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"3c N, officials regarding the building of a railroad from Campbellsville to Columbia, or the extension of the L. & N. from Greensburg, reports that no prospects" are in sight for immediate work. Their conference was with Mr. W. L. Maypather, First Vice President of the road, and a gentleman and business man of the highest integrity. The entire situation was discussed, affecting the interests of this section as well as the railroad company, and while that company would pride in the development of this part of the State, now without railroad facilities, the committee was informed that the company would not, at this time, take CampbellsvTlle a v,tp tl nun ill Wr'"ir B COlUMBiA, ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, I f QnBr HWfVnfli mc wrmmwmuks JL w ml sm t7W I KTmfWL M m !'! m inB'Yi m. ! t n-- - -4 - if; ? V WEDNESDAY YOTUMFXVII JUNE 10, 1914. I . The Fourth District Convention. NUMRFDQ9 "The Progress of CampbellsvlIIe. " ' Speaking at Campbellsville. The appointments of Gov. J. B. Mc-Creary, School Affairs. The Tune examination for whiteap-plicant- s will be held at the Graded School Building on the third Friday and Saturday )19 and 20 ) The examination for colored applicants will be held at the Superintendent's office on the fourth Friday and Saturday (26 and 27.) This will be the last examination until September. ,AU applicants must be of unquestionably good moral character, and at least 18 years of age prior to the date of the examination. Albace requested to be present by 8 o'clock on Friday morning, so as to begin as early as possible. All the rural public shools of the county will be required to begin on Monday July Gth. This will give time for them to close before the Christ mas holidays. A J person forms a small conception f the magnitude of the place, but to go over it you are convinced that it is "a city that can not be hid." Lasfe Saturday a representative of this paper was called to this thriving .town, and while there, was driven in an automobile, by Mr. Robert J. Lyon, one of the firm of Buchanan, Xyon Company, out the principal streets. As he had not been over the town in many years, he was surprised at the growth of the place during the last decade. The last census gave Campbellsville a population of less than fifteen hundred, but we are satisfied that as many as twenty-fiv- e hundred persons, who are town people to all intents and purposes, make up the population. People who do not reside in the corporate limits are not taken when the enumerator comes round, hence there are persons who are doing business upon Main Street, living over the line, and are not counted citizens of the incorporated town-- do not pay municipal taxes, but live in town all the same. In going over Campbellsville, The News man was deeply impressed with the many beautiful homes, attractive lawns, etc. There are miles of concrete walks in the city, and the business houses are large and conveniently arranged. There are many buildings in Campbellsville which would be a credit to a town of fifteen or twenty thousand population. The banking and office building, owned and built by Mr. Geo. IL Gowdy recently, is a magnificent structure, one of the most imposing business houses we ever saw in what is termed, by metropolitan people, a country town. It was built at great expense, bub it will be a monument to the memory of Mr. Gowdy long after he crosses to the other side. The whole town is proud of this building, and their appreciation, often expressed, is just and due the gentleman who erected it. The interior of Mr. Gowdy's bank is finished in rosewood and marble, and it is a thing of beau- In passing through x Just Compliment. a candidate for United States Senator, and Hon. Rollin Hurt, candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, drew a fairly good crowd of Democrats to Campbellsville last Sat-uada- y. Gov. McCreary spoe first, occupying one hour and fifteen minutes. He dwelt upon his record as a Democratic official, both in State "and in the na tion, covering a period of a half century and also his record as a private . The Fourbh District Convention of "We were deliehted in last, woob-'the Christian Church convened at Co- edition of your paper that vou. mad lumbia on Friday evening before the such deserving mention of the Adair first Sunday in June, and continued county boys who took part at the reover Sunday evening, a success in evH cent session of the Columbia District-- , ery way. it was largely attended Conference, and think one of Adair from the beginning. The four coun- county's girls, Mrs. A. L. Mell, (ne& ties composing the district, Adair, Lena Grissom,) who brought a great and Wayne were all represented except Wayne. There were present the following preachers and workers: H. W. Elliott, Secretary of Stabe Missions; W. E. Frazee, Sbate Bible School worker; J. S. Hilton, Superintendent of the Christian Orphans' home; J. Q. Montgomery, of Liberby, Lubher Young, F. J. Tobias Huffaker. The program was carried oub wibh the exception of the subjects assigned to C. "W. Harrison, of Monticello, who was hindered from being piesent. on account of sickness in his family. J. Q. Montgomery's address on "How Nearly is Protestanism United," was a splendid and much enjoyed by those who heard it. Saturday morning was assigned the Bible School Session, and was largely conducted by our State Bible School worker, W. E. Frazee, who is well up on the work and gave some fine talks on the aims of the Sbate Assocsabion. H. W. Elliott's address on "Are the Conditions of Salvation as Taught by the Christian Church Safe?" was well received. Sunday afternoon and night was given to the C. W. B. M. work conducted5 by Mrs. L. L. Campbell, of Lexington, and Mrs. Walden, of Danville. They had a a splendid program Bar-gerand Casey, Russell any financial interest in the building of the road, but when business conditions would justify the investment, the company would take u p this proposition with the people here and would with us in its buildte ing. From what we can learn fionv those who were in the conference every one feels hopeful that before another decade passes Columbia vill be on the railroad map. Each one speaks in the highest terms of Mr. Maypather, of his courteous treatment and the interest he manifested in the proposed enter- prise.and welfare of this part of the State. The old saying that "Rome was not built in a day," and :,keeping everlastingly at it brings success" ought to apply and inspire in our efforts to secure a railroad. The situation is a hopeful one and in due course of time with reasonable effort and in- citizen. He referred to former "and Congressman Stanley, his opponents, but did io in a most courteous manner. His record as a Confederate soldier was also given, being reminded of the dark and bloody days by being so close to the Green River Bridge where a memorable battle was fought in 1863. The Governor made a good impression, and he has considerable supportjn Taylor county. He was followed by Mr. Hurt, who spoke only twenty-fiv- e minutes, saying a great deal in that length of time. Before the hour of speaking, Mr. Hurt was greeted by many Taylor county citizens, who say that there is scarcely a doubt bub he will carry the county by a large majority. Both-Gov- . McCreary and Mr. Hurt were introduced by Mr. J. R. Sanders. Gov-Beckha- missionary address considered by many the best ever delivered in Columbia, should have some medtion-H- er subject "The Conquest of Heathen Nations, the Subjugation of Latin countries, and the Redeeming o f our The Adair County .Teachers' Insti tute will be held at the Lindsay-Wi10-14. l ouw country.'.1 The message was delivered in a moat forceful and pathetic way, and Adair county shall be well proud of her daughter, Mrs. Mell, who holds tha important position among the women of the Louisville Conference Society son Building on August Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, of Morehead, Rowan county, will be first instructor, and will be assisted by Profs. J'. C. Willis, T. J. "Coates and others, with of home forces, will the easily make this the best institute Adair County has ever had. Mrs. Stewart is an educational lecturer of national fame, and as an institute instructor has no superior in the State. "We as Field Secretary. Nearly Critic a Century. ninety-si- x Mrs. Mary, Noel, who was or ninety-seve- n the home of her Mr. W. F. Squires, last Monday afternoon. son-in-la- years old, died afc Will Go to a Farm. son-in-la- w outfit, and am located at his former shops on Bomar Heights, Columbia, Wool Wanted. Ky. I am prepared to do do all kinds of work in the way of repairing machinery. I also furnish repairs, in We pay the .highest cash price. Campbellsville Manufacturing Co., or iron fixtures. either brass ty. I am fuljy qualified to do all kinds Campbellsville, Ky., or we will manThe writer did not attend the to- of work. 1 solicit your patronage. ufacture your wool as you direct. bacco meeting which was held at the J. M. Kearnes. court house in the forenoon, the object being to form a corporation and Received His Diploma. Bridge Received and Bill Paid. start a loose leaf house. Before leaving town he learned that, all arrange-"ment- s were virtually settled, and that The people living on Green river atfd Prof. Paul C. Chandler, of this, place the enterprise was a sure go. Such a at Kniiley and Roley are greatly elated son of Rev. J. S. Chandler, graduated house will certainly be very convenient over the replacing of the iron bridge from Kentucky Wesleyan College, for the tobacco growers of Taylor and across Green river at Plum Point. The Winchester, last week. He was the adjoining counties. Fiscal Court met a few days ago, re- Faculty representative and he spoke The two hotels were busy during ceived the bridge, after inspection, on "The Efficiency of the College." the dayT The writer stopped at The and paid for it. The total cost of re- Prof. Chandler reached home the latNew Merchant, and was very delight- placing, some few pieces having to be ter part of last week, and will-a- t once fully entertained. supplied, was 82,100. It is said to be commence working for theLindsey-Wilsohaving been elected as The growth of Campbellsville shows a splendid piece of work, and is proconclusively what a railroad will do nounced one of the best bridges in the for the coming year. for a town, hence there should be no county. For Sale. let up upon the part of the people of Adair county to secure a road to Marriage Licenses. 26-223-2n, Cs-lumb- of Mrs. Mr. H. V. Denver, M. E. Marcum, this place, and Mr of Mrs. Lena Sam Burdett, Paull, purchased last week, what is known as the widow Sanders' farm, containing 90 acres, good dwelling and outbuildings, located three miles this terest on our part, success will come. side of Lebanon. Price private. They are now in possession, but will not remove to the farm until the first of Machine Shop. January. It is a fine piece of property I have purchased theW. A. Helm and said to be a bargain at the money. son-in-law insist most earnestly that the trustees attend as well as the teachers. Teachers who have not yet drawn all their pay for teaching last year will,pleasecallab once and get their checks. It has all been on hand for four months, and the time for the Superindenb to make his final settle ment is drawing near. and vtjis well rendered Respectfully, Some of our women gave some good Tobias Huffaker, Supt. A. O. S. addresses. Mrs. Bob Rowe,- - Mrs. L. O. Taylor, Misses Mary Lucy Lowe, Likes the Paper. Kate Gill, Mrs. Rubarts and others. Mrs. Ray Montgomery gave some beautiful solos which were enjoyed by A note from Mr Ivan E. McDougle She was bornand reared in Adair county, her maiden name being Walkup. Her husband died, aboub fif by years ago. She was a highly respected old lady and wilLbe greably missed in bhe neighborhood. She was the mother of John and Sam Noel, who live in Texas. Her daughter, Bettie, who was the wife of Mr. W. F. Squires, died many years ago. it Straykd: From my premises, near Rife, Ky., a dark Jersey heifer, three years old, weight about 900 pounds Will pay for information in regard to her. B. W. Pierce- v 32-tRife, Ky. f. The two papers published in Campbellsville are doing well, both reporting that they were having a fine run on and that their advertising patronage good. Dr. W. T. Chandler's drug store is where the bureau of information is lo- cated. The doctor is generally sur rounded by intelligent gentlemen, and if you are seeking information, you do not have to go further. D. W. Gowdy, Dr. J. B. Buchanan, R. E. Puyear, Dx. W. T. Chandler, J. E. Gowdy and others do not look like barefooted boys at play. Their locks have grown thin and' gray since their boyhood days, but the world has been good to them, and the writer believes they will continue to do all the good they can in the world. Campbellsville is soon to have water works, work for the reservoir having job-wor- k commenced. The Buchanan Lyon Co. continues to enjoy a large trade. During the day, Saturday, we noticed a number of customers who live fifteen and twenty miles from le making purchases. At this place you can get any thing jou want from a paper of pins to a threshing machine. Enough for the A young man who lives at Garland, present some other time. Texas, has sent this office a letter for Rev. J. G. Freeman, a superanuated publication and he also sent his phoMethodist preacher, who was known tograph. He did not sign the letter, to great many Adair county people, and we have failed to find a person The was burned to death at his home in who recognizes the picture. on the night of the 2nd writer states that he either lef 6 this Eiizabethtown ot this month. He was standing in town or Adair county in 1903. front of a grate dressed in, his night Tires Put On and Guaran-GoffBrorobe, when his clothing caught fire, with the result as above stated. His teed. tf wife's hands got badly burned in trying to extinguish the flames. Mr. Olie McKinley and Miss Susie Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson has a nice Ice Bryant, who live, in the White Oak Cnam Parlor on Burkesville Street. precinct, were married on the Lindsey-Wilso- n 31-S.ll solicits your patronage. hill lasb Sunday by Rev. J. S. , Chandler. ' It will only be a few we,eks until brick layingab the new dormitory The work of plastering the new will commence. Baptist church is now in progress.' It several t weeks, to .complete . Anew prown workjshirt found and rwill take s. bushels to f roneffif teen to twenty-fiv- e acre. A man who was reared upon the a farm and knows how to estimate, said to the News a few days ago, tha't The first day of circuit court in- if he was a betting man he would be variably brings a large crowd to willing to wager that Mr. Allen WalJamestown. Next Monday court opens ker would garner 500 bushels