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Chapel last Sat Last Friday- afternoon an Interna- the Lindsey-WilsoColumbia High School, C. Wolford, a former Magistrate of tional auto, the property of W. R. urday evening. It drew ,a large crowd Judge Walter Evans, overruled a moMyers & Son, this place, was destroyed who was. d for climbing the tion on the part of Taylor county, in Adair county, dropped dead at his Baccalaurate Sermon afc Christian Casey Creek. The deCampbellsThe question, was: vResolvea, the Federal Court to amend the man- late home on hill Church by Eld. 7, T. Williams Sunday by fire three miles beyond years old and was seventy-onceased Lebjus- damus' which prevents that county two days when the end came. He was morning, May nth, at 11 o'clock. ville The machine had been in days, That the United States would bt anon, as weare informed, several HfioH. mnrallvand Doliticallv in abolr . t Specialmusic has been arranged. from levying any tax for local purpo- a nephew of the late General Frank L. undergoing repairs. Mr. Harlan Shaw, ishing the Monroe Doctrine." ses unles it collects a tax to pay the CLASS JCIGnT EXERCISES. who is a chauffeur, went to Lebanon Affirmative, Marvin Perryman and judgment on the railroad bonds issued Wolford and was a good citizen, wellknown to the people in the eastern Tuesday night, May 196h, 7:30, p. m., with the view of driving it to Colum- Earl Williams. y the county years' ago. portion of this county. When the Christian Church. bia. When he got within three miles Negative, Sam Duvall and C. F. The county sought permission to Civil war broke out he espoused the of Campbellsville, a man came up from Allen. INVOCATION levy a tax for school purposes, but cause of the Union, entered the Fed President's Address, Bryan Garnett. behind and informed him that the The dicussion showed that each one Judge Evans held that this cannot be eral army, serving in the 13th Kenstop was of the debators had studied the quesGiftorian, Susan Miller. machine was on lire. A done.and that the county must take made and all efforts to extinguish the tion, and the points made by the re- care of the judgment or abstain from tucky Infantry, Capt. O. B. Patteson MUSIC llames failed,and it was soon consumed spective sides were strongly presented. collecting any taxes for local purposes. Company. His passing leaves only Class Prophecy, Engl ish In his efforts to put out the tire Mr. eight of said company in Adair counDexter The discussion lasted about two ty, John Campbell, Dr. Wm. Ella Conover, Shaw got badly burned about his face hours, and at the conclusion of the Class Poets, Railroad meeting Monday night. Emmett Riggins. and parts of his body. All of Mr. Blair, Zach Samuels, Josh Butler, Wm. was announced Knocker, Smith Gill. Myers' machines are insured, and our last speaker the result Butler, Geo. J. Hurt, "Wm. H. Conby the judges, Mr. W. A. Coffey, Eld. Wants a Commission. over and J. K. P. Conover. aiusic upon the one Tob.ias Huffaker, and Mr. W. ,T. Ott-leunderstanding is, that A great many friends and relatives Dora Eubank. destroyed, there is a policy for $800. Historian, in favor of the hegative, one votMr. Basil Duke Edwards, a Kentuck-ia- u attended the funeral of Squire Wol"Testator, Albia Eubank. The cause of the fire was the explo ing for the affirmative. and kinsman of Mr. K". M. Tutt, ford and he will be greatly missed in Benediction. The debators represented two sociesion of gasoline. De- of this place, now with headquarters the neighborhood where he so long GRADUATING EXERCISES. ties of the school, '"The Columbia Be in Columbia this Wednesday af bating Society," and "The Frogge in Alaska as 2nd Lieutenant, 30th lived. v May 21st, at Thursday evening, ternoon and evening. The big Texas Literary Society." The representa- U. .S. Infantry, has addressed a letter 2?resbyterian Church. . Read the big show "Ad" in The show will give two exhibitions. tives of the C. D. S. were the success- to the Governor of this State asking INVOCATION. News, this issue, then come and see that he be appointed a Major of Kenful speakers. COMMENCEMENT Auto Destroyed by Fire. - The Debate. Personals. "." n well-pai- .., S to-wi- t: 4 -- y Mr. Jas. I. Alexander, of Marrow bone, Cumberland county, was here one day last week. Mr. J. R. Garnett was in Lebanon Monday, taking depositions. Mr. H. A. Sanders, Campbellsville,, was in Columbia a few days ago. Mr. Rufus Bailey, an old citizen of this county, is lying dangerously ill afc his home, near Absher. Mr. and M rs. J. O. Russell spent three days of last week in Cincinnati. Besides purchasing a supply of goods, Mr. Russell bought a fine automobile. Mr. G. R. Holt, manager of the Singer Sewing Machine Company. spent several days of last week in Co lumbia. Mrs. W. T. Ottley and son, Johnc , Vocal Duet, . Wedding Announced. Mrs. Burdett and Miss Breeding. Essay, Knowledge, Temper a"nd Time, Katherine Gill. Piano Solo, Grand Polka De Con. Qrace Conover. cert, Beading, "Chariot Race," Loretta Dunbar. JCssay, "Out of the Life of School Into the School of Life, Mary Myers. Valedictory, Bryan Garnett. Presentation Diplomas, Prof. Turner. Come out and help develop some plan of successful operation-tbuild a railroad Monday night. o To the Public. My overdraft against Citizens Bank and evening attend the I X L Ranch About four weeks ago, Rev. O. P. and Harris Shows which exhibit yat Bush, pastor of the Baptist Church, Columbia Wednesday the 13th. this place, was called to Green county, to marry a couple. When he returnField Day. ed to Columbia he declined to give the Nearly every body in Columbia visnames of the contracting parties, saycampus last ing that he was under promise not to ited the Lindsey-Wilso- n Friday afternoon to witness the Field divulge. The parties guarded their secret well until the 2d of this month Day exercises. The program was full when the announcement was made, of interest and many prizes were Mr. W. C. Penick and Miss Ethel awarded. The basket ball game played Thompson were a wedded couple. by girls, created a great deal of enthud On the day the announcement was siasm, as each side was and broad made the couple went to the home of with rooters. The high the groom's mother, Mrs. Bettie Pen jumping, pole vaulting and .racing ick, of Miami, where they will reside were all good, and the hill was alive during the entire afternoon. The for the present. names of the winners in all contests are published elsewhere in the News. ANNOUNCEMENT. well-backe- If you want to enjoy an afternoon tucky Volunteers and be assigned to service in the approaching conflict between this country and Mexico. He recites the facts that he comes from a lineage that has displayed Yalor in all the troubles through which this country has experienced. Being a graduate of "West Point, with experience as Lieutenant in the 13th U. S. Infantry and his familiarity with the Spanish language which he speaks and Writes gives him special fitness". Again, his intense desire to render service in this particular instance also should strongly recdmmend him and we. trust his request will be granted. He has many Jrelatives in this sectionof the State who would be glad to see him. appointed. With trains running into Columbia this entire section would' soon be a lively business community. Fire at Monticello. it. Notice. place. Mr. "W. R. Myers returned from By virtue of Execution No. 1981, issued from the office of the Clerk of the Monticello one day last week. Mr. R. K. Young made a business Adair Circuit Court dated April 18th, 1914, in case of L. C. Winfrey Re- trip to Louisville and Stanford-laatt- . ceiver Citizens Bank against "W. week. H. Wilson for $604.79 with interest Mrs. S. !N. Hancock arrived from, from September 17th, 1913, and $9.15 Elida, jS". M., last Saturday night. costs and other costs, I will on MonMr. W. E. Falkenburg, traveling day, June 1st, 1914, at about one salesman, was here Friday. o'clock, p. m., at the Court-hous- e door, O. H. Rice, Lexington, was afc in Columbia, Ky., offer for sale and Mr. sell have returned from Burkesville. Messrs. W. R. Lyon and B. H. Gilpin were here last Thursday to see our grocerymen. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Russell and Miss Jewell Phillips, Campbellsville, dined at the Hancock Hotel last Thursday. Master Robert Page Myers, Monti cello, is visiting his grand parents, thia at public auction to the highest the Hancock Hotel Saturday. Columbia, Ky., of $11.90 was due to a mistake of the bookkeeper of said The following musical programs will Bank. This check entered the books be rendered during the commence first against W. L. Brockman, and was ment at Lindsey-Wilso- n next week. not rectified untiliifter I had drawn Junior Recital, .from the classes of out my deposit, October 3rd, 1910. I Misses Hewett and Walker,- - Thursday had, at the time the check enteredthe afternoon, 3:30 p.m. Bank, on deposit, $364 27. The money Graduation Recital by Misses Mary was at said Bank to my credit to pay Chandler and Kate Hogard, Friday this check from date of check until night, S p. m. 3rd of October1910 So you see I had Recital, Saturday night, 8 p. m. no occasion to overdraft and had my book balanced up the day I drew out Died in Texas. the last of my deposit, and the accounts balanced even, and didn't know that I owed the Bank until my overMr. James Paxton, who was born draft was advertised in the Adair and reared in Adair county, a son of County Uews, and want the people to Col. W. C. Paxton, one of the pioneers know that this is paid, and would of the county, died at Rochester, Texhave paid this long ago if I had known as, a few days ago. He served in the I owed it. Confederate army, and was about Respectfully, eighty years old at his death. He J. T. Brockman, leaves quite anumber of relatives in Jbppa, Ky. being a first cousin to Mr. W. I find the above statement to be Adair, A. J. Stotts. He left his naL. and . Teachers' Examination. Tlie.May Examination for teachers' certificates will be held at the Graded Scjiool building in Columbia next Friday and Saturday May 15th and 16th. It is earnestly requested that all applicants be on the grounds by 8:30 a m , so that the work of the examination may begin by 9 o'clock.. .We are anxious to give the applicants as much time as possible, so please corneas earRespectfully. ly at you can. $ Fire here last Tobias Huffaker, Supt: Adair County Schools. For Sale. correct. L. C. Winfrey, Rec. 1.25 Lime for sale. 28-t- f per barrel. J. C. Miller. I have a farm of 60 rcres one and a half miles from Town, dwelling, good two never-failin- g barn and other springs and two good wells one Also plenty of sulphur water, being timber to run the farm. This farm is tive county with his father's family in in a good neighborhood and located on 1850. Stanford road. .Price $3,600. 28-2- t. Frank Sinclair. Lightening Kills a Girl. s; here "Boots" Owen, his first name is George. 'During the civil war he had some trouble in this place with Col. Ed Butler, who shot and wounded him. Soon after the wounds healed, "BootsS' left Columbia, going to Glasgow where he has since lived. 'Squire John Eubank, who was in Capt. Owen's Company, he becoming the Captain of same after the death of Capt. Jack Squires, sayshehasno recollection of Boots being sworn into the service, and he was with him all the time he was in For the benefit of the Glasgow We learn from Mr. W. H. Wilson, Times we wish to state that "Old who was near the scene, that last FriSlop," the colored man, mentioned in the Times of last week, Js a native of day night, while the storm was ragColumbia. He went to Mexico with ing, lightning struck the dwelling of the man who was, at that time, 1847, a man named Shaw, near Leslie, Cum his master, Capt. Ham Owen, and was berland county, setting fire to the his servant from the time a company building, consuming it. All the famleft Columbia, for the Mexican War ily escaped except one daughter, who until it returned. He is 89 years old. was burned to death. He was not a soldier and was carried Wanted: A man to haul logs. to Mexico for no other purpose but to Good price, good road. wait upon Capt. Owen. He was known 1. R. B. Reeves, Ozark, Ky as though 28-- 1 Died. Mr. Robert Miller, who came to this county from near Summershade, Metcalfe county; several years ago, died last Saturday morning at the home of his sister, Mrs. Grasham, who lives a On Tuesfew miles from Columbia. day before his death he met with a stroke of paralysis He was an ex- Union soldies and was about seventy-fiv- e years old. The remains were interred at the A, B Cox grave yard, on the Campbellsville pike. Quite a number of friends attended the burial. Rev. A, Whitten, pastor of the United Brethren church, this place, attended the United Congress of said church, Dayton, Ohio, last week. He visited the publishing house and book concern of said organization and in his judgment there is no other publishing house that surpasses it. He also visited the Auterbin home located ,on 4,005 acres of ground, near the city, of d Dayton. This home is used for ministers, widows and orphans, and is one of the best managed! institutions of its character in this ' country. The commencement sermcns to be piace, next Sunday delivered forenoon, will draw large audiences. Dr. Foote, of Louisville, will bent the Eld. Z., T. Methodist Church,--anWilliams at the Christian Church. The former will speak to the pupils of the latter to those the Lindsey-Wilsoof the Graded School. super-anuate- Dr. J. N. Murrell has just installed an electric engine in his office and is now prepared to do quicker and thorough work than heretofore. Teeth can be cleaned in a few minutes and all other work requiring the use of the engine expedited in a few minutes. It is a smooth running machine and makes scarcely any noise. Air home. Mr. Belle Eubank, Edmonton, visit1914. ed relativies in Columbia and at Cane S. H. Mitchell, Sheriff, Valley the latter half of last week. . Adair County. Ky. Mrs. C. M. Barnetfc left for her Be at the Court-hous- e Mondaynight. home, Mt. Vernon.Iil., last Thursday. ance. Mr. J. B. Coffey,"as3istant post masAs announced in our catalogue nearly a year ago, the commencement ser- ter, is on a busines trip to Tennessee. farm for Sale. mon for Lindsey-Wilso- n Training - Mrs Ermine Guptpn, of Green counSchool will be preached next Sun- ty, is visiting heir daughter. Mrs. J. will sell my farm consisting of 112 day, --Dr. U.G, Foote, the gifted pastoi P. Beard. I acres, 40 acres in cultivation the rest' of the Temple Methodist church, Miss May Harvey was quite sick the Dwelling and out build- Louisville, will preach the sermon at flrst of the week. in timber. ings and well watered. Farm lying on the Mothodist church. Mr. R. F. Paull has been confined Somerset road 10 miles from Columbia. Chandler & Moss. to his room for two days, a victim of Call on or aedress, lagrippe. 