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I On the evening of June the 6th, just There is a compulsory attendance books. It requires as the shades of evening were falling, statute that all children from seven to twelve, the writes of marriage were beautiOn Monday morning when the aninclusive, sfiall attend the full six fully solemnized between Miss Laura nouncement was made that Mr. W. L. months term, unless they are being Foster and Elbert Thurman, at Peru, .Walker had passed over the divide taught at home, the course of study lnd.v; by Rev. O. W. Daily, pastor of many expressions of regret were heard being equal to what they would re- the First Baptist Church. ?i i" . im . v . and words of sympathy expressed for Mrs. Thurman is a highly cultured ceive at the public school. The comthe bereaved family He had been pulsory age is understood to extend to young lady, while the groom is a confined to his room only a few days thirteen, as the word inclusive is used. young .ifthan of sterling qualities. and while it was known that he was AH parents are hereby respectfully so- Their acquaintance dates back "from in a dangerous condition yet his death licited to comply' with the compulsory the summ&?l912, while the bride was not expected at that time and the law, so that there may be no necessity was viBQog" her sister, Mrs. Emily hope and expectation entertained of for resorting to legal measures, to se- Foster Thurman, in Louisville. his recovery was general. He was cure its enforcement. Surely all parImmediately after the ceremony born and reared in this town and had ents who have the interest of their they left for Lebanon,. Ind., where reached the age of fifty, knowing probchildren at heart will dladly do this. they will reside in the future. ably as many people in this section as At any rate I shall expect the law to any man in the townas he had spent be obeyed, and shall do all 1 can for COMMISSIONER'S SALE. IstcF. aWPilffffffffBWtk5tHBtWBzr the major portion of his life in his its enforcement. I wish to say to the father's store and for the last fifteen teachers of Adair county that it 'is or twenty years conducting the busiunlawful for them to enroll and teach ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT ness himself after having purchased OF KENTUCKY. children under six years of age in their it. He was a splendid merchant, honW. F. Flowers, & c, Pltfs. ) schools. Our public schools are not vs est and upwright in all his dealings kindergartens. Teachers, send a 1 1 Addie Venable, &c, Defts. ) and measured up to the requirements such children home quietly and kind-l3By virtue of a Judgment and Order of a splendid and substantial patronThis is best for the children, for of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renage. Of late years he had shown conCOMMISSIONER'S SALE. the school, and for you. dered at the May term, thereof, 1914, siderable interest in farming and raisOne suggestion in regard to teach- in the above cause, shall proceed to I ing cattle and had reached the point ing high school branches in the rural offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door of profit and pleasure as well in this .adair circuit . Do not do this. The law field of endeavor. It was not h'is mer"of Kentucky, schools. require you to teach them, in Columbia, Ky., to the highest biddoes not der, at Public Auction, on Monday, chandisenor his progressive Lucy J. Hudson and your strength and skill are all the 6th .day of July, 1914, at one o'clock vs. methods of farming that made f1 needed for the eight grades of the p. m., or thereabout (being County Robt. Hudson him so many common school course. The County Court,) upon a credit of six montlis friends, but his nobleness of purpose, First ana High School is provided to take care the following described property, National Bank Pltf. ) t: his honesty and his genuine character. vs. of these high school branches. A certain tract of land situated Of quiet disposition, unassuming in Robt. Hudson, & c. Def ts.1 HON. ROLLIN HURT. I shall do all in my power to enforce in Adair county, Ky., on the waters matters that'would have given him By viFtue of a Judgment and Order the new tt law, so far as it more prominence, he kept the even of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- applies to teachers, schools, and school of Big Creek, near the town of Grady-villThe gentleman, who, is predicted by his friends, wins the Democratic containing 5i acres more or less, nomination for Judge of it tenor of his way 'free from many en- dered at the May term, thereof, 1914, building. the Court of Appeals in this the Third district, in being the same land conveyed to Geo. tangling perplexities that othlr men in the above cause, for the, sums of ugusD primary. Keep mm in your mind and do not let anything pre- Tobias Huffaker. Supt, A. C. S. W. Flowers by Cettie E. Nell on the nie you often contend with. To know him as $300.00 and $50.00 with the interest at vent trom voting. 20th day of Jan., 1908. Fully describhe really was, we could only feel that the rate of 6 per cent, per annum from Hens for Sale. ed in the Judgment and order of sale, s no nobler heart beat in human breast, the 26th day of May 1914, until paid, Order Book No. 14, page 196. For the Day1' was observed at 'Children's DelighUul Picnic. and when we say he was a genuinely and $110.40 costs herein, I shall propurchase price, the purchaser, with apthe Presbyterian Church Sunday good man, a man unwavering in his ceed to offer for sale at the CourtI have 40, 2 and 3 year old, finely proved surety or secuities, must exmorning. An interesting programme devotion to duty, who loved the prin house door in Columbia, Ky., to the bred White Leghorn 'hens for sale at 60 ecute Bond, "bearing legal interest The Busy Bee class of the Methodist had been prepared; and the occasion ciple of right and justice, we but highest bidder, at Public Auction, on feebly speak his real merits. For Monday, the 6th day of May, 1914, at cents each. This is' your opportunity from the day of sale until paid, and Sunday School, chaperoned by their was inspiring to the children who took having the force and effect of a Judg- teacher, Miss Jennie McFarland, as- part in the exercises, as well as to the many years he has been a member of one o'clock, p. m., or thereabout, (be- to get the best at a low price; ment. Bidders will be prepared to sisted by Miss Golda English, took large audience present. Every one ing County Court ,) upon a credit of 32-2- t. the Columbia Baptist Church, and J. 0. Russell comply promptly with these terms. following described dinner and supper and spent Thurs- performed his part well, and the was recently elected a deacon. He six months the W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. t: day at the beautiful spring of Miss children are to be congratulated, A certain tract of was also a member of the building property, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Tillie Trabue. The day was delight- as the day was made joyous committee, now erecting a beautiful land situated in Adair county, Ky., Tax Notice. fully spent in games and various to them, their parents and friends. house of worship, and all aloug had on the waters of Russell Creek, cone .amusements, "near to Natures heart." All who were present felt that it was shown much interest in the beauty of taining 90 acres, less 54 acres hereto-for- ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT , an hour well and profitably spent. sold off the north-eas- t end of said design and the progress of the wor- kOF KENTUCKY. Parties owing town taxes for the The most interesting event of the day The musical selections were good and looking "forward with great pleasure to tract to pay the debt of said Rank, Strong Hill, Pltf., year 1914 are requested to settle at was an unexpected debate on "Wom- well rendered. Mrs. Dr. Russell prean Suffrage." &c, said remainder will be sold subthe day of its dedication. In this vs. once. 6 per cent, penalty added Oct. I. work, in the expense of the building, ject to the life estate of Mary C. .Hud- Lewis Compton,&c. Def. The members present were: Misses sided at the organ and Miss Esther W. B. Patteson, ri 1st. son. For full description reference is as well as in all matters pertaining to Agnes and Ruth Hynes, Dexter Eng- Nell, who is visiting in the city, and By virtue of a Judgment and Order,! . Collector. Judgment and Order of of Sale of Adair Circuit Uoiiffr.f-xen-derlish, Alma McFarland, Dora Eubank, is known as an accomplished musician the church, he was liberal and in ear- made to the of Cary Jackman and Annie Sinclair. assisted on the violin. There was an nest. The cause of death was due to sale which is of record in the office Sudden Death. at the May Term, thereof, 1914, Those not able to attend wer: Misses interesting address by Judge H. C. heart failure and was a terrible the Clerk of the Adair Circuit Court in the above cause, for the sum of two Maud Jackman, Nellie Tarter and Baker. The drilling of the children, shock to his devoted wife and two in Order Book No. 14, page 218, or hunred two dollars and sixteen cents, as we understand, was under the diMr. Robert Gibson, a farmer about Mary Breeding daughters and sisters who reside in sufficient thereof to produce the sums with the interest at the rate of 6 per rection of Miss Tavia Reed and Mrs. this town. Besides his wife and daugh- of money so ordered to be made. For cent, per annum from tHe 20th day of seventy years old, died in the BreedOfficers elected for the insuing quar- lJo "Russell. ters, he is survived by four sisters, the purchase price, the purchaser, May, 1914, until paid, and 890.90 costs ing country the first of last week. He ter are as follows: President, Dora Mrs. R. F. Paull, Mrs. Bettie Butler, witli approved surety or securities, herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale had been complaining for several Eubank; Secretary and Treasurer, Miss Mattia Frankum, died at her Mrs. Priscilla Dohoney, of Columbia, must execute Bond, bearing legal in- at the Court-hous- e door in Columbia, months, and when the end came he Dexter English. The girls are look- home near Gadberry, last Sunday Mrs. Ella Dixon, of Lexington, and a terest from the day of sale until paid, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public had just returned to his dwelling ing forward to more days like this one night, of consumption. Her death brother, Mr. Scott Walker, of Hills-bor- and having the force and effect of a Auction, on Monday, the 6th day of from work, on the-farbefore the summer has ended. was not wnexpected as she had been Tex. Services of a memorial na- Judgment. Bidders will be prepared July, 1914, at one o'clock, p. m., or very low several weeks. She was 22 ture, were held in the Presbyterian to comply promptly with these terms. thereabout, (being County'Court,) up- Mr. Shelby Oajuts' residence, near Danyears old. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. (Tueschurch at 3:30 p. m. on a credit of six months, the follow- ville, was struck by lightning one day seday.) Rev, . Bush, his pastor and ing described property, Mrs. Lappie Turner, wife of the One last week, but fortunately no very Miss Jennie Garnett has just comrious damage was done. Mr. Oatts is some of his brethren, who had been Bay horse about 15 hands high known late Isaiah Turner, died very suddentwenty-si- x of Rev. W. F. Hogard, ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT a closely associated with him, made pleted an iron foot bridge, ly last Monday morning at the home running as the Jake Nelson horse and if the this place, and he was absent from OF KENTUCKY. of her daughter, Mrs. short talks suited to the occasion. The feet long, across the branch said horse fails to sell for enough to Robert Logan, floral offerings from friends and from through her lot fronting her residence. satisfy the said debt, interest and cost, home Mrs. Oats and her two chil- J. E. Burton Pltf. ) near Columbia. She was 62 years old. vs. his church substantially expressed the The entrance to the home, from now I shall proceed to offer for sale at same dren were considerably shocked, also Defts. ) on, will be from the pike, some disyoung Jo Hogard, this place, who is J. A. Denton, & c. high esteem in which he was held by time and place, a certain tract of land Local MarKet. cem- By virtue of a Judgment and Order those who knew him best and lefta fra- tance below the entrance to the in Adair county, Ky., containing 50 visiting his sister. of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rengrance in the memory of his loved Letery. This is quite an improvement, acres, more or less, bounded on the This office is in receipt of an invita- dered at the May term, thereof, 1914, and it will afford great convenience, ones that can not be easily destroyed North and West by the lands of J. M. from the Session of the Washing- in the above cause, for the sums of Egga by the passing of time- - The body besides it adds a little more value to and on the East and South by tion 13 ton Street Presbyterian Church, Win- $119.26and $237.52 and 841.25 costs herea very desirable piece of property. was laid to rest in the city .cemetery Hens lands of Peter Compton, being the JO chester, at the formal opening of its in, I shall proceed to offer for sale at with a large number of relatives and same land conveyed to defendant, new Parish Home, Chickens ig 17. Rev. J. the Court-hous- e June door in Columbia, ICy.. Machine Shop. .friends paying their tribute of respect. Lewis Compton, by his father, Peter R. Crawford, formerly pastor of Cocks 3) the to the highest bidder, at Public AucA good man gone to his reward, a de- Compton, or sufficient thereof to proJqqj I have purchased the W. A. Helm duce the sums of money so ordered to Presbyterian Church, here, is the pas- tion, on Monday, the 6th day of July, Turkeys TOted husband and loving father Washington Street Church. 1914, at one o'clock, p. m., or there j Geese whose life will bear emulation and a outfit, and am located at his former be made. For the purchase price, the tor of the shops on Bomar Heights, Columbia, about, (being County Court,) upon a Ducks substantial member of the Baptist approved surety or purchaser, with io Remember. Russell & Co's. Discount credit of six months the following dechurch he will be missed in many Ky. I am prepared to do do all kinds securities, must execute Bond, bearWool spring clipping 18 of work in the way of repairing maproperty, A certain scribed places. ing legal from the day of sale Sale will continue through this week. Hides (green) chinery. I also furnish repairs, in until.paid,interest of land situated in Adair county, 15 tract and having the force and 32-I- t. Ky., on the waters of Dry Branch,, of Feathers Mr. Jo Willock has sold his coca-col- a either brass or iron fixtures. 40 effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be Green river, containing 120 acres, more Ginseng bottling works to Messrs. J. H. I am fully qualified to do all kinds prepared to comply promptly with J 5 60 A Card of Thinks. or less. Complete description and Barclay and H. B. Webb, of Bowling of work. I solicit your patronage. . these terms. . Beeswax '25C J. M. Kearnes. boundary given in J udgment and Order Green, who will continue to .manuW. A. Coffey, Yellow Root 2 75 We wish to express our most sincere of Sale, which is of record in the offacture the refreshing drink at the Master- Commissioner A. C. C. The usual crowd attended the open-ing-gratitude to the kind friends and fice of the Clerk of the Adair Circuit May Apple(per lb) Times-Journresame placed The circuit court Monday at Jamesneighbors who were so faithful to us Court in Order Book No, 14, page 214, ports the consideration $10,000. Mr. For Sale. town. Judge Carter perfected an orduring the last illness and death of our to which reference is made. For the I keep on hands a fulstock of "Willock will go to California for his ganization in the forenoon, the grand purchase price, the purchaser, with coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep grandmother. health. W. F. Squires & 'family. jury entering upon the discharge of Ninety approved surety or securities, must Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes feet, lenghth ten feet width and Steayed: From my premises, near its duties immediately after the noon execute Bond, bearing legal interest two hearses. Prompt service nfghto from the day of sale until paid, and Died. Rife, Ky., a dark Jersey heifer, three hour. It is made up of twelve good narrow leaf one sucker tobacco 'bed. Residence Phone 29, office having the force and effect of a Judg- day. rears old, weight about 900 .pounds men, who, it is believed, will do their "Will set 20 acres or more. ' Mr. Laban Burton, who lived in the Will pay for information in regard to duty. Judge Carter did not "hold Ed Butler,- - - , Little Cake precinct, died Saturday, ment. Bidders will be prepared to Phone 98. B. W. Pierce, comply promptly with these terms. court in the afternoon, giving the t. her. Mt. Pleasant. J. F. Triptett, the 6th, and was buried at Bear Wal- W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. 