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A Tribute. we'll see each other 'in the morning.' May God bless us in all of our beautiM.E. Church In the contest proceedings, instiWritten on the death of Hampton ful Columbia, in our homes by our A Splendid Address Delivered by hearthsides, and in our schools and South.Oolumbia District, was held in tuted by Mr. W. T. Ottley, against Wolford which occurred at Roley, this this place, beginning last Thursday Judge Geo. T. Herriford, for the of- county, two weeks ago-Go- ne churches." Rev. Frederick A. Hamilton. forenoon and continuing until Sun- fice of County Judge of Adair county, in the pride and the bloom ot day evening. The introductory ser- the defendant won out. A great many A Lost Lecture. Other Exercises. your youth, mon was preached by Rev. S. K. Breed- depositions were taken in the case, on Called in the dawning of manhood ing, of Elkhorn, a native of Adair both sides, which were submitted to away, Last Saturday afternoon, at the We didn't meet. I chanced to over- county. Judge J. C. Carter, who put in several Gone, but your soul by the river of hour of four o'clock, many residents take him in the pike leisurely wend- "A District Conference is a business hours in reading same. Thursday truth of Columbia assembled in the cemeing his way towards town wlien I at meeting, as we understand the hear- afternoon he notified the attorneys on tery, the annual custom, to decorate once considered it an instance of mut- ing of reports of ministers and del- both sides that he was ready to hear Happy "and sinless is resting graves of their dead, ones they the ual admiration and friendship, almost egates, the makinf'known of the needs the case argued, and at 7:30 o'clock the Scattered around you are lovely Verloved in their lifetime, and whose a case of love on first sight. His mild of thetvarious churches, and the work same day the argument was comnal flowers, memory they revere. manner and pleasant appearance were that is expected to be accomplished menced. Judge W. W. Jones spoke Emblems of purity silently they After the graves had been decorated indeed captivating. Being in a com- before the next meeting of the Louis- for the defendant, Herriford, and Mr. lie, the congregation" was alled together municative mood I at once began to ville Conference.1 There were many R. L. Campbell and Mr. Ottley ap- Bidding us look from this sad world ot by singing which was followed by a expatiate upon Subjects of vital im- very gratifying reports, and during peared for the plaintiff, both gentleours fervent prayer by Rev. J. S. Chandler. portance, especially our strained rela- the session a number of very interest- men speaking. Upward t o mansions more perfect Mrs. Ray Montgomery then rendered tions with Mexico. To all of which he ing talks were made by both preachers on high. A few minutes after 9 o'clock Judge a solo, most beautifully, and at the appeared to give his univided atten- and laymen. We have not been given Carter rendered his decision. He handSad are our hearts that we will sea conclusion of which came Rev. Hamiltion and perfect assent, offered no ob- the exact number of ministers who ed down rather a lengthy opinion, deyou no more, ' ' ton's address whidh' follows:" jections when I stated emphatically were present. Perhaps three or four ciding that Judge Herriford was duly Vainly we would seek by our tenderexper- -' "Graves are not new in the that both parties over there should be from each county in the district. Dr. elected to the office of County Judge. iencc of the race. They are contempoat once exterminated. In fact seemed R. W. Browder, ofRussellville, who is A record of the judgment was so Your ing of tears spirit's return from that far raneous with sense of bereavement and to be in perfect accord with me on a noted minister of the Louisville made and Court adjourned. distant shore, forgives. Love may, yea, love does, every suggestion willing to submit Conference, put the falling of tears. They are old as in an appearance and Where happy it isresting through' life itself. Truly, life is different to- forget frailty and foible and weak- each question to the decision of my made a number of splendid talks. Good Show. eternity's years. ness. But love will never let go the better informed judgment which natday in many of its aspects and relaThe Conference was cordially rememory of a life that has lived by its urally impressed me with an exalted And O, as your spirit Jis' happy and tions than in the days of our fathers. ceived by the people of Columbia, all This week the Revere-Jackso- n Show, free, is more varied and myriad in its side. Sin cannot weary love, nor opinion of his correct consideration the ministers and laymen comfortably It a band of fourteen vaudeville artists, Resting's in Heaven's eternal glad interests, more complex in its adjust- lapse of time change it. and good breeding flattered myself that located during the session. ''And it is love, and naught else, there was one man if none other who The meetings were presided over by who are here to entertain the entire day, ments. It is swifter in its movement, that brings us, families and friends, was able to recognize a gentleman of Rev. W. F. Hogard, the Presiding Eld-e- r week, the exhibition having opened Mourn we not, then, it was bestifc and the stream has widened and Monday deepened. Yet the habitation of the together this afternoon. parts on first acquaintance while his should be, pf the Columbia district, the most urday night and will close next Sat"Moreover, this love says concerning respectful silence seemed to say, you're night. The show has been on The same hand thatgaveth hathV heart tenants, as of yore, the issues of untiring worker in the Louisville Conlife. The determining motive and ulti- its departed loved ones, that they are right, old: Doctor, talk on. As he rode ference, who will carry to the next the road for eleven years, and its suctaken away. d to all appear- meeting of the Annual Conference a cess has beea wonderful. The sing- Gentle and. peaceful, O mate satisfactions of men and women not forever lost to sight and sense. It near my side, Hampton,ibei and the are much the same as ever they were declares that in the 'Beautiful Isles ance, I could not compare in my imagi- very satisfactory report from his dis- ing and1 acting are first-clas- s your rest, The soul, in its hungers and longings of Somewhere' these live on, and that, nation his modest manner with the trict. He is doing as much for Meth- music is enchanting. It is strictly a Sleeping so calmly while sadly we and aspirations, must achieve its afterawhile, there shall be reunions rude demeanor peculiar to some. I odism as any man. who ever went over moral entertainment. The show carsigh, fluietetude'in the attainment, of the One may not argue with- such instinct wot of who as the boys say will butt-in- , the hill counties of Kentucky, and his ries moving pictures, which is a part Still with our burdens of sorrow opsame far-of- f goals that were set for the as this. Love will have it no other and thereby deprive themselves of arduous duties are performed in a God of the program, wholesome lessons bepressed way but that 'Though a man die, he much valuable information which of ing drawn from them. The price of men and women of the past. fearing and God loving manner. We are resting and waiting for the love is right. course is their misfortune and no fault 15 and 20 cents, lots of "Consider! It is verily true we do shall live again.' And Sunday forenoon Dr. R. W. Browder admission is day that is nigh. ways This instinct of love is infallible. of mine. Thus nearing the post office delivered a very strong discourse to a enjoyment for a small sum of money. many things differently from the Z. T. G. of doing when our fathers lived and There must be no ending" to life Life where we encountered the ponderous packed congregation one of the most Come, every body, evenings of pleasloved and worked. We hold converse is too sacred. Life is too costly. It proportions of the corporeal personali- helpful sermons heard in this town for ure guaranteed to all. Mrs. S. F. White was the hostess of This show is given for the benefit of by wire or without it. We are whirled ftas breathed into it the life of God, ty of my congenial cousin, George Sta many days the Woman's Missionary Society of here and there and everywhither in and God cannot die. If God is forever, ples, and after complimenting the Sunday nfght Rev. M. M, Murrell, the Modern Woodman Lodge, of this the Methodist Church last Monday carriages driven by controlled light- so is life. Love says so, and love is modest manner of my traveling com- of Monticello, addressed the Epworth place. afternoon at her pleasant home on ning. Bird-me- n make conquest of the the sum of life. Love is subtler and panion inquired what his name might League, making a most interesting the river. During the hour plans were cleared-eye- d Result of the Grand Jury. than any science. be to which cousin George facetiously talk. There are but few young men air. But, essentially, we have done more discussed and committe work arranged no more than quickened the pace the Love knows and will take no denial in replied "that's a deaf and dumb man, who are coming to the front, as a min for the Methodist bazaar to be held character of the journey and its desti- this matter of immortality'. A man, JamesGrissom, who lives near town." ister, faster than Rev. Murrell. He Selling liquor 4 early in December. The hostess served nation remain the same. We come at great in many respects, stood one time I have snce decided to have strangers was born and reared in a few miles of Liquor to minor 1 refreshments of iced grape juice and the last, some sooner and some later, at the bier of his brother to say some- say first. Columbia and ftis mother lives in this Petit lerceny l cake, and the afternoon was much ento the scant measure of earth, and tbe thing that might bring oheer to beJ.T. Jones, Trespass 6 joyed by the ladies present. Barden-tow- n, town. All who are closely connected Columbia, Ky. grssy mound shaped and smoothed reaved hearts. But all that he could 1 Selling pistol to minor with him are justly proud of his progFla., Journal. above us by ministration of loving forecast as to the future was that perSelling pistol without license 1 ress as a minister. His schooling has Leaves Midway. Mat,Graues, a colored girl employed hands, as our final inheritance. Mean- haps 'listening faith could catch the not been neglected, and he has the Disturbing worship 3 to-g-o time, manhood is crowned by the same rustle of a wing.' Another man stood at the home of Mrs. Nannie Flowers, Weapons vim 8 forward in his chosen proold' virtues, stained by the same old above the stilled form of -- his dead Gaming fession. Rev. Calvin Chiistie, another I was knocked in the head with a rock deeply regret the going of Bro. sins, and laden by the same old sor- brother, and as he gave thanks for the We 13 thrown by John Allen Williams, also Breach of peace Midway. He has Adair county boy, who has been in the rows. Childhood with song and departed life, and sought succor for J. P. Scruggsjrom colored, last Thursday afternoon just ministry several years, spoke to a Writing Insurace at a different bereaved ones at the throne of the been with us so long that we shall not large laughter, youth with its dream and before dark. The attack was wholly congregation Saturday night. rate from that adopted by heavenly grace, men who heard him know hbw to get along without him. visioning, mature life bearing as of 1 unwarranted, Williams accusing tha the State Insurance Board pas- He, too, is making his mark, his dis old the burden and heat of the day, said that it seemed that as Moody In point of service in a contiuous Elk-hor- n course showing that he is recognized 5 Graves girl of telling something on Felonies . pastor in paying old age stepping westward into the prayed the very heavens opened, and torate he is the oldest him to a girl he, (Williams, deAssociation. During his pastorate as a minister of ability. He is a son 45. his respects. The wounded girl was Total lengthening shadows of the setting the angels of God ascended and of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Christie, of done not seriously hurt. sun this even unto now is the sum of scended on the devoted head of that of eight years at Midway he has work Knifley who pride in the son who is The Yea, love, of A gentleman who has been over a the tale of human life. Times have godly sonsaysman.' glimpse taught a most' excellent work. prospered in engaged in such a noble calling. Durthe after-while- under his leadership has it can In next week's issue we can give large portion of Adair, says that the changed and customs altered, but we of faith, Tennyson voiced it in 'In all branches, and he has made him- ing the conference there were seven finest wheat crop that ever grew in more definite news as to the movedie as our fathers died before us. No, on the floor, natives of Adair Memoriam,' concerning his friend self felt as a man of influence in the ministers the county is about ready to harvest, ment to secure a railroad.. A delegathe graves are not new. county. So did James Whitcomb community as well as in' the church. and that it would be a calamity for a tion from Columbia will be in Louiswe are here this afternoon in Hallam ".So He is greatly beloved and honored by we may Rilev : rainy spell to set in. He further says ville this week and will be in position tis beautiful acre of God that To dbhuary Writers. all. He will be missed in the AssociaAh, the endless afterwhiles! memorialize those of our dear ones that corn is not suffering, but that to inform us on retutn whether or nod Leagues on leagues, and miles on miles tion and in the state for he was ever grass is needing moisture, and that a real effort will be made to build the whom 'we have loved long since and In the distance far withdrawn. ready to share his burden and do his There is scarcely a county paper in gardens may need rain. Everything road. Watch The News next week, lost awhile.' We have strewn their Stretching on and on and on. part in the work. He has rendered a the State that publishes obituaries considered, he thinks rain at this time and you will see the situation as it Till the fancy seems footsore graves with sweet forgetmenots and notable service in connection with the free. We have been doing it almost would be very detrimental. And sinks in the