28-J. P. Conover, Craycraft, Ky. Mr. Albert Williams, of Oklahoma,, Old Citizen. Passing of an is visiting his mother, Mrs. Helena The Louisville Times announces the Williams, this place. engagement of Miss Mattie McKel Mr. William Collins, who lived in Miss Mary Etta Feese, 'daughter or dm to Rev. J. W. Weldon, pastor of the Sparksville section, died the first Mr. and Mrs. "Wyatt Feese. Cane Valthe West Broadway Methodist Church, of last week. He is reported to have The wedding will take been about eighty years old and had ley, visited her aunt, Mrs. Ray ConLouisville. place early in June. Two years ago been in declining health for several over, the latter part of last week. Rev. "Weldon was pastor of the Church, months. After religious services the Misses Delpha, Gertrude and Lanie this place. Kinnaird, Messrs. Roe and Mitchell remains were interred in the neighKinnaird, all of Red Lick, were visitborhood graveyard. Don't fail to see our new line of ing Mrs. Zora K. Rowe the latter part Furniture which we are receiving. It Mr. E. F. Mullinix has recently of last week. will pay you to look built a concrete walk from his resiMr. Alfred Jones, whose home is . Gill & Waggener." dence to the road which not only adds near Columbia, but who has been to his comfort, but the general ap- making his headquarters in Cincinnati pearance of his place. It would be for two or three years, visited his parThe exercisee in the Lindsey-Wilso- n will draw a good many people from better if more walks were made and ents here last week a distance to Columbia this week. within a few years' the best country Messrs. John S. and Herschel Gris-soThere will be entertainments Thurs- homes will be supplied with such who have been visiting their day afternoon, Friday and Saturday walks. mother and other relatives left Monevenings of this week. Twenty clounfls are advertised for day morning, the former for his home in Oklahoma, the latter to his location Harris' Big Show. For Sale. in Texas. Miss Jennye McFarland, who has Bargain Sale. 28-3t2t A Dispatch from Monticello says: night did damage amounting to about $18,000. The Christian Church was destroyed, causing a loss of 8,000, with $5,000 insurance, while the freight house of T. J. Alexander, his barn and two work mules were burned. Mr. Alexander's loss is about 88.000, with small insur- and best bidder on a credit of six months with bond with approved security bearing interest from date required from the purchaser with lein retained on the land to be sold, a lot of land levied on as the property of W. H. Wilson lying in Town of Columbia, Ky., and situated bade of his home, and back of J. M. Russell's yard, and on the road to Mulligan Addition, containing between one and two acres subject to a mortgage lein of $33.92 to W. F. Cartwright to apply on said debt. Columbia, Ky., April 23th, Messrs. Fred Simpson and Rich Dillon, Breeding, were here Saturday. Mr. Eli Dunbar, Jamestown, was here Field Day. Misses Ora and Mallie Moss, Grady-vil- le, were with friends here- - Field Days. Rev. O. P. Bush left this morning to attend the Southern Baptist Convention which convenes in Nashville. Mr. B. F. Chewning, who is in the revenue service, spant last Sunday at 28-2t- parties owing me on notes or account please call at Gill & Waggener's Mexico. ' store and settle, and oblige, Frank Sinclair. Rock Crusher purchased by the The Colum-bia- , Board of Trustees; in town of arrived the middle of lasfweek. On the.civil docket, for the coming Monday afternoon the Board met and May term of the Adair Circuit Court located on the farm are 12 equity and 6 common law apwherethere are rock in abun-danc- pearance suits, and on the Commone. of Groceries and .Soda Fountain, well located and in good condition. The remainder of my stock of MILgo in busi- LINERY GOODS will be sold at reA bargain if you want to duced prices, beginning on Friday, 28-2- t. ness. Fank Sinclair. May 8th, and'closing on Saturday, May 23rd. $5.00 Hats will go for S2.98; The base ball game, last Saturday; 3.00 Hats will go for $1.98; $1.50 Hats Cane Valley against Lindsey-Wilso98 cents. You are cordially invited. terminatedin favor of the latter, the 28-l- t. Mrs. W. L. Wheat, score standing 12 to 11. Glensfork, Ky. A stocK1 n, irris Wanted. A.good man to sell and collect lot-thSinger Sewing Machine Company," in Adair county. Good wages. '. See G.R.Holt, Campbellsville, Ky. 28-2- t. e "We will commence soon. take it that the crushing wealth docket there are 83 misde- been in Indianapolis, Ind., for several months, returned home last Friday, afternoon. Enroute she switched and visited friends at Hopkinsville and Springfield, Tenn. Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Scruggs will leave this afternoon for Danville where they will be with relatives for a few days. Returning to Frankfort they will visit the family of Mr. Jas. Garnett before leaving for Frederick- town, Mo., their new home. Midway New line of the season's latest styles Clipper. in Dress Goods are open for your inspection fills week. Come in and look over, them.. . , 28-2- t. - , V Bishop Matthews, e the United Brethren Church, will preach at the Mr. Jo M. Reed has removed from Court-housnext Sunday afternoon at the Reed homestead to the frame resi2:30 o'clock. This appointment is made dence, on Water street, formerly ocin the afternoon to avoid conflicting cupied by Mr. W. H. Wilson. with the appointments for school in the forenoon. Every body Mr. S. W. Beck has removed from cordially Invited. Bomar Heights to the Marvin Young potatoes, new beans, new peas, property, on Burkesville street. New andjiew tomatoes were on the bill of .fare at the home of Mr. J. O. Russell "Circuit court will openathls place next Monday. :fr:firsfc of the week. ad-dress- es oi meanors and 10 felony prosecutions before the court that stand for trial. ' Gill & Waggener. n, am located in my Studio over the Mr. A. O. Baker, of Amandaville, Casey Jones Store. Pictures made o was in Columbia Monday and in conversation with The News man stated that the people of his section would be glad to see a railroad in Columbia. Mr. Baker is hopeful of Cumberland river improvements but realizes that a railroad to this place would also be of much worth to his community. - I season into consideration, Thur man is an early bird, so to speak. i"j Mr. J. B. Burton, who has been afMr. John Thurman, wholive3 in the a cancer: for the last two Breeding country, finished planting flicted with received treatment which he com last Saturday week. Taking the years, thinks will cure him. The cancer has Mr, anything, anywhere, anytime. Portrait, flashlights, views and groups 2 to 6 feet long. Also Kodak finishing. If you can't come to Columbia write me. I can come to your home. B. B. Montgomery, Columbia, Ky. been killed and has dropped out and the healing is progressing nicely. While absent from home last week, s S. Van Hov. Cane Valley, has two RubberTirea; Put On and Guaran I have' an electiric engine and win O- - Russell purchased a Hudson a " GoffBros. be able to do work Dr.little cheaper.. six cylinder ftrty horse power jwfemo-bil- milk cows? with thair first calves, for teed.Jas. Triplftfc, 2&2b tf gj fx sale. . and It; is bow afrhis residence. Mr. J. e, t. j -- ... .tafeSB-ti- i M 'jv it ) -- , THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS President Wilson and Mexico. These MeriHave Money. Perhaps no one hates the sight The sensible thinking people of money more than the croupiers f this country endorse President at Monte Carlo, through whose Wilson's treatment of the trouhands thousands of dollars pass ble with Mexico, or more corevery day. rectly speauing, his treatment of It is not everyone who1 can be a he Huerta government. This croupier. Fingering and countpolicy is clearly war if necessary ing money at the Casino requires ibut peace if possible with honor. The United States has no caucus special training, and, according kelli iwith the Mexican people ly, there is a school of croupiers and we can hope for nothing by in Monaco. Here there are tables getting in trouble with them. similar to those used in the gambling-rooms, and each "scholar" There could come no credit to is taught by a "master" how" to Jfte United States in whipping become a croupier. so weak a people. The Huerta Government has The"master" and the"scholar' outrageously insulted the United personate players, while one part of a States by incident after incident "scholar" takes the The money used is forthe purpose of bringing on croupier. substiwar with the United States. As sham, metal discs being far as it is concerned their pur- tuted for coins and slips of paper bank-noteWithin a given pose has been accomplished. By for croupier-scholmust eapturing Vera Cruz and block- time the ading the other points of Mexico calculate and pay out the winthe United States has placed the ning stakes. He has to learn how Federals in the position that they to pitch money from one end of can neither get supplies of war the table to a precise spot at the aor money from the outside. other end, and a good many other While this has been done, not to things. When a "scholar" is passed as help Gen. Villa and his army, the results are the same as if perfect he enters the service of that had been the United States! the Casino under an agreement We have made it just that much which stipulates that he can be easier for Gen. Villa's army to dismissed at a moment's notice march into the City of Mexico without any reason being given s. ar PBO(iMM i 4 The following is the program of the Fourth District Convention of the Christian Church which will convene at Columbia on Friday night, before the first Sunday, in June. FRIDAY NIGHT, DISTRICT SESSION 7:30 7:45 Song Service led by Luther, Young Bible Study and Prayer Address by the President Sub Church and How to Solve it. Appointment of" SPRING - I!M4. Every floor is teeming with the newest and best in ; W. E. Frazee 8:00 9:00 The Probjem of the Country Open discussion following Wall and Floor Coverings" 9 Committees and other business 9:00 " 9:10 9:25 Annual Message from State Worker 10:00 The Bible School and Missions. C. W. Harrison, L. Young 10:50 How to Teach Adults W.J.Clark 11: Is SATURDAY MORNING BIBLE SESSION Song Service led by W. H. Cundiff , Bible Study and Prayer W. H. Elliott Stocks tip the Acme of Excellence RUGS, CARPETS, DRAPERIES and WALL PAPER Vie with each other for Early Recognition The Best news of all are our Low Prices, fixed by an Economical Organization, Centrally Located, yet re- moved from the high rent district. 11:30 12:15 the Organization of the Modem Bible School a Help to Bible Study Tobias Huffaker, F. J. Barger Roll Call of District Officers and Schools by Stale Worker Adjournment for Noon Intermition SESSION-1 Hubbuch Bros., h . Wellendorff . . AFTERNOON BIBLE SCHOOL and CHURCH :30 Song Service led by W. E. Frazee . 1:40 1:50 Bible Study and Prayer led by J. S. Chilton Business Session: Incorporated 522 and 524 West MarketlSt. For more than Thirty Years, Louisville's Leading - (a) Reading Minutes of last meeting by Sec. (b) Annual Report of Sec. (c) Annual report of the Churches of the District Carpet and Rug House. (d) Convention Offering 2:30 Address, "How Nearly is Protestantism United" J. Q. Montgomery The'Safety of the Teaching of the Christian Church on the Conditions of Salvation H. W. Elliott, W. G. Montgomery 4: 7:30 7:45 8: Election of officers and Reports of Committees EVENING-Education- al Special All Notice SATURDAY and Benevolent Session 8:30 Horace Jeffries Address by J. S. Chilton, Supt. Christian Orphans' Home Special Address, "Christian Education", in charge of a Rep resentative of the College of the' Bible, Lexington, Ky. Song Service led by J. M. Wolford Bible Study and Prayer , Persons Wtfo Are Behind and capture Huerta and do just what they please with him. Our possession of the ports of Mexico makes us, as far as the end of the Huerta regime is concerned, an ally of Villa. It is evidently the policy of President Wilson, in spite of the jingoes in this country, not to wage a war of conquest in Mexico, but to hold the ports and let Huerta and Villa fight it out. There will be no act of further aggression upon the part of the United States unless there is fur- nim. Health a Factor in Success. The largest factor contributing to a man's success is undoubtedly healtn. It has been observed that a man is seldom sick when his bowels are regular-he is never well when they are constipated. For constipation you will find nothing quite so good as Chamberlain's Tablets. They not only move the bowels but improve the appetite and strenghen the digestion. They Ad. are soli by Paull Drug Co. SUNDAY MORNING SESSION 9:30 10:50 11:15 Bible School in charge of State Worker Aim 200 and Offering $10. Communion Service conducted by C. W. Harrison Address by W. H. Elliott, Sub. "The Call of fj.