from his and people from all over the county McFarland farm, in the suburbs of will be in attendance, and many from Columbia. adjoining counties. There is usually some stock on themarket, horses and Mr. Mikel, who is a skilled stone mules, and more than likely a number mason, will finish the foundation for of sales will be made. Notwithstand- the dormitory" this week. He also put ing hundreds of people attend the in the foundation for the Baptist Russell circuit court, the crowd is in- church, the two jobs being pronounced variably orderly. Many come on busL by inspectors as extra good Dr. ness, while others come to meet and Browder, of Russellville, a member of shake hands with friends, talk over the building committee, was here last crop prospects, etc. week and inspected the foundation of the dormitory. He was so well pleased 4 foot cord wood wanted at once at that he tried to induce Mr. Mikel to S2.50 per cord. brickyard, Columbia, come to his town and lay the foundation for a school building. "W. II. Simms. The following marriage licenses were issued from the Adair County Clerk's office during the month or May. Lambert Sanders to Mary Cundiff. E. R. Miller to Bessie Davenport. J. B. Morgan to Leather Moss. A. CPriceo, Ermine Page. O. L? Mckinley to Susie Bryant 30-3- Good Deering Mower (new) b G. W Dillon, Breeding, Ky. As an evidencethat the wheat crop of Adair county will be unusually large, a number of fields, the ground not being very strong, will turn out early spring days just remember that aven Boston, up here in New EngRsport,Mate Equalization Board. land, experienced several warm days in May this year when the thermone; terstood at 95. It seems to me to be The total equalized value of all everyblt as hot as Kentucky ever was. property in Kentucky subject to assessment by County Assessors is T. E. C. Floyd Dead. for 1914, which is 512,102,633, higher bhan for 1913. This was an increase of $18,423,215 over assessed n citizen dies with cancer valuabion of $345,845,623. bhe The State of the stomach at Casey Creek, Ky., Board of Equalization completed its May2Sth. Thomas Edward Clellan work and complied its report. Floyd was a highly respected citizen, Land assessments were increased by having lived in this commuity about the board frrom S351,625,429 to 18 months. He died with cancer of assessment of town lots from the stomach. He was 65 years and 20 $296,970,527 to $299,306,656 and persondays old and leaves a wife and many ality from SHOgO" to 3lf9,697,138. friends to mourn their loss. Funeral The dog .tax amounts to 8103,040,-an- d services were conducted from the resiexemptions to S80,75S,649. dence by Rev. Moxley, of this place, The report of Adair interment was in McWhorter ceme- and other countiesthe Board on of in this part the tery where a large crowd of friends State is as follows. followed his remains to its last resting Adair, as assessed, $2,610,340; as place. equalized, 2,806,668; amount of taxes to be paid, $14,033. 1.25 per barrel. Lime for sale. Casey, as assessed, $2,232,763; as J. C. Miller. equalized, $2,481,136; taxes on same, 28-t$864-273,8- 38 Well-knowS364-511,39- saysf Will you please change the address on my copy of your paper to Richmond Ky., for the summer? I enjoy your weekly messages very much and don't like to miss a single issue. While only a citizen of your community for a short 9 months I always find news that is of interest to me. If you ever find yourself wishing that you were in a cooler climate these all. Miss Kate Warriner, of Liberty, who is a niece of Mrs. T. C. Davidson, of this place, sang some beautiful solos, which Sbntributed much to the joy of the song loving folks. The good women of the town did themselves proud in the bountiful dinners they provided for the two days Convention. The whola Convention was a feast of good things from the beginning bo the close. Miss Sallie Price, who was a daughMr. Jack Price, who lived near Milltown, was educated in the Masonic Home, Louisville. After her graduation she married Mr. W. H. Johnson, of Gratz, Ky. They lived happily together for five years, when death removed the wife, on March 16, 1913, She left a bright little daughter who was four years old the 7th of this month. She is the idol of a fond father. Mr. Johnson, writing to Mr. J. ter of R. Tutt, Milltown, in speaking of his departed companion, says: "Sallie was a model woman, possessing the sweetest disposition. She was a devoted, loving,' Christian wife." We have some summer Dress goods and Muslin that we will sell ab cosb. Gill & Waggener. 5; Chester, a fourteen year old son of James Coffey, bins place, barely escaped with his life Monday afternoon. He was riding a mule, at a rapid gait, and in making the crossing between Mr. H. X. Miller's home and that of Mrs. Sarah Bradshaw, the animal fell, the boy falling under him. He was considerably hurt, but will come around all right in a few days. Mr. Evans Bros, bought a few days ago 770 acres of land from John T. Russell, Greensburg. The land is located on Giles Ridge, Adair county. Consideration, 82,500 Rev. L. C. Kelley, pastor of the Baptist Church, Campbellsville, will f 112,403. preach' here the third Sunday. Rev. If the people of Russell county want Clinton, as assessed, $1,295,901; as O. P. Bush will fill Rev. Kelley's pulto do business with the Adair County equalized, $1,408,833; taxes to be paid, pit at Campbellsville same day. News, a representative of the paper 37,044. A married daughter of Mr. Peter M. Cumberland, as assessed, $,785,051, will give them an opportunity if they will meet him the first two days of as equalized, $1,945,105; taxes on same, Bryant, died in Illinois last Friday $9,725. . circuit court in Jamestown, next Monday and Tuesday. V night. Her remains reached here d. Green, as assessed, $1,310,258; as Monday night night, and will be equalized, $1,419,897; taxes, to be paid, in the family grave-yarm ' the latter being a candldale for Durham, Taylor county, stock,dealers, Judge of the Court of Appeals, subjecb were in Adair last week, looking for cabbie. to the August primary. , Metcalfe, as assessed, $1,611,117; as is nob very equalized, $1,676,710; taxes on same, ldrge, but a great many yeomanry will pub in an appearance bhe firsb two $8,384. Russell, as assessed, $1,873,855; as days. equalized, $1,373,355; taxes. $9,369 It is reported that the brick kiln lowered. as assessed, 81,834,455; as Taylor, will be fired this week. The brick are dormitory on Lindsey-Wilso- n equalized, $1,884,455; taxes, $9,422. for the new Wayne, as assessed, $3,588,746;. as Go to Mrs. Wilson's Ice Cream Parhill. equalized, $3, 727,156; taxes, $18,625. on Burkesville street. Cream and lor 31-Sherbert every day. Acres and acres have been set in toFor Sale. An unus bacco in the last week. Gov. J. B. McCreary and Hon. Rollin ually large crop will be pub oub in Hurt spoke at Campbellsville last Adair county. Nmeby feet, lenghth ten feet width, the former in the interest 'of M. uarrow leaf one sucker. tobacco bed. his candidacy for United States Sena-bo- r, Messrs. W. W. Edwards and J. NTn. ir.,i -.,: i. ....- - .sn nnnn $7,099. at Jamestown. The docket The petition of Hon. Rollin Hurt to have his name placed on the ballot for Appellate Judge, was -- led with, of State Monday.' " - the-Secrebar- y , Miss Mary Crawford graduated from the Winchester High School last week. Her subjecb was "Class Prophecy." Burkesville Fair, Augusb .13bh. 11, 12 and ' 2t Local Market. "' To-day: ' . - Sab-urda- y, AVill 32-2b. set 20 acres or more. Ed Butler, Mt. Pleasanb. & McCandless. Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks . 13 " . .:...! J. '. 18i 2t left at this office. Ulig . II 1. - Nell have boughb a Turkeys , Mr. Sam Burdett, A grandfather James Hughes," a colored man who of this place, died near Lebanon last lived in bhe Flab, Woods, died iasb half interesb in bhe Columbia Bobbling Geese Company, and the business will conweek. Mr.Burdett and Mr. H. rV. Wednesday. tinue to.be conducted under the same Denver went over to the funeral. Wool spring-clippinIf ib conbinues-t- o be seasonable the name, Hides (green) . . . . . J. B. Barbee bought, in Louisville, high cosb of living will be a thing of From now on we will buy butter. Feathers last week, an extra span of gray horse, bhe pasb. Will pay 14 cents cash this week... 8300. His son, Jo, is now in mules for Ginseng..,, Durham & Hutchison. . charge of them. Gards are out'announding the-- arBeeswax.'. . : Tf Bernard Moss'ab bhe rival " It .,, . . Read Russell & Co. 's special saleiad-yerbise- d Yellow-Roo- t Rains have come, crops are'booming home' of Mr. and Mrs. H. A: Moss, t. paper. ' in bhis ;' May Apple (per lb) and farmers are smiling. ... ,i WreensDurg,ti.y, june oru, iyj.. g. '.' " G 10 . -- .18' 45, 40 . , ' S50'A 25 2 75 . 32-2- t. . ofecil .c. ..V . t I '' i.... - A THE ADAIR CQJJOTT NEWS Francis' excitement was quite simple and not at all murderous. Lady Bertie had just set out Below will be found the law in Seorgetown, Ky., July 610, 1914. Dawson Springs, Ky. June 28 to full enacted by the last Legis- for a drive. After she left, Sir ; July 3, 1914. The Baptist Summer Assembly lature relative to carrying con Francis had noticed one or two will be held at Georgetown, Ky., cealed deadly weapons: Be it en "street Arabs" clinging to the &om July 6th to July 10 th For four years the Baptist of acted by the General Assembly back of the carriage and had Mr. George M, Newel, West Kentucky, and other sec- of the Commonwealth of Ken- promptly started off in pursuit with the idea o'f dislodging them Bccal Chairman,' Georgetown, tion of the state have met to- tucky: 'Ky., assures us that ample ac gether at Dawson Springs to lisSection 1. That section 1309, from their dangerous position. commodations will be provided ten to "the great Baptist leaders Kentucky Statutes, Carroll's EdiTake Plenty of Time to Eat. for all who wish to attend. He of the South." This meeting has" tion of 1909 be stricken out, and There is a saying that "rapid eating following sec- is slow suicide.',' If you have formed desires all those who are going grown in interest till last year it in lieu thereof the the habit of eating too rapidly you are ao the Assembly to write at once tion be enacted: most likely suffering from indigestion reached the high water mark or constipation, which will result to- him for reservation. First and over five hundred people asSection 1309. If eventually in serious illness unless coraome, first served. Please do carry concealed a deadly rected. Digestion begins in the mouth sembled to hear these great men. shall Food should be thoroughly masticated aot delay writing him. weapon upon or about his per-so- and insalivated. Then when you have, The date of the meeting this stomach We have arranged an excellent other than an ordinary pock- a fullness of the eating, or feel dull year is June 28 to the 3rd of July, and stupid after take one of program. The speakess are and is hoped that at least one et knife, such person shall upon Chamberlain's Tablets. Many severe it cases of stomach trouble and constipaamong the best we have in the conviction be fined not less than tion have been cured by the use of thousand people will avail themSouthland. They are Field Secmore than one hundred these tablets. They are easy to take selves of the opportunity to at- fifty nor and most agreeable in effect. . Sold by retary, Arthur Flake, of the B. dollars and imprisoned in the Paul! Drug Co. Ad tend. Every effort has been put Y. P. U. work, east of the Misscounty jail for not less than ten forth to make this meeting not Guerrilla Warfare. issippi, Field Secretary, L. P. or more than forty days in the only the equal of last year; but, Eeavell, of the Baptist Sunday if possible, to surpass it. With discretion of the court or jury in Mexicans are daring fighters, Sunday School Board, Dr. C. B. case, If, upon the such as Mrs. Kate Hinkle, Miss trying the utterly merciless and prepared to Williams, of the Southwestern expiration of the time in which Leachman' and" Miss Brenckman defend themselves against hunBaptist Theological Seminary, the judgment of conviction could to represent W. M. U. work, Rev. dreds of thousands of men acFort Worth, Texas, Dr. Lincoln be superceded, no supersedeas Harvey Beauchamp,N. T. Barnes cording to Wylie Smith, who for Hulley, president Stetson Unibond has been executed, it shall and Miss Brenckman for S. S. the past two years has been fightversity, Leland, Fla., Dr. B. D. be the duty of the clerk of the Gray, Cor. Secy., Baptist Home work, Mr. Arthur Flake and Mr. court rendering the judgment to ing with the rebel forces. Smith cliMission Board, Atlanta, Ga., Dr. N. T. Barne3 for B. Y. P. U. at once issue and cause to be declares that the Mexican work, as well as our own Drs. mate is such that white men 3t Di Perkins, Cor. Secy., Kenplaced in the hands of the proper Powell and Perkins of Ky., and would wither under the intense tucky- Baptist Educational officer for execution a capias pro Louisville, Ky., Dr. T. M. Dr: C. B. Williams, Mr. H. Z. fine, and it shall be the duty of heat, and that in case of war Hawes, of the Southern Baptist Duke and Dr. J. B. Gambrell, of said officer to execute at once with Mexico the Mexicans would Theological Seminary, Louisville, Texas, who will represent other said writ. If the officer in whose take to the mountains, where arKy., Dr. C. M. Thompson, pas- Baptist interests, we have no hands said capias pro fine shall tillery cannot penetrate and where men on foot must pick sense of failure in reaching this tor Ffrst Baptist Church, come for execution, fail or refuse their way. Ky. Among others on high standard. to perform the duties herein prethe program are Miss Margaret In addition to the above at scribed upon conviction therefor Reaching down into Western A. Frost, Elementary Specialists traction, we have secured Mr. he shall be fined not less than Mexico are the Sierre Madre Nashville, Tenn., Miss Kathleen and Mrs. Scholfield. the Gospel ten nor more than fifty dollars. mountains, which are a continuation of the Rocky Mountains. Mallory, Cor. Secy., W M. U. Singers, so well known in the The offense of carrying con They rise in broken and high auxiliary to the Southern Bap- South, to lead the music. cealed deadly weapons de peaks in the States of Sonora, tist Convention. At this time rates will be ob- nounced in this statute is hereby We are putting special stress tained at the hotels and also on declared a high misdemeanor, Chihuahua, Durango, Sinalloa on the music this year. Mr. and the Rail Roads, making the op- and any person convicted under and Guerrero. It is in these Mrs. J. Fred Scholfield will have portunity a splendid one to en- this statute of the offense of car- mountains Mr. Smith declares aharge of same. Mr. Scholfield joy the healing waters of Daw- rying concealed upon his person the Mexicans would seek to lure will