dust before will be presented by the gentlemen fragrant immorteles, being unwilling The last milestone's granite face. Georgetown assembly, being largely weekly since the birth of the News, who have been appointed to investithat their memories should fade into Hacked with 'Here beginneth space' resposible for its success. Among his but the time has come when it is Mr. Robert Caldwell, of Taylor coun- gate. any languor of fosgetf ulness. And this Ah, far distant winds and wings, brother ministers he is esteemed for necessary for us to call a halt. Obitu ty, Ion of Mrs. Annie Read Caldwell, Mystic smiles and beckon ings, motive in the human heart that would his genial bearing, his fraternal spirit, aries are of interest only to the family a native of Columbia, has been apRev. T. L. Hulse, pastor of the Lead us through the shadowy aisles uprear monuments and mark the last Out into the Afterwhiles.' his deep piety and sweetness of spirit. and near relatives of the deceased, and pointed law clerk in the office of At- Methodist church here, but who lives resting place of the dead has an history misto Fredericktown, Mo., the we can not afford to give space free for that stretches from now back into the "Believe, my friends, in the instinct He goesof May. May the Lord richly such character of reading. Hereafter torney General Garnett at a salary of in Pembroke, has had a streak of time 1.500 per year. He is a very capable fortunes to strike him. A short twilight of conjecture and dawn of of love Carry away with you from middle 5 cents we'will accept obituaries ago he had a fine buggy horse to die, this place the sure knowledge that bless him in his labors there. Rev. per printed line. Sevenat words in young man. time. In the tombs of the Egyptians love will have its way in final reunion. O. O. Green in Woodford Baptist. then he borrowed an animal and it and the urns of the "Babylonians and writing will make one line in type. Prospects fine for an adundant black- died suddenly, and last week he lost a Let me tell you a story in which this sarcophagii of the the century-defyinWriters can count and see the amount berry crop. With an unprecedented fine milch cow in the same manner. Machine Shop. ' immemorial East we meet this pa deep meaning of love is caught and of cash it will require for an obituary. ' thetic testimony to the human in- held. I would that you carry it in I have purchased the W. A. Helm The writer who sends in an obituary wheat crop, soon to be cut, plenty of Fairview letter in Todd County Times. stinct that will not let die the memo- your hearts, for it has the secret of outfit, and am located at his former will be charged with the amount, all kinds of fruit, including peaches, Monday week circuit court will open indicates that no one need "apprery of those journeyed on before. The love and deathless life: shops on Bomar Heights, Columbia, hence he or she had better collect be- hend starvation. at Jamestown. A representative of "Once upon ajtime there was a little Ky. memorial instinct is an instinct imI am prepared to do do all kinds fore forwarding the manuscript. the News will be in attendance tha memorial And all over this our land girl, and she fell sick. She was her of work in the way of repairing ma- -' Circuit cou rt closed last Friday after- two first days and he will be pleased-we wrote a notice of the to eastward and northward and west- father's only child And every night, chinery. I also furnish repairs, in Last week death of John Burbridge, a very wor- noon and Saturday morning Judge to meet all the friends of the papery" ward today, and earlier still to the on going to bed, she had been used to either brass or iron fixtures. thy colored school teacher of this coun- Carter left for his home, Tompkins-ville- . If there are parties who need job-wosouthward, once every year, men and coming into her father's study, clad am fully qualified to do all kinds ty, who died at Burkesville where he His"next court will open at he will give them prices, etc. to kiss him I women and little children go out to in her white night-robof work. I solicit your patronage. Monday week. had been conducting a school for sev- Jamestown the cemeteries reverentially to place good.night. And she always threw J. M. Kearnes. eral years. In some way the notice While vegetation is not suffering to Tnere will be a singing at Cane Valon the graves of soldiery mute tokens her arms about his neck, and' said: , was misplaced, and it did not appear. an alarming extent, rain is needed. ley, at the Christian church, the sec- of love and honour, in foliage and 'Good night, daddy, I'll see you again S. H. Mitchell, Sheriff of Adair Sunday afternoon in this months-I-t The remains were brought to Adair Weather prognosticators say that it ond blossom, to those who wore the gray and in the morning.' county, and one of his deputies, John county and buried will be conducted by the Jericho at new Zion, a few will come in a few days. It has come. to those who wore the blue, and who "While she was ill, her faffier had Thurman, left this morning for Frankand Kelleyville classes. Every body locked arms in deadly conflict half a come to her room to give the good- fort, having in charge John Thomas, miles from Columbia, last Sunday Mrs. Lou W. Atkins and her daught- invited. century ago. So we fill our Arlington night greeting, because she could not convicted of manslaughter, and Spen- week. His funeral was largely attendand New Orleans and Gettysburg acres come to hjm. And it was always the cer Cheacham, of color, convicted of ed. He will be greatly missed by his er, Miss Mabel, have taken rooms in The new church at Tabernacle will the Hancock building, near the square, be dedicated the fourth Sunday in with monuments, wreathing these old formula: "Goodnight, deardadV robbery. Each prisoner will serve family and his race of people. to be convenient to their business vfith flowere every little while, to the dy, I'll see you again in the morning." indeterminate sentences, the former this month. Eld, J. Q. Montgomery It wilL.be very gratifying to Mr. nd that those who on the field of bat- But finally came the time against from two to twenty-on- e years, the lat- Frank Jones' many friends to leain Elizabeth Hudson and Rey Clay-com- b will preach the dedicatory sermon. dared and died perish not in mem which the father had been steeling ter from one to five years. The statetle were the only two who took the Dinner on the 'ground. Every body that his health is improving Last ory from the minds of men. himself. But even on that last night ment made last week, that Cheatham week he left his home in Jamestown, common school diploma examination. invited. "But more enduring, as I take it, she did not fail him. For as father would serve from two to ten years, went to Louisville and consulted an Both passed, and received their dithan bronie and marble is the instinct, laid his cooling cheek against her hot was a mistake. 4 foot cord wood wanted at once at eminent physician, who put'him on a plomas last week. rising from out the heart in such sim- and fevered one, she said, as always brickyard, Coluoibia, 82.50 per cord. treatment which Mr. Jones think will Mr, R. G. Reed has accepted the lo. ple and forthright fashion, and that before: 'Good night, dear daddy, V W. H. SImms. If you are not a subscriber for t he ultimately cure him. you should lot neighbrings us here this afternoon as Review of Reviews, cal agency for the Northwestern Life see you again in the morning.' bors and friends in this community "And it was even so. For when the longer hesitate, if you want to keep Judge Carter passed sentence on Insurance Company and Jis now at Mr. H. B Garnett has removed from service of memorial and offering of father had done his appointed task, in tough with ah the leading ques Johij, Thomas and Spencer, Cheatham work for it. It is a good Company. street his residence on Lindsey-Wilso- n decoration. For this is peculiarly a and the days work was over, he went tions of the day. Only the ablest of last Friday forenoon. He gave each to his farm, a few miles out of town. . .service and a commemoration of love. out, also, into the evening. And folks writers contribute to this magazine, of, the convicted men some wholesome Mrs. Willie B.- - Hines will occupy a evIt is a custom that is perennial, a say, and so I believe, that they are all and it should visit every office and Re- -- advice, which if heeded, .will1 snake portion of the Atkins residence on Wheat harvest will soon be here. .A custom that may not stale or wither three in the morning-lan- d moth- - eryhome. Address the them better men. Neither one offered Pea Ridge, Mrs. Bettie Atkins remain- gentle rain would greatly benefit the- die. It is deathless as the instinct er, who died as the child was. born, vie wsV 30 Irving Place, New York. or a reason why the sentence of the ing in same building. crorP r ter prompts it, an instinct vital the father and his which i, aui Court should not. be passed! Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson has a nice Ice fundamental because fed out of three of them. Ice Cream Par.and Go to Mrs. Wilson's Thermometer registered 98 here last lor on BurkesYille street. Cream and Nearly all the farmers in Adair 'And this is the genius of this me- Cream Parlor on Burkesville, Street the plctes of heart's affection, for what v ' county are througfi planting corn.' ' &i4t b i Thursday; JssVfieathlees as love, or so so imper morial service and this, quiet hour She Sherbert every day. MEMORIAL -- ial in its bidding? Love goei deeper than any grave. Many waters cannot quench it, nor storm nor tempest. "For look you! In this hallowed place of the dead lie mothers and fathers and husbands and wives, here a wee babe and yonder and aged grand-sir- e whose hoar head fell before the Reaper's scythe like unto grain ripe for the sheaf Here, also, mingling their dust with that of their mother Earth7"ffe those who have occupied places of distinction in church and state, saints in plenty and directors in affairs not a few. Here are thos,e whom the world could never spoil, and here, alas, are those whose lives were warped and twisted and gnarled by sinr For it must be true that here, also, in their long, last sleep, repose those who were marred and scarred arid seared by the hot breath sf appetite and desire, and whose unruly and turbulent passions carried them along as by maddened steeds. Yet love levels to a common denominator, and in the silent craf of Death, love forgets and e to-da- y. spell-boun- - . )s ? & s. g x rk -- e, 26-2- -- . m. --- the-RevIew- 1 only-daugh- solicits-your-patronag- 31-2- ,- -; ?$3JV ".-t- ," 3K " ?. " ' THE ADAIR IQWY NBWS CKEDWS. SHERIFFS SETTLEHM, 3IM. fovliaJ To Corida Bkir 3950 C To Z T Williams 28 00 : ilated Dcmber 8175 76 . 01 31, 1913. A. toUi of .1 56 2 56 To R W Shirley of To Z T Williams 26 00 .A. Sfcafcemimfc and SRtfclamanfe of the accounts of A. D. PattesOD. Sheriff Adair county, Xy., of the collections and disbursements of forty (40) cents ad ToJP&HF Cof-67 50 mlnnim urn nun HI nn Jnlln nnll 1r fVin Ariair "EMoP.fll Oollrfc at f6V 4 50 COMltV TO W C Barrett 1Q1Q fnrhQ nflnmon nf t.VlD mirront- BTnnO.I nf Adair h A nrH - ToJRTutt " 3 CO By certificates of allowance paid By ..44 interest on part of .2 30 above By receipt dated Dec 22, " 3600 00. Said receipts arefiledhere- with as part of hereof. Said Sheriff is given credit by 10c ad valorem tax on $48 861 property released by order of Court, a credit $48 86 CREDITS A Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer for the year 1913. At the regular October term of the Adair JFiscal Court, 1913, I, A. H. Ballard,was appointed by said Court, as its Commissioner to settle with A. D.iPatneson, Sheriff of Adair county, Kentucky, his accounts of collections . 3 mm J 31.1 v-. uy t1 uuiu u mm ana atsoursements maae oy mm 01 cne raxes 1ievieu 1. su,iu. DMnnf nf fff A Txrll County by said term. 1913. to be collected and Daid to the creditors of said Sheriff during said year. In compliance with said order of appointment the Sheriff's books were examined to ascertain the amount of said taxes remaining uncollected on the 1st day of January, 1914, in order to charge said Sheriff with the 6 per cent, penalty which by law is added to all unpaid taxes on said ToHK Taylor 3 00 81841.58 .? $71.62 ' 1913 R Garnett Tr By 15c aa valorem tax on $62 216 property released By of Commission for 3-- 8 J 2 500 00 of 93 32 By 335 29 $3 104 38 $4 329 00 3 104. 38 $3 048 86 ' Total debit Road Fund Both One 10 11 To Diddle & Parsons RECAPITULATION Total credit Road Fund 3 31 Thurman To John Year Total debits on School 12 50 To Milliard Corbin $1224 62 For Only $3 824 83 Fund 1850 To George Cheatman GRAND RECAPITULATION. Totai Credits on School Subscription may be 5 25 To W H Kemp DEBITS. 3 048 86 Fund new or renewal 3 50 To , To W H Jones Jr. date total debits Geneaal ' 3 75 due by Sheriff $775 97 $10 766 01 Balance The Sheriff is charged with 3,518 polls listed by the Assessor for taxation To Jim Simpson Fund What the Weekly Enquirer is 16 25 Your Commissioner finds and so reTo Wm. G. McKinley for the year 1913, and with 22 polls listed by the County Clerk. To total Debits Road 2 51 It 13 issued every Thursday, subscripThe Sheriff is charged with 25ients ad valorem tax on each $100 on $2,735,-923.0- 0 To Jim Fudge 4 335 58 ports that Said A. D. Patteson, SherFund tion price ?L0O per year, and it is one of iff of Adair County, is indebted to the property for the General Fund and 15 cents on each To J W Burbridge worth of taxable the best home metropolitan weeklie of to3 25 , $15 101 59 School Fund in said County in the Total debits $100 on said valuation for Road Fund, and with 25 cents ad valorem on each To W C Smith day. It has all the facilities of the great , CREDITS. 56 84sum of $775.97 for the year 1913 sub $100 for General Fund and 15 cents on each $100 for Road Fund on 819,494.00 To Wolford Bros DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnins the 5 75 By total credits General ject to the delinquent taxes and reworld's events, and for that reason can valorem on each $100 for To Thera Brockman listed by said County Clerk, and with 25 cents ad giae you all the leading news. It Carries Fund $10 280 73. leases allowed by the Fiscal Court. 