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The Adair County news: May 27, 1914 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1914 ada1914052701_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: May 27, 1914 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. u l- - . VOtDME XVI! VERY GRATIFYING. mt e Built COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, ?- - Mnfn MAY sas fettli NUHIER KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY 27, 1914. Married in Lexington. 3a We regret also to lose Misses Far-lelg- h and Hyde who will not return. Wilson who will again take up the work he left two years ago. We feel sure he will find that the "Good seed" he sowed, fell in good soil: and that the garden he planted and cared for so tenderly in its embryo, "Has yielded an abundant harvest, which he may well be proud to own. The graduating class at the close received many beautiful gifts and flowers,-astoken of the esteem in welcome to Prof. -a Results of the Examination. Grading of papers in the county teachers' examination was completed last Friday afternoon. There were fifty-fou- r teachers before the board, counting two who commenced and who quit. The following are the names of certhe ones who received first-clas- s certificates. tificates and second-clas- s -- fnnvlr fpd nf Manslaughter. Grand Closing Graded to these But in saying good-byof the Columbia faithful ones we also extend a hearty Personals. and Adair High School. County John Thomas, who was charged with Mr. A. N. Williams was married to murdering Paul Crenshaw, which oc- Miss Cordie Taylor at the home of the town last June, was concurred victed of manslaughter and will receive an indeterminate sentence, from years in the penitwo to twenty-on- e tentiary. The caser was called last Thursday afternoon, but the jury was not made up until Friday afternon, the testimony closing Saturday afternoon, The argument was not finished until Saturday night at 10:30. Sunday morning the jury went to its room and at 11:20 it rendered a verdict in accordance with the above statement. The State was represented by Messrs. A.JL Huddleston, Rollin Hurt, and Gordon Montgomery The defense by Jndge W. W. Jones and Mr. Jas. R. Garnett. in-thi- s Dr. bride's mother, Mrs. Addle Taylor, 417 are F. H. Winfrey and wife, wha temporarily located in Frankfort, West 6th street, Lexington, Ky., at spent last week at their home, thia 4:30 o'clock on Wednesday, 1914. May 20th place. " ) Commencements week was ushered in by the Bacalaureate sermon at the Christian Church May 17, by Eld. Z. T. Williams. To simply say the sermon was preached by Brother Williams would of itself be a compliment to any graduating class. Having been in our midst so long, he whould naturally have a deeper interest in the affairs of our young people and the community at large, than any stranger could have. An interest so plainly shown in the tender and loving manner in which he treated his subject "Education for Service." The church was filled with attentive listeners, as he, in his usual impressive and practical way, directed the minds of the class to paths of usefulness in a life of service here, when "The Son or Man came not to be ministered unto, but to minister." The splendid music was no small Tuesday evening, May 19th, at the Christian Church, the people of Columbia-were again highly entertained by an exercise prepared by the graduating class themselves, without the assistance or interference of the teachers. Each member of the class deserves special mention for the manner in which they carried out their part of the program, but for lack of space we can only say as a class they did honor to themselves, their parents, teachers and community. The members of the class of whom we are justly proud are. Mary Myers, Grace Con-ove- r, Ella Conover, Dora Eubank, Susan Miller, Katherine Gill, Loretta Dunbar, Dexter English, Albia Eu. bank, Bryan Garnett, Emmett Rig gins, and Smith Gill. Thursday afternoon, May 2lst, the school building was thrown open to visitors, and the grand display of class work presented by each teacher in their respective rooms was one of jthe most interesting and enjoyable affairs of First-Clas- s. which they are held. Visit to the Monastery, Mr. J. S. Breeding went to Nelson county, last week, to visit his nephew, Wallace Beard, who is in the revenue service. The distillery at this place is an immense concern, employing a large force of men, . Geth-semane, Avis Tupman, Minnie Knifley, Mattie Young, Sarah Collins, Carrie Vaughan, Susie V. Johnston, Beatrice Breeding, Eva Murrell, Blanche Walker, Hattie Williams, Carrie May Upton, Albert Bryant, James Hayes, A. D. s Tarter, feature of the occasion. Essie Triplett, Rose Hunn, Mary Gabbert, pens. Flora Powell. While at Gethsemaue Mr. Breeding Sixteen of the number were students visited the Monastery and was conduct There were of the Lindsey-Wilsoed through the building by an old gensecond-clas- s certificates tleman named Clark, who is a cousin thirteen or speaker unamp uiarK. There is a awarded, twelve of whom were pupils Lindsey-WilsoTheir names large farm connected to this institu- of the tion and the Monks, hundreds of them, follow: Second Class. --are busy daily, cultivating the soil. Lottie Knifley, They also have vineyards and several Eulah G. Morris,- . different kinds of domestic wine are Blanche Burris, manufactured. You have to have a perPolly Shirley, mit to visit the monastery, but when Mabell Hindman, once in every courtesy is extended. Herbert Holladay, Mr. Breeding i s under many obligaGeorgia Faulkner, ... tions' to Mr. Clark and Mr. Dant who Eiven Roberts, took.a great interest in his visit. Owen Pulliam. Dudley Hayes, Notice. n. n. - and in the bottling department sixty women are daily kept busy. The revenue derived from this distillery In tne year 1913, was $1, 422,422.22. On the 13th day of May $48,000 worth of cat tle were shipped from its fattening Azro Hadley, Clyde Shirley, George Aaron, Alvin Rosson, Everett Allison, By virtue of Execution No. 1981, issued from the office of the Clerk of the Adair Circuit Courtdated April 18th, 1914, in case of L. C. Winfrey Receiver Citizens Bank against W.. H. Wilson for $604.79 with interest from September 17th, 1913, and S9.15 the week. This work was inspected by more costs and other costs, I will on Mon than a hundred visitors and only words day, June 1st, 1914, at about one door, of praise could be heard on every side o'clock, p. m., at the Court-hous- e Columbia, Ky.f offer for sale and for both pupils and teachers, who in For Sale. have toiled so faithfully the past sell at public auction to the' highest term, with such gratifying results to and best bidder on a credit of six vGood Deering Mower (new) months with bond with approved sepatrons and friends of the school. 3U-G. W Dillon, Breeding, Ky. And while we would not snatch one curity bearing interest from date relaurel from the wreath of fame that quired from the purchaser with lein important to encircle the brow of their predecessors retained on the land to be sold, a lot of land levied on as the property of W. as teachers, yet their work bears testimony that this has been one of the H. Wilson lying in Town of Columbia, There is a called meeting for next most successful terms of the Graded Ky., and situated back of his home, Friday night. May 29th. There will and High School, and that they have and back of J. M. Russell's yard, and be three candidates to initiate, and it not neglected the good seed sown by on the road to Mulligan Addition, is very important for all the members Prof. Wilson and his corps of teachers containing between one and two acres of Columbia Lodge, No. 230, to be subject to a mortgage lein of S33.92 to in the beginning of tiie school. present. Visitors are cordially invited. W. F. Cartwright to apply on said an hour or two The old hill was thronged with visKy , April 28bh, Lay aside business for meeting. Members from 1:30 p. m., till late in the debt. Columbia, itors and come to the 1914. afternoon, and even then, they left who will do the work need your enS. H. Mitchell, Sheriff, reluctantly, to make ready to be at couragement. By order of the Noble Adair County, Ky. the last, but not least of educational 283t. Grand. feasts given by this school, Thursday Eloped From Keltner. For Sale. evening at the Presbyterian Church. On this evening the church was crowded far beyond its seating capacMonday night of last week Clel Limited quantity of pure Kentucky ity, to witness the graduating exer- Green and a Miss Blaydes, of the Kelt- grown German Millet seed $1.75 per cises. ner precinct, eloped to Tennessee bushel. Beware of Western seed. Few Here again, the audience had a rare where they were married. dealers have Southern German Millet On Wednesday night following Rob- this year. treat in the musical part of the proJas. D. Shelby, gram rendered by Mesdames Burdett ert Estes and Mary Franklin eloped t. Janville, Ky. and Montgomery and Miss Grace Con- - from the same neighborhood for Jef over. fersonville where they were made one, Reesen Knight, charged with mavaledictory by Bryan Garnett, returning home the latter part of the liciously cutting and stabbing Elijah The and essays by Misses Katherine Gill week. Burton, was given a trial before Judge and Mary Myers were replete with Wednesday. The trial Sargent Richard Kilrain, of the Carter, last most of splendid thoughts for the occasion, the day, as there occupied the and delivered in a manner that be- Louisville Recruiting office, arrived were quite a number of witnesses. speaks for them great literary attain- here last week and is soliciting men The Jury was out but a short time, for the United States Army. Before ments. rendering a verdict for a fine of $50.00 coming to Columbia he was at Greens-burThe Reading by Miss Loretta Dunand imprisonment in the County jail and Campbellsville. At the forbar was also highly enjoyed by those months. mer place eight men enlisted and five far six present. And lastly, the address by Prof. at the latter. He says that the life Millinery Goods at Cost. Turner in the presentation of Diplo- of'a soldier is easy and healthful. He mas, was one that will not soon be expects to get several recruits in Adair county. forgotten by those who heard it. I will sell my entire stock of Millinery Goods at Cost fbr Cash. In a very effective manner did he Flem Anderson, a colored man, who Mrs. H. W., Wilson, point out to the class the dangers of lives near Hatcher, Taylor county, and Cane Valley, Ky. the unknown sea upon which they was charged with forgery, was given were about to set sail. But with words full of encourage- a trial last Thursday and acquitted. Frank and Cleveland Garrison, ment he gave them the keynote of On the night of the 20bh of June brothers, Have bought Mr. Henry Ingram's stock of groceries, soda success' ' Work' ' Prof. Turner has that rare faculty the Parlor Circle will close until the fountain, etc., and the inventory was as a leader, of weaving his own pure, Fair when it will again open for the taken last week. In the trade Mr. Inhigh and noble thoughts into the fall and winter. gram takes over the Garrison Brothminds and hearts of his pupils, in differThe settlement of Mr. A. D. Patte-son- , ers farm near town, paying a such a way as to make them their own deal will late Sheriff of Adair county, is ence. We trust that theparties. thoughts. This faculty was brilliant on the second page of this prove beneficial to all the ly reflected in the thoughts expressed published by the class in their exercise on this paper. Mr. Harlan Shaw, who was so naaiy 4L ening. A pair of heavy mare mules for sale burned several weeks ago, when an It is a gift of vital importance in A years old. Good ones. Will sell automobile fras destroyed by the exten one who, as he has chosen the life of plosion of gasoline, is going about Ruel Hutchison, cheap. d as his calling. and town, but his face is yet swollen, and . Cane Valley. And while we regret to lose him as t it will be some days before he entirePrincipal of the school, we bid hi m ly recovers. God's speed in the work of the minis- A large number of misdemeanor try, praying that the bark on which, cases weredisodsed of last week. The Decoration Flowers can be ordered he sails, may sometime. agairicome in Court will prbbablycontinue through ,byPMlss Mollis CaldweU. r Do not wait - contact with our own. T , as eet, iater than Friday morning. 3t Velmar Aaron, Cecil Farris. Prof. Moss has received information of the examinations in adjoining counties showing that the total number of first-clas- s certificates awarded to Lindsey-pupils is twenty-eigh- t Wilson There were in all 19 failures, counting two who quit, and of this number only six were in Prof. Moss' class. Odd-Feliow- s. 27-4- g Mark Collis, pastor of the Mrs, Jas. Garnett and her little son Broadway Christian Church, per- James, arrived last Thursday from. formed the marriage ceremony The Frankfort, stopping with Mrs. A. wedding was a very quiet one, only the immediate members of the bride's Mr. W J. Mackin, Lebanon, was family being present. The bride was here during the first week of court. prettily gowned in a blue silk travel Mr. S. D. Dobbs and little son. ing suit. The groom wore conventionMonticello, were here a few days ago. al black. Immediately after the cer Mr. W. H. Miller, Bowling Green, emony the couple left for Walter, was at the Hancock Hotel a few daya Okla., their future home. They will stop off at St. Louis, Mo , ago. to visit Mr. Z. A. Taylor, brother of Miss Mary Williams, daughter of the bride, also at Stillwater, Okla., to Mr. and Luther Williams, Montoelier. visit Rev. Virtese Williams, brother returned Tuesday from the Bowling: Wool Wanted. of the groom. Green School. a sister of Messrs. L. O. The bride is Mr. Julius Stapp, Montpeiier, was We pay the highest cash price. and A. O. Taylor, this place, and the in Columbia last Wednesday en route Campbellsville Manufacturing Co., groom a son of Mrs. Helena Williams, to Louisville. Campbellsville, Ky., or we will manwho resides in Columbia. ufacture your wool as you direct. The couple were reared in the same Mr. M. E. Tarter, an attorney of neighborhoodMontpelier, Adair coun- Campbellsville, was here several daya ty, and have the best wishes of their of last week, attending court. The Reason Why. many friends. Messrs. W. J. Knott and W. M. Kevitt, Raywick, Ky., were here last Another Georgia town has voted in Wednesday. Called Back .Again. favor of Baloons and here is the reason Mr. 1. C. Ramsey Jr., and Mr. W. E, given by a citizen: "If we are going to stand for our women folks wearing Purtle, of Monticello, were here a The following is taken from the shadow skirts and silk skirts, and transof last