the crews were full after the complete withdrawal of bluejackets from shore. Vera Cruz, roused from a tropical drowse by the street battle and landing of foreign Rear Admiral Fletcher's order for the withdrawal of bluejackpaid a high ets, issued tribute to officers and men, not only for valor in action, but also for orderly conduct and the resourcefulness which resulted in the quick restoration of normal living conditions for the citizens of Vera Cruz. The Admiral personally thanked his command and declared: "The highest honor is due those who gave their lives in the service of their country." Among the wireless messages reaching Rear Admiral Badger's flagship was one from the cruiser South Dakota, on the4west coast. It said the cruiser had aboard sixty-fiv- e refugees from various points. The Cuban gunboat Cuba is now anchored with the American fleet. Her last visit here was made when she came to take away Francisco Madero, after lie had been deposed from the pres Diaz idency by the Huerta-Feli- x agreement. The killing of Madero prevented Cuba from- carrying out her mission. Gov. Kerr has been ransacking the civil offices, examining books and accounts and interviewing men formerly connected with the civil government, one result being the discovery2!of to-da- y, -- demanded surrender of the waterworks at El Tejar, which supplies Vera Cruz, and several shots were fired. General Funston sent reinforcements to the scene and located three companies at the pumping station. The Americans are prepared to resist any movement made by the Mexican soldiers A dispatch from' Mexico City 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 slock 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. states that the resignation of President Huerta is expected at any moment. A Mexican mob killed a German woman. -t There are men in high authority at Washington who believe that the mediators will settle the trouble between United States and Mexico, while there are others who believe that war can not be avoided. Vera Cruz is in full charge of the Americans and a civil government has been set up. The wounded American soldiers in Vera Cruz are doing well. From reports received at this office Mr, Hurt is making a most favorable impression all over this Appellate district. A jury of half a million has found a verdict in favor of the Ford. More than five hundrebfthous-an- d Fords sold into world-wid- e use have earned a reputation for serviceability and econemy unparalleled in the motor car world Five hundred dollarsls th8 price of the For d car is five fifty; the . Detroit complete town car seven.fifty-f.o.bwith equipment. Get catalogand particurun-about; the-tourin- - g lars from The Buchanan Lyon Co., Incorporated, Campbellsville,; Ky., agents for Taylor, Green andAdiir counties. a -- 2 v ciJr- ilrlE ADA1K COUNTY NEWS rersu naiffansanto. time with her. husband, who is at Indianapolis. returned Fridays . Mr. G T. Walker, here a few da.vs ao. Glasgow, was Mrs. "E. B. Barker v. Pield : ay Programme Friday, May 8, 1914, ho spent, L.W. T. yxs S. Park, Pr Tennis Shoes ( - Mr. William Terry, Edmonton, "paid Columbia a visit last week. Mr. J. C. Yates, Bradfordsville, was-iAdair last week He was accompaMr. W. O. nied by his Burke, who represents a shoe manufacturing establishment son-in-la- w, 1 5100 yds dash, 16 One mile race and under: 1 W. L Ingram Sandusky Bros. n 2 3 Running broad jump Cuff Buttons? st Pr. Jackson Shoes 4 i j j I Miss Mabel Atkins, who spent a day or two in Louisville, buying goods for her mother, returned home Sunday 5 2nd. Shirtf Boys' Wheelbarrow race Two Pr. Silk Hose 100 yds dash, 14 yrs and under 1st Ball Glove 2nd Silk Tie night. Mr. L. 0. Hindman has been on the sick iistfor the past week. Mr. Ernest .Flowers, who was sick last week, has recovered. Miss Pearl, Nell, Frankfort, who was reported dangerously ill last week, has very much improved. Her sister, Mrs. Geo. W. Staples, visited her a few days ago. Mr. Melvin L. White, who paid his many Adair county friends a visit, left the first of the week for his home in North Carolina. Mr. D. K: Pelley and Mr. J. W. Jones, Pellyton, were here last Thursday. Misses Leania and Lida Kogers, of Dixon, Tenn., are visiting their cousin, Miss Mary Myers. Dr. Thomas Stephenson, of Rowena, was here last Thursday, en route to his 'home, Itowena, from Louisville School of Dentistry. Mr. A. C. Hill, Glasgow, was here a day or two ago. Mr. W. A. Yates, Edmonton, was in Columbia Thursday.: Mr. J. C. Music and Mr. J. W. Fin-le- y and wife, of Duty, Va., were at the Hancock Hotel the latter part of ; 440 yds dash Tennis Shoes 2nd Silk Hose 1st J. D. Lowe J. F. Patteson Henry Hurt Reed & Miller G. R. Reed W. F. Hogard Mrs. L. T. Neat Nell & McCandless Dr. Triplett Girls Relay Race 8 Somersault race I st Box Candy 2nd Box Candy1 st 10 2nd $1.00? .HI 1st $2.00 Pole Vault 2nd Shingle, Shave and Shine 1st Pocket Knife ) Little Boys' Pole Vault 2nd Box Candy j $2.00 ) Drs. Cartwright & Hindman Stevenson & Sandusky V. Sullivan Frank Sinclair Jno. W. Flowers W. T. Ottley Henry Ingram C. R. Hutchison Goff Bros, and Kasey Jones Winfrey & Co. Buford Montgomery Russell & Co. Chandler & fyloss G. B. Smith 9"e$$4444$44$ 4 See what Repairs you need for your Corn 4 4 Drills Cultivators, Etc., so if we have not 4 got them on hand, we can get them for you 4 0 in time. 4 4 Also see our complete line of Corn Drills, 4 Cultivators, Plows, Harrows, Wagons, Bug 4 gies, Stoves and Ranges. 4 Field Seeds 4 and Fertilizers. 4 8 4 The Jeffries Hardware Store. 4 4 4 4 44444444444444 444444444444 . 44CtQ"Q44"Q"fr&"Q II 12 Tie and Clasp Society Relay Race 1st Case Dope " 2nd Doz. Soft Drinks -- Hurdle Race Shirt, 13 14 15 Candy Eating Contest One-ha- lf Box Candy. 