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Myers, on Columbia avenue, Miss Mary Myers gave Carmel, in Trouble, Charged a reception in honor of the graduating class of the Columbia High School of With WrecRIess Shooting. which she is a member. JOHN JEFFRIES, THIS PLACE, VICTIM. place, two pistol shots were heard on the outside of 'the canvass, and in a few seconds it was known that John Jeffries, a young man who lives with his brother, C. G. Jeffries, had received a wound in his right hip. Young Jeffries was on the inside and was seated by the side of a young lady. As soon as the shots were fired Clyde Crenshaw, who is a deputy Last Wednesday night while a Wild West Show was exhibiting- at this - sheriff, hurried outside and arrested Josh Johnston, charging him with the shooting. He had a revolver upon his person, two chambers being empty. Jeffries was conveyed to his home, and while his wound is not considered dangerous, he is badly hurt. He says he does not know Johnston, has no recollection of ever seeing him. ig Johnston refuses to talk. Friday morning Johnston bonded in the sum of $750, and the case will go to the grand jury. On the same morning Bryan English, a young man of this placp. was arrested, charged with aiding and abeting in the shooting. He bonded in the sum of one hundred dollars. This affair should be a warning to all young men who carry pistols. John Jeffries is an excellent young man and it is hoped that he will soon .recover. Monday was the first day of the May term of the Adair circuit court, and it drew hundreds of people to Columbia. Judge Carter and Mr. A. A. HnddlesXon,' Commonwealth's Attorney, were here on time, Court conThere are twelve members in this vening about 10 o'clock. From that memorable class, all of whom are hour to 12 o'clock, Judge Carter occubright young men and women. We pied the time in instructing the grand predict for them a brilliant career in jury, delivering a strong charge, directing the jury to investigate closely life. There are Miss Myers tastily decorated the and indict all offenders. to be looked after and house in the class colors pink and matters here we trust the grand jury will be dili green. The evening was spent in. playing gent throughout Its session progressive Rook. All guests took Death of a Good Woman. part and were highly entertained. Miss Myers possesses that rare talent of making everyone feel free and easy, Mrs. Cordie Sublett, who was the thereby getting each one to throw wife'of Mr. Chester Sublett, died last himself into the spirit of the occasion. She was about twen After the game delightful refresh- Thursday night. and x years old, the end came at ments wsre served in which the color her late home, in Green county, just scheme of the class was successfully and only a short carried out. At the request of Miss over the Adair lone, Valley. She was from Cane Myers, Prof. Chesterfield Turner pre- distance of tuberculosis. The funeral sented each guest with a miniature a victim of occasion. and burial were largely attended. diploma as a ty-si- souvenir the I think all will agree with me when I refer to this occasion as one of those bright oases in ordinary life which release us from business and professional cares, and afford us opportunity to unbend and mingle in cheeaful recreation with our esteemed friends. I am sure that we all need a stilous of this sort after a season of druBfiry in the school room, at the desk or counter, in order to clear away the dust and cobwebs from our brains, to revive our social natures, and to develop the finer sentiments and feelingof humani' ty. . . The following guests were in attendance: Millinery Goods at Cost. 29-2- t. I will sell my entire stock of Milli nery Goods at Cost for Cash. Mrs. H. W. Wilson, Cane Valley, Ky. The I. X. L. and Harris' Shows ex hibited here last Wednesday after noon and evening. It is strictly a western show with many interesting and difficult features. The Program lasted two hours and every body who attended was well pleased. The riding was daring, lassoing and pistol shooting perfect, and the doings of the educated pony wonderful. The outside wire walking was better than ever before seen here. The conduct of the entire show was good, perfect order prevailing during the two exhibitions. While the night exhibition was in progress, a pistol was fired twice upon the outside, and a young man who was sitting Under the canvass was shot in the hip, but no one connected with the show is charged with the shooting. -- Death of a Well-Know- n Lady. years, died at her boarding-hous- e in Campbellsville, where she had made her home for the last two or three years. The deceased was born and reared Her remains were in Greensburg. interred in Campbellsville. She was years old, and had about eighty-on- e been a devout member of the Presbyterian Church since her early, girlhood She leaves four sisters, Mrs. .Flora Frazer being one, and also one brother. A great many friends attended the funeral and burial, and there were a number of beautiful floral offerings. The deceased had been infirm for several years, and having made preparation for the passing, Death was no sting to her. Moonshine Distillery Raided. Last Monday afternoon Miss Bettie n McCorkle, who was in Columbia, she having lived heie several well-know- in by Mr. John Coffey and family, vas destroyed by fire, together with its contents. The loss is estimated at one thousand dollars, no insurance. Mr. J. H. Pelley, who now lives in Columbia, sold this Judge T. A. Murrell, who has been property to Mr. Coffey. When the an active solicitor four or five years lire was discovered some women were for the Citizens National Life Insur- washing near the residence, and it is ance Company, has tendered his resig supposed that sparks from the wash nation, and has accepted a position as fire reached the building, with result special agent for the Mutual Benefit as above stated. Company, Hartford, Conn He will For Sale. continue to be a director in the Citizens National Life. He is a good inI have a farm of 60 rcres one and a surance solicitor and will prove a valuable man for the Mutual Benefit. half miles from Town, dwelling, good two never-failin- g There were allowed at the last Ap- barn and other springs and two good wells one ril Term of Adair Fiscal Court claims to the amount of S8303.92 of which being sulphur water, Also plenty of 4425.11 was allowed out of the Road timber to run the farm. This farm is Fund and the remainder ordered paid in a good neighborhood and located on out of General Fund. owned and. resided s; U. G. McFarland and W. A. Richardson, deputy United States Marshals, made a raid into Adair county last week. On the farm of Mrs. Thomas, wholives afew miles from Milltown, fchey found a one hundred gallon still in operation. It was being run by John K. Carter and Dennis Bell. Both men were arrested and the still destroyed. The two men were brought before T. C. Davidson, United States Commissioner, Carter confessing. Bell was tried Friday afternoon and held over. The accused failed to give bond and were conveyed to the Elizabeth-tow- n jail where they will remain until the October term of Federal court, Louisville. The Misses Rogers, of Middle Tennessee, the charming visitors of Miss Myers; Misses Grace Conover, Susan Miller, Dora Eubank, Kate' Gill, Dexter English, Loretta Dunbar, Ella Conover, Nave, Clark, King, Farley, Hyde; Messrs. Doc Walker, Edgar Diddle, Tom Patteson, George Hancock, Smith Gill, Emmett Riggins, Albia Eubank, Bryan Garnett, Edgar Reed, Ralph Hurt, Fred Hill, H. T. Baker, John Flowers, Alex Chewnine:, Fred Myers, Mr. Turner; Mesdames R. A. Top Buggy for sale as good as new. Myers, McBeatn, Barger, and W. F. Come quick for bargain. X X. Myers. 29-l- t. S. F. Eubank. Married in the Sunny South. Bishop G. M. Mathews, of the United Brethren Church, Dayton, Ohio, is Reliable information comes to this spending a few days in Columbia. Last office that Mr. W. R. Todd, son of Mr. Sunday afternoon he delivered an in and Mrs. A. G. Todd, this place, and teresting dicourse, before a large Miss Louise McGavock, a young lady audience, in the court auditorium who taught.expression in the Lindsey-Wilso- n Bishop Mathews' object in being here School, several years ago, were at this time is to advise with the commarried in Franklin, Tenn., one even- mittee who have in charge the putting ing last week. up of a house of worship in this place. Mr. Todd is a young man of excel- He goes from here to points in the lent standing and habits who has South. many friends in his home town, who Mrs. Lou W. Atkins exhibited at will be glad to give him the hand of congratulation. this office, a few days ago, a copper The bride is remembered here as a hullofalarge shell that was taken young lady possessing many noble from the battleship, Maine, when it traits of character and one who was was raised last year. It was given to to Mrs. Atkins by her brother, Mr. quite popular in the Lindsey-WilsoIt is our information that the couple George Wolford, who was one of the engineers in raising the sunken veswill reside at Middlesboro, Ky. sel. The shell will hold about two pounds of powder. It was in water Dwelling Burned. thirteen years. The cap had not exn. Last Thursday morning, at Pelly-toAdair county, the dwelling-hous- e ploded. n, Mr. G. A. Jones, a native of Jamestown, recently of Burnside, Ky., has purchased a grocery store and soda fountain and located in Campbells ville. He is a gentleman of excellent habits and standing and is a valuable acquisition to Campbellsville. He has a most excellent wife. Mr. Jones' many Columbia friends hope how well he may do at. his present location. All parties owing me on notes or account please call at Gill & Waggener's store and settle, and oblige, Frank Sinclair. Stanford road. E There were forty-si- x teachers before 28-2- t. he Board of Examiners last Friday. Mr. J. V. Dudley, Miss Fannie Mr. C. A. Hammond, of Russell .Smytheand the Superintendent are Springs, who went to Louisville sevthe examiners. The result will be re- eral weeks ago, for treatment, has returned home, very much improved, a y ported next week. statement his friends will be glad to Mr. W. R. Lyon, Campbellsville, read. He is one of the enterprising sold Mr. T. W. Taylor, last week, a citizens of Russell county. Duroc male hog for one hundred dolThe horse jockeys were all here Monlars. It was eleven months old. day and quite a number of exchanges The Board of Trustees has located were made during the day. the rock crusher on the farm of Mr. There were quite a number of mules J. S. Harris, near the mouth of Disap rock will be quaried on the market Monday and several pointment. The m changed hands. Good ones sold high, w.- -. liUUX UWW hlllfl f-r- Price $3,600. Frank Sinclair. Mr. A. W. Paxton, of near Bliss, reports that a month ago he killed a mink and afterwards found 8 little ones. He took them to his house and gave them to a cat that had young kittens. By some means the kittens were',lost but the cat mothered the minks. They are now large enough to shift for themselves and he is trying to place them on the market to save his young chickens. James Cheatham, of Amandaville, was in Columbia Monday and in conversation with a News man stated that the farmers in that section were nearly done planting and entertained the hope of a large corn crop. He reported that the firm of Brockman & Baker had a fine trade in merchandise he being a salesman in this establishment. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Stevenson have just purchased' and received, a "fine piano for their little daughter, Mary. Hyed have, been secured for the priThe Medical Meeting. mary department. With the splendid new dormitory for the boys, and improvements in the A fair audience attended the mediClose of a Successful Term, Bright girl's hall soon to take place, to say cal meeting, held at the court-housnothing of this strong faculty selected, last Thursday night, all the physicians Prospects for the Future. there is every reason to look forward in town and several who live in tha to the coming year as the very best country, being present. GOOD BYES SAID MONDAY MORNING. in the school's history. Dr. U. Laylar made the introducto,,. ry talk. The principal lecture was del'vered Trip to Todd's Cave. The closing of the Lindsey- - Wilson by Dr. Lock, of Barbourville, who i3 a. Training School extending through a learned physician, his subject being period of several days and embracing A number of pupils and teachers "How to Eradicate Consumption and recitals, debates and graduating exer- from Lindsey-Wilso- n enjoyed a visit Prevent Typhoid Fever." He spoke cises which took place Monday morn- to Todd's cave Tuesday evening. The about one hour and the close atten ing, scores one of the most prosperous young ladies had prepared an excel tion paid, showed that the audience school years in the history of Columbia. lent lunch, the excellency of which was deeply interested. The speaker The school opened last fall with an in- was tested within the cave just be- advanced many new ideas which will creased enrollment and kept up a good fore the" party started upon the exdoubtless prove beneficial to the pro- ratio of gain over any preceding year. ploring trip. Not only has advancement been There was not one happenning to iession. McChord, Dr. Lebanon, was also made in increased numbers of students, mar the pleasure of the evening and present and advanced some practical but in the good, solid work accom- all returned wishing it could be possi- thoughts plished, it has recorded its best period. ble to repeat the journey next year. Those in charge of the institution The following composed the party: Gill & Waggener will pay best; have just reasons to feel proud of the Misses Edna Chewning.Mary Chandler. market price for meat, lard the and eggs. success of the year closing and it is the Loretta Dunbar, Flora Powell, and 29-general opinion that even brighter Katie Murrell; Messrs. Guy Stevenson, years are to come the Lindsey-WilsoLuther Gadberry, Lawrence Sullivan, List of Juror. The recital in music Thursday af n Joe Harris, and Prof. Nelson. given J)y the younger pupils of The following names make up the Misses Hewett and Walker drew an apFor Sale. two Juries for this term of Court. preciative audience. GRAND JURY. The young people presented a splenG.E. Kemp,HarveyLewis,R. L.Roe. Limited quantity of pure Kentucky did program, faultlessly rendered, and fo'man, DoIaBlair.M. C. Winfrey, R. therefore, brought much credit upon grown German Millet seed S1.75 per E. Strange, G. A. Atkins, S. R.Bryant, bushel. Beware of Western seed. Few themselves and