45-- 1 yr 33-tRife, Ky. time to speakers. Sunday. He was sixty-thre- e Ad years low Columbia, Ky. The music at the Parlor Circle is in- old, and was a native of Adair county. Gov. J. C. W. Beckham will speak People who live on Cumberland river variably good, but it was unusually a wife and four children; Hot Weataer Tonic and Health BuildCampbellsville next Friday. The and who were in Jamestown Monday, fine last Friday evening. Miss Esther He leaves Always Lead to Better Health- at He was a victim of dropsy. er appointment will evidently draw a reported that crops up and down the Nell, who Ts visiting here, assisted Mr. large;crowd. Mr. Stanley spoke there river were looking fine. Potatoes and and Mrs. Lowe with her violin, and a Miss Virginia Coffey Are you down S"ervous Tired? Is Serious sicknesses start in disorders entertained everything you do an effort? You are of grass are about the only farm products number of very delightful selections last Saturday. the stomach, liver and kidneys. quite a nunber of her young friends not lazy you are sick I Your in Russell county that win be short of were rendered. Miss Nell plays scienstomach, The best corrective andjpreventive last Tuesday night. All expressed now on we wiIL.buy butter. an average crop. tifically, and but few persons can draw themselves as having been delighted, liver, 'kidneys, and whole system need is Dr. King's tfew Life Pills. They pay 11 cents cash tliis week. a tonic. A tonic and health builder to more musjc from a yjolin. Mr. and occasion. Durham & Hutchison. drive out the waste matter build you Purify the Blood Rrevent ConstipaRubber Tires Put OnandGuaran-Gof- f Mrs. Lowe, as everybody knows, are with the up and renew your strength. Nothing tion, keep Liver, Kidneys and Bowels Bros. teed. skilled musicians. , J. H. Kinnaird is Agent for the better toElectric There will be singing at Zion next tf condition. Give you better Singer Sewing Madhlne Co'. He has day. fhan James bitters. Start ., Duncan Haynes-villeMe- health by ridding Sunday afternoon. Every body 'invitA great deal of wheat was cut in an office in the Hancock frame hotel. the system of ferwrites: "Completely cured A few fields of wheat were cut last Russell county tne fatter part of last A man will be there at all times. 32-- 1 1 ed to come out. me after several doctors gave mo up." menting and gassy foods. Effective week This week many will - be har week, and harvesting will continue A.new.Brown'work shirt foundf'and vested. The crop throughout the throughout this week. The crop is Thermometers registered differently 50c and $1.0p.Rcommended by Panll and mild. 25c. Recommended by ' ' " Ad lefb-aDrug Co. this office. county is unusually good. " - :i . ,Ad Paull Drug Co". good all over the county. ere last Vveek f rom 95 to 10o rAto-auto'ca- :The,End Came 6 A. M., Monday. Last Tuesday afternoon Mr. Nat " a hero when all witnesses thought he was in danger of receiving great bodily harm. He was driving his young mare, hooked to a buggy. Arriving upon the square he alighted from the vehicle, near Mr. W. L. Walker's store, and did not hitch. along-- , scared the animal and she started at a rapid gait. Mr. Walker followed hurridly, caught the lines, but a wheel . of the buggy knocked him down, and he was dragged from the Columbia Bank corner, up Burkesville street and into' the aiiey next to Mr. W. H (Jill's residence, a distance of forty yards. Every body scringed, believing that Mr. Walker would be dangerously hurt, if jiot killed. He escaped with some cuts and a few bruises, and was up, going aoout, tne next day. it took courage. to hold on as did Mj Walker, leaving no doubt in the minds of the witnesses to the accident, that he is a young man of sticktoitiveness. law on-ou- r V " - "htmbe rrrTA - j- r. court substantial to-wi- anti-cigare- e, to-wi- 32-'t- f. ed o, to-da- y, O.-P- to-wi- t: son-in-la- w To-da- y. -- to-w- it: 26-2- - of al 32-2- f. -- IS 32-2- t. -- t -- 1 r I V A m . i ....- - .?' S THE APAIR OQJJNTY NEWS Wonderful Chimes. that are in the tower of the city hall at Springfield, Mass., Bells Ex-Poli- ce Becker Again Guilty. Luke McLuke Says. r MPTISr WMNER'SttSSHKLY. B Lieut. Becker, has Isn't it funny how vulgar diaagain been found guilty of monds look when you havn't the are said to be the finest chimes instigating the murder of the price to buy any? in America. Their distinction gambler Rosenthal. The testi Strange as it may seem, all lies in the fact that, instead of mony against him in this second the boisterous girls do not grow being hung in a tower erected trial differed not materially from up to be mannish women. on another building they are that presented at the first trial, When a man wants Cto recover suspended in sets of two from while the new evidence on which he either sends for a physician each of the eight window open- he sained a second trial was or a lawyer. ings of a regular "Campanile"-1-th- e either weak or was wholly exIt is more blessed to give than only one in this country. cluded by the court. Review of One would have to visit Am- the evidence would seem to in- toTreceive. And we are all un sterdam, Holland, for an exam- dicate that the jury had to de selfish enough to let the other ple of chimes similarly placed in termine which witnesses lied the fellow have the blessing. a municipal building. Evenjthen least, those of the prosecution or The man who has to part his those in the Dutch city hall fail of the defense. coat tails east and west when he to lend themselves gracefully to Though pronounced guilty a sits down has no business laugh this method of grouping, for its second time Becker will not be ing at what the women are wear tower is erected upon the build- immediately executed, if he is ing. ing, and does not stand alone as executed at all. The motions Love is a species of insanity does this beautiful "Campanile" made by his counsel will act as a g girl that makes a stay, and one recourse after an in the New EnglandKcity. worship a big, ornery, .hatchet-faceThe chiming device consists in other will be resorted to, which part of a hardwood case, or key- will require a year or more for mutt and call him "Tootie." board, measuring about five feet decision. Gaining a new trial Every now and then Father square, and containing 16han-dle- s, Becker has gained a new lease will vent his mean disposition on the latter bsing marked of life, its duration depending the children, and then sneak out with the letters of the musical upon the ability of his counsel. by talking about "Discipnotes of the 16 bells in the chimes Still, if he is guilty, and the jury of it This case is placed in the room thought he was and so said, line." He may not know it, but the below the belfry, each handle Becker will ultimately reach the being connected with the clapper electric chair, for the people of fellow who holds you up on the of its corresponding bell by New York are insistent on pu- street when you ane in a hurry and insists on telling you a "fun-n- y means of rods and chains. So nishmentThe Grit. story" that was published in carefully are these adjustments Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DPunch in 1857, is about as popuiarrhoea Remedy. made that slight downward pulls Every family without exception on the handles sound the full should keep this preparation at hand lar as a dog catcher. during the hot weather of the summer notes. It always tickles a married good-lookind, lop-eare- d, red-whisker- Dawson Springs, Ky. June 28 to July 3, 1914. en n i ii r 1914. JrK 111 -V For four years the Baptist of West Kentucky, and other section of the state have met to gether at Dawson Springs to listen to "the great Baptist leaders H - Every floor is teeming with the newest and best in Wall and Floor Coverings Stocks tip the Acme of Excellence of the South." This meeting has R1JGS, CARPETS, DRAPERIES and WALL PAPER grown in interest till last year it Vie with each other for Early Recognition reached the high water mark and over five hundred people as- The Best news of all are our Low Prices, fixed by an sembled to hear these great men. ed The date of the meeting this year is June 28 to the 3rd of July, and it is hoped that at least one thousand people will avail themselves of the opportunity to attend; Every effort has been put forth to make this meeting not only the equal of last year; but, if possible, to surpass it. With such as Mrs. Kate Hinkle, Miss Leachman and Miss Brenckman to represent W. M U. work, Rev. Harvey Beauchamp.N. T. Barnes and Miss Brenckman for S. S. work, Mr. Arthur Flake and Mr. N. T. Barnes for B. Y. P. U. work, as well as our own Dr3. Powell and Perkins Dr. C. B. Williams, Economical Organization, Centrally Located, yet moved from the high rent district. re- Hubbuch Bros., & Weliendorff Incorporated 522 and 524 West MarketlSt. For more than Thirty Years, Louisville's Leading Carpet and Rug House. Special All Notice of Ky., and Mr. H. Z. Duke and Dr. J. B. Gambrell, of Texas, who will represent other Persons Who Are Behind Baptist interests, we have no sense of failure in reaching this high standard. In addition to the above at traction, we have secured Mr. and Mrs. Scholfield, the Gospel Singers, so well known in the South, to lead the music. One Year on our