1st Shirt and Mile Race Tie 2nd Case Hoop Race 1 My-Co- la Dozen Pictures 16 17 18 19 00 yds dash any age 1 Pr Eclipse Shoes Paint is liquid money. You spread it oyer your house and then sun, wind, rain and dust beat upon it in the effort to wear it out and get at the wood. Bye and bye you have to do it all oyer again but less often with Shot Put Half-hammar Watch Chain 2nd Silk Tie st 1 st Ball Bat ''" Shingle, Shave and Shine Gordon Montgomery A. Loy Paull Drug Co. - Hanna's Green Seal Paint When Tyou think of the cost of paint and painting, remember that one s third is paint and labor. It costs more to put on a poor paint tham a good one. Use the paint that lasts longest ! than with ethers. 20 21 . 22 Z. T.. Williams last week. Page & Taylor 23 iJasper Doss, Pelljton, was here the 24 220 yds dash Parasol Rev. O. P. Bush T5K part of last week. latter Murray Ball 25 Egg Race Bar Pin Mr. W. R. Todd, who has been in 26 Shoe Race Razor Jeffries Hardware Store business in Louisville for two years, Myers & Son st Camera reached home last Thursday night, 27 Potato Race and for the present, will make some C. S. Harris 2nd Knife business here. Mrs. A. H. Ballard spent several Miss Mary Trabue, who has been This Week. days of last week with her mother at very ill since her sister's death is Crocus, Ky. much better. Mrs. Wheeler Short, of Ellington, Mr. G. B. Breeding, of Breeding, 2o Pounds Granulated Jugar $1.00, was here, on business, a day or two of visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Pilgrim (Roasted) Coffee ISc per pound. F. Mullinix, last week. last week. " 20c per pound, " Monarch Miss Agnes Conover, who has been Mr. Tim B. Cravens left Saturday 26-2- t. for cash. .for Tompkinsville and will return the teaching at Leitchfield, returned RUSSELL & CO. first of the week, accompanied by his home last Saturday. Mr. Oma Goode, Campbellsville, was wife, who spent a month with her here the first of the week. Rowes X Roads. parents in that city. Miss Miranda Williams spent severJudge J. C. Carter was in Columbia al days in Louisville last week. Robert Hadley's wife is quite Sunday, enroute to Liberty, where he opened Circuit Court Monday Mornsick this week. ing. Oliver Hadley, wife and baby n Mr. W. D. King, travel-- ' went to Burtontown last week, ing man, was here Sunday and Monday. visiting his wife's people. There are only two meu lelb in the Mis. T. R. Stults has been quite county who served in the Mexican Bob Aaron died April 15, 1914, sick for the past week. war in 1846-- 7 John Eubank, of this after a long illness of that much Messrs. Horace Walker and Frank place, and James M. Campbell, who disease consumption. eighty-fou- r dreaded .Richardson left for Illinois last Sat- lives at pirigo. Mr. Eubank is m. years old and Mr. Campbell is urday, to join a Carnival company. He was 50 years old. He had eighty-fivThe former is in fairly Mrs. TJ. U. Taylor has been ouite good health, the latter is a paraletic, been a member of the Presbytersick chilling for a few day.s. and moves about with great difficulty. ian church for 35 years. He died s Mr. Arthur Bishop and wife, Louisin full faith in his Jesus. He Kentucky Crops. ville, are visiting Mrs. Bishop's parleaves an aged father, old uncle ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Feese. At the present time the fruit crop Tom Aaron, a wife, two sons, Attorney General James Garnett in the state is promising. The wheat came down from Frankfort Friday and crop is the most promising in years. one daughter, brothers and sisremained with his friends until toThe outlook for corn and tobacco ters and many friends to mourn, day. makes the outlook for business good. Mr. J. Q. Phelps, of Esto, was here It is prophesied that if the corn crop but not as those that have .no last Saturday in company with Mrs. for this year meets the average 10 hope. His funeral was preached Ella Phelps and children, the latter year yield, that the prices next fall by Eld. Sam Sullivan at the Libbeing enroute to Oklahoma. will be much lower on this cereal. erty church a great crowd being Mr. T. U. Stuits and Mr. Ewing The livestock industries are promispresent, after which his remains Stults and wife, of Lancaster, arrived ing. last Friday and Satuaday nights. were laid to rest here in the Wol-- f They will remain several days. Local Market. ord graveyard. Prof. Tobias Huffaker, Mr. Everett John Oaks had a $75.00 cow to Allison and Misses Mattie Young, Eva die this week. Murrell, Flora Powell, Rebecca Corder Eggs 13 and Ethel Moore attended the educaPoor old unlucky Jim Selby's Hens 12 tional meeting at Louisville last week. got its leg broke the other Chickens" i2 mule Mr. John S. Grissom, a former citday. It was all the horse kind he 3 Cocks.... '.!....'... izen of Adair county, but who now had. It does seem like luck is Turkeys. J?. 00 .... lives in Oklahoma, reached Columbia V. 6 against Ihim? . last Wednesday, to. remain ten days Geese. . , with his mother and other relatives. Grass, wheat and oats look Ducks 10 His many friends were glad to see Wool spring clipping 18 fine, though the weather stays him. He was accompanied part of Hides, (green) 15 wet and cool. the way to Columbia by Mr. John Feathers 40 John Wheat is better thisweek. Grissom, a cousin, who was reared 5 50 He thinks his new doctor will near Breeding, and who left here for Ginseng v years ago. Iowa thirty-thre- e Beeswax 25 cure him. . by Girls Gold Lavalfer ": Three Legged Race Two Boxes Stationery Girls Basket Ball Game 1st Dinner 2nd Box Candy.;. Running High Jump $1.00 i ? Sack Race Knife . ?itf ',i 9 Ball Throwing : '- Dr. Murrell two-third- Lowe & Hancock Flowers & Beck FOR SALE BY Jeffries Hardware Store, Comfort, Mo., March 26th, 1914. He was 78 years old. He was ES IllPilllll 1 well-know- Additional Locals. e. born in Adair county. Wfyen the war broke out he went with the writer of this letter into Co. G. 3r(iKy., Infantry. Louis made a good soldier. In Oct., 1864, we were mustered out at Louisville Ky. Louis came home with the small-pogave it to his wife and she died. His wife was Elizabeth Chapman. Rev. James Sullivan's wife w as their daugh. ter. Louis went West many years ago. Well, the roll call can come to Co. . about 13 more times then the last call will be made. Now comrades we know our