teachers. dealers have Southern German Millet J. M. Rich, A. J. Stotts, J. G. Ban The following had numbers upon the and Wyatt Feese. Jas. D. Shelby, program: Misses May Feese, Mary this year. t. Danville, Ky. STANDING JURY. Hanis, Kizzie Baker, Callie McFarW. T. Dohoney, Wallace Goode, M. land, Frances Strange, Alyce Cann, COMMENCEMENT L. Grissom, S.S. Workman, G.A. Golda English, Capitola Webb, Nell Smith, S. L. Banks, Rollin Browning". Hindman, Grace Huffaker, Bertha of J. Z. Collins, R E. Pile, S. M. Baker, Walls, Clarice Webb, Blanche Wal Columbia High School. J. w. Walker, V. G. Hovious, W. H. ker, and Allene Montgomery. Hammonds, Bert Epperson, Chapman On Friday evening Misses Katie Ho- Browning, V. T. Leftwich, Sam Algard, vocalist, and Mary Chandler, GRADUATING EXERCISES. len, J. Z. Pickett, Luther England, pianist, gave their graduation recital, Thursday evening, May 21st, at B. h Rubarts, J. B. Keltner, Walker The program was long and consisted Absher, G. E. Nell and Oscar Sinof difficult numbers, but so well were Presbyterian Church. clair. they rendered that the audience gave INVOCATION". a sigh of regret when the last selection BYSTANDERS. Vocal Duet, was given. Mannie, Kemp, W. B. Mrs. Burdett and Miss Breeding. It is not within our power to do Essay, Knowledge, Temper and Abell, Y. E. Hurt, J. H.Dulin, Has. Squires, J. justice to these young ladies but they W. Parnell. Time, Katherine Gill. displayed both talent and training of superior order and measured up to the Piano Solo, Grand Polka De Con. A Fine Address. high expectation of teacher and au cert, Grace Conover. Reading, "Chariot Race," dience. The sermon for CoSaturday evening was the time set Loretta Dunbar. lumbia Baccalaurate was High School preached at Essay, "Out of the Life of School for the general recital in music and the Christian Church Sunday morning-bexpression and as usual the house was Into the School of Life, Eld. Z. T. Williams. It was a mag filled with expectant friends and patMary Myers. nificent address and all present caught Valedictory, rons, who were not disappointed in Bryan Garnett. the inspiration of the speaker and left; the entertainment given by the young Presentation of Diplomas, the house in unanimous praise of hiq ladies of both departments. Prof. Turner. address. The advice given the graduMiss Hewett, the teacher of these ating class will, if heeded, necessarily departments, is not only competent, Died. bring successful lives to each of them. won the reputation of being a but has Its not often such a rare treat is reclose and persistent worker and as ceived by a Columbia audience. this program testified has guided her Mr. Hampton Wolford, twenty-thre- e years old, who was a son of Mr pupils to great success. and Mrs. J- - M. Wolford, Casey Creek, Columbia Sends Greetings. On Sunday morning the Baccalaure- died last Saturday morning. He was ate sermon was preached by Dr. U. G. a very exemplary young man and very Mr. Richard L. Marshall, of CampFoote, of Louisville, and it was mas- popular. His death not only brought bellsville, who has many friends in terful, appropriate and stimulating, sorrow to his parents, but to every Columbia, was married to Miss Leva his subject being, "The Triumph of body in the community. His funeral Buchanan, same city, last Thursday Love." was largely attended. He was a vic- afternoon. The ceremony was perOn Monday morning the regular tim of a postate abscess; was operated formed by Rev. A. G. Link, of the commencement exercises began at 10 upon, death following. Presbyterian Church. The bride is o'clock.. one of Taylor county's most accomplished young ladies,.popular with the The class consisted of Miss Golda Notice. entire community of Campbellsville. English and Mr. Luther C. Gadberry The groom i3 a substantial citizens, d in Academic course, Miss Katie By virtue of Execution No. 1931, is- and his Columbia friends send greetin Yocal and Miss Mary Chandsued from the office of the Clerk of the ings. ler in Music and Expression. Adair Circuit Courtldated April 18th, Miss Alma McFarland gave two inFifth Sunday Meeting. strumental solos, Miss Hogard a vocal 1914, in case of L. C. Winfrey Resolo and Miss Virginia Coffey a read- ceiver Citizens Bank against W. On May 30th and 31st at Mt. Gilead ing all of which added much to the H. Wilson for $601.79 with interest Baptist Church, in Geen county, there from September 17th, 1913, and S9.15 occasion. will be held the Fifth Sunday meetincosts and other costs, will on Monthis division of Russell Creek The subject of Miss Engl- day, June 1st, 1914, I at about one g-for Association. Programme will be anish's essay was "Sir Walter Scott" o'clock, p. m., at the Court-hous- e door, nounces next week. Every body inand was a splendid production, in Columbia, Ky., offer for sale and vited. while Mr. Gadberry handled with per- sell at public auction to the highest fect composure a strong address upon and best bidder on a credit of six Mr. J. B. Watson has removed from "Secondary Education in Kentucky." months with bond with approved se- Ella, this county, to Columbia. He, After the diplomas and certificates curity bearing interest from date re- is occupoing the Nathan Waggener were presented by Rev. J. S. Chand- quired from the purchaser with lein residence, near Graded School buildler, the commencement address was retained on the land to be sold, a lot ing. delivered by Dr. Foote, and never had of land levied on as the property of W. Farm for Sale. the pupils and the townspeople had H. Wilson lying in Town of Columbia, opportunity of listening to a more ap- Ky., and situated back of his home, propriate and practical address than land back of J. M. Russell's yard, and I will sell my farm consisting of 112 this one given in Dr. Foote's most on cne roaa to Mulligan Addition, acres, 40 acres in cultivation the rest charming manner on the subject of containing between one and two acres in timber. Dwelling and out buildings and well watered. Farm lying on "Back to the Soil." subject to a mortgage lein of 833.92 to Somerset road 10 miles from Columbia. Short talks were made by Rev. W. F. Cartwright to apply on said Call on or aedress, Chandler, Profs. . Moss and Nelson, debt. Columbia, Ky , April 23th, 2S-J. P. Conover, Craycraffc, Ky. and the program closed with a quar- 1914. S. H. Mitchell, Sheriff, tet given by Misses newett, HuffaThere will be a meeting at the ker, McFarland and Chandler. Adair County. Ky. Court housein Mr. Huffaker's room, Rev. Chandler resigns with univerSaturday the 23rd, at 3 o'clock. EvMt. J. H. Smith and Mr. J. B. Cof- ery lady sal good will and wishes of pupils and in Columbia interested in the teachers, and his son, Mr. Paul G. fey, who went to Tennessee returned decoration, of the graves of the dead, Chandler, a young man of sterling last Saturday afternoon. They bought are urged to attend Business of imworth and great ability, takes his po- near Nashville and near Lebanon, portance will be before the meeting. Tenn., eighty-siJersey cattle, shipsition for the coming year as ping the same to this coumty. They The railroad meeting was well atwith Prof. Moss. are now on Mr. Smith's farm, this side tended Monday night and much interIt is with regret that we again of Gradyville. est manifested. The President was mention Prof. Nelson's and Miss authorized to appoint a committee of Powell's going, both having accepted A three year old daughter of Mr. gentlemen, who are to go to Louis other work for the coming year. and Mrs. Lawrence Harvey, who live six Miss Hewett will again have charge in the Sparksville country, died on the ville and consult with officials of tho L. &N. of the music and expression depart- 11th of this month. ments, Miss Katie Murrell returns as Decoration at Mt. Carmel May 30. I now have a Rubber Tire Machine All old soldiers, Federal and Confedassistant in the Training School department, and the management of the that puts rubbers on to stay. Work erate are invited and the public. school feels extremely proud of the guaranteed. d Bring baskets. Good S. F. Enhanlr fact that the services of Miss Rose speeches. LINDSEY--W1LS0N e, 2t jt n. ter-noo- 27-4- Ho-gar- 2t 28-3- t. x well-fille- 29-2- t. . THE ADIR JOUNTY NEWS WSfc- from North Carolina. I also visited Long Hungry Tom Taylor, w Lattimore, May 9, 1914. The following is the program of the Fourth District ConvenEditor News: tion of the Christian Church which will convene at Co- This is to inform a waiting lumbia on Friday night, before the first Sunday in June. public that my journey to Missouri and my trip to Kentucky FRIDAY NIGHT, DISTRICT SESSION &&ve come and gone, and one of Every floor is teeming with the newest and best in 7:30 Song Service led by Luther Young the keenest delights of my life W. E. Frazee 7:45 Bible Study and Prayer hs.s been realized. 8:00 Address by the President Sub. The Problem of the Country On April 22, 1914, two imporOpen discussion following Church and How to Solve it. Stocks tip the Acme of Excellence tant historical epochs passed into 9:00 Appointment of Committees and other business history. One was the beginning RUGS, CARPETS, DRAPERIES and WALL PAPER SATURDAY MORNING BIBLE SESSION the second war with Mexico, of 9:00 Song Service led by W. H. Cundiff Vie with each other for Early Recognition and the other was my boarding W. H. Elliott 9:10 Bible Study and Prayer the train at Bogard, Mo., preThe Best news of all are our Low Prices, fixed by an 9:25 Annual Message from State Worker paring to leave fertile fields and C. W. Harrison, L. Young 10:00 The Bible School and Missions. Economical Organization, Centrally Located, yet resterling citizenship of Missouri. W. J. Clark 10:50 How to Teach Adults In due course of time I was in moved from the high rent district. Is the Organization of the Modern Bible School a Help to 11: Columbia minus my Huffaker, F. J. Barger Tobias Bible'Study but wielding a very 11:30 Roll Call of District Officers and Schools by Stale Worker Hubhuch Bros., & Wellendorff violin. Adjournment for Noon Intermition 12:15 Incorporated The first night I spent with AFTERNOON BIBLE SCHOOL and CHURCH SESSION Jessie V. White, and my appe522 and 524 West MarketlSt. :30 Song Service led by W. E. Frazee tite spread desolation, while the 1:40 Bible Study and Prayer led by J. S. Chilton For more than Thirty Years, Louisville's Leading notes of my violin caused all 1:50 Business Session: listeners to seek tall timber. On (a) Reading Minutes of last meeting by Sec. Carpet and Rug House. venturing upon streets of classic (b) Annual Report of Sec. (c) Annual report of the Churches of the District Columbia I met Pork Conover, (d) Convention Offering whom I had not seen for forty 2:30 Address, "How Nearly is Protestantism United" years. He has the same steady J. Q. Montgomery eye that flashed with valor when The Safety of the Teaching of the Christian Church on the 3: lie was a soldier boy in the sixConditions of Salvation ties, and deposed, without being of a hobo. H. W. Elliott, W. G. Montgomery sworn, that I had a face that Jim Cager thought I was the Election of officers and Reports of Committees 4: would stop a clock or turn milk shade of sockless Jerry Simpson, and Benevolent Session SATURDAY EVENING-Education- al hat sour. but a bath and a bee-gu7:30 Song Service led by J. M. Wolford Later I met sheriff Sam Mitch- placed me on the borders of reHorace Jeffries 7:45 Bible Study and Prayer ell, who invited me home for spectability. Address by J. S. Chilton, Supt. Christian Orphans Home 8: dinner, and showed the spirit of Don't forget that if Cager is 8:30 Special Address, "Christian Education", in charge of a RepAll a. Christian martyr when he saw for you, you are well fed and of the College of the Bible, Lexington, Ky. resentative provisions for four disappear heeled. SUNDAY MORNING SESSION ' Of course I can't close unless from the eyes of men. 9:30 Bible School in charge of State Worker Tken came the synonym of I call attention to kindness of Aim 200 and Offering $10. hospitality, known as Tob Hurt, Coffey boys at P, 0., and that 10:50 Communion Service conducted by C. W. Harrison who told Albert Johnson to haul of Jno. Ed Murrell. 11:15 Address bv W. H. Elliott, Sub. 'The Call of the Cum ime to his home and that of his berlands Nor can I afford to omit menbrother, Y. E. Hurt. Sunday Afternoon and Night, C. W. B. M. Session, in off, Again the genius of desolation tion of the venerable Dr. U. L. charge of Mrs. L. L. Campbell, State Sec, Lexington, Ky. feovered over his plow, but the Taylor. Eld. Z. T. Williams, Prof. famed valor of the Hurt family Tobias Huffaker and others. if A Missouri Toasi. Elbert Bede Says was exemplified, and he smiled I probably have not mentioned inroads of his larder created by name, at h of those who When honesty is your policy iby this peripatetic besom of deA New Franklin, Mo., paper extended me courtesies, but be struction. of recent date has the following you have a participating assured, one and all, I was glad Later, I wended me to classic under the above heading: "If to revisit my "Old Kentucky Gadberry, and was guest of Waall the wheat in Missouri were Some people are born fools ller Hurt, who groaned in bitter- - Home," and hope to some day one grain the only place to plant and others are educated to that mess of spirit when I conferred wander back again. it would be the Great uanon, point. lmy disastrous patronage upon No place better than Kentucky Arizona, the only hole in the Mm. One or two of the troubles and Missouri, and when they are The next morning we went to mentioned I just like the sweet earth big enough to hold it. If with this country seem to be all the corn in Missouri were one constitutional. Tabor, where were spent many singers of captive lsreal when he iappy days of my youth. Here ear the only way to shell it First the voters give the canwept by nations of imperial were spent my first school days, x would be by steamship pullers, didates an "X" next they gave Babylon. e and here I received Biblical lore extracting one grain at a time u; ,, uuii an ca. Melvin L. White. in Sunday School, and here I from the cob. If all the cattle A slight deafness is rare and heard preached the story of in Missouri were one cow, she Program. valuable accomplishments at cerwould browse the herbage of the Was a Wise Old Saying tain times. The3e thronging memories I want every The following is the program tropics, whisk the icicles off the and that is exacty what I want us to do were tinged with joy and sadto every The man who agrees FARMER who has Sheep, to investigate my work, and see if this is ness, but while I had not been for the Decoration at Bear Wal North Pole with her tail, and thing you say is not entertaining not the place for you to bring or ship your WOOL to get the bebt supply milk enough to fill a cathirty-tw- o years, and low, May 30th: there for VALUE for it.Now if you don't want your Wool Manufactured, I company. by Lucien nal reaching frGm Kansas City 9 Singing conducted while many a loved face had $ will pay you the BEST HOME MARKET PRICE, for I need every One who has never had need pound oi wool i can gee. i am crying to represent me um loamuuu crossed with the boatman pale, Burton and others. to the Gulf on which to ship the goods like our mothers used to make, in the manufacture of Blankand maD'y a familiar voice had 10 Preaching by A. Whitten. boat loads of her butter and of a friend does not know the ets, Flannels, Lincy, Jeans, Yarnes, Etc. Let me hear from your Ibeen forever stilled, I was glad cheese. If all the chickens in value of one. 11 Decoration of graves. Wool this season any way. Missouri were one rooster, he meet a few familiar faces, and to Goods shipped cheap by mail anywhere. In the graft cases the man 12 Dinner. at Colossus and crow could stand to see the new generation movFarmers Woolen Mills, "higher up" seems to be the. 13 Preaching by S. P. Sullivan. ing in united front against the until he shook the rings off the E. L. BEECE, M&r. Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. Ky." old soldier are invited. lowest of the bunch. All powers of darkness. planet Saturn. If all the hogs $ P. O. Jamestown, Every body come and bring in Missouri were one hog, he Annanias was the first man to t&WWWWWWSWQVWVl On the afternoon of the same baskets. There will could place his feet in the soil of discover that any kind of adverd day I was at Sunday School at Cuba, his fore feet on the Isthgold. It is still low water mark Smith's Chapel,' and met Bill be no stand on the ground. tising pays. NOTICE. Panama and with one mus of :Loy, "Little 01" McClister, Un-jl- e M. W. Smiley, Chairman. out this way. When a trust is ordered to disroot of his snout dig a sea level 01 McClister, Joe Gadberry J. B. Burton. canal from ocean to ocean. If We wish to inform the people When a young man falls onto solve it is very kindly given its faces. I ate and other familiar county that we are repreJ. D. Burton. his marrow bones in front of her of Adair all the mules in Missouri were choice of solution. bread with both the McClisters, Nursery, at the young woman should take a senting the Pomona one mule he could plant one foot back to Columbia with and rode Health a Factor in Success. Bowling Green. This Nursery has The fellow who gets up early tumble. on the soil of Texas, the other in of the ol.Billy Young, a friend been in business 25 years and has The largest factor contributing to a the forest of Maine, and with enough to see the sun rise on a No Appetite? 500 acres in select nursery stock, Indigestion? Can't Eat? den time. Later, I was carried man's success is undoubtedly healtn. his hind feet kick the whiskers fall day sees the glory of the A treatment of Electric Bitters in- puting out a first-claline of trees. by Bert Esperson, of Montpelier, It has been observed that a man is creases your appetite; stops indiges- Why not buy your trees that are off the man in the moon." Lord. ?to home of Larue Hurt, of same seldom sick when his bowels are regulation; you can eat everything A real already acclimated and save the conspring tonic for liver, kidney and wicinity. He tendered Kentucky r-he is never well when they are Hard luck never fusses very loss? We expect cure fOr Stomach Disorder. stipated. For constipation you will stomach troubles. Cleanses your whole experimenter's and never flinched. hospitality, de- system and you feel fine. Electric Bit- to visit every farmer within the find nothing- quite so good as ChamDisorders of the stomach may be long around, the man with a was carried to Glens berlain's Tablets. They not only move avoided by the use of Chamberlain's termination to get there anyway. ters did more for Mr. T. D. Peedle's next few weeks. See us and get Later, I stomach troubles than any medicine our prices before you buy. fork, by K. Taylor, where I was the bowelsbub improve the appetite Tablets. Many very remarkable cures 50c a daily paper that he ever tried. Get a bottle HARRIS & GARRISON, Recommended by Paull guest of that old time Southern andstrenghen the digestion. They have been effected by these tablets. We read(in and 51.00. Ad. Columbia, Kentucky. aresoldbyPaull Drug Co. Ad Ad. the world is being flooded with Drug Co. Sold by Paull Drug Go. gentleman, Matthew Taylor. six-shoote- rs, far-reachi- ng and was glad to meet a friend of bygone days. Going back to Columbia, I was assured that Jim Cager Yates had raced over most of the area of Kentucky hunting me in his auto, and had me charged up with a barrel of gasoline. Col. J. N. Coffey told me if I did not visit Jim Cager, I'd be in danger of hell fire, and as I was very anxious to see Cager, and had left Missouri partly to visit him, I spent night with Newton, and There hied me to Lebanon. of reWalter Burke, doubtable Jim Cager, met me with auto and we were soon at model home of this whole-souleKentuckian, who resembles W. J. Bryan. He lives in a palace, is a living exponent of hossitality so famed as a product of Kentucky, and has 200 acres of as fine blue-graland as can be found in the realm of Uncle Sam. According to agreement, I carried my violin, as well as my atrocious features, blighting appetite, and a wardrobe that resembled the discarded plumage son-in-law PROGRAM SPRING -- 1914. Wall and Floor Coverings d 1 ss Special Notice m Persons Who Are Behind tion Books One Year on our Subscrip- Will have to Come Under the Law, not Paid at once one-tent- The Government Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year $$ r$$$ to-da- y. Let Us Reason Together -- XCXX3, well-fille- ss - to-da- y. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Ajm ir- - Ji f "ti li li ' li J ji j h i y il i y.l .J. v.l, Jv.LA)jjj)--f- a' mJI'.j f ?A Our Best Offer The Biggest Combination Bargain of Standard Publications Ever Offered give place to more active support to, and more generous provision for them. 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The broadsmen say that they are not fit for cutting until the frost has touched them. Then they turn a ripe yellow, and the leaves fall a way. scythe is A peculiar-patterne- d and very used, very short-blade-d so as to cut as near the roots as the muddy bottom The reaped reads will admit. are then laid out in straight sheaves to dry, and when properly "seasoned" they are preferred before aught else in East Anglia for thatching ricks and cotages, and for filling land-locked lond-handle- d, of the plowing intended for corn was done May 1st. Planting is now in full- swing, with the condition favorable. Deep plowing has been practiced this year more than ever before, and favorable weather for the next few weeks will insure a large acreage of corn in a first-clas- s seed bed. "The oat acreage planned is given at 89 per cent., with 80 per cent, of it sown May 1st. "While the dark tobacco planted is only given at 79 per cent, the condition of plant beds is given at 96 per cent. The acreage planned of Burley is given at 91 per cent. There is some com plaint of insects and cutworms - ROUND THE WORLD Venice has a newspaper founded 315 years ago. Bombay has 37,932 occupied and 7.7SS unoccupied houses. Cleveland in 1913 gave nearly to charities. Since 1909 Japan has more than dbt bled its exports of toys. Panama sends about 5,000,000 cocoa-nu- ts a year to the United States., More than 12,000,000 American women are affiliated with mission work in foreign fields. X ray apparatus has been inventeci for killing the tiny parasites that eat small holes in leaf tobacco. By the addition of magnesia and an oxide an extremely elastic glass has. been brought out in France. The ameer of Afghanistan receives from the government of India an annual subsidy of abou $000,000. Since 1S57 there have been sixty disasters in the collieries of south "Wales with a total loss of life of 2,908. It is said that Chinese girls tak more interest in American life and politics than their American sisters. The population of Manchuria is variously estimated between 5,000,000 an& 19,290,000. the latter being the customs figures. New York legal aid bureau for a fee of 10 cents furnishes a lawyer to assist immigrants and poor persons in obtain$3-000,- 000 -- injuring the tobacco beds. "The pastures are in unusually good condition. The condi- tion of bluegrass is given at 93 per cent, with every promise of a large crop of bluegrass seed. Clover is given at 95 per cent., alfalfa a t 93 per cent., and orchard grass at 92 per cent. ing justice. "Women are to be admitted to the faculty of theology, the synod of the cars-to- n just decided. of Neufchatel, in Switzerland, has The new civil code has introduced Important reforms in Switzerland since? it gives both parents equal rights over their children. It is remarkable to what extent FRUITS IN ABUNDANCE. Sweden exports butter. After iron ore Is the second article of importance "Fruits of all kind have es- it the export trade. in Chinese in the Hongkong district caped destruction by freezing: have recently taken to ice cream-Theis a tremendous sale of Amerithe apple, cherry and plum crops re horse-collar- s. - Seal Paints Silver Stains Varnishes Finishes, and And they will cost you 25 less than other high grade brands. Tell us your paint needs today and we will send you our PAINT T300K free. It gives prices and other valuable information. Year For Only $i. 35 Enquirer is Subscription may be new or renewal .What theJVeekiy Kentucky Paint MFg Company, (Incorporated) 513 W. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. 0. G. OARDWICS, Pm.l J, ) B. COCKF, V, Pres,; "8 j P. r. 9 D1ETZMAN, See It Is issued every Thursday, subscription price 1.00 per year, and it is one of the best home 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 the7above combination right now. Call or mail orders to up-to-d- ? w. I . rvne mu j -- .7 rw ffb D a VH or 3UDD INCORPORATED 1889 ESTABLISHED 1361 t o. iay v 4B The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. oS3 Army and Navy. From time to time much has been said in criticism of the American army and navy. Within a few months certain congressmen have pronounced the army wholly unprepared for w ar, while one member of the House went so far as to declare the navy to be a mere plaything. In the light of recent events such criticism appears absolutely ridiculous. DEALERS-I- The English trffie harvest is indus another peculiar out-dotry that is in full swing all through December, these edible fungi being at their very best at this season of the year. Hampshire, Wiltshire, and Dorsetshire are where they are generally found; and it is said by the country people that the existence of the valuable underground fungus in their neighbor hood was first made known to their ancestors more than 100 years ago by a foreigner, who came amongst them from no one knew where, accompanied by a g couple of trained, or truffle-huntin- N ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. 1301 TEIRTeeNTft-MftlN. dogs. Good Crop Year. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS LOUTSVILLe SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Worh Prospects for bumber crops of all kinds were never better in Kentucky than this year, according to the first crop report of the are unusually promising. Pears and peaches sugared some from late frost, especially in the central portion of the State; however, we will have more than three-fourtof a pear and peach crop. The strawberries are in good condition with promise of a bountiful yield. "Ninety-fiv- e per cent, of the potato crop is planted. "Live stock of all kinds came through the winter in good condition. It is estimated that 4 per cent, of the horses died in the last twelve months, 3 per cent, of the mules and 3:7 per cent of the cattle. The loss of sheep is estimated at 6 per cent and lambs 10 per cent. The greatest loss is from hog cholera, and it is estimated that 11:3 per cent. of the the hogs of the State were lost by this disease. Some sections of the State are entirely free from this disease, while the loss runs as high a3 50 per cent, in other sections. "This report indicates that there is an unusual amount of attention being paid to live stock. The number of brood mares used is increasing and the number of mules used upon the farm is decreasing. It is also worthy of hs proximated $1,750,000,000 of imparts and $2,500,000,000 of exports. Chicago leads the largest twenty-tw- o cities In the United States in the percentage of increase in automobile accidents in the last five years. The postoftlee department of India maintains a life insurance braach, which has over 23,000 active policies, with an aggregate insurance of $10.-000,000. States in the calendar year can ice cream freezers. The foreign commerce of the United 1913- - ap- The ultra violet ray is being introduced by Paris dentists for whitening discolored teeth and sterilizing them In such a way that they are less liable to decay. season, issued by Commis- JOBBING WORK SOL.ICITRD All Kinds of Machinery Repaircd- ! sioner o f Agriculture, J. W. Newman. The report follows: "Probably never in the history The Adair County News OnejDollar a Year. b ONE DROP 07 BOURBON POULTRY CURE a more both. the army and the navy have promising outlook for 'a good keeP on 'hands a fun stock of been gradually prepared for ac- crop year' than at the beginning cumus, i;u5KtjL5, aim ruues. x a.isu Keep 'Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and tion in Mexico. This may be of this season. two hearses. Prompt service night or true, but guns and ammunition "The wheat acreage of last 'day Residence Phone 2fl, office do not constitute the army, nor fall is given at 95, and practicalPhoue 98. yr J. F. Triptett, ships the navy. The men who ly none of this was plowed up in Columbia, Ky. Ad Ninety-seve- n per shoulder guns and sails thp. ships the spring. It may be said that for weeks of the State was there note that a great deal more attention has been paid to alfalfa this spring than ever before. The amount of ground limestone used upon the clover land has greatly increased." Local Market. To-da- y. ' 1 Eggs. Hens Chickens 14 12 12 45-- 1 down a chiefs throat cures rapes, a few drops In the drinking "water cares and prevents cholera, diarrhoea, and other chick diseases. One 60c bottle mates 12 gallons of medicine all fyHHp iw SV - A'WWW4Wdruggists, ,ji vaa j eae oi ottjs CJwPJJofci' gearbon Remedy Beat JTSEii Co. tsaagtea, - t xtu.nav,iju. miu rcjes. iicujaiiti mrmpv linrk a.cui.uw to re Ynnr if it fails lieTS our ache in any Dart of the body inl XiXtoen minutes ume. . jjruggtsis. X'rlce cue, At jutcent en reqoeit. rhnlr.Wr Tplipven Titian matUra. Sore Jlns- VamsIih Ilia1.Mliii IT.Alla.ha B .. A Free sample asd dreaUr BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY, are after all the army and navy, And they have recently shown the stuff of which they are made. Whatever the- result of the activities of armed forces in Mexi- . 