Subscription Books Will have to Come off, Under A woman always adapts her At this time rates will be obage to her clothes, not her clothes tained at the hotels and also on to her age. the Rail Roads, making the op Every married woman knows portunity a splendid one to enthat she could run the house on joy the healing waters of Dawwhat her husband spends on son Springs and the many adfoolishness when he is idown vantages of the Assembly. Certown. tainly every Baptist Pastor and Advertising always pays un- Superintendent in West KenLove may not be a disease.but less you want the world to know tucky should .attend and bring it frequently show3 a rash naOdd Superstitions. If a man is truly great he lives that you have been eating gar- large delegations of their people. ture. Every phase of denominational to forget about it. lic. Old fashioned folks in this Unless a man possesses work will be discussed. Marriage is responsible for the Any old time the other fellow country have many curious sua he is little better than From this Assembly we are loss of many a vacation. gets all the Luck, you can bet perstitions, but it takes the peo- slave. sure that great good will come The less a woman means it the that he earns it. ple of the Old World to find the Most of the golden opportunito all organizations represented. louder she can laugh. , queerest things to be supersti- ties offered you will not stand Some lodge members attend Brethren, decide at once to come Many a man wakes up and tious about. In rural Germany the acid test. they use and make your plans accordingso many funerals that finds himself infamous. one still meets with a superstily. The following hotels have It's hard to convince a man the Undertakers Tread when Why blame a doctor for thinktion that he who eats during a that he ought to work when he they are walking on the street. been kind enough to entertain ing ill of his patients? thunderstorm will be struck by doesn't have to. our speakers and to give special The girl who Marries For A lightening. Abstaining from Handsome isn't always a s rates. Many a man would gladly take Home never gets to go out of it food during an eclipse is common handsome as he thinks he is. the bull by the horns if the bull more than three or four times a NAMES OF HOTELS AND RATES. among savages; also a belief that would stand for it. Hamby House $1 a day, Dixon The last person a man usually year. m eating the flesh of any animal House $1 a day, Phillips House learns to know is himself. We may discover a fault in a A young girl can go without pne absorbs that animal's charac$1 a day, Hendrix House $1 a friend in ten seconds that we A man thinks brains do not corsets and look charmingly un- day, Mrs. B. T. Indian tribe teristics. Thus an Davis $1 a day, count if he hasn't many. probably couldn't discover in conventional. But when a corn-fe- d Glenn House prizes tiger's flesh as food highly $1 a day, Summit ourselves in ten years. People can enjoy living close tries it she looks sloppy. forbids women to - for men, but House $1 a day, Arcadia Hotel to nature if they don't have to. make, them too ag Coughs and Colds Weaken the Syseat it lest it $1.50 a day and New Century tem. A well trained conscience will the Congo, women gressive. In Coughs, Colds and BronIf you can't do what you Jike, Hotel $2.50 a day? Continued stretch as long as the fun lasts. are forbidden to eat birds of chial troubles are depressing and weak- suppose you try liking what you For accommodations write diprey on the same principle, but en the system. Loss of vreighb and do and see what happens. Better b&up and doing before rect to the hotels. appetite generally follow. Get a 50c are encouraged to eat frogs, the other chap beats us to it. bottle of Dr. King's JN"ew Discovery to For general information write A man never realizes how helpwhich the men on no account day. It will stop your cough. The Many an orator makes his best to J. J. Gentry, general manager ever touch. In the Caroline Is- - first dose helps. The best medicine less he is until he is sent out to point when he cames to a stop. Coughs, Colds and all match a sample of dress goods. 205 East Chestnut St., Louislands, blackbirds are a favorite for Stubborn Throat and Lung Troubles. Mr. O. Ky. It's a poor rule that hangs fire with women; but men must H. Brown, Muscatine, Ala., writes: Education continues to make ville, dish whon its makes tries to apply it. Wise or Otherwise. not eat them, because if one did, "My wife was sick during the hot masterful strides. Kansas City's summer months and I honestly believe Happy is the man wko is too and afterwards climed a cocoa Dr. Eing's New Discovery saved ner high school has a hot air appa' Also tree, he would surely fall to the life." Good for children. 50o & $1. ratus where six girls Jean dry A:true friend will criticize your busy to make enemies. ' "Recommended by Paull Drug-Co; scarce. ground and be killed. '. ' faults. their' hair, at 'once. Take Plehty of Time to Eat. There is a saying that "rapid eating is slow suicide." If you have formed the habit of eating too rapidly you are most likely suffering from, indigestion or constipation, which will result eventually in serious illness unless corCondensed Wisdom. rected. Digestion begias in the mouth Eood should be thoroughly masticated and insalivated. Then when you have When respect departs love a fullness of the stomach or feel dull packs its grip and hikes. and stupid after eating, take one of Why owe any one a grudge Chamberlain's Tablets. Many severe cases of stomach trouble and constipawhen you can pay as we go? tion have been cured by the use of The silent watches of the night these tablets. They are easy to take and most agreeable in effect. Sold by those we forget to wind. Drug Co. Ad Paull months. Chamberlain's Colic, Chol-ei- a and Diarrhoea Remedy is worth woman when she discovers that many times its cost when needed, and jealous of, her. is almost certain to be needed before her husband is the summer is over. It has no superiA reformer is a person who enor for the purposes for which it is intended. Buy it now. For sale by joys hating people. Ad Paull Drug Co. the Law, if not Paid at once The Government Will Not carry Papers in thf. Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year People who live in glasshouses self-contr- ol should try raising early tables. The Race With Death. vege- i The population of the world is about 1,623,300,000. The average of all persons at death is 33 years. Total of 47,372,727 person die annually. Total of 908,516 persons die weekly. Total of 129,788 persons die daily. Total of 5,408 persons die hour-Nearly ninety persons die every minute. About 3 persons die every two seconds. r- This remarkable race of deaths would entirely depopulate New York, containing 4,796,833 perv r sons, in about five weeks. I would depopulate Chicago, with its 1,050,519 people in about eight days. Sixty persona died while- you ,; were reading this iten; " . i 'Ad - w. tarn- -- f , THEADAIR CqUNTY NEWS A Splendid is often that some one comes or goes that the reporter did not ;see. it Happens that the family is missed several times. They 3 ing the head and neck when Dennis came to the rescue. JVith a club he beat the snake from the big bird and to his surprise discovered a white door knob imbedded in the snake's stomach. The snake measured seven feet from head to tip of tail and showed much fight when Dennis attempted to release him from the turkey. Ex. wheaten bread, a stated portion is sent every morning to the rooms of the for use at breakfast and tea. under-graduates Lei Us Reason Togsfter 1 I Clubbing Bargain We Offer Was a Wise Old Saying to-da- y. and that is exacty what I want us to do I want. ecry FARMER who has Sheep, to investigate my work, and see if n is is not the place for you to bring or ship your WOOL to get the beat VALUE for ifc.2flbw if you don't want your Wool Manufactured, I will pay you the BEST HOME MARKET PRICE, for I need every pound of Wool I can get. I am trying to represent the old fashiond goods like our mothers used to make, in the manufacture of Blankets, Flannels, Lincy, Jeans, Yarnes, Etc. Let me hear from your Wool this season any way. Goods shipped cheap by mail anywhere. he Adair County News and get the impression that the edit- -- - The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year For Only $1.35 Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly Enquirer is It Is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning the world's events, and for that reason can siue yon all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable "market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscribing for thelabovo combination right now. Call or mail orders to The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. Farmers Woolen Mills, P. O. Jamestown, Ky. E. L. BEECE, Mgr. Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. K$eX &&&&$&& S BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels t neither useful nor ornamen You can have a guarantee of highest tal. quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but off, and is 1. Silver Seal Varnishes Paints Finishes, Stains and And they will cost you 25$ less than other high grade brands. Tell us your pamt needs today and we will send you our PAINT BOOK free. It gives prices and other valuable information. . .&r i -- t w sufficient number to cause the same result. Both injuries were exceptions to the general rule of damages to hulls, and argument Kentucky Paint M's Company, (Incorporated) 513 W. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. 0. G. HARDWiCS, Pre$. J. H. COCKF, V. Pres.J J R. B. DIETZMAN, Sec W. T.Pyne Mill & ESTABLISHED 1861 Supply Co. 1889 INCORPORATED i IKIIkliWIGHTS 1 01RCHH41STS DEALERS'IN ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. 1301 THIRTeeNTft-MftlN. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS LOUTSVILLe SMOKESTACKS Sheet iron and Tank WorK m JOBBINQWORK SOLICITED -- All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - The Adair County News One Dollar a Year. Ocean Safeguards. The sinking of the Empress of I keep on hands a full stock of Ireland in Collision with the coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Storstad in the mouth of the St. Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and Lawrence, was an ocean disaster two hearses. Prompt service night or day. Residence Phone 29. office which, measured by the loss of life, is second only to the loss of Phone 98. 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, the Titanic. Like the Titanic the Columbia, Ky. Ad, Empress of Ireland was provided with every safeguard which in vective genius has devised. Both vessels, however, were in such manner as to render safeguards of no avail. f BOURBON POULTRY CURE This fact has been regarded by down a chick's throat cures indicating that capes. A few drops In th the public as drinking water cures and prevents cholera, diarrhoea Gcean safeguards generally are other chick f andpottle makesdiseases. One. of fc 12 gallons of little or no value, a conclusion medicine A all drucpists. Sample and booklet on "Dis eases jjowis" Bent FREE. iiSS? Bourbonoi Remedy Co. Lohetos, Xj. contrary to fact. from exceptions to the general rule is always faulty. The lifeboat equipment of the Empress of Ireland was fully in accordance with legal requirements, Had the vessel remained upright every boat on her decks could have been used; but the vessel listed, that is, turned over on her side, putting half the life boat equipment out of commission and rendering the launching of the other half a most difficult and hazardous undertaking. The life saving equipment of the Titanic would have been more effective had not the bow of the steamship in sinking carried a large part of it under water. These conditions must be taken into consideration in reaching conclusions regarding the use of life boats and rafts. Both disasters were extraordinary in many ways. The exceptional nature ought to be given full weight. They ought to be contrasted, and not compared with ordinary accidents. The fact of the matter is, ordinary accidents nowadays, receive little or no attention because of the efficiency of ocean safeguards. Since the beginning of this year more than two score steamships have been saved by the safeg guards and appliances with which they have been life-savin- or does not care to mention them. This is a mistake. In most country towns the local work is the hardest work connected with a newspaper. A man may be a good editorial writer, but a flat failure in the local work, and vice versa. Editorial material is obtained by study, by reading newspapers, sometimes by using scissors. Personal and local happenings can't be read and clipped from newspapers, not by a jug full. It takes physical exertion as well as mental to get out four or six columns of local news in a town of this size. Most people take a local paper to get the local happenings. Don't be afraid to tell the editor or reporter that you have friends visiting you. There are lots of people who are interested in your friends. You owe it as a duty to them to let your friends know of their doings. Perhaps you think the paper shows partiality, but just see if the paper doesn't treat you right if you give it a chance. Stone Clothing. Entire suits are made from a fibre of a filamentous stone a stone that can be stripped into a floss-lik- J To Unmarried Men. Candidates for matrimony after June 15 will be required to give much more data relative to themselves and their parentage than has heretofore been requir ed by the officers in issuing a li cense tor marriage, uounty Court Clerk Bryant lias received a sample sheet of the new book which he will be required to keep and in which will be embraced a complete history of the contracting parties, and a bit of their ancestry. Besides the parentage of applicants for license, the physical condition must be stated, and the occupation which the husband follows. The age of each of the applicants must be stated, as well as where they were born, and where they are residing at the time of application. The new requiaements are in conformity with a bill which was passed at the recent session of the legislature. As has always been required, the groom will be required to execute a bond for substance, like asbestos. The cloth is woven from Get After Summer Pests. these shredded filaments of stone and dyed various colors. It wears Let us bear in mind that one like iron, and when it is dirty of the prime objects of a spring the suit is tossed into the fire, cleanup is to eliminate the fly not to be destroyed, but to be and the mosquito. When we are cleaned. An Austrian has succeeded in exercising our rriuscles and our ingenuity ridding our dwellings making cloth of spun glass that and neighborhoods of dust and has the sheen and the pliability filth, it will be worth our while of silk. A great deal has been to give these twin winged pests written about the lost art of making glass pliable. This inventor sersous attention. The first spring fly, of course, claims to have done this, and a came some time ago, though she member of royalty in Austria has is still pleasantly modest and re- worn a purple dress made entiring. It is not reassuring, tirely of the spun glass. Paper "cloth" is not new. We however, to reflect that the little insect is keeping carefully have long worn paper vests and out of our sight and the reach of such garments, and during the e war the Jap solour swatters while she lays a few myriads of eggs, which present- diers wore paper clothing. An English manufacturer has ly will hatch out a whole flying taken old ropes and cordage and regiment of nuisances and by a secret method woven it inThe shy and unobtrusive mos- to a most durable and not unatquito is making the best use of tractive cloth or fabric. A large rope-clother time for the same purpose. trade for this When the open season on human has grown up, especially in the beings arrives she hopes to have British colonies. Woolen clotha whole army corps of her prog- ing made from stones instead of sheep's covering is being manueny to lead to the attack. factured extensively, and the reNow is the time to get busy if markable thing about this miner-wowe want to preserve ourselves is that it comes from limefrom the pests a few months stone. One would think Ithat at hence. The swatter and the ker- least a fibrous stone would be osene can are fully as important needed, while limestone is of a household implements at this granular nature. But the limepowdered and mixed season as the broom and the stone is with chemicals, the secret of the scrubbing brush. inventor, and thrown into a great furnace when the limestone is Butter by the Yard. blown out of the furnace into e Russo-Japanesdisease-carriers. so-called .1 h ol fluffy wool. Costly Target Practice. equipped. Grit. t ysaniip ONE fiOP Cures Stubborn, Itchy Skin Troubles scratch myself to pieces" is often heard from sufferers of Eczema, Tetter, Itch and similar Skin Eruptions. Don't Scratch Stop the Itching T2t once with Dr. Hobson's 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 nsing Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment The Empress of Ireland was writes: "This is the first time in nine years I have been free from the dreadtorn from midships to stern be- ful ailment." Guaranteed. 60c Recommended by Paull Drug Co. A de-stroy- "I could ed low the water line. Onicklr relleri TlhAnmaHnra.'SoreMtig- fhtam nil. II..i1.iho .nn 'All naing. Your'mnnpv back if it fails to re- lieve anr ache tin any cart of the bodr in ' 1 This injury V.n..liitii.l. permitted a quantity of water in- ' uieea inmaira ume. j3.ll Druggists. jfrice sue. At Pit aampl and dreslar Main ae&t stantly to enter her hole' suffi- Give the Paper a Chance. ca reqwrt. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. ragiMiarciuir 342 Etst St, Lexington, Ky. cient to sink her. The forward We presume there never was a ulkhead compartments of the newspaper in any locality that itanic were destroyed in gave all the local happenings. It In Cambridge, England, butter is sold by the yard measure instead of by the pound. From time immemorial the dairymen of Cambridgeshire have rolled their butter into lengths, a length being a yard and wrighing one pound. Neatly wrapped in strips of clean white cloth, the cylindrical rolls of butter are packed in long.narrow baskets made for the purpose and so conveyed to $100 that he will carry out the market. agreements of the license as set follows, therefore, tnat the out in the certificates issued. It Cambridge butter dealers have Provision is made for the proper no need, as they preside over certification by the officer or their stalls, of weights or scales minister saying the ceremony, for determining the quantity of and the issuing by such officer their wares. Constant practice or minister of a certificate of and an experienced eye enable such marriage to the couple. them with a stroke oft the knife A Snake Story. to divide the butter into halves or quarters with almost mathe Robertson Advance says Oscar matical precision. Dennis, a tenant on the farm of This curiously shaped butter Grant Workman, while plowing finds its chief purchasers among a few days ago, discovered a the people of Cambridge univeryoung turkey, which his wife sity. It is claimed that the "yard had placed over a setting of butter" is eminently adapted for mortal combat with a the peculiar needs of the stueggs,-ilarge black Bnake. The snake dents fin the daily comments. had coiled itself around the tur- Cut into conveniently sized pieces key and was in theact of devour and accompanied by a 'loaf of n An official of the War department in speaking of our big guns says: "It is true he said, "that by inserting a small bore into a block fitted into the big gun, you can get drill practice, and even target practice to a degree, at small expense ;but i3 is, after all, a makeshift. But what are you to do? We are making larger guns than any nation in the world now. There is a gun at Sandy Hook, for instance, which is 60 feet long and weighs 16-inch 130 tons. To fire that gun costs at the very least $1,500 for the charge alone, ts say nothing of the wear on the gun. We assume that it can be fired 300 times before the lining is worn out; but it is doubtful if it would last that long. To build that gun cost about $150,-000. "Now, that gun has a range of about 30 miles and its projectile weight about a ton and a quarter, and 1,000 pounds of smokeless powder is used to drive it. If it ever hits a battleship-w- ell, there has never yet been anything that could withstand the shock. BuJ it must hit that's the point and to be sure of hitting gunners must have practice. I really think that, enormous as the cost is, it is truer economy to spend larger sums on target practice' "i:,v THST'ADAIR COUNTY "NEWS" THE". ADAIR COUHTK.HtWSrroU8l;,ou"h.e Fiblished Every Wednesday P THE - - Ato Count ( INOCJ-CRATE- News' Company. " HAS. S. HARRIS Editor. ln-r- United especially 111 muse regiuus wuwc the dairy industry has reached its greatest development. Silage is universally recognized as a good and cheap feed for farm stock, and particularly so for cattle and sheep, are the obser vations made in Farmers' Bulle- Democratic newspaper devoted to the .t of the City of Columbia and the people .3tlrand adjacent counties. fctered at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-offi- ce as sec-- d "WED. JUNE 17, 1914 ANNOUNCEMENT. Foe, Judge of Court of Appeals. We are authorized to announce BOLLEs HTJIIT a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, in the Third district, subject to the action of the Democratic voters, expressed at the August primary. of Columbia candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, addressed our citizens at the court house last Saturday, and there is no mistaking the fact that Mr. Hurt will carrylthis county by a very large majority. The audience was with Mr. - Hurt from the start and showed their enthusi-S3Rsfor him.by their generous cheering. Mr. Hurt's speech was convincing as to his' ability to fill the office to which he' aspires, andjneeds only to be repeated all over the Appellate District to insure his nomination In August by a large majority. Campbellsyille Times Journal. Hon. RollinDHurt, m The people of Adair and in all the counties in this part of the State are very much interested in Hon. Rollin Hurt's race for Judge of the Court of Appeals. They look to the local papers to tell them how the canvass is progressing. Mr. Hurt is out in the canvass and will be until the primary is over, and all we can tell at this time is, that no unfavorable news reaches Columbia. Hon. D. H. Smith, of Larue county, has filed his petition and 5b in the race for the short term ior United States Senator. Adair county feels very kind toward him. He will probably pay us a visit before the primary. He is an experienced legislator, having served several terms in Congress, an unflinching Democrat and a gentleman of ability. William Day, a former desperate man of Brethitt county, was lalled by a posse of men at Neon, ietcher county, last Thursday. eight Before nen, one of whom he killed. he fiell he shot The. Insurance muddle has been jsettledand the foreign compa- nies will again commence doing 'business inJKentucky. This will he very acceptable news to prop- erty holders. Adiai Stephenson, a former "Vice President of the United States, is slowly dying at Chicago, 111. He 'served, with Mr. Cleveland "during the latter's Srst term. Hon. A. E. Stephenson, President, died in Chicago, last Saturday, at the age of seventy-eight. His political career Ex-Vice covered many years and his was a spotless one. THE MAKING AND SILAGE. FEEDING rec-cr- d OF Silage during the last three has come into general use Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith's onStella and Daisy Keltner were at ly little child is dangerously sick Keltner one day this week. Miss Charity Delk and broth- with flux. Mr. Bill Hood, who was called er, Arthur, spent last Saturday night at Sparksville. from Illinois, to the bedside of E. P. Sexton and family visit- his brother, .started on his reed at G. D. Vance's last Sunday. turn trip last Tuesday. Mr. Hedge, of Indiana, our oil There was Quarterly meeting man, was through this section at Morris' Chapel the 13th. tin 578. Mr. C. W. Keltner was in the last Saturday, taking orders for Silage is the best and cheapest community one day last The Western Oil Co. which a succulent feed Pickett form in Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Webb, of canjbe provided for winter use, week. We are certainly glad to note Glenville, were visiting Mr.Bart- continues the bulletin. lette Hood's family, Saturday An acre of grain can be placed that Mr. Azro Hadley will teach and Sundays in the silo at a cost not exceed- our school at this place. Mr. Nickles, of Louisville, visMrs. J. H. Vire is at the beding that of shocking, husking grinding and shredding. Crops side of her daughter, Mrs. R. 0. ited Gaines Durmon, recently. Mr., Willie Wheat, our Raleigh can be put in the silo during Keltner, of Grady ville this week. weather that can not be used in Mr. W. S. Pickett and family man, was through this part of makingUhay or curing fodder, attended church at Picketts Chap the country last Monday. Mr. Sam Stedy, of Louisville, which isjan important consider- el last Sunday. ation in some localities. Mr. Rollin Keltner, of Keltner, was through this country last A given amount of corn in the attended conference at Columbia week, with a nice line of dry goods. form of silage will produce more last week. milk than the same amount when Mr. J. P. Todd and wife, of The decoration at Morris' Chapshocked and dried. There is less el was largely attended. Romine, Taylor county, was viswaste injfeeding silage than in Mrs. Squire Kemp, who has iting George'Todd a few days feeding fodder. Good . silage been sick for some time, is im- ago. properly fed is all consumed, and Mr. Owen Wilson and sister, proving at this writing. in addition very palatable. Like Miss Ray, were visiting Mr. Tayother succulent feeds it has a Rugby. lor Young's family at Ozark, beneficial effect upon the dilast Saturday and Sunday. gestive organs, and some stock There was a large crowd at The Cane Valley brass band can be kept on a given area of Children's Day at Breeding last met at Mr. Bingham Moore's land when it is