time is very short on earth, we must go. I hope we will be ready when the call is made for us to go. x, G-- r M Insures Satisfaction D VONT experiment with unknown or cheap paint; it's too costly. Mv. --S Get Mastic Paint right at the start and you are absolutely assured of best results and lasting satisfaction. Let U3 show you some fine color combinations and tell you all Ws GUARANTEE under which Mastic Paint about the IRON-CLAsold by us and backed by its makers the old reliable firm of is WA PEASLEE-GAULBERT CO., of Louisville, Ky. VJ m "Free "Homes and How to Paint Them." This valuable book contains fine illustrations andpracticaladvice. Askusfor it. Illustrated Book Kentucky iSbl. fir1 Resolutions. The following upon the death of G. G. Campbell, Breeding Lodge No. 516 F. & A. M. Whereas, God in His infinite wisdom has seen proper to remove from our midst our dearly beloved brother, G, G. Campbell, Past Master of this lodge, who departed this life April 21st, PAULL DRUG CO., Columbia, - I li i mass, Ml m,. fflfc. I ', mmns$w sfL1iiiSe's'3 jg, mi AfficEI)PAlSd MnfWB-l- II II iiiilii lllllll rnTTTSTtn There is lots of typhoid fever in this section at this writing, but I am thankful to say that I have not taken it yet. Well, this is a nice place at Mr. Kuhner. There are only one child, a girl, Miss Louise. She is 14 years of age. She is good looking, but not good looking like the Kentucky girls. Ha ha. This place is 3 miles of Toledo, so I go in town every Sunday. I see lots of my Kentucky friends and lots of my Iowa friends, and I must say they dress fine. The ladies look like they were great-bibeautiful dolls. I don't want to look at them much. I want to have good eyes when I get back to old Kentucky next Christmas. Ha ha. So I had better close wait and write more some other time. So good wishes to all my Kentucky friends. Estil Tucker. to plant corn. - To-da- y. t '. began last July, and after teaching four months was taken sick with muscular rheumatism. She has not fully recovered yet, but thinks may be the change will help her. The latter will assist the former in matters:.,she cannot do without aid. They will have the beet wishes of many friends dur- lner f.Vio1r.sPTvri, -' 2 75 Misses Beatrice and Pinkie Breeding Yellow Root Well, that big dinner at; Luthleft their home for Green county last May Apple (per lb) er Bradshaws fed 3 men and 20 Sunday to be gone two months. The former will finish her school that she Dick Bailey cut an artery in his women and children, then had baskets of good things right hand Monday afternoon. He Luther, his wife and was putting a cross-cu- t saw in a wag- left for on, when it slipped, with the result children to eat the next week as stated. He lost a great deal of and the astonishing parfc was I blood. that we rolled all them logs that 1 seven "' ''J"?-- Rubber Tires Put On and GuaranDr. Jones' good old whisky. Goff Bros. teed. ' Louis Bailey died in Rocky ,tf. . daylwithout a drop of Brother be it, Resolved. That, in the death of Bro. Campbell, our Lodge has been deprived of one of its most useful brothers, the family a kind and loving husband and father, the community a useful citizen, whose charity knew n'o limitatidns, and who was at all times ready to assist a worthy and distressed brother. Resolved, That, we extend to his wife and children, his aged father, brother and sisters, our sincere sympathy in this, their dark hour of bereavement. , Resolved That, a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the 1914, at the age of sixty-on-e years. . He was a charter mem- minutes of our Lodge, and that a ber of Breeding Lodge No., 516 copy be sent to the family of our F. & A. M., in which he lived a deceased brother, and that a copy true and faithful member until be sent to The Adair County death, having filled every stationfNews for Publication E. F. Rowe, Lodge. Therefore in the H. F. Gaston, ' F. A. Strange, Committee. From Iowa. Toledo, Apr., 23, 1914. g Editor News: I will try again to write a few lines. I have been here six weeks and I find the longer I stay the better I like. This is good farming country. It has the sandy land. I work for Mr.W. S. Kuh-ner- , and we are getting along fine farming. Will soon be ready 0 THEADAIK C0UNT5TNEWS C-ti- Jack Chinn I keep constantly on hands of Caskets and Coffijns, Notice A Remedy No Family Should Do Without sin. It is a liquid laxative-tonimild, and never gripes. Is effective on robust people and can be given with safety to an infant. Children like it because of these gentle qualities and because it is pleasant to the taste. It is the best remedy you can have in the house for any disorder of the stomach, liver and bowels, and many people like R. H. Morgan, Price, c, all-arou- nd PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, dui x was completely cured Dy a nice line and Men and Ladies Robes, also a nice Hurse. Location over Cumberland Grocers Co., Columbia, Ky. Phone 52 A. J. B. Jones. Daily This well known Jack will make the season of 1914 at my barn, 'near Milltown, arid will be permitted to serve mares at the sum of $7.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when the colt come3 are the mare parted with. will be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occuK All-care Courier - Journal $.O0 a Year 1 y Sunday J, A C. Browning. No matter how healthy a human beiner may be it is safe to say that not many months are passed without some obstruction of the bowels, in other '.ords, constipation, even if only temporary. The bloating, the may start after the evening dull feeling meal. If a .axative is not taken that night it is certain that sleep will not be sound, and you will awaken unrefreshed. Hence, it is important for you all the members of your family and for good, reliable laxative be alwaysthat a kept in the house for just such emergency. It is sure to be needed, and when needed 'ou want It at hand. No family that is rareful of its health can do without such a remedy. But the question of which remedy to have on hand