342 East Main St., Lexington, Ky. cent, of the original sowing was left standing May 1, The condition of this large acreage is 99 percent. This would indicate an unusually large yield of Cocks' Turkeys Geese Ducks Wool spring clipping. Hides (green) 00 6 ,10 18 15 Feathers Ginseng Beeswax Yellow Root .... 40 5 50 w co, criticism for a time at least wheat. 25 2 75 Ij will be tempered; it may even ' -! "The corn acreage planted is MayApple(per lb) In Argentina it is possible to lease not more than 49,421 acres of pubUe land and to buy directly G.17S acres of pasture land, or 494 acres of agricultural land. In Guinea there is a tree whicb vields a peculiar kind of fruit a huge fruit resembling in size a cannon bal3 and" which makes a tremendous noise when it pops. In proportion to Its weight California redwood is the strongest conifer so far tested at the United States forest products laboratory. This strength is d.ie-tits long fibers. Frightful conditions among the poor were revealed by the Dublin strike: Ifc is said that there are over 12.000 qic room tenements which house Cromi three to twelve people each. Three airship trips across the unex plored region of the island of are planned by German sciu-tis- ts to make observations to aid mou who plan to traverse It on foot It is said that the Paris Academy of Science has offered a prize of $2,000 to the person who devises a means for domesticating the heron in order to obtain aigrets without killing the birds. The nizam of Haidarabad is repateS to be the wealthiest individual ia India and one of the wealthiest persons in the world, with a personal income said to amount to $2,500,000 a year. After twelve years of experience of girl messengers in Europe, .Renter's Telegram company declare boys to be better, as girls are not at all adaptable to the work, are slower and more expensive. Out of nearly $20,000,000 spent last year in the treatment and prevention of tuberculosis in the United States; 69.3 per cent of the money was derivetl from public funds, either federal, stafe-coun- ty or municipal. Stavanger, Norway, even peasants In and fishermen use electric lights. The' engineer of the municipal electric plant has organized a class of housewives for instruction in the use of electricity heated cooking apparatus. TV. F. Passett, who has done more than any other man to make the dahlia one tff New Jersey's most extensive and fjiofitable crops, has been raising: this flower for more than seventy; years. He is now eighty-eigh. In a new hotel in Worcester, Mas.. there will be a clock set into the floor of the lobby. The dial will be.of glass one inch thick and will be.. twenty four inches In diameter. t The clock-wi- ll be run entirely by electricity ami. regulated daily by telegraph. i Tne Norwegian government nasi granted Roald Amundsen, the expjpxjg and discoverer of the south pole, 'per mission to establish a pbstoffice onboard the Fram during his coming trir through the arctic seas. This will, e , most northerly postoHce in object will be to send and its souvenirs from the unknown region through which the Fram o New-Guinet, be-ththe-world- - .4' -- ' ' ; ', -- - J- - JJLiM? :X2SEK3fK - h ( THE'ADAIK COUNT? MW8 ADAIR 1IE - day for Prescott, Ark. Miss Myrtie Neat was the fiblished Every Wednesday pleasant guest of Miss Florence BY THE - ... Rubarts last Sunday. ijfttoXountY News Company Mr. and Mrs. Owen Beard vis(Incorporated.) ited Mr. and Mrs. Caasius BreedEDITOR. CHA.S- - S. HARRIS ing, of Neatsburg last Sunday. WAR CLOUD AGAIN APPEARS. Mrs. Susie Brock, of Pellyton, Dtmocr&tic newspaper devoted to the Washington, Special from people the City of Columbia and the visited in this neighborhood last A.fljtir and adjacent counties. dated Mav 15. says: There is ev week. 1 ery indication that President as All Outdoors Invites Your f&tered at the Columbia Mr. T. C. Faulkner, of ColumWilson is preparing to serve anclass mall matter. surveying for Evans Bros, KODAK other ultimatum on Huerta, the bia, is this week. WED. MAT 20, 1914 outcome offwhich is very likely Its Summer, the outdoors are calling. Mr. J. T. Russell, of Greens-bur- There's healthy recreation for those who c to be war. was in this community answer the call, and a world of enjoyProfoundjuneasiness exists re ANNOUNCEMENT. garding the fate of Vice Consul several days of l2st week. ment in making pictures of the beauties Appeals. 3Tor Judge of Court of by which nature unfolds. Mr. E. R. Miller, of Eunice, John R. Silliman, imprisoned the Mexican Federals at Saltillo. and Miss Bessie Davenport, of Before you accept the invitation we co- We are authorized to announce convinced that Dunnville, passed this place last dially invite you to inspect our stock of tBOLLIN HURT a candidate for Judge Many officials are Monday, enroute for Columbia, all thats best from the KODAK City. of the Court of Appeals, in the Third he has beenkilled. district, subject to the action of the They are likewise concerned where they were happily marWe do Developing and Printing. Democratic voters, expressed at the surrounding ried, Tuesday morning, at home about the mystery August primary. Murray Ball the disappearance of Orderly of Eld. Z. T. Williams. The Agent Eastman Kodak Co. Columbia, Ky. News has many times Samuel Parks, of the Twenty-nint- h couple left immediately for the The Infantry, and several home of three groom, arriving called the attention of the people of this county to the importance newspaper'correspondents. at high noon. Several relatives neighborhood gathered together of securing a railroad, and it President Wilson, it is be- and friends were present to wel- and stormed Mr. Wilsons. They .could not! nowfloffer any argu-jne- lieved, is preparing to serve no- come them. The bride is a daugh- had a singing and a delightful tojsupport its position with- tice on Huerta to produce the ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim.Daven- - time. All enjoyed the music out a repetition of former decla- - missingTmen, dead or alive, with- - p0rt, the groom a son of Mr. and which was rendered by Misses xations.lbuttbe that as it may, in a certain stipulated time. Mrs, F. W. Milles. Their many Mary Van Hoy and Maude one thingjis certain, Adair couThe mediators this afternoon friends wish them a long and nty cannot develop to any returned Ito the Argentine Lega- happy life. railroad facil- tion withoutDgoing to the White Rugby. Russell Creek. ities have been secured. We Housed to see the President. It iave goodlands, health, climate, was stated at the White House Dr. H. W. Scott transacted and a splendid people, but off that the conference had been Most of our farmers are done business at Columbia last Friday. the businessmap. With railroad planned, but was later postponed. planting corn. Acy Warner and family, of Miss Effie Triplett was visitconveniences the merry hum of A conference of the American Toria, and Tom Shirley and famenterprise! would soon be heard, delegates, which had been sched- ing Miss Ray Wilson last - and conditions would change. uled with theaPresident later in fright and attended the ily visited here last week. Rev. H. T. Jessee and family This county isjtoo resourceful, to the day, also was postponed un- Morman meeting at Hutchison visited Mr. and Mrs. Granville longer wait or hope for outside til No reasons were school house. enterprise to bring the relief announced tor the delays on Mr. John R. Cundiff was vis- Estes, of Rugby, last Sunday. iting his son at Cane Valley needed. We have an opportuni-i- y these conferences. Miss Lizzie Thompson is on an now to pull together and sucIn view of the circulation of extended visit at Price's Creek. ceed, or stand apart'and fail. sensational reports that the postMrs. Sam E. Squires was called Mr. John Rossen and Mr. Niagara Falls to the bedside of her daughter, ponement of the Thompson Bell, of Red Lick, The Mexican trouble seems al- -. conference was due to a serious Mrs. Chat Dohoney, of Milltown, brought some cattle to put on jnost certain of a peaceful soluhitch, the Spanish ambassador, last week. pasture at Eli Rossen last Saturtion throughjthelrepresentatives Mr. Riano, who is acting for Mr. Rhue Squires was in Tay- day. They report good pasture jot the three South American ReMexico in theJUnited States, au lor county last week taking or scarce on East Fork. publics. Should they succeed in thorized the statement that ders for the Nashville Nursery. establishing friendly relations, it Last Sunday morning, little there was no political signifiMisses Bessie and Nina Smith, "will possibly be done by eliminatIrene Harvey, daughter of Mr. cance whatever in the delay, Elizabeth Hudson,' Messrs. Rich- and Mrs. Lawrence Harvey, died ing Huerta, and when he is no which was due solely to the late longer at the head of Mexico, the arrival of the Mexican delegates. ard Shirley, Jo Allen Thomas of paralysis brought on by stomand Woody Henderson spent Sat- ach and spinal affection. She pacification of the Rebels will urday night and Sunday with certainly follow. It will not onEdith. was buried at the family grave Misses Ruth and Ann Liz Squires yard ly be a blessing to Mexico when near Sparksville. Rev. T. Messrs. Harris & Garrison J. Campbell conducted the funwar ceases, but to the entire We are very glad to see these Western Hemisphere. Such a beautiful days. were through this part of the eral services. Irene was between cconsumation will justify and Mr. and Mrs. Mont Harmon country last week taking orders 3 and 4 years of age of a lovely popularize the Wilson "watchful and daughter, Clarice were shop- for the Bowling Green Nursery. disposition. The writer extends and waiting policy," and will ping in Columbia last Monday. John W. and Ernest Cundiff to parents bis sympathy. Mrs. G. W. Rubarts, who has demonstrate the worth of were in Creensburg on business Mrs. Bob Campbell, Who fell been very sick for the past week, last Monday. is some better. and broke her hip last fall, is Mr. James Suddarth was vis- still confined to her room. She Several from this place attendElsewhere in this issue there iting Mr. Nathan McKinley last is 74 years old. is an article giving an account of ed Field Day at L. W. T. S. last Sunday. Friday. Your scribe, James Rossen. the closing exercises in the Mr. Ulyses Harmon lost a very Rollin Blan Miss Ora Hatfield, of Neatsschool, an institution and Evin Roberts are fine colt last week from pneu- taking the examination this week that is growing more popular as burg, who has been staying with the years come and go. The Mrs. P. P. Wesley for several monia. The farmers are finishing Mr. Foree Hood has built himterm just closed has been the weeks, returned home last Satbreaking ground and some are self a very fine feed barn. The mosc successful in the history of urday. planting corn. The wet weather The school, and Profs. Chandler Misses Bessie and Irene Knif-le- y Judd brothers, of Cane Valley, has thrown us behind with our & Moss are to be congratulated. were the pleasant visitors of put it up. They are certainly work. Prospects are brighter for the their aunt, Mrs. Lena Knifley, fine carpenters. Mr. John Combest and wife, coming September opening, as a last Sunday. Breeding. three-stor- y brick dormitory xew Mr. L. T. Williams was in Co- of Ozark, were visiting their will be ready for the many boys lumbia last Saturday night and son, Malcom, last Sunday, at Mr. S. D. Barbee and J. Q. this place. who will enter. This school has Sunday. Alexander were in Breeding sevdone much for Columbia, and Mr. A. B. Cox will build him- eral days of last week. The new Christian Church at our citizens are justly proud of old Tabernacle will be dedicated self a fine barn which will add Miss Mina Breeding has been St. fourth Sunday in June. Ev- greatly to his farm. the real sick for the past week, but body attend. Misses Maude and May Brad- is much improved now. Senator W. 0. Bradley has an- ery nounced from Washington that Mrs. Valeria Campbell, who ley were visiting at Mr. J. R. The farmers are about through 3ie will not be a candidate for was confined to her bed for sev- Cundiffslast Saturday night alplanting corn now. to the United States eral days, is able to be out again. so Miss Edna Moore, of LouisMiss Lillie Janes has been visSenate. His health, he says, will Miss Patsey Roy, who has ville, and Ruth and Henry Allen iting friends and relatives at mot admit of a canvass. been in school at Columbia for Cundiff, of Cane Valley, were this place this last week. several months, returned home visiting same parties. Hon. Rollin Hurt, Democratic The Big Show reached here Misses Mary Squires, Cora .candidate for Judge of the Court last Saturday. Tuesday morning an gave an exf Appeals, made short talk at Several from, this neighbor- Shepherd, Linnie and Stora hibition to, a fair crowd in the Monday after-3KK- n. hood attended the singing at Hutchison were visiting Miss the Court-houlast Sunday iRay Wilson last Saturday night afternoon. From here it went There is no" opposition to Whites school-hous- e and the young people of the to Columbia. and reported a nice time. yr. Hurt in this county. Post-office sec-'KC- GOUHTY HEWS "'Dispatch from Washington dated May 18, says, Gen. Huerta has authorized the Mexican mediation delegates to submit his resignation, in case such a course is found necessary to a settlement in peace negotiations. Mr. S. T, Evans left last Tues- inside the package, and RgSULTS and SATISFACTION after the conteots have been used. Always ask for "Bee Dee" when you buy a stock or poultry remedy. "Bee Dee" remedies are prepared from pure, medicinal ingredients, in a scientific way, and are genuine medicines that you can depend on. "Bee Dee" on the label means REAL VALUE What "Bee Dee" Means Alter using the Bee Dee Remedies generally for sosjttuae. we take pleasure Ifl saying thi; they are giving entire satisfaction, and we cheerfully recommend them. McMfllea Stock Farm. Waco. Texas. Yon can get them Bee Dee STOCK S POULTRY MEDICINE UNTMENT TUP Bee Dee Healing Powder Bee Dee Colic Remedy your aeaiers. at P.B.6 L g, Locust Grove Stock Farm For the Season of will offer for Ball Chief 3806, A.S. H. R. 1914 I Pub-HcService, at -- $25.00 to Insure a Living Colt. is a rich red chestold, 6 hands high, nut, star and snip, right hind pastern white, 5 years has fine head and beautiful long slender tapering ears, has an extremely long thin blady neck, that comes out of his perfectly formed withers in faultless fashion and tapers perfectly to his beautiful head, in which are set a pair of large clear expressive eyes. He has a high well set natural tail, which he carries at all times to suit the most fastidious. He has a good strong short back and a most excellent set of feel and legs. 1 DESCRIPTION: BALL CHIEF, in color nt He is nicely broken and gaited, and goes all his gaits in a most attract- - lve manner. appre-ciableldegreeju- BALL CHIEF has for his sire the champion Montgomery Chief 1361, by Bourbon Chief 976, by Harrison Chief 1606, he by Clark Chief. 