the basis of the Sunday. The children did some last Sunday evening, and renration. nice marching and recited some dered some fine music. They On account of the smaller cost beautiful pieces. Though it is are certainly coming to the front. for labor, silage can be used for hard times there was lots of dinMr. James Suddarth was in supplementing pastures more ner. Milltown, last Monday, on Buseconomically than can soiling Rev. Capshaw, of Wedster Co., iness. crops, unless only a small amount formerly of L. W. T. S., passed Misses Nina, Bessie and Helen of supplementary feed is re- through here last Monday, Smith were visiting at Columbia, quired. Converting the corn Burkesville, to assist Saturday night. for crop into silage clears the land in a meeting there. He is a Messrs. Eldrige and Roger sooner than if the corn crop is Methodist and a Y. M. C. A. Page delivered some nice hogs in shocked and husked, and be- worker. Greensburg, last week, at 7c cause of these advantages siEducational Board of Di- per pound. The lage, in the general opinion of vision No. 2 met at Antioch last Mr. Gaines Durmon will leave dairy farmers, has increased Saturday and elected the followfor Louisville the 15th of June. milk production per cow and has ing teachers here: Evin Roberts, Miss Sallie Todd who has been increased the profits per acre. Firquin; F. A. Strange, Big visiting relatives here, left for Creek; your scribe, Rowetown; Pyrus. home at Romine, Taylor Bryce Walker, Independence her county, Thursday on the 10 Strange, Greenbriar; CarThe recent rain ,was greatly Darrel o'clock. rie Vaughn, Antioch; Nannie enjoyed by our people. Mr. A. B. Cox sold one stack Rowe, Keith's Chapel; and Miss good The wheat crops are sure of Hay to Hancock Bros., fo $25. Barton, Wilson. in our community. Will soon be Mr. Chat Dohoney and wife, West Sparks went to Crocus ready for harvesting. last week after some corn. He of Milltown, were visiting Mrs. Mrs. Furkins, of Metcalfe Co., reports plenty of corn at $1.00 S. E. Squires, last week. W. is visiting her daughter, Mr3. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cofer of per bushel. S. Pickett this week. We had the one horse peddler Cane Valley, were visiting Mr. J. A. Vire returned from the Willis Hutchison last Sunday. with us last week. L. W. T. S., last week, after What has become of Mr. LuMiss Alta Thompson returned spending the week of conference. home last Wednesday from a vis- ther Wilmore of Missouri ? Come C. W. Keltner and son, Dem-moon with your letters and tell us it at Price's Creek. Coattended conference at about your crops and how every Wheat harvest is here. There lumbia one day last week. Kentucky fellow is progressing, is the finest wheat crop here we Aunt Martha Parnell, who is also Sawney Browning. have had for years. very old and has been in feeble Our school will open the 6th Last Tuesday, Mr. Robert Gibhealth for some time, is able to of July, with Miss Rose Hunn as v. son died. He had been in f be out again. is school health for some time. That teacher. This the 3rd Miss Daisy Keltner, of Grady-villmorning he went to work but Miss Rose has taught for us. We is spending this week with hope we can get her every year. soon got to feeling bad went to her cousin, Miss Stella Keltner. Our trustees made no mistake in the house and got on the bed and employing the best teacher in We are glad to note that the lived only a few minutes. He is Sunday School at our school Kentucky. survived byhis wife and several Southern house is progressing nicely, fine Mrs. Frances Bennett, who children. The writer extends to singing and good attendance. went to Louisville, in April, was them his sympathy. brought back to Adair and burRev. Roy Hadley, of Inroad, Russell Creek. spent last Thursday night with ied in the family grave yard Pulmonary three weeks ago. J. A. Vire. Farmers are very busy har- trouble caused her death. Carl Nelson, of Greensburg, There will be plenty of snap was visiting relatives in this com- vesting wheat in this part of the country, which, they say, is the beans in this part of the counmunity last week. crop grown for several years. try in another week. Mr. W. H. Burris, our produce best man. makes his regular trips to We had a nice little rain FriT Crocus. day evening, which was needed Pyrus every Monday. , very badly and revived the garMr. Guy Furkins and wife We have never seen a better spent last Saturday night a t dens prospect for a good corn and Mr. George Hood, who had Weed. crop than we have in this double pneumonia, is able to wheat Clarence Rodgers and wife d now. walk, around some. We are cer- section just at Pickett Sunday. tainly glad to see him improving The schools in this section will Mr. Zidner Willis, merchant be taught by the following teachso fast. at Keltner, was in our communiLiberty, Miss Flora Mr. H. T. Smith was danger- ers: New day last week. ty one week, but is bet- Powell, principal and Miss Eliza ously sick-lasRev. J. A. Vire and Misses Strange, assistant; Coffey dis writing. a en-rou- ,' Beef and Milk STOCK A-ple-nty Cattle are kept for two purposes: for beef production and for milk production. To do either fight they must be healthy. There is nothing better to keep them in continued good health, or to make them well quickly when sick, than a few doses of Rap Tpp JOCC.LJCC MEDICINE Stirs op the liver Drives disease poisons away. Any time any of my cattle set anything wrong with them I give them a few doses of B e e D e e STOCK MEDICINE. They soon get well. John S. Carroll. Moorhead, Miss. 25c, 50c and J " SI. per can. " P.B.2J M. trict, Findley Collins; Barger services of so splendid a young Ridge, ; Simpson district, J. . man and teacher as we know Mr. Glensfork, John A. Aaron to be. Jones; Blankenship, Miss Lou Jamestown. Miller. Miss Carrie Vaughan will teach at Antioch, near Sparksville and George Aaron The Jailer and County "Attorat Breeding. Miss Nell Miller ney are very busy carpeting the will teach at Marrowbone court-housThey are making Rev. Firquin, Presbyterian, of ready for court. East Fork, has been employed by Mr. Vernon Holt got married the membership of Mt. Zion some time ago while he was at church to preach for them the Stanford. He tried to keep it a insuing year. Persons who en- secret, but the boys found it out joy interesting sermons would and went after him. He gave do well to hear Rev. Firquin. them a treat and they all had a. His appointment is on the second good time together. Sunday in each month. We are again in need of rain. During the thunder storm on Hon. Lilburn Phelps, Mr. Jas7 the 1st, a mule belonging to Meadows and Mr. Stone are Aaron was struck and killed busy taking depositions in differby lightning. Mr. Aaron was ent cases getting ready for standing in his door and saw the court. mule fall. At the same instant Quite a crowd was in town last he started to where the mule was lying and reached the yard Saturday as it was the day to gate just as a second bolt of locate the teachers of the differlightning struck the telephone ent divisions. wire which was unhooked from Some of the unfortunate that his house and lyincr across the found work in other parts last wire front yard fence. He was year are happily located for this knocked down by the shock and year here. Some are still withso severly shaken up that he has out work as there are not enough schools to go around. I hope not fully recoved. Vander Collins, late of this they will all find work somecommunity, but now secretary where pleasant and profitable. and treasurer of the McAllister Mr. Walter McKinney, of this loose leaf school record, publish- place, was in your town last Sating concern, of Lawrence, Kan- urday and Sunday. sas, has recently presented the Presiding Elder, Hogard, of Sunday School at this place with Columbia, gave us a sermon last the most valuable, handsome and Sunday night. complete set of Sudday School Quarterly Meeting in Horserecord books we have ever seen. Our sunday School greatfully ac- shoe Bottom last Saturday and knowledges this splendid present Sunday. and extends a hearty wish for a Mrs. Faulkenburg is' on the continuance of the excellent sick list this week. business career that our young The wheat crop is very fine neighbor and friend is making here this year. in his new western home. We will have some apples and Velmer Aaron, who is one of a few peaches and blackberries. the best young men this community affords, has returned from Shake off Your Rheumatism. Bowling Green where he has been attending school for several Now is the time to get rid of your twenty-fiv- e cent months. We understand that h,e rheumatism. Try a sottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and will teach at McGaha, this coundee how quickly your rheumatic pains ty. That district is to be con- bisappear. Sold by Paull Drug Co. gratulated upon obtaining the Ad V. Dudley; e. El-roon te i )s n, ee-b- fe e, B ifi li nift .a -- " If you deal in values, you'll appreciate theFord. Ifs simplicity its econemy and its dependability give it a value that cannot be measured by its price. The Ford is the .one car that has "made good" in world-wid- e service. , vis-ice- Eive hundred dollars is thejprice of the Ford the touring car is five fifty; the Detroit complete town car seven fil with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from The Buchanan Lyon Co., Incorporated, Campbellsville, Ky. agents for Taylor, Green andAdair counties. run-about; ty-f.o.