22 75 General Fund and 15 cents on each $100 for Road Fund on $1,800.00 Franchise To Cassius Breeding . a carries a great omount of valuable farm 2 75 By total credits Road All of which is most respectfully reMarion Antle To Tax listed by said County Clerk. . matter, crisp editorirls and reliable $3 104 38 ported. Fund The Sheriff is charged with the Franchise tax on the different, corporamarket reports. Its numerous de$175 76 partments make it a necessity to every A. H. Ballard, Com'r. tions doing business in Adair county, Kentucky. $13 385 11 Total credits home, farm or business man. A bunch of twelve Court orders of Adair Fiscal Court. The Sheriff is charged with 6 per cent penalty on all unpaid taxes on Jan$15 101 59 debits Thisernnd offeri4' limited ahd we advise release was shown your Commissioner Kentucky, Adair County, Set. uary 1st, 1914, which makes the Sheriff's debits as follows: 13 385 11 CREDITS you to take advantage by subscribing for releasing 10S persons from paying an DEBITS. I Walker Bryant, Clerk of the Adair the"above combination right now. ofel ad valorem tax on. a total $62,216 Balance due by Sheriff for . Road Fund General Gund County Court, certify that the foreor mail orders to year 1913 $1 716 48 worth of property listed twice, wrong$ 3 518 00 To 3,518 polls listed by Assessor Your Commissioner finds and so re- going statement and settlement, of The Adair County News, fully listed or on persons who had gone 22 To 22 polls listed by the County Clerk the account of A. D. Patteson, Sheriff no property found ports that said A.J). Patteson, Sher- Adair County, as to Columbia, Ky. from the State and To ad valorem tax on $2,725,923 at 25c on each the collection and iff of Adair County, is indebted to out of which to make said taxes; said 6 839 81 disbursement of the School Fund for 8100 for General Fund Sheriff is therefore given credit by 25c said County on the General Fund in 1913 which was April 10th 1914 ap88 $4103 at 15c on each $100 for Road Fund $485 28, and on the Road on each $100 worth of said property the sum of To Frnchise tax Columbia Telephone Co. 8 of Fund in the sum of $1 231 20; a sum proved and ordered filed and recorded must be studied very closely, affor the General Fund. $155.54; and 4 50 87.20 for General Fund of $1 716 48 less $25.00 paid your which is now done accordingly. 15c on each $100 for the Road Fund total 2 70 8 Witness my hand this May 151914. ter which he must be handled of 87.20 for Road Fund Commissioner for making this settle' $93.32 said Court orders are filed hereTo ad valorem tax on $19,494 listed by County Walker Bryant, Clerk accordingly. With some horses, ment and subject to the delinquent ' with as part hereof. 48 73 By L. O. Taylor, D. C. 25c on each $100 for General Fund Clerk at taxes and releases allowed by the Fisthe blind bridle may help by con-- ; Deducting $155.54 release 29 24 At 15c on each $100 for Road Fund cal Court for the year 1913. fining the range of the animal's from the total debit of and To Franchise tax First Fational Bank All of which is most respectfully reMuch depends on the master, view; with others the open briGeneral Fund leaves a 83 64" 50 18 8 of 8133.82 ported. $10 610 47 debit of and To Franchise tax Farmers Bank whether a horse is to be broken dle is necassary, in order that A. H. Ballard, Com'r. Deducting $92 32 release 17 29 28 83 of $57 65 Adair Fiscal Court. rvf Koine? olriffieVi TVio VoKifa is going on around him. In all from the total debit of & ' To Franchise tax Bank of Columbia 8 and 8 Kentucky, Adair County, Set. cases, gentle handling counts for Road Fund leaves a deb127 01 ' Of 8203.21 0 I, Walker Bryant, Clerk Adair Coun- and temperament of the animal much. $4 242 26 it of To Franchise tax Grady ville State Bank 0 ty Court, certify that the foregoing ." total of the General The 18'. 36 30 60 of $61.20 and statement and settlement of the coltfund debits and the of and To Franchise tax Citizens Bank lection and disbursements of A. D. $14 852 73 Road Fund debits is 18 00 30 00 $48 Patteson, Sheriff, Adair County, for For collecting the above amount 1913 was April To 6 per cent, penalty on $1,096.20 uncollected 1st, 1914 filed and orsaid Sheriff is given credit by the comof taxes January 1st, 1914, 0 and now done acmission allowed by law of 10 per cent, dered recorded, which is 19 73 32 89 $65.77 on the first $5 000 and 4 per cent., on cordingly. Witness my hand this May 16, 1914. 84 335 58 $10 766 01 Total the remaining $9 852 73 Walker Bryant, Clerk .8500 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 -I- 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 $153 17 2 00 MENT of the accounts of A. D. Pat35 5 00 To F R Winfrey RECAPITULATION. teson Sheriff of Adair County, Ken ToWAHumphress2 00 2 00 To John Webb tucky, of the collections and disburse2 64 To J A Darnell GENERAL FUND 2 00 To Ores Barger Stocks tip the Acme of Excellence ments of the ten(lOc) cents ad valoTo J W Burbridge 2 00 2 00 To Ores Barger DEBITS rem tax and the fifty (50c) cents poll 25 6 To Josh Beard 2 00 To F:E Webb 2 00 tax levied by the AdairFiscal Court, RUGS, CARPETS, DRAPERIES and WALL PAPER To J E Beard To 3518 polls listed by AsTo J P Miller & $3 518 00 at its April term 1913, on all taxable 2 00 To Jo Beard sessor . G 56 96 26 Sons Vie with each other for Early Recognition property and persons in Adair County, 2 56 To 22 polls listed by CounTo H A Murrell To J P Miller & 22 00 not in the Graded Common School 2 64' ty Clerk To Austin Loy 1 63 47 53 Sons 2 96 District of the town of Columbia, and The Best news of all are our Low Prices, fixed by an To J A Winfrey To ad valorem tax 25c on To T S Davis D S 20 23 6 839 81 ordered collected and paid to the 3 75 To W T Reece $2 735 923 ToMReyYarber-r- y Treasurer of the County Board of Ed- Economical Organization, Centrally Located, yet reTo ad valorem tax 25c on To W M Wilmore 2 00 2 50 48 73 ucation for the year 1913. 13 55 .97 $19 494 To Wm Hobson To James M Wood-ru.04 To 8 Franchise tax on To A W Paxton 2 00 A the regular October Term of the moved from the high rent district. 2 48 4 50 Adair Fiscal Court 1913 I, A. H. BalTelephone Co 2 00 T Mercer Columbia To N 2 64 To W C Leach lard, was appointed Commissioner 2 00 To 8 Franchise tax First To James Sapp Kemp 2 00 To Mannie 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, Franchise tax 50 00 To Herriford 2 48 To W J Beard 23 83 his accounts of the collections and 6 75 Farmers Bank To J H Young . Incorporated 2 56 ToJBKeltner T?o W L Simpson 2 00 disbursements of the ad valorem tax To Franchise tax Bank 2 64 To U L Antle 127 01 of 10c on each $100 worth of the tax522 and 524 West MarketlSt. of Columbia To Zach Sanders 3 44 .06 3 76 55 95 To G W Dillon able property and a poll tax of 50c Franchise tax 2 56 To W C Yates To 0 95 24 55 To G W Dillon 30 60 poll in said County outside the Graded Grady'ville State Bank To J E Johnston 2 00 For more than Thirty Years, Louisville's Leading 49 13 00 To G W Dillon Common School District of Columbia, To Jo E Johnston 2 00 Franchise tax CitTo To T C Davidson 2 00 30 00 levied by said Court for the support of To J H Burris izens Bank 2 00 Carpet and Rug House. 2 00 To Lenis Reece Penalty on uncolTo J I Stanberry 2 00 the Common Schools of Adair County, To To Gordon Jlont-gomer- 5 21 93 Kentucky. 3 00 J lected taxes Jan 1st 1914 To N T Jones 48 20 00 3 00 To NT Jones The total taxable proberty in Adair 810 755 05 2 00 To J M Tarter County, Ky., for the said year is 5 .2 00 To W S Pickett 2 64 ToAlvinLoy 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 Sl841 58 School District of $577 626 leaving a HO ance paid 2 00 03 To A C Wheeler balance of $2 177 791. Said Sheriff is .42 By interest 'on part of To Henry Cooley 6 75 To Ernest Winfrey 2 00 .95 ,71 62 therefore charged with 10c ad valorem To Russell & Co 14 80 above certificates 2 00 To IT 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 64 155 54 for Common School purposes ,which To Joel Darnell $62 216 released 05 3 20 To H H Tucker is $2 177 79 To The Bradley & By 8 of commission for To Dr.Z T Gobbert 4 50 21 51 65 The total number of Polls in Adair . Gilbert Co 3 558 82 collecting tax 2 00 To Fred Denson 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 8 04 By receipt dated Dec 22, 250 00 Graded School District leaving 3229. gomery 3 44 To J H Sanders 7 500 00 Said Sheriff is charged with a poll tax To Gordon Mont 1913 J R Garnett Tr " 5 00 To J M Shive of 5oc on each of the 3229 polls a total 250 00 15 46 gomery ji CREDITS. ROAD FUND. t- Collecting taxes receipts from Pearl Hindman By10c ad valorem tax on property released The Adair County News and r $3 000 00 48 86 The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer -- $1.35 -- s . 5 - ' . up-to-d- -- rV. 5-- 3-- 5-- 8 3-- 5-- 10 3-- 10 5-- 3-- 76-2- 5-1- 3-- 5-- 8 3-- 8 3-- SPRING 1914. -- ' Wall and Floor Coverings m 5-- 5-- 5-- 10 Hubbuch Bros., Weliendorff 5-- 8 5-- 8 5-- $2-75- Special Notice Are Behind1 5-- - To G T Kemp To W F tfenfc To J W Marshal To J B Jones To J T Neat To E E Nell To Virgil Hovious Ta J N Squires To E A Waggener To Dr W F Cart-wrig- ToJMShive 5 00 2 00 2 00 33 . To M Cave To E B Morgan 2 00 10 75 2;00 13 00 2 00 ' ' To James M Russell 2 00 .. 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 ht 13 85 To J, M Wolford M Wolford 20 00 To J 5 00 To TR Tutfc 01 To Mont Wilson . 2 64 2 00 To Mont Wilson 2 00 To Gr W Turner 4 25 To Dr U L Taylor 260 ToRollinHurt 84 8 00 1? 71 ""N . To Rollin Hurt To J R Wilson To A E Murrell To A O'Young To G B Cheatham To Walker Bryant To L O Taylor To R L Campbell To Strong Hill 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 56 16 50 13 00 2 96 3 00 3 00 2 00 6 52 3 00 To Jas Suddarth To B B Beeves To S H Murrell To John Hadley To W T Price To Parker Jack-ma- n To A J Gowin To' Walker Bros 2 00 2 00 2 80 5 60 2 00 13 00 9 28 .4-75- of $1614 50 Said Sheriff is charged with the Total debits General $10 755 05 Franchise tax on the corporations doFund Total credits General Fund 10 280 73 ing business in Adair County not in Graded School District. 8474 ?2 the Balance due by Sheriff The Sheriff is charged with 6 per cent., penalty on all unpaid taxes on RECAPITULATION January 1st, 1914, in said County out -ROAD FUND side tne uraaea scnooi uiscncc; o per DEBITS cent., penalty on $1 096 20 is $65 77; ior School Fund, is $13 15 To 15c ad valorem tax on . 2--10 810 280 73 All Persons Who One Year on our Subscript tion Books Will have to Come off, Underr 0--' a ' 82 735 923 4 103 88 29 24 DEBITS To 15c ad valorem tax on . To 10c ad valorem tax on $2 177 791 $2 177 70 11 53 le " 82 32 CoJWBanks To W L Walker To Junius Holt ro J W Foster To Jo Junius Holt , 48 2 00j- To WS Sinclair 26b To G L Vire , 2 00' To T W Wheat To Tom Barnett 3 44 To Horace Murrell 2 00 2 00' To C P Coomer Franchise tax CoTo lumbia Telephone Co .70 To Franchise tax Farmers Bank .25 To 8 Franchise tax First National Bank tax Franchise To Bank of Columbia 3-- 8 3-3-3-- 8 . $19 404 2 70 ' 17 29 50 18 76 To Franchise tax on Farmers Bank of $57 65 To Franchise tax on State Bank 2-- 10 Gra-dyvil2--10 the Law, if not Paid at once i ,v. 12 24 1 614 50 -- of 861 20 The Government . i .03 To Franchise tax G;rady ville State Bank 3-- 10 3-- 8 To 3229 polls at 50c To 6 per cent., penalty on 20 School's part uncollected tax January 1st, 1914, 18 36 , 2-- 10 ToIiSBuckner wickr 10 00" ToLW.Caffee ToRayW'Page J W Young 2 56 2.64 '2 00 To B B Jones Hard- To Mary F '?5 5 00 10 Franchise tax CitTo .12 izens Bank of 6 per cent pen-To alty on uncollected taxes 3-- 10 of $65 77 . 8 77 $3824 83 Will Not carry Papers in the 18 00 ' $13 15 '2M- 296 - To C 'A.Walker Tb If O Blair ... - Jan 1 1914 ' . . , :$4V3aroo 22. PearrHihdmin Datfed Dec., 11, 1913,- and'bjrjttecelpt for $60G dated4 Obt: credit by Said Sheriff is then $2 000 .paid by him to a receipt for given- Mail for Parties who Owe - ' -- . ; 19l3;vicL'bf"a receipt" o$4y More than one Year , V, .'v v- - - ' :.- - , v - '. ; -- THE ADAIR COUNT? NlffflfS Wider Skirls Have Arrived. 4 i. j jfc. k A Ak. fk, A !i & BVs.B fei- Let Us Reason Togefer to-da- y. Was a Wise Old Saying I want eery and that is exacry what I want us to do JTARMER who has Sheep, to investigate ray work, and see if i his is not the place for you to bring or ship your WOOL to get i he best "VALUE for it.Now if you don't want your Wool Manufactured, I will pay you the BEST HOME MARKET PRICE, for I need every am trying to represent the old fashiond pound of Wool I can get. 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. i Farmers Woolen Mills, P. O. Jamestown, Ky. E. L. REECE, Mfcr. Shipping Point. Greasy Creek, Landing. BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels off, and is tal. quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but sas& You can have a guarantee of highest neither useful nor ornamen Silver Seal Paints And they will cost you 25 fo 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. - ..- .- Finishes, Stains and Varnishes Kentucky Paint Mf'g Company, (Incorporated) 513 W. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. significant member, until there was a great task to undertake, when he would pass at once in- to masterful leadership. The kindly mouth is constantly throwing off ripples of mirth that gives color to his cheeks and widen into waves of laughter that submerge his genial countenance. Gentle eyes flash through his glasses message of friendship. They greet the stranger cheerily. Their very frankness spells victory. His battle is half won when he takes your hand, not with the slimy insistence of a politician, but with a firm, assuring heartliness. No one leaves his presence without being recruited in the army of his friends, fromiwhich there are no deserters. The undaunted courage that upheld him through the pitiless years of failure is expressed in his challenging chin in his square jaw, where resolution sits enthroned. He can say "yes" until it rhymes like money set to music, so melodic is itj but he can say "no" until it sounds like thunder from Mount Sinai to the man who has earned the rebuke. Engrossed as he is in business deals that involve millions, he finds time to listen to the seek his counsel, cooperation or assistance. His patience is so monumental that it annoysjhis intimates. He will grant hours of his valuable time to a visionary who wants to survey an aeroplane be along before long to give her another one. Bakerton. i91, " A delegation has put after the On last Sunday evening Mr. G. Grace Margaret Deputy Constable to join the M. Dillon and Miss Lucy Baker Gould, fashion editor of the pub- church, but he is afraid to try it, drove over to Little Renox creek, lication, writes an article entitled as the public might take advan- where they met the preacher and "Skirts Flare Out Behold the tage of his presence at church a large crowd of people, and' Pantalette!" in which she com- every Sunday by doing some- there Bro. Caughron made them ments on the pantalette of to- thing wrong. one. We wish them a long and Companion In the June Woman's Home day and yesterday and other new French fashion frivolities. Following is an extract: "The big new fashion act to consider is that wider skirts have definitely arrived in Paris. It is an old, old trick of fashion that the moment her devotees have accommodated themselves to one of her whims, she quickly introduces another. Women have been struggling for a long time to learn to mince along without landing on their heads. Now, with wider skirts, will come the stride.'" Hot Weataer Tonic and Health Build- A calf is missing from the Rye happy life. Straw section. The owner, who News reached here this week runs the store there, was in that Mrs. Bertha Burchett, who Hogwallow yesterday looking has tuberculosis, and is in a hos- for it. Nobody, however, in pital in New York, is improving. this community has stole a calf The doctors think by the weather turning warm, she may get within the past severals days. The deacons of the Hog Ford up for awhile and be able to church held a called business meeting Tuesday of this week to decide on whether or not the clock in the church should be allowed to run all the week or just on Sundays. The board has been divided on this question for some time, the conservative faction taking the stand that there was no need of the clock running unless the congregation that bought it was present to enjoy the benefits. The progressives, however, stood pat on the proposition, and the meeting adjourned without a decision. come home. Thelriver is about gone for this season. It is too low for steamlboats. They have done an immense amount of business this season. . So far they haven't missed a single trip since they started in .January. J. C. Winfrey and J. F. Ellington have been to Louisville, on business. They came back yesterday. James Parrish, a little son of Bob Parrish, the ferryman, has a bad case of typhoid at this writing, and is not improving any. John Goff has come home for a while. He has been staying with his brothers in Columbia, all winter. Bob Parrish killed a large wal loon in the river yesterday er Are you down Nervous Tired? Is everything you do an effort? You are not lazy you are sick! Your stomach, liver, kidneys, and whole system need a tonic. A tonic and health builder to drive out the waste matter build you up and renew jour strength. Nothing J better than Electric bitters. Start today. Mrs. James Duncan Haynes-villeMe- ., writes: "Completely cured me after several doctors gave me up." 50c and $1.00. Recommended by Panll Drug Co. hun-dredslw- ho 0. G. BARDWICK, Pres. J. B: COCKF, V. Prer.; J P. H. D1ETZMAN. Sec W. T.Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 Always Lead to Better Health Serious sicknesses start in disorders of the stomach, liver and kidneys. tlogwallow News. The best corrective and preventive is Dr. King's New Life Pills. They Purify the Blood Prevent ConstipaColumbus Allsop has improved tion, keep Liver, Kidneys and Bowels in healthy condition. Give you better the looks of the town by putting health by ridding the system of fera nice coat of varnish on. his menting and gassy foods. Effective and mild. 25c. Recommended by bass fiddle. Paull Drug Co. Ad Ad weighed 6J pounds. The river is full of nice fish now, and the fishermen are hav-ing fine luck. The farmers are making good use of the dry weather preparing and planting corn and killing weeds. Some places the ground is getting too hard to? . INCORPORATED 1889, The public will be gratified to flHIiliWRlGHTS 1301 TfflRTeeNTH-MMN. DEALERS'IN f mACHllSTS LOlHStflLLe ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS SMOKESTACKS know that Miss Hostetter Hocks Too often failure succeeds sucroute to the moon rather than has learned a new piece on her cess. wound his feelings. accordecn to play this year. Gems of thought are often onJohn Mayo's success has been Yam Sims was caught out in a builded on these basic qualities-fait- h, rain a few days ago, but did not ly paste. One little dimple has caused gratitude, in his star of get wet, having presence of He has followed it mind enough to raise his umbrel- many a fall. destiny. since a boy across the trackless la. waste, loyalty and it will en- Wise or Otherwise. Ignorance is the stepmother of plow. I Sheet iron and Tank Work G. D. Parrish lost a fine mare The Deputy Constable was argument. .Tt3 dure. He believes Clouds have called to Gander Creek Tuesday Politeness is an air cushion that a few days ago. She left a little obscured it, the mountains have colt a week old. He was offered of this week by Poke Easley, to eases the jolt. valleys hid it, the shadows of the wry TBBEr JOBBINQ WORK SOLICITED 2, For pointers on insect life con- $215 for the mare and colt about try to catch the fish that stole out, but with his have blotted it sult a beehive. Poke's bait. an hour befo.e she took sick. --Kinds of Machinery Repairedhis guide he has conscience as Money by any other name Miss Lydia B. Hindman is visAtlas Peck has a pet screech walked the straight path and iting her uncle and aunt, Mr. owl, which he took to preaching would be as hard to get. kept the faith. His life is dediI keep The Adair County News! coffins, on hands a full stock of cated to rewarding those who last second Sunday. The owl Many a man's settled ways and Mrs. T. M. Glidewell. in caskets, and robes. I also keep Howard's Bottom. Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and have even rendered him the acted all right, and seemed at are settled by his wife. One Dollar a Year. two hearses. Prompt service night or Misses Lydia B, and Lovia home, as it used to roost in the Marriage is more often an asday Residence Phone 29, office slightest service. Phone 98. Glidewell and Lydia Hindman, church. signment than a failure. NOTICE. No bitterness stains his heart. 1 yr F. Triptett, J. Ad Columbia, Ky. The windows of the Wild OnIf a wife is unable to reign she visited Mrs. R. T. Baker, at He has long since forgiven those Amandaville, last Friday. likely to storm. We wish to inform the people who doubted him. He has put ion school house are about to be is John Goff is agent for a BowlThe one strong point of a busy of Adair county that we are reprePaintsville on the map, given it raised. This is done for two ing Green nursery. He says he senting the Pomona Nursery, at the comforts of a city; made it a reasons: The opening of spring bee is not in his favor. "Onlrklr tpHpvm 'Rfinnm&Hnn. SoreMns-k'- " 1a uiCD Vah1ii uaviiai'UDt b.uuwuw flnn Bowling Green. This Nursery has cuiiiiiU Dn1aiiliA HanitophO uu Tiainn. Ynur tnnnpv back if it fails to re It takes more than hot air to is having a nice trade so far. partner in his prosperity. This and habit the pupils have of eatlievo any ache in anr Dart of the body in . been in business 25 years and has .. niieen minutes ume. Henry Parrish went to Columkill the germ of suspicion. Jiruggist8. magic wand has been waved over ing onions. .trice 50c ndAX Alltent on nqucit. circular Free (topla 300 acres in select nursery stock, BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. It's hard for a man to face bia, last week on Business. Lexington, Ky. the heads of countless friends, Cricket Hicks was a pleasant 342 East Main St., line of trees. puting out a first-claand they have been wakened by caller to see the widow of the the world if he is flat on his back. Mrs. J. C. Winfrey was visitWhy not buy your trees that are a shower of gold. He' delights Calf Ribs neighborhood Sunday. already acclimated and save the Paintings are never hung un- ing in Bakerton. yesderday. experimenter's loss? We expect in doing good. He counts that Cricket goes there so much the til after they have been executed. Marvin Melton, of Goose to visit every farmer within the A Pen Picture or John C. C. Mayo. day lost wherein a cruel or un- dawgs have lost interest and quit It isn't every fancier who can Creek, was visiting his brother, next few weeks. See us and get worthy act is recorded. barking at him. tell a dogwood tree by its bark. Will, at this place, Thursday our prices before you buy. (By Daniel E. 0 'Sullivan.) HARRIS & GARRISON, Few men get far enough up night. There has been some comLet me draw an intimate por- Coughs and Colds WeaKen the SysColumbia, Kentucky. plaint about the train stopping the ladder of fame to make them tem. Miss Willie Parrish is visiting trait of John Mayo: It will help Continued Coughs, Colds and Bron- too sudden when it gets to the dizzy. her sister, Mrs. J. E. Morgan at us to understand him better. chial troubles are depressing and weakTickville depot every week. This The new engagement ring Albany, this week. Physically he doe3 not demand en the system. Loss of weight and ' by railthe appetite generally follow. Get a 50c could be remedied causes many a finger to point J. E. Jones, of Burkesville," the attention of the admiration bottle of Dr. King's New Discover tolonger with pride. road being about two feet your cough. The It made a trip through here buying that lovers of the beautiful day. dosewill stop The best medicine helps. first there. The less amiable a woman is ginseng, yellow root and bees-- .' might findjin Beveridge or Bailey for Stubborn Coughs, Colds and all Lung Troubles. if BOURBON POULTRY CURE He is below the average height Throat and Muscatine, Ala., Mr. O. Miss Flutie Belucher accident- the handsomer she thinks she wax, this week. writes: H.Brown, down a chick's throat cures gapes. A few drops In the wife was sick during the hot ally lost her engagement ring the needs to be. but sturdily knit together. There 'My drinking water prevents cholera, cures audi summer months and I honestly believe diarrhoea.. geod krstjicws along the 0. LoUler kl 60C bottle chick diseases. One' is no outward sign of the em- Dr. Ring's New Discovery saved her other day somewhere It is better to be a live man in and! will have a let ofCttanfcia II Biabt i miisvno heifers on the Market; medicine At all drngcists. Good for children. 50c & $1. road. She is not worried much Sample and looklet on Dis- pire builder. In any company life." a dead town than a '.dead man in next.Nenday, Jane 1st by Paull Drug Co. eases of Fowls" sent PBEE. Recommended about it some other fellow1 will a live town. Swrfeen RwHtfy Ce.lecsekn,!. Jo H. SmM. he would be ranked as the least Ad ffifl 45-- All t y n.11 . . "i . ss -- rSpiW ONE n-- fiOF :fc . ',-- AT- - . ' r j -- i x CL pj i K -- Tffl!rlJRvCX)UtfT$ ttBWS .' iM HE on feed, it also makes for the them healthy, thrivingand clean. Ira Johnston, voice to join the blood washed the gardens need rain. STOCK R. F. D. No. 1. throng. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Bryant MEDICINE O'Neill. Nebr. It will lessen your feed bills. Don't stop agitating until the left for Champaign, 111., a . few 25c, 50c and $1. per can. It will increase your profits. At yoor dealer's. road is built. I will send you days ago, having received word P.R1 AiL&lr&nd adjacent counties. the article promised as soon as I that their married daughter was TROY, SOUTH CAROLINA. get the history which is now beas sec-fatered at the Columbia ing read by a friend. God bless dangerously ill. class mall matter. on the music this year. Mr. and Mr7A. R. Neathery and wife, Notice Public the News force and all its readMrs. J. Fred Scholfield will have j and Oth-- . ers. Respt., 5 of Clinton county, are visiting fWED. JUNE 3, 1914 More About Boots Owens General Blacksmithing charge of same. Mr. Scholfield r er Matters of Lon Ago. George Heck Burton., Mr. W. J. Gabbert and wife. will use "Immanuelrs Praise" Buggy. Carriage and Wagon Repairing All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Special ANNOUNCEMENT. I Mrs. NetherV is a sister of Mr. and desires that we have a large attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right afid WORKER'S ASSEMBLY. BAPTISr satisfaction Guaranteed. -' chorus choir to assist him. There fl $ Editor News: Gabbert; For Judge of Cotjkt of Appeals. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot. The mention of the death of are several other interesting Mr. and Mrs. Nethery and PHONE NO". 