is also of vast Cleveland Bay Importance. The laxative most highly recomthe majority of intelligent This celebrated Stallion will make mended by as being best for babies Americans and grownups is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep the season of 1914 at Will Johnson's barn, 4 miles south of Columbia and li 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 tolbe 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, feetjand legs and in facta perfect Or better stilJ we will furnish the model in fcevery respect. He is the Adair County News, one year and the best and' qui test work horse I ever seen, and a fine driver for women with 'perfect safety, so he needs no further DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. $1.00 AT ALL Tenn., and Mrs. H. C. Davidson, "Wart- - 50c AND DRUGGISTS. without the necessities as without Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. AllVOnP wi.Slini tn ttioVq a trial nf t,tn remedy before buying it in the regular or one 2 ,i U1 " "'"ssist hi (family dollar a large bottle imy cents size) can "JOE" B. Caldwell. 405 Washinptnn fat Monticello, 111. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. VT. r """ "" C. D. OCMI. 1U U1S I1UIUU Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY Daily State Journal until April last for $1.25. If you want to keep In in touch with the doings at Frankfort while the Legislature is in session, you should have the State Journal. "XJwRJTjJw Special &$ to Eyes Attnetfn Courier - Journal Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer $2.00 a Year Best National News The Adair County News and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One " ( 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 isblack with mealy points, 14 hands high, heavy built, good style and has proven himself a good breeder. We thank the people for their past favors and solicit their future, ones Call and see our stock if interested. Phone Will Johnson. Birdseve view ot 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. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STEEET. 0NBUBK5VILLE mi in iH'iihi i J m Joseph CJ H. 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M. bing rate,) or send the order diThe right kind of holiness is Fox, Sunday. rect to the Courier-Journathat which makes us turn away WEEKLY COUIER-JOUR-NRemedies for Poveriy. from sin and yet seek to help the has been discontinued, sinner. but FARM AND FAMILY, a In the spiritual life there are The treatment of poverty is most excellent illustrated monthly recreations, but no holiday. absorbing the attention of the magazine, is a worthy successor. School breaks but once, and the National Probation League, and The price is only 25 cents a year. it ventures to say that two remhome afterwards is eternal. Ask for a sample copy. edies have been discovered, God sometimes washes eyes of which, without giving the league Courier-Journ- al Company His children with tears in order away, are as old as time i.e. that they read a right His proviINCORPORATED Removal of the cause and the dence and his commandments. Louisville, Ky. other to alleviate by the sweetPrayer is so necessary, and the ening of the results. This is Residence Phone 1 3 B P source of so many blessings, that Business Pho called by the league the great he who has discovered the treasmodern idea, and it took a great DR. N. MURRELL ure cannot be prevented from deal of modern energy and having recourse to it whenever thought to figure it out. IdlePENTIST he has an opportunity. " ness begets poverty as well as Office, Front i corns m Jeffries BTd'g ungodliness.but a man may have 0no. up Stairs. a good job and still be in the Columbia, - Kentucky grasp of poverty. Inability to The farmers are busy getting manage, extravagance and evil ready to plant corn. habits cause greater poverty, Mr. Lincoln Dunbar, who has hardship and worry than anybeen in Indiana for some time, thing else in the world. If the has returned home. league can remove the causes of Land Owners Attention. e .. Miss Mollie Flanagan is visit- - these ifc wiU have accomplished C. Faulhner, is prepared to do Ing her uncle, J. W. T. Tarter, in the m i r aculous. Portsmouth your Surveying correctly. Pulaski county, who has been Times. years He has thirty-thre- e ' sick for some time. experience. Charges rea-- Atlas Peck, who has, had Mr. John Wooldridge-bougha sonable. Phone 74 or past three wJeeks, i , gopii horse from "Mr T. write X "w in town i'Saturday: evening ""'':t T.,C. ffaulkner, aiiSrinhssrihkndB( witrnkie: many l. AL The seeking and the saving of last Friday night. UVABSCr OVER and American Fence. 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated ) 112-11- IjSBISB CO- ' Trade Marks AnvDtruTft AfT. 6 Eaal Matket Street Between Firsthand Brook ouisiSie. Ky Anyone sendlne a sketch and description ray qnlCKiy ascertain onr opinion irec nucmci iuj invention Is probably patentable. Communications strictly confldentlal. 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Columbia, Ky. iiiteratblffMteiWfriond - bonding'.' " "'"i'r t' ' -- EHONB'-NOJt?- ; 3 IV IV to & THE ADAIRCOUNTY' NEWS 7 From Oregon'. COULD SCARCELY Mrs. Vin- -' believe THE The Dance ol Death. WALK ABOUT LOU IS VILLI hgklfoetSmimm Aiy 1 would have died if I hadn't cS Was'UllWe tt'Attead to taken it. After I began taking Cardui I was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. up, and grew so much stronger in three months, I felt like another persbn altogether." I fattened I Fate FOR BRIGHTER, J tf Her HU1, Howework. 1913 BETTER, N. C "I suffered for Pleasant three summers," writes Mrs. Walter ViMtflt, of this town, "and the third and Iastifee, was my worst. 