- b. C t ter at this K THE-ADAI- R. COOtfTYNEWS dition of blue grass is given at 96-pe- r cent.' the-conditio- Ira Hi WJme &?bsoui2y BAKim (pure Home-Bakin- Makes g Successful and Easy Miss Minnie Kemp and Mr. Edgar Reed left Monday morning for Louisville at which place they will join a party of young people of Elizabeth-tow- n Personals. Mrs. John Lee Walker is visiting in I Burkesville. Miss Mary Chandler Tefb Tuesday to visit friends at Whitewood, Horse, Cave and Russellville. Mrs. J. 0. Russell is. visiting rel- atives and friends at Nell. Mr. Ralph Hurt and Miss Cary are attending a conservatory of music at Harriman, Tenn. Mrs. T. R. Stults was taken quite Ros-enfield and other points in the State, who will visit Niagara Falls, Toronto, Canada and some other interesting places. They will besabsent about eight days. ill last Tuesday, but is better at writing. Mr. Paschal Willis, of Joppa, who has been out West for some time, returned home the first of last week. Mr. W. P. Nunnally made his regular trip to Columbia last week. Mr. G. R. Holt and Mr. J. A. Phil-pot- t, Campbellsville were here a few days ago. Mr. W. H. Wilson was quite sick several days of last week. Messrs. Attis McFarland and Silas Kean, of Jamestown, were here last Wednesday, enroute to Campbellsville. Mr. W. G. Barrett, a traveling man of many years experience, was here last Thursday. Mr. W. D. King was in Columbia a few days ago, spending most of last week visiting merchants in the county. Mr. W. S. Knight came down from Jamestown Wednesday afternoon, to meet his daughter, Miss Alva, who was on her return home from a visit to the Misses Crockett. Nashville, Tenn. was taken quite ill last Wednesday, on a return trip from the western portion of the county. When in two miles of town he had to secure assistance to convey him home. He is now better. Mrs. R. A. Myers and her son, Reb-er- Miss Esther Nell, of Millersburg, who is a skilled violinist, who has been visiting here for the past ten days, TOO DRY FOR TOBACCO. left Monday morning for Crab Orchard, "Tobacco beds have suffered in where she will play in an orchestra during the watering season. She is a measure from the drouth. an excellent young lady, and her play- Lack of moisture has prevented this ing ranks with that of the best musi- "The corn acreage is given at iff 96 per cent., while is stated at 87 per cent. The drouth to a certain extent has affected both the planting of the corn and the condition of that planted. The damage to corn, however, is probably not very great, as the rains that have fal len since the first of June will remedy much of the trouble indicated by the reports. Oats, however, with an acreage of 89 per cent., has suffered materially in condition, the latter dropping to 74 per cent. A rain would help the oats crop some, but this can not possibly be a heavy crop ' this year. n Pre-lnvento- ry Sale 4 EGINNING Monday morning June 15, and ending Saturday night June 20, we will give to Cash buyers 10 discount on all purchases. Our goods are marked in plain figures, and prices 4 4 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. This reduction applies to every article of in the store. You will miss bargains if you do not take advantage of this sale. mer-chandi- se cians. Mr. Herbert Smith, who is employed by a coal company in Eastern Kentucky, was in a wreck a few days ago and got considerably hurt. He was in a car, with members of his company, enroute from hislplace of business to the hotel. The car ran into another car and there was a smash. Herbert received several wounds, but he is now himself feeling all right. WHEAT IN STATE GOOD. Commissioner Newman Takes timistic View in Latest Crop Report. DROUTH HURTS Op- THE TOBACCO. Frankfort, Ky,, June 11. Optimism that refuses to concede anything to drouth or cutworms gives character to the May crop report, issued yesterday by Commissioner of Agriculture J. W. Newman. Commencing with wheat, he says a crop of splendid quality is assured, and while the drouth has affected the corn and tobacco, their condition is not beyond repair. Seasonable weather, he assures the farmer, cap yet make them a prosperous year. The report follows: "The month of May was an unusually dry one in Kentucky. The crop reports coming to 'this office as of June show that there was practically no rainfall in Kentucky from May 8 to June 1. Almost every report speaks of the drouth, but the damage up to June 1 has not been serious. Since that time copious rains have fallen in many portions of the State. The best rains have occurred in the central and Eastern sections of the State and showers over limited areas have occurred in the Western 1 jir, Ernest Harris t Page, returned to their home, Monticello, the middle of last week. Mrs. Geo. H. Nell and her three daughters, Misses Creel, Cathrine, and Allene. spent last week at Grady-villMrs. Ray Montgomery is spending e. a month with her mother and other relatives near Bowling Green. Mr. G. R. Reed spent most of last week in Russell county. Mr. James nolladay and his sister, Miss Lois, have returned from Georgetown College. Miss Zella Pelley, who has been attending school at Bowling Green, returned home last Friday afternoon. Mr. P. S. Miller, Jamestown, was here Saturday. . Hon. J. F. Montgomery was confin ed to his room several days of last week. Is better now. Miss Madge Rpsenfield left this (Wednesday) morning on ?.n extended visit to Elizabethtown and Louisville. Mrs. Hattie Paxton, of Purie City, Mo., is visiting relatives in Columbia, stopping at the home of Judge V. W. Jones. Mr. H. B. Ingram was taken quite ill Saturday afternoon, but Sunday morning he was decidedly better. Mr. Coy E. Dudgeon and family, Lebanon, visited at the home of Mr. sections. WHEAT AND BLUEGRASS. Henry Hurt from last Friday until Sunday afternoon. Mrs. L. C. nindman, who has been in delicate health for some time, is dangerously ill. Mr. Paul Hughes reached home, from Centef'College, Danville, Saturday night. Mr.. Charles Herriford was in Lexington last week. Mr. L. W. Bennett returned from Louisville Saturday night. Miss Leonora Lowe returned from Black Mountain, N. C, Saturday, where she has been attending a Y. W. C. A. Conference as a delegate from the Kentucky College for women, Danville. Mr Cosby McBeath, of Montisello, arrived last week and met his wife and children, who have been visiting here for several weeks. Monday morning of this week' the family left for Boyle county, to visit Mr. McBeath's parents. From thatpoint they will xeturfa.home.- "Wheat cutting has begun in the Southern portion of the State, and the indications are that we g crop will have a in Kentucky. Condition is given at 96 per cent., at the beginning of the harvest, and it is now too late for weather conditions to prepent the maturing of a large yield of wheat of splendid quality. The crop has but one danger to run now, and that is an excessive rain fall while in shock. Rye has held its own and the condition is given at 93 per cent. This crop is practically made., Another crop that is made and ready for harvest is the blue-grarecord-breakin- ss seed crop, which will be largend of good quality. ' Con the transplanting of plants at the proper time, and there are complaints of the plants getting too large for transplanting. This damage, however, cannot be considered as very serious. Condition of Burley tobacco is given at 86 per cent and tnat of dark towmammmmmmaammmmmmmmm bacco at 81 per cent. Cutworms Good paint guarantees your house against are doing, considerable damage to both corn and tobacco. decay, just as good insurance guarantees "Alfalfa and orchard grass are you against loss by fire. "Any old" paint both given at 86 per cent., and is no more safe than "any old" insurance have not suffered as much from You want sound insurance and the drouth as young clover and timothy, which show a condition of 78 per cent. Potatoes have suffered materially, dropping to If you know about paint, look at the a condition of 74 per cent. Garden conditions are given at 80 formula on every can of Green Seal. It per cent.. The prospects for a is the perfect formula for a smooth, large fruit crop remain good, but elastic, durable paint. the strawberry crop was