week. Bluff City, Kansas, News. The subparent skirts and our younger women ject of the notice is a son of Mr. W. Mrs. B. H. Gilpin and Mrs. Edna, learning to dance the boll weevil, the Scott and her little son, Walter, of F. Sanders, this county: Texas Tommy tango, the bunny hug, Chas. Sanders has been engaged to Campbellsville, reached here Wednesthe bear dance, the half center, the teach the Morgan school. This will be day afternoon and Thursday morning buzzard floD. and the puppy huddle- the third successive term for Mr. they left for a month's visit at Burkesand so on down the line, then the men Sanders at that school, which is evi; ville. folks might just as well have their dence of the satisfaction he has given Mr. R A. Myers reached Columbia, saloons and the whole push go to hell as a teacher in a rural district school last Wednesday afternoon He was together. about one of the hardest schools in accompanied from Monticello by Mr. which to win the aprobation of both Jo Hurt, who had been in Ithat place Machine Shop. pupils and parents. It speaks well for two weeks, repairing cars. A man must be a I have purchased the W. A. Helm him and lenient judge, adiplomat,' a Miss Elizabeth S. Hewett, music strict jovial and teacher in the Lindsey-Wilsooutfit, and am located at his former left sociable fellow, 'and possess a dozen this morning for Monticello where shops on Bomar Heights, Columbia, she Ky. I am prepared to do do all kinds other attributes of like character to will visit a week. From there she of work in the way of repairing ma- hold his place in the esteem of the goes to her home, in New York, for chinery. I also furnish repairs, in patrons and pupils of a rural school the summer. year after year. either brass or iron fixtures. Mr. Dan Curd, a popular travelI am fully qualified to do all kinds ing salesman, was in Columbia and of work. I solicit your patronage. Mule For Sale. Adair county last week. J. M. Kearnes. Miss Minnie Kemp, who teaches afc Elizabethtown, Saturday arrived Last Friday, about the noon hour, . An extra good horse mule, 8 years old night for the summer. B. Cheatham. Milltown, Ky. there was an automobile accident near Mr. W. S. Feese and wife, Cincinof Mr. J. H". Coffey. Roy the residence Henry Wilson, Lewis Thomas, nati, are at the home of Mr. Feese's Rasner, The municipal board of the town of Walter Goff, and Bryan English were Columbia could do an act that would father, for several week. in the machine. The car ran into a be very pleasing to the community if Mr. R. G. Woods and family, of it. Thomas was con it would purchase a street sprinkler. Garrard county, are visiting at Rus ditch, siderably hurt and the front end of Dust is very unhealthy and besides it sell Springs. the machine greatly damaged. ruins houses, dresses, etc., which is Dr. J. T. Jones and Mr. Alfred not only aggravating, but makes wear- Murrell visited Sand Lick last week. ing apparel more expensive. The men Listen! Pianist, have to foot the bills, they pay the The Misses Rogers, of Dixon, Tenn., At who visited Mis3 Mary Myers, left for taxes. Give the town a sprinkler. Baggot Rag. King their home Monday morning. Mrs. John D. Lowe will leave the . Rubber Tires Put OnandGuaran-Gof- f (by G. W. LOWE.) teed, last of the week to. attend the comBros. A real rag, a real hit, a real idea, a mencement exercises of Kentucky tf real melody. That's au. Send for it. College for Women, Danville. Her Price, net 25c. per copy.. Address, I will conduct services at thejjPres-byteria- n daughter, Miss Mary Lucy Lowe, will Gr. W. Lowe, church Sunday night, May graduate from that institution the Columbia. Ky. 31st. The purpose beiner to reDort the third of June. last session of the Southern Baptist Misses Clark, Nave and King, teachA horse belonging to Jeff Bradshaw Convention. Graded School, left for their was hooked to a buggy and hitched O. P. Bush, pastor of Baptist church. ers in the respective homes for the summer, near Mr. Bradshaw's home, last FriSaturday morning. Miss Clark resides day morning. The animal got scared, The plastering of the new Baptist in Winchester, Miss Nave In Owens., broke loose from the hitching post and Church will be delayed until a con boro, Miss King in Louisville Miss' he and the buggy started for town. On signment of cement can get Farleighalso took her departure for the way he kicked himself from the work was started last week,here. The her home in Richmond. Her many but the buggy, which was considerably damworkmen had to quit, on account of friends regret that she will not return: aged, the animal coming into town inferior cement. The three first will again be with the and was stopped on Burkesville street. school next year. Miss Cora Hogard. who teaches at If you want a Good Jersey cow or Dr. F. H. Winfrey, who is an emCentral City, is aC home for vacation:. ployee at the Frankfort Penitentiary, heifer, call on J.' B. Coffey, Misses Minnie and Mary Triplett arrived last Tuesday afternoon with for a few days. two prisoners, who were witnesses in All arrangements have been made are visiting in Louisville eases before the Adair circuit court. for the completion of the United Mr. H. V. Denver and wife, of LexBrethren church building at this place, ington, Tenn., are visiting in ColumI now have a Rubber Tire Machine and the work will be pushed as fast bia and will remain during the sumthat puts rubbers on to stay. "Work as material can be laid on the site. mer. ' guarsnteed. S. F. Eubank. Lime for sale. $125 perarrel Serious Accident. s?'i IhOxMiller. Dudley, twenty-eigh- t Rev. 23-2m -- few-day- s n, 26-2- G-- 30-2- t. up-setti- 29-2- t. 29-2- t. Mrs. Cassie f years old, who was the wife of Sam Spencer Cheatham, of color, charged Dudley, was buried at Pickett's Chapel with robbing W. H. Simms, was given a few days ago. She died at SpringHe was convicted field, III She was a native of the atrial Monday. will receive an indeterminate and Keltner precinct. sentence from two to ten years. Nell & McCandless have Had a nice awning built in front of- their store. There is a stray sheep house will protect their goqds and also which the owner can have by- - describIt furnish shade to those who are vic- ing and paying for this notice. Bruce Montgomery. tims of sun grins. 23-tab'-my Under-Shepher- 30-2- 30-lt- Willis Hutchison, a, farmer, years old, met with a serious accident last Monday afternoon. He was at Smith's Roller Mill, on Russell's creek, waiting for his grinding, and in some way he got his left hand caught in the rollers, cutting off all the fingers. He was conveyed home and a surgeon called, who dressed the mangled hand. Mr. Hutchison is the father of Messrs. Perry and C. R. Hutchison, this place. It is hoped Gill & Waggener will pay the best Mr. Lilburn Breeding and Miss that nothing more serious will result. market price for meat, lard and eggs. Wonnie Grimsley, daughter of Prof. 29-I. M. Grimsley, eloped to Tennessee I will have a lot of ood Jersey csws last week where they were married. ,anri heifers on the Colombia aarket,.--nex- t Mr. John, Jeff ries, who was accidentMonday, June 1st. ally shot here during the night the There will be decoration services at Jo fi. Smith. ' Wild West Show exhibited, is rapidly the cemetery Saturday afternoon at recovering and will sood be well. 4 o'clock. Mrs. ZoraRowe has rented Mr. Geo.-.-- t, ' of the Presbyterian The ladies W,, Lowetexesidence, not far from, the to be at the, home iron bridge across Green river 'Graded. School building, and is now in-- ' jr The Church are invited of Mrs. A. H. BaUard Thursday after- at Plum Point, will be completed this iwesftssion. but will spend several- - . week noon at 2:300 clock. Weeks this summer ia Metcalfe county? $iw ci ,. Mr. seventy-nin- e 2t "wbi - -- THE ADAIR 4JOUNTY NEWS lt5 By certificates of allowTo ZT Williams ;$Gf00 3 00 To J R Tutt ance paid ' 2 56 To RW Shirley By interest on part of .44 above A Statement and Settlement of the accounts of A. D. Patteson Sheriff of To Z T Williams 26 00 By receipt dated Dec 22, (40) cents ad To J P & H F Cof Adair county, Ky., of the collections and disbursements of forty 2 30 67 50 $48 86 1913 J RGarnettTr 2 500 00 of valorem, and one ($1.00) dollar poll tax levied by the Adair Fiscal Court at fey 4 50 CREDITS county To W C Barrett By 15c ad valorem tax on A mild winter and spring pres its April term, 1913, for the payment of the current expenses of Adair 3 00 To H K Taylor 93 32 By receipts from Pearl $62 216 property released for the year 1913. Hindman $3 000 00 age the early arrival of our bitBy of Commission for At the regular October term of the Adair Fiscal Court, 1913, I, A. H. $71.62 81841.58 By 10c ad valorem tax on Collecting taxes 335 29 Ballardjwas appointed by said Court, as its Commissioner to settle with A. terest enemies flies in vastly CREDITS. property released 48 86 county, Kentucky, his accounts of collections D.Patneson, Sheriff of Adair 104 38 $3 ROAD FUND. increased numbers, Immediate, and disbursements made by him of the taxes levied by said Court at its April $3 048 86 ' $4 329 00 Total debit Road Fund 10 11 of said County by said To Diddle & Parsons term, 1913, to be collected and paid to the creditors well directed efforts must be put RECAPITULATION 3 104 38 Total credit Road Fund 3 31 Sheriff during said year. In compliance with said order of appointment the To John Thurman Total debits on School 12 50 $1224 62 Sheriff's books were examined to ascertain the amount of said taxes remain- To Milliard Corbin $3 824 83 forth if the threatening dangers Fund 18 50 said Sheriff To George Cheatman ing uncollected on the 1st day of January, 1914, in order to charge GRAND RECAPITULATION. Total Credits on School are to be minimized. The time' 5 25 with the 6 per cent, penalty which by law is added to all unpaid taxes on said To W H Kemp DEBITS. Fund 3 048 86 3 50 To W H Jones Jr. date to fight flies is before they be, To total debits Geneaal 3 .75 $775 97 Balance due by Sheriff The Sheriff is charged with 3,518 polls listed by the Assessor for taxation To Jim Simpson $10 766 01 Fund 16 25 Your Commissioner finds and so re- come flies when in the egg or To Wm. G. McKinley for the year 1913, and with 22 polls listed by the County Clerk. To total Debits Road 0 To Jim Fudge ports that Said A. D. Patteson, Sher2 51 charged with 25 cents ad valorem tax on each $100 on The Sheriff is 4 335 58 Fund when they are magnot3. iff of Adair County, is indebted to the 8 75 worth of taxable property for the General Fund and 15 cents on each To J W Burbridge $15 101 59 School Fund in said County in the 3 25 Total debits $100 on said valuation for Road Fund, and with 25 cents ad valorem on each To W C Smith The problem of elimination of CREDITS. 56 84 sum of $775.97 for the year 1913 sub$100 for Road Fund on $19,494.00 To Wolford Bros $100 for General Fund and 15 cents on each 5 75 By total credits General ject to the delinquent taxes and re- filth. No filth, no flies. listed by said County Clerk, and with 25 cents ad valorem on each $100 for To Thera Brockman $10 280 73 leases allowed by the Fiscal Court. Fund 22 75 on $1,800.00 Franchise To Cassius Breeding General Fund and 15 cents on each $100 for Eoad Fund Flies breed in filth, play on 2 75 By total credits Road All of which is most respectfully reTo Marion Antle Tax listed by said County Clerk. $3 104 38 ported. Fund corporaThe Sheriff is charged with the Franchise tax on the different filth, eat filth and distribute filth $175 76 A. H. Ballard, Com'r. tions doing business in Adair county, Kentucky. $13 385 11 Total credits A butich of twelve Court orders of Adair Fiscal Court. the filthiest kind of filth, too. The Sheriff is charged with 6 per cent penalty on all unpaid taxes on Jan$15 101 59 debits release was shown your Commissioner Kentucky, Adair County, Set. uary 1st, 1914, which makes the Sheriff's debits as follows: 13 385 II CREDITS releasing 108 persons from paying an I Walker Bryant, Clerk of the Adair If we do away with the breeding DEBITS. Balance due by Sheriff for ad valorem tax on a total $62,216 County Court, certify that the fore- places of flies there will be no Road Fund General Gund year 1913 $1 716 48 worth of property listed twice, wronggoing statement and settlement, of $ 3 518 00 by Assessor To 3,518 polls listed Your Commissioner finds and so reflies. fully listed or on persons who had gone 22 To 22 polls listed by the County Clerk ports that said A D. Patteson, Sher- the account of A. D. Patteson, Sheriff no property found from the State and Adair County, as to the collection and To ad valorem tax on $2,725,923 at 25c on each Therefore the way to swat flies out of which to make said taxes; said iff of Adair County, is indebted to disbursement of the School Fund for 0 839 81 $100 for General Fund said County on the General Fund in 1913 Sheriff is therefore given credit by 25c which was April 10th 1914 ap- now is to clean up the $4 103 83 at 15c on each $100 for Road Fund on each $100 worth of said property the sum of $485 28, and on the Road proved and ordered filed and recorded To Frnchise tax Columbia Telephone Co. 8 of 231 20; a sum filth. for the General Fund. $155.54; and Fund in the sum of $1 which is now done accordingly. 4 50 $7.20 for General Fund total of $1 716 48 less $25.00 paid your Witness my hand this May 15 1914. 