1 ted dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walkabout Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, 1 would have to give tip and lie down, uotXft wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to try Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly Lowell, April 27 1914. The population of the world is Editor News. about 1,623,300,000. Thinking perhaps that some of The average age of all persons my friends would like to read a at death is 33 years. letter from the State of Oregon, Total of 47,372,727 persons die and from a former Adair county annually. , girl, and one time a correspond-en- t to the News from Joppa, I Total of 908,516 persons die weekly. will try to write a few lines for Total of 129,788 persons die publication, that is, if it is of daily. enough interest to publish. Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the ner vous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years. It will surely do for you, what it has done for them. Try Cardui today. Medicine Co., Ladles' Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions on your case and book. "Home Treatment for Women," sent in plain wrapper. je J-- BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF and hay are what they eat. They raise horses, cattle, sheep, hogs, and goats here. There 13 quite a good profit in raising goats. The wool brings in quite a sum of money. The Angora goats are the kind that are raised here. The past winter was so mild that I hardly knew it was winter. The pansies bloomed in the yard all winter and the grass in our yard was knee high all the -- THE LOUISVILLE TIME! IS If $5.00 A YEAR YOUR ORDE! YOU WiLL SEND Write to: Chttnoosa TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR C0UNT1 A man who lives right, and is right, has more power in his silence, that another has by his words. Character is like bells which ring out sweet music, and which, when touched, accident-tall-y even, resound with sweet what we do to make our, memories of earth beautiful in heaven, NEWS AND and heaven itself more populous than ever, must be done at once. Courage for the great sorrows of life and patience for the small sorrows, and then, when you have accomplished your daily music. Let us not forget that life is task, go to sleep in peace. God brief; that time hurries:and that J is awake. THE L01ISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY The Daily $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Louisville i Times - the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. Has the best corps of correct pondents. Covers the Kentucky field pa And The- Adair County News publis- fectly. Covers the general news fial completely. Es'the best afternoon daily paper hed in Louisville. It is Democratic, but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adaii County News both for 4.50 per year. Has the best and fullest mai kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics bi fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP AWAY TI0N RIGHT Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. DENTAL OFB1CB Dr. James Tripiett DENTIST ' OVER FAXJXJL, DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 20. OFFICE FHONH v Always appreciates trade from Adainand 'Adjoining Counties and is constantly v 4 of- - iering and giving to ail comers, Bargains "if and Indigestion caused ma great distress for two years. I tried many things for relief, but got little help, till at last I found it in the best pills or medicine I ever tried I DR. KING'S in all Lines of goods,' lllsend Dry Goods, Clothing and Shot -- to any point, by Pareels Post prepaid, goods not satisfactory I irAny can be re- turned by Parcel Post, if in seven day after sent out WooasoH Lewis t, T i- seldom decays. It is interesting and energy to every movement some parts of the state, but not to note that the American college C. E. Hatfield. Guyan. W. Va. where we live. for advancement. I 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRl'GGISTS. at Beirut has adopted a cedar He was married twice and the For fruits we have apples tree as their symbol and have father of several children. peaches, pears, plums, prunes, pictured it on their seal. As his pastor I want to bear grapes, gooseberries, raspberries WELL DRILLER testimony to his faithfulness and logenberries, currents, blackber Rheumatism QuicKIy cured. I will drill wells in Adair and devotion and express my feeling ries, both, wild and tahie, straw- "My sister's husband had an attack, adjoining counties. See me be- of personal loss at his going and berries, and also wild gooseber- of rheumatism in his arm," writes resident of Newton, Iowa.. convey to the family my tender-e- st ries, raspberries, and currents. well known fore contracting. Latest "I gave him a bottle of Chamberlain's sympathy in there sorrow. The grains are wheat, oats, and Liniment which he applied to his arm machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give His remains were buried, in, the some corn. Lots of hay is raised and on the next morning the rheumawas gone." JTorchronic muscular Yates graveyard after funeral here. The corn is raised to tism ma Call. rheumatism you will find nothing'bet-ter-tha- n 'services by hiapastor. feedtohogs. Youiieversee a Chamberlain's Lininent. C. YATES 'do, W. S. Dudgeon. ' horse or cow fed' on corn. Oiita Sold niA, time until in was mowed down. We only had a little snow and it Total of 5,408 persons die hourmy trip out here and the beautimelted almost as fast as it fell. ly. ful scenery along the way. We Will cose with best wishes to Nearly ninety persons die ev- left Columbia Sept. 26th, 1913, the News and its readers. ery minute. and landed in Kansas City on the Mrs. C. S. Mooney. 