--- ' One Year on our Subscrip" - tion Books Will have to Come off Under the.Cum-berland- s Sunday Afternoon and Night, C. W. B. M. Session, charge of Mrs.' L. L. Campbell, State Sec, Lexington, Ky. in Costly Raiment, f Shortly before his death the marquis of Anglesea bought The Department of Agriculfure three dozen handkerchiefs for says that the wages of' farm la Arrangement of Ballot. . which he paid $60 z dozen. They bor have increased about 25 per With the race for the Demo- had his crest worked in human cent, in the last four years and cratic nomination for United hair in the corners.. 36 per cent, since 1902. This is ther provocation. States Senator made up with Gov. It is interesting to know that good news. Until agriculture is But in preparation for any James B. McCreary, Congress the late Cue d'Albe, uncle of the able to pay as much for the same emergency that may arise, which man Stanley and former Gov.J.C. Eugenie, was in the labor as other industries pays, it might compel our troopslto inarch W. Beckham as the starters in the habit of ordering 12 dozen hand- is evident that something is radiInto Mexico, every step will be August primary, it is interesting kerchiefs at a time, for which he cally wrong either farmers are taken by President Wilson to be to note that if all three go to the paid $100 a dozen not as efficient as employers in ready at a moment's notice. We post the arrangement of names Perhaps the most expensive other lines of business or other have a President who will uphold on the ballot will be different in handkerchief in existence is in industries are favored. at the ex the honor of the Nation at any the various congressional dis- the possession of the Italian roy-- al pense o f agriculture. Farm cost, hut who will not plunge the tricts. Under the provisions of family. It took three women wages have in the past been lownation into any war which can the State primary law the names mbre than five years to make it er than wages for equal work in be avoided. In the time of per- are to appear in alphabetical or- and is valued at $30,000. any other line of employment, il it is the time for coolness. It der in the Fir3t district and alOne of the Bulgarian princes and it is a healthy sign of prog-res-s is time to stand behind the Pres- ternate in each succeeding num- has the peculiar hobby of collect-inc-r when labor on the farm com- ident and hold up his hands and erical district. Under this ardressing eowns. His ward manas more money, witn an not to criticise and embarrass rangement the formation will be robe contains an enormous num- increase i n wages, however, News, him. as 'follows: Beckham, first, Mc ber of these articles of appearl should go an increase in efficien Creary second and Stanley third many of which are worth $500 cy Whether there has been Program. in the First, Fourth, Seventh and each. Some time ago he had a such increase is an open question. Tenth districts; McCreary first dressing gown specially made for Many farmers believe that farm The following is the program Stanley second and Beckham him in Paris; for which: he paid labor of today is less efficient and for the Decoration at Bear Walthird in the SeconFif th Eighth $600. trustworthy than that of five or low, May 30th: and Eleventh districts; Stanley If this is the "he gaekwar of Baroda has a ten years ago. 9 Singing conducted by Lucien first, Beckham second and Mc- coat', woven of gold and em case, the rise in wages will soon Burton and others. Creary third in the Third, Sixth broidered with diamonds and reduce the profits of the employ- 10 Preaching by A. Whitten. and Ninth districts. Louisville rubies, which cost $125,000; the ing farmer to the point that will 11 Decoration of graves. Times. emir of cindia posssesses a coat prevent any further increase in - 12 Dinner. Good pay must be based 13 Preaching by S. P. Sullivan Indigestion? Can't Eat? No Appetite? of brilliant scarlet and a cap of wages. good work. All old soldier are invited; A treatment of Electric Bitters in- black and, gold studded with on your appetite; stops indiges1 Every body come and bring creases can eat everything. A real gems which are worth over $150-00you tion; While the Watchful Waiting while the maharajah of There- will spring tonic for liver, kidney and baskets. d stomach troubles. Cleanses your whole policy of President Wilson has spent nearly $200,000 on a on the ground, system and you feel fine. Electric Bitie no stand ters did more for Mr. T. D. Peedle's garb of purple satin and a turban been condemned by thousands of M. W. Smiley, Chairman. stomach troubles than any medicine yet it is time now for 50c thick with pearls diamonds and Americans, J. B. Burton. he ever tried. Geta bottle and $1.00. Recommended by Paull cooperation and theChief Exec- V emeralds.. , J. D. Burton. -ex-Empr- ess E-To- wn t .- The Increase in Wages. Farm the Law, if not Paid at once The Government Will Not carry Papers in the . Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year Let Us Reason Together ' f J X r Was a Wise Old Saying td-da- 2fc I want every and that is exacty what I want us to do PARMER who has Sheep, to investigate my work, and see if this is not the place for you to bring or ship your WOOL to get the best YALUE for it.K"ow if you don't want your Wool Manufactured, I will pay you the BEST HOME MARKET PRICE, for I need every . pouna oi wool can gee. l am trying to represent tne om lasiuuuu 3 1.1 ...T.A m A.1... .un.uiauumotuio u guuusiiKe our muuieis ubtju to uuaKe, in cue mnmifonfllFa rf T51irlr me hear from your ets, Flannels, Lincy, Jeans, Yarnes, Etc. Let Wool this season any way. Goods shipped cheap by mail anywhere. l Farmers Woolen Mills, P. O. Jamestown, Ky. E. L. BEECE, Mgr. Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. M$xS utive should be supported in all his actions. Every loyal American has a duty to perform and the history of the country shows that in time of war Americans have always conquered, because they never fought for anything except ajust cause. Throw away criticisms, and political- feeling and join hands to uphold the army and navy and the President in a work that must carry - &$Q&$&Q NOTICE, S We wish to inform, the people of Adair county that we are repre- - -- sentingthe Pomona Nursery, at Bowling Green. This Nursery has been in business 25 years and has 300 acres in select nursery stock, line of trees.- puting out a nst-clas- s Why not buy your trees that are already acclimated and save the experimenter's loss? We expect to visit every fanner within the next few weeks. See us and get -y our prices before you buy. HARRIS & GARRISON, Columbia, Kentucky. , 0; well-fille- - Pa-tia- la to-da- y. Drug Co. -- .r r Ad.t if- with it great respons.ibiIity.-Wi- nChester Democrat 3. A "J. . s . . hf i J. ' - i 'J :mfi&"-- J3t3f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS .v.. - "C S Program of the Adair County Medical Society to be Held in Co- Our Best Offer The Biggest Combination Bargain of Standard lumbia, Ky.; May 14th Sessions-Aftern- oon Two and Night. AFTERNOON SESSION Publications Ever Offered Diphtheria, S. P. Miller. Pneumonia, W. R. Grissom. Cerebro Spinal Meningitis, W. F. Cartwright. Tuberculosis, C. M. Russell. Paper their own selection, B. J. Bolin,S. S. Simmons. NIGIIT SESSION. conquering nation above that of Luke McLuke Says. the inferior or vanquished. When an army found itself hope Lots of men who preach against lessly beaten, it hauled its flag! gambling go ahead and get mar down far enough for the flag of ried. the victors to be placed above it Men are more imaginative than on the same pole.. This was a women. But no man could make token not only of submission, himself BelieveDthat a wrinkle butof respect. was a dimple. . Here is the Offer 1 year $M)0 The Adair County News year 1.00 The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1 year .50 Farm and Fireside, Household Journal & Floral Life, mthly..l year .25 Poultry Husbandry, monthly 50 Magazine, monthly .50 1 semi-month- ly To-Da- y's x i '' V School Sanitation, Tobias Huffaker. General Sanitation, W. S. Chandler. Sanitation Under the Mosiac Law, T. Williams. Little Things, and Other Things, U. L. Taylor. Z. , Our Special Bargain For All Six, Each One Year Only p I I fJ I Dr. R. C. McChord, Health Law3. . Dr. J. N. McCormack, a general lecture illustrated by lantern slides. " This meeting will be at the Courthouse, and we want everybody to attend. It is for the public. S. P. Miller, President, TJ. L. Taylor, Secretary. In those days, when a famous soldier died, flags were lowered out of respect to his memory. The custom long ago passed from purely military usage to public life of all kinds, the flag flying being a sign that at half-mathe dead man was worthy" of universal respect. The space left above it for the flag of the great conqueror of all the angel st Every girl has Society mannerE for use inCompany and Kimonc Manners for use around the house. to long for sing about yourboyhood's happy days down on the farm. But if yoc could experience them again it It is all right wouldn't take you ten minutes to set up a howl for Modern Improvements. of death. A It isn't Silo Question. Mercer Boy's Exciting Time. We considesrthis the biggest and besfc bargain we have ever been able to offer our readers. Our own publication heads the list. The other FIVE have millions of readers and are too well known to need a further introduction. Please remember our contract with the publishers is limited and this offer may be withdrawn at any time. Take advantage now while the opportunity is yours and you will not regret the investment. If you are already a subscriber to any of the above your subscription will be extended one year from time it expires. Call or mail all orders to New View of the much comfort to a man to know that he is bald-headed wearing lots of hair on his hat. We have always found The Adair County News, to? Columbia, Ky. itSBSfc i s 5 wxiM7$B&7mxr?mLwmMrmw.'zur3w:m&':!w'-."&rjtT,yMATtyrtyiHytj!yr-MTrM'yriv- i News comes from Harrods-bur- g that Col. E. H. Gaither, an attorney of that city has received a message from Mexico giving the details) of an exciting experience of his son, Ike Gaither, who with two brothers, Edgar and Morton and an uncle, George Gather, are in Mexico. Missouri farmers, as well as that How Cattle Shrink. hmmmWrnW BUY THF VFRY RPCT Cheap paint soon cracks and peels neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will, buy nothing else but && off, and is Silver" Seal Paints Finishes, Stains and Varnishes 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. In the current issue of Farm and Fireside appear the following government fjgures on cat. tle shrinkage: "After weighing 19,000 cattle in 265 shipments, government experts have concluded that the normal shrinkage of cattle in shipment 'is from three to six per cent. There are exceptions to ( Kentucky Paint M'g Company, (Incorporated) 513 W. Market St. LOUISVILLE,' KY. i "I D. G. HARDWICK, Pre. J. B. COCKF, Y. W. I Pre.'.; V.'V. DIETZMAN, Sec this rule, and no one can say beforehand just how much cattle will shrink in going to the market. It depends on the treatment of the cattle, the length of time they are held without food or water, the nature of their feed before loading, the character of the trip to market, the distance shipped, and the time of arrival. "The shrinkage of the first twenty-fou- r hours is greater for twenty-fou- r any subsequent hours. Steers generally snrink a little less than cows of the same weight. Fed cattle anfl range cattle shrink about equally. There is no way to prevent shrinkage, but careful handliug and good feeding will . keep it within reasonable bounds. "One of the chief causes of heavy shrinkage is too severe drive to "the loading pen, espec-iall- y during hot weather." Coughed Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 - INCORPORATED 1889 miiWRiGHTS 1301 N. DEALERS-I- f mflcHiftiSTS N ENGINES. BOILERS, GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TftlRTeeNTtf-JAMLOUISVILLE SAW ML-I- S. SMOKE STACKS Sheet Iron and Tank WorK JKSSBtm JOBBING WORK SOLICITED -- ' t'JmmmmmmmMB ss- Machinery Repaircd- ands a fun stock of caskets, and robes. 1, also, keep ; Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or jday ' Residence Phone 29, office ; Phgne 98. 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, Ad, Columbia; Ky.' 1 All Kinds of for Three Yours., The Atiair County News Onej Dollar a Year. " keeP on coffins, 7 ; ffiiiMilllM 4. ONE ROP fBOURlON POULTRY CURE and prevents cholera, diarrhoea., and other chick diseases. One 60c bottle makes vs gallons of medicine At all druggists. w Sample and txjoklet on '(Dis eases oi jt'owjs" sent FREE. BMTbM Rentfr C9.lMh0m.Iy. dotraa chick's throat cures gapes, A few drops la drinking water cures the "nIrHvrplUv 'RTiftnmt!mn. Bore ITns.kr n.1..al.ii IlkBllB.tl. ..1A jjuckbuu. a.owmw tO um cies. neuralgia, Tnnnev hnrlTIf 11 Ti.in Vnnr it fails Tt. any ache in any sart of the body in lieve fifteen minutes tune. uruqgxnB .rrtce cue. ax Fne raspl al dreslar wot on nqoeit. 