15c on each $100 for the Road Fund 2.70 8 of $7.20 for Road Fund - Clean up, keep clean and see Commissioner for making this settle?93.32 said Court orders are filed hereWalker Bryant, Clerk To ad valorem tax on $19,494 listed by County ment and subject to the delinquent with as part hereof. By L. O. Taylor, D. C. 48 73 Clerk at 25c on each $100 for General Fund that 'your neighbors keep liketaxes and releases allowed by the FisDeducting $155.54 release 29 24 15c on each $100 for Road Fund At cal Court for the year 1913. Woo! Wanted. wise, and you will have few, if from the total debit of and To Franchise tax First Fational Bank All of which is most respectfully reGeneral Fund leaves a 50 18 83 64 8 of $133.82 ported. We pay the highest cash price. any, flies to contend with. Of $10 610 47 debit of 0 and 0 To Franchise tax Farmers Bank A. H. Ballard, Com'r. Campbellsville Manufacturing Co., Deducting $92 32 release 17 29 23 83 your swatter ready of $57 65 Adair Fiscal Court. Campbellsville, Ky., or we will man- course have from the total debit of 8 and To Franchise tax Bank of Columbia Kentucky, Adair County, Set. ufacture your wool as you direct. for the first arrivals. Road Fund leaves a deb76 20 127 01 of $203.21 I, Walker Bryant, Clerk Adair Coun$4 242 26 it of To Franchise tax Gradyville State Bank ty Court, certify that the foregoing The total of the General 18 36 30 60 and3-1- 0 of $61.20 statement and settlement of the colfe'und debits and the of To Franchise tax Citizens Bank 8 and lection and disbursements of A. D. $14 852 73 Road Fund debits is 18 00 30 00 $48 For collecting the above amount Patteson, Sheriff, Adair County, for To 6 per cent, penalty on $1,06.20 uncollected 1913 was April 1st, 1914 filed and orsaid Sheriff is given credit by the comof and taxes January 1st, 1914, dered recorded, which is now done acmission allowed by law of 10 per cent, 19 73 32 89 $65.77 oh the first $5 000 and 4 per cent., on cordingly. Witness my hand this May 16, 1914. $4 335 58 $10 766 01 Total the remaining $9 852 73 Walker Bryant, Clerk $500 00 10 per cent, on $5000 00 CREDITS. GENERAL FUND. By L. O. Taylor, D. C. 394 11 There were presented to the Commissioner the following certificates of 4 per cent, on 9 852 73 allowance made by the Adair Fiscal Court and ordered paid by said Sheriff out SHERIFF'S SETTLEMENT. $894 11 of the levy as above set out. Said Sheriff having paid same to the proper SCHOOL FUND. Said Sheriff is then given credit by Every floor is teeming with the newest and best in owners thereof is given credit by said certificates as listed below; said certifi 4 per cent, commission for collecting 1913 cates are filed herewith as part hereof. School Fund; 4 per cent, of $3 829 21 A STATMENT and SETTLETo John Grady $ 13 00 Interest $ 92 To L T Neat S153 17 2 00 MENT of the accounts of A. D. Pat35 To F R Winfrey 500 ' ToWAHumphress2 00 teson Sheriff of Adair County, KenRECAPITULATION. 2 00 To John Webb 2 64 tucky, of the collections and disburseTo J A. Darnell GENERAL FUND Stocks tip the Acme of Excellence 200 To Ores Barger ments of the ten (10c) cents ad valoTo J W Burbridge 2. 00 To Ores Barger 200 DEBITS 6 25 rem tax and the fifty (50c) cents poll RUGS, To Josh Beard CARPETS, DRAPERIES and WALL PAPER 2 00 To F E Webb 00 To J E Beaid tax levied by the Adair Fiscal Court, 3518 polls listed by AsTo To J P Miller & 83 518 00 at its April term 1913, on all taxable To Jo Beard 00 sessor 6 56 96 26 Vie with each other for Early Recognition Sons property and persons in Adair County, 56 22 polls listed by CounMurrell To H A To & To J P Miller 22 00 not in the Graded Common School 64 To Austin Loy ty Clerk 1 63 47 53 Sons 96 To J A Winfrey District of the town of Columbia, and The Best news of all are our Low Prices, fixed by an To ad valorem tax 25c on To T S Davis D S 20 23 6 839 81 ordered collected 75 2 735 923 To W T Reece and paid to the ToMReyYarber-r- v Treasurer of the County Board of Ed- Economical Organization, Centrally Located, yet re00 To W M Wilmore To ad valorem tax 25c on 2 50 48 73 ucation for the year 1913. 13 55 .97 To Wm Hobson $19 494 To James M Wood-ru2 00 .04 To A the regular October Term of the To A W Paxton Franchise tax on moved from the high rent district. 2 48 2 00 4 50 Adair Fiscal Court 1913 I, A. H. BalTo N T Mercer Columbia Telephone Co 2 64 To W C Leach 2 00 lard, was appointed Commissioner To James Sapp To 8 Franchise tax First To Mannie Kemp 2 00 83 64 of said Court to settle with Said A. To George T National Bank & 12 00 To J M Willis D. Patteson, Sheriff of Adair County, 50 00 Herriford To Franchise tax 2 48 To W J Beard Incorporated 6 75 23 83 his accounts of the collections and To J H Young Farmers Bank 2 56 To J B Keltner W L Simpson 2 00 To disbursements of the ad valorem tax To Franchise tax Bank 2 64 To U L Antle 522 and 524 West MarketfSt. 127 01 of 10c on each $100 worth 'of the tax To Zach Sanders 3 44 .06 of Columbia , 3 76 55 95 To G W Dillon To W C Yates 2 56 able property and a poll tax of 50c Franchise tax To 95 24 55 To G W Dillon For more than Thirty Years, Louisville's Leading 30 60 poll in said County outside the Graded To J E Johnston Gradyville State Bank 200 49 13 00 To G W Dillon Common School District of Columbia, To Jo E Johnston 2 00 To Franchise tax Cit To T C Davidson 2 00 2 00 To J H Burris 30 00 levied by said Court for the support of Carpet and Rug House. izens Bank 2 00 To Lenis Reece To J I Stanberry 2 00 Penalty on uncol the Common Schools of Adair County, To To Gordon Mont21 93 Kentucky. 3 00 To N T Jones lected taxes Jan 1st 1914 48 20 00 gomery 3 00 The total taxable proberty in Adair To NT Jones S10 755 05 2 00 To J M Tarter County, Ky., for the said year is S Pickett 2 00 To W 2 64 To Alvin Loy CREDITS 417. From this amount is deductTo Henry Cooley 5 25 To John W Young 3 00 3 00 ed the taxable property in che Graded To Cooley Bros By certificates of allow2 00 To J B Keltner To Russell & Co 31 80 SI 841 58 School District of S577 626 leaving a paid Ho ance 2 00 03 To A C Wheeler .42 By interest on part of balance of $2 177 791. Said Sheriff is To Henry Cooley 0 75 To Ernest Winfrey 2 00 .95 To Russell & Co 14 80 7162 therefore charged with 10c ad valorem above certificates 2 00 To U L Antle tax on each $100 worth of said amount, To W W Kirtley 13 00 By 25c ad valorem tax on 1 00 To Ellen Carson 2 64 for Common School purposes which To Joel Darnell 155 54 $62 216 released 3 20 05 To H H Tucker is $2 177 79 To The Bradley & By 8 of commission for To Dr Z T Gobbert 4 50 3 21 54 65 Co The total number of Polls in Adair Gilbert 558 82 collecting tax To Fred Denson 200 County is 3540. From this number is 3 00 To J M Wilson By 4 per cent commission 2 00 To W B Patteson To Gordon Mont 153 17 deducted 311 the number in the for collecting school tax 40 To James Thomas 6 20 gomery 250 00 8 04 By receipt dated Dec 22, Graded School District leaving 3229. 3 44 To J H Sanders To Gordon Mont 7 500 00 Said Sheriff is charged with a poll tax 1913 J R Garnett Tr 5 00 To J M Shive &0 00 gomery 15 46 of 5oc on each of the 3229 polls a total 33 5 00 To J M Shive S10 280 73 of $1614 50 2 00 To M Cave 2 00 To G T Kemp 10 75 To E B Morgan Said .Sheriff is charged with the Total debits General 2 00 To. W F Keat $10 755 05 Franchise tax on the corporations doTo James M RusFund 2 00 To J W Marshal 2 00 sell Total credits General Fund 10 2S0 73 ing business in Adair County not in 69 13 00 To J B Jones 13 85 To J M Wolford the Graded School District. $474 & 00 Balance due by Sheriff To J T Xeat 20 00 To J M Wolford The Sheriff is charged with 6 per 00 To E E Nell 5 00 To J R Tutt cent., penalty on all unpaid taxes on RECAPITULATION 01 00 To Virgil Hovious 2 64 To Mont Wilson January 1st, 1914, in said County out'ROAD FUND 00 TO J N Squires 2 00 To Mont Wilson side the Graded School District; 6 per 00 DEBITS 'To R A Waggener 2 00 To G W Turner cent., penalty on $1 096 20 is $65 77; F Cart- 'ToDrW To Jas Suddarth 2 00 for School Fund, is $13 15 To 15c ad valorem tax on 4 25 wright 2 00 4 103 83 $2 735 923 To R B Reeves DEBITS 17 71 To Dr U L Taylor 260 S4 2 80 To S H Murrell To 10c ad valorem tax on To 15c ad valorem tax oh 8 00 To Roflin Hurt 5 50 29 24 32 177 791 $2 177 79 To John Hadley $19 494 2 00 To Roliin Hurt Co2 00 8 W T Price on FarmTo Franchise tax To Franchise tax To 2 00 To J R Wilson 2 70 To Parker Jack-ma- n 11 53 ers Bank of $57 65 lumbia Telephone Co 2 00 To A E Murrell 13 00 .70 To 0 To Franchise tax on GraFranchise tax 200 To A O Young 9 28 17 29 To A J Gowia dyville State Bank Farmers Bank 56 vTo G B Cheatham 4 75 12 24 .25 To To Walker Bros 8 of 861 20 Franchise tax 82 2 00 'To Walker Bryant 16 50 614 50 50 18 To 3229 polls at 50c To WS Sinclair National Bank First 32 13 00 To L O Taylor 2 00 To G L Vire Franchise tax To 6 per cent., penalty on To 8 2 96 To R Ii Campbell 2 00 76 20 To T W Wheat of Columbia School's part uncollected Bank 3 00 To Strong Hill .03 To To Tom Barnett 3 44 Franchise tax tax Tanuary 1st, 1914, 3 00 o Junius Holt 8 77 To Horace Murrell 2 00 18 36 of $65 77 Gradyville State Bank 2 00 Banks 2 00 To J W ToCPCoomer tax CitFranchise To 6 52 48 $3824 83 To W L Walker .12 To L S Buckner 10 00 18 00 izens Bank 3 00 Said Sheriff Is then given credit by 2 00 To Junius Holt To B B Jones of 6 per cent penTo 2 56 a receipt for $2 000 paid by him to Mary F Hard-To J W Foster To alty on uncollected taxes 1 r2 64 Hindman Dated Dec, 11, 1913, rTo J W Young 75 wlck , $13 15 Pearl Jari 11914 aWby'a receipt? fot ;v$6005datedC)i5t. ' 2 96 To Ii,WXaffee TVOWalker .a.-Tao22pl913jl rand by a 'receipt of "'iibo ..Ot 10 50 TbRy W Page .'2-4To L C Blair 3-- 8 2,735,-923.0fly-breedi- ng SHERIFFS SEWMENT "3191. iToCSada-Blai- r -- v39 50 CBEDITS A iotaljpf Flies Breed in Kith. it .$3000 00. Said receipts are filed here $175 76 with' as part of hereof. Said Sheriff is given credit by 10c "If at first you don't succeed, .01 ad valorem tax on $48 861 property released by order of Court, a credit swat swat again!" 31, 1913. dated December s 9 5-- 3-- 5-- 8 3-- 5-- 3-- 8 23-2- m 5-- 10 5-- 3-- 8 5-- 3-- 10 SPRING -- 1914. Wall and Floor Coverings m 5-- 8 5-- Hubbuch Bros., Wellendorff 5-- 10 5-- 8 5-- 10 5-- 8 5-- S2-7- 55 Special All Notice 5-- Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under 2-- 10 the Law, if not Paid at once 3-- 2-- 10 3-1- 2-- 10 3-- The Government I 3-- 3--10 2-- 10 Will Not carry Papers in the 3-- 8 -- Mail for Parties who Owe More 3--10 -- than one Year 8 V V- THE ADAIR COUNTS NEWS r Let Us Reason Togethe Was a Wise Old Saying to-da- y. & ? the ranchman said in tellingrthe Not story of the accident; "each of 'era broke a leg." "What did you do?" asked the friend. "Well, what could I do?" replied the other sorrowfully. "I shot 'em." Keep Dowel Movement Regular. at AH Extraordinary. A Splendid protect their head3 from the tropical sun,- but the women - .v. I want ov.y and that is exacty what I want us to do .FARMER who has Sheep, to investigate my work, and see if tin is not the place for you to bring or ship your WOOL to get the Ust. TALUE for it.Now if you don't want your Wool Manufactured, I will pay you the BEST HOME MARKET PRICE, for I need every pound of Wool I can get. I am trying to represent the old fashiond goods like our mothers used to make, in the manufacture of Blankets, .Flannels, Lincy, Jeans, Yarnes, Etc. Let me hear from your Wool this season any way. Goods shipped cheap by mail anywhere. Farmers Woolen Mills, $$fc&fc4 P. O. Jamestown, Ky. E. L. REECE, Mgr. Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. Dr. King's New Life Pills keeps stomach, liver and kidneys in healthy condition. Bid the body of poisons and waste. Improve your complexion by flushing the liver and kidnejs. "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. Jeny Wren, This friendly little bird is found BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels off, and is neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but apfr Silver Seal Paints Varnishes Finishes, Stains And they will cost you 25 less than other high grade brands. Tell us your paint needs today and we will send you our PAINT BOOK free. It gives prices and other valuable information. and anywhere from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico, but is most com- al." mon in the United States. It is The plea was accepted, cure fOr SfOmach Disorder. a tinyjbird, the upper part of the body is a cinnamon brown color Disorders of the stomach may be and the breast and chin a gray- avoided by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets. Many very remarkable cures ish white. The tail and wings have been effected by these tablets. Ad. are finely barred. When most Sold by Paull Drug Co. of the song birds are subdued in Some Sweet Day, mid-dais too hot! to silence, no y Several years ago a tourist fell over the rock from a height of about three hundred feet, near Europa Point, Gibraltar. He was killed, of course. The lieutenant in. charge of the guard room, however, inserted in his guard report for the day that "nothing unusual had occurred." For this he was "carpeted" before the town mayor, who asked for an explanation. "Well, sir," replied the young officer.a Scotchman," if the puir mannie had na' been kilt it would have been a very extraordinary fact; but as the puir body was kilt why, sir I thought it was na' extraordinary or unusu- Clubbing Bargain We Offer The Adair County News and have gone turies. bare-head- ed for cen- The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Clerks in the stores and shops of all kinds smoke while waiting upon customers. forOnly tpLOt) rtf gyr Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekiy Enquirer is 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 o.the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning the world's events, and for that reason can giuo 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 theTabove combination right now. Call or mail orders to up-to-d- The newcomer must make the first call and the "old settlers" can do as they please about re turning it. Kansas City Star. It l Mildred loved Edgar Corneal and, even if she had not, would rather have married an ogre than Wingate. The problem was how to force him to release her, which was the only way by which she could inherit her property. She treated him scornfully, but did not Secure any response. Wingate bore 1C without retort. By the terms of the will if Mildred did not marry him within two years he was to hold the property In trust so long as he lived, to have the income for himself. One day Mildred disappeared. When 4 The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. it, but instead I've knocked hard and often- "It pains me, 0 Lord, to see that in spite of my knocking this town is beginning to grow. Some day, I fear, I will be called upon to put down sidewalks in front of my property and who knows but what I may have to help keep up the streets that run .by my property. This, 0 Lord, would be more than I could bear. It would cost me money, and I could not afford to put out my money, although all I have was made right here. "Then, too, more people might come if the town begins to grow which would cause me to lose some of my pull. I ask, therefore, that you keep this town at a standstill, that I may continue to be the chief knocker. Amen, amen." Bos worth Sentinel. Kentucky Paint MPg Company, (Incorporated) 513 W. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. D. G. HARWICH, Pres. J. B. COCKE, V. Pre!.; 5 R. H. D1ETZMAN. Sec W. T.Pyne Mill & Supply ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 Co. ircmnwgiGHTS 1301 TfflRTeeNTtf-MftlN. DEALERS'IN I mflCHiisTS LOUTSVILLe ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, REED MILLS SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work m niaHi rWEmMum fcl JMBBS59 JOBBINQ WORK SOLICITED Ail Kinds of Machinery Repaird- - In about 1985, we will have made our stake and can print a paper just as we please, our personal column will be a great deal more interesting than it now is. Like the barn swallows, the Specimen locals then to appear: wrens seek out the small nesting Ike Adler has finally married places year after year, and will off his last daughter. The groom of a spring announce their return has the sympathy of the entire morning beneath your window in community. a voice of song sweetness. But, The reported elopement of Ira spite of his notes of melody, in Sims and Bertha Doll, last week, scold for all that, the wren is a was untrue. It was only anothJenny Wren on the and little er of Tot Skandel's lies. a scolding tongue nest $ loosen Bill Kredit has bought a new on cat or squirrel or bird or seven passenger touring car. Bill human being that seems likely to might now try paying some of disturb her home. Vivacious and his overdue store accounts by excitable, these birds are easily delivery and transfer In Mexico. alarmed and their short tails held funeral erect work back and fourth with business, When gentlemen greet each Mrs. Ima Leader gave another ridiculous movements. y social func- other they embrace and pat If left unmolested, this busy of her little bird is also a happy one as tions Tuesday. It is reported to each other on the back. Ladies kiss each other on both she goes about her nest building have been even more of a bore She can than the one last Friday if that cheeks at both meeting and partwith cheerful song. ing. make a happy home anywhere were possible. for the tireless little wren to send fourth his gushing song. As the bird is only four or five inches long it seems ridiculously small for such a volume of sounds. form. Wingate had no desire to marry Mildred Winterfield. Indeed, he had nothing to gain by a marriage with her, for in that case she would inherit the property and night make it unpleasant for him. He had seen her only once, when she was about fifteen years old, an awkward girl, who was changing to womanhood. At the time of her father's death she was a fine looking woman, with golden hair, fair complexion and dark brown eyes. One day a young woman called at Wingate's office and applied for a position as typewriter and stenographer. There were no vacancies, and she was refused. A few days later Wingate received a note signed Elizabeth Dar-roasking him if he would favor her with a call since she had something to tell him to his advantage. This request, taken with certain glances Miss Darrow had given him, made him suspicious that she had designs upon him. Then suddenly he was struck with an w, Wingate learned of this move he was disquieted. He feared some game, bnt could think of no way by which she could secure her fortune. What he most desired was that she would withhold her consent to marry him till the two years' grace had elapsed, after which he would enjoy the income of the property and manage the business so long as he lived. The will read "in case the said Samuel Wingate shall refuse to marry my daughter Mildred WInterfield, at any time within the said two years," etc. Wingate read this over and considered the matter safe. The will did not say how he was to refuse, bnt this made no difference. He would not refuse in any Idea. and out of almost anything. I keep The Adair County News coffins, on hands a full stock of Sticks or strings or rags, bits of caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and straw, grass o r feathers, any OneJDoIIar a Year. two hearses. Prompt service night or day. Residence Phone 29, office or all, will suffice for material. Phone 98. And almost any place seems to yr J. F. Triptett, w r rnT"-satisfysher an old box, a crevice Ad Columbia. Ky. beneath the eaves or a hole in a tree- - The wren has been known to build in the pocket ot" a Of BOURBON POULTRY CURE rbnfcklv relieve Rhenmattdm. Sore Mus- in a discarded shoe. .laa Van.alm. JaV&fttUVi TTa.f1fli)a mum UC9 ieUiaigl. I) lra nl a .l.aucvuv a down a chick's throat cures nil Tafnfl- Ynnr mnnpT hark if it fails to re gapes. A few drops in the lieve any ache in any rart ot the body in A hole, no matter where, evidentdrinking water cures and nueen minutes time. soe. Prevents cholera, diarrhoea JJruggtsts. Jriceivaple jLt JLHtent on request. Free tal cireoUr ly means safety to these little i 25? Lotner cbick diseases. One BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. gallons of fpottle makes 12 druggists. Lexington, Ky. 342 East Wain St., medicine At all 'Lw&B fcSampleana booklet birds. Once built, the nest is ('a, eases of Fowls" sent FREE. Bourbon Remedy Co. Itiingtoa, Ij ft2ru?Z2RivrC kept beautifullyZclean while the 45-- 1 raaTT" " l ONE BOP on-'Di- cast-o&Ecoat- lor 1 9 n .1 A - I k NOTICE. The Only Way. six or seven speckled are being hatched. flesh-col-oredfeg- gs We wish to inform the people A western ranchman, who had of Adair county that we are repre spent all his life with horses senting the Pomona Nursery, at and had little experience with Bowling Green. This Nursery has womankind, got married. After been in business 25 $ears and has the ceremony the bride and select 2k acres infirst-cla- nursery stock, ' groom mounted their horses and putingout a line of trees. along the mountain trail Why not buy your trees that are started already acclimated and save the towards home. . Going along a experimenter's loss? We expect i ledge the bride's horse stumbled to visit every farmer within the and fell down the steep embanknext few weeks. See us and get ment our prices before you buy. "It was mighty hard luck for HARRIS & GARRISON, I Child Cross? feverish? Sick? i ss Columbia, Kentucky. both the woman and the horse," A cross, peevish, listless child, with coated tongue, pale, doesn't sleep; eats sometimes very little, then again ravenously; stomach sour; breath fetid; pains in stomach, with diarrhea; grinds teeth while asleep, and starts up with terror all suggest a Worm Killer something that expels worms, and almost every child has them. Kickapoo Worm Killer is needed. Get Start at once. You a box won't have to coax, as Kickapoo Worm Killer is a' candy confection. Expels the worms, the cause of your child's trouble. 25c Recommended by Ad. ,. Paull Drug Co. to-da- y. terfield and her lover. The object is to get me in a position where It can be proved that I have made love to this "woman and asked her to marry me. That would not be refusing to marry Mildred, but they doubtless have hit upon a plan to twist evidence so as to make it appear that in making love to their decoy I have refused. Mildred. There are plenty of lawyers smart enough to do that. All semi-weeklI have to say is if they catch me napping they must get up early in the morning." After considerable deliberation he determined not to let it appear that he suspected theirtgame till he had elicited more of it from the decoy. He made no reply to Miss Darrow's communication, confident that he would Everybody shakes hands with hear from her again. He did hear by We are pleased to announce note, in which references were made the death of old John Grouche, everybody on all possible occa- to love passages between them which had never occurred. This conflrmed which occurred last night. The sions. Wingate's suspicions. But he did not know what action to take, or, rather, body will be sent back to his old Sons kiss their mothers' and he decided that he had better take no home for burial, It is believed grandmothers' hands, and often action at all. In time another letter came from Miss Darrow. hinting at proceeding? this was because no local minis- their fathers'. for breach of promise. Wingate conter would preach a funeral sergratulated himself on his foresight in The politeness of Mexican ser- laying down the scheme in advance. mon for him. You have just of promvants is proverbial, and their A trumped up case of breach be turned was to ise to Miss Darrow read all the obituary he'll ever into a refusal to marry Miss Winter-fielvoices are soft and pleasing. It did not appear to Wingato. get from us. that he should pay any attention to Children wear mourning in these notes. By doing so he might get being laid Mexico, young girls in their teens caught in the trap give orders for him. Knocker's Prayer. that if AH he did was to wearing allblack costumes, and "the Darrow woman' came to see him she was to be told that she could not little girls of all sizes wearing see him. Notwithstanding this order, Lord,please don't let this town one day he looked up from his desk forty years white dresses with ribbon sashes, and saw his unwelcome visitor standgrow. I've lived here ing near him. "I have called." she said, "to ask if and during that time I have and hats trimmed with black. you intend to do me justice." On' entering a street car or "I don't know you. madam." fought every improvement; I "You do know that you have asked have knocked everything and other vehicle or when about to me to be your wife." "I have not." everybody; no firm or indiyidaul be seated there is a repeated ex"I give you your choice either to estabished a business change of Gaston and Alphonse marry me or stand suit for S10O.O0Ohas ever damages." my doing all that I 'you first" between the senors. "I will neither marry you nor pay a here without d. A" "I do believe," he said to himself, "that she is a decoy of Mildred Win- - to-mar- ry - . could to put them out of business i I have used every method known to the knocking fraternity to in jure the business: I've lied about them and would have stolen from them if I had the courage. T have done all I could to keep olive and dyed her hair, but in a legal costest that followed the court decided The peon men -- are obliged to the townv from growing; never that Wlagate's- refusal, though he d!4 I spoken a good- - word for wear large, heavy straw hats to not know her Identity, held good. have Wla-gate- The seat of honor in a Mexi- cent" Wingate's desk was at one end of room, filled with clerks, and is the sofa bedside the can home words purposely loud enough A caller should not for all to hear. No sooner were they hostess. uttered than the woman turned to take. that seat unless specially those present and said: "I call upon you all to witness that invited. I. Mildred Winterfield. have been refused In marriage by Samuel A cigar is lighted before being Mildred bad made her complexionan presented to a friend. g ." ii nii ii . , I v s! 'K aw i TfflB AAIR' GOUOT 'iiKil .T' WW Be Def TIE which, would V have1 expired4 tlje Forasmuch as it hath pleased PaMs&ed Every Wednesday 4fchof next March. Almighty God in His wise providence to take from our midst our The Presbyterian Church beloved brother and son, we fetf County ;Nfews Xompanji, South is in .session at Kansas must give him up looking for the '( Incorporated. ) City Action on the proposed general resurrection in the last union-- of th seventeen branches HAS. S. HARRIS day and the life of the world to EDITOR. of the Presbyterian Church, will come through Jesus Christ our BMBOcraflc newspaper devoted to the In- - be postponed at thlS gathering. Lord ,at whose coming in glo i 01 ine city or Columbia ana the people , Adair and adjacent counties. The mediators to settle the rious majesty to judge the world. . ADAIR, COUNTY NEWS the lateSeiwisc- - Bradley's term -- Calmlyzsay; Thy Will be done. S?lft,ft&pdkaSS? awTRESULTSjand after thetonteats been used. Always aslcfor "Be,eDeerwhenbd? veibuy a stock 1 Wftat "BeeDee' Means on ihe J11 meansREAL VALUE After using the Bee Dee Remedies generally lor sooieisne, vre take pleasure la jay ta 2 that they are riving entire satisfaction, and we cheerfully recommend them. McMOlen Stock Farm, Waco, Texas. Too can get them 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 STOCK S POULTRY MEDICINE T.TMTMTTOT TVTP Bee Dee Healing Powder Bee Dee Colic Remedy tout dealer's. ' at P. RS j Catered at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-offi- ce y as sec-E- d WED. '&: MAY 2T, 1914 trouble between Mexico and the United States are at work at Niagara Falls, and it-- is believed that the trouble will finally' be adjusted. Obituary. ANNOUNCEMENT. 4 : J?m Judge of Court of Appeals. We are authorized ,to announce COLLIN HURT a candidate for Judge .of the Court of Appeals, in the Third district, subject to the action of the Democratic voters, expressed at the August primary. The passing of Senator W. 0. Bradley, whose death occurred in How to Avoid Potato Scab and Jus apartments, Washington, D. C., last Saturday night at 10 Dry Rot. o'cIock, removes from Kentucky gmeof her most distinguished These two diseases are preva-lein Kentucky, and now is the citizens. The Republican party time to lessen their injuries' on of the State will feel the loss, as the crop of 1014, if they are to in all , he was the leading spirit h ' be lessened. party gatherings. He had Scab is a fungus disease re,served the State as Governor; sulting in a roughness of the sur'was a national committeeman face of potatoes, when served had been a for many-yearleaving most of the outside fisto seven sured, corky and black. When al Conventions; was indorsed for "Vice President by the State Reused for seed, such potatoes are likely to cause scab on the new publican Convention in 1888, and crop, and are unfit for planting xeceived 105 votes in the Nationif one wants clean skinned poal Convention. He was indorsed tatoes. If but slightly affected for President in 1896. In all his mak- they may be disinfected by soakparty gatherings in Kentucky he 1890, died May 17th, 1914, ing him a little more than 23 ing them for two hours in thirty was the recognized leader. The confessed his gallons of' water'' containing-on- e funeral and burial will take place years old. He faith in Christ at an early age pint of formalin. A gunny sack at Frankfort this, Tuesday and united with the Casey Creek containing the potatoes may be Christian church during a meet- set in a barrel containing the A horrible murder was perpe- ing held by Eld. W. G. Mont- water and formalin, and after trated at Danville, Ky., last Fri- gomery. Like scores of people treatment it is only necessary to day night. The, room of Zelma he wandered away from the fold, lift the sack out, drain off the Young, a thirteen year old girl, but a few weeks before he died fluid, and spread the potatoes out was entered and her head almost he called me to his home and said: to dry before cutting them. severed from her body. It is "I want to talk to Bro. Young Dry rot is also a fungus dissupposed the deed was commi- privately." Every one present ease. Pototoes sometimes aptted by a burglar, who got into except Hampton and myself left pear to be perfectly sound, yet the room waking the girl. She the room. He told me his weak- when cut show a brown line of started to make an alarm, when ness and his sin and said: "I have varying thickness just, within she was strangled with a table- intended to reconsecrate my life the skin and often following the cloth and her throat cut. Every to God for a long time." He said greater part of the circumfereffort