27th, and spent a week visiting About three persons die every my sister-in-laThere was the two seconds. Healtha Factor in Success. largest crowd at the depot I beThe largest factor contributing to a This remarkable rate of deaths man's success is undoubtedly healtn. lieve I ever was in. It looked would entirely4 depopulate New like every body was going some- It has been observed that a man is York, containing 4,766,833 per- seldom sick when his bowels are regulawhere and taking somebody with r-he is never well when they are consons in about five weeks. them. While in the city we went stipated. For constipation you will It would depopulate Chicago, to a fashion show on living mod- find nothing quite so good as Chamberlain's Tablets. They not only move with its 1,059,519 people, in els in a big department store the bowels but improve the appetite about eight days. which was very nice. Also vis- and strenghen the digestion. They Ad. Sixty persons died while you ited the stock yards where we are sold by Paull Drug Co. were reading this item. saw hundreds and hundreds of Cold Storage Eggs. in the pens waiting for cattle Keep Dowel Movement Regular. buyers and they were being To keep eggs in cold storage Dr. King's New Life Pills keeps bought fast. It certainly was a stomach, liver and kidneys in heafthy they must be unpacked and laid pretty sight, as far as one could condition. Eid the body of poisons upon shelves or in trays, and and waste. Improve your complexion see in one direction were pens of kept at an even temperature, not by flushing the liver and kidneys. "I cattle. We also saw the house falling below 33 degrees fahren-hei- t, got more relief from one box of Dr, that the famous Jesse James King's New Life Pills than any mediwith a free circulation of once occupied. It is a brick buildcine I ever tried," says C. E. Hatfield air, which air should be absoluteof Chicago 111. 25c Recommended ing and has once been a very ly sweet. No other products may by Paull Drug Co. Ad. pretty house, but is not so now. be kept in the same room, otherNegroes live in it at the present Obituary. wise the eggs will be affected, time. says a leaflet issued by the Board In the death of Bro. A. T. We left Kansas City Oct. 5th of Agriculture. By this method, Sherrill, Grady ville Baptist and got to Eugene, Oregon, on provided that the eggs are new We passed through laid when placed church has lost one of her most the 9th. in storage.they faithful members and Adair coun- some of the finest farming lands can be kept for many months in ty one of its noblest citizens. in the U. S. In Kansas and Mis- good condition, but great care is The greater part of his life was souri the land i s very pretty necessary in removing them for spent on his farm near Grady-vill- e, and level, and in Nebraska as far use, as a too sudden change of Ky., where he died in Mch., as the eye can see it is the most temperature causes rapid deter1914, aged sixty-seveEarly in beautiful farming lands that ioration. life he was converted and joined would delight the heart of any Sacred Trees. farmer, and especially the Baptist church. He was one of the charter members of Grady-vill- e the Eastern farmers who have church and was made a dea- such rough , hilly lands to till. The most famcus trees in the con, serving faithfully in that There were hundrsds and hun world are the cedars of Lebanon capacity till death. He loved his dreds of acres of grain still in the growing in Syria. There is a sinchurch and was one of the most fields not yet threshed. When gle grove, containing about 400 loyal members both to church we struck Montana the ground specimens, which is rigidly prewas white with snow and still served. Trees of all ages and and pastor. It has been my privilege to snowing to beat the band. It sizes are to be found here, some all right, and tall and symmetrical; others, know him ever since our boy looked like winter we got to Eugene the flow gnarled and knotted. Some of hood days. Never will I forget when and the grass these latter are declared by exthe instruction given to me while ers were in bloom green as in summer in Ken- - perts to be a thousand years old. a penitent seeking the salvation as I tucky The patriarch of this little forest of my soul. He was a good man This is a fine climate, mild win- has a trunk measurement of 47 citizen, husband and father. He and a was honest, upright, clean noth- ters and pleasant summers. We feet in circumference ing smutty was ever heard to get a breeze from the ocean height of nearly 100 feet. tree, which pass from his lips. He was wide which tempers the heat in sum-- i The wood of this by Solomon in the erecawake and alert to the best in- mer. Most all kinds of vegeta- was used temple, has terest of both his church and bles are raised here except sweet tion of his wonderful odor, is very hard and community, lending his influence potatoes, and they are raised in a sweet First, I must tell a little about . w. n. up-to-da- te NewLifePills I ! im-yrov- ed J. j - IrM J- - I Sc THE ADAIR COUNTY NnWS Gradyville. Wheel No Spring Fever Or Bad Blood This Year. .The weather has been very C90I for the past few days. Wonderful ROOT JUICE Quickly Overcomes That Tired, Lazy. We have had considerable rain for the past week. "All-in- UlUlllllu JlUvI 1 ul 111 - " Feeling, Cleans the Blood, Build3 You Up. Fine for Old Folks, Too. Guaranteed. Several from this place spent a'day or so on the banks of Rus-- j sell Greek last week fishing. Strong Hill. C. 0. Moss and Frank Firkin spent last Thurs- day in Columbia. Messrs. Ed and William Stotts, of the Petitsfork community, were in our midst one day last week. J. N. Coffey, of Columbia, spent one night last week with Uncle Charlie Yates and daugh- ter. our efficient Deputy Sheriff, spent a day or so in Columbia last week on busiW. L. Fletcher, ness. one of Sparksville best business men, was in our midst one day last week. n Mr. Mayfield, the dry goods ""man, of Nashville Tenn., spent a day or so with our merchants last week. Mr. Geo. A. Keltner, one of the best business men of the Keltner section, spent last Friwell-know- Mr. J. A. Wheeler, How's the time to give your body JUICE cleans out the blood, purife ir, stirs up that lazy stomach, liver, as well as yourjhouse a good, top to bottom. kidney and bowel action, puts new renovating from You need it, and need it badly. Every-- ' steam into you, strengthenc and tones body does. You've been storing up up the nerves, fcivesyou new force and tilth and impurities all winter and vim and "pep"; but it works easily. your whole system is clogged up. 