7 Boots (George) JO wens, in your Dawson Springs, Ky. June 28 to features, namely "The Sunset JEFF PARSON, JWe are authorized to announce Mrs. W. J. Gabbert were visitJuly 3, 1914. issue of the 13th inst, recalls Hour," Pastors Conference and JBpLLIN HTJET a candidate for Judge Campbellsville, Ky. ors at Mr. T. J. Bryant's last of the Court of Appeals, in the Third aeain my boyhood days. He was a Musical Entertainment, B. Y. district, subject to the action of the Thursday. my Uncle, Ham P. U. Convention on Thursday, Gone to Rest. Democratic voters, expressed at the the propertyjof For four years "the Baptist of .August primary. Owens, and was a character. In Tim, the little son of Mr. and July 9th. West Kentucky, and other secmy grandmother's yard, (the old For any further in this regard The death Angel visited the tion of the 'state have met to- Mrs. Jesse Bryant, was serioushomestead) there was a Gov. McCreary has announced Owens gether at Dawson Springs to lis- ly hurt last Thursday. He was write to J. J. Gentry, 205 E. home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom GarIhathewill appoint Mr. Cam- granite dairy,tfn the basement of ten to "the great Baptist leaders running, and ran against arake, Chestnut, Louisville, Ky. mon and claimed for its victim den, of Woodford county, United which there was a hand corn of the South." This meeting has their youngest daughter, Miss teeth cutting a severe gash Keltner. States Senator to fill the vacancy mill, and IJnever saw or heard of grown in interest till last year it the Ora, just in the bright bloom of on his face. Tim is a bright, in- caused by the death of Senator Boots doing.Cany harder work years old. life, being twenty-tw- o reached. uthe high water mark We are having lots of- pretty dustrious little boy an excep-tio- n than grinding meal for family jBradley. So far as we kno w Mr. She professed faith in Christ at and oyer five hundred people asday and the farmers are making Camden may be the right man use. Just outside the graveyard sembled to hear these great men. for one of his age. an early age and united with the use of them. he may not be. He has not, she had a fine apple orchard, and snd Baptist church of which she was Mrs. J. H. Barger, this place, The date of the meeting this however had the experience that I was priviledged to get apples Mr. Roy Firkin has been confa consistent member until death. year is June 28 to the 3rd of July, has a darning "needle, that she some others have had in legis- wheneverI liked. One day refined to his bed with 'fever .for Or often told her loved ones is hoped that at least one has used when occasion demandlative matters, but he is wealthy, turning from the orchard, I heard and it several days, Jbut is better at she was willing and ready to go. years. It this writing. and having thousand people will avail them- ed, for twenty-eigh- t :&nd that seems to cover a multi- the mill running Parents it is hard for us to opportunity to atof was'the property of her mother-in-latude of other things. In looking plenty of time, for I was a gen- selves the The Sunday School at Pleasant part with our children, but we Every effort has been put xver the field of available men, tleman ofiSelegant leisure that tend. Mrs. Daniel Barger. Ridge is getting along nicely would say, weep not for her, for day. I strolled by to see the forth to make this meeting not men who have proven their, abiMrs. Morris, who has been with W. P. Price supertendent. she is now safe in that beautiful only the equal of last year; but, lity to represent the interests of sights. Boots was on hand as The old folks singing at this home that Jesus went to prepare possible, to surpass it. With very low for several months, is State, we do not find a supe- usual, and with him a little ne- jf this Mrs. Kate Hinkle, Miss no better. She hasn't laid down place, last second Sunday, was for his children, where no one rior of Hon. Dave Smith. He is gro boy about my age and size, such as enjoyed by all. can take it from them. Leachman a Democrat, a man of force and who called himself John Crouch to representand Miss Brenckman for several weeks. Sits propped Mr. T. G. Coffey was in town Ora wrote Bro. Pardeu a letter W. M. U. work, Rev. ability with a record in the low-- Josefit Taylor, whom grandin a chair day and night. Friday on business. Harvey Beauchamp,N. T. Barnes just a short time before her house of Congress that stands mother had bought somewhere. Mr. Ruberts, of Pellyton, spent S. S. Mr. and Mrs. Balls Finn and death, requesting him to preach as a guarantee of his worth. Mr. Boots, who knew I was a beliger-an- t and Miss Brenckman for Sunday night with his two sons, Paul and Tate, of Co her funeral and also selected the sort of a fellow, and who al- work, Mr. Arthur Flake and Mr. last Smith has given good service to party and to State, and it would so wanted to have some fun, N. T. Barnes for B. Y. P. U. daughter, Mrs. L. B. Maupin, of lumbia, were visiting relatives chapter from which to preach. request of her iave been a great pleasure to said to me, "Heck, can't you work, as well as our own Drs. this place, ue was on nis way at this place Saturday and Sun- Her mates towas for sixcasket. Ky., carry her and Perkins school iis many friends in this section whip this little nigger?" My Powell B. Williams, ofMr. H-and to Columbia to serve as a juror. day. Z. There was children day at this The casket was covered with iad he been designated to fill the reply was, "Idon't know, I will Dr. C.and Dr. J. B. Gambrell, of BAPTIST SUMMER ASSEMBLY. place last Sunday. The children beautiful flowers. vacancy. He is likely to be a try him." I set my basket of Duke Texas, who will represent other recited several good piec es and Funeral services were held at candidate for the short term in apples in a safe place, and soon Baptist" interests, we have ho Georgetown, Ky., July 1914. had the Sunday School march the Baptist church, at Big Creek, the August primary, and the had the Ibest of John Crouch. in reaching this and the day W3S enjoyed by all by her pastor, Bro. Pardeu. The Democrats can have their say in After hejhad been initiated into sense of failure church was filled with heart-broke- n The Baptist Summer Assembly present. jl unmistakable terms. the mysteries of the manly act of high standard. friends and relatives, who self defense) he became one of In addition to the above at- will be held at Georgetown, Ky., Miss Delia Keltner is visiting had gathered to pay the last sad inher grandparents at this place. The sinking of the Empress in us, and we were boon compan traction, we have secured Mr. from July 6th to Tuly 10th rites. She is survived by her the St. Lawrence river last Fri- ions. Iwould fight for him as and Mrs. Scholfield, the Gospel clusive. Mr. George M, Newel, Died, on the 15th, Mrs, Sam father, mother, two brothers and day, adds another heavy loss of 8uick as I would for either of my Singers, so well known in the Local Chairman, Georgetown, Dudley, of Illinois. Her remains two sisters. Ky., assures us that ample acSouth, to lead the music. g vessels. Nine brothers. Poor John, I learned life to were brought back to Pickett Her remains were laid to rest At this time rates will be ob- commodations will be provided Chapel and buried. .hundred and sixty four perished, afterwards that he went to Lebin the family graveyard near while only four hundred and anon and killed himself drinking tained at the hotels and also on for all who wish to attend. He Died, on the 15th, Miss Ora Big Creek church. three were rescued. The disa- Kentucky coffin varnish (whis- the Rail Roads, making the op- desires all those who are going Garmon, with that dreaded disster was due to heavy fog and ap- key.) Although a boy only 8 portunity a splendid one to en- to the Assembly to write at once easeconsumptions, Ora was a Written by one of her friends Myrtie Cole. parently reckless management of years old, I remember distinctly joy the healing waters qf Daw- to him for reservation. First good christian girl and was liked the vessel that sent the Empress when Boots went with Uncle son Springs and the many ad- come, first served. Please do by all who knew her. She leaves Wool Wanted. to the bottom. An investigation Ham to Mexico and when they vantages of the Assembly. Cer- not delay writing him. mother, two brothers father, is now on, ana we trust that due returned. I agree with 'Squire tainly every Baptist Pastor and We have arranged an excellent and two sisters and a host of We pay the highest casli punishment will be meted to the John Eubank (God bless him) Superintendent in West Ken- program. The speakess are relatives to mourn her loss. FunManufacturing Co., that Boots was never in Mexico tucky should attend and bring among the best we have in the Campbellsville, Ky., or we will manparty responsible, should it be eral services at Big Creek, near ufacture your wool as you direct. proven that the accident was due except as a servant. If he was large delegations of their people. Southland. They are Field Sec- Weed. . aoldier, he was not a very val- Every phase of denominational retary, Arthur Flake, of the B. to recklessness. Y. P. U. work, east oi the Miss- iant one, for he brought back work will be discussed. w. r from Mexico a small image of From this Assembly we are issippi, meia becretary, L. r. The attempt of the South Leavell, ,of the Baptist Sunday .American diplomats to adjust one of the Saints that he stole sure that great good will come Sunday School Board, Dr. C. B. the troubles between this gov- from a Catholic church in a town to all organizations represented. Williams, of the Southwestern ernment and Mexico, and also to from which the Mexicans had Brethren, decide at once to come Baptist Theological Seminary, .settle the rebellion in that coun-tr- been driven. The pilfering had and make your plans accordingFort Worth, Texas, Dr. Lincoln reports satisfactory prog- been done he said while the bat- ly. The following hotels have Hulley, president Stetson Uniress. So far matters are still tle was still being .fought. I do been kind enough to entertain There's nothing small about the not recall the Saint represented our speakers and to give special versity, Leland, Fla., Dr. B. D. complicated, and it is our opinion Ford except its purchase price Gray, Cor. Secy., Baptist Home by tjie image, nor the town from rates. and cost to keep. In number of that the peace envoys 'have sewas stolen. I was only NAMES OF HOTELS AND RATES. Mission Board, Atlanta, Ga., Dr. use, in quality cars in world-wid- e lected the proper-locatito ad- which it F. D. Perkins, Cor. Secy., Kenof service to owners .and in its just the troubles, for after all a kid then, and names and places Hamby House $1 a day, Dixon tucky Baptist Educational Sodid not impress me much. I saw House $1 a day, Phillips House daily performance it is the bigthe whole thing is likely to adciety, Louisville, Ky., Dr. T. M. image that'he said came from gest car in the world. 530,000 just itself, and the negotiation the $1 a day, Hendrix House $1 a Hawes, of the Southern. Baptist Mexico, and that was enough for dayy users will testify to these facts. Mrs. B. T. Davis $1 a day, tcan be pushed over the Niagra Theological Seminary, Louisville, me. I think if Boots had ever JFalls. Glenn House $1 a day, Summit Ky., Dr. C. M. Thompson, pasbeen a soldier, I would' have House 1 a day, Arca'dia Hotel Five hundred dollars is the7price of the Ford tor First Baptist Church, found it out, for I had a wonder -$1 50 a day and New Century the touring car is five fifty; the The perpetrator of the horrible ful faculty for wanting Ky. Among others on to know Detroit complete Hotel $2.50 a day. town car seven 3cime of murdering a little girl things. tHe program are Miss Margaret with equipment.- Get- catalog and particuFor accommodations write di- A. Frost, Elementary Specialists Danville, has not been appre1 am so glad the railroad" boom lars from The Buchanan Lyon Co., Incorporhended. A large reward has is not dead. Dear old Columbia, rect to the hotels. Tenn., Miss Kathleen Nashville, ated, Campbellsville, Ky.agents for TayIbeen offered, and detectives are how I would love to see her get For general information write Mallory,' Cor. Secy., W. M. U. lor, Green andAdair counties. at work on the case. If the in the business service. I have to J. J. Gentry, general manager auxiliary to the Southern Bapguilty party is caught he will cer not known much of her and her 205 East Chestnut iSt. Louis-vill- tist Convention; Ky. jainly sit in an electric chair. We are putting special stress good people for more than 50 'Eie'race for ttietDemocratic " Hf HEWS nomination: for Congress in the " fililished Every Wednesday f Third district is growing quite - warm. The present ..incumbent - - BY THE r opposed byWd qther hiilr County News .Company.. is the candidates, ( Incorporated.) might defeat MrT Tnomas but aCSSHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. two can not. All three have active supporters, and speaking Dtsaocr&tic newspaper devoted to. the being filled. of the City of Columbia and the people appointments are ADAIR-iJOW.- i '' years,4 but ic'is'a.dear.old' place,. for most of my loved- - ones jleep m hersilent city, and all but two f Ozark. V. f gentle-menpOne- of Farmers of this community are of us still linger "round the corn. about done loved spot that my infancy Master's Wheat and grass look well, but waiting Ready for To-morr- ow ? my horses regularly and find it a saving proposition planting knew," digestion of all the food eaten, and to make your horses readier for next day's work, add to their evening feed a teaspbonful of other farm animals. In order to Insure thorough Horses digest their feed less thoroughly than i? STOCK MEDICINE with ..,- . -.,, -- -t Bee Dee in-a- Post-offl- ce A to the - neatly-done- . " - t w, 2r - -- 6-1- 0, sea-goin- price-Campbellsvi- lle 23-2- m -- -- y, on I Hop-kinsvill- e, -- run-abou- t; iifty-f.o.- b. - e, - VEE ADlMR COUNTY NEWS Dr. X). KnoxvIlje"-'Schoolof -- 5' returaedfrqm MedickWrJasjb Pianist, Listen! 2. , fmSi v -- An extra good horse mule, 8 years old Mr W. S. Knight, cashier of the G. B. Cheatham, Milltown,Ky. WELL DRILLER Jamestown Bank, came down Friday and attended the district conference Rubber Tires Put On and Guaranon Saturday. I will drill wells in Adair and Goff Bros, teed. Master Lisle Baker, grandson of .adjoining counties. See me betf Judge H. C. Baker, is spending a few i Coltimbia. fore contracting Latest im- WALUM.M LIME PHOSPHATE weeks in A .pair of heavy mare mules for sale Mr. W. H. Newberry, Campbellsyroved, machinery of all kinds. ten years old. Good ones. ' Will-sel- l ville, was here as a delegate to the cheap. Ruel Hutchjson, Pump Repairing Done. Give district conference. f Cane Valley. Attorney General James Garnett me a Call. was here Saturday and Sunday. I will have a lot of good Jersey cows G, YATES --Mrs. James Garnett and her little, and heifers on the Columbia market, Mr. M. Cravens spent Saturday and. son, James, went to Campbellsville Sunday at home. ,, C) last Friday. This week they will re- next Monday, Jane 1st. Jo H. Smith. to their home, Frankfort. Miss Fannie Evans, of Neatsburg, is turn visiting her sisters, Mrs. B. L. Koyse Mr. J. H. Ritchey, of Burkesville, and Mrs. O. C. 3?elly, near town. came up last Sunday, accompanied by Kentucky Fair Dates. Mr. John A. Harris, '.who teaches at his daughter, Miss Alline, who will reColumbia. Tenn., reached home Mon- main with her sister, Mrs.- John Lee The following are the date's Walker, several weeks. day afternoon; for the summer. Rev. Earl Hamilton, of Marrowbone, fixed for holding the Kentucky MissIOllieCrockett.Nashville.Tenn.j andMiss Alva Knight, Jamestown, visited his brother and sister-in-laFairs forI1914, as far as.reported. reached Columbia Monday afternoon. Rev. F, A. Hamilton and wife, thijs Miss Crocket is enroute to her home place, last week. On iiis return home Officers of fairs are. requested to and Miss Knight is accompaningher he was accompanied by his niece, Miss report to uslany'omissions or for a few weeks visit. Ruth Hamilton, who will spend severof dates: Mr. Paul Chandler, this place, will al weeks at Marrowbone. FOR 1913 graduate this week from the KenMrs. C. C. Thomas and her littleson, Mt. Sterling, July 21 5 days. tucky Wesleyan College, Wischester, Robert; Marion, of Calvin, Ky., are Ky., Hisjfather, Kev. J. S. Chandler, visiting Mrs. Thomas' parents, Mr. days. Harrodsburg, July BRIGHTER, BETTER, v" will be present. and Mrs. A. R. Feese', Cane Valley., Berea, JulyJ29 3 days; Mi1. W. ' M. Kelley, who has been BiGGER THAN EVER Last Wednesday Mrs. Thomas and her very sick for several weeks, is very mother visited Mrs. Ray Conover in days. Taylorsville, Aug. THE REGULAR PRICE OF much improved. returning to this place., the latter Mt. Vernon, Aug. 5 3 days. Uev. M. M. Murrell and wife, Mon- Cane Valley with them for a few.days ti cello, spent several days with rel visit. days. Leitchfield, Aug. j THE LOUISVILLE TIME! atives here before the District ConProf W. M. Wilson and wife and litPerryville, Aug. 123 days. ference convened. tle daughter, Melvina, arrived from n Mr. Ed. 2J. Caldwell, Vanceburg, Aug. 12 4 days. Monticello last Wednesday night. IS A YEAR insurance man of Glasgow, was here Thursday morning they were meeting several days of last week. their friends, every body being glad Columbia, 'August. 