is being made tov find the "I have changed my life and have ence. This is the work of a dry murderer. The physicians say repented of my sins and pray to rot fungus, generally, in Kenthat the girl could not possibly God every day." I asked him if tucky, a species known as Fusa-riuoxysporum. Such potatoes have committed the deed. he wanted me to hold a service There were no men folk in the with him. and he said: "yes, I ought always to be rejected. iouseat the time. The girl's want to get back to God" We They are certain to convey the No treatparents are respectable people. called his mother, grandfather disease to the crop. and Mr. Beard into the room and ment will reach the fungus withThe Graded School at this in the presence of this little auin the potatoes. When buying place, under the management of dience and God we read and potatoes is well to cut some of it Prof. C. Turner and a competent prayed. We all rejoiced in a them to see if the disease is prescorps of assistant teachers, closed sacred nearness to God and Hamp- ent. a very successful term here last ton found his way, back to the Both scab and dry rot fungi reweek, The examinations and Lord Jesus. main in the soil for a time, hence other exercises throughout the While he was sick his mother old potato land is likely to pro closing were very satisfactory, was giving him some water in a duce more badly diseased potashowing that the pupils have glass and he told her to pour it toes than new land. greatly advanced during the all out so he could see through (1) The selection'of sound seed, Bchool year. Prof. Turner is a the glass and give him the testa (2) treatment with formalin or iiard worker, his every move- ment, and he tried to read. "The corrosive sublimate, and (3) roment showing that he felt a deep just shall live by faith." Bro. tation, are the means by which Interest in the success of the Z. T. Williams visited him and both of these pests may be school. His zeal was no less said: ' 'Hampton trust in the Lord, avoided. manifested by the teachers who you do, don't you?" He said: H. Garman, were under him. "I certainly do." Then mother, Entomologist and Botanist, brothers, sisters and Kentucky Agricultural Experi Col. Roosevelt, who recently father, ment Station. returned to the United States, friends, lias been busy since his arrival, Let faith exalt your joyful voice, From Illinois. conversing with Progressive leadAnd now in triumph sing, ers. He says that he will, visit Oh grave, where is thy victory, Tallula, May, 16 1914. .every State in the Union. It is And where, 0 Death, thy sting? Editor News: . ;Said that there is no probability Jesus 1 while our hearts are bleedI will try and write again. I the old liners and the Proof ing, left Toledo Iowa May 12th, and gressives coming together. O'er the spoils that death hath arrived at Tallula the 13th. I nt , it,"1 s, rge Last Saturday morning, May the 17th, the death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wolford and took away their much loved son, Hampton. He had been a great sufferer for several weeks. Physicians from Louisville and Campbellsville assisted Dr. Gabbert in the case. Yesi all- - that physicians,-- family ancF'ffierids and loved ones could do was done, but all in vain. Death is our mortal appoint ment, protracted sickness or con tinued illness may not come to us'all, butdeath is certain. David said: "ihe living know that they shall die." Death ihvates the home and takes away our loved ones, though we theorize, specu late, guess and try to explain it away, yet we must return to the "It is apconclusion of Paul. pointed unto men once to die and after death the judgment." Hampton was born in October, The earth and sea shall give up All Outdoors Invites Your their dead and the corruptable KODAK boddies of those who sleep in Him shall be changed and made Its Summer, the outdoors are calling. like unto His glorious body. Then There's healthy recreation for those who Mall we know as we are known, answer the call, and "a 'world of enjoy- for, r ment in making pictures of the beauties There is a land above, which nature unfolds. Where parting is unknown, Before you accept the invitation we A whole eternity of love, . invite you to inspect our stock of Form'd for the good alone, all;thats best from the KODAK City. And faith beholdsthe dying here, We do Developing and Printingi ' Transplanted to a happier Murray Ball , sphere. Agent Eastiflati Kodak Co. Columbia, Ky. Luther C. Young. : cq-dial- Locust Grove Stock Farm For the Season of will offer for Ball Chief 3806, A.S. H. R. 1914 I Putr-licServi- ce, ly at ': $25.00 to Insure a Living Colt. DESCRIPTION: , BALL CHIEF, in color Is a rich red chestnut, star and snip, right hind pastern white, 5 years old, 16 hands high, has fine head and beautiful long slender tapering ears, has an extremely long thin biady 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 carrjes at all times to suit the. most fastidious. He . Notice to the Public General Blacksmithing Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly done. All kinds of Rubber Tires.put on. Special (attentioD to.IIorse Shoeing. Prices right and -- . satisfaction Guaranteed,, . .. has a: good strong short back and- a most excellent set of feet and legs. He is nicely broken and Raited, and goes all his gaits in a most attract' ive manner, . , Shop on Depot Stjnear L, & N Depot ' ., . j. PHONE.. 0,' 75 , JEFF PARSON,' Campbellsville, Ky. ' -- " guess I left a in time. I don't think I care any more about Iowa. We had an awful storm the 10th, of May. The wind awful hard and blew down barns and silos, and blew one man's wagon through his poultry house so you can see it was an awful storm. The people at the place where I worked were so scared. I didnot get the least bit fright-ened.bthe house shook awfully and the lightning kept me a ; good light. ut BALL CHIEE. has. for his sire the champion Montgomery Chief , by Bourbon Chief" 976. by Harrison Chief 1 606, he by Clark Chief. Tst dam Louise Cabell 5:900, by Red Squirrel 53, 2nd dam Juella C. by Jewell Denmark 70. he by Washington Denmark 64: 3rd. dam Dew Drop, by Artist 75. 4th.,dam by Cabell's Lexiston. He has proven himself a breeder of s and is in every way wor1 36 1 high-clas- thy of your careful consideration. RavenlBird 6550 A. S. H. R. By Red Bird G. 1956, he by Joe Brown 1955, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, he by Gist's Black Hawk. 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. 4th. dam Bonnie ' Brown, by Nat Brown 81. Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bayfull 1 6 hands high, 7 yearsjold, he has the best of eyes, feet and legs, a beautiful head and neck, a very heavy well set tail, which he at all times carries to perfecpossesses 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 tion. He Well, I have met lots of my old Kentucky friends here at this place. I Was in Tallula yes- terday afternoon and the first Ed Wething-to-n one I saw was-Mand Miss Alma Goode, both from near Clementsville, Ky. Mr. Ed had just arrived, left Kentucky the 13th, so we were all glad to see him. I have visited my old chum, Paul Goode, near Petersburg, and you bet he was glad to see me and I sure r. Bird, who has perhaps sird as many high-clashow and sale horses as any stallion in Kentucky, and traces on his dam's side to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all horsemen to be one of the greatest sires that ever lived. Raven Bird is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excellent breeder, and we have every reason to believe that, if he is given an opportunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his worthy sire. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. ss Marion. Marion is a black Jack with white points, 5 years old, 15 hands high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and ears. He has lots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features of a Jack. He has proven himself very sure and a most excellent breeder. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. first-class m was him. So I will close as I have to go up town. Yours Truly, C. E. Tucker. 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 prepared to take care of mares sent to me from ' Rugby. A. S. Chewning, Columbia, 'Ky. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Pickett -- and daughter, Cytha, of Pyrus, and'Mrs. Emmaline Firquin, of Good Luck visited at the home of your scribe last Saturday and Sunday. T. J. Thompson transacted business at Red Lick last Thursday. T. J. Rossen and daughter and J. E. Rossen and daughter transacted business at Columbia last Past the half million mark have gone the figures of Ford 'progress. More than five-hundred Thursday. We hope that the railroad will come to Columbia. It will be a paying investment if you will look at the amount of freight go- thousand Fords have been sold to date. We couldn't give you better proof of Ford merit. Everywhere you'll find the Ford the favorite car. Five hundred dollars is the price of tfid Ford the touring car is five fifty: the Detroit' complete town car seven fifty-f.o..equipment. Get catalog and particuwith lars from The Buchanan Lyon Co., Incorporated, Campbellsville, Ky.,Jagents for Taylor, Green andAdair counties. run-about; ing out and coming into the county. If we had a railroad this would be the finest country on earth. kj, b. , Gov. McCreary will 'appoint a We we would., United States Senator to fill out A won, at :this Bad, meeting, was sure glad to get back?to this sad place. There was small-po- x Not much news this week. and typhoid fever in Toledo, sol Every body is too busy. Our Sunday School is progressing nicely with F, A. Strange as Superintendent. I - . ,. i ' 'BOB ADAlK COUNTTNEWS fr It BAKING POWOL3 Absolutely Pur& The only Baking Powder made from Royal GrapeCream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE ROYAL The following-i-s Mrs. C. T. Cheatham ind Mrs. Bob Cole were shopping in Burkesville Monday. h Miss Bettie Jane Irvin is visiting Miss Mary Ruth Winfrey, FMaaaasMHHiHSM' What you want in paint is one that floyrs freely from the brush, that spreads evenly, but has enough body to stay spread. . at this writing. Mr. James Cheatham made a trip to Columbia last Ijlonday. Mr. Pem Cole and Mrs. Edna Hurt were married on the 17th by Maj. Tom Baker. Also Mr. Marsh Dillon and Miss Lucy Baker were Married by Rev. Caugh- s ron, near Sugar Grove. Misses Ruth Thomas and An- You can shut your eyes and tell from tha feel of the brush, as you paint, that Hanna's Green Seal Paint You can feel it Fifth Sunday Meeting. smooth, elastic and tenacious it cling to the wood, and in after years you can see it cling. full-bodied, the program of the Ff th Sunday meeting to Honor Roll Graded School. be held at Mt. Gilead, in Green county, on Saturday and Sunday, The following is the Honor Moy 30th and 31st. 19i4: Roll for the Columbia Graded Saturday, May 30th. School for month of May: 10:00 Devotional Exercises, Additional Locals. !ii noticed him give a quick motion way and entered upon its end- are ignorant of the real meanwith the lines and let them drop less heritage, wearing a crown ing and circumstances relative te Marjorie Kelsey, 10:15 The Infancy of the very suddenly and when she of righteousness. this place. Some possibly beMargaret Patteson, Church without a Sunday-Schoo- l, May we, dear sisters and broth- lieve that it is a place where turned to see what was the matNellie Strange, ter, he was dead did riot seem ers, in this, our mutual loss and haunts reign supreme, where suLiicile Winfrey, H. S. Robinson,' W- - Bryant. to breathe or speak again. sorrow, lean trustingly on thei perstitious ideas and superstition Bertha Whited, 10:45 Round table conduct by He was born in Russell county strong arm of Him Who provided are being practiced and taught Milton Murrell, .the pastor. near Montpelier, May 4th, 1843. this gateway of' transcension as they were in ancient heathen Allen Patteson. 11:00 Sermonj He was a son of Dr. Milton from this life to God's paradise, dom. A place where silver wingefe Rev. S.s P, Stapp. SecondJGrade. Wolford, one of the pioneer phy- - realizing that; fairies held moonlight consulta12:00 Adjournment for dinWillard Browning, sicians of that community. He "His is the arm that never; tires tions and celebrated their pecs-liAlleneNell," ner. When human strength gives gift of enchantment by was 71,years old his last birth-da1:30 Missions the aim of the Frances Russell. way; When he reached his dance, song and festivity. M. Shiveley. r church. ThirdJGrade. His is the. love that never fails young manhood he was married But such is not the case. ' In' 2:00 The tithas and the offerWhen earthly loves decay." Matiel Breeding, our native Stkte, in Marion Co., to Miss Martha Darnell in 1860. C. Turner. ings, Dear mother' was born seven Rachel Coffey, just across ther Knob from' Rileys In a short time he built him a s 2:30 Administering one's es- 1 miles East of Columbia, Adair Marshall Paull, Station, in a place remote almost new home nearftis father.. county, Kentucky, on September laie j.ur uuu, Craycraft. Mabel Rosenbaum, from habitation 'where, a generIn 1861 or 1862, in the spirit of O. P. Bush, Bro. Levi.-3:0- 0 24th, 1&30, was converged to Leda Strange, ation ago the rank thistle rioddefi true patriotism he left his young Informal discussions by section' have bride and home and enlisted in Christ in early womanhood under in the wind and the wild fox dug Farmers of this Keith Beck, lvolunteers. the preaching of that faithful James Frankum. about finished planting corn. Co:, B. 13th Ky Inft., O. B. Pathis hole unscared" is a peculiar 3:30 Adjournment. servant of God Bro. Ballinger Mr. T. I. Smith, of Cane Val- terson's company, and served freak of nature in the form of Fourth Grade, Sunday, May 31st. Wright, and united with the consteep precipice, where a young ley, was visiting at Mr. M. D. his country as a faithful soldier Robert Gill, 10:00 Devotional Exercises. gregation at old Zion church, on lady in the bloom and flower of Grider's Tuesday night. to close of the war. When he Bertha Yates, 10:15 Training for service in Russell creek, and after a long youth became despondent anS Miss Florence Dillingham, of returned from the war he reMell Sinclair, the Sunday-Schoo- l, and toilsome life of trials, bodily neigh plunged from the topmost peat Virginia Smith, N. Philips. Illinois, is visiting relatives at mained in the old home affliction ana iaitntui service, into the realms of Eternity. ' borhood for some years and then Mauy Summers. this place. 