1 Tt2 P- "lam a lover of your godsend to hu manity and science. Tour medicine, Dr. King's New Discovery, cured my com-pancoughfof three yearr standing," says Jennie ITlemming.of New Dover Ohio. Have yon an annoying cough? Is it stubborn anh won't yiele to treatment? Get a 50c bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery What it did for Jen"At Hair-Hastnie Tlemming it will do for you, no matter how stubborn or chronic a cough may be. It stops a cough and Did you ever stop to think of throat and lung trouble.-- Relief or money back. 50c and $1.00.. JRecom the meaning of flying flags at Ad. mended by Paull Drug Co: "half-mast- " when any promFor Sale. -- Ike Gaither was located near Joppa, and about a year ago a valuable saddle mare was stolen from kirn by a band of Mexicans and young Gaither declared he would kill any Mexican he caught When the recent riding her. hostilities broke out, Gaither made his way to Vera Cruz just as the Americans were" landing. He joined them and in the fight thatlfollowed, he observed a Mexican soldier riding the mare that had been stolen from him and "Have you ever stopped to promptly shot and killed him and think what a waste there is to recovered the animal. Edgar Gaither, who is a min- the field of corn that is not put ing engineer, was" at Guanjuata in the silo how the juices that and Morton was at San Louis fill shuck, blades and stalk count Potosi and George Gaither was for nothing in particular, because exposure in Mexico when the trouble broke of the heat, rain and out and the two last named broth- to the elements? When the corn is cut up and canned and then ers got into Mexico City with fed as ensilage, stock get all the their uncle and it is hoped all substance there is in it sap, got out safely. stalk, blades, shucks, cobs and Col. Gaither, his father, is a grain. Nothing is lost except Spanish War veteran. Previous the roots and the stubble. Makes to that he commanded the State me think of the saying that a troops at Frankfort during the modern packing house uses all of Goebel-Tayl- or contest at Franka pig except his squeal. fort and also had charge of the ' "Not only that" look what it State troops, in Harlan and Percrop in shape to ry counties .to squelch the feud means to get the out of the field and into ists. Edgar B. Gaither, father feed of Col. E. H., Gaither was. a Col- good shelter before winter onel in the Mexican War, and His weather comes on. I don't know company was the first to enter of anything a farmer can invest He was Mexico City in 1848. in that will pay him better.' If three times voted the thanks of every farm in the county had a Congress for his gallant conduct. silo and if every mile of road Edgar B. Gaither was born and was dragged regularly, the y reared in Columbia, and the Kingdom would be almost an he carried to Mexico in 1847 earthly, paradise. Just get one was made up in Adair county. of those big jars, fill it full of ." those in Kentucky, are beginning to realize the advantage of feeding from silos. The Fulton, Mo., Gazette quotes one as saying: "A silo full of good, rich, juicy feed makes me think of a great big jar of preserves, put up when fruit, is fresh and full of flavor, When a mother unscrews the top of a big jar of peach preserves and gives a boy all he wants of it, it makes him feel just like I imagine a hungry steer feels when the ,lid is lifted from the silo and that good preserved corn is dished out into a feed trough. In fact, a silo filled with the products of the cornfield, sealed up and held for winter, is nothing but a big jar of preserves. when a man wears whiskers on his face his jokes need shaver too. Accidental Inventions. It is interesting "to note of the wonderful som things that have been invented purely br accident. An alchemist, experimentin in earths for the making of crucibles, found that he had invented porcelain. A watch maker's 'apprentice, holding & spectacle glass between his thumb and forefinger, noticed that through it the neighboring buildings appeared larger, and thus he discovered the adaptability of the lens of the telescope. A Nuernberg glasscutter, by accident one day, dropped a little aqua fortis upon his spectacles. He found that it corroded and softened the glass, and he conceived the idea of etching. He drew figures upon the glass with varnish, applied the fluid " and cut away the glass about the drawing. When he removed the varnish the figures appeared, raised on a dark ground. The process of whitening sugar was never known until a hen walked through a clay puddle and then strayed into a sugar house. Her tracks were left in the piles of sugar and when it was noticed that the spots where she had stepped were whiter than the rest, the first step in the process of bleeching sugar with clay was taken. The wife of an Englisy paper-maker one day dropped a blue' bag into a vat of pulp. When the workmen saw the colored to-da- y. jlu .42 East Main St., I BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY; LubigtM. Kr . mt Ml 27-4- Limited quantity of pure Kentucky grown German Millet- seed 81.75 per bushel. Beware of,Western seed. Few dealers have Southern German Millet Jas. p. Shelby, this year. Danville, Ky. t. - I inent person connected with tbe government dies? Ever since flags were used in war it has been the custom to have the flag of the superior or paper, they were astonished, and their employer was son angry at the mischance that his wife diS not dare to confess her part in bringing it about. The paper was stored for years as a damaged lot, and finally the manufacturer sent it'to his agen in .. London, and told him to try to get rid of it. Fashion at once marked it for her own. It was chopped, green corn, and let it rapidly sold at a high price, and the manufacturers found it difB and sweeten, and if it sweat cult to supply' the demand for ' isn't like opening a jar of peach colored paper. , perserves to open it when green Thus Dame Fortune loo"ks 'oiit stuff is out of seasonj then I for her children and when they are slow in learning useful seedon't know how to make coming useful secrets and possibili- - , The beauty of it, is it ties, drops a word of advice in parisons. answers the purpose of preserves their way .so plain that they cat read it. and several other good things." not choose but H. THE AUAIK CODNTX NEWS -- M The meeting in the court house last Friday evening was' well attended considering the Fiblished Every Wednesday weather, and sufficient interest - - BY THE - , was manifested to warrant a call Adair County News Company. for another meeting to be held ( Incorporated.) next Monday evening at 7:30. EDITOR. A large number of Adair county CHAS. S. HARRIS citizens see and realize the im Democratic newspaper devoted to the portance andlf ar reaching effects of the City of Colombia and the people Adftlr and adjacent counties. of building a railroad to Columbia. Many realize the fact' that as Xstered at the Columbia class mall matter. if this is ever accomplished that we must do a substantial part of WED. MAY I1B, 1914 it, while some, however, appearj X indifferent, and willing tor conANNOUNCEMENT. ditions to remain as they are. To those who want a railroad, .For Judge of Court of Appeals. who would like to share in the development of this section and I ,"We are authorized to announce IRQLLIN HURT a candidate for Judge enjoy expanding values and busa)f the Court of Appeals, in the Third iness opportunities, we merely district, subject to the action of the acDemocratic voters, expressed at the say that the time is here for August primary. tion. If the road is built, we must build it. The hope that Hon. Rollin2Hurt,KDemocratic some railroad company or outcandidate for Appellate Judge in side capital will come with pull-matp convey the people of this "this the Third district, and who has beenjmixing withjpeople who county over steel rails, can not 'jreside inllit for the past two longer be indulged, and the many Traeks, haslbeen most cordially re- who really desire a railroad should nowlbe willing to aid in ceived at every point, and from cominglto this town, there its building. The people .of this is not a doubtjbut he is largely town and'county can build the in the race, his friends claiming road without injury to any one. that he has already got his fight The L. & N. will render valuable won. Mr. Hurt is one of the assistance in this matter, so .learned lawyers ofthis Common- much so that it would be a tre- 1 wealth, his reputation as an at- mendous blunder if we fail to torney being known not only accept the proffered help and reover this Appellate district, but fuse to build the road. If we 3n many other parts of the State. let this opportunity pass there He looks like a Judge, he has will be no road; if we all pull to .the carriagelof a Judge, and at gether it will be built. The imthis time there is scarcely a portance of your presence next jdoubt but he will be nominated Monday night islgapparent, and !bythe Democrats for the pos- the interest of the people will aid ition he seeks at the August pri- or hinder the movement, as it mary. While his canvass has may be manifested. The News "been very satisfactory, his has accepted every movement, strength growing day by day, and has given its aid as best it his friends must not conclude could, that pointed to the buildthat his popularity is sure to ing of a railroad, but there has bring success, Hlose interest, and never been a proposition made Jail to be at the polls on the day half so easy for the people of of the . primary. There are this. county to get a road as we eight or tenjcounties in this part now have, and we hope this of the State who are very much chance will not be allowed to interested in Mr. Hurt's race, pass without an honest effort to but his friends will do him no get it. good on that day unless they go A dispatch from Washington to the polls and vote for him. says, Indications grow stronger ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I COLUMBIA WEDNESDAY, MAY i the liver and you cure the bird. Nearly all poultry troubles are due to a disordered liver. Thousands of poultry raisers who use it all year round to keep their flocKs Ifl good health, highly recommend Have You Poultry Troubles ? Cure trdubw, roup and chickea cholera. Given regularly with the feed, to small doses, it also makes an excellent tonic. F. J. Stowe, PurceD, Okla. Bee Dee STOCK & POULTRY MEDICINE Is a splendid cure lor liver 13 "w lcc i TlPP TlPP STOCK & POULTRY MEDICINE It's a liver Medicine. Also a strengthlng Tonic. In-M- Kt Afternoon and Night 25c, 50c and $1. per caa. At yoar dealer's. Post-offi- ce sec-a- d That Big Texas Show The I. X. L. Frontier Days With the Ranch . Locust Grove Stock Farm fcS- - In a Mighty Combination I For the Season of 1914 I will offer for Pub-licServi- ce, Ball Chief 3806, A.S. H. R. at $25.00 to Insure a Living, Colt. DESCRIPTION: BALL CHIEF, in color is a rich red chestnut, star and 'snip, right hind pastern white, 5 years old, 16 hands high, has and beautiful Iong.slender tapering ears, has an extremely long thin blady neck, that comes out of his perfectly formed withers in faultless fashion and tapers perfectly to his beautiful head, in which are set a pair of large clear expressive eyes. He has a high well set natural tail, which he carries at all times to suit the most fastidious. .He has a good strong short back and a, most excellent set of feet and legs. He is nicely broken and gaited,' and goes all his gaits in a most attractive manner. - . fine-head Great Harris Shows 2 Great Shows for a Single Q PRICE of ADMISSION Cowboys, Cowgirls, Real Indians, Mexicans and Cosacks. ns A Gathering of the Representative Rough Riders of the World. The Nation's Own Historical Amusement. A Show with SPEED EX- I CITEMENT and SENSATION. See Big Tom, the last of the Buffalo; the Champian Lady Rider, Psincess Mohawk. $100.00 to the man that brings to our tents a horse or mule our Cowboys can not ride. Animals. Twenty Funny Clowns. See Colonel Harris' Trained re-pa- rts Free Exhibition at Show Grounds, Street Parade at 1 p. m. 1. p. m. BALL CHIEF has for his sire the champion Montgomery Chief 1361, by Bourbon Chjef 9,76, 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. 1 He has proven himself a breeder of thy of your careful consideration. high-cla- ss and is in every way wor- Raven'Bird 6550'A. S. H. R. 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, hy Caldwell's Denmark. 4th. dam Bonnie Brown, by Nat Brown 8 . 