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900, by Red Squirrel 53, 2nd dam Juella C. by Jewell Denmark 70, he by Washington Denmark 64. 3rd. dam Dew Drop, by Artist 75. 4 th. dam by Cabell's Lexistcn. and is in every way wors He has proven himself a breeder of high-clas- thy of your careful consideration. RavenJBird 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. 1st. dam Authalia Thompson 13038, by Ottawa 232, by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd. dam Nellie Ray, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexington. 3rd dam Stella Denmark, by Caldwell's Denmark. 4 th. dam Bonnie Brown, by Nat Brown 8 . 1 Wed-nesd- ay w. Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bayjfull 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 perfec1 tion. He possesses extreme speed, style and action, and the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or handled. He has five distinct gaits; and goes them all in a most attractive manner. You will note from his breeding that he has for his sire the famous old Red Bird, who has perhaps sird as many s show and sale horses as any stallion in Kentucky, and traces on his dam's side to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all horsemen to be one of the greatest sires that ever lived. Raven Bird is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excellent breeder, and we have every reason to behigh-clas- lieve that, if he is given an opportunity he will make a imputation equal to that of his worthy sire. Service fee $ 0.00 to insure a living colt. 1 Marion. Marion is a black Jack with white points, 5 years old, 1 5 hands high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and ears. He has lots of substance, in. fact he has all of the desirable features of a Jack. He has proven himself very sure and a most excellent breeder. Service fee $ 0.00 to insure a living colt. first-cla- ss 1 prepared to take care of mares sent to me, from a distance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, or fed at $10.00. In all cases money is due and must be paid when mares are bred to other stock, traded, parted with or removed from the neighborhood. AH stock will receive my personal attention, and due care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. I am A. S. Chewning, ColumbiaKy. Lind-sey-Wils- on -- that roaming urge for that tug toward the country-sidthere's nothing like a day of e, Ford freedom. And its cost is well within your income. Get your Ford to-da- y. Te-electi- on Five hundred dollars is the7price of the Ford the touring car is five fifty; the Detroit complete town car seven fifty-f.o.with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from The Buchanan Tjjon Co., Incorporated, Campbellsville, Ky., agents for Taylor, Green andAdair counties. run-abou- t; b. E se -- - THE' ADAIR COtJNTY NEWS Wanted. 5 ' The Fact Remains r No-amount v of misrepresentation bytTi -- A good man to sell and collect for the Singer Sewing Machine Company, in Adair county. Good wages. See G. R. Holt, Campbellsville, Ky. 28-2- t. peddlers of alum baking powders, no jug4 gling with chemicalsbr pretended analysis for A Sale. or cooked-u- p certificates 6t falsehoods off stock of Groceries and Soda Foun- Good paint guarantees your house against decay, just as good insurance guarantees you against loss by fire. "Any old" paint is no more safe than "any old" insurance. You want sound insurance and any kind, can change the feet that lias been found by the Royal Baking Powder offi- tain, well located and in good condition. A bargain if you want to go in business. Frank Sinclair. 28-2- t. Hanna's Green Seal Paint If you know about paint, look at the formula on every can of Green Seal. It is the perfect formula for a smooths elastic, durable paint. FOR SALE BY cial examinations to be of the highest leavening efficiency, free from alum, and of absolute Don't fail to see our new line of Furniture which we are receiving. It will pay you to look Gill & Waggener. 28-2- purity and wholesomeness. Lime for sale. 28-t- 1.25 Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for making finest and most economical food. per barrel. J. f C. Miller. S. S. Van Hoy, Cane Valley, has two milk cows, with their first calves, for Jeffries Hardware Store, gjssg:" sale. 28-- 2t Personals. Mr. John Nichols, cashier of Casey Creek bank, was in Columbia Monday. A LIST OF CLAIMS The following is a list of claims allowed by the Adair Fiscal Court at its regular April term, 1914: Wheat & Williams furnishing paupers W H Kemp supervisor of tax books L B Hurt supervisor of tax books W-Dillingham supervisor of tax books ; P i m Mr. J. F. Shaw, a traveling man the people of Columbia are always glad to Mr. W. B. Patteson attended the funeral of MissBettie McCorkle which see, spent Sunday at this place. took place at Campbellsvil.c last Mr. Frank Jones, of Jamestown, was Tuesday. here Monday, en route to CampbellsMiss Estelle Willis, who lias been ville. teaching in Georgia, returned home Miss Nell Tarter, who has been in the first of last week. school at Bowling Green, returned Mrs. Cosby McBeath and children home the middle of last week. and Mrs. B. A. Myers, Monticello, arMr. W. E. Bradshaw, who is a Pullrived thelfirst of last week. man conductor, is here with his friends for a few days this week. C. D. Watson, Glasgow, was the Hancock Hotel Thursday. Dr. Z. T. Gabbert and Mr. George Wolford,were here from Casey Creek Mr. H. B. Sanders and his son, wereherelast Wednesr at the opening of court. day. Mr. L. E. Chelf, Knifley, was here the first of the week. Mr. Elmer Wheat and Mr. E. E. Lloyd, Jamestown, were here last Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Eice and their Wednesday night, en route to Frank- little daughter, Marjorie, visited at the fort. They are representatives of home of Mr. Brack Massie last Sau'r-daBussell before the State Board of j 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. , I $ 39 00 16 50 16 50 Junius Holt voting house A D Patteson Election Com- missoner M Cravens 3 00 14 00 t - Election Commis 10 00 14 00 at Horace Jeffries supervisor of tax books W S Sinclair supervisor of tax books Bank of Eussell Springs assignee of supervisor of tax books A Hovious furnishing pauper J P Miller & Sons furnishing sioner L C Winfrey Election Com missioner 16 50 W It Grissom medical attention t to paupers, reporting 16 50 births coffins 21 50 10 00 54 "40 16 50 J B Jones furnishing pauper , 4 00 55 50 85 93 19 50 13 00 5 00 19 50 26 00 66 50 160 25 19 52 26 32 26 A D Patteson, Sheriff, waiting on county court, &c Florinda Hardvvick reporting births 2 50 21 6 Equalization. Mr. J. T. Gowdy, of Campbellsville, was here last Thursday. Mr. Wm. Francis, Campbellsville, was here last Thursday. Mr. Hugh Eichardson, who spent two weeks in Indiana, returned to Columbia last Wednesday night. Hon. Rollin Hurt, Democratic candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, returned home Thursday, having been absent several weeks. Mrs. Luke Parks, who lives in Georgia, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J W. Morrison. Mr. Jo M. Eosenlield, who has a position at Mt. Vernon, III., arrived last Thursday, to spend a few days with his mother and sisters. Mrs. J. F. Cabell, Miami, spent last week with her sister, Mrs. W. B. Patteson. Mrs. Shelby Oatts and little son, Lewis Hogard, of Danville, are visit-- . ing Mrs. Oatts parents, Eev. and Mrs. W. F. Hogard, this place. Mr. and Mrs. D. Ward Denton, Breeding, were here for Commence- ment exercises. Mr. H. C. Sullivan, Jamestown, was on the square Monday. Mr. John McFarland, an enterprising citizen, of Eowena, Russell county, was here last Friday. He is a zealous Mason and attended a meeting of Columbia Chapter, No. 7, Fri- day night. Mr. Jo H. Smith accompanied Mr. Jt P Coffey to Tennessee. They went to buy Jersey cattle. Mr. W. E. Morgan, of near Aman-davilland Mr. Wm. Allen, Burkes-villwere.here the first day of court. e, e, pauper J A Goodin furnishing pauper W W Kirtley furnishing paup Mr. C. W. English, of Smith's Grove, Sallie Bryant reporting birtlis visited his brother, Mr. J. A. English, W H Burris furnishing paup. John Hadley furuishing paup. this place, last week. J B Burton furnishing paup. Mr. Eicra Moore, Jamestown was e Luther Fletcher keeping here Monday. e Mr. Eobert Ingram, cashier of the HB Simpson 6 mos. salary physician Eussell Springs Bank, was here MonWm Patton furnishing pauper day. Mrs,JFlora JFrazer, .who has been Jds Biall furnishing pauper with one.of her daughters in Louis- C & S Burton furnishing paup. iana, for the past eight or ten months, N E Eoach furnishing pauper reached Columbia last week, and is at G T Bryant furnishing pauper ,, Mr. W. JW Sublett & Bro. furnishing the home of her pauper B. Patteson. E A Sublett reporting births Misses Ora and Mallie Moss are J C Gose medical attention to spending the week.with friends in Copaupers lumbia. Coomer & Gowen furnishing Miss Lucile Burdette, of Lebanon, paupers is visiting Mr. and M rs. Sam Burdette. J O White reporting births Eev. S. P. Stapp reached home last J J Humphress furnishing pauper coffins Monday. Onjhis way from Georgia he Anetta Jones reporting births stopped and attended the Southern Lucy Eoach reporting births BaptistiConvention at Nashville. :Nell & McCandless furnishing Mrs. Media Eeynolds, of Oklahoma, paupers is visiting relatives in Columbia. She J F Triplett furnishing pauper is a sister of Mr. W. H. Gill. coffin Tlios. O Patteson reporting Mr. T. B. Curry, who is a substanbirtlis tial friend of the News, was here S H White reporting births Monday. Mr. Wm. Campbell, of Louisville, a Adair County News furnishing ballots and election supformer student in Lindsey-Wilsoplies spent last Sunday in Columbia. Eussell & Co. furnishing clothThe following spent Sunday aftering to prisoners, &c. noon at Griffin Springs: Mr. and Mrs. Bank of Columbia assignee, Rich Paull, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Myers, cleaning jail sewer Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Myers, Mrs. Al W I Ingram furnishing school Mjers, Alice Walker, Lealia Eogers, books, poor children Lida Eogers,, of Dickson, Tenn., Mrs. T B Cravens court stenograCosby McBeath, of Monticello, Mrs. pher Jo, N. Conover. Mrs. Eras Barger, Geo. W Pickett visiting e Grace Conover, Mary Myers, Messrs Fred Hill, Ed Diddie, Tom Patteson, Joseph Eosenbaum visiting and Doc Walker. poorhouse Walker Bryant Clerk Board of y. poor-houspoor-housson-in-law- Jeffries Hdw. Store articles furnished jail Eollin Hurt assignee, cleaning jail sewer U L Taylor salary and f umi gating lamps Strange & Corbin furnishing paupers 00 Llfa Keltner taxes wrongfully collected 00 W H Harnon furnishing paupers 00 05 00 212 45 50 services as Jailer Jo Z Conover winding court" 50 house clock JK P Conover 78 00 177 30 3 00 93 00 11 00 13 00 E Eedman Furnishing paupers o Walker Bryant Preparing and delivering ballots &c 34 Same 6 mo salary as clerk of Fiscal Court 00 Eeed & Miller Articles furnished jail 00 V A Campbell Furnishing paupers 50 W E Sanders Medical attention to paupers 74 C G Jeffries Allowance to keep Court house, Jail &c G 1914 13 00 93 06 Local Market. To-da- y. Eggs 50 00 3 75 52 00 8 75 A..- - 24 327 Hens Chickens Cocks Turkeys Geese Ducks jsr 3; 00 (p 10 450 00 516 65 52 00 16 25 18 50 125 75 19 00 7 00 1 00 1 75 L C Blair furnishing paupers B J Bolin reporting births John Grady furnishing pauper G E Turpen mending shoes for prisoners E T Kernes keeping pauper S A Taylor Eepor ting births and medical attention to pauper K M Hancock Eeportiug Dieting prisoners, waiting on county Same Amount reimbursed on acct, heating and lighting Court house, Jail &c Same spring clipping Hides (green) Feathers Wool IS 15 3jj W E Grissom Assignee Conveying 3 children to Orphan's home 5 15 G W Dillon Reporting births 7 50 Geo. Cheatham Asst Eoad 7 Ginseng Beeswax Yellow Root 110 00 May Apple(per lb) 23 25 13 00 8 60 10 00 23 00 12 00 12 00 15 00 12 50 11 50 55c: 25- - 2 75". Jamestown. The rain has delayed our farmers with their corn planting, As a result, not many have planted Mr. Wm. Faulkenburg, a travs eling salesman for Briscole Co., Knoxville, Tenn., was in our mid3t a few days this week. Miss Maud Prock and Miss, Dry-Good- births E Atkinson Eeporting births and medical attention to pauper Eubank & Son Furnishing pauper L C Nell Eeporting births S J Simmon Eeporting B 10 160 0C 12 35 12 12 5 00 21 25 10 50 births Eugene Nell Eeporting 17 n, births 137 90 39 55 6 50 52 20 15 00 3 00 3 00 16 50 4 00 97 50 Frances Moore Eeporting 1 1 births Warren Moore Furnishing pauper Tobias Huffaker Salary as Superintendent Diddle & Parson Furnishing pauper J A Diddle Furnishing Lbr to road J M Burton Furnishing pauper Z T Williams Furnishing pauper Murray Ball Winding court house clock W C 175 00 12 50 9 59 Engineer Hayden Keltner Asst Eoad 25 Engineer Virgil Hurt Asst Eoad En50 gineer J. M. McQueary Asst Eoad Engineer 00 Jo Beard Moving bridge lumber 50 J n Breeding Asst Eoad En25 gineer Milliard Corbin Asst Eoad 25 Engineer Jno Burbridge Asst Eoad En00 gineer J C Blair Asst Eoad Engi25 neer S L Banks Furnishing lum42 ber to county road A II Ballard Wiring Courthouse Gertrude Barnes were visiting ins Horse Shoe Bottom,. Saturday? and Sunday. e Mr. John Story has his completed, and has renter it to attorney Phelps, of Somerset, who is now occupying it. Hon. Robert Lloyd and Elmer-Whea- t have gone to Frankfort; on business. new-hous- 8 00 2 44 26 40 25 6 00 poor-hous- 31 08 26 00 8 33 4 00 Mr. E. B. McLean, Mr. D. E. Hatch er and his son, J. M. Hatcher, Glasgow, all traveling salesmen, were here the first of the week. Mr. H. C. Parrish, Bakerton, and Mr. J. D. Sharp, Amandaville, were here at the opening of court. Mr. M. Cravens, Stamp Deputy, was at home Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Harlin Shaw, who got badly burned by the explosion of gasoline, is improving. Mr. T. T. Hourigan, of Lebanon, and Mr. V. 0. Mess, of Greensburg, were here last Friday. The mission of the former was to inspect Columbia Chapter, No. 7, E. A. M. Miss Ollie Crockett, of Nashville, Tenn.j a former pupil in Lindsey-Wilsoarrived last Wednesday afternoon, tc be present at commencement exercises, and to visit friends. This week she will go with Miss Alva Xnight to Jamestown, where she will spend two weeks. n, Additional Locals. Supervisors J E Tutt furnishing pauper Pickett C & Howard furnishing 30 00 14 50 3 75 148 00 '8 25 1 paupers E Hutchison furnishing pauPianist, Listen! pers At E Y Hindman medical attenKing Baggot Rag. tion to paupers Wm. Hobson furnishing pau(BY G. Tvr. LOWE.) pers A real rag. a real hit. a real idea, a K" B Kelsey furnishing pauper real melody. That's all. Send for it. W G Pickett reporting birtlis Price, net 25c. per copy.. Address, Lucinda Keltner reporting G. W. Lowe, F Cartwright Eeporting births M Eussell Eeporting 150 15 00 births Hindman Eeporting births Mercer & Hindman Furnishing paupers Eose & Willis Furnishing paupers A J Combest Eeporting WS U L Taylor Eeporting births Welby Ellis 5 days services as Justice of Peace W G Shepherd 5 days service as Justice Peace F H Bryant 5 days service as Justice Peace Charlie Reece 5 days service Justice Peace W G Pickett 5 days service as Justice Peace W E Hancock 5 days service Barnett Eeporting births H Furkin Eeporting birth S L 50 15 00 15 Mr. Vernon Holt has business. returned from Stanford, where he was on Boon Wolford, who has been down with fever is out again. Mr. Shell Miller has been quite? sick with roseola, but is up again.. The examination opened up 00 15 00 15 00 15 00 15 00 15 00 15 00 $6303 92 Columbia, Ky. births Mrs. Annie Finn 75 -- reporting Machine Shop. I have purchased the W. A. Helm outfit, and am located at his former Lizzie Parsons reporting births Wilmore & Moss furnishing births 25 145 75 N H Moss Salary as Judge 75 S H Mitchell Services as births 21 00 125 00 as Justice Peace 15 75 Melvin Conover 5 days service as Justice Peace 26 00 Walker Bryant 5 days service as Clerk Fiscal Court here with 35 applicants for tificates. cer- Prof. M. H. Barnes, of RusselX Springs, was in Jamestown thes 15th. Sheriff 102 05 the Lindsey-Wilsowill not teach We pay the highest cash price. next year, and have left for their respective homes, the former to Conway, Campbellsville Manufacturing Co., Ark., the latter Cb Monticello, Ky. Campbellsville, Ky., or we will mann, shops on Bomar Heights, Columbia, nails, &c. to road Ky. I am prepared to do do all kinds W T Price voting house of work in the way of repairing ma- W H Eubank voting house chinery. I also furnish repairs, in T C Davidson voting house either brass or iron fixtures. J E Tutt voting house I am fully qualified to do all kinds Cool Springs school District of work I solicit your patronage. voting house J. M. Kearnes. Strong Hill voting house Prof. C. D. Nelson and Miss FJora James Shives voting house Wool Wanted. Powell, who were popular teachers in Jphn Young voting house 26-2- paupers same GT Herriford Judge Salary as 175 00 furnishing 48 5 00 Gordon Montgomery as Attorney Salary 175 00 Kentucky Adair County Set. I, Walker Bryant, Clerk of the Adair I don't know that I have a sajr County Court, certify that the fore in a Democratic primary, if I didi going is a complete list of all claims allowed at the Eegular April Term I would say nominate Rollin Hurt' r ! 250 00 1914. 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 Their departure was regretted by ery one connected with the school. ev- ufacture your wool as you direct. m 23-2- H K Taylor voting house Mark Wilson voting house N T Jones voting house J W Sublett & Bros, voting house E A Cooley voting house 5 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 5 00 3 00 . Superintendent James E Garnett salary as Treasurer J N Coffey Salary as Eoad Engineer Luther Wilson Furnishing paupers Hays Sneed Furnishing pau pers T A Firkin Furnishing pau pers J P & F H Coffey Furnish- L .. ing paupe'rs' ,' , -- Pearl H Harris Salary as 37 50 300 00 24 00 19 50 60 00 . V-- 96 97 for Judge of the Court of Appeals, and not only nominate' him, but elect him to that office. I am for Hurt for he is worthy Eubber Tires Put On and Guaran and qualified for the place I anx Goff Bros. teed. a Republican, but I honestlyr tf. want Hurt to.be elected,, and wilW New line of the season's latest styles vqte for mmiENovember if he, in Dress Goods are open for your in spection this week.- - Come' in and look is nominated. I believe ererwover them. man in Adair and adjoining con Gill & Waggener. fties, are from the heart for Hurt. Witness my hand this May 2, 1914. Walker Bryant, Clerk. By L. O. Taylor, D. C. -- 28-2- t. jeo 4 THE ADAIh COUNTY NEWS ft. T3jtoE$TflE$. i Kentucky Fair Dates. The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1914, as far as reported. Officers ofifairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of dates: Mt. Sterling, July 215 days. Harrodsburg, July 284 days. Berea, July29 3 days. FOR THE CHILDREN For a Washington Party. There are so many lovely things to use as decorations and souvenirs that It is a pleasure to give a "Washington birthday party.- - Games for the occasion are numerous. The "historical game" Is lots of fun. Arrange some of vance by pictures 'or articles some of the Revolutionary events. For Instance, a few carpet tacts on a package of 'tea would represent "tax on HHHHHHHilr Sensible Women Know Foundation of Health As health talks to more general, both in ad on the platform, the ire beginning: to realize women en PNEUMONIA ! left me witri a frlehtful couch and I 1 keep constantly of Caskets on hands a nice line and Coffiins, and Men and also a nice Hurse. Location over. Cumberland Grocers Co., iColnmbia, Ky. Phone 52 A. lidies Robes, J. B. Jones. Daily Courier - Journal $6.00 a Year Sunday Courier Journal - become superior to salts, cathartic pills, waters, the newspapers etc., which are entirely too violent-Wommass of women should see to it that they what the more have at least one the ultivated have always known, that bowels each day, and movement of any when ood health cannot be found in a powder tendency to constipation showing take should jox. The externals of health may be Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin obtained in that way, but the basis of small xfose proscribed. A brief in the 'lealth lies deeper, and yet is just as it will so train the stomach and use of bowel easily obtained. muscles that all forms of medicine can The most important thing that a be' dispensed with. These opinions are woman can do for herself, and about voiced by thousands of women, after which she is often most neglectful, is personal experience, among them Miss V. to watch tho condition of her stomach L. Moore, 32 Claiborne St., Nashville, tea." and bowels. The weary eyes, the bad Tenn., and Florence Cook, Lucas, Ky. A tea table arranged with cups of breath, the frequent headaches, the Anyone wishing, to make a. pimples, the general of this tea and a sign, "This Tea Came From nine times out of ten air of lassitude is remedy before buying it In trial regular the the result of con- way of a druggist days. Taylorsville, Aug. at fifty cents or one Boston," would stand for "the Boston stipation or indigestion, or both. Many simple remedies can be obtained, but dollar a large bottle (family size) can tea party." have a days. the best in the estimation of most free of sample bottle sent to the home Mt. Vernon, Aug. A picture of Washington's head cut women is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. "W. B. charge by simply addressing Dr. Caldwell. 405 Washington St, in quarters and pasted on paper would It Is mild, pleasant to the taste and Monticello, 111. Your name and address days. Leitchfield, Aug. exactly suited to her needs. It is far on a postal card will do. be "Washington's headquarters." 3 days. A card bearing a picture of a solPerry ville, Aug.-1- 2 dier's bunk, a letter "It" and "H" lying Vanceburg, Aug. 12 4 days. in bed ill would stand for Bunker hill. Your imagination can help you work We would be pleased to send the Daily State Journal until April last out many events of the Revolutionary times, and for the one guessing the Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from for $1.25. If you want to keep in Columbia, Auust;i8 4 days. most correct answers you give a toy now until the first of April for 50 cents. in touch with the doings at Frankdays. cherry tree box filled with candy. Hardinsburg, Aug. Another good game is to give in or- Or better still we will furnish the fort while the Legislature is in session, Shepherdsville, Aug. der the dates of the battles fought in Adair County News, one year and the you should have the State Journal. Washington's time. The prize for the days. best answers can be a toy hatchet. At the table make each sing a patriotic days. Stanford, Aug. song, awarding a flag as souvenir to the best singer. 19 4 Lawrenceburg, Birdseve view ot our Plant Candy cherries hidden about the L,.:fIj,yj3ffW"-g.'-Vv.. room create lots of fun. The object Is Vs rdays. to hunt for them and gather them in. Elizabethtown, The one who finds the most wins a prize. verv weak. T had snails when I could hardlv breathe or SDeak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, out I was completely curea dv New Discovery Mrs. 50c AND DR. KINC'S J. E. $1.00 AT ALL Cox, Joliet, HI. DRUGGISTS. 114 43 53 C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY 183 184 Special Attnetin to Eyes 193 Aug. Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION-NE- -- AR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE, STREET. Aug. 253 4 days. ON BttRKSVlLLE days. 4P5,"'a "'T $2.00 a Year Best Natioual News t t Grayson, Aug.i29 Shelbyville, Aug. 263 days. Frankfort, Sept. 14 days. State News Local News Alexandria, bept. 1 5 days. days. Barboursville, Sept. Tompkinsville, Sept. Hodgensville, Scotts ville, Sept. ville, Sept. 23 24 days. Sept. 83 days. 103 days. Louis- Washington's Maxims. Here are a few rules which were lived up to by George Washington: "Labor to keep alive in your breast that little spark of celestial fire called conscience." "A good character is the first essential In man." "Speak .not ill of the absent It la Joseph CJ H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Will practice m this and adjoining counties. : unjust" Jamstown, Kentucky Market Reports it Foreign News Political News of Kentucky State Fair, 146 days. n Everything Horse Cave, Sept. 23 4 days. Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, for Everybody Washington's Accuracy. All schoolboys know something of O O Are you interested in what IS Most Prompt and Effectual for Dad Washington's adventures as a surveyor when he measured the great estates of taking place day by day all over Lord Fairfax, but perhaps few are colds. aware of the painstaking accuracy the world ? If you are you NEED When you have a bad cold you want with, which he did his work. Many a remedy that wilt not only give relief years afterward it was found that the THE COURIER-JOURNAbut effect a prompt and permanent surveys made by Washington when a cure, a remedy land measurewere take If there is an agent in your a remedy that that is pleasant to inju- youth of thatthe only the country In part of ments contains nothing town give him a trial order one rious. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy colonial days that could be depended acts upon. Even after his death Washingmeets all these requirements. month Daily 50 cents, with Sun- on nature's plan, relieves the It lungs, ton's surveys passed unquestioned among lawyers. aids expectoration, opens the secreday 75 cents. mm L. 295 days. Glasgow, Sept. 304 days. Sept "To persevere is one's duty, and to be silent is the best answer to cal umny." "Commerce and industry are best mines of a nation." "Associate with men of good quality if you esteem your own reputation." "It is better to be alone than in bad company." "I never wish to promise more than I have a moral certainty of performing." fLargest in Dixie" G P. SMYTHE for W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated fIRE INSURANCE Louisville, Kentucky. Y and REAL ESTATE WHOLESALE Windows, JDoors, Blinds, Mouldings, EVERYTHING IN Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog tions and restores the system to a Washington's Birthday. This, remedy has a IftherB is no agent in your healthy condition. and use, and can al Washington's birth is recorded In world wide sale the family Bible as having taken ways be depended upon. Sold by Paull place on "ye 11th day of February, town give order to the paper in Drug Co Ad. 1732." This was before the adoption which this advertisement apof the modern calendar by England, and this day was observed by Washpears (you may get a special clubLongest Cannon. ington as his birthday until his twentieth year. The first known public bing rate,) or send the order dicelebration of Washington's birthday The longest cannon i n the was on Feb. 11. 17S4. The old style rect to the Courier-Journa- l. was world has a diameter of 28 in., date was still adhered to. This presiduring the lifetime of the 6rst WEEKLY COUIER-JOUR-2Td was built three centuries ago, dent and completed his AL Gfty-secon- HOOFING Also Elwood m M Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. and American Fence. SVlade A Wow 5Tian Of 'Aim. Ii was suffering from pain in rr ' K stomach, head awl back."' arrits K ! T. Alston, Raleigh, N. O.'aad il livpr and kidney did not work right, j but four bottle-- , ot Electric iitte made me fee? '""ke a new man." -I PRICE 5C CIS. i ALL DRUG STORES ,- ---. VlvWTHKnpVj .iJMVM'U OVER 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 112-11- has been discontinued, tout FARM AND FAMILY, a This unwieldy piece of artilmost excellent illustrated monthly lery now decorates the ruins of .magazine, is a worthy successor. an ancient fortress at Tanjore, The price is only 25 cents a year. India. It is made of wrought Ask for a sample copy. ' iron and was built by the Dutch Courier-Journ- al for the use of a native rajah in Company defending his capital against the INCORPORATED attacks of some neighboring Louisville, Ky. tribe. The big gun, however, was '.Residence Phone13 B Business Pho e 13 P never fired; and indeed never 1DR. N. MURRELL could have been without disastrous results, because of the iDENTIST crudity of its construction. The tDfSce, Front rooms in Jeffries BTcJ'g wise rajah had a neat little three-inc- h cannon mounted alongside, up Stairs. and this he would fire into the Columbia, Kentucky enemy's ranks with telling effectiveness. The big gun did its work without firing a shot. but has never fired a shot. year. CO- - Mother Carey's Chickens. Above is the name given by sailors to the stormy petrel, a small sea bird, the appearance of which is an unfailing sign of rough weather. The expression Mother Carey is said to be a corruption of mater cara, dear mother, a phrase used by Italian sailors in speaking of the mother of Christ, patroness of seafaring men, to Indicate their thankfulness to her for sending these, her chickens, to warn them of bad weather. Washington's Youth. Washington's proudest youthful possessions were a pony and a whip top. He was taught to ride the pony by Uncle Ben, one of his father's slaves, and on this humble animal he acquired that seat on the saddle that carried him through the dangers of two wars. The whip top probably was a toy imported from England. Even In the mother country toys were few and crude in those days. 6 Eaa! Matkel Street Between Firsthand Brook ouisv55ie. Ky quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention ts probably pitentablc. Communications strictly conBdentUJ. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest apency for secumiir patents. Patents tafeen thronch Jlunn & to. recelTC tpteial notice, without charce, in the Anyone sending a sketch and description may SHF Designs Copyrights &c. Trade Marks handsomely illustrated weekly. larsest circulation of any gcientinc Journal- - Terms. TS n year: four months, 1. Sold byall newsdealers. A MUNN&Co.364Bfoadwa5f-KewYork Scientific Branch Office. 25 Jhtttfcan. F EU Wasblagioc D-- C v. j-u' -- j ,,.u-- - j-fl. ms t i J. The Louisville DailyJHerald And the k l5 You a Women f teacher said to a boy considered dull in mathematics: "You should be ashamed of yourself. Why, at your age George Washington was a surA A Boy's Witty Remark. Adair County News K J no One Year Each 5 S is Woman's Tonle i FOB SALS AT . BMSSISTS tirveyiti Coughed for Three Yours. veyor." "Yes, sir," was 'the response, "and at your age he was president of the United States." godsend to humanity and science. Your medicine, Land Owners Attention. Dr. King's iSTew Discovery, cured my yearr standing," says !F. C. Faulhner, is prepared to do coughjof three Jennie 3Tlemming,of New Dover Ohio. your Surveying correctly. Have you an annoying cough? Is it vrutv, He has thirty-thre- e years experience. Charges rea- - i. - ,T?s 'mam, II li at &i. J JLJIJ iiTI1 If &.?' MT' QmJM Si-- & lOnablePhoneor. voice and featuresl&' mattewwgubbmojjjjchronic us in is i?VVVt 'T. &uaflt.sto?su"g)fanda RXaES'All ofofdifferentglassfind set, Jet in ou'll' '&& threat and lunr txonlteJ'gRaliaf. or. firfwuze may see in tin . Tho Oldest Flower. The rose is the oldest flower of which there is any record. So great Is the antiquity of the rose that all account of its origin has been- lost. In Egypt tho rose is depicted on a number of monuments believed to date stubborn anu won't yiele to treatment? !rom 3.000 to 3,500 B. C. Get a 50c bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery What it did for JenRiddle and Answjer. We are little airy creatures, nie Flemmingr it will do for you, no - "I am a lover of your For S3 50 - I Ml r Veterlnony Sufgcon and Dentist years experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental Office - to-da- y. - F WKV3i One., &TKS? Faulkner. ' i " IK twV, 'JR.?1; oicmbja, . . - " W moDT.back. M " w SOc &nd-$1.0- K ' J jnewJtd by Paull Drag1 Co'. ' Ad; - i 'U. (JAwnw. If WtayKttf&ohoUld. pursue It ea iver fly frora you. And; the fourth a box within. I , Twelt This offer will hold good. for only a short time. If you want to keep posted in politics and current events, subscribe now. '. .Come, bring or send your subscriptions to this office. A. work. at residence near Graded School f building. r)HQNE NO;72T ?W ef la'gu ffc.. . TJ3E ADAIR COUNTY NEWS- - Urn- - will X&2L3LX You Need a Tonic i There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking THE Rugby. Irvin's More. Mr. Buck Sparks, of East Pork, that was sufficient for that Iaafc' hour that must come to all of ua some time. And as we stood there watch , LOU IS VI LL TIMES FOR 1913 BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF transacted busines here last week John Rossen, of Red Lick, visited T. J. Rossen last Wednesday. Evin Looy passed through here lastjgeek with a nice bunch of catg Cardui The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy Spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. THE LOUISVILLE TIME! IS $5.00 A YEAR The, writer has one of the best mare mule colts in this section. It is 3 feet 7 inches high. Uncle Ezekiel Rowe got severely shaken up last week in a wreck going down the Lacy hill. Aunt Ally Rice, of color, who has been very sick with the fever, is some better. Your Scribe has been confined to bis bed with a lame hip and leg for two weeks, hence no report from here, but the time has been made to seem shorter and suffering less acute, by the company of some of our good Masonic brothers. Truly it is good to have friends. The heavy rains of the last few days have done much damage to corn planted, and retarded farmers another week. Wheat, oats and grass are looking well. W. R. McBeath who has been sick for a long time, still remains in a very pitiful condition. ing her pass under the shadow of the clouds of the Valleyo Death, her precious lips murmur ed broken words through theclosing door which shuts out one world and opens to another. She was gone on her journey to that Bourne from whence no traveler ever returns. O wonderful mystery of Life, Even greater mystery of Death. How little humanity knows of either. Of the future I do not know. "When - matter and mind are perished and lost, IP YOU WiLL SEND YOUR ORDES I CI Has Helped Thousands. iw) tai i xxxxx TO US, YOU CAN GET I fttl &! ! IS THE ADAIR COUNT! NEWS AND Presence of mind"is a rare possession. Very few people have it in emergencies, when it is most needed. A Bowling Green boy had it the other day when put to a severe test. He was riding a bicycle along the street and failed to notice the approach of an automobile until it was too late to avoid a collision. Realiz-- J ing that it was time for action, he leaped into the automobile, just in the nick of time. His bicycle was broken into pieces, but the boy was not injured at all. It was a close call, and but for the fact that he did not lose his head in the moment of danger, he probably would not be Presence of mind alive is a good thing to cultivate. to-da- C. A. Hammond, of Russell We had a hard rain last Monday night. The creeks were high. Springs, was here Monday on They tore out some water gates his way to Louisville for treatment. M. W. Cooper of the and fencing. Little Irene Harvey has been same place was with him. We at the point of death for several hope he will come back much imdays with a complication of dis- proved in health. A. W. Gadberry, of Catherine, eases. was here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs .v Alva Harvey and London Meece and family visMr. John Preston, of Sparksville, have been at the bedside of their ited Jacob A. Meece, last Sungrand daughter, Nina Harvey, day. And all that we see into chaos is tossed, From nothing to nothing we pass oufc alone, a flash or an echo, unknown, unLike known. THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR y for several days. Evin Roberts, of the L. W. T. S., was at home last Saturday and Sunday. MacGabbert, the Raleigh man, of Barren county, is at home this week. He reports business good. Uncle Levi Butcher of Eli, was here yesterday. He is 85 years old, and is remarkably well preserved for his age. He is well FOR ONLY $4.50. The Daily THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper prin- Walter Harvey, the photographer, of this place, spent last Wednesday in the Weed neighborhood. Louisville And The Times News ted anywhere. Has the best corps of corr pondents. Covers the Kentucky field ps. I The writer has put up a new yard fence that has improved the looks of his dwelling. T. J. Rossen came near losing a valuable Jersey cow this week from poisoning. Uncle Billy Collins, who has been in feeble health for a good while, died last Saturday from the drugs of the lagrippe and old age. ne was some wnere m eighty and a devout Christian and a man liked by all. He was Rev. H. T. Jessee conducted the funeral services. informed and an interesting talker, who never loses an opportunity to advise the younger people, and has certainly set a good example through his long and quiet life. May he see many more happy days. Mr. Herschel Dunbar run out of gasoline for his mill but customers were waiting for their meal, so he just substituted coal oil, and finished grinding. Keep Bowel Movement Regular. No words come3 back: but there is within us something that tells us, this i3 not all. To my mind the only reasonable hope regarding the future is that each one will find a place according to his loves. If so, I ahall be content. I will be glad; if, when my time comes to cross to the unknown, I shall find a pJace where my sainted mother is. She needs no Epitaph; for when the glorious summer comes, the grass shall grow green, and blossoms bloom about her grave; and although her lips will be hushed in death; yet the tender blades and perfume of flower will say beneath her sleep, dear mother, who was always kind and noble and true. L. D. Hammond, M. D. Rheumatism QuicKIy cured. "My sister's husband had an attack of rheumatism in his arsa " writes a. well known resident of Newton, Iowa. Adair County fectly. Covers the general news fisl 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 County News both for 4.50 per year. Has the best and fullest mi; kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics bi buried at the family grave yard Dr. King's New Life Pills keeps stomach, liver and kidneys in healthy condition. Rid the body of poisons and waste. Improve your complexion by flushing the liver and kidneys. "I got more relief from one box of Dr, King's New Life Pills than any medicine I ever tried," says C. E. Hatfield of Chicago 111. 25c Recommended by Paull Drug Co. Ad. The Passing of a Good Woman. 'I gave him a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment which he applied to his arm and on the next morning the rheumatism was gone." Eorchronic muscular rheumatism you will find nothing better than Chamberlain's Liniment.. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad. Obituary. fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP AWAY HON RIGHT Woodson Lewi Greensburg, Ky. Always appreciates trade from Adainand Adjoining Counties and is constantly of- DENTAL OmCE Dr. James Triplet! jdehsttist OVER PAXJT..T., DRUG- CO. - Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 20. OFFICE PHONE 0HBMMII.lJWi'IM,.Ml.l'IMt HHWftimH II ill III ' fering and giving to ail comers, Bargains in all Lines of goods J1I send Dry Goods, Clothing andjSho fgaaMWL. 'nun and Indigestion caused wo great distress 2 fer two years. 1 triet many things for H rplipf. hnt frnfclitt!n hnln. till.it Inst I found it ia the bast pills or nwdicino I ever tried a ft?iri'rrwiiiiiMiiiwwLauunLi.'jtroniBTjujiiLii ft 9 to any point, by Pareels Post prepaid.re- - Any goods not satisfactory can be f turned by Parcel Post, if in seven days after sent out Woodson Lewis -- v although we could not see f gaze on the strange piece of Then I 25 "long green," and after all of them, nor hear the flutter of their wings, I knew the angels them had satisfied their curiosihad been there to release her ty, the bill was taken to the bank the anguish of the disease WELL DRILLER and broken up into a sufficient from had sapped her life. which of bills of smaller denomnumber Kind nature had administered I will drill wells in Adair and ination to pay the old home pa- the anesthetic of physical insen- adjoining counties. See me beper its due. The editor in mak- fsibiiity. Those mortal eyes were fore contracting. Latest ing mention of the incident says: oblivious to scenes about her. machinery of all kinds. mortal ears were stopped, "The Recorder is nearly thirty-nin- e Those Pump Repairing Done. Give but the spirit still lingered in the years old, and that is the me a Call. frail tenement of clay. Where first time that a $100 bill ever in it was wandering I knew not, all. Amen. C. YATES vaded its sanctum.J it but I do know that she had faith I lewlife Pills C. E. Hatfield. Gnyaa, W. Va. CENTS PER BOTTLE A7 ALL DRUGGISTS. We bad a hail storm here last On Sunday, April, 19, 1914, the Thursday night but it did little death angel passed along, and damage. and we now know the loss of the dearest mother who ever lived. Child Cross? Feverish? Sick? She had been a sufferer from A cross, peevishj listless child, with that dread disease cancer of the coated tongue, pale, doesn'bsleep; eats face for two years. It was our sometimes very little, then again ravenously; stomach sour; breath fetid; good fortune to be able to be pains in stomach, with diarrhea; with her the last month constantgrinds teeth while asleep, and starts up with terror all suggest a Worm ly, all of which time her death Killer something that expels worms, was not unexpected, and it is and almost every child has them. hard to comprehend just why a Kickapoo Worm Killer is needed. Get a box Start at once. You long and noble life should have to coax, as Kickapoo to end with so much suffering, won't have Worrn Killer is a candy confection. Expels the worms, the cause of your but even so it is. child's trouble. 