'smoothly and mildly. Nothing harsh about it. Your blood is thick ROOT JUICE can't and impure: your stomace, liver, bowhurt anybody. It's a new and wonderful els and kidneys are combination of some half asleep. No wonof the oldest and der you feel lazy and most reliable vegetaand tired ble medicines known and it will do you a few doses cf Get more good than any liuur JUiUJi mto sJhsrr--- 1m W Mali nd you that g r a thing you ever used new tonic made of in all your life. You Nature's own restowill see a big differratives and see ence in two or three what happens. You'll days. Finest thing think Nature has in some miraculous way "That Root Juice was Surely thef0r rheumatism, kid. give you abrand new Ri gnt Thi ngf or you Father. "ney trouble, back, f set of vital organs. aches, and stomach t tt. auu juuu icci ueuiici. uiiau juu to iciu trouble you ever saw. for months. Glory, what a difference it will make , Get some right off and try it. Don't No more lazy feeling, no more rather- - let any scheming druggist palm oil feeling. You'll something lse one you. Get ROOT get up in the morning rested, bright- - JUICE because it's guaranteed and d eyed, and ready forevery-- 1 it's got to give results. You can get thing. And remember this: ROOT I your money back if you want it. old-fashion- ed & .AJi "good-for-nothin- mm IHpVMBWB9BNQflNWM!MB9HHH9Hutf HHHf flRfiflE ll.HHECIIBnHE? tt 'BBSb. r & m "'seBB'eSSeE' BrH 'J clear-braine- po. of JUDAS ihe famous Purcheron The above picture is a natural photv-rap- h Stallion. He will make the season of 1914, at my barn, one and one half miles east vi Columbia, on the Sumerset road, for the sum of $10 00 to insures living colt. DESCRIPTION: Judas is a 6 year old purcheron, a aieel 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 have lessened the demand for saddle and harness horses. But remember that they have nothing to do with the Farm and Draft horse. Remember that every farming "country in the world wants the Purcheson horse. The leading mule producing States are raising mules from the Purcheron mares. See this horse before you breed, 1 will gladly show you his certificate of registration and Pedigree. Judas has proven himself to be a great breeder. His foals of 1913 are ihe htrst I year old colts ever seen in ihis country and his xoals of 1914 are second to none. He is kind and wdl disposed. 5 Od u Garments $19.75 v day in our midst and reports business good in his community. n W. L. Grady, the stock man, of this section, is having some repairing done on well-know- Smart Sprin $9.95 $15.00 GRAIN AND HAY Columbus wagons, you cannot be II Mag Morrison lost a horse last MACHINES Binders, Reapers 42t West Market St. Betveen 4tjh & 5th. Clyde Crenshaw, Deputy Sherposted on the latest improvements on farm Cl Header. Howert week." It got choked. Raket, Stackers' wcua aim ujumuus wagons, m wdguus. iff, of Columbia, spent a few Hajr Loader r Louisville, Ky. uuiit 10 uxe mguest sianuarua m every We" organized a Sunday School Ear Prenes detail, are also CORN MACHINES days of last week in this com- Q Planter. Picker at thi? place last Sunday, with Binders, Coltiraiarj Tke Only Fifth Wheel Fara Wagens ob th Ijjarket X E munity preparing for Circuit Emilaxs Cotter The International fifth wheel (patent applied for) S&ellsn. Skreddert Finis Strange as Superintendent. TILLAGE Court. is worth a trip to town to see. Because $ prevents Per. Will meet. every Sunday mornthe pulling up or pitching of the front bolster, it is id Ditk Harrow Mr. J. Cager Yates, of one ot the best improvements ever put on the xarm jority of the corn crop will be with their moneys worth. The ing at 10 o'clock Everybody is CsItiTatsrs GENERAL LINE wagon. It means no more bent and broken king Oil aad Gas Eagiae was shaking hands planted in this section next week. second was given on Saturday ins no more Dent ana Drosen circle irons longer Oil Tractor invited to attend. if e for the wagon, and easier work for the horses. Maave Spreader night. Large crowd. Excellent with his mrny friends in our We understand that from the Cream Separators See the International fifth wheel on Weber and Rev. Willie Rowe preached an Farm Weftns Columbus wagons. Motor Tracks town one day last week. We all appearance of the many plant plays and was acted well and was If you will write to us, we will send you catalogues Thresher interesting discourse at Harrod's Grabs DriBs and information about this and other improvements know J. Cager and we are all beds in this section, that there enjoyed by all. Fted Grisder on farm wagons and will tell you where you may Fork last Sunday. Knife Grader glad to see him every time he will be plenty of'plants to transsee tne wagons. Mr. Tom Taylor will give a soCiaderTwus The woods are green, the grass Meraa&mal Harvester Company of America Jr4rm- X4 comes. plant a large crop of the weed cial in honor of Miss Carrie TayIacoreeruMj has come and by the chirp of the lor, who is visiting relatives at Mr. W. B. Patteson, the this year. IncL New Albany birds and the ding dong of the Khras&ee O&ane Pkae this "place. C&aapiaa Deexkg HcCamlck insurance man, of Cocow bells, we know that spring GiensforK. h 3B lumbia, was shaking hands with Mr. G. W. Turner returned is here at last. his many friends in 'our town home from Bowling Green on M. W. Smiley, Chairman. Breaking corn ground is the Miss Bertha Dillingham has and account of having the measles. Messrs. Elmore Wilkinson Friday. last J. B. Burton. been visiting relatives at Neats-bur,. order of the day. Creelsboro Mrs. A. T. bhirrell spent a day Tandy Jones went to Mrs. Willie Wheat, with the J. D. Burton. after fertilizer one day last week. assistance of MissxHide,of Louis-- j S. E. Estes has his store house or so" visiting her sister, Mrs. The bridge at Plum Point is waiting Absher. Mr. Henry Hudson is buying ville, is having a good trade in completed and is now in the Nell commuThos. Moss, being replaced, and every body for the trade. quite a lot of produce, as well their millinery shop. m- is giaa. nity, last