1 -- HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINIS- H "Made to, "Walk Oa" is for floors, stairs, woodwork and furniture It is all ready to use. Just dip in the brush and go ahead. flows freely and evenly,' and two minutes practice will make you an expert in its application. It makes old floors new, and no floor is so bad that Lustro will not make it clean, smooth, sanitary and beautiful. You can wipe up a Lustro floor with a damp mop water does not damage it. It is elastic and tough, and does not mar under heel nails, o casters It Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay'full 6 hands high, 7 years old, he has the best of eyes, feet and legs, a beautiful head and neck, a very heavy well set tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He possesses extreme speed, style and action, and the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or handled. He has five distinct gaits; and goes them all in a most attractive manner. You will note from his breeding that he has for his sire the famous old Red Bird, who has perhaps sird as many s show and sale horses as stallion in Kentucky, and traces on his dam's side to Cabell's Lexany ington, 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 $10.00 to insure'a living colt. 1 high-clas- Marion. Marion is a black Jackwith white points, 5 years old, 15 hands high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and ears. He has lots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features of a Jack. He has proven himself very sure and a most excellent breeder. Service fee $ 0.00 to insure a living colt. first-class Judge Hobson, who is Mr. Hurt's hourly that the Mexican trouble opponent, will bend every ener- 1 O gy to get out his full strength in .the counties he expects to carry, lence the importance of Mr. Hurt's friends, one and all, being at the polls on the day of the primary. There are about 1,600 .Democratic voters in Adair and (every one of them should go to the election, it being understood that the county is solidly for the lome man. It is true that it is nearly three months until the primary, but there are twenty-thre- e counties in the district, 3nd of course some of them can not be closely canvassed, hence .the necessity of all the home .counties voting solidly in the icontest. Work day and night as though you believed Mr. Hurt in danger. A canvass thus conducted invariably meets with - success. will break out afresh and Kentucky troops may be called on at I am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a distance. Judge J. P. Hobson would like to have that twenty-thre- e ounce i ilemon raised in Columbia to hand a citizen bf that town, Hon. Hurt, who is running Against him for 'the Court of Appeals. --Elizabethfcown News. Judge' Hobson will be so badly .paralyzed on the day of the pri- asary that he could not hold a JkMon.inhis hand.' . 3Rollin any time. The War Department FOR SALE BY has called up Governors of the big Eastern States and asked Columbia, Store, Kentucky. them how soon they could put troops in the field and how many. At the department every thing Disappointment last Saturday ence Page arrived last week from Frankfort, to visit Mr. and Mrs. is being rushed in an effort to and Sunday. Bingham Moore. have things in readiness for a Mr. Eugene Grasham is wrestThere was a hail storm struck ling with the mumps this week. moment's notice, Also Leslie McFarland, John this part of the country last John C. C. Mayo, who was Squires and Ed Van Hoy are Thursday night. Mr,Sam Smith lost a valuable Kentucky's Democratic Nation-a- t victims. Commit teeman, and the Ernest Cundiff was on the work horse last week by colic. wealthiest man in the State sick list last week'. Last Thursday was Miss MagdiedMn New York Monday afMr. John Squires sold a bunch gie Hutchison's birthday. While ternoon. It is said that he left of nice hogs to Mr.' George she was busy with her work at Cheatman, of Milltown, at 8c. an estate of $20,000,000. the noon hour, guests began to Mr. Loren Bradley sold to arrive, and in a short time there Russell Creek Items. same party two nice hogs for was a house full of people. Those present were, Mrs. Jim ' Some of our farmers are near- $30.00. Will NiCundiff bought one Smith and three daughters, John ly done planting corn. na, Bessie and Helen, Mrs. LuTobacco plants are rushing the good young horse from W. E. ther Murray and three daught farmers to get their ground Todd. Price private.. Annie, Dora and Georgia, ready. Ernest Cundiff bought one ers, and Bessie, Wheat is looking fine through combined mare from J. W. Cun- Mrs. Jennie Smith Ruth and Elizabeth Squires, Carthi3 part of the country. diff for $130.00 rie Hancock, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mr. George Hunn, of Columbia, Mr. Frank McFarland was viswas through this part of the Squires, Mrs. Bell Squires and iting friends and relatives in Pauline". After dinner was over country looking after sheep. Mr. Charley Browning and Russell county last, week and family, of Bliss, were visiting bought himself a fine saddle the girls wanted to have some the family of George Todd last fun, so they took Miss Maggie to mare at a fancy price. week. the spring and washed her face. Mr. John McFarland was in Mr. Tom Moore, who ha3 been All had a jolly time and regretGreensburg last 'week on busi- visiting his brother, Bingham, ted the time for departure to arness. returned to his home in Indiana rive. Misses Sallfe and 'Maggie Misses Ray Wilson, Cora Shep' week., know just how ;to entertain a herd 'and Cassius Smith were last Mrs.' Dr. Moore and Mrs. Clar crowd. viBiting Miss Effie Triplett at . Jeffries Hardware Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, or fed at i $10.00. In all cases money is due and must be paid when mares are bred to other stock, traded, parted with or removed from the neighborhood. All stock will receive my personal attention, and due care" will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. A. S. Chewning,- ColumbiaKy. A jury of half a million has found a verdict in favor of the Ford. More than five hundred thousand Fords sold into world-wid- e use have earned a reputation for serviceability and econemy unparalleled in the motor car world Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford ; the touring car is fiv6 fifty: the b. d 'run-about- " -- Detroit complete, town car seven fifty-f.o.particu- -' with equipment." Get catalog-anJncorpor-ate- d, lars from The Buchanan Lyon Co.j Campbellsville, Ky.. agents for Taylor, Green and Adair counties. 6 . r l'H A. 1 AJjAIK COJNTY NEWS l--.. 5 Sun-da- - I . -r-r-- u Old Uncle Per Inns Bryant, of Luttf ell's Creek schoolhouse y - I 1 "- -I I I I I "" No Substitutes ETURN to the grocer all sub stitutes sent you for Royal Baking Ponder. There is no sub stitute for ROYAL. Royal is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and healthful. Powders offered as substitutes are made from alum. mm- night. We are certainly glad, 'Sano; diedoiie day last week. Mr. Meldrom Scholl is making to welcome him back, for we' .J a crop on Mr?. Omeria Jeffries' need a preacher as bad as any farm. Meldrom is t. hustler and place that 1 know of. I am sorstrictly honest antf" always gives ry to say that all the boys that are not large enough to court put satisfaction to his employers. Sunday digging Miss Emma L. McKinley has in their time on fishingand smoking cigarsick: ' 3be is some sehg, been quite : I Announcement We are receiving this week a new and complete line of General Merchandise which we hope to have opportunity of showing you. Please call and inspect. GILL & WAGGENER. vv :. . better now. Mrs. Mariah Powell and daughter entertained the following last Thursday: Mrs. Z. T. Young and little grand son, Mrs. James Combest and son and Mrs, Elmore Bryant and baby. I f- - IL :ff There was in every regiment Additional Locals. individuals, (I liked to have said men,) when we were in winter Warfield Walter is Dead. quarters who were going to annihilate the Federal army as soon Warfield Walker, a man well known as the spring campaign opened, in his home'county of Carroll and ad we jacent territory, died at hn home in but when that time came and Bogard a few days agto at4ihe'age of 75 were ordered to cook 3 days ra vears. ewas well known in prepared to move at county ancl chad. Jtions and be and cothe many warm substantial friends in,this any moment, these san.e indicity. Warfield Walker was a iJivu viduals who wore pants with susWar veteran, and was born and reared and who looked in Adair county, Ky. Carroll County pended on them Mo., Paper. like men, would be suddenly terrible disPeople who have seen the 1 X L stricken with some Ranch and the Harris Shows say it is ease and so completely would t entertainment on the road. they play the sick man that the A Call. doctors were deceived. They were sent to the hospital and that was All Modern Woodmen in goodstand-rog'ar- the last you would, see of them earnestly requested to be ' a until we" were in winter quarters the Hall Monday night, May 18th. W,. T. Ottley, Consul, again. Their tribe 'was few, I C. Strange, Secretary. J, am glad to say. Ask Gaither Dr. Locke, of Baruourville, will Bryant if he ever saw any of speak at the medical meeting ithat class. I nun-Livingst- Mr. Kent Bryant too dinner at the home of Mr. Theodore Powell last Sunday. v Miss Mary Lee Turpen, who has spent several weeks in Comunity. lumbia, returned home last bun-daThe Casey county Fiscal Court y. ettes, learning to swear, etc. This I personally know to be true. O. L. Ellis has been repairing his dwelling house. It is reported on very good authority that Mr. Godbey will start an automobile in a short time between this place and It is certainly needed arid Mr. Godbey Will have the best wishes and support of every progressive citizen of this comMc-Kinney. X Field Day Programme Friday, May 8, 1914, L. W. T. S. 1 1 Park. W. I. Ingram Sandusky Bros. J. Hayes 2nd. ,. 00 yds dash, 1 6 yrs and under Reece 1st, time 11 sec, Pr Tennis Shoes Faulkner 2nd. t the-bes- e w f i not given to finding fault with newspaper correspondents, Pianist, Listen! but I cannot agree with one of At your Texas men when he says King Baggot Rag. "that Texas is the best State in (BY (J. AV. LOWE-the Union." He certainly has real i' A real rag, aThat'shit. a real idea, it.a never been in South Carolina or all. Send for rireal melody. he never would have been guilty per copy.. Address, Price, net 25c. G. W. Lowe, of such an extravagant expresColumbia, Ky. say sion. If he does not modify it-one of the best, that would Machine Shop. satisfy us, but if he will not A. Helm I have purchased the W. his former then for the honor of South Caroutfit, and am located at shops on Bomar Heights, Columbia, olina I shall have Gov. Cole L. Ky. I am prepared to do do all. kinds make a requisition on the of work in the way of repairing ma- Blease chinery. I also furnish repairs, in Governor of Texas and bring him either brass or iron fixtures. down here and try him for slanam fully qualified to do all kinds I der. I hate to seem to be hard of work I solicit your patronage. J- - M- learnes. on my brother Kentuckian, but South Carolina can never stand Wool Wanted. any thing like that. I shall not We pay the highest cash price. give him time Campbellsville Manufacturing Co.. take action until I Campbellsville, Ky., or we will man- to modify his expression. ufacture your wool as you direct. What has become of the railroad boom Columbia was on some From South Carolina. time ago? Has it died a natural I hope the road will be Troy, May 5th, 1914. death? built, and that soon. I want to Editor News: again beI thank you very much for your visit the dear old town Dunnville: kindly references to me in your fore I am gathered to my Father, local columns last week, and es- and I want to ride from Camppecially as to my record as a Con- bellsville or some other R. R. Farmers are getting ready to federate soldier. I must confess on the train. plant corn. Several ' have little Columbia that I am proud of that record point to natfthes nlanted for earlv feed and if you think it would not With best wishes I am Respectfully, give offense to some of my friends ing, as corn is selling at $5 per side, I who were on the other Heck Burton. George barrel, and not an over supply of will send you an articlefrom Ed it at that price. There is very Porter Thompson's history of Ozark. good indication of it going to $6 "the Orphan Brigade in which per barrel. Wonder what Bro. your humble correspondent is favorably mentioned. The refer. Mr. Polley ana" family left Mon- Hadley thinks of $6 corn? I was ence to me in that article day for Illinois, where they ex- guess something unspeakable my knowledge written without reside for a while. They though; or consent, and consequently I pect to did not sell heir home here. So L. . F. Dickinson and W. D. appreciate it all the more. i if fpv should not like Illinois Cunningham, two of our best Send Ed. I agree fully with your edito- - they have their home to return young men, have returned home rial on the Mexican situation. It to. from Bowling Green on account to avoid war if it can is better Mr.John White rented Mr. Jo of the measles. They will soon be done honorably. The loss of moved to be able to be out again. the lives of the noble young men Kearnes' property and that have already been sacrificed same last week. John has a I earnestly advise every one to ' is worth more that all the Mexi- nice home of his own, we don't avoid meeting any of the ladies can Greasers in that Priest-riddeof his moving. know the cause nf this p.ommunitv. as they are country. wife of James Bryant, who nlmnsh Riire to be an agent for I think you are also correct Thebeyond Craycraft, died last some washing machine, or makwhen you say that those who are lives clamoring for war and finding Friday. She had grippe and dis- ing up an order for some dish men are fault with President Wilson's pol- eases incident to old age. Her company. Some of the I icy are not hunting ior the en- husband is very feeble. He is a also in the same business. . rolling officer. My observation brother of Messrs. John, Jasper,, :hope thwr tribe will speedilyde-v in the Confederate service leads T. J., Edmon, and .Mrs. Martha .crease. . VRgvG. C. Baker will preach-aABrylnt, of :this place. ' me'to agree with you. 1 am well-know- night, (Thursday.) No one' fpoiifd fail to hear him. Miss Cary Cabell, of Dunnville, is