use "Immanuel's Praise" son Springs and the many ad- a deadly weapon, shall be dis- American troop3 and slaughter and desires that we have a large vantages of the Assembly. Cer- franchised and such conviction them. During a let-u- p in the fighting shorus choir to assist him. There tainly everv Baptist Pastoi4 and shall operate to exclude such perin Mexico recently, Smith sought are several other interesting Superintendent in West y son from the right of suffrage out Gen. Zapata, who is partly .features,, namely "The Sunset should attend - and bring for the period of two years from Hour," Pastors Conference and large delegations of their people. the date thereof. Any person Guerro Indian, in his mountain a Musical Entertainment, B. Y. Every phase of denominational convicted a second time under fastness near the Pacific coast. He had 3,50$ men encamped in P. U. Convention on Thursday, work will be discussed. this statute shall be confined in a place in the mountains that July 9th. From this Assembly we are the penitentiary for a period not For any further in this regard sure that great good "will come less than one or more than five made a perfect dipper. There was only one way of getting in .write to J. J. Gentry, 205 E. to all organizations represented. years. and out and that was a passagehestnut, Louisville, Ky. Brethren, decide at once to come Chamberlain's Colic,. ChoJera an Dway less than 50 feet wide. and make your plans accordingiarrhoea Remedy. Cures Stubborn, Itchy Skin Troubles Smith declares Zapata had maly. The following hotels have Every family without exception should keep this preparation at hand chine guns on this mountain and "I could scratch myself to pieces" is often heard from sufferers of Ecze- been kind enough to entertain during the hot weather of the summer Chamberlain's Colic, Chol-ei- a that with his 3,500 men could ma, Tetter, Itch and similar Skin our speakers and to give special months. Diarrhoea Remedy is worth Eruptions Don't Scratch Stop the and have held back an army of 100,-00many times its cost when needed, and Itching ct once with Dr. Hobson's rates. BAPTIST SUMMER ASSEMBLY. BAPTISr WORKERS ASSEMBLY. The New Pistol Bill. SPRING -- 1914. in-alusi- ve. Every floor is teeming with the newest and best in Wall and Floor Coverings Stocks tip the Acme of Excellence RUGS, CARPETS, DRAPERIES and WALL PAPER Vie with each other for Early Recognition The Best news of all are our Low Prices, fixed by an Economical Organization, Centrally Located, yet moved from the high rent district. -- " - any-pers- on re- - n, Hubbuch Bros., & Wellendorff Incorporated 522 and 524 West MarketlSt. For more than Thirty Years, Louisville's Leading i Carpet and Rug House. Special All Persons Who Notice Are Behind So-siet- y, Hop-kinsvil- le, One Year on our Subscription Books Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once The Government i Will Not carry Papers in thr Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year rushed into a narrow defile and every man was killed. Smith points out that it is something like this the Mexicans would like to try on the United States army infinite that humanity must not give up hope. She believes she was kept alive for a purpose and she is now glad to live. SQUIER FAMILY NOW HAPPY. Ken-tuck- Glad to Live. More than a year ago, Mrs. William L. Squier, wife of a re- 0. Eczema Ointment. Its first application starts healing; the red, rough, scaley, Itching skin is soothed by the Healing and Cooling Medicines. Mrs. C. A. Einfeldt, Rock Island, 111., after rasing Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment writes: "This is the first time in nine years I have been free from the dreadful ailment." Guaranteed. 50c by Paull Drug Co Ad Eec-ommend- ed is almost certain to be needed before the summer is over. It has no superii don't see how an army or for the purposes for which it is inHamby House $1 a day, Dixon tended. Buy it now. For sale by could have attacked that fellow Ad House $1 a day, Phillips House Paull Drug Co. in that dipper," says Smith, "exNAMES OP HOTELS AND RATES. Hendrix House $1 a Whip Behind! day, Mrs. B. T. Davis $1 a day, Glenn House $1 a day, Summit A good story of Sir Francis House $1 a day, Arcadia Hotel Bertie is told by a French diploOlives- stuffed with almonds $1.50 a day and New Century matist, who set out to pay a call and chopped make a delicious ad- Hotel $2.50 a day." at the British embassy in Paris. dition to almost any salad. Or For accommodations write diAs he drove up to the door he 4hey may be used alone on white rect to the hotels. was horrified to see Sir Francis French dress lettuce leaves with running down the street as hard For general information write ing. could go, shouting and to J. J. Gentry, general manager as he frantically waving an umbrella. Tha pineapple juice which 205 East Chestnut St., LouisFearing that there had been comes bottled at the grocer's is ville, Ky. an anarchist outrage or some Mseful.for fruit salads, for sauces For;Salei thing equally dreadful, the dian&fe- beverages. With miner plomatist prepared to join in the al water it makes a delicious GoodDeerIngMower;(nQw)4 chas$. but theiexplanatiomof'Sir G. W Djllon, Breeding; Kj. drink, ' - $1 a day, 30-- 3t cept with airships." Smith points out that this is only one of many natural traps of similar type in Mexico. To illustrate the markmanship of Mexicans, Mr. Smith states that he was detailed at one time to pick out sharp shooters. Of 100 men tested on a mark 1,000 yards away, one scored 7(X per cent, and none went lower than 30 per cent. He recalls that soon 'after this selection was made his men attacked a small townas a ruse to call forth the federals. Three hundreb:" men' tired Presbyterian minister, formerly of lola, Kan., lay on a cot in an unfinished bungalo at Alco, N. J., and begged to be put to death that her misery might be ended. She sent a thrill of pity throughout the country by appealing for a law that would give death to hopeless sufferers. At that time she was suffering from intestinal troubles which physicians and surgeons de'clared incurable. To-da- y that same woman is pronounced by one of the lead- At the time Mrs. Squier was found in the Alco bungalo she and her husband were in finanMr. Squier was cial straits. losing his sight, and he and his wife were alone in the bungalo, a dying woman and blind man. The story of there unhappiness put them in touch with kindness. A' noted Philadelphia physician became interested in the woman, caused her to be removed to a hospital, operated on her intesti- naltract and brought about her recovery. Debts were paid. Relatives and friends came forward and helped finish the bungalo and prosperity smiled in at the cherry window. J Always Lead fo Better Health ing physicians of Philadelphia as sicknesses start in disorders cured of the malady from which of Serious the stomach, liver and kidneys. at one time there seemed no hope The best corrective and preventive is Dr. King's New-- Life Pills. They of recovery. And now from the Earify the Blood Prevent Constipasame lips that made the pathetic tion, keep Liver, Kidnejs and Bowels in healthy condition. Give you better appeal for legalized death comes health by ridding the system of f er- the statement tnat sne oeiievee mlld 25c Becommea by Ad! recovery ia a sign from theauU Drug Co her N ii -- - ?? THE ADAIR .COUNTY NEWS - tP mw Let Us Reason Fifth Sunday Meeting. Togeier to-da- y. Was a Wise Old Saying and that is exacty what I want us to do ery I want FABMER who has Sheep, to investigate my work, and see if t his is not the place for you to bring or ship your "WOOL to get. Die best VALUE for it,Xow if you don't want your Wool Manufactured, I will pay you the BEST HOME MARKET PRICE, for I need every pound of Wool I can get. I am trying to represent the old fashiond goods like our mothers used to make, in the manufacture of Blank-- ' ets, Flannels, Elncy, Jeans, Yarnes, Etc Let me hear from yourl Wool this season any way. Goods shipped cheap by mail anywhere. The Fifth Sunday Meeting for the Eastern Division of the Russell Creek Association was held at Mt. Gilead church, Green county, May 30th and 31st, 1914. Called to order at 9:30, May 29th, by Pastor O. P. Bush. Devotional exercises by Rev. X W. S. Dudgeon. Rev. W. S. Dudgeon was elect. V Farmers Woolen Mills, P. O. ed Moderator and Rev. Murrett Shively Clerk. Jamestown, Ky. E. L.BEECE, Mgr. Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing.' S H Subject of Inefficiency of the church without a Sunday-Schoo- l, was discussed by F. S. Robinson. A most sumptious dinner was then served on the ground and the social feature was also most BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have a guarantee of highest off, and is ft Silver7 Seal Paints . will buv nothmer else "t---- " quality and of absolute satisfaction if you but m - y ; o rzi enjoyable. After dinner a strong and sermon was preached on missions by Rev. S. P. Stapp. Missions the aim of the church was then discusse'd by Rev. Mur- for-cib- le Summers was the pastor from the organization of the church until 1805 when Rev. Isaac Hod-geone. of the members, was ordained and called to its pastor which he filled with extraordi nary success and ability from that time until his death. (For life of Rey. Isaac Hodgen see Allen's history of Kentucky, page 378.) Mt. Gilead church was the first to call the Rev. Henry McDonald to its pastorate. No greater preacher nor any that was more beloved has ever been in Kentucky than was Henry McDonald, as will be universally attested by all the older people who knew him. In 1840 when the first executive board of the Russell Creek Association was appointed, three of its five members were members of of the Mt. Gilead church, viz Rev. Zachariah Wooley.Robt, Ball, and Wm. G. Anderson. n, couraged the victim to die hap A Splendid pily. Clubbing Bargain We Offer 1 he Adair County News and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One A German savant has spent; seven years trying to find out why the mule is so ready to kick, but hasn't hit the solution yet. Easy as pie. The mules knows Year For Only $1.35 that everybody is going to kkfc t him, and he aims to get in the first bat. -- Grit. Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly Enquirer is Finds Mother at Last. It Is issued every Thursday, subscription price J1.00 per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning the world's events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading- news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. , This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscribing for therabove combination right now. Call or mail orders to The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. A long and patient search for a mother she never 'knew ended a few days ago for Mrs. Hattie Leavitt Warrington Terrell, of Morrisville, Pa., when she located the missing parent in Providence, R. I. The mother and daughter met for the first time in 1 34 years in the Grand Central station in New York city, and are now in Morrisville, wherc they declare they are spending the h appiest days of their lives. rk rett Shively. Tithing was next presented by Rev.- C. Turner, subject God, Society, and Man. Administering one estate for God was next presented by Rev. O. P. Bush. Tithing by Rev. W. S. Dud-geo- Uncle 'LishaSays Finishes; Stains and Varnishes -- And they will cost you 25 less than other high grade brands. Tell us your paint needs today and we will send you our PAINT BOOK free. It gives prices and other valuable information, mam Mrs. Terrill was kidnaped U When a butcher can make pig-poAre you down Nervous Tired? Is out of an old hog why can't years ago by her father. She everything you do an effort? You are not lazy you are sick! Your stomach, the buyer of it make $1 out of was adopted fand reared by Mr. er and Mrs. Frank Warrington, o When I go to vote I feel sure Fallsington, Mass. Later she that half the candidates are dis became the wife of Nicholas honest and the other half wait- Terrell, a telegraph operator, ing for a chance to be. There- and now she is a mother. Durfore, there is no chance for me ing the past third of a centnry she has longed for her mother, to be disappointed. not knowing whether she was When the wise men talk econor living. omy they don't mention the fact dead Mrs. Terrell was the daughter that it costs this country a year to keep the creases of Mr. and Mrs. Frank LeavrK pressed in .its trousers legs, and and was born in Roxbury,Mass., that they are of about as much July 31, 1878, as she learned just use as whiskers on a gate post. recently. Her father was a railroad worker and of a roving disIt is easy to figure that if each position. He never stayed lcn of your sixteen Leghorn hens enough in one place to call it lays two eggs per day the total the birth of his eggs, but the home. After will be thirty-tw- o puzzle come3 in when you go to daughter he abandoned his wife the coop three days running and and child. Later he returned kidnaped the baby from the don't find a darned egg.house of its grandparents and! In marrying, no young couple had it adopted by the Warringtake into consideration the fact ton family, that the day must come when Hattie Warrington, as she M?ak they will get over being half known to her playmates, learned fools and have a little common that she was from sense. When the day arrives not the child of the Warrington they are ready to seek a lawyer family, and from that time forand apply for a divorce on the ward she longed to know if mother grounds of incompatibility of were still living. Mrs. Leavitt, temper. it appears, found a position after Give things a chance and they she had been deserted, and later will even up. My neighbor sued became the wife of Henry Sinv for keeping a barking dog mons, of Providence. She, too, mey and the suit was not yet decided was eager for her child, but when he had to abandon his own could find no trace of her. nome on account of his wife's LETTER BRINGS TWO TOGETHER singing. Several weeks ago the post- hired deacon Wheeler to hoe master, of Morrisville, Pa., reI corn for me because I saw him ceived a letter from an aunt ol bust his suspenders in hoeing his Mrs. Terrell asking if anything own. In working for me he put was known in that community of in about five hours a day and Hattie Leavitt or Warrington. made special arrangements with This gave thejclew that brought the sun made special arrange- about the happy culmination of s ments with the sun to go down search that had lasted nearly .a two hours earlier than usual. It third of a century. i makes a difference whose cornBy correspondence the "mother field it is. and daughter agreed to meet at One of the best men I ever the Grand Central station knew called at the house of a York on a given day, the dasgh man who had bean run through ter to wear a red and the motkHr a concrete mixer and told the a blue ribbon tied in a bow. They, remains that they looked just as met but were in each other's presentable as if they had been arms before they even feokei' reduced by a pile driver. It en for the markB of identification. 