18 4 days. Judge T. A. Murrell, of Lebanon, to see them, knowing that they were If YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDE! school was herejlast week, soliciting life in- here permanently. Before the Hardinsburg, Aug. 183 days. opens in September Prof. Wilson will surance. TO US, YOU CAN GET people at Williamsburg. Shepherdsville, Aug. 184 Dr. W. E. Cartwright made a pro- visit his home fessional! visitto Louisville last week. days. Mr. andlMrs. Sam Burdett and Mr. THE ADAIR COUNT days. Stanford, Aug. H. "V. Denver visited in Marion county last week. 19 4 Lawrenceburg, Mrs.W. A. Coffey was quite sick Local Market. days. NEWS several days of last week. 30-2t. WI0 POWDER Absolutely Pure Thursday. He has fwomoreJyears, Atkw one will be spent atyMemplUb, the othKing Baggot Rag. er at Louisville Mr. Jas. Cole, of Bakerto'n, who' (by g. w. loVe.) takes a great interest in 'j 'r'phing the f rag, a real hit. a real idea, a A real circulation of Th Adair County News, was in Columbia last Fnc'sty andat-- real melody;' That's all. .Send for it. urday. While the Xe.- hasinany Price, net 25c. per copy.. Address, W. Lowe, friends, not one of them is' held in Columbia, Ky. higher esteem than Mr. Cole. Miss Winnie Dohoney, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. W H. Edsell, Mule For Sale. in Louisville, returned home last - RAISE PIGEONSJf They Par Dollars vhile Chickens pay cents dXY " JM &$Sb - I ' --- G. Always penned up our of rhewajr Very small spae requlreb All this is fully explained in this month's issue of our Jonrnal; send for it; paice 10 cts. The young. 20 to 25 days old, sell for 40 to 60 cents each (according to the season), The city markets are always clamoring for them. Each pair of Pi&eons will, raise I a to 22 youn& a year. They will clear you, above all expenses, $5.00 a year per pair. They breed the entire year. Twenty minutes daily will care for 100 pairs. Z!Riniw Is Cheaper to Thln tQV Buy Nbw , B ,. cnJI Reliable Squab Journal, Versailles Mo. week. ' In every home is Furniture that looks fit only for the attic, or the wood shed. Simply f et can of HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINIS- H 30-2- Personals. J. THE and in a few minutes for a few cents you will have a new and handsome chair or table, or ' cabinet. You can give it an Oak or a Mahogany finish, whichever you prefer. No painting experience is needed just Lus tro and a brush. You'll really enjoy the work. FOR SALE BY LOUISVILLE TIMES Jeffries Hardware Store, wi Kentucky. Columbia, cor-rectio- ns The Rev6Pe-Ja6Kso- n 4 snow 284 UNDER. CANVAS Will 43 Exhibit At 114 well-know- $5.00 COLUMBIA f ONE WEEK COMMENCING JUNE ist Additional Locals. To-day. 193 Aug. A-i- Positively the Greatest Assjenbly of All-St- ar Vaudeville fArtists Ever Collected Under One Tent Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Hancock and their three children left on their return trip to Elida, S"ew Mexico, Sunday morning. Mr. Geo. Hancock accompanied them as far as Louisville. Dr. It. W. Browder, of Russellville, was here during the session of the Elizabethtown; 13 .' i g .' 253 AND district conference. Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks Turkeys days. Grayson, Aug. . Shelbyville, 12 18 3 '. 294 days Aug. 263 days. THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR PRODUCING THE LATESZAND BEST - 00 G Frankfort, Sept. I ): er, of Quanah, Texas, arrived last Ducks 18 Wool spring clipping Thursday afternoon, stopping at the father-in-laMr. E. H. 15 home of her Hides (green) Hughes. 40 Feathers Mr. C. E. McClelland, Mr. Jas. Ginseng 5 50 Smit'j, Mr. J. E. Boss and Mel Allen, 25 Beeswax of Burkesville, were here a few days YellowRoot 275 ago. May Apple(per lb) Mrs. W. M. Kelley was shopping in Columbia last Tuesday. Alleged Hog Cholera Cures. Messrs. G. F. Jones, Elmer Wheat, Ezra Moore, Jamestown, were here a A letter from the Department at few days since. The two former were Washington to this paper says: en route for Louisville, the latcer, Evidence of what appears to be a Kashville. well organized campaign to delude Messrs. L. B. and B Hardesty, Lebfarmers throughout the country into anon, were in Columbia last week. buying an alleged cure for hog cholera Mr. W. H. Jones and his daughter, under the impression that this has Miss Hazel, and granddaughter, Miss been investigated and approved by Frances Jones, all of Cane Valley, the United States Government, has called at the News office last Friday. reached the Department of AgricultMr. B. F. Chewning, who is in the ure. Articles appraising this medrevenue service, is at home for the icine, Benetol by name, are being sent out widespread to newspapers. These summer. Mr. G. u. Guthrie, Amandaville, articles are so worded that it appears as if the Department of Africulture was In Columbia a few days ago. received reports Mr.L. B. Smith, Campbellsville, hadMinnesota showingfrom the State of that the medwas on our streets one day last week. proved most beneficial. As icine had Mr. Veston Holt, Jamestown, spent a matter of fact the one report reseveral days with Walter Goff, last ceived by the Department was an unweek. official and unsolicited statement sent Mr. W. B. Dulin, Glasgow, was in presumably from the promoters themColumbia last week. selves. The Department attaches.no Mrs. Guy Smith, of Loraine, Taylor importance whatsoever to this statecounty, visited at the home of Mr. Js ment. It has no reason to believe in S. Breeding, last week. the efficiency of any proprietory cure for hog cholera and does not recomMiss Jennie Garnett, who teaches at "Williamsburg, reached home last mend any. Under certain conditions Thursday night. She will probably it urges farmers to protect their stock serum but that with remain here during vacation. is all. Miss Mattie Garnett, who is in school at Williamsburg, reached home For Sale. 5 last Thursday night, for the summer. Mr. J. B,. Christie and two daughters', Misses Bettie and Annie, of Good Deering Mower (new) ' G. W Dillon, Breeding, Ky. Knifley, and aiiss Ruby Pedigo, of 30-Shade, attended Conference Summer if you want a Good Jersey cow or last week. J. B., Coffey, Mrs--E. McCandless and her lit- heifer, tali on tle son visited at Gradyville last week. Lime for sale. $1.25 per barrel, y has been t . J. C. Miller. s ' confined to his room, is out. 28-t'. Mrs. TobelHughes and little daught- Geese....: :" 14 days. 23 24 83 10 -- Alexandria, faept. 1 5 days. days. Barboursville, Sept. days. Tompkinsville, Sept. days. Hodgensville, Sept. Scottsville, Sept. 103 days. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Sept. SINGING, TABLOIDS, DANCING, DRAMAS, COMEDY, FARCES OUR FEATURES INCLUDE: FOR ONLY $4.50. prin-te- d THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper 146 days. anywhere. Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, Has the best corps of Sept 29- -5 days. Glasgow, Sept. 304 days. pondents. Horse Cave, Sept. 23 4 days. DAN RANDALL America's Foremost FunMaker corm MISTERIOUS LONDON The Greatest Living Magician and AHusionist Covers the Kentucky field pei Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer fectly. Covers the general news fitl: completely. THE 3 ZARLINGTONSComedy and Novelty Artists - :mf .;- - - H 41 ;i he Adair County News and BABY JOE nu bi i Has the best and fullest kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics The Five Year-Ol- d Wonder , The Cincinnati WceRIy Both One PROF. 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Upto-theminu- All New Show! &' It jgszzsz&s&s. rtO. anti-hog-chole- ra the-world- 's W'9 J 1 mlmm i dlBSi ' 1 and Indigestion caused rae great distress lor two years, jl -iriea many iiuijks iur relief .but got little- help, till at lastl found it lathe best pills or medicine lever tried tb. i rt n W- -. AM w 1 in Every Detail Entire and Complete Change of Program Each Night te DOORS OPEN 7 O'CLOCKSHOW STARTS AT ADiVllSSlON 15 and 20c 3t W. The Adair County News.. "Columbia, Ky. , Mr.sW.-B.-Fattesou,w- hp lllVlf CB. Now!MllVI W ifoPilk Hatfield. Gnyan, W. Va. CENTS PER BOTTLE A7 ALL DRl'GGtSTS. DR. KING'S Benefit of the MODERN WOODMEN Remember the Date " ' . -- - Follow ' the Crowds - f- f HE , ADAIk COUNTY NBWS1 , ; UStE$TAE$. Kentucky pair1 Dates. The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs forJ1914, as far as reported. Officers ofjfairslare requested to report to us anylomissions or corrections of dates: Mt. Sterling, July 215 days. Harrodsburg, July 28 4 days. Berea, JulyS29 3 days. Taylorsville, Aug. days. Mt. Vernon, Aug. ,53 days. Leitchfield, Aug. 114 days. Perryville, Aug. 123 days.-Vanceburg, Aug. 12 4 days. t The . X Matter of Farm Equipments. JHHi MI keep constantly Let every farmer have the f Caskets Ifidies-Robes, on hands a nice line and Coffiins, and Men and also a nice Hurse. Location over Cumberland Grocers Co., Columbia, Ey. Phone 52 A. J. B'. Jones. Daily Courier - Journal $6.00 a Year Sunday Courier - Journal best equipments possible with the means tt hand the more implements the better, other things being, equal but let no one refuse to do his best because his neighbors are better prepared than himself. A man of the writer's acquaintance manages to make a fair crotf every year without plowing his land, for the reason that no equine has fallen to his share of the world's goods." He grows his crops on 4 days. CoIumbian"4aost18 the hillside of his little farm by Hardinsburg, Aug. 183 days. digging with a good mattock, Shepherdsville, Aug. 184 and that patiently while his days. neighbors plow Stanford, Aug. 193 days. lands. Let every farmer equip Lawrenceburg, Aug. 19 4 himself for work commensurate days. with his means, but no one Elizabethtown, Aug. 25-jshould mortgage mV property to The Peevish Child Needs a Laxative It Is natural for a child to laugh and1 play and when It sulks drowsily or cries you may depend on it something physical is the matter. If you see no evidences qt a serious ailment you will not be wrong; if you quietly give It a dose of mild laxative that evening on putting it to bed. The remedy most generally recommended for this purpose is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which mothers throughout the country have been giving their children for a quarter of a century. Today thousands of families are using it where hundreds used It then, and there must be good reason for this word of mouth recommendation. It Is admittedly the perfect laxative for children, women, old people and all others who need a gentle bowel stimulant and not a violent salt, cathartic pill or doctored water. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will act gently, and when taken before retiring wiU bring com Alter a short use of this remedy all forms of outside aid .can be dispensed with and nature will again act alone. All classes of good American people keep it in the home for ills of the stomach, liver and bowels, and among the thousands who have written the doctor that they will never be without It are Mrs. J. W. Haynes. Brady, Ky:, and Mrs. E. L. Weeks, 1744 "W. 2nd St., Owensboro, Ky. A dose of it has saved many a person from a serious illness. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by plete satisfaction In the morningj DR. KINC'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, HI. $1.00 AT ALL 50c AND DRUGGISTS. 43 remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St., Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. C. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON We would be pleased to send the Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from now until the first of April for 50 cents. Or better still we will furnish the Adair County News, one year and the Daily State Journal until April last for 81.25. If you want to keep in in touch with the doings at Frankfort while the Legislature is in session, you should have the State Journal. Special Attnetin lo Eyes their Birdseve view ot our Plant Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at xairprices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. . .LOCATION-NE1 'fj&dJi&&x&tig3&te. AR El HUGHES' RE5IBENCE, 0NBUBKSY1LLE STREET, 3 P days. tv - . iv. $2.00 a Year ; Best National News " State News " Local News Market Reports ' Foreign News purchase implements, when the outcome would be doubtful, with a probable leaning to foreclosure Frankfort, Sept. 1 4 days. Better dig your potatoes with a Alexandria, bept. 1 5 days. sharpened stick than to purchase days. Barboursville, Sept. a hoe, and let all the potatoes go 4 days. Shelbyville, Aug. 263 days. Aug.-2- 9 Grayson, Joseph 3 H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- 23 Tompkinsville, Sept. 24 days. Hodgensville, Sept. 83 days. Scottsville, Sept. Will practice m" this and adjoining counties. : Jamstown, Kentucky to pay for it. 103 days. " Political News of Everything for Everybody Are you interested in what is taking place day by day all over .the world ? If you are you NEED Kentucky. State Fair, LouisCures Stubborn, Itchy Skin Troubles ville, Sept. 146 days. "I could scratch myself to pieces" Horse Cave.JSept. 