visiting her aunts, Mrs. Milton Wolford and Mr. John White and family. This week we are called upon to chronicle the death of Mrs. Rachel Montgomery, widow of Zach Montgomery, which occurr ed at Liberty last Saturday. The remains were brought to this place and buried beside her husband and children on their old home place. Mrs. Montgomery was 84 years and 8 months old. She had been afflicted perhaps more than thirty years, but with ) 2G-2- m - 23-2- has at last agreed to build a bridge across the river at Dunnville. This step should have been taken 25 years ago. But it wasn't, because the people in this section are true Kentuckians. We have got to know that We need a thing and need it badly before we reach out and take it. J. F. Pelley and wife were visiting Mr. Jeff Wilkerson and family last Saturday and Sunday. Jo Thomas and Virgil Rubarts are doing a very good business in the poultry and egg trade. Most of the young toughs are the very best care and attention. now busily engaged in dodging n toevery, the. Sheriff. He will get -- them She was body, in this community, having sooner or later. So what is the spent all of her life here until a use of dodging. few years ago after the death of The Casey County News imher husband, she broke up house- mediately after last November keeping, and has since made her election charged that the buying home with her son, Eld. Joe and selling of votes was practicin Montgomery and daughter, Mrs, ed openly at the Court-hous- e Portman, ofLibercy. liberty. This is the second Cir Mollie Three sons Elijah, Adair and cuit Court that has met since Fields and one daughter, Mrs. then, yet I have heard of no inH. 0. Murrell, lives in Oklahoma, vestigation being made in regard one daughter, Mrs. V. M. Ep- to the matter. No wonder there person, of Montpelier, this coun is red flag parades, I. W. W. anty. She possessed a sunny dispo- archist and others equally as bad sition and many noble traits of that are waiting to destroy our free system of Government when Christian character. Eld. yatt Montgomery, of those in power are there because Moreland, came down to attend of the corrupting influences the burial of his aunt, Mrs. Rach- which they exercise without regard to God or their own fellow-meel Montgomery. I, for one, would like for W. G. Roy bought a milk cow charges to be in from W. J. Gabbert for 60.00, the "News" vestigated and for the guilty and sold one to John White for ones to be punished as they rich$75.00. ly dererve. Lander Bryant sold N. A. McKinley one mare for $80.00. Craycraft. n. 2 3 Running broad jump Cuff Buttons Burchett 1st, 17 ft. 10 in., One mile race 4 Pr. Jackson Shoes 2nd. Shirt Goff 1st, time 5 min. 18 sec, Boys' Wheelbarrow race Two Pr. JSilk Hose 1st ( ( J. D. Lowe J. F. Patteson Willis 2nd. ' Henry Hurt Stevenson , 1 ' " 5 D. Hayes 1 00 yds dash, 4 yrs and under Landis 1st., time 14 sec. 440 yds dash 1 st Tennis .Shoes. pt j Hadley st Ball. Glove 2nd Silk Tie 1 2nd. J. Hayes Reed & Miller G. R. Reed 6 2nd Silk Hose 7 Burchett 1st, time 63 sec. Girls Relay Race 1st Box Candy 2nd Box Candy Ad Astra 1st, time 60 sec. Somersault race 1st $2.00 2nd $1,001 G. Whitney 2nd. W. F. Hogard Mrs. L. T. Neat Hayes 2nd. D. Nell & McCandless Dr. Tripktr 5 8 Drs. Cartwright & Hmdmars Talley 2nd. Stevenson & Sandusky V. Sullivan j Calhoun 2nd. ( D. Hayes Frank Sinclair Simms 2nd. Popplewell 1st, 9 Pole Vault 1st $2.00 2nd Shingle, Shave and Shine Stevenson 1st, heighth 8 ft 5 in. 1 1 Pocket Knife ) 2nd Box Candy f Garnett 1st, heighth 6 ft. 1 in. Hurdle Race Shirt, Tie and Clasp Burchett 1st, time 17 sec. 1st Case Dope 12 Society Relay Race 2nd Doz. Soft Drinks F. L. S. 1st. 13 Candy Eating Contest Box Candy Zella Owen 1st. Mile Race 1 st Shirt and Tie 4 One-ha- lf 0 Little Boys Pole Vault 1 st 1 Jno. W. Flowers Willis 2nd. W. T. Ottley Henry Ingram C. R. Hutchison Mabel Hindman 2nd. Goff Bros, and Kasey Jones; Winfrey & Co. Willis 2nd. Buford Montgomery Frances Strange 2nd. Russell & 1 2nd Case 15 My-Co- la Burchett 1st Hoop Race Dozen Pictures Sarah Collins Is. 1 16 17 00 yds dash any age: Pr Eclipse Shoes Cc Goff 1st, time 11 sec. Shot Put 1st Watch Chain J. Hayes 2nd. Chandler & Moss G. B. Smith 2nd Silk Tie Hadley 1st, 43 ft. 1 8 Half-hamm- ar 1 st Ball Bat D. Hayes 2nd. Gordon Montgomery Shingle, Shave and Shine A. 2nd. Paull Drug Sharp 2nd. Loy-Burche- tt D. Hayes 1st, 39 ft. lin. 1 9 Ball Throwing by Girls Gold Lavalier Sallie E. Murphy 1st. Ball Throwing by Boys Co-Myr- tie 19i Squires 1st. - - n The farmers of this community are very busy planting corn. The singing at Shiloh the first Sunday afternoon was quite a success. There will ne anotner rmp. on the third Sunday after noon in May in the new book- sGlorious Refrain. Our Sunday School is progressing nicely with Mr. J. A. Richardson as Superintendent. Mr. G. T. Bryant sold one sheep to George Hunn for $5.00. There will be meeting at Oak Grove the third Sunday in this month. Mr. G. L. Blair had a last Monday afternoon. The farmers of this community are preparing to put out a large tobacco crop this year. Bro. Wyatt Montgomery .preached a very interesting ser mon at Shiloh last Sunday even ing. ,.j Vi log-rolli- ng 20 Three Legged Race Two 21 J. Hayes and D. Girls Basket Ball Game Boxes Stationery Dr. Murreli Stevenson and Popplewell 2nd. Hayes 1st, 1st Dinner 2nd Box Candy by Ad Astra Society. Won Lowe & Hancock Flowers & Becfc 22 23 24 25 Running High Jump Goff 1st, Sack Race Knife Goff 1st, $ .00 1 Z. T. Williams Burchett 2nd. Page & Taylor Willis 2nd. 220 yds dash Goff 1st, Parasol Rev. O. P. Busls Burchett and J. Hayes 2nd. Murray BaI3 Ovaline Humble 2nd. Jeffries Egg Race Bar Pin Mary Shreve 1st, Razor . Popplewell 1st, 1 26 Shoe Race 27 Hardware Store Myers & Som C. S. Harris Reese 2nd. Potato Race st Camera 2nd Knife Goff 1st, Reese 2nd. Individual Medal for Highest number of Points Decided by last Event in, favor of John Goff, 1st, 25 h James Burchett 2nd, 23- - Sano. ; t killed last Sunday. lambs. um untie dim .Brickena was-- , Corn planting is the order of buried near Tarter last week. the day in this section. Some Brother Bryant will preach at Mr. Tom Shepherd, whr h& White's school house, the third been a great sufferer for-farmers are done planting. number of years, died last Sunday , Mr. Isaac Roberta returned Sunday. a ifpmea few days ago, after a year's stay in Indiana. Mr. Jim Cravens and Miss Ada Shepherd attended singing at White's school house, Sunday. "Mr: Lee Farri&was in this part a few days ago looking after Doctor Barrett attended our singing last Sunday. Come again Doc. Mr. and Mrs. John F. White visited near Dunnville. last ay and Sunday. Mad dogs have made theiraT: pearance in this sections One-wa- s Sat-urd- v - , 6 THE 'ADAIK' COUNTY NEWS UflDETflrEf?. A- Jaek Chinn Notice What's The Matter With Your Baby? - 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. Jly doctor could not help me, out I was completely cured Dy - vj lg-T-XL- . Oj - iladies Robes, also a nice Hurse. cation over Cumberland Grocers Columbia, Jty. Phone 52 -- :f Caskets 1 keep constantly on hands a nice line and Coffiins, and Men and Lo- Co., A. J. B. Jones. Daily This well known Jack will make the season of 1914 at my barn, near Milltown, and will be "JOE" Cleveland Bay This celebrated Stallion will make the season of 1914 at Will Johnson's barn, 4i miles south of Columbia and H miles West of Gadberry,' on Pettits Fork Creek, and will serve mares at $6.00 to insure a living colt.' He has proven ttbe a good breeder. Joe is a dark bay, 16 hands high, heavy built, good style, has the best of eyes, f eetjand legs and in fact a perfect model in every respect. He is the best and' quifesb work horse I ever seen, and a fine driver for women with perfect safety, so he needs no further introduction. Money due when colt is foaled. All care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. We willjalso stand a good 7 year old Jack at same!place on same conditions as horse, 14 The youne mother and many an old one, too Is often puzzled to know the airs. M. S. Adams, Auburn, Ky., and Mrs. cause o her child's 111 nature. The L. M. Boyce, Tip Top, Ky the only laxaloudness , of its cryingr does not neces- tive given is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. sarily Indicate the seriousness of its It has been found to answer most perfectly trouble. It may have nothing more the matter "with it than a headache or a feel- all the purposes of a laxative, and its very ing: of general dullness. It cannot, of mildness and freedom from griping tourse, describe its feelings, a recommend it especially for the preliminary measure you are but as in children, women, and old folks use of safe gener(trying a mild laxative. ally people who need a gentle bowel "MlnA tlmpff nut fATV vnli will flnil tt stimulant. Thousands of (Is all the.child needs, for its restlessness families have been enthusiastic American about it p.na peevisnness are pernaps due to ob- for more than a quarter of a century. struction of the bowels, and once that Anyone wishing to make a trial of this "has been remedied headache, it ift bluggishness and thethe many other "the remedy a druggist evi- way of before buying fifty the regular cents or one at dences of constipation and dollar a large bottle (family size) can jwill quickly disappear. have a sample bottle sent to the homo , Don't give the little one salts, catharfree of charge by simply addressing Dr. or nasty waters, for these will W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St., tic pills purgatives, act as and they are too Monticeiio, name and address strong for a child. In the families of on a postal ill. Tour do. card will n-- DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. $1.00 Cor, Joliet, HI. AT ALL 50c AND DRUGGISTS. indic-estio- C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY ' Courier - Journal permitted to serve mares at the sum of j7.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when the colfc come3 are the mare parted with. $6.00 a Year . All care will be taken to preyent accidents but not should any occur. responsible We would be pleased to send tire Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from now until the first of April for 50 cents. Or better still we will .furnish the Adair County Kews, one year and the 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.4 jrffctfftt5jri Special Attnetin to Eyes r Sunday J. A C. Browning. Birdseve view ot our Plant FiBtulo, 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 Courier - Journal HUGHES' RESIDENCE, STREET. ON BCRKSVILLE $2.00 a Year 'J Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer JJ-.'.- V - mTi I'll I I I I'Tt - at the lowf ee of $5.00. The Adair County News and Best Natioual News The Cincinnati WeeRIy Both One " " tt State News Local News Enquirer This Jack is black with mealy points, hands high, heavy built, good style and lias proven himself a good breeder. We thank the people for their past favors and solicit their future ones Call and see our stock if interested. Phone Will Johnson. Joseph J H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Will practice m this and adjoining counties. -. Johnson Bros. He is dying hard, but he, is dy- Jamstown, .Kentucky Year For Only Market Reports $1.35 Hfiltfe " v--k y 'friSi'jvfnw' SAl-JrSJr H HPI!?" " tc Foreign News Political News of Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekiy Enquirer is ing, and is now in the last throes of his death struggle. he is to the men who surround him like a wild hyena backed up against the wall and surrounded by foes. No one dares to oppose him nor reason with him. He distrusts every one, even his son, Jore. He knows that the capital is honeycombed with treason, that every one of the mad wolves whose pack he had led is ready to spring at his throat. Meanwhile, i' G P. SMYTHE for Largest in Dixie" ' Everything i( for Everybody Are you interested in what is taking place day by day all over the world ? If you are you NEED THE COURIER-JOURNA- L. is an agent in your iovra giye him a trial order one month Daily 50 cents, with Sun-fla- y 75 cents. If there It is issued every Thursday, subscription price 51.00 per year, and it is one of the best h6me metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnine the world's events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity 'to every home, farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscribing for thelabove combination right now. Call or mail orders to te' W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated flRE INSURANCE and REAL Louisville, Kentucky. II ESTATE WHOLESALE Windows, JDoors, Blinds, Mouldings, I Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write-fo- r Columns, our Catalog J V ii Electric B f- -r EVERYTHING IN 1 The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. v x is no agent in your town give order to the paper in Ifthers At End of His Rope. Mexico City, May 5. The iron Hu-ert- a and steel nerves of General g have been shattered. The man whose hand was never beto the Courier-Journa- l. fore known to tremble is now alWEEKLY COUIER-J- O UR- most a nervous wreck. The strain INAL has been discontinued, under which he has lived for ten iut FARM AND FAMILY, a days transformed him into a mere 3nost excellent illustrated monthly wreck of his former self. ' :magazine, is a worthy successor. For a week General Huerta has Fhe price is only 25 cents a year. not slept in his bed. All night t Ask for a sample copy. he rides through the streets of Mexico City in his automobile, Courier-Journ- al Company frequently drinking heavily of INCORPORATED t strongest brandy to steady himLouisville, Ky. self. And when from complete exhaustion he dozes, the tired .Residence Phone-1B Business Pho e 13 fi chauffeur stops the automobile and it remains motionless until OR. N. MIIRRELL Huerta awakes with a start and orders the chauffeur to move on. IDENTIST One night the man who calls Office, Front 'rooms m Jeffries BTdg himself President of Mexico rode up Stairs. through the forest of Chapulte-pe- c Columbia, - Kentucky from dark until daylight. When he would doze the auto-- '' mobile would top under those aged and gnarled cypress trees and Huerta would slep. ap-2ea- lyhich this advertisement (you may get a special rate,) or send the order rs club-ibin- di-Te- ct The flower of his army has been sent against Carranza and Villa in the north. In the capital he is practically unprotected and only his mostwonderf ul power to command keeps him where he is. Men who hate him receive . their orders and obey through fear. They are afraid to attempt to shoot him or to stab him. His very look compels v. ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood "I was suffering from pa4n in my stomach, head and hack. V.riLCS XI. n T. Alston. Kaleich. js . U. "aact nn7$ liver andkidnevs did not work light. but four bottles ot Electric Bitters made me fee '"ko a new man. V MniAr rrr mi.l. unuu ?11TC fnibc auuia. mi.At. not' g.ohtj.,1 iITi Made A ?cw frlari Of Aim. f and American Fence. OVER 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 11 2-- CO- - 1 16.Eaat Matket Street Between Firsljand Brook obedience. ' ouisvijie. Ky. Anyone sending a sketch and description may quietly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention is probably Patentable- - Communications strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for secunujr patents. Patents taken through JIunn & Co. receive special notice, without charee, in the A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Ijira est circulation of any scientific Journal. Terms, S3 a year: four months, fl. Sold by all newsdealers. Designs Copyrights &c. Trade Marks In his capital General Huerta has a garrison composed of the most part by children, many of them not more than ten years old and scarcely strong enough to carry a rifle. These children are helping him hold his power. No one believes that his pow- Scientific American. Branch Office. 62S ureal Bargain The Louisville Daily Herald And the n MUNN &Co.364BroadwayNewYorR F SU Washington. D. C B ' Are You a Woman? i J. er can continue but little longer. Every one knows that he is now tottering to his fall. This morning no. one knows when or how that fall will come- if a bullet 'from his' automatic revolver, shall crush through1 his brain, or if he will abdicate. Most Prompt and Effectual for Bad Adair County News Qne Year Each mb Oardui I The Woman's Tonic FOR SALE AT ALL Surveyi rig colds. General Huerta is keeping himLand Owners Attention. ' When you have a bad cold, you want . only give relief self alive by means of strong a remedy that will not and permanent prompt but effect a fiT. C. Paulhner, is prepared to do drink. Were ittaken away from cure, a remedy that is pleasant to take your Surveying correctly. contains nothing injuhim now he would die, That is a remedy that He has thirtyrthree years rious. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets all these requirements. It acts the reportgiven but by men closexperience. Charges reaon nature's plan, relieves the lungs, est to him. sonable. Phone. 74 or aids expectoration, opens the secretions and jestores the system to.a write .. He realizes that' he is hopeless- healthy condition. This remedy has a J C. Faulkner, ly lostthat the only thing left world wide sale and use, and can al ways be depended upon. Sold by Paull Columbia, Ky. v to him is either suicide or fight. ) Drug Co' Ad. For 53.50 This offer will .hold good for only a. DRU63STS F4 Ii. ' ' H- - JO$ES , short Veterinary Surgeon and Denti&t years experience. Special attention time. If you want to keep posted in politics and current events, subscribe: ' now. Come, bring or send your subscriptions to ;" this office. " . given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded- SclooJ - building. PHONE NO: 7 x?' It r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS STOMACH TROUBLE FOR THE f Beginning of Villa's Career as an '' . Outlaw. , Obituary. . Refugee Story at Vera Cruz. Majority of FriemdY Thoagnt Mr. ;HifKes Wodd DieBut- k '0e 'Helped Pomefoyton, Ky. Him to Recovery. In interesting ad-tric- es from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows : "I was down with stomach trouble for five (5) years, and would have sick headache so bad, at times, that I thought surely I would die. I tried different treatments, but they did not seem to do me any good. I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, End all my friends, except one, thought I would die. He advised me to try Thedford's Black-Draught, and quit While we regret the 'Divorce Evil, we can't see why every couple should be left to a Kill-kenn- ey catfish. " Francisco, or Pancho, was left in s charge of the Villa ranch -- in the taking other medicines. I decided .to State of Chihuahua and with it ' ..) take his advice, although I did not have assumed the responsibility of his any confidence in it. mother and a young sister, the I have now been taking BlackrDraught FOR 1913 iatter a Mexican beauty of for three months, and it has cured me tendencies. Becoming haven't had those awful sick headaches BRIGHTER, BETTER, enamored of the ,county sheriff since I began using it. BIGGER THAN EVER ht I am so thankful for what of the city of - Chihuahua, the has done for me."--, THE REGULAR PRICE OF girl eloped with him. Forgetful Thedford's has been of the marriage ceremony the found a very valuable medicine for deTHE LOUISVILLE TIME! couple fled to the mountains. rangements of the stomach and liver. It The enraged Pancho, with an is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, IS A YEAR escort of cowboys and a priest, contains no dangerous ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely pursued the runaways. . Overused by young and old, and should be IF YOU WiLL SEND YOUR ORDEI taking them, he forced matrimokept in every family chest ny upon the unwilling sheriff, TO US, YOU CAN GET Get a package today. then handing him a shovel, com Only a quarter. to dig THE ADAIR COUNTS manded his brothef-iri-laa grave. That horrid task comwanted Suffrage, women would pleted, Pancho Bhot down the NEWS be voting inside of a year. terrified bridegroom and rolled his body into the pih Rheumatism QuicKIy cured. AND "My sisters husband had an attack The incident was lurid enough FIVE YEARS LOUISVILLi TMPC w Black-Draug- Black-Draug- ht $5.00 i-- m The wicked flee when no man pursueth. But as soon as they find that they are not being chased they haul out Holier-Tha- n Thou halos and resume business. of rheumatism in his arm," writes a well known resident of Newton, Iowa. "I gave him a bottle of Chamberlain's THE LOUISVILEE If Liniment which he applied to his arm and on the next morning the rheuma tism was gone.'i For chronic muscular rheumatism you will find nothing betthe Mothers in this country ter than Chamberlain's Liniment. Sold by PaullDrug Go. Ad. ' TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $4:50. The Daily : THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper prin ted anywhere. Has the best corps of corre pondents. Louisville And The Times News Covers the Kentucky field pe. Adair County fectly. Covers the general news fill completely. Isthe best afternoon daily paper publish- ed in Louisville. It is Democratic, but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adah Has the best and fullest msu kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics bi fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP County News both for 4.50 per year. -- and was buried the 24th, at Thurlow. His funeral was preach ed by brother Waller Pierce from the 14th chapter of John. Uncle John leaves a large family and a host'of f riend3 to mourn his loss. Uncle John was near 74 years old. Hehad always been a hearty, stout man up to a short time ago when he took pneumonia and heart trouble and they soon passed the old man over the river. Uncle John was married twice His" first wife was Miss Betty Eads, whose father --was born without ears. He was the grand father of John A. Neagles, of Camp Knox. He was left with 9 children by his first wife. His second wife was the widow of Aaron Martin, a daughter of Mr. Bryce Edwards. There was born to them 5 children,of which 3 are living. He was the grand father of 52 children and the great grand father of 8 children. Uncle John left his wife in a very good condition to live as his to startle authorities hardened to children are all grown. crime ahd lawlessness, and it t Child Cross? Peverish? Sick? was necessary for the murderer A. cross, peevish, istless child, with coated tongue, pale, doesn't sleep; eats effectually to absent himself sometimes very little, then again rafrom the justice that was soon venously; stomach sour; breath fetid; pains in stomach, with diarrhea; on his trail. With that escape grinds teeth while asleep, and starts terror all Worm began his life of bandit and ma- up with something suggest aworms, Killer that expels rauder. For fifteen years he and almost every child has them. Kickapoo Worm Killer is needed. Get roamed the Durango and Chihua- a box Start at once. You hua Sierras. Porfirio Diaz ' had won't have to coax, as Kickapoo Worm Killer is a candy confection. bid $20,000 for his head and the Expels the worms, the cause of your child's trouble. inspired rurales tracked him Paull Drug Co. 25c Recommended by Ad. hiding-placfrom hiding-plac- e 'to. The Perfect Husband. Villa himself told me much of this period. "I have One of the great Eastern newsencounters with had forty-eigthe rurales and killed thirty-seve- n papers is conducting a contest, of my enemies," said he. the prize to be awarded to the "I was wounded nine times, but one who can come nearest to denever seriously." From Pancho scribing the perfect husband. Villa, Man and Soldier," by N. It would not seem difficult to one C. Adossides, In the, American who does as follows: Hands his salary envelope inReview of Reviews for May. tact to his wife. cure for Stomach Disorder. Goes to bed every night in the Disorders of the stomach may be year at 9 o'clock. avoided by the use of Chamberlain's Gets up at 6 o'clock and goes sh' Uncle John Neagles died at his Vera Cruz, May 5. Many At the death of his father, home, near this place, the 23rd, American" refugees continue to w arrive from the capital and they bring divergent stories of the situation there. Arrangements are being made y to send a naval vessel to Puerto, Mexico, to meet a large number of refugees due there Tuesday morning. 's arrival from Mexico City report a growing undercurrent of feeling against the Huer-t-a regime and tell of a rumor of rupture between Hureta and Gen. Blanquet, minister of war. It was the latter with the crack Twenty-nint- h regiment that took the military coup which resulted in the downfall of President Francisco I. Madero. Some of the returning Americans who claim to have information from those close to Huerta, declare he is reiterating to confidants that he will never resign, but talks of the possibilities of coup against him. Several of the American business men say the foreign diplomatic representatives counseled them not to leave the capital; that there was no necessity to "do so, as there was practically no danger and the whole situation would be to-daTo-tay- to-da- y. clarified soon. e. ht TION RIGHT AWAY DENT-AJL- i Tablets. Many very remarkable cures have been Effected by these tablets. to work at seven. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad. Accepts an allowance of 60 Woodson Lewis : - OFFICE Dr. James Tripled DENTIST OVER PAULL DRUG- CO. - Greetisburg, Ky. ,t " TVEB . -- Columbia, Ky. PHONE 20. OFFICE PHONB . Always appreciates trade from Ad airland Adjoining Counties and is constantly h " of- and Indigestion caused mo great distress for two years. I triec many things for relief, but gotlittlo help, till atlast I found ii in the bast pills or medicine I ever tried fering and giving 'to ail comers, Bargains in all Lines of goods? V . v ill send Dry Goods, Clothing and Shot. - , to any point, ". by Pareels Post prepaid. . re- - Any goods not satisfactory can be turned by Parcel Post, if in seven day after sent out i t Woodson Lewis c for fractional American currency was suddenC.E. Hatfield. Guyan.W. Va. 25 CENTS PZR BOULE AT ALL DRt'GGISTS. when H. M. ly increased y Robinson, superintendent of the United States railway mail service, who has taken charge of the WELL DRILLER ing. Keep Bowel Movement Regular. post office, placed American Several members of these wanDr. King's "New Life Pills keeps I will drill wells in Adair and dering bancls have been before stomach, Itter and kidneys in healthy postage stamps on the market See me beadjoining counties. Rid. the body of poisons they must be the local courts upon grave condition. Improve your complexion and stipulated that contracting. Latest, fore and waste. charges, and should their nafa-riou- s by flushing the liver and kidnejs. "I paid for in American money. machinery of all kinds. practices be resumed, they got more relief from one box of Dr, Pump Repairing Done. . Give All parties owing me on notes or acKing's New Life Pills than any medishould be given an urgent me a Call. , saya C. E. Hatfield count please call at Gill & Waggener's leave this- part of the cine I ever tried," settle, and oblige, of Chicago.. 