70 cents. $20,-000,000 - Hot Weataer Tonic and Health Build- Kentucky Paint MF Company, (Incorporated) 513 W. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. liver, kidneys, and whole system need a tonic. A tonic and health builder to drive out the waste matter build you up and renew your strength. Nothing better than Electric bitters. Start ton. day. Mrs. James Duncan Haynes-yilleMe- ., writes: "Completely cured me after several doctors gave me up." SUNDAY MORNING. 50c and $1.00. Eecommended by Panll ' Devotional exercises conducted Drug Co. Ad I by Rev. O. P. Bush. Training for service by Rev. H. N. Phillips. Sermon by Rev. C. Turner Mechanical Horse. A real "mechanical horse" is Deing experimented with abroad. 0. G. HARDWICN. Pres. J. H. COCKF, V. Prei.; R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec It is a "tractor" that is easily "Healing the Leper." veThe session was well attended hitched to any horse-drawINCORPORATED 1861 1889 ESTABLISHED and was a most profitable and en- hicle, just as a team of horses may be, and combines all the adjoyable meeting. DEALERS'IN Next session will be held with vantages of the horse with those ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. Charity church, Adair county, of the auto truck at an exceedGRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS ingly low price. The outfit com1301 TfflRTeeNTft-Mftl- N. LOlHSVILLe August 29fch and 30th. prises a steel bar and coupler and . Revs. W. S. Dudgeon, H. N. JBKifiK i SMOKE STACKS Phillips and O. P. Bush commit- sprocket wheels designed to be tee on program for next meeting. attached to the wheels and tongue of the wagon. There is Sheet Iron and Tank Worh Vote of thanks to the members only one wheel on the "horse" & of the Mt. Gilead church for and that is at the front, the most their hospitable entertainment. of the support for the tractor deOrdered that proceedings of JOBBINQ WORK SOLICITED pending upon the front wagon this meeting be furnished the wheels by which it is drived. The AH Kinds of Machinery Repaired- Russell Creek Baptist and the engine mounted under the front Adair County News for publicahood as in an automobile, is 40 or tion. 50 horse power and drives the The Adair County News I keep on hands a full stock of Mt. Gilead church is situated wagon at a speed of from 8 to 30 coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep One Dollar a Year. Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and on historic grounds. It was there miles an hour, the latter speed two hearses. Prompt service night or that the "Long Hunters" estab- only being used when it is desigday. Residence Phone 29, office NOTICE. lished their camp in July,. 1770. nated for fire engine service. Phone 98. 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, This party was headed by Col. The front wheel is used to steer We wish to inform the' people Ad, Columbia, Ky. (see Allen's history James Knox, by and it allows a turn being of Adair county that we are repre144.) Here of Kentucky, page made at an angle of 45 degrees senting the Pomona Nursery, at they they built a house which thus giving remarkable turning Bowling Green. This Nursery has of the ani- ability filled with the skins 'QtAeXte relfeTA TttnTnn!i.tiHri. SoreSIns- in narrow streets. One been in business 25 years and has cleg. Keuraleia. Backache. Headache and! mnnpv back if it f ails to re I all nalnn. Your became lieve in 500 acres in select nursery stock, nitocnany ache time.any part of the . body inl mals they killed. These of the greatest advantages of the , minutes guc. JLt A.U jjruggtsis. Jfrice the- name of ruined and from it puting out a first-claline of trees. Free lampts and eirenlir tent on requtiU "mechanical horse" is the fact REMEDY COMPANY. ' 'Skinhouse Lexington, Ky.j 342 East Main St., Why not buy your trees that are the branch as that it may be kept constantly already acclimated and save the ranch." at work while unloading or loadexperimenter's loss? We expect Mt. Gilead Baptist church was ing is going on. to visit every farmer within the garthered in 1801 by Rev. Elijah next few weeks. See us and get Shake off Your Rheumatism. our prices before you buy. The, only time some fellows Summers. It united with the HARRIS & GARRISON, Now is the time to get rid of your will look for an opening is when Green River Association in that cent rheumatism. Try a twenty-fiv- e Columbia, Kentucky. they have a cork-screor year. In 1802 it reported 37 bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and 'of jacks. baptisms and a membership of see how quickly your rheumatic pains disappear Sold by Paull Drug Co. A camel might get through 86. Ad the eve of a needle. But how on It was the largest of the eleven lad who knows booze will earth ,are the women folks churches that went in to organize The make the skirts tighter the Russell Creek Association cure a cold gets a fresh cold ev9 'At.. morning.i if B0URI01V F6ULTRY CUKE this summer? when it was organized in Sept. ery flown a chick's throat cures gapes. A lew drops la the It is all right to be a booster. 1804,- and is one of the fourth of A man dresses himself before drinking water cnres and SSS118 c512ra' "arrhoea. chick diseases. One would rather see you said original churches that is he- goes out. But a woman is wc bottle makes 12 gallons of 'But a man medicine At 911 f?U,r.o afSample and booklet on "Dis carrying a hammer than a .mush still in the bounds of the Russell still dressing-- f or ji W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. irciimw$iGjiTS f mflcHiTliSTS school-childre- n - ss -- w ir S52pilllP ONE ROP i go-ing.- fb' in-Ne- w - - mm two-square- cases 01 sent FREE. Indie. Creek Association. Rev. Elijah -- ter ishe.leaves the house. & Jl !.'. : "j"r 4 i i, COUNTY- - NEWS .1 H- - ; o THE ADAIR TK ADAIR COUNTY HEWS Every Wednesday Finished ,- - - by the . Ateir Cuntv News-Company- ( INCORPORATED.) HAS. S. HARRIS' Editor. In-f- Democratic newspaper devoted to the it of the City of Columbia and the people JLflalr and adjacent counties. Matured at the Columbia SA Class mall Post-office matter. as sec efforts beingjnade by the Republicans to bring back the Progressives, so far, have failed. They seem to be unmanageable in Pennsylvania, to have con,-viction and purpose amply strong to maintain and defend their po- sition and no inclination to again to become a part of the G. 0. P. Likewise in Kentucky every move made by the regulars have been promptly rejected. Jhe ville, 111 Mr Wright has long measures were not applied to the J been in close touch -- with agri- preservation of the buffalo, pigcultural and live stock conditions eon and seals, which were routthroughout the Middle West and ed from land and sea. it is this fact that has caused the Group Three or country" bankers BAPTISf WORKER'S ASSEMBLY. to place him in nomination; for Ready for To-morro- w ? I am using BeeDee STOCKMEDlClNEwith my horses reenlarly and find it a saving proposition J on ieea. u aiso maxes them healthy, thriving and 7 Horses digest their feed less thoroughly than other farm animals. In order to Insure thorough digestion of vall the food eaten, and to make your horses readier for next day's work, add to their evening feed a teaspoonful of WED. JUNE 10, 1914 ANNOUNCEMENT. p-- Fok Judge of Court of Appeals. We are authorized' to announce COLLIN HURT a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, in the Third xUstrict, subject to the action of the ' "Democratic voters, expressed at the August primary. -4 It is generally understood that Hon. Harvey Helm will be a canbut so far didate for lie has not so announced. As re-electi- on usual efforts to bring out an opposing candidate have been made but up to date no one found who is willing to make the race., The Itfews is not under obligation to Mr. Helm neither he to The News but the facts, as we see them, would make it a difficult matter to defeat him. True, he diet not vote on the popular side for the proposi-tio- n repeal of the Coast-wis- e an administration measure and one we believe to be Democratic, but be that as it jnay, there are two sides to every question and his p osition was one that took conviction and 'courage to maintain. We have never admired a man who did not have the courage to stand for honest convictions or one who would float with the current all ihe.time. Mr. Helm is a worker and has a record as a substantial business man in the Governmental affairs. A dispatch from Washington, dated the 6th, says: A new crises in the Mexican situatipn developed late tonight when two Mexican Federal gunboats closely trailed by two American war craft, the cruiser Tacoma and Gunboat Sacramento, steamed from Puerto Mexico for Tampico to enforce a blockade of that port decreed by "Gen. Huerta. Itfo specific orders have been given, the American commanders merely having instructions to keep the Mexican boats under surveillance, but it is known that Rear Admiral Badger has been advised that the United States Government regards Tampico as an open port and desires that there be no interference with commerce there. Notice of Gen. Huerta's decree was given formally to Secretary Bryan earlier in the night by Senor Riano, the Spanish Ambassador, who represents the Huerta Government here. This was followed by a conference of Administration officials; but nothing was Mown of the result, and even the fact that the notice had been 9?as not made public. Mr. W. R. Belknap, who was at the head of the Belknap Hard- ware Company, Louisville, and xme of the most prominent men an his home city, died last week.' jBe was a philanthropist, a Christian gentleman, and recently 3ve $25,000 -- to the Young Men's Christian Association. - Federal Reserve Bank Director. Dawson Springs, Ky.June 28 to Mr. Wright is keenly alive to the July 3,1914. opportunities for the agricultural advancement of this territory and his selection as Federal Re For four years the Baptist of serve Bank Director will mean There is no longer a doubt as much for the Middle West? and West Kentucky, and other secto Governor McCreary's inten- South. tion of the state have met tions. He has filed his petition at Dawson. Springs to lis with the Secretary of State, askOwensby. ten to "the great Baptist leaders ing that his name be placed on of the South.'" This meeting has the ballot for United States SenSome wheat is looking fine, grown in interest till last year it ate. Before this action many and with a few refreshing showbelieved that he would not reers corn would also be fine, while reached the high water mark main in the race. If he knows and over five hundred people asgrass is rather short. is where his strength lies, he Mr. Ezra Moore, the hustling sembled to hear these great men. wiser than the Democrats in this The date of the meeting this salesman for the Reed Fertilizer part of thelState. Company, of Nashville. Tenn., year is June 28 to the 3rd of July, Mr. W. S. Fitsgerald, of Dan- has purchased four fine Jersey and it is hoped that at least one ville, an enthusiastic Beckham heifers and placed on his farm at thousand people will avail themsupporter, was in Columbia last this place, selves of the opportunity to atThursday. In talking to a News Sunday School was organized tend. Every effort has been put mac, Tie stated that in the last at Mt. Vernon the 3rd Sunday, few months he had been in one with Mr. M. L. Owens as super- forth to make this meeting not only the equal of last year; but, hundred and ten counties in Ken intendent. Mr. Owens is a gentucky, conversed with a great tleman of sterling tvorth and if possible, to surpass it. With many leading Pemocrats,v and character, and capable of wield- such as Mrs. Kate Hinkle, Miss was satisfied that Mr. ing great that he influence for good. Leachman and Miss Brenckman a Beckham would carry the State Our county would be much better to represent W. M. U. work, Rev. overwhelmingly. off had we many 'more such men. Harvey Beauchamp.N. T. Barnes t It is said that Fran Taylor, of Miss Floy Dunbar, of Russell and Miss7 Brenckman for S. S. Glasgow, will undoubtedly be Springs, Misses Amanda and nominated by the Republicans Lizzie Dunbar, Messrs. Silas and work, Mr. Arthur Flake and Mr. in the Third district for Congress. Green Dunbar and a Mr. Rex-roa- t, N. T. Barnes for B. Y. P. U, all of near Jamestown, vis- work, as well as our own Drs. Mr. Beckham has opened headited their uncle, Mr. J. M. Dun- Powell and Perkins of Ky., and quarters at the Seelbach Hotel, bar, of this place, the latter part Dr. C. B. Williams, Mr. H. Z. Louisville. Mr. R. G. Phillips, of of the week. Duke and Dr. J. B. Gambrell, of Elizabethtown, is in charge. The old Moore school house at Texas, who will represent other DEMANDS LEGISLATION. this place was recently sold at Baptist interests, we have no The price Provisional President public auction to Mr. S. B. Col- sense of failure in reaching this Huetta demands for his retire- lins. high standard. ment is the legalization of his Miss Cora Wolford is in a very In addition to the above official acts since his appoint- critical condition With something we have secured Mr. ment to the provisional presiden- like dropsy. cy, according to advices from the and Mrs. Scholfield, the Gospel Mr. Jorjn B. Wheat, who is afcapital This is said to flicted with cancer, is better at Singers, so well known in the have been the proposal Gen. HuSouth, to lead the music. this writing. erta authorized his delegates to e At this time rates will be obWell automobile has at to offer at the mediation conferlast reachedRussell county, why tained at the hotels and-als- o on ence at Niagara Falls. Gen. Huerta is said to realize don't some one start a good roads the Rail Roads, making the opthat he has only a slim chance of movement? We believe a, little portunity a splendid one to enwinning out, but he is under- gossip would help the cause. joy the healing waters of DawMr. Abe Dowell, a prosperous son Springs and the many adstood to be determined not to abandon power without adequate farmer of the community, is havvantages of the Assembly. Cerprovision being made for the pro- ing an barn built. tainly every Baptist Pastor and tection of his own future and Mr. M. L. Owens is the contractfor that of the men with whom or. Mr. Owenshas also just Superintendent in West Kencompleted a residence for Uncle tucky should attend and bring he has surrounded himself. The Constitutionalists, "it is Dennis-Allen- . large delegations of their people. said, have insisted that no act of Miss Vertie Coffey and Miss Every phase of denominational Gen. Huerta's administration May Snow spent last week visit- work will be discussed. ever