week. There is a fine tprospect for a Mr. Ben Shapira and Root. as Mr. Bob Taylor & Co. Bro Young delivered a very Mr. Hascal McDermot 'of! Several from our town attendfruit crop and beech mast. Earla, of Campbellsville, areput-tin- g Kinney, Ky., was the guest X)f ed the quarterly meeting at East The roller mill is going to be interesting sermon last Sunday a stock of goods in the store Mr. and Mrs. L. G- - Weatherford, Program. Fork, last Saturday and Sunday. completed forthwith. Mr. E, A. at the Christian church. recently vacated by G. C. Rus- last Saturday and Sunday, also Strange is overseer. The Sunday School, at this The following is the orogram Mias Arva Cave. W. L. Grady, one of the Mr. sell, of near Watson. court- place, is progressing very nicely L Mr. Lambert Sanders was at fche Decorafcion at Bear Wal. finest judges of horse flesh in As usual the boy3 will go. lliM--Mrs. Louisa McCallister. and Campbellsville Thursday. ing in a few days. I am sure with Bro. Jones asx Superintend low, May 30th: Western Kentucky, says there is l Hanahtpr nf Hptia Vnllav . j feiw . . . o.. ii Wnfmava i i ta '.L.l ..uw.w. wMr. w... a Tmi m c?fnr J?C" .hora oraAiavrr.9ma 1 lot of mule colts in this Judge Carter will welcome the ent. Attendance is increasing, y singing conouccea,oy uucienj " .TL the finest MrRr Mp.nnllichir'c L.w. wwa.k,,!., Fiwvi, hind with their wofkiff i,.ji: . y,yi.i. well as interest. .section of county this season, boys with a hearty hand shake as Burton an otners.Mrs. Ira Vaughan, Thursday ,noooe V.vrm?n" Ttu Most every one in this neigh .ov. . .c.... "'icj auu. lO'Pref chine By A. Whitten. .i . that we have ever had before. and a smile. mSn" Liliie Van Cleave were shnnninoMule men can take notice and There were two entertainments borhoodhave been suffering from . 11 Decoration of graves. Mr. L. H. Feesevof- nearSalo- - t'Cane Va'lley Thursday. ' accordingly. severe colds something like govern themselves 12 Dinner. here last week. The first was ma; layior county, Visited his Ujtfr. Bob Earls recentlr n, 13 Preaching by S, P. Sullivan given by the little folks. The Corn planting and finishing! father at this place, the" "latter chased a boundary f timho- Mr, Gluff sold, his farm to W. qrdwded to its utmost are invited. Alrold soldier 1 u part of the week. :om J. S. Beard. Price unknown. planting gardens has been the house was p.anacitv. The plays were inter- - R. Taylor. Mr. Gluff and family body come and bring Every " occupation of our citizens for the , r Mr. Ingram Robertson Twas iri" ""Sunday School at Egypt every . , '. , .7. " ., . . m, estmg ana acted wen jrromstart wm mase ineir iucure nome at inere win Qreenjcounty --one day lastf week ibunday morning.. Jiverybody past.week. We take it ;if the ' ?W - fch'e ,ma.- - to hnish. invited. coH-Uon business. All was .well pleased l reenwooa 4nmana. Ax.t,a be no stand ontne grounq, . that" " lir-J i - YI kxMWW fi.-l." J. -- 5 ' his dwelling at this time. Austin Wilmore, who has been in Louisville for the past week, returned home last Friday. Mr. Curtis Hindman, of the Milltown section, was in our midst one day last week receiving calves that he had contracted at a fancy price. n Mr. H. A. Moss, the lumber man, of Greens-burwas in our town last Tuesday and reports business good. Mr. Thos. Do well has just returned from Louisville where he had been on the tobacco market for several days and reports his sale ot the weed very satisfactory. well-knowg, 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 Fashion are faithfully and beautifully expressed in these garments. And the cne big satisfactory advantage in buying here is the great money-saving- , because of our extremely low prices. We not only save you money on the jcost 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 89.95 815.00 v borhood. occur. Money due when coit is foaled or mare traded x All care will b'e or remoyed from neigh- taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any and $19.75. W. G. McKINLEY. Ernest Harris was here, one day last week selling fruit trees. C. W. Marshall will visit relatives in Arizona next week. Wheat is looking good through; out this section. Some few farmers are planting corn this week. Mr. Rugby. T. J. Spring Lace Curtains. It's not by aceident that we have built up our immense Curtain business. It is due simply to keeping: faith with the public and giving; more for your dollar than you get elsewhere. You will need Curtain3 a little later if not now. Why not buy now while selection is best? You will be delighted at the beauty of the patterns, the sterling quality and with the low prices at which we offer them. and the quality the best to be had at the price. You will find them a QO-barg- ain for The Curtains we offer for S1.50 are sure to appeal to all who want moderate price Curtains. The patterns are not ordinary and are shown in a range sufficiently large to meet all requirements. The quality fl 1 CA is the best ever offered 93c we show twenty styles. You will find them unusuall attracUve in design International Harvester Farm Wagons At The Curtains we offer for ?1.98 are unquestionably the best in quality and the richest in patterns ever offered at this price. In this line you will find English Nottingham, Marie Antoinette and Cable Net Curtains in such an array of pretty patterns that you are sure to find the Curtain you want. You will find qualities in this lot equal to many priced by other stores for J3.00. Our price only . , r .$1.98 u H The I HC Line Curtain Drapery in Lace and Scrim in plain White, Arab and Colors, the kind that is used so much at the present day. Special values . at 30c, 39c, 23c, lDc and 10c n M.J. GATHOF & BRX). o Thompson transacted business in Columbia last Tues--da- y. T TNTIL you see the 19 14 Weber and rS Spriat-Ttat- i, Brad-fordsvill- e, I - 1 well-kno- wn g. I JHf- - ,- -. ... .1 a . - wji - . -- 1 - - la-grip- T -- ,"' ,- ..;,"Mr -T-r- --f. 1 Vf I . " L s - t ' - rvJ " j ... .. J?" ."' r '' ' vmr -- 'i '!.' .. WTM-- j - IF " w- -