10:40 Consecration, May 2nd, 1914, in she finished on The singing at Shiloh Sunday moved over on Green River and her 84th year, the race that was She was of a prominent familj Grade. S. Dudgeon. Fifth W. lived there a few years, then descending from a good lien ol 11:00 Sermon, Rev. C. Turner. afternoon wa largely attended Estell Denney, set before her. Roley, living in that moved near true Virand was quite a success. To my dear sister and brother, ancestry, the blood of a Lilliad Logan, One of Morgan's Men. neighborhood the rest of his life. de-Miss Mary Hadley and Mrs. who by your continued devotion ginian coursed her veins and Nellie Simms, children were born to this by Lucien Kichards, of Russell Nine and cheerful ministrations, have spondency was brought about Katie Taylor, of the yellow roses, Girl union, and all of them attended Springs, were visiting in this contributed most toward reliev- failure in life, financially, of her In the glow of a bygone day, Eva Walker. the funeral service but one Mrs. Dark were your eyes with dreaming, community a few, days ago. ing the tortures of her declining lover, who was ambitious ,and Eighth Grade. alway, Wistful your smile Ford, who was not able to be days, may you be comforted by true to his manhood and to her. Mr. J. O. Polley, who left here And I, your gay young lover, Margaret Lovett, George, the Had small chance of wooing you then a short time ago for Illinois, there. John and recalling Jesus' assurance He frankly admitted his failure Anna Eubank. eldest. For you were a girl of Kentucky twin brothers, are "Greater love hath no man than in life and declined to accept her writes that he and his tfamily And I one of Morgan's men. Ninth Grade. His wife preceded ks , that a man give his life for hand in marriage. The result of are satisfied and are getting good years to I can see you yet as you waited the Home Lan Ruth Hamilton, 'Neath the elm by the old yard gate, wages. riend." And while you which was the fatal leap. He Mr. Wolford made a as my horses And your heart beat fast Paul Hamilton, t been called upon to wandered around for a few years There will be a singing at ion of religion in his hoofs, Creel Nell. pntire sacrifice, yet we For Young Love had found his mate. Shiloh the first Sunday afternoon hood davs and united with the and strong drink overcame him Tenth Grade. High were my hopes and my heart, feel that your tireless devotion in June. Every body come. dear, Baptist church at old Liberty, Rex Holladay, to her shall come up as a memo- and death claimed its own in I laughed at your bodings then, The Spoke factory at Mr. E. near the old home, and lived a Edgar Diddle. a Western State prison. And I left you, my Lady of roses, rial before the Father. A. McKinley.s place have finish- faithful Christian life the balance To ride with Morgan's men. Finally, may this sorrowing, Eleventh Grade. These facts were given to me ed turning spokes, and are now of his days. Some years ago he on the moonlit road, Scurry of hoofs sanctifying event serve only by an old colored man who was Grace Conover, Flashing of swords in flight, moving their mlachineryto united with the Christian church but to engage us all more earnestly acting as guide for our surveyDaredevil song 'midst the roar of guns, Campbellsville. Kate Gill, at Roley, where most all of his "Daredevil charge through the night, in the love and service of Him Emmett Riggins, ing party while we were actually Here with the twilight shadows, There will be a singing at people are members. Who is able to conduct us to a reBryan Garnett, There when day broke again; The writer has been intimately standing on the brink of the Clear Spring the fourth Sunday Likethebolt of the fierce white lightunion with her. Smith Gilh afternoon in May, to be conduct- axquainted with him from early When on the 16th cf January, precipice and with such force ning Mary Myers, childhood, and I think I can safeWas the rush of Morgan's men. ed by Anderson Murrell. 1913, I for the last time clasped and effect were they given I Dora Eubank. ly say he was a clean Christian But the war was not for our winning, Mrs. Ellen Blair, who has been to my aching bosom the dear, shall never have cause to doubt Girl of the days of yore. Local Market. quite sick, has about recovered. man, faithful to his family, and emaciated form of her, my dearOutworn we were and outnumbered, Respectfully, an obliging neighbor. There are Beaten and bruised and sore Mr. George Hayes, of Russell est earthly friend, my love and Yet from defeat you called me only 8 of Company B. left. A E. G. Hardwick. County, was visiting his brother, Back to your heart again fidelity can best be expressed in 13 Eggs splendid citizen, has gone to his And lifted your loyal lips to my kiss Mr, J. D. Hayes, a few days ago. 12 HenB these lines: Kentucky Death Rate. Alas for Morgan's men! A. Friend. reward. r 18 Chickens Mrs. G. L. Blair was visiting "The sweetest face in all the Love, the breath of your roses .' 3 . Cocks world to me, in Memory of Mother. her mother, Mrs. Mary A. HadWas never half so sweet Kentucky has a population ol1 , 00 As your smile when into the "way of Turkeys Set in a frame of snow-whiley, of Russell Springs, last SatG Geese peace" 2,336,277, and during the year hair; urday night and Sunday. The saddest word in language With eyes whose language is You guided my weary feet. 10 Ducks 1913, exclusive of 18 And that smile is still my sunshine, is separation, and one of the heartWool spring clipping. fidelity, And the dreams you were dreaming or IS 15 Hides (green) This is my mother. Is she not teere were 30,643 deaths, Another Old Soldier Gone to Rest. rending trials in mortal experi. then 40 Have all come true for a fellow Feathers most fair? deaths per each 1,000, for the ence is the breaking asunder of 5 60 Ginseng Who was one of Morgan's men.W. C. Wolford, of Roley, this ties that bind human hearts in Let fortune smile or frown, year. --Eleanor Duncan Wood. 25 . Beeswax whiche're she will, county, passed away suddenly love especially the matchless The number- of deaths per 275 YellowRoot matters not, I scorn her fickIt Cole Camp. and without warning on May the love and devotion of a sainted May Apple(per lb) thousand each year in the State le ways; He had started that mother to her adoring children. I never shall be quite be quite varies but-ver6th. 1914. little, and there The farmers of this neighbor- morning to take his daughter Jtother has gone from us, but bereft until, are only a few states that have a hood are busy planting corn. home, who had been visiting him Jesus says; "Fear not. I shall I lose my mother's honest smaller, death death rate than blame or praise." Mrs. J. A. Parrish visited Mrs. a few days. When about a quar- make death the gateway to parF. M. Montgomery Kentucky. Nearly all the eastJane Parrish last Sunday. ter of a mile from home and near adise for you all." Roosevelt, Oklahoma ern states gave a larger rate than Breeding of the Christian church, they were So although our finitet natures Mr. Garnett I Sf BOURBON POULTRY CURE Kentucky. Even the State of Amandaville returned home from talking something about the new must grieve and mourn in this Lovers Leap. ;sVi dotra a chick's throat caress buggy he had recently bought, temporary separation, we know rapes. A few drops in the Nashville, one day last week. California, the great health redrinking water cores and the sweet and gentle Bpirit " The reading public no doubt prevents cholera, diarrhoea. Misses Nettie and Sarah Keen, and the last words he said, were, that sort, has a'rate of over'14 to the and other chick diseases. One 60c bottle makes 12 gallons of will do me as long as ,1 will of our adored one has only passed have all heard and read of "Lov spent Sunday with the Misses "It medicine At all drnccists. bample and booklet on 'Dis- and many perhaps 1,000. need a buggy, and his daughter through the portal of this gate eases of Fowls" Bent FREE. JTlelcher. First Grade. W. S. Dudgeon. :- -- nie Cole spent Sundaynight with Miss Mary Fletcher. Uncle Jim Morrison has hived twenty-seye- n swarms of bees this spring, and has fifty-tw- o stands. Mrs. Nannie Sparks visited Mrs. Kate Fletcher, Sunday. Silas Stephenson lost a mare and colt'"' last week. Umea Fletcher lost two twin colts. James Cole happened to a bad accident one day last week. He was plowing ,and stopped his horse, and it got frightened and ran for an hour. Mrs. Annie, Ruth and Joe Baker Thomas, Misses Lora, Bessie and Mary Fletcher visited Mrs. Emma Stephenson, Thurs-dax. There is no secret qbout ,makiag good durable paimt The formula is en every can f the Green Seal Paint. FOR SALE BY Jeffries Hardware' Store, Kentucky. Columbia, ar y. y. - " youiTmtL "xrm iKk To-da- y. te still-birth- s, - - y rwnROP Bterton Rented? ONE 0 ers-Leap,- " . Co.leisct,Ij. i' THE 'A0MK eOUNTY.NEWS -- trtl yERT!RJ$Bfl. Kentucky Fair Dates. The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1914, as far as reported. Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of dates: Mt. Sterling, July 215 days. Harrodsburg, July 284 days. Berea, July 293 days. Taylorsville, Aug. Mt. Vernon, Aug. Leitchfield, Aug. - Coughed for Three Yours. If I keep constantly on hands a nice line f Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and ladies Robes, also a nice Hurse. Location over Cumberland Grocers Co., Columbia, Ky. Phone 52 A. "I am a lover of your godsend to humanity and science. Your medicine, Dr. King's New Discovery, cured my coughjof three yearr standing," says Jennie l?lemming,of New Dover Ohio. Have you an annoying cough? Is ib stubborn ann won't yiele to treatment? Get a 50c bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery What it did for Jennie Flemming it will do for you, no matter how stubborn or chronic a cough may be. - It stops a cough and throat and lung trouble. Eeliefor money back. 50c and $1.00. Kecom Ad. mended by Paull Drug Co. to-da- y. A Permanent Cure For Chronic Constipation without griping and without shock to the system. It contains tonic properties that strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles so that in time medicines of all kinds can be dispensed with and nature is again solely relied on. Among the legions who testify to these facts are J. F. Blankenshlp, Sharon. Tenn., and Beulah L. Rogers, Kosmosdale, Ky., and they always have a bottle of it in the house, for it is a reliable laxative for all the family from infancy to old age. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying It in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St., Monticello, 111. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful couch and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by J. fi. Jones. Daily Courier - Journal $6. 00 a Year Sunday Beckham will carry the Third district by a larger majority than Perryville, Aug. 123 days. Stanley will get in the Second Vanceburg, Aug. 12 4 days. and here also McCreary is a We would be pleased to send the Daily State Journal until April last poor third. Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from for $1.25. If you want to keep in Columbia, August 184 days. In the Fourth District it is now until the first of April for 50 cents. in touch with the doings at FrankHardinsburg, Aug. 183 days. while Beckham by a big majority al- Or better still we will furnish the fort should the Legislature is in session, you have the State Journal. Shepherdsville, Aug. though Stanley may carry a Adair County News, one year and the days. county or two. McCreary will Stanford, Aug. 193 days. not averages 200 votes to the Lawrenceburg, Aug. 194 Birdseve view ot our Plant 114 days. 43 days. 53 days. district to amount to anything. Although those may dispute It who have not tried It, yet thousands or others, who speak from personal experience, assert that there Is a permanent cure for chronic constipation. Some testify they were cured as little as fifty cents, years ago, for that the and never came back on them, while trouble others admit they took several bottles before a steady cure was brought about. The remedy referred to is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It has been on the market for over a quarter of a century and has been popularized on its merits, by one person telling another. The fact that its strongest supporters are women and elderly people the one3 most persistently constipated makes it certain that the claims regarding it as a permanent cure for constipation have not been exaggerated. It is not violent like cathartic pills, salts or waters, but operates gently, DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. 50c AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY 84 Special Attnetin to Eyes Courier - Journal days. county. Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am veil fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED Elizabethtown, days. Grayson, Aug. Shelbyville, Aug. 253 $2.00 a Year Best Natioual News a State News Local News t. ( 294 days. Aug. 263 days. Frankfort, Sept. 14 days. Alexandria, bept. 1 5 days. days. Barboursville, Sept. Market Reports Foreign News Political News of Everything 23 Tompkinsville, Sept. 24 days. Hodgensville, Sept. 83 days. Scottsville, Sept. 103 days. it 4 for Everybody Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Sept. 146 days. Horse Cave, Sept. 234 days. Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, Sept 29- -5 days. Glasgow, Sept. 304 days. Most Prompt and Effectual for Bad Are you interested in what is feking place day by day all over In the Fifth District the opposition to Beckham is nearly equally divided at present between McCreary and Stanley, and Beckham has as large vote as either one of them. If the opposition to Beckham unites on either Stanley or McCreary the District will probably give a small plurality against Beckham. We do not know the situation in the Sixth District, but Beckham's friends are confidently claiming it. In the Seventh District the race is between Beckham and McCreary with the chances in favor of Beckham and with Stanley third. HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. ON BDRK5V1LLE Joseph q Jamstown, H. w Stone, Attoney-At-La- Will practice r this and adjoining counties. -- : Kentucky Q "Largest in Dixie" P. SMYTHE for W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated HRE INSURANCE and u Louisville, Kentucky. REAL ESTATE WHOLESALE Windows, E)oors, Blinds, Mouldings, EVERYTHING IN the world ? If you are you NEED THE COURIER-JOURNAL. is an agent in your town giye him a trial order one month Daily 50 cents, with Sun- If there day 75 cents. is no agent in your town give order to the paper in Which this advertisement ap-- , pears (you may get a special club- Ifthers colds. When you have a bad cold you want a remedy that will not only give relief but effect a prompt and permanent cure, a remedy that is pleasant to take a remedy that contains nothing injurious. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets all these requirements. It acts on nature's plan, relieves the lungs, aids expectoration, opens the secretions and restores the system to a healthy condition. This remedy has a world wide sale and use, and can al ways be depended upon. Sold by Paull Drug Co Ad. Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog S In the Eighth District the fight is also between Beckham and McCreary with the chances favorable to Beckham and with Stanley a good third. Beckham will carry the Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Districts by a large majority and Stanley will divide the ormosition. 11 ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood "I was suffering from pain in my stomach, head and back." ivrites H. I T. Alston, Kaleigh, JS. U., "and my 1 iver and kidneys did not work right, but four bottles of Electric Bitters made me feeJ '"ke a new man." PRICE 50 CTS. At ALL DRUG STORES. Made A New Mian Of Him. Electric Diners bing rate,) or send the order irect to the Courier-Journa- l. AL Just d- How The Senatorial Race Looks. get a larger ma- - and American Fence. OVER WEEKLY COUIER-JOUR-NMr. Tom Cromwell, of has been discontinued, ton, the Kentucky political wribut FARM AND FAMILY, a ter for the Cincinnati Enquirer, most excellent illustrated monthly and an open advocate for nominamagazine, is a worthy successor. tion of A. O. Stanley for the n The price is only 25 cents a year. hisletter of last Sunday con Ask for a sample copy. ceded that Beckham had the race won over McCreary and Stanley Courier-JournCompany with both of these candidates in INCORPORATED the field against him and probLouisville, Ky. ably would win it over either one of them the other should Residence Phone-1B Business Pho e 13 P withdraw. Sen-ate,ial JKfi the First, Second, Third Districts over Mc- reary man mcureary win get votes in the rest of the State. His majority over Stanley in Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 112-11- CO- - Ijjrnjra ' EXPERIENCE 65 YEARS' Trade Marks Designs Seventy, Eighth, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh will exceed Stanley's total vote in the first four Congressional Districts. Beckham's totol vote in the State will be greater than that of Stanley and McCraery 6 Eaat Malket Street Between PirstjamTBrook Louisville. Ky- - Anyone sending a sketch and description may quietly ascertain our opinion free whether on invention ts probably patentable. Ccmmunica-tlon- s strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents sent Tree. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through ilunn & Co. receive rpecial notice, without charge. In the handsomely Illustrated weekly. largest circulation of any scientific Journal. Terms. $3 a year: fonrmonths.il. Soldbyall newsdealers. A rtnsvRiCHTS &.C Scientific American. Branch Offlce. G5 com-bine- d. Great Bar a,a i n The Louisville Daily Herald And the MUNH &Co.3S4Broadwaif' New York F SU Washington. I). C Program. The following is the program Are You a Woman? DR. gressional District will be close WaljDENTIST between Beckham and Stanley for the Decoration at Bear low, May 30th: Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g with Beckham having the best 9 Singing conducted by Lucien chance to carry it. A political up Stairs. Burton and others. correspondent from Paducah Columbia, - Kentucky gives ten out of 10 Preaching by A. Whitten. the thirteen 11 Decoration of graves. counties to Beckham, but we 12 Dinner. hardly think it will be that 13 Preaching by S. P. Sullivan much. McCreary is undoubtedAll old soldier are invited. ly a poor third in the First disEvery body come and bring Land Owners J. N. MURRELL In our opinion the Frst Con- Adair County News One Year Each i Office Cardui F4 The Woman's Tonic Stirveyin Attention. trict. For S3.50 This offer will hold good for only a short time. If you wanttokeep posted in politics and current events, subscribe now. Come, bring or send your subscriptions to this, ofiibe. FOR SALE AT ALL DRU68STS baskets. There will T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do Stanley will carry the Sec disbe no stand on the ground. your Surveying correctly. trict but only by a small majorM. W. Smiley, Chairman. He has thirty-thre- e years . ity. Hi3 principal contender in J. B. Burton. experience. Charges reai every county in the district will sonable. Phone 74 or J. D. Burton. r be Beckham and the indications m . write are,that Beckham will carry sev- I now have a Rubber Tire Machine .T.'C Faulkner, that puts' rubbers on to stay. '"Work' eral of the counties. MeCreary guaranteed. Columbia, Ky. S. F. Eubank. , is not in the race in the Second well-fille- d I, fl. JOtfES and Dentint Special attention-given Uetevlnany Surgeon years experience. ' to Surgical and Dental work. at residence near - Graded School, buildiag., 29-2- t. PHONE -- NO.'tftff' ' s t" i: 1 JU-Sj- iU- - 1 &,AiAlR, COUNTY NEWS flfflttttD After Fore Years of Discouraging . J. Jh THE mm m j'b DESPAIRING wUItfb. L0USVLLF had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. I Conditio, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up m Despair. , TIMES FOR 1913 Husband ,r Cane to Rescue. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its thorium waste of the gas mantttJ industry is gaining popular faror-i- n Germany as a remedy for canThe following is the program of the Fourth District Convention of the Christian Church which will convene at Cocer. lumbia on Friday night, before the first Sunday in June. Egg- - shaped receptacles in which eggs can be boiled with FRIDAY NIGHT, DISTRICT SESSION out their shells and served, have 7:30 Song Service led by Luther Young been patented by two residents 7:45 Bible Study and Prayer W. . Frazee of Washington, D. C. 8:00 9:00 Address by the President Sub. The Problem of the Country Church and How to Solve it. Open discussion following Appointment of Committees and other business PROMAM BRIGHTER, BETTER, Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from, womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : ''I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman'stonic. It has helped this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has In my left side; sold Cardui for years. nd BiGCER THAN EVER TIE BEGUUR PRICE OF SATURDAY MORNING BIBLE SESSION 9:00 Song Service led by W. H. Cundiff 9:10 Bible Study and Prayer 9:25 1 0:00 1 0:50 11: Japan is rapidly developing the celluloid industry as all the raw materials for its manufacture except nitric acid are duced in that country. pro- W.H.Elliott THE LOUISVILLE TIME! Annual Message from State Worker The Bible School and Missions. C W. Harrison, L. Young How to Teach Adults W. J. Clark Is the Organization of the Modern Bible School By the use of a new form of IS $5.00 A YEAR a Help to He knows what The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recom-me- IP YOU WiLL SEND YOUR ORDEI ment relieved me for a while, but I was it Begin taking Cardui today. TO US, YOU CAN GET Ladles Write to: soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept..ChatUnooza Medicine Co., Special Chattanooga, Tenn., for Instructions on your case and book. Home that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment for Women." sent In plain wrapper. ge 11:30 12:15 1 Tobias Huffaker, F. J. Barger Roll Call of District Officers and Schools by Stale Worker Adjournment for Noon Intermition Bible Study hydraulic transmission motor trucks can be driven at varying speeds while the engines are running at a constant rate. Rheumatism QuicKly cured. "My sister's husband had an attack of rheumatism in his arm " writes 3 well known resident of Newton, Iowa. "I gave him a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment which he applied to his arm and on the next morning the rheumatism was gone." For chronic muscular rheumatism you will find nothing better than Chamberlain's Liniment Ad. Sold by Paull Drug Co. AFTERNOON BIBLE SCHOOL and CHURCH SESSION :30 Song Service led by W. E. Frazee :40 Bible Study and Prayer led by J. S. Chilton Business Session: x 1 THE ADAIR COUNT! To feed horses without waste Spoons can be prevented from falling into kettles by making of grain, a nose bag has been ined 1:50 NEWS AND (a) Reading Minutes of last meeting by Sec (b) Annual Report of Sec. (c) Annual report of the Churches of the District (d) Convention Offering cuts in their handles and vented in which the contents are folding the points back to form fed gradually to the bottom from a magazine. hooks. Russia is the home of nearly of the world's Jews, of gasoline German automobilists one-haare turning to Benzol for fuel, and is the only country with a especially for heavier cars and larger Jewish population than the United States. trucks. Because of the increasing price lf 2:30 3: Address, "How Nearly is Protestantism United" J. Q. Montgomery THE LOUISVILEE The Safety of the Teaching of the Christian Church Conditions of Salvation on the TINES BOTH ONE YEAR 4: 7:30 7:45 H. W. Elliott, W. G. Montgomery Election of officers and Reports of Committees EVENING-Education- al Short Items. ilWinter is almost too infirm now to do any more lingering. SATURDAY and Benevolent Session FOR ONLY $4.50. 8: 8:30 Horace Jeffries Address by J. S. Chilton, Supt. Christian Orphans' Home Special Address, "Christian Education", in charge of a Representative of the College of the Bible, Lexington, Ky. ' Song Service led by J. M. Wolford Bible Study and Prayer Kansas is to have two women on the Democratic state ticaet at the next election. More Shan 400,000 acres of land in Oregon will be thrown open to settlers in June. The Daily THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper prin9:30 1 SUNDAY MORNING SESSION ouisville And The Times News Bible School in charge of State Worker Aim 200 and Offering $10. Communion Service conducted by C. W. Harrison Address by W. H. Elliott, Sub. "The Call of the ted anywhere. Has the best corps of corr pondents. Covers the Kentucky field pa ( 0:50 11:15 Cum-berlan- ds Sunday Afternoon and Night, C. W. B. M. Session, in charge of Mrs. L. L. Campbell, State Sec, Lexington, Ky. There are lots of men who talk more religion in ten minutes than they practice in ten years. $1 T.- Adair County It fectly. Covers the general news fiel completely. From Texas. Campbell, May 12, 1914. follows: 1909$15.501910 ST; 1911 $23.9T; 1912 ;$19.50. It cot- Isjthe best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. is Democratic, but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adah County News both for 4.50 per year. Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. Always appreciates trade from Adairjand Adjoining Counties and is constantly s of- fering and giving to ail comers, Bargains in all Lines of goods? jll send Dry Goods, Clothing andSSho to any point, by PWtols Post prepaid. Any goods not satisfactory can be re- a . turned by Parcel Post, if in seven dayy after sent out ;, Woodsofi uewls Editor News: Seeing my other letter in the Has the best and fullest mil columns of the News, will write kets reports. again. We are having plenty of rain. DEMOCRATIC in politics bi Most every body has their corn fair to everybody. plowed the first time. coming up and will be SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP chop in a few days. Al tions point to good crops TI0N RIGHT AWAY , kinds. On the night of May 1st, Campbell sustained a loss to the DENTAL OFEICB amount of about $35,000 by fire, which originated in the Palace Dr. Drug Store about 4 o'clock that DENTIST morning. The drug store occupied the corner building on the OVER PAULL DRUG CO. East side, and a strong wind Columbia, Ky. prevailing, the blaze was swept RH3 PHONE 29. OFFICE PHONH at a rapid rate along the business section, getting the main business block of the town, and is a blow to the business men, although a large portion of the damage was covered by insurance. The exact origin on the and Indigestion caused mo great distress tor two years. I tried many things for fire is unknown. We under relief, but Rotlittlo help, till at last I found it in the best pills or medicine I ever tried stand that the business houses lost and damaged will be replaced with modern buildings. Here are some facts about C.E. Hatfield. Gnyan, W. Va. 25 CEHTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS. Texas. The average value per mmaammmmmimmmmammmgKmmm acre of the 12 leading crops of Texas in 1913, was $15.52, while WELL DRILLER the average for continental United States for the same crops I will drill wells in Adair and was only $16.31. These crops adjoining counties. See me be- constitute corn, wheat oats, barley, rye, buckwheat, potatoes, fore contracting. Latest hay, flax seed, cotton, rice and machinery of all kinds. tobacco, and represent more than Pump Repairing Done. Give 90 per cent, of the total area of me a Call. all crops, 'the Texas average ior theBe crops during 'the four C YATES years prior to 1913, has Been as costs 800,000 to move Texas ton crop 1 mile. brightest These kind of days makes a man feel like a big boy and give him a sneaking desire to play "hooky" from work. one good than, The nights are the Tightest and white idea and carry it into effect folke are the whitest, and drunk- to have a score of good ideas and ards get the tightest in Texas. merely talk about them. The dust flies thickest, guns click Come to Texas where the sun; shines It is better to have clickest and kill a fellow quickest in Texas. fly A trip through this section ju3t now ought to be enough to nighest in Texas. convince anyone that this is the are shyest, anties are slyest garden spot of the universe. the Bt the dryest in Texas. James Triplett The skies are bluest, natural deaths Cheer Up. are fewest, 7T Here whiskey is cursed, hard to tel which is worst, When things ain't going right Die of drowning or thirst, or drink til with you, and you can't make you burst, in Texas. Democrats don't go and Eepublicans? them gee; when business matters No? But its anti or pro in Texas. look real blue, and you fear We have pleniy of candidates bankruptcy; here, eight being for Governor. If this escapes the waste basket I will write again. Respt., E E. Kimbler. Healtha factor in Success. DR. KING'S New Life Pills The largest factor contributing to a man's success is undoubtedly healtn. It has been observed that a man is seldom sick when his bowels are regular-he is never well when they are constipated. For constipation you will find nothing- quite so good as Chamberlain's Tablets. They not only move the bowels but improve the appetite and strenghen the digestion. They are sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad. Easy - when cobwebs gather on your stock, and customers are rare; when all your assets are in hock, don't cuss and tear your hair. Just listen to this sage advice, and take it if you are wise; give every article a price and then go advertise, and. advertise from morn to night don't overlook, a day, and soon you'll see the world grow bright, and things will come your way. Invest in good publicity, and. fortune you will greet and in a little while you'll be way up on street Luke McLuke. Things Worth Knowing. im-yrov- ed J hidden in the seat of a recently patented rocking chair, primarily to hold sewing materials within easy reach. - A roomy drawer- is Indigestion? Can't Eat? No Appetite? A treatment a' Electric Bitters increases your appetite; stops indigestion; you can eat everything. A real spring tonic for liver, kidney and stomach troubles. Cleanses your whole system and you feel fine. Electric JBit-te- rs did more, for Mr. T. D. Peadle's stomach troubles than any medicine hk ever tried. 