shall be regarded as legal ing on Cumbersand river. From .this Assembly we are and in this case Gen. Huerta Bad roads cost the American sure that great good will come foresees enormous financial losses people millions of dollars annu- to all organizations represented. for those who joined in the floally. The average cost of haultation of his loans as well as perBrethren, decide at once to come ing one ton over one mile of sonal risk for the members of your plans accordingAmerican road is said to be 24 and make Cabinet, for the. new Congresscents as against 12 cents per ton ly. The following hotels have men installed in place mile in Europe. The American been kind enough to entertain of those whom he imprisoned people should get busy. our speakers and to give special and for thousands of minor ofWhile there will likely be a lot rates. ficials and even private citizens who willingly or unwillingly aid-e- d of "Moose hunting" in the Unit- NAMES OF HOTELS AND RATES. ed States in season, yet the d his Government. Hamby House $1 a day, D.ixon kind up in Alaska, have Selected at Federal Reserve Bank been covered byan order o the House 1 a day, Phillips House federal government restricting $1 a day, Hendrix House '$1 a Director. killing until April 1st, 1916. Big day, Mrs. B. T. Davis a day, St. Louis, June 7th Wirt game hunting has lured thous- Glenn House $1 a day, Summit Wright, president of the Nation- ands of rich young men into the House $1 a day, Arcadia Hotel al Stock Yards National Bank, is grip of the Arctic." It was one $1.50 a day and New Century the nominee of the Group Three, of these Harry Payne Whitney, $2.50 a day. or country, banks as director of who furnished Dr. Frederick A. Hotel For accommodations write the New St. Louis Federal Re- Cook his grubstake, enabling the to the hotels. serve Bank. Mr. Vright was latter, to present the American literally borrr into the banking people with what looked like aJ For general information write business, starting his career pole to him, and a gpld brick to to J. J. Gentry, general manager under the tutelage of his, father, Peary. The action of the govC. F. Wright, Cashier of the Lake ernment in protecting moose is 1205 East Chestnut St., LouisCounty National Bank at Liberty- - important, and it is a pity such ville, Ky. to-geth- ReeDee Jamestown. stock dean. Ira Johnston. R. F. D. No. 1, O'Neill. Ne"br. It will lessen yonr feed bills. It will Increase your profits. 25c, 50c and $1. per can. At vonx -dealer's. P.R1 er His endurance was equal to the Spartans of old, who gloried in I promised to write up some doing without shelter in severest history of Oklahoma. Now if weather, in bearing the most you will keep your papers you horrible tortures, without a sign will have a "good history of Ok of suifering, and in facing death "lahoma. with perfect dignity. The race had a religion which The history of Oklahoma like that of all the States begins with dreamed of a land of happy huntthe brown man called the red ing ground, where gay feasts of man by history, or Indian. buffalo could be found, and the While there was much to prove faithful dog would join in the that the first inhabitants of dance. The Indian saw God in North America were people of the morning sun, in the haze much higher civilization than the above the purple mountain or in Indians, yet the earliest discov- the star which kept watch above erers and explorers found only his pepees through the night the Brown man, or American, in He believed that nature had possession of this vast continent. power to help or hurt him, and It is interesting to know that this made him respectful and while North America had an kind when least expected. A just tribute to the Indian. area' of more than nine million square miles, yet there were not These are some of the traits of more than one million Indians the race which struggled with living there when Columbus first the white man in Oklahoma for saw it. When the first travelers supremacy. If it is true that entered what is now Oklahoma, we are a part of all we meet, we they found it sparsely inhabited are, as Oklahomans. a part of the by something like ten tribes-o- f North American Indians. Here "- Indians. The Red man of the plains was the same as the Red man of the forest. He built no churches, school houses or cities, and few if any, fixed homes. .Following foot paths, with stars and winds his guide, he did not desire roads or routes of commerce. He made no advancement because he was alone in a great continent, surrounded by waters which separated him from other races of men. It is contact and exchange of opinions which have made men progressive. The Oklahoma Indian had no fixed home, and domestic life was unknown to him. The horse and cow became his helpers only at-tracti- to-da- y, as-th- ' after contact with the Spaniards. The squaws built the wigwams, kindled the fires and carried the burdens. It was the women of the tribes who burned the brush and trees to clear the land, planted the corn in furrows made by crooked sticks or clam shells, made clothing by dressing skins of wild animals, killed in the chase by the Indian brakes. In- - war the Indian showed bravery, cunning and cruelty, up-to-da- te' this race was found by the Anglo-Saxo- n on his journeys in search of fame and conquest Here, more than in any other state, the Indians have reached his brightest developement. The first governor of Oklahoma, on his first day of statehood, called attention to the fact that Oklahoma was the first state to give the Indians equal honor and strength with the Anglo-Saxo- n in making its constitution. In the light of the3e facts, every Oklahoman should study with great care this extraordinary people, whom a great writer has pointed out in this language-Th- e Indian is our only American poet. His every expression i3 poetic imaginative. He lives a poetic lifewandering, communing with Beaty. the elements his fancy. Every natural element becomes defined and personified to him. His is a world of what, to us, are dreams and unrealities. You cannot astonish him with any invention. His dignity allows no spontaneous show of surprise or appreciation at anything that a white man has done or can do. Aloof, stolid, solemn, serene separate, swift of foot, untiring fit inhabitant for a primeval world, the North American Indian is gliding silently into the Western twilight. J. P. , There's nothing small about the Ford except its purchase price and cost to keep. In number of use, in quality cars in world-wid- e of service to owners and in its daily performance it is the biggest car in the"world. 530,000 users will testify to these facts. Five hundred dollars is the"price of the Ford the.touringcar is live fifty; the towrfcar seven fiftys.d.b. ilfcoif complete with, equipment. gV catalog and particu lars from The Buchanan Lyon Co., Incorporated, dampbellsville, Ky.. agents for Taylor, Green andAdair counties. run-about; four-legge- Jl (di-re- ct FHE-AIA1- R GOUNTY-NfiW- S 6 Uw4 T U Additional Locals. The Devil Laughs. Old He,irs Delight that is Emme-lin- e Pankhurst is getting in her work apace. Murder in her "Third De- 9Oo64446444a&6aAAAAAAAAA Pre-lnvento- A BAKING PW ry she-dev- il Absolutely Pure Absolutely hms no substitute Many mixtures are offered as substitutes for Royal. No other baking powder is the same in composition or effectiveness, or -- la 'so wholesome and economical, nor will make such fine food. Royal Baking Powder is made from pure, Grape Cream of Tartar. No alum, lime or acid phosphates. gree." Having perfected her dupes in the gentle arts of Riot and Arson, this of Dectruction inevitably addresses herself to the pleasant crime of killing. . She must have blood. e Emmaline Can this be the Pankhurst wh was brougTitf here to Louisville, flattered and peted, and represented as the very type and embodiment of glorious womanhood. Yea, verily, the same! And, because refused to take the Courier-Journface value not to mention her at her g requirements her group of local women behind her the were ready to rend it. What do they self-samal money-grubbin- Sale "BEGINNING Monday morning June 15, and end ing Saturday night June 20, we will give to ' Cash buyers 10 discount on all purchases. Our goods are marked in plain figures, and prices think of their idol now? J and influential leader has served notice, and boldly threatened Pankhurst proceedings unless suffrage is granted inside the coming two years. en, Danville, returned home a few world," "Down with the man-mad- e days ago. She was accompanied home is the cry of feminism in England. by her sister, Miss Leonora, who will "Out with the n Bible and graduate next year. church; every woman che man-mad- e Mr. Ralph Hurt spent last week at Mr. Geo. E. Wilson is recuperating to pick the father of her child, and Georgetown. just as many children and fathers as at the Russell Springs. she elects; free sex; free love; and to Mr. W. L. Walker has been quite Misses Ira Coffey and Stella Antle the devil with religion." r sick for the past week. are visiting in Green county this week. That is the platform of femininism Mr. Sam Lewis made a business trip j notf alone in England, but. on the ConMr. J. D. Grider, Russell Springs, to Louisville last week. tinent, and it only wants a little was here the first of the week, more agitation In America to set its Mr. W. E. Lyon made his regular Miss Katie Murrell has been, suffer- banners here floating on, the breeze. trip to Columbia last week. Nature is constantly trying to wear out ing with Tonsilitis for a. week, but Meanwhile, reasonable men do not Mr. A. W. Glasgow and wife are is better. oppose the franchise for women in your house constantly gnawing away' at guests ofMr. E. W. Shirley. o the cases where she contributes Mr. Frank Sinclair left Monday wood and paint, at brick and mortar. Mr. C. C. Wyatt, Louisville, was morning to spend several weeks public revenues no taxation without The r best material is not too good to representation and in all questions here a day or two of last week. ' in Colorado. relating to the Schools, to the Chariwithstand these assaults. Mr. W. G. Ellis and Mr. Thee Jones, Mr. Wilson Bridgewater, of Louisties and the Corrections. Reasonable Pellyton, were here last week. ville, dined with his aunt, Mrs. U. L. men would keep women out of the bull Taylor, last Monday. sporting Miss Pearl Priest, of Booueville, ring of politics as out of the X. Ind., is visiting Mrs. W. T. Ottley. Mrs. Mollie jSell and her daughter, prize ring. They do not want woman to unsex herself; first because she Mrs. Tennie Wells, Eussell Springs, Miss Esther, of Millersburg, are visis a'scientifically determined wear-resisteiting at the home of Dr. R Y. Hind shouldn't second, because she can't. It is visiting Mrs. J. F. Montgomery. ia the result of many years of experiment of man. She may debase herself, like the poor, Mr. Paul Hughes will return from watching the wear of the different compounds Mr. Lawrence Sullivan, Jamestown, insane victims of Emmeline PankCenter College, Danville, this week. hurst. She may get down into the until the perfect comhination of lead, oil arid was in Columbia Sunday enroute for Mr. W. S. Fitsgerald, Dauville, was Springfield, Tcnn., where he will be dreadful corruption and dirt of the zinc has been found. It is smooth, free spreadparty strife. She may make herself a. at the Hancock Hotel last Thursday. in a summer school for ten weeks. ing, elastic and durable. Formula on every scourge. But ever and ever she will Mr. J. S. Keene, of Eichmond, a package. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Denton spent what God and Nrture intend tobacco man, was here a few days ago. Saturday, Sunday and Monday in Co- Kemain to be, a woman; a wife and ed her FOR SALE BY Mr. C. B. Diddle, who is in College lumbia. From here they went to Som-" mother, to bear and rear the children;, erset for a two week's visit. at Lexington, reached home, for the to moderate, humanize and civilize summer, last'week. Mr. Rom and his sister, Miss the men; to make on earth one place Mr. Jo Eussell came in the latter Lillie, are attending commencement of refuge one seat of repose one part of last week to spend a few days exercises in Georgetown College. A shrine of lovve and duty, which men brother, Mr. Tom "Judd, will receive may come to and call home. with his family. It is full time that the good, thoughthis diploma. Mrs. J. C. Gose and daughter, Miss ful and responsible women of the High barometer also prevails where Mr. F. H. Durham and his little Ollie, of Knifley, are visiting Mr. and South of Kentucky of Louisville automobiles are made, in and about not delay writing him. son, . Alden, arrived from Merrimac Mrs. H. B. Ingram, this place. began seriously to consider where n We have arranged an excellent last Monday. Mrs. M. E. Durham, these wild women of England, and the lake region Over the Miss Eose Hyde spent several days who would be found a section States visiting in Taylor and their more intelligent and astute but of low barometer and marked depress program. The speakess are of last weekl with the Misses Dunbar, Green counties, returned with him. equally wicked and sinisterjsisters in sion. If the state of mind of the difwho live a few miles out of town. among the best we have in the Mrs. Willie Hines and Miss Rose America, are leading them. The preferent parts of our 'country could be Mrs. J. O. Eussell attended the Mis- Hyde will go to Louisville for a visit tense of "votes for women" is but an shaded in colors, the great body of the Southland. They are Field Secsionary meeting of the Louisville Con- Thursday. From Louisville Miss entering wedge. It is asubteruge. West would be white, while an area of ference, at Lebanon, last week. Hyde will go to Bowling Green for They proclaim suffrage only as an out- dull gray would represent our Xort-easter-n retary, Arthur Flake, of the B. post. When they have carried it, the Mr. Tom Judd finishes at George- a stay of several weeks. States. Y. P. U. work, east of the MissMr. Romie Judd, who taught in real purpose of annihilating all existweek and will receive his town this "If you and I get away from the and crowded centers of our Middle and issippi, Field Secretary, L. P. diploma. He is expected home in a Paris, Tenn., returned home the first ing institutions as man-mad- e days. of last week. He will remain here therefore unfair to women will begin Eastern States, where mental mournfew during the summer, and in SeptemberJ in earnest, ing exists for conditions that can never Leavell, of the Baptist Sunday Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Kimbler, of That, which it is sincerely believed, return, since the day of mastery is Sunday School Board, Dr. C. B. Russell county, spent the first he will enter Georgetown College for is the emanation of soured women, of over and commerce must henceforth his finishing touch. of the week with Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, of the Southwestern Miss Mary. Myers is now with her mistaken women, of women who have be a servant if, I say, we get away Subank. failed in their domestic life. They from these centers into which the Baptist Theological Seminary. Mr. Winston Bowman and his grand- sister, Mrs. E. B. Barger, at Pitts- are dissatisfied. They know not just light is breaking, but which itjhas not burg, Pa. Mrs. Barger and her sister daughter, Miss Kate Warriner, of what hurts them, and they seek a yet fully illuminated, we shall find a Fort Worth, Texas, Dr. Lincoln Liberty, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. will remain in Pittsburg several change. Thus they become the fol- j different atmosphere. From far-of- f months, then go to New York for ?. C. Davidson. mercena- California and from Florida; from the Hulley, "president Stetson Unilowers of the short stay before returning home. ry ambitious and vain women,, who, fields of Oklahoma and Kansas, Mis- versity, Leland, Robert Summers, who is a pupil in Fla., Dr. B. D. Mijs. LouF. Miller, who spent the like Emmeline, have made feminism souri and Nebraska comes the glad cry Berea College, returned home for ,the winter and spring with Tier sons, Mr. the business of their lives and again af a harvest all but ripe for the sickle. Gray, Cor. Secy., Baptist Home summer last week. R. W. Miller, Minneapolis, Mirin., and like Old Hell's Delight, are making a was no mourning in the orang eMission Board, Atlanta, Ga.. Dr. Eld. Z. T. Williams was taken quite Mr. Geo. R. Miller, Louisville, returned mighty good thing out of it. Courier-Journa- l. There groves of California when I saw them ill last Tuesday night, and for awhile to Columbia last week. She is stopin March, and Florida utters no cry of F. D. Perkins, Cor. Secy., Kenhis condition was alarming, but he is ping with her grandson, Mr. Jo M. distress in sending 23,000 carl oads of now much better. tucky Baptist Educational SoReed. Business Depression Evil Magni- her fruit to market Mr. J. 0. Ewing, of Burkesville, "It is a amali and pitiful thing that ciety, Louisville, Ky., Dr. T. M. Mr. Robert Murray and wife", Sewell-tofied, Says Redfield. was here last Wednesday, to meethis men should expect to reap political Russell county, attended the meetdaughter, who was on her return from ing here last week and visited their profit'out of magnifying evils. How- Hawes, of the Southern Baptist Caldwell College, Danville. We publish the following which ap- ever, the too willing howls of the "old friend, Mr. John Bell, of this city. Theological Seminary, Louisville, Courier-Journof- - the apostles of evil are so obvious as well Messrs. A.'c. Snow, Guy S. Dunbar, A good vprd and visit to the News peared in the Eowena, and Mr. Jo Carnes, Sewell-to- with a dollar left for its benefit was 5th which shows prevailing conditions as so previous as to be on the whole Ky., Dr. C. M. Thompson, pasthroughout the country. Some sec- more humorous than harmful. They attended the Convention of the duly appreciated. prosperous while others are make the judicious grieve, but they tor First Baptist Church, Ceristian Churches, in Columbia, last Mr. Talbert Couover and his daugh- tions are depressed. A part of this may be due bring no anxiety tc the thoughtful." week. Ky. Among others on ter, Miss Martha, who have been in to gain political advantage- as stated, Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Browning and Terre Haute, Ind., since last January, but to our mind is largely due to crop the program are Miss Margaret BAPTIST SUMMER ASSEMBLY. two children, Willard and Frances, returned to Adair county last Thurs- failure of last year: A. Frost, Elementary Specialists left the first of the week for Milltown day. When Mr. Conover left he was Raleigh, N. C, June 4 Secretary of in very poor health, but he has been to spend several weeks with Mr. and Georgetown, Ky., July 1914. Nashville, Tenn., Miss Kathleen greatly improved by the change of Commerce Rediield, in a speech here Mrs. Atkins. today hefore the Chamber of Com' climate. merce discussed business conditions ' The Baptist Summer Assembly Mallory, Cor. Secy., W. M. U. Misses Lelia and Lyda Rogers, of 'Squire John Eubank, the sScond throughout the country. In part he Dixon, Tenn., left for their home a auxiliary to the. Southern Bapoldest person living in Columbia, be- said: will be held at Georgetown, Ky., few days ago. . Mr. and Mrs. W. Myers ing eighty-fou- r the 25th of last April, accompanied them, in an auto, as far "If we would place the business at-- , tist Convention. was taken desperately ill last Wednes- mosphere of the country on a sdrt of from July 6th to July 10th as Louisville. day morning about 1 o'clock. Heroic We are putting special stress commercial weather map such as is Mr. George M, Newel, Misses Pinkie and Beatrice Breedefforts upon the part of physicians used by the Weather Service We should ing, who live near Columbia, enter- brought relief, and at this time he is find curious condition. In the ex- ,Local Chairman, Georgetown, on the music this year. Mr. and a tained Mr. W. L. Burd, of Horse Cave, much better. He is the oldest Mason treme South-eas- t and South-weKy., assures us that ample ac- Mrs. J. Fred Scholfield will have and Mr. W. A. Bible, .of Greensburg, in Adair county, having been initiated, would be areas where the business charge of same. Mr. Scholfield passed and raised soon after the close jast Saturday and Sunday. is high. All through the great commodations will be provided of the Mexican war. v Judge W. W. Jones, N. M. Tutt, J. central part of the. country, where the all who wish to attend. He will use "ImmanuePs Praise" Bryant, J. F. MontO. Eussell, Walker bulk of our wheatis grown, would be for and desires that we have a large gomery, Tom Patterson and C. S. another great area of fair weather and desires all those who are going Shake off Your Rheumatism. chorus choir to assist him. There great cotton Harris vwere in Louisville ' last week. JNow is the time to get rid of your high pressure. . Over the to the Assembly .to write at once are several other interesting Prom LouisvilleMr. Montgomery went rheumatism. Try a twenty-fiv- e cent areas of the South "would be no deto .Frankfort. bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and pression, not even unsettled condi- to him for reservation. First s features, namely 'The Sunset see how quickly your rheumatic pains tions, but a normal looking for ,great Miss Mary Lucy Towe, who grad- disappear: Sold by Paull Drug Co. agricultural favors expected to come. come, first served. Please do Hour," Pastors Conference and uated from Kentucky College for Worn Ad One may well apprehend that the women at the head of the feminist agitation in. the East are no better. Indeed their richest, most important Personals. are the same to everybody. We are making this division of our profit with you to induce more Cash Sales, and reduce our stock preparatory to taking our annual Inventory the week following. ThisYeduction applies to every article of merchandise in the store. You will miss bargains if you do not take advantage of this sale. man-writte- Russell & Co. 6 6"64"Q"644"fr"9"Q"fr Q"6"Q"9"Q"friG$4fr " U'uh mm Am ff Is Hanna's Green Seal Paint d" ie-Ju- dd Jeffries Hardware Store, 5: Nort-east-er- Notice to the Public General Blacksmithing Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly done. All kinds of Rubber Tires nut on. Snecia I attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices ?teh and satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Dopt. PHONE NO. To has-bee- n -- JEFF PARSON, Campbellsville, Ky; Sew-ellto- n, nAier The young, 20 to C3 days old. sell for WtoH cents each (according to the season). The I city markets are always clamoring for tfmn-Eacpair of Pieon.s will rai.-- e 10 to 2 yotini a year. They will clear you. above all expenses. iM a year per pair. Thev breed the entire year. Twenty minutes daily will care for IMJ poire. Always penned up our of f lie way All thi3 is fully explained in this month' issue of our Jonmal; send for it: price W cte. i ney nay uoiiars vlnlo thickens pay items f self-exploitin- g, Very small space required y N Reliable Squab Journal, Versailles Ho. n, al a Musical Entertainment, B. Y, P. U. Convention on Thursday; n, July 9th. ' e ft Hop-kinsvil- le, - For any further in this regardl-writto J. J. Gentry, 205 E Che3tnut, Louisville, Ky. Cures Stubborn, Itchy Skin Troubled 6-1- 0, "I could scratch myself to pieces'-- " is often heard from sufferers of Eczey ma, Tetter, Itch and similar Skin in-elusi- ve; st ha-rome- Eruptions. Don't Scratch Stop the Itchinp; vt, once with Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment. Its first application starts healing; the red, rough, scaley, Itchinp; skin is soothed by the. Healing and Cooling Medicines, . Mrs--,' C. A. Einfeldt, Eock Island, 1 11., after nsing Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment, writes: "This is the first time in nine-yearI have been free from the dread ful ailment:" Guaranteed.- - 50c Recommended by Paull Drug Co Ar3 s the;;apaik county kbits TJDETflLIEl?. 4 :?tfngsWoilh.fiee4irig. Luke McLuke Says. Kmk&a Yes, justice is blind, but it's Some men are always either the other feller's lawyer that has getting on a bun or getting over his eyes open. one. I" am not an alarmist, but I There are not many sure things wisb to say that the world is cer- in this world. But after an icetainly growing better. My last man has been invading kitchens ton of coal weighed 1,900 pounds. for a year you can bet that it would take more than a slit skirt . Man brings most of his troubles upon himself. If he will to shock him. stand up in a street' car and ask The fact that it isn't ladylike if any one really believes that Dr. to use cuss words doesn't help Cook discovered the North pole mother's feelings much when he must be prepared to take father spills the gravy dish all table cloth. over a bran-newhat's coming to him. w The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People Age has its attractions no less than youth in a more serene and quieter life. But it is this very life of rest without sufficient exercise that brings with it those disorders that arise from inactivity. Chief of these are a chronic, persistent constipation. Most elderly people are troubled in this way, with accompanying' symptoms of belching, drowsiness after eating, headaches and general lassitude. Frequently there is difficulty of digesting even light food. Much mental trouble ensues, as it is hard to find a suitable remedy. First of all the advice may be given that elderly people should not use salts, cathartic pills 6r powders, waters or any of the more violent purgatives. What they need, women as well as men, is a mild laxative tonic, one that is pleasant to take and yet acts without griping. The remedy that fills all these requirements, and" has in addition to&ic -- 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 completely cured by I-w- 1 keep constantly on hands a nice line Df Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and Indies Robes, also a nice Hurse. Location over Cumberland Grocers Co., -- Colombia, Ky; Phone 52 A. J. S. Jones. properties that strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of elderly people use, to the exclusion of all other remedies. Trustworthy people like A. B. Tlgrett, Oaklawn Farm, Newbern, Tenn., and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks, Paris, Ky say they take it at regular intervals and in that way not only maintain general good health, 'but that they have not in years felt as good as they do now. You will do well to always have a bottle of it in the house. It is good for all the family. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B.. Caldwell, 405 Washington St, Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card wlU do. DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. $1.00 50c AND Cox, Joliet, 111. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY Daily Courier - Journal $6.00fa Year Sunday Courier Journal - I have given it up. I argued for half a day and finally convinced a man that there is a hereafter, but that night he stole a horse and made off. After being arrested he explained that he didn't? want to hoof it around when he got up there. While I was at a poker club one night someone raided my hen coop and stole six of my chickens. Deacon Darby said it was ajjudgment upon me. The next night I attended a prayer meeting, and some one else came and stole the rest of my flock. This time Deacon Darby simply said um! I don't say that it's an even thing between poker and a prayer meeting, but not a hen has ever returned. A whole lot of actresses . look Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from for 81.25. If you want to keep in like circus horses. But you can now until the first df April for 50 cents. in touch with the doings at Frankwe will furnish the fort while the Legislature is in session, always compliment a woman by Or better still you should have the State Journal. Adair. County News, one year and the telling her that she looks like an actress. A man worships what he can't Birdseve view at our Plant I We would be pleased to send the Daily State Journal until April last Special Attnetin to Eyes Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at iairpriceB. 1 ara well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION I NEAR EB HUGHES understand. That's the reason he is a cinch for awoman. The reason why a 1913 June bridegroom is a hero to his bride in March 1914, is because the catfish crawls out of the river every nightiand catches sparrows on the telephone wires. RESIDENCE, ON BU8KSY1LLE STREET. $2.00 a Year nJ Joseph I H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Best National News ff Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : State News Local News ' ft After you have seen the same girl wearing the some exaggerated slit skirt about a dozen time3 you get the impression that she is always'wearing the same old stocking. Any expert judge of whisky MarketjReports ForeignjfNews of Everything ft Largest in Dixie" r it Jamstown, Kentucky G P. SMYTHE Tor W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated FIRE INSURANCE and REAL When I had a carbuncle on the will always pronounce your brand neck and the doctor told me that the best as long as you are doAre you interested in wht is at least 5,000,000,000,000 men ing the purchasing. teking place day byftdayfall over had lived and died since the time A lot of the fellows who are the world ? If you are you NEED of Adam I was quite consoled. I for Everybody Louisville, Kentucky. ESTATE WHOLESALE Windows, JDoors, Blinds, Mouldings, EVERYTHING IN V S Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog THE wearing bigblackrimmed glasses realized.that a dozen or two out would look better if they didn't If there is ani agent in your of that number must have got it wear their finger nails that way. town giye himja trial order one in the neck. Any mother can tell you that I "You are an honest-man!month Daily50cents, with Sunher boy learns to swear from the day 75 cents. said toj Farmer Jones when he COURIER-JOURNAL. " is no agent in your hood. "Farmer Jones, you are a rastown give order to the paper in Now the diaphanous skirts are cal I', I said when I got home and T7hich this advertisement ap meas- on the job and a whole lot of fam pears (you may get a.special club- found a false bottom in the by which he had beaten me ily skeletons come to light. bing rate,) or sand the order di- ure by two quarts. Courier-Journaof Your Watch. Ifthers heaped the measure up. Other Children in the neighbor- HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. Electric Bitters 1 liver "I was suffer in sr from pain in nrI stomach, head and Lack.' writes H. T. Alston, Raleich, JS OV "aacl rav - Made A New rVianOf Him. and kidneys did not wort right. 