23c. Recommended by She bore her suffering patientAd. Paull Drug Co. ly and bravely, saying she was ready to make the voyage, until A man went into the office of the grim messenger said; come, Burlington Recorder the oth- on that cold, gray morning when the er day to renew his subscription nature seemed to be in sympaand presented a $100 bill. The thy with the sorrowful scene beentire office force quit work to fore us. to-da- y. In memory of sister Lee, the wife of James Antie and the daughter of J. J. Turner, was born Sept., 10, 1875 and died at New Albany, Ind., Apr., 6 1914. She was converted and joined the United Brethren church at the old home church, Oak Grove, in her 14th year. She was married to Jame3 An tie Nov., 23, 1891. She was the mother of 8 children. A few years ago they got their house and all its contents burned up, but that was not the worse of it, one of their little girls was burned up in the house. This gave the mother such a shock she never did fully recovered from it. Her health began to fail and finally died with consumption. She died in full faith in her Savior, She leaves behind a husband, several children, father, brothers and one sister to mourn but not as those that have no hope. Good-by- e sister Lee for awhile for you was always one of my pets. Now friends look to your blessed Savior for comfort He will be with you unto the end. God bleaa., Thomas, Hadley. ! V im-yrov- ed , J. . .4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS U. Gradyville. -- Mr. Cleve Coomer, of New spent a few days of understand there are plenty of Hillsboro, May 11, 1914. Hist week with relatives and them too. friends here. Editor News: Cane Valley. I am living one and one-ha- lf Gilford Hamilton, of Nell, was miles northeast of Hillsboro. vsith us last Friday. Our people see from The News This is a pretty country. Corn The weather has been remark ably cool for the last of May for that the railroad project has is looking fine, and is kneehiglf1 taken a fresh start and new in- has been plowed the second tftnSel &he past few days. being developed. We Oats are about ready to cut. .Quite a number of our citizens terest is proceedings, Cotton is large enough to chop. attended court at Columbia last are watching the I left my home in Kentucky, hoping that a plan that will meet Monday. the approbation of all the people Sept , the 25th, 1913, and reJ. A. Wheeler and James will be devised. If you get a turned to Texas after a short of Sparksville, were in cur road to Columbia all parts of the visit. I like Texas fine, and exxmidst one day the first of last county will be benefitted, and ev- pect to make the Lone Star State "week. ery enterprising man should do my .future home. Diddle & Parson are receiving his might to secure quicker transA. B. Wheeler from McGregor, wheat this portation to these parts. If we Texas, visited your is. carload of corn and writer a few week. could get a road, lands, stock, in weeks ago. He gives McClellan J. Q. Diddle is buying this fact, every thing the farmer county a good name. I expect week several walnut trees in raises would have a market, at we will have pike roads to travel ichis section. He expects to get advanced prices. Besides our over before long. We have been out a car load of walnut timber population would increase, and having lots of rain. We had a during the summer season. the hum of industry would be hail storm here the 7th, which Mr. Robert 0. Keltner was on heard throughout the county. did a lot of damage. sShe sick list a few days cf last I have struck hands with sev Mr. C. A. Wilson, one of our week. oldest citizens, has been in de eral of my Kentucky friends J. A. Diddle spent a day or so clining health for sometime, but since I came to Texas. As this tin Green county last week mo- he is able to be about, and his is my first letter to the News, ving a saw mill for J. W. Eng- friends hope that he may regain and so badly gotten up, I will not write any more this time. land & Co. his health. Respectfully, 'Several from this place attend-"3- d Mr. Duke, the layman, and Sykes Wheeler, Jr. the show at Columbia one day owner of twenty-seve- n nickel Jfeet week. They report a good stores in Texas, was here last From Indiana. stime with a very good show. week and made a talk to a fair Strong Hill spent one day last audience. Mr. Duke started out Knox, May, 14, '14. reek looking after his affairs in a poor man, but after he became Editor News: converted to Christianity, he Careen county. As I am from Kentucky and a Misses Ora and Mallie Moss promised the Lord that if He reader of The News, 1 will at.spent a few days of last week in would prosper him, cause him to tempt to write a short letterafor fGGlumbia visiting their friends make one hundred thousand dol- publication, if you will allow lars, that thereafter he would space for it. .and relatives. I am located on a farm three Mrs. J. D. Walker, of Colum give his earnings to the spread miles west of Knox, the capital &ia, spent a few days in our city of the gospel. He reached the of Stark county, and one mile with relatives and friends last one hundred thousand dollar north of Rye, a station on the C. mark and since that time he has S. & 3. Rail Road. Stark county 57eek. been giving his profits to mission is noted for raising vegetables, Will Diddle was at Greens-Sknr- g work. For some time he has onions and Irish potatoes. I last Thursday on business. been giving one hundred dollars have twelve acres plantedin on Mr. J. H. Smith, one of our per day. He is evidently a god- ions this time, i nave begun J&est farmers and business men, ly man and his work is known wheel hoeing them. They are s in .the community of Columbia looking fine at present. There throughout the United States. Tenn.j .this week looking after, is a large crop of them planted as we understand, Jersey milch Time changes all things, and here this spring and there will the once active men of Cane Valoeattle. Mr, Smith has sold sevley into retirement. be a large crop of potatoespIant-e- d eral car loads of milch stock in A have goneago if the weather stays favorable few years ihis community during the past and Mr. A. H. Mr. Sam Banks Some farmers have fifty and one Judd were active ;year and the demand is good hundred acres of onions. My mow for good ones. We hope he in business here, but age has crop is just a little side show. wiil 'be successful in finding a forced them to give way for The general ayerage of onions younger men. While they have 'car load of the best Jerseys in of a good season is aboutjfive that section and when he returns the best interest of Cane Valley hundred bushel per acre.SThe ofiie can supply the demands of all at heart, they are not seen so soil is a rich blacklmuck. There our people with exactly what ten in the busy walks of life but they rejoice in evey enterprise is some sand land here. It does Ahey need. that is sprung to benefit the not produce well.Lots of cuOur merchants, for the last town. After awhile they will be cumbers are raised here. ifew days have had plenty of Well, Knox is a busy little called from the sight of man to with them. All commercial men rest with the just in the celes- town with a population of about departments have been repre3,500. There are two rail Roads tial home. sented. running through it, The Chicago Mr. Rufus Baily, who lives just "Mrs. W. R. Flowers was on & St. Louis and the C. I. & S. Valley, list a few days of last a few miles from Cane tfcheick It is 60 miles from Chicago and has been in a critical condition veek. 40 miles from Michigan City. It for the past ten days. He is nas two large grain elevators, .J. R. Tutt Jr. and Austin eighty-od- d years old, and has flouring mill, two canning and were initiated into the first from his youth enjoyed the reppickle factories, one creamery, degree of the Masonic Fraterniutation of being a good citizen. ty in Grady ville Lodge No., 250 Should he be called-- from labor one steam laundry, one electric light plant, water works and SV&A. M., on last Saturday here below, the world would be might. three large cold storage houses, made poorer. several churches and two good The nice weather that we had The Sunday School at this schools. iast week certainly got a hustle place is in a prosperous condiWell, 1 had better ring off for on our farmers and the corn is The old as well as the this time. I will close tion. with three ;about all planted in this section young attend, all being interest- cheers and a tiger for Beckham ran3"2cme few have plowed over ed in the study of the scriptures. and Hurt. Wish I could be there .some of their crop, and we must sav here, there never was in the A great deal of corn was plant at the August primary to vote anempry of our people, such a ed last week, a few farmers fin- for them both. But if the Demfor crops of wheat, ishing. Wheat in this section is ocrats of Kentucky and of the .oats snd grass as there is now at looking fine, and if rust does not Third Appellate District will do hU articular time, and never interfere there will be a bounti- their duty, both of the above Only a small per cent. , named gentlmen will be elected. before was there a time that the ful crop. people needed it worse than at of the fruit was killed by the So, if I see this in print, I will ibis time, and we are glad to late cold spell, and the indica- try and write something more .mention, notwithstanding the tions now point to plenty of interesting some time in the fupeaches, apples, cherries and all ture. ; few clays of very cool weather, ' small fruits? W. L2 Simpson. ihat we have had for the past other -Gil-gxn., --- week, that the tobacco plants Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Dudgeon will be ready for transplanting are visiting in Lebanon. tm by the time our farmers get From Texas. their ground prepared and we e 4 4 4 4 save your big Wheat Crop. 4 We also have the Mowers and Rakes. Get 4 4 4 our prices before you buy 4 Look over your old Binders, Mowersand 4 r 4 Rakes NOW and let us know what Repairs 4 4 you need, so as to save money 4 and time 4 4 4 when Harvest is here 4 4 We can get Repairs for most all Binders and Mowers made 4 4 4 The Jeffries Hardware Store. 4 4 4 4 44444444444444 444444444444 M2&& S5E515?K3 "6"9"6e"9"6"Q"fr4"0"Q 44444444 4 the Deering Binder will 4 KSSl! iWA WW ' ! Hm Kivssmfe- - MEDiPAjMl F3JwtPH 1UTS1DE IKA&U "! is true economy to select best paint your money will buy. It the to paint your property whether you use inferos paint or Mastic Paint, the kind that lasts. Ilesults will prove this to you in a short time. Be on the safe side and use Mastic Paint. It costs you just as much Specify the test of time. For almost half a century Mastic Paint It In Your Contract has stood You don't run any risk using gcarsatied ta give pjrfect satisfaction. Kasiic Paint. Itis It is the unadulterated combination of the finestPure White Lead, Zinc Oxide, and Genuine Linseed Oil in correct proportions. The formula is plainly printed on every can. It covers more surface, laste longer, and, therefore, is more economical than any other paint. Keeps your house bright and attractive and enhances it3 value. HSiSs B Hi 5& Ssgs Beautifully illustrated book, '"Homes, and How to Paint Them," also color card of 45 color combinations. Ask U3 for other booklets and color cards of Pee Gee Finishes, of write direct to Peaslee-Gaulbert FREE 1 There's a Pee Gee Finish For Every Purpose Adamant Floor Paint, Creostaki, lor Rools; Pea Gee Barn Paint, Pee Gea Porch Paint, Ps Gc3 Carriage, Implement, and Wagon Paint, for refinishing woodwork; and other popular Pee Gee Finishes. c,. IS f fe For Sale fey Co.,Lcoisvilfc,X7. IHCOIIPOBATED. Paul! Dru gcO. Columbia, Kentucky. Sell, Rill or Confine the "Rooster. ir"T! U Because roosters are allowed to run with laying hens during Wil-imo- re 1 -- warm weather $15,000,000 worth of eggs are lost to the farmers throughput the United States each year; and most of this loss occurs during June, July and August. For this reason raisers of poultry are earnestly asked and urged to kill or sell all matured males or confine them in pens away from the laying hens during the summer. Eggs that are laid by hens not mated are sterile or infertile, and do not decay. The fertilized eggs spoil very quickly when subjected to the influence of heat and if they are left too long in the nests or under broody hens or left in any very warm place the germs cells begin to develop, the chicks begin to grow. These growing cells may die at any stage of development due to unfavorable conditions. smart spring darments $9.95 $15.00 $19.75 A grand spectacle of styles ia presented to our patrons in this sale of Suits and Dresses. Every Model, every Fabric, every Style worth having, is included in this great collection. Latest; ideas of Fashion are faithfully and beautifully expressed in these garments. And the cne big satisfactory advantage in buying here is the great money-saving- , because of our extremely low prices. We not only save you money on the cost of your garments, but also save you the cost of alteration charges, as we make no charge for alteration. It's to your interest to see the exceptional values we offer at S9.95 $l00 and S19.75. - S Spring Lace Curtains. It's not by aceident that we have built up our immense Curtain business. It is due simply to keeping faith with the public and giving more for your dollar than you get elsewhere. You will need Curtains a little later if not now. Why not! buy now while selection is best? You will be delighted at the beauty of the patterns, the Jsterl-in- g quality and with the low prices at which we offer them. The Curtains we offer for $1.93 are At 9Sc we show twenty styles. You will find themunusuall attractive in design the best in quality TandHUie and the quality the best to be had at richest in patterns ever offered at thia the price. You will find them a QQ price. In thi3 line you will find English bargainfor The Curtains we offer for $1.50 are sure Nottingham. Marie Antoinette and Cable to appeal to all who want moderate price Net Curtains in such an array of pretty Curtains. The patterns are not ordinary patterns that you are sure to find the Curand are shown in a range sufficiently large tain you want. You will find qualities in to meet all requirements- - The quality this lot equal to many priced by other (T 1 C A stores for $3.00. Our prico is the best ever offered only .$1.98 1A lime-prospec- t -- -- Whether the embryo dies or not, the egg is useless as food and is unfit for market. If the wives of the farmers would once realize how much money they practically lose by allowing the roosters to run with the layers, they would immediately stop the practice. Not one egg more is produced with a male running with a flock of hens than with out one, and unless the roosters are valuable as breebers, it is far better to dispose of them at the end of the breeding season and replace them with the younger -- Curtain Drapery in Lace and Scrim in plain White. Arab and Colors, the kind is used so much at the present day. Special values at 50c. 39c. 23c. 19c and that M.J. GATHOF 8" 15 BR-O-. o D 424 West Marker St. Between 4fh C 5fh. Louisville, Ky. o i stock the following spring. If we follow this plan we can always have good; strong, vigorous cockerel (young roosters) for breeders, and at the same time get rid of the care of Let us at least make the most of what wev possess. non-producers. In order to have concerted action, in this matter the Poultry Department of the United States - J Government has designated the 23rd day of May- to be known among poultry raisers as ''ROOSTER day." . Then Kill,. SeH orCorifine the' Rooster. -- ; "Km