3etra'bot'tl6 5c to-da- y.' AmateriaroDtained from the land Jl.OO 'BeXJOffiMWded - by; 3?ull Ad. Drug Co. i ,; . thit.adAir county news a-- c "ss-Hf- ,1 J. A "Diddle snent a dav or so last Monday and took a 'wild V in Greencounty, this week with- - ffooae,' chase to Olga. I don't teams, seeing af .know what they went for unless weather is verydryin several of his ter moving Coomer & Gowen'a it was to see B. Antle arid they ; this section at tKis time. got to see him. The girls had a saw mill near this place. The wheat crop is very fine in fine time on the old jolt wagon. Messrs. Morrison & Baker, of fthis community. Last Tuesday the 19th, Owen ' Quite a number of our citizens Columbia, who are sawing hickLawless wife and Lenis Blakey's were summoned to Columbia last ory timber, near this place, will wife both gave birth to babies. r close out at the present location i)riday in the Thomas case GraiyviHe. e the rv 4hQh0mQhQhQhOhQhQhQi -- e aa - ueering Wheat Crop. will Dinaer save your big r I v in a short time. Mr. Morrison J. our midst'a few days ago ter, of Sparksville, were the was in and informed us that they had 2uest of Dr. and Mrs. Simmons where they would test Friday. mill at for the next ' David Kinnaird, of Nell, spent locate their set. ane night last week on the banks We have two of as fine physif Russell Creek fishing. Mr. cians as there are in the county Kinnaird says he had very Jfine and we are certainly proud! !of success, them, and we are glad to say Messrs. Wesley Parson and W. that they are kept busy most ail ). Hunter made a trip to Colum of their time, either in theirjofr bia 'me day this week on busi- - fice, or in the country, andffur- ,,'itess. thermore, we are glad to say to sold the first 4 the public, that they are just as J. A. Parson months old calf that has gone good after fish as they are with out of our town for several years. their patients. For this has been Price received for same was $25. recently here. one of the best On last Saturday morning, as Lucien Bardin, business men in this part the sun was making its appear country, bought last week from ance in the Eastern horizon, your Gilford & Hamilton, of Nell, a humble reporter noticed ourjtwo nice bunch of cattle at $25.00 much needed physicians with all the fishing utensils imaginable, 3&r head. Mr. R. 0. Keltner sold last leaving our town in the direcweek a very valuable mare to tion of Russell's Creek, without W. L. Grady. Price not known. any one knowing of their where(except their better John Moran, of Petis Fork abouts, community, was in our midst one halves,) and if the next day had Sabbath, we would day last week with a very fine not been the say they returned with the "finmule colt. It was one of the est lot of fish that ever came best that has been here this from Russell's Creek., The largseason. ' Misses Mallie and Ora Moss est we noticed on exhibition was 26 inches long and weighed six are visiting friends and relatives pounds. It has been said by m Columbia this week. people who know that this is the Messrs. James Gilpin, Ollie largest that was ever caught out Breeding and Lawrence Gilpin, of Russell Greek. They certain9f Sparksville, in company with ly did have some fine fish. Ed Baker and Lum Hill, of our We will be glad to know when city, drove off last Thursday the railroad question is settled morning in the direction of Rusand it will be settled for sell Creek, with plenty of proa road. Our county will never visions and cooking utensils, fully be developed until we have preparatory .for staying several a railroad. days on the banks of the Creek, Rowes X Roads. in search of fish. We trust they A. Wheeler, wife and daughnot-decide- d These women are sisters. It is a boy at Owens, and a girl at Blakeys. The birth of these babies was one hour a part. Mothers and babies are doing well. Mrs. Bettie Blakey has been quite sick for the ' last few days but is better at this writing. The water boys are hunting water for Mr. Lazenby When they have no bad" luck they find water quick. to-da- y. We also have the Mowers and Rakes. Get our prices before you buy. Look over your old Binders, Mowers and Rakes NOW and let us know what Repairs you need, so as to save money and time when Harvest is here We can get Repairs for most all Binders and Mowers made -- Si i The Jeffries Hardware Store. 4 Our colored mends are going George Cundiff, of Marto have a decoration at Montpe-lie- r, Mrs. ion, Ind., is visiting Mrs. HarJune 6. e4444444444e 44Mfr4444$ riett Cundiff. ThePainter & v fhurlow. fully-demonstrate- d Mr. B. L. Faulkner, proprietor of the Griffin springs, was here Mr. two days of last week. Faulkner is a fine old gentleman, and has a good hand shake and smile for every one. We would certainly be glad to see Mr. Harlan Shaw back on the road again. He has many friends who are deeply interested in him. T. F. Corbin sold his grocery store to Dick Littrell, and returned to his farm in the country. Misses Nannie and Mary Grider, of Craycraft, were visiting Mrs. Mrs. T. I. Smith last week. of-th- e Farmers are about done planting corn. WheaC oats and grass are looking fine. t" -- )&l KnowsGoodPaiiyt fie says:- """a f? "A gallon of Mastic Paint covers more surface, lasts longer, and works freer under the brush than Keg Lead and Oil, or inferior ready mixed Paints." There is fine prospect for fruit in this locality. Mr. Will Lyon, the hustling drummer, was here last week. Mr. George Whitlock and Mr. Schuyler Neat were here last week. MAST! RUNT "The Kind That Lasts I will leave next Saturday for Monroe, Hart Co., where the J. C. Gore, No. 100, Grand Army Post of the Republic, meets to Mrs. Grover Judd and Amanda decorate the graves of the fallen Hartfield, of Camp Knox, were heroes of 1861 to 1864. shopping her last Friday. Breeding. Jamestown. C. B. Mayfield called on the 1 Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt n V S3 ? is made of Pure White Lead, reinforced "with Zinc Oxide and Genuine Linseed Oil in correct proportions. Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction. FREE CT. or write drect for same to Ask for Illustrated booklet "Homes, and How to Patnt Them." and forMaatic Paint Color Card. Incorporated Louisville, Ky. Paull Drug Company, Columbia, l Knight, of Jamestown. Circuit Court convenes here June the 15th. The docket will be a3 large as common with the I work of the officers well up. to reside. Out of 85 applicants who enMr. John Grissom, of Iowa, ill be successful. was visiting'friends and relatives tered the examination here last ' Some, people are nearly ready Mr. Ed Coomer, while plowing Friday and Saturday, there were field, one day last to pray for it to rain. We havn't here a few days ago. It has In his .corn years since he 27 first class certificates issued, week, with a first class mule, the had any rain for two weeks. 7 seconds and one failure. Those ro this state. ground' caved in killing his mule Well, how the farmer has receiving first are as follows: Bompson Janes'' infant instantly. almost, for the last two weeks. Clarence Antle, Maude Prock, d April 27th. Keltner, one of our Mr. P. H. Lawrence Stapp Eliza Web,b, E. W. Hatfield, James ' Alexander passed best citizens, has been on Pearl Kerns were tMBPKvm- i Renzo Voils, S, F. Piercy, S. T. iaab through Breeding enroute to the sick list for several days week. Brother Charley Deener Hopper, R. C. Luttrell, Delia Marrowbone. officiated. Good luck to vVou, is with rheumatism. Harris, Oscar Tucker, E. P. ConMr. Walter EIrod was in Breed- ner, S. A. Breeding, Welby Uncle Jesse Breeding, one of the wish of your many friends. Richards, Edgar Johnson, E. E. our oldest and best citizens, in A. R. Blakey got one of his ing a few days ago. Mr. Frank Reece has been vis- Dunbar. W. G. Leach, Rose Grithe western part of the county, work mules badly hurt this week. ' was in our midst one day the John Turner made a trip to iting friends here the last few der, Kanzada Rexroat, Opal Humble, Logan Robertson, first of the week with one of White Oak last Sunday, among days. Mr. G. W. Dillon and his son, James Burchett, Ethel Wilson, the finest Peacock colts that we his wife's people. Rich, made a trip to Columbia Virgil Popplewell, Pruda Rowe, nave. seen in this section. W. L. The wheat, grass and oats nevGrady's not excepted. the first of the week. Enola Selby, J. B. Smith, and er did look so fine. Irene Haynes. Second: O. L. Mr. Thos. Dowell, bought last McKin-le- y Dock Barnes and Jim Cane Valley. Stephens, Denny Gosser, Elmer week, in Green county, from one have got lots of water in Wilson, Lesby Antle, Elvis FlanMr? Dulworth, a very fine span n Mr. Wyatt Feese, our doors lately. A man their kitchen agan, Annie Roberts and Estelle of work mules, for $375.00, place, is look- Hopper. Cofrom this by the name of Denny, from We have heard a number of lumbia, is here getting water for ing after evil doers this week. of the Odd Fellows our farmers wishing for rain and the people. This is good on old We have one of the best little The front Hall is now being completed unenough for a good tobacco season. women and lazy girls. towns in the county. der the supervision of Attis Mc- Some few have7 as many as twenM. O. Wilkerson and her Mrs. The most of the people will Farland. acres of ground ty or twenty-fiv-e daughter, Miss Rena, and Mrs. get done planting corn this week. Mr. Sidney Dunbar, Stanford, prepared for transplanting and Clara and Mrs. Lorena Wilker'plenty of plants ready. If the Haskin Clark got kicked with son, of Burdick, paid us a flying is visiting his brother, H: H. Dunbar, of this place. season will admit, there will be a mule this week. Dr. Combest yisit last Thursday. called in. Clark is resting Mr. John Story has completed . the largest crop of the weed in was Prof. Dempsey Beard is progr new residence,- which is now this section that we have had uetLCJ. ressing nicely with his Band at his , for seyeral years. There, will be decoration ser- this place. He now has twelve occupied by a Mr Phelps, of Som,. DMr. and Mrs: John -- G6wenof vices at Moores School house members and they" play every erset. Prock, who has re Mr. J. O. Edmonton, visited' their relatives May ,30th. Come and help us. night. Prof. Beard is a natural cently returned from Oklahoma, here one day last. Mrs. Ann Sejby and Kate and musician, and has done as much is busy painting and repairing Mir. Roy Walker, of Nell, in her baby, were visiting here at as any young man to lift our lit- his residence. Pine-villlie uibjr uuir ujl tuc iuu. company with Mr. Ashley PuK Itfeedmore hisweek. 'Hon. Joe F. Bosworth, of liumrorthat community, called Mise& Jpiie .Stearman and Mr. T. I. Smith was ..fishing on was in this town last Tues'enroute for Beulah Rexroat climbed up on Sulphur creek several days of $oIee ifeHwhile day, looting after the interest week.' jmbia oe!day kwt .. Jesse Stearman huckster wagon l&sfc'week! l.of his candidacy for Congress. SijtW xV merchants a few days ago. Mr. Wilson, a candy drummer, was here last Tuesday. Mr. Ed Rosenbaum and family passedthrough Breeding enroute to East Fork where they intend Miss Ollie Crockett, Nashville, Tenn., is visiting Miss Alva Kentucky po o locri U Smart Spring Garments o IO OE g, WH worJalH y-thr- ee A'V A grand spectacle of styles is presented to our patrons in this sale of Suits and Dresses. Every Model, every Fabric, every Style worth having, is included in thla great collection. Latest ideas of JFashion are faithfully and beautifully expressed in these garments. And the cne big satisfactory advantage in buying here is the great money-savinbecause 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 dffer at S5.9d S13.95 and S3.9S. ijpjF'-in-- va $10.00 -- Suits $5.98 $25.00 Suits $13.95 O 0 You can't buy the material for the price we are going to sell these suits for. They are made from pure wool fabrics, nicely tailored and in style: "5 suits in this lot; as long as they last you (Tt QQ can buy a?l0.00 suit for only ,.P up-to-d- J70 These suits are the cream of our stock: all suits of which we have only one or two of a kind have been lumped at one price for quick selling; not a suit in the lot woth less than $13.00; many are worth $25.00. We offer choice of any in (T "J O Q C thelotfor pD.ZD $5.00 Dress Skirts $3.98 We show many pretty models in Dress Skirts: in plain colors as well as the popular shepherd plaids we offer skirt3 that are equal in style, fabric and make to any that other stores charge you ?5 for CQ QQ pO.ZJO our price is only 310 Messaline Silk Dresses $4.98 grand-juryma- $4.98 o GATHOF & 0 M.J. Wet Markets!. Betvoen4fh &BRX. D 5lh. 424 o o Louisville, Ky. Oaox rosD E 3T All Messaline Silk Dresses, of which we have only one or two of a kind, have been lumped into one big lot and marked at one price. Not a dress worth less than SJ.'tO. many are worth $10.00. We offer choice of the lot for . Lu-uaj- r. - -- J e, Finis Blakey and family were their arguments and presentavisiting Mrs. Blakey 's mother, tion of their statistics of the refrom Saturday till sources of the county, the 'Board Glenville, voted to relieve Rus3eli county Monday. Mr. Eli Rabornj Creelsboro, of the entire proposed raise of 10 per cent., and to let our aswas in town Friday. R. E. Lloyd and Elmer Wheat sessment stand as fixed by the were in Frankfort on the 15th, Board of Supervisors. Mr. Justis Hancock, who is to appear before the State Board of Equalization as witnesses se- interested in the manufacturing, lected by Judge Hill to appear of spokes, has moved- - to the before said board to show cause property of B. R; Marcum in why Russell county should not North Jamestown. We are glad be raised 10 per cent , on her to,to in. tal assessment' of Tproperty .for. i, have. Mr.HaucQck, r'f our ' JF-midst: taxation, i914, andafter hearing " -- -- " ' . .3f