111. 25c Recommended store and ' YATES Frank Sinclair. country. E.Town News. , by Paull Drug Co. '.Ad. wLifePil Is cents a week from his wife for The Return of a Nuisance car fare. Serves the guests at the table With the arrival of spring and takes no part in the conver-tioweather comes the bands of wandering gypsies who pervade this Does all the carpenter work part of the country under the around the house. They Takes care of the furnace and guise of horse traders. have wintered in the south, but beats .the rugs. with the coming of spring return Takes care of the canaries and to their summer haunts. One feeds the goldfish. band consisting of about a dozen Has no opinion of any sort on wagons, go from one county any subject. court to the other, and are a Smokes one cigar a day out in source of annoyance all along the the woodshed. route they travel. The men trade Goes to the grand opera which horses, and do almost 'anything, he doesn't like, and stays away except work, while the women from shows that he does like. s, under the guise of telling Lets his wife buy all of his earn the living for the en clothing and neckties. outfit by begging or steal tire n. "for-cune- The refugees generally expressed disappointment at the lack of any indications of an advance cf the Americans on the capital. They say the be3t class of Mexicans share this view. There is speculation in official circles regarding the disposition of the customs revenues of this port, said to aggregate over a million dollars in gold a month. The Federal officers who fled inland took important papers from the custom house files and it is difficult for the American officials to clear up business in the warehouses or to ascertain the exact distributionfthat? has formerly been made of the'revenue. Mexican customs receipts are pledged in part as "security for the old national loan and the remainder was pledged by Huerta for the recent French loan. For the present all the customs receipts will be impounded to await instructions from Wash-ingtoSeveral cargoes have been unloading during the last few days and more ships are reported as cleared for this port from the United States and Europe so that the accumulated receipts will soon reach a considern. able amount. The demand to-da- - im-yrov- ed mvi-tatlon.- to . IC - I ; J ' - - . . V fcv, 4 Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEW The weather has been very cool for the past few days. Gharles Sparks was on the sick list a few days of last week. Dr. Simmons and Elmer Keen liave just completed new concrete milk houses for reasons best known to them. Our merchants have had good sales on fertilizer for the past week. n Chapman Browning, of community, was in our midst the first of the week. Our farmers are complaining of so much rain and they are getting behind with their work. Mr. Frank Dulin's residence is now connected with the outside world by telephone. Mr. Eugene Wethington spent one day last week here looking 'after his timber interest. We are glad to note that Mrs. Joel Moore, who has been sick for several weeks, is improving at this time. W. L. Fletcher spent a day or so in the Milltown community last week preparing for Circuit Court. .Messrs. Morrison & Baker, of Columbia, who have been sawing out a carload of hickory timber preparatory for the Louisville market, near this place, will get through sawing in a few days and will move their mill. Mesdames C. 0. Moss and W. M. Wilmoreand daughter were Mill-tow- Fjiiian O IO (mapf Cnpinsi jpimg uaiiutiiu $19.75 a 0 "H I.QPmArif'r o T- - if Farm t $9.95 $15.00 I I o A grand spectacle of styles is presented to our patrons in this sale of Suits and Dresses. Every Model, every Fabric, every Style worth having, is included in this great collection. Latest ideas of Fashion are faithfully and beautifully expressed in these garments. And the cne big satisfactory advantage in buying here is the great money-saving- , because of our extremely low prices. We not only save you money on the cost of your garments, but also save you the cost of alteration charge?, as we make no charge for alteration. It's to your interest to see the exceptional values we offer at $9 95 $15.00 and $19.75. " PP M M Jljl'yW Ml m lUwdi1 Ml MiiMIHBHIiMMBwMFPMIIlF 'fill "S o Spring Lace Curtains. ftggyMfMIfflf 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 f oryour dollar than you get elsewhere. You will need Curtains a .little later if not now. Why not buy now while selection is best? You will be delighted at the beauty of the patterns, the Isterl-in- g quality and with the low prices at which we offer them. At itec we show' twenty styles. You will find them unusuall attractive in design and the quality the ."best to be had at the price. You will find them a QO VUC bargain for.' The Curtains we offer for $1.50 are sure to appeal to all who want moderate price Curtains. The patterns are, not ordinary and are shown in a range sufficiently large to meet all requirements. The quality is the best ever offered for The Curtains we offer for $1.98 are un- questionably the best-'.i'quality Jandl'the richost in patterns ever offered at this price. In this line you will find English Nottingham. Mario 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 . i' ill IP iiii'l I'll I HBrHHnHSHIIkiuISH O .$1.50 .$1.98 o D Curtain Drapery in lace and Scrim in plain' White, Arab and Colors, the kind that-iused so much at the present day. Special values 1 ft '. XUL at 50c, 39c, 25c. 19c and M.J. GATHOF & Louisville, Kyi BRX). o 424 West Market St. Betveen 4th V 5th. s Uaoi FREE 4- -7 10 fe. ATM E .J mMjmm49 The above picture is a natural photujcraph of JUDAS the famous Purcheron miles Stallion. He will make the season of 1914, at my barn, one and one-haeast of Columbia, on the Sumerset road, for the sum of $10 00 to insure a living colt. lf Illustrated 3fcOa m?S &BW JYW ci -- Book DESCRIPTION: Judas is a 6 year old purcheron, a steel gray, weighs 1700 pounds and is 16i hands high. He is a perfect model and a world beater. Remember that the Auto and such like modes of conveyance have lessened the demand for saddle and harness horses. But remember that they have nothing to do with the Farm and Draft horse. Remember that every farming country in the world wants the Purcheson horse. The leading mule producing States are raising mules from the Purcheron mares. See this horse before you breed, I will gladly show you his certificate of registration and Pedigree. Judas has proven himself to be a great breeder. His foals of 1913 are the best 1 year old colts ever seen in this country and his foals of 1914 are second to none. Hcikind and well disposed. borhood. occur Money due when, colt is foaled or mare traded All care will be ' or removed from neigh- 'Homes, and How to Paint Them" taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any visiting in Columbia one day Also Color Card o! 45 different Color Combinations in mm A T this time of the year you'll need this big,illusstructive, tree book. It contains beautiful trations of attractively painted Homes, shows floor plans and gives full information how to select the right colors and how best to apply the paint. This fine book will help you save money and trouble. Tells also W. Q. McKINLEY. last week. Uncle Lewis Moore, who has been in feeble health forSsome time, we are glad tojsay that he all about is able to be on the stage of ac tion again and was in ourlmidst last Saturday looking J very well. Weunderstand near East Fork, in on the farm of one Mr. Harris, The Kind That Lasts at a house raising, there was a This old reliable paint has made good for almost half a colored man killed by a' piece of century. It is just Pure White Lead, Zinc Oxide, and falling timber- - hitting him on Also Genuine Linseed Oil, in the correct proportions, which make it the best and most economical paint to use; iiead. Your reporter has not learned the name of the colored Satisfaction Guaranteed. man or the particulars concerning the case. Ask us for booklets on Pee Gee Flatkoatt, for "Walls and Ceilings; Creostain, for Roofs; Porch Dr. James Taylor, of East Fork, and Barn Paint, Wagon and Implement Paint, T etc., or. write direct to was in our midst last Monday. CO., Incorporated, Louisville, Ky, He reports everything moving along nicely in his section with Paull Drug Company, considerable sickness. Columbia, Kentucky. Mr. J. Q. Alexander, the n dry goods man, of Absher, a sod. His name is Robmade our town one ert Frey. day last week and we are always interest-- 1 best of all to tell of our fathers glad to see John whenever he mon, which was very Mr. Ben Rich is very low with ing, Mr. Duke, of the Lone Star and mothers for he is one of the comes. that dreaded disease consumption State, held the audience almost Grissoms who never forgets any- He says he. don't dread the Dr. L. C. Nell.one of the luckevents iest men onearth,when it comes spell bound for two hours, which thing . and can tell past judgment, but dreads the sting was certainly interesting. At just as if they had happened of death. We should all be ready to finding something good to eat We certainly enjoywas passing up our little creek, the noon hour there was spread yesterday. when the Lord calls us to come v, a bountiful repast sufficient to ed his company. immediately after our recent home, where there is no pain or feed as many more as were presrains and noticed a nice lot of death ever comes. Peliyton. ent, which is characteristic of fish and he did nothing but get Abner Thomas and family, vis the good ladies of our communa fine mess of them. ited at Bluster Saturday and Sun ity. After the noon hour, our There have been quite a lot of Some of our people that live Bro, Mr. Duke addressed the farming going on in this part of day. near the creek became alarmed young men, which I wish every the county. Wheat and oats are We had a very heavy rain Monone night last week over the man of the county had been looking fine. day and Tuesday. There is lots proceeded at present. The day will long be high water and of water on the ground at this Mr. J. P. Coffey and. wife and once to seek higher ground. We remembered by every one preswriting. Mrs. America Page,, of Romine, to say, while the creek ent. are glad and Mrs. John Coffey were visFor Sale. was higher than it has been for We are glad to note that we iting at J. C. Blair's Sunday, several months, did not do any w'ere agreeably surprised to meet Limited quantity, of 'pure Kentucky Mr?. GoldaBrockman and Mrs! seriousldamage. tgrowh German Mi'lletseedSUSper our old friend and kinsman, John N. E. Blair were shopping at bushels Last Sunday was quite a good Western; seed Few Grissom, of Ipwa. who has been .dealerSjiiavetSbu&efn'German Millet day last week. town. The Baptist .Creston one day in our thirty-fou- r JasD. Shelby, this year. early in gone from this section d Mrs. Pearl Hardin, of Camp SS74t: church Swas Itanville, Ky. years, and he is still the bellsville, is visiting morning preparatory for the jthe I keep onrhandft a fall stock, of address on giving what, we are same big hearted all around good and mother at this place. "nnffina 'iiksketisl and.robes.- Iralso keep commanded to give and what is fellow, John Grissom. We were Mr. Ray Crockett and sister 'MeteUiasketsTand Steel Boxes an(j' justly our Lords. Rev. Sanders, certainly glad to shake his hand 'Mabel, and cousin, Martha Rich, two hearses, .rromp&serviceuigiiuur IUsidence Phone 39,-- office Campbellsville, filled the pul- in the flesh and hear him tell of were visiting Miss Stella Blair day. 98. ' gv, of Phone - l J. tf. Triptett, with a very interesting sub by gone days and his experiences last Saturday night and Sunday. 454 yrpit Columbia, Ky. Ad, ject on Heaven, After his ser- - since he left old Adair. And the Born, to the wife of Granville Mastic PMmT .PEASLEE-GAULBER- See what Repairs you need for your Corn Drills, Cultivators, Etc., so if we have not got them on hand, we can get them for ypu in time. see our complete line. of Corn Drills, Cultivators, Plows, Harrows, Wagons,4 Bug gies, Stoves and Ranges. Field Seeds arid Fertilizers- 4 The Jeffries Hardware Store. 9m8m8h8m8"6,Sm8"&i5m59 well-know- $$S"Qm5,9m6'i8i8"Si$3"$,& Camp-bellsvill- e, International Harvester Farm Wagons 1 The I HC Line GRAIN AND HAT BtACHINES BaJers, Reapers Headen. Mower UNTIL Uirrinm CHINES COXN MAI Sk8tr. SkreUen TILLAGE Per, Spriflj-Toct- Stackers Haj Laadus Rika, Eni'ibce CHerJ l, ten. Tickers KsJmv. Cnktnfan uJ Duk Harrava CttUiraton Maaare Spreaders Creaa Seyaratas "Motor Tracks detail, are also Tke Oaly Fifti Wheel Farm Wagiis ox the Market The International fifth wheel (patent applfta for) is worth a trip to towa to see. Because k prevents me puiung up oz pucning o? tns tront Bolster, it I means more batfaal Iifo for the waeon. amd See the Intetsatfo&l fifth wheel on uommous warons. ini-n- o posted on the latest improvements on farm wagons. Weber and Columbus wagons, built to the highest standards ia every you sae the 1914 Weber and wagons, you cannot be OgaaiGaaEitiMa 03 Traders GENERAL LINE wagon. It well-fille- . FubWitok We& and her-fattie- r .finhDrtts TkraasWs - ,SeCsBlm mmHtJwma frtdSfiaders Ese.tnewaga&s. If youwUwnt.tousf wewillseadyoucataWcues an4 iafrma'tlon aiwlt'this and ather impcavsmemts 1UUI wagons AV TV1U tiRl you waan'yoa ay ''" New Allwuiy iQd. nM m - ( . "PZi . f ,. y-- " "f "