234 days. is often heard from sufferers of EczePennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, ma, Tetter, Itch and similar Skin Eruptions. Don't Scratch Stop the Sept 29- -5 days. Itching Bt once with Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment. Its first applicaGlasgow, Sept. 304 days. Virginia. erly. Frank Monroe Bev- G 1 P. SMYTHE for Largest in Dixie" W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated FIRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE Louisville, Kentucky. I o WefNever Did. TBE ed woman," says an exchange. day 15 cents. Well, what ofj that? There are Ifthers is no agent in your a goodmany things we never 'town give orderjto the paper in saw a woman do. We never saw which this advertisement ap- a woman who would refuse to pears (you may get a special club- subscribe for the home paper bebing rate,) or send the order di- cause it advocates temperance and law enforcement. We never rect to the Courier-Journa- l. saw a woman sit on a dry goods WEEKLY COUIER-JOUR-- 31 box and "cuss" out the town be A L has beenJCdiscontinued, cause she int FARM AND FAMILY, 'a oE bootleg couldn't buy a bottle poison. We never saw most excellent illustrated monthly a woman!Jgo2fishing with a botmagazine, is a worthy successor. tle of "bait" in her hip pocket !Ehe price is only 25f cents a year. sit all dayfon the damp ground, Ask for a sample copy. go homeJdrunk at night and Courier-Journ- al Company abuse her husband and children JNCOIiPORATED because they didn't believe a lie Louisville, Ky. she told about a "big fish" that broke the hook and got away af Residence Pbone-1B Business Pho c 13 P ter she had nearly landed it. We never saw a woman yank off her BR. N, MURRELL coat, give her pants a hitch, spit on her hands and swear she PENTIST. could whip the biggest man in 'Office, Front rooms in Jeffries' BTd'g town. Come to think of it, there are a good many things we nev up stairs. Columbia, - Kentucky er saw a woman do, and don't want to, either. A few days ago a l years I have been free from the dreadIf there is anj agent in your called our attention to the fact ful ailment." Guaranteed. 50c RecAd ommended by Paull Drug Co town giye himla trial order one that we "never saw a bald-hea- d Homemade Philosophy. month DaiIyI50cents,;with Sunknow-it-ali COURIER-JOUKNA- L. tion starts healing; the red, rough, scaley, Itching skin is soothed by the Healing and Cooling Medicines. Mrs. C. A. Einf eldt, Rock Island, 111., after nsing Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment writes: "This is the first time in nine Windows, JDoors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. 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What the world knows about God could be put in a very small book of pious guesses. It is so hard to teach ' children economy and thrift without teaching them avarice and greed. man has an The open-han- d open heart, but the opening in his pocket may be at the bottom end. Dope, drugs and delusion are always on tap where doctors, do-pe- OVER 65 YEARS EXPERIENCE Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 1 1 2-- CO- - 1 16 Eaat Mathei Street Between PirstfandBrook i.ouisviile. Ky Anvone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain onr opinion free whether an Inrentton is probably patentable. Communications Ptrlctljconfldential. HANDBOOK on Patents cent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken thronch Mann & Co. receive tptcial notice, without charge, in the Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. Scientific American. cirA handsomely Illustrated weekly. culation ot any scientific lournal. Terms. $3 a year: four months, (1. Sold by all newsdealers. ereat Bargain The Louisville Daily Herald And the ... MUNN&Co.3B4BroadNewYorR Branch Office. 625 F SU Washinston. D. C. Are You a Woman ? Adair County News One Year Each Mi Gardui The Woman's Tonic rOfl SALE AT ALL Suirveyi ng rs Take Plenty of Time to Eat. There is a saying thab "rapid eatioeand diplomats doctor the is slow suicide." If you have formed the habit of eating too rapidly vou are dear deluded. most likely suffering from indigestion " Land Owners Attention. Man's inhumanity to man coma or constipation, which will result C. Faulkner, is prepared to do eventually in serious illness unless cor- through one man trying to force rected. Digestion begins in your Surveying correctly. ' Food should be thoroughly the mouth the others to support him in idlemasticated and insalivated. Then when you have He has thirty-thre- e years a fullness of the stomach or feel dull ness. experience. Charges reaand stupid after eating, take one of When we see two people tosonable. Phone 74 or Chamberlain's Tablets. Many severe they know each cases of stomach trouble and constipa- gether we think write tion have been cured by the use of other. Now, were youiever witli these tablets. They are easy to take iJvC. Faulkner, in effect. Sold i anybody you knew 'all the way .and v Columbia, Ky. PaullDrug Co. j 1 through even your own child?- - .For $3.50 This offer will ibid goodjjfor only ak short time. If you want toTkeep posted in poli-tiand current events, subscribe now. Come, bring or send yourjsubscriptions to this office. cs DBttiOSTS F4 n. tf. years experience. joes Special attention Graded School Vetevinavy Surgeon and Dentlbt given to Surgical and Dental work Office at residence near - 1 most-agreeabl- e building. PHONE HO. Wl ,1 ' f- - TH9S'iJlllAIKX50I3!Nr WBWi MP 9 , want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- ceived from the use of Thedford's t" writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no. equal for la grippe, bad colds, W liver and stomach troubles. I, firmly believe ht saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, ;1hey went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's W ht made them break out, and she has had no W trouble.' I shall never be without more Black-DraughBlack-DraugBlack-Draug- Saved Girl's Life " t J ff THE i. A PROGRAM Successor of John C. -- Mayo. $ ff LOU IS VILLI TIMES FOR 1913 IRIGHTER, BETTER, J BLACK-DRAUG- BiGGER THAN EVER HT THE REGULAR PRICE OF J jfc in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, Black-Draug- dizzi- - fl ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ht has proved itself a safe, gp ailments, Thedford's reliable, gentle and .valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Black-Draug- ht. D-6- 3 J THE IS If LOUISVILLE TIME! $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR YOU WiLL SEND ORDEl TO. US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTS 'Will pay well to keep the mon hoe, besides being a fine weapons for destroying weeds, garden in the best of condition is an excellent tool for forming if the weather threatens to be the dust mulch. In fact, all dry. Where one can manage to small tools used for cultivation keep the surface soil stirred to a It NEWS AND .' in the garden are adapted to depth of two or three inches evforming the dust mulch, since ery three days the dust mulch the dirt easily can be smoothed thus will be maintained and the down after them, thereby leavmoisture from beneath will stop ing the minimum amount of the g when it reaches this soil exposed to the sun and wind blanket of fine dust. The com for drying out. close-fittin- THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $4.50. prin- The Daily THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the beat afternoon paper The following: is the program of the Fourth District ConvenIt is up to the State Central' tion of the Christian Church which will convene at Co- and Executive Committeek br, lumbia on Friday night, before the first Sunday in June. name successor of John C. G Mayo on the National Demoratic FRIDAY NIGHT, DISTRICT SESSION Committee. It is very much 7:30 Song Service led by Luther Young more important matter than the 7:45 Bible Study and Prayer W. E. Frazee honoring of some n 8:00 Address by the President Sub. The Problem of the Country Democrat. It should be rememChurch and How to Solve it. Open discussion following bered uhat the last National Dem 9:00 Appointment of Committees and other business ocratic Committee was subserSATURDAY MORNING BIBLE SESSION vient to the interests and to Boss 9:00 Song Service led by W. H. Cundiff Murphy in recommending for 9:10 Bible Study and Prayer W. H. Elliott Judge Alton B. Parker, Tempo9:25 Annual Message from State Worker rary Chairman of the Baltimore 10:00 The Bible School and Missions. C. W. Harrison, L. Young 10:50 How to Teach Adults Convention, over the protest of W. J. Clark 11: Is the Organization of the Modern Bible School a Help to W. J. Bryan; that back of this Bible Study Tobias HufFaker, F. J. Barger was an avowed purpose to take 11:30 Roll Call of District Officers and Schools by Stale Worker the leadership of the party away '12:15 Adjournment for Noon Intermition from Mr. Bryan and to nominate AFTERNOON BIBLE SCHOOL and CHURCH SESSION for President a conservative who :30 Song Service led by W. E. Frazee 1:40 Bible Study and Prayer led by J. S. Chilton would be satisfactory to the Bel1:50 Business Session: mont's, the Ryan's and to that (a) Reading Minutes of last meeting by Sec class of Democrats. If the mat(b) Annual Report of Sec. ter had rested entirely with the (c) Annual report of the Churches of the District (d) Convention Offering National Committee the purpose 2:30 Address, "How Nearly is Protestantism United" of the Cosservafcives would have J. Q. Montgomery been accomplished. Kentucky's The Safety of the Teaching of the Christian Church on the National Committeeman voted Conditions of Salvation ' H. W. Elliott, W. G. Montgomery forjudge Parker. When Mr. Election of officers and Reports of Committees 4: Bryan, seeing the danger to EVENING-Education- al SATURDAY and Benevolent Session Progressive Democrocy, allowed 7:30 Song Service led by J. M. Wolford his name to be offered for Tem7:45 Bible Study and Prayer Horace Jeffries porary Chairman from the floor 8: Address by J. S. Chilton, Supt. Christian Orphans' Home of the Convention the great ma8:30 Special Address, "Christian Education", in charge of a Repjority of the Kentucky delega resentative of the College of the Bible, Lexington, Ky. SUNDAY MORNING SESSION tion voted against him. Includ9:30 Bible School in charge of State Worker ed in the list of those who voted Aim 200 and Offering $10. against Bryan were Gov. Mc- well-know- 1 - Louisville And The Times News ted anywhere. 10:50 11:15 Communion Service conducted by berlands G W. Harrison Has the best corps of cores pondents. Covers the Kentucky field pi. Address by W. H. Elliott, Sub. "The Call of the Cum Sunday Afternoon and Night, C. W. B. M. Session, in charge of Mrs. L. L. Campbell, State Sec, Lexington, Ky. Adair County It fectly. Covers the general news fie) When to Apply Lime. A Plan for the Boy. 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 Adair and Adjoining Counties and is constantly V of- - feting and giving to all comers, Bargains in a1 Lines of goods ,ill send Dry Gtrods, Clothing tf.ndJShofco to any point, by Pareels Post prepaid. Any goods not satisfactory r,ari bn re- - turned by Parcel Post, if in seven day after sent out f "The best time to apply lime, Mr. Farmer, how about that says M. A. Bachtell, of the Col completely. lege of Agriculture, Ohio State crop which the boy is going to Has the best and fullest mi) University, "is during the prep- plant this spring? Have you enkets reports. aration of the seed bed for corn couraged him in planning it? A The thorough cultivation of this small field of popcorn or peanuts DEMOCRATIC in politics bi crop mixes the lime with the up- will interest him as well as furfair to everybody. per soil. By the time clover is nish him with spending money. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP sown on that soil, the lime has Give the boy one or two acres changed it from a sour to a in the corner of the field, and son. sweet condition. The time for let him plow and plant, and tend TION RIGHT AWAY The same fight may be repeatapplying lime, however, admits the crop, so that he will be able ed when the next Democratic of wide variation. Usually a to claim it as his own. Let him candidate for President is named DENTAL OFI1CE' busy spring compels the farmer plant popcorn or peanuts or a If Wilson is not a candidate to to spent his time in getting ready few vegetables could be easily succeed himself, W. J. Bryan Dr. for the season's planting. If sold to the housewives of the will be the candidate of the progDENTIST liming is neglected it can be neighboring town. Peanuts can ressives. Kentucky should name OVER PAXJXjXj DRTJG CO. done at the time of the prep- be grown without much trouble, as National Committeeman a Columbia, Ky. Demo-cr- at. aration of the seed bed for wheat and are almost always a success- true blue, Bryan-Wilso- n raa phone ao. OFFICE PHONH S Lime should not be applied to the ful crop, as they are not maternot for office or from policy, surface and immediately plowed ially affected by dry weather. If but a Democrat fully in accord under, as this tends to place it planted, care should be taken with the principles for which our too far from the surface, where not to plant it near field corn, as two distinguished leaders have it is needed. Neither should the the two will mix to the ruination fought. There should be named caustic forms (hydrated lime and of both. for this important post of honor and Indigestion caused me great distress Quicklime) be applied in connecBy encouraging the boy to some Democrat who has never for two years. I triec many things for relief, bat got little help, till at last I f onnd it in tuo best pills or medicine I ever tried tion with manure and fertilizers. plant popcorn or peanuts, enough wavered in his support of Bryan, It is better to plow the manure will be raised for the winter at who has no ax to grind, who is under and put the lime on top of home and .some to sell at the not controlled by the liquor inC.E. Hatfield. Gnyan.W.Va. . Tithe SOU. In case the manure is grocery. Let the boy do the sell- terest or any other interest. ZS CEHTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS.. desired for top dressing, the lime ing, and let him keep the money Only this kind of a Democrat will should be worked into the soil at that he gets. A small start like be acceptable to the rank and file News. least two weeks prior to applica- this will make him ambitious to of the party. WELL DRILLER tion of the manure. Likewise it raise a larger crop next year, . ..- k...,..