3 but tour bottles or Jblectnc JKi:te'5 made me fee! Jke a new man PRICE 50CTS. i ALL DRUG STORES rect to the l. TaheCarc WEEKLY COUIER-JOUR-Ngetjeven. has been discontinued, There is no language spoken but FARM AND FAMILY, a on earth without it contains at most excellent illustrated monthly leastI15 swearwords, and some :xnagazine, is a worthy successor. 40 or250. The men of old knew v The price is only 25Jcents a year. what would .be needed by the Ask for a sample'copy. later S comers, and provided for Courier-Journ- al Company it. If the man driving oxen INCORPORATED couldn't yell, "By heck!" what wouldlhedo? In Grit. LouisviIIe,Ky. AL I then had to steal his ax to Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 1 Some men think a woman's watch is a joke because it never shows the correct time. CO- - IjjTjrra Trade Marks CnDvnir.MTS e. Anyone sending a sketch and description may Trhether an quietly ascertain our opinion free invention is probably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. HANDBOOK caPatents sent free. Oldest apency for securinc patents. Patents taken throueh JIunn & Co. receive tftclal notice, without charge, in the handsomely Illustrated weekly. largest circulation of any scientlHc journal. Terms. ?3 a year: four months, tl. Sold by all newsdealer. A VHaBEX OVER 65 YEARS PER1ENCE Designs Betiieace W. J. S . t Coughs andlCoIds Weaken the System. Continued Coughs, Colds and Bronchial troubles are depressing and weakN. MURRELL en thelsystem. Loss of weight and appetite generally follow. Get a 50c bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery toDENTISTi day. It will stop your cough. The Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g first dose helps. The best medicine for Stubborn Coughs, Colds and all Throat and Lung Troubles. Mr. O. up Stairs. H. Brown, Muscatine, Ala., writes: - Kentucky "My wife was sick during the hot Columbia, summer months and I honestly believe Dr. Ring's New Discovery saved her life." Good for children. 50c & $1. Recommended by Paull Drug Co. Phone-1- B Business Pho e 13 P -- Whatihas become of the men who were going land Owners Attention. to haveJJohn D.Rockefeller Do not attempt to clean your . 5?. C. "Faulkner, is prepared to do hired man after they own watch. When it is dirty or your Surveying correctly. had raised enough Belgian hares needs regulating send it to the He has thirty-thre- e years jeweler. And be sure you find or squabs? experience. Charges reaone who understands the mechansonable. Phone 74 or A pair of tan shoes and a doll- -, ism of watches. There is as big write faced bride can beat anything a difference between watch reI T. C. Faulkner, , else in the world at showing age pairers, as there is. in doctors, and ' ' Columbia, Ky. . rapidly. not, all can cure. ,. " .' 5Q&CX old-fashioned coirvey ing Ad Here are a few rules that women should commit to memory: Wind a watch at nearly the same time each day. It is just as bad to wind too often as to let a watch run down. Do not carry a watch in bag or purse. If you cannot wear it outside your gown, fasten it to your corset inside your blouse. Don't bang a watch down on table or bureau. If you will put it on its back, see it has a soft berth. Far better hang a- watch when not in use. Fascinating watch stands with convenient' hooks are now sold for this purpose. They are oranamental and lengthen the life of your! watch. Do not subject your watch to intense heat or freezing. It is injurious, though the works are of the best. - 12-- 1 16 Eaat WafkeJ Street Bel ween First-and-Broo- k - '.ouisv51e. Ky. Scientific American. Branch Office. 625 GreaiBjpiii The Louisville Daily Herald And the MUNN & Co.3G4BroadwaiNew York F SU Washington, D. C I Are You a Woman? Adair County News One Year Each m Oardui The Woman's Tonic SUE FOB AT For S3.50 This offer will hold good for only a short time. If you wanttokeep posted in politics and current events, subscribe how. Come? 'bring or send, your subscriptions to ; Hi. 0BUC8STS F4 work-inglas- la It. H- - JOES Special attention Veterinary Surgeon and Decti&t years experience. given to Surgical and Dental work? Office at residence near Graded School - ' , .;;-- building. -- . ,,thi&ioffice- - , -- ' ff ' PHONE NO. 7,2? -- far- THitAEtAnt trotni4rNS-- . ft WELL says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Kyv in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use DRILLER be-fo- re Kentucky Fair Dates. It Always Helps ll ly J -- Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. Isoon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky adjoining counties. See me Fairs fqrJ1914, as far as reported. contracting. Latest Officers of fairs are requested to machinery of all kinds. report to uslany omissions or corPump Repairing Done. Give rections of dates: me a Call. Mt. Sterling, July 215 days. C. YATES Harrodsburg, Jdly 284 days. I will drill wells in, Adair and im-yroved J. w THE The Woman's Tonic a trial Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc, are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Berea, July329 3 days. Taylorsville, Aug. days. Mt. Vernon, Aug. days. Leitchfield, Aug. 114 days. 43 53 and it always does me good." I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, LOUISVILLf TIMES FOR 1913 Perryville, Aug. 123 days. Vanceburg, Aug. 12 4 days. CoIumbia,"AagustJ8 4 days. Get a Bottle Today! w 3) g) D ?E ilWit fish itfBl 164 BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF Something like 50,000,000 cows switch their tails for 12 hours per day for at least 100 days in the year, and yet no living man ever saw the remains of a fly that had been killed by the switch ing. Do the cows think they will get him at last? that broke his hook and got away from him. Perhaps, however, it is because I never went THE fishing in my life. LOUISVILLE TIMES There is policy in being kind to your neighbor. The day may If YOU WiLL SEND YOUR 0RDEI come when your mule will have TO US, YOU CAN GET a sore heel, and you'll want some sometimes think that I am one to apply I the hot ta'r while the only man in the country thatJyou stand back and bosg thfe job THE ADAIR COUNTY never lied about the size of the IS $5.00 A YEAR. and our troop3 leave the cities by the sea to enter upon the mountain-cStanford, Aug. 193 days. limbing marches toward Lawrenceburg, Aug-- 19 4 Mexico, it will be the mule that days. Elizabethtown, Aug. 253 will carry the munitions and the days. the baggage. He willjtreadlwitb Grayson, Aug. 294 days. safety the narrow trails along Shelbyville. Aug. 263 days. the side of precipices, he will days. Frankfort, Sept. drag the heavy guns up thelsteep Alexandria, kept. days. heights, he will share in the batBarboursville, Sept. days. tle and then he will haul the Tompkinsville, Sept. days. wounded to the hospitals. Hodgensville, Sept. days. days. . Hardinsburg, Aug. 183 days. Shepherdsville, Aug. 184 the m a n u f acturing value of American wools, the improvement of farm and ranch methods ofhatfdling wools; the possible adaptation of foreign methods to American conditions; the 'standardization of the wool clip, and the prevention of damage by dogs and predatory animals. Announcement of the dispatch of mules to Mexico do ss not impress the imagination like aldis-patc- h of warships. One dreadnought carries more"of pomp and circumstance thanjdoes any number of mules: yetyJinlSMexico is the mule the more important war maker of the twc Laurence Sterne, "that every time a man smiles but much more? so when he laughs it adds something to his fragment of life." Last of all may be cited the verdict of Oliver Wendell Holraea given with his own inimitable humor, "The riotous tumult of a laugh, I take it, is the mob law the features, and propriety the magistrates who reads the riot act." The Sunday Magazine. 4 4 Speech That Won the Girl J. B. McGhee of Ro3well, N. M., writes to tell of a negro girl who had two "cullud" suitora, If the campaign opens widely was a hard working negro who always had a Job, but was a little short on style. The other never worked, but wore fine clothes and adorned the street corners, and was without money most of the time. Boths wanted to marry the girl and she, although strong-'ly in favor of style herself, had a strong hankering after the one with a steady job. So she decided she would invite them both to dinner, wait on them herself, and the one who had the best manners she would accept. Accordingly they came to dinner. She first waited on Jim, the hard working negro, and said: "Have sugar and cream in your coffee, Mr. Jim?" ' 'Cream only, if you please, ma'am," replied Jim. Then to the stylish 3uitor 'Have sugar and cream in your coffey, Mr. Sambo?" "Both if you please, Miss Dinah," said Sambo, and he added: "Miss Dinah, you knows de homojonab, rajikal, tragical, incomprehensible, compound extract of deroot- a toot-toob de sugar, mixed wid de double distilled compound discombilities ob de eream, makes de coffee obsquob." He got the girl. ot says the Kansas City Star. One howitzersand 14 15 23 24 83 10- -3 Scottsville, Sept. days. The Daily NEWS AND Louisville And The S Times News Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Sept. 146 days. Horse Cave, Sept. 234 days. Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, Sept 29- -5 days. Glasgow, Sept. 304 days. Along the frontiers of the world, wherever there is a war there js demand for the mule. Compared with him the war-hor- se much-vaunt- ed is a vanishing THE L0UISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR Of Interest to Farmers. Adair County FOR ONLY Isthe best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic, but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adah $4.50. prin-ted THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper anywhere. Has the best corps of corre The average prices of live stock on the Chicago market last week as compiled by Drovers' Journal were: Cattle, $8.40; hogs $8.40; sheep, $5.70; and lambs, $8.25, On the corresponding week of last year the averages were: Cattle, $8.10; hogs, $8.50; sheep $6,05; and lambs $7.85. The War Department has accepted the bid of an East St. Louis, 1 pondents.. County News both for 4.50 per year. Covers the Kentucky field ps-- 111., commission firm to fectly. Covers the general news fitl Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. r Always appreciates trade from Adair and Adjoining Counties and is constantly of- fering and giving to ail comers, Bargains in a1 Lines of goodsj ill send Dry Goods, Clo:hing &ndShoo to any point, by Pareels Post prepaid. re- Anygoods not satisfactofy cap be - ". turned by Parcel Post, t if in seven dayfr after sent out Woodson; Lewis v. y Skinned figs put up in heavy syrup are among the delicious completely. Can't Keep It Secret. The splendid work of Chamberlain's new conserves. They make an Has the best and fullest dm? $165,000. Bids for 250 mules at Tablets is daily becoming more widely excellent dessert with whipped $200 to $260, submitted by an known. No such grand remedy foe kets reports. troubles has ever cream. East St. Louis firm, were reject- stomach and liver sale by Paull Drug been known. For If you want a touch of bright Ad DEMOCRATIC in politics bi ed because the prices were deem- Oo. green in the salad shred a dozen ed too high. fair to everybody. Paid Tribute to Laughter. or two of the salted pistachio A good ration for a horse that nuts and sprinkle over it. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP is troubled with indigestion is The value of a Among the new desiccated mixed as follows: Ground oats laugh may be rated low by some TI0N RIGHT AWAY and corn, five pounds each; four people; but many writers have fruits and vegetables which inounces of oil meal, two ounces attested its worth in no measured clude all kinds from cabbage DENTAL OFE'ICXB and spinach to the berries, there of salt, a desert spoonful of pow- terms. are raspberries which have dered gentian and a small It is not surprising that Chas. Dr. their color and flavor and of dried sulphate of Lamb sould have said, "A laugh which are delicious for pies, pud DENTIST iron, it tne animal reiuses the is worth a hundred groans in any dings and sauces. The desicOVER PAULL DRUG CO. ration a little starvation will market," but from the lips of cated soup greens to Columbia, Ky. make him taste it when his dis- the somber Carlyle one is scarcehave in the storeroom and so are RES PHOND 20. like will cease. Begin with a ly prepared to hear, "No man OFFICE PHONB the parsley'and celery which are small quantity of this ration for who has once heartily and whol-l- y so often wanted for flavoring. each meal and increase it gradlaughed can be altogether or The fruits and vegetables need ually until a full ration is being irreclaimably bad." to be soaked for two or three fed.. It was Douglas Jerrold who hours before being cooked. But The Secretary of Agriculture baldly stated that, "What was the soup greens and flavorings and Indigestion caused me great distress has issued a call for a public con- talked of as the golden chain of for two years. I triea many things for maybeput'in and be cooked with relief, but got little help, till at last I found it in the best pilla or medicine lever tried ference interested in the sheep Love was nothing more than a the soup or stew. and wool industry, to be held in succession of laughs, a chromatic Washington, June 2, 3 and 4. scale of merriment reaching from 4 foot cord wood wanted at once at brickyard, Columbia? $2.50 per cord:"' fVH. TTntflolH.fJnvnn W. Vu Among the topics suggested by .earth tq, Olympus.' ' lfirH. Simrns.- mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm the Secretary for discussion are' "I 'am persuaded," wrote good-natured furnish 995 horses for the cavalry and artillery. The prices range from $161 to $165 a head, and the total price will be about of the past. His strength, his sureness of foot, his wariness of eye, his ability to endure, hardships ind hard work on little food andjwith little care, have made him invaluable as a campaigner, whether in deserets or mountains. The mule has seen the camel and the elephant disappear from armies. He may see the horse vanish. He has seen the motor cycle and the motor car come in. He may see the aeroplane numbered by thousands. But it is not likely he will ever see him self superceded m his own line of work. There may be mules without war, but probably never a war without mules. figment Additions to Cookery. James Triplett re-tain- ed tea-spoonf- ul are-usefu- l Stomach Pains DR. KING'S NewLifePills - s iO "X y L Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUSTY NEWS a k On close in-4-P. fowls were gone. vestigation he found a very large black snake in there that had We are all rejoicing over the swallowed all the small ones and recent rains we have had. thosethat were too large to swalUncle Joel Moore, of Weed, low, the snake killed a number passed through here one day last of them. week, enroute for Columbia. The recent good rains that Mr. Allen Parson and family, have fallen have put new life in of Portland, visited' their rela the appearance of every thing tives here last Saturday and out this way, and we are gJad to Sunday. say that our farmers have trans Mr. W. C. Yates, of Portland, planted at least seventy-fiv- e per was through ''this section, the cent of their tobacco crop. There iirst of the week, looking after have been over average crop set .Jambs at the market price. in this section. We have heard James Q. Diddle made a a great deal of complaint about trip to Greensburg last our meadow grass and winter 'Thursday. oats. There never was' so much Messrs. McKinney & Bishop, cheat as there is at tiis time. We who are sawing' for Durham & have heard quite a number disHicks, of Greensburg, near this cussing the question as to wheth place, have about three hundred er this cheat would make hay, and twenty thousand feet of would it be profitable to cut it beJumber, now on their yard. This fore it matures!" The experience lumber will be hauled to Greens- of some of our farmers is that it is no good at any time, while burg at once. s Quite a number of our citizens others hold that if you cut it bespent several days, on the banks fore it gets ripe, it will make of Russell Creek, last week, fish- feed. Your reporter takes the ing'. Their success whs not very idea that it is no good at any - good. time it may be saved. There have been a f ew May We are glad to say that the cherries on our market this sea- Adair Spoke Co., who have quite son. They are very scarce con- a lot of spokes at this place, will sequently cherry preserves will be here in a week or so with their machinery preparatory for manbe very scarce down this way. Misses Nell, of Columbia, and ufacturing them for the market. Mrs. W. B. Dulim who has Miss Mary Caldwell, of Portland, spent a day or so visiting Miss been confined to her room for a Moliie Flowers, of our city, last number of years, with a complication of diseases, has been, for week. Uncle Jesse Breeding was in the past week or so, in a very our midst last Friday with his critical condition. fine Peacock- colt. We must say Edith. here, it is one of the finest colts that we have ever had in this The farmers were indeed glad part of old Adair. to see the rain last Monday. Eugene Wethington, of ColumThe singing school at Taberbia, and Austin Wilmore, of this nacle is getting along nicely. place, spent a day or so in GreensMr. and Mrs. Oscar Sinclair, burg last week. of Pellyton. visited Mrs. Nannie Misses Pedigo, of Summer-shadCorneal last Saturday. and Christie, of Knifley, EId.Z. T. Williams filled his .are visiting Rev. Christie and regular appointment at Taberwife, of our city, this week. nacle last Friday night. Mrs. Robert McKinney, killed Mr: Rudolph Beard and fami'one day last week, near her residence, a very large rattle snake. ly visited relatives in this neigh borhood Saturday and Sunday. " Guy Nell, of Columbia, on his return from Edmonton, spent Miss Fannie Evans is making one night in our town last week. a two week's visit with her sisters, Mrs. 0. C. Pelley and Mrs. A son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob B. L. Royse, of near Columbia'. Nelson, of Greensbupg, spent a-day or so of last week visiting Mrs. Bettie Harmon and her r, Annie Campbell, Ted and Bingham Harper, of our were the pleasant guests of Mrs. place. E. L. Grant last Wednesday. Mr. N. Roach, the successful Mr. and Mrs. Owen Beard merchant, of Toria, spent one day in our midst last week. He were visiting' at Neatsburg this informed us that his business was week. very good, considering the drouth Eld. Luther Young and sister-in-laMrs, Tom Young, passed-througw were going through. here Saturday en route Uncle Robert 0. Keltner, one to Roley. of the oldest and best citizens, informed us that Bro. John Mo-ra- n Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Thomas Mof Corbin, Ky., are who live. in the Petis Fork son, Marion, community, would address us in visiting relatives in this commu the near future, on Spiritual nity. Don't forget the dedication at Kingdom. Bro. Moran is a good Bible'scholar and we will be glad Tabernacle the Fourth Sunday in this month. to hear him." bus-fness -- P. Wesley, has removed to Neatsburg. 'V Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Miller were visiting at Mrs. James Davenport's at DunnVille, Saturday night. . There was a good crowd at ; Tabernacle the 30th. Mr. Joe Jones and wife, of Montpelier, visited relatives and friends in this neighborhood last ' 44MHfr"fr449"Q rfrrrri&Frrrr 0 the Deering Binder will 4 4 save your big Wheat Crop. the and Rakes. Get 4 We also' havepricesMowers you buy befpre our Look over your old Binders, Mowers and Rakes NOW and let us know what Repairs you need, so as to save money and time when Harvest is here We can get Repairs for most all Binders and Mowers made 1. week. Mrs. Puss Williams is visiting her daughters, Mrs. Charlie and Mrs. Will Tupman, of Columbia. Mr. Tom Kelsey and wife, of Taylor county, passed through this place last Saturday en route Her-rifor- d, 4 H The Jeffries Hardware Store. to Neatsburg. Miss Pina Rich, of Dunnville, spent several days of last week with relatives here. Mrs. Valeria Campbell is on the sick list at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. E L. Grant and daughter, Linnie, spent last Sunday at Neatsburg. Mr. R. D. Williams and wife visited at W. E. Willams' Saturday night. - 4 44444444444444 444444444444 for Nearly Half a Century with the Master, we fell sure you will take your trouble to Him and will find grace sufficient for this sad trial. Wheat will be ready to cut in this community next week and it is certainly fine. Bakerton. On last The Standard of Excellence W This record alone is convincing Up evidence of the high quality of Mastic Paint. Every gallon is guaranteed and must give absolute satisfaction: Be sure you get - e, Monday the drouth was broken by a heavy ram fall The gentle rain is falling this which lasted all day and part of "The Kind That Lasts" evening and it is badly needed. the night. Every thing looks as It will Bave you many a dollar, because it wears longer, covers more surface, looks better than any other paint. What shall we render unto the fresh as if it had been raining Lord for all his benefits. FRFF Ask us for illustrated booklet, "Homes and How all spring, but it didn't rain to Paint Them, ' ' also color card, or write direct Last Sunday afternoon at the enough to make the river rise Sgj to CO., Incomoxated. Lonisrillt, Ky. any, residence of Rev. Chandler, of ' Paull Drug Company, Columbia, Mr. Olie McKinley and Everybody is about done plantz aT". unrV !TAmMi1 - mt Pnlnmmo TH Miss Susie Bryant were united ing corn in this part of the counin marriage. The is a son of Mr. try and are preparing to sow Solomon McKinley, of this place, peas. Think fhere will be a and is a worthy young man. The large crop sowed this time. bride is a daughter of Mr. Geo. G. D. Parrish has a bad rising BryantN, of Graycraft. She is a on his right hand, which he is highly respected young lady. worrying with day and night. Sunday in this month. Every Hadins Harvey was in th The many friends of each wish Jim Parrish, the little boy that Sparksville neighborhood body invited to come. them much happiness. had typhoid feyer, is lots better Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Goff and Thursday putting up 'phones. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blair were and is able to sit up most of the " Mrs. Lela Smith visited at S. T. He certainly knows how. the guest of Mr. S. McKinley time. Irvin's, last Monday. and family last Sunday week. Can'r Keep It Secret. S, T.' Waggener, of urkes-ville, OzarK.. m Mm PEASLEE-GAULBERT BuiWW M " ' Ill M -- 'sam last -B- grad-daughte- Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Roy visitwith the Cumberland Groed Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mitchell, cery Co., was here yesterday. in town, Saturday night and Sun- He was coming in from a trip day. through. Clinton and Russell v Mr. Josh Montgomery and counties. family visited relatives at Cane Mr. Quarles, of Gainsboro, Valley last week. Tenn., with the Putman Overall Mr. Anderson Murrell left Sun-cla- y Co., was here yesterday. for Berea, to visit his brothMr. Renfro, with J. M. Robiner, Jesse, and other friends. son, Norton & Co., Louisville Messrs. Rubarts and Workman, was here this week. of Pellyton, stopped ' over night Curt Shelly and Miss Pauline n Keen eloped to Tennessee and with Mr. L. B. Maupin and -- Mrs. Daniel Baker is visiting The 3plendid work of Chamberlain's Tablets is daily becoming more widely G. M. Dillon. her son-in-law, "Mrs. T. M. Glidewell visited stomach and liver troubles has ever her daughter. Mrs. Lela Smith, been known. For sale by PaullcDrug Ad 00. last Wednesday. known. No such grand remedy for Last week John Goff swapped ring-necked Dirio. fam-ilyo- w, h Mr. Robert Tupman spent SatL. Durham, of Greensburg spent a day or so of last week, urday and Sunday in this neighout at his lumber yard near here. borhood. 5ft?f time during the month of July week. held a series of meetings for us Several from this neighbor- . 0t this" place. hood were in Columbia the first Jr; -- Shed Tarter, who lives Monday. geVtlus place, heard a disturb Mr. T. C. Faulkner, ' of Coance, in his chicken yard, one passed here last Monday night last week, and proceeded lumbia, en route to Knifley. at once; to investigate the trouMr. Robert Cundiff, who has ble and to his surprise found twr that quite a number of his young been making, his home with Mr. We are glad to note that Bro. MissHattie Williams, of Co Coakley, a very noted evangelist lumbia, was visiting in this comr of the Baptist church, will some- munity the latter part of last got married. bia. Jack Pierce and a Miss Page, Mrs. Pearl Maupin and daugh- near creeaing, were marrieu ters, Lola, Maggie and Gertie last Sunday. were the guests of Mrs. Kent Mrs. S. C Bibey, of Brush Bryant last Sunday. Creek, was visiting her sister, Aunt Susan Bryant, widow of Mrs. G. M. Dillon today. J. C. Bryant has been iiTpoor There has been another surhealth this spring. veying party on the river, for Mr. J. L. Conover is quite sick. the last few days, something Mr. Milton Powell lost a good pertaining to the locking of the mare one day last week. She river. left a fine colt one day old. It Tom Walker caught between learned to drink milk a once and 35 and 40 pounds of fish night seems to be doing well. before last. Mr. Taylor Young lo3t a nice Mrs. Bertha Burchette is still mare and Mr. Tim Montgomery improving at Wilto N. Y. a good horse recently. Last Saturday night the young Much sympathy is extended to people near here were all invited Mrs. Callie Bryant, of this place, to a strawberry supper at Mr. G. who is sorrowing over the death W. Brockman's, of Amandaville. ofc. her mother, which occurred They all report a fine time. in Gainsville, Texas, a few days Mary Ruth Winfrey, of Big ago. 'Tis oh so sad to give up mother, when we are permitted Rfenox, is visiting Bettie Jane Iiv to be with her,- - to administer to vin, this week. her every need. But sadder Mrs. H. C. Parrish and daught- still, ;whenvwe cannot seeber er, Miss' Mclvor, went to Burkes- Wednesday on business. dear face or-d- one thing for her. ville But aunt .Callie, knowing you as There will be Children,s'Day fwe.do, and of youn daily walk at Parrish's Chapel the third Columv o their return from a nice sorrel horse for a mare and There is nothing so scarce'in a mule and two colts and a dog. Who can beat that? Dirigo'as new3. Every little Mrs. J. C. Winfrey was here spicy item has been handled until it has ceased to grow and is Friday on business. gradually dwindling? away, and Rugby. had it not been for the good i . shower of rain last Monday I Mr. Charlie Garrett and Sam verily believe there would have Garman, of Beck's Store, visited been no news at all!! by now. Sam Garman,, of this place, last Mrs. Lucy Campbell, who ha3 Saturday and Sunday. been sick for several months, is Mr. Jack Pierce and Miss Er no better and is not expected to mine Page were married last survive many days. Sunday, Rev. T. J. Campbell4 We are having one of the be3t Sunday Schools in the county. James Rosson was in Columbia It makes one feel good to see a last Monday. class of fr6m thirty to forty litEli Rosson has gone to farm- tle boys and girls from five to ing on a'large scale. He has eight years old come up and anbought a new mower, rakeand swer every question put to them. Mr. J.JD- - Sharp, Amandaville, cultivator. did business here last Saturday. John H. Wilson is still on the Mrs. Mose Wooten and chidren sick list. visited relatives at Bliss last sinking fast week. Kay Harney is with consumption. Coughs andiCoIds Weaken the System. Several drummers were with Continued Coughs, Colds and Bronus this week, two in an auto. -- m The rais last Monday did lots en the'system. Loss of weight and of good. Some tobacco nas been appetite generally follow. Get a 50c bottle of Dr. King's Xew Discovery, to' set. day, lb will stop your cough. The of Iowa, was in our midst last week. He says hey have fine prospects for e left here somea good crop. thing near 40 years ago and is another of our Adair county boys who has made good. . chial troubles are depressing and weak- Mr. John "Grissom, -- first dose helps. The best medicine foe Stubborn Coughs, Colds and all Throaty and Lung Troubles. Mr. O. H. Brown, Muscatine, Ala., writes: "My wife was sick during the hot summer montlis and I honestly believe Discovery saved her Dr. Eing's-Helife.!' 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