- - r... mm nnd m. .! ioiii x.v..w, ... to apply the lime some and his interest in farm work arrhoea Remedy. I will drill wells in Adair and is well Every family without exception will be insured. adjoining counties. See me be- time previous to commercial should keep this preparation at hand during the hot weather of the summer fore contracting. Latest Your Rheumatism. Shake off months. Chamberlain's Colic, Chol-ei- a machinery of all kinds. Can't Keep It Secret. and Diarrhoea Eemedy is worth to get rid Now Is the The splendid work'of Chamberlain's rheumatism. time a twenty-fiv- e of your many times its cost when needed, and Pump Repairing Done. Give Try cent Creary, Judge Allie Young, J. N. Camden and Rufus Vansant. Mr. Bryan only received three and a half votes out of Kentucky's 26 votes. These were cast by such loyal Democrats as Ollie M. James, J. C. W. Beckham, and Mr. Bryan Owsley Stanley. saved the Democratic party from the control of Belmont. Ryan and Murphy in spite of the National Democratic Committee and the majority of the Kentucky delegation, and succeeded in securing the nomination of Woodrow Wil James Triplett Stomach Pains DR. KING'S NewLifePills E-To- wn .. , im-yrov- ed Woodson kewis me Call. . , C. YATES No such grand remedy- - for bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and your rheumatic pains stomach and liver troubles has ever. see how quickly Soldjbaull DrugCo. i&nkndwn.vForsaleb'y Paul! Drug Ad Ad, known. Tablets is daily becoming more widely W' is almost certain to be needed before the summer is oyer. It has no superior for the purposes for which it is- intended. Buy it now. For sale- by: . iPaullDrugCo.. Adr :" z KSM T i :V e K the:abair county news 5 Gridyville. Purdy. AT- mm . M we who were on the leading boat discovered that we were honored People are' planting 'their "new by the President, who chose to We are getting distressly dry go on our vessel. Here it may ia this community at this time. ground. well to make mention of some Miss Cora Burton died yester- be .-B. Taylor, of Columbia, was of the characteristics of this mewith our merchants last Friday, day 'morning after a long illness. -G- 4$iQm&QQ"Q"$ 444hQ444. Q the lacking after produce. George Hunn, of Columbia, was through here the first of the week contracting lambs for fu ture delivery. Wesley Burton is having an addition put to his dwelling at this time. Beatrice Sparks, who has been visiting in Cumberland county, for the past week or so, returned home the first of the week. Strong Hill spent several days 3n Columbia last week attending Court. Mr. and Mrs. L. Durham, of Greensburg, spent one night in our city last week. . mon. Misses Ora and Mallie Moss in Mrs. Ellen Campbell is better company with Miss Mollie Flowat this writing. ers, spent last week in Columbia Mr. Tom Hadley and family attending District Conference. visited Mr. Henry Gooden and Mr. McCleand, of Burkesville, family, Saturday and Sunday. . in company with Mr. C. CrenMrs. Martha Burton visited shaw, of Columbia, spent one her sister, Mrs. Thompson Bur-- James Gilpin, of Sparksville, was in our midst last Friday, having some blacksmithing done, tiest girl. prepartory for plowing corn. Little Deally "McQueary visited Mr. arid Mrs. C. 0. Moss and son spent last Sunday with rela- her grand parents several days tives in the Fairplay community. last week. Edgar Diddle, who has been Mr. R. W. Harmon filled his appointment the second Sunday mschool, for the past ninemonths May, ancLhad a large attendat Columbia, returned home the in ance. Come again Brother Harfirst of the week. Mr. Laban Burton is in a bad try immediately surrounding. condition. These things readily attracted Miss Wannie Grimsley and Mr. the attention of the students. Lilburn Breeding eloped to TenAs stated above, the course of nessee, last Sunday night. this stream is very winding, conMr. Willie Burton and wife taining some good examples of visited the latter's parents last the loops as found on the Sunday. course of the Mississippi and Our Sunday School is progress- other streams of more importance ing nicely under the manage Barren river contains a very We can get Repairs insignificant area of bottom land, ment of Mr. Henry Gooden. The pie supper at Bear Wallow, as the imbankment which is the second Saturday in May, was somewhat peculiar in its formalargely attended, as it was at tion. In some instances a visit Purdy, the 6th of last Novem- abruptly even from the waters ber, but the cake did not bring edge to a lofly altitude. The N. R. Beard bought one 2 year" quite as much. It brought $10. most attractive niece of archi and Miss Allie Burton was the tectural work we witnessed was old mule from Mr. David Harden prettiest girl, and the cake at Brown's Lock, which we found Consideration $110. Purdy brought $43.15, and Miss ourselves detained in, after two Mr. and Mrs. Thos. McDermott Cordelia McQueary was the pret- hours constant decent of the spent Sunday with Mr. and ox-bo- w andering stream and the coun- nr save your big Wheat Crop. 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 for most all Binders and Mowers made Deering Binder will 1 The Jeffries Hardware Store. 4$$84"Q6Q8Q8"6'6 last 6"9"fr84"8"8"6'$"9 ! night in our city last week. Mr. John Morrison, of Columbia, while 'in our midst last Friday, "bought several nice trees from Mr. James Gilpin, of Spark-- t ville. The trees will be sawed in .shipping lumber near this place. . James Diddle spent last week In the Dean woods; near this place, hauling logs for Hicks & Mr. John Campbell and wife, J)urham, of Greensburg. They visited his sick mother, last it next place. quite a lot of lumber on week. Rain is badly needed in this - for market at their ya'rd readysection. No tobacco ground preMiss' Cordelia McQueary and this time. pared yet. Plants ready. CasMiss Myrtie Burton visited Mrs ey Creek is so low the mill at L. C. Hindman and his daugh- Maud McQueary one day last " Watson has closed down. ter, Miss Mabel, of Coluram, .week. spent last Saturday visiting relRobt. Earles teams and Mr. Misses Martha and Pearl McIngram Robertson are hauling atives in our city. Queary were the guests of Miss headings from Joe Beards to Mrs. Merida Wilson spent last Jane Burton last Monday. this place. week visiting relatives in the the domestic science department Mr. L. C Smith, the bridge Price's Creek community. An Excursion on Barren River. of the Normal School. carpenter and one of his work Mrs. A. T. Sherrili is visiting After refreshments had been hands, went fishing one day last served throngs began to ascend friends and relatives at Editor News: and caught four nice. fish. and Lebanon at this Thinking perhaps some of the the surrounding hills, and make Henry Collins, of Campbells-vill- e, time. readers of 'the News might have explorations in the forests, while was through here one day Mr. Clay Kinnaird, of Red a degree of anxiety to acquire a number of the young men were last week looking for sheep. Lick, was in our midst last Fri- information relative to the an- busily engaged bathing in the day and reports wheat crops fine nual boat excursion given to the portion of water which surroundBeck's Store. ed the boats. but oats and meadow grass a lit-- . students and faculty of the At 3:30 the Chaperon backed on May 23, I wish to oftie short on the account of the As it has softie time since there out and renewed its voyage up continued drouth in his section. fer a few lines of information. has been a letter in the News This occasion is one looked for- stream, being.clpsely pursued, by Holladay, one of our Mr. John place, I will attempt to by the student body; with the Bowling Green. Here the from this oliisi and reliable school teach- ward in a few items. N anticipation of pleasure' which leading vessel, without being deus last Fri- an " er called in to see Qrops of all kind here need a affords recreation of both the tained anywhere, reached its day, while enroute for Columbia, dpsiHnnr.inn ahniif. ft n'nlnnlr. .Trip good rain. mental and intellectual forces. ESUi . ,, y, . us that he had been and informed pursuing vessel jaiiueu ao vreen-castlHealthjs good and everybody When the hour arrived for this employed to teach the school at where we were detained is busy. august throng to take its departCreek, in the same disPrice's the city, they promptly for some time. After which we Rev. Caughron and wife, C. C. taught last year. ure from trict that he assembled around Central Park, again passed the locks and from Traylor and wife. Mr. Crifc Cole Miss Emma Bragg, of James- where va force of thence we were carried directly and wife, all of this place, left town, spent a day or so visiting cars were in wait. When orders to our final landing place, where today to attend District Conferrelatives in our city last week. were received the cars were rap- we again boarded our cars and ence at Columbia. k space of time-founOur old friend, EdC. Caldwell, idly bbarded, and as they passed, m, a short Mrs. Kate Jones, of Glenyille, ourselves nearing the source of company with down Main Street echoing of Glasgow, in recently been visiting relainvigorating inspiration in rwhich has passed from car to car. Robert Reed, of Columbia, called tives at this place. Upon reaching the wharf," we Western Kentucky should pride. to see us one day last week. in Mr. Henry Sparks arid family f Velmer Aaron. Mr. Caldwell is one of the first discovered two large steamers spent last Sunday with his parinsurance men that ever worked awaiting okr arrival: namely the Knifiey. J. .Sparks. ents, Mr. and Mrs. , in this section of county, some- (Bowling Green and Chaperon.) MissLalla Thomas is visiting or thirty At 8 o'clock both vessels steamMr. G. M.'Baulfc has been thing like twenty-fiv-e to bis bed for several days her cousin, Miss Ruth Thomas, years ago and has been in this ed out with Bowling Green in aam-nratBkketton': ; flta laai3 SVinrfltr aft-awith Sciatica rheumatism. !i businws ever since. I i- - ton, Saturday. The burning of Mr. F. W. Thompson's new ground was a success. It didn't onJy burn the brush and logs, but it also burned the top of the ground and some of his green wheat. Well I hope we are going to have rain pretty soon for it is very much needed. stream. For the benefit of those who may not have cbanced to see and study the structure of a lock and dam, I wish to say that if you have any difficulty in forming a definite opinion as to their structure that when you have the opportunity to see one, you will find the mechanism very simple, and that they are founded on a very economical bases. The dam above mentioned is found to be of vast importance as it makes navigation possible throughout the year as far up as as Bowling Green. Otherwise this would be an unprofitable stream as far as navigation is concerned. After a short detainment in the lock the lower gate was opened and again we found ourselves in pursuit of our journey. After closely observing the vast number of natures grandeurs we came to land at the noon hour at the place familiarly known by the students, as Sabley.s Rock. In a short time the Chaperon, who had lagged behind landed at our side. As soon as means of passage could be obtained, a hearty cooperation insured by parties of both boats. At this juncture a sufficient supply of lunches for all were served, which was prepared by Mrs. C. M. Bault. By the time this letter goes to press, our bridge at Plum Point will be completed to the joy and gladness of everybody in this sectidh. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Arnold and family, of Cane Valley, visited the former's father, Mr. John Arnold, last Sunday. Rev. C. F. Allen filled his reg ular appointment at Pamell Chap el the fourth Saturday night and Sunday. Died, on the 22nd of May, Mrs. David Harden, with a complication of diseases, Interment at want Mastic Paint M EXPERIENCE has taught the man who It lasts longer, that it looks use MASTIC PAINT. better and covers more surface than Keg Lead and Oil hand paint. You will save mixed paint or ordinary ready-mixe- d money and disappointment when using is'"paintwise" Mastic KumY "The Kind TTiat Lasts i jDEHIND every gallon of this old -- reliable paint is an iron-cla- d guar' antee. It means that MASTIC PAINT Every gallon must give satisfaction. undergoes the most rigid tests before Be sure to it is placed on sale. specify MASTIC PAINT it means utmost paint satisfaction. the Harden graveyard. Rev. Winkler, of Taylor county, will preach, the second Sat- urday night, Sunday and Sunday night each month, for a year at this place. Mr. Robert Earls has his heading machine located at Joe Beards. Having bought J, W. Parnell's timber, he will move to T?D T? T? JL" AV-UJL- Illustrated booklet, "Homes and How to Paint Them," also color card of MASTIC PAINT or any other Pee Gee Finish. Ask us or write CO., Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. direct to PEASLEE-GAULBER- T J PauII Drug Columbia Company Kentucky. , W. J. Bean transacted Our Sunday School is progress- nicelv and eood attendance, iness at Columbia, last Thursday. Camp-bellsvil- le West-Norm- al to-sen- d es Prof. Louis Clifton and wife, of Burkesville, spent-- the latter part of last week, with their stu-- ? dents, Misses Eula and Robie Traylor. Miss Eliza Strange, of Glen-forhas been visiting her brother, Mr. E. W. Strange. Cole and Luttrel are in the goods business here. They have a general line of goods. Miss Annie Branham,of Breed-inspent Thursday at C. C. Traylors. Miss Florence Caughron is spending this week with Mis3 Feriba Smith. j MissAudra Allen is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. K. Traylor. Messrs. .Curt Winfrey and Jesse Ellington made a trip to Louisk, g, Granville Esters visited his w, son-in-la- Rev. H. T. Je3see, last Wednesday. Koy Harvey, who has been visiting at this clace for the past week, returned home Thursday. -- well-manned . d ap-pl'au- se Jim Rupe bought a cow from Bob Young, last week for $40. ' Last Wednesday, while Eli Rossen and daughter, Lucy, were enroute to Columbia, going down the hill to Petit's Fork, they met an auto, which excited his mule. He told them to stop, but they only laughed at them, knocking over Mr. Rossen, and caused the mule to plunge sideways and break out one shaft of the buggy. The auto made no halt. It was owned by some parties of Burkesville. Autoists ought to be made to respect other peoples rights to the road, or ville last week. be made to come off. Rupy. A mule colt belonging to Bob Simpson,of this place, got its. Mr. John Howe Wilson, of x Ok- leg broke last week. lahoma, is visiting his daughter, Mr. John Howe Wilson is down MrsVNoahAkih?of this place, sick with the flux, at Frank Cur-rie'- s. this week ' . Rev. Willis Howe, of Metcalfe V con-fine- d -- - r r county, preached an interesting sermon at this place, last Sun day, toa large congregation. MisaAltaTompsn is "visiting Mrs. Tom Shirley; rat Price's Creek, this week. Strange, the Ruliegh man, of Metcalfe county, reports .F. A. trade good. Ruel and Buel Shives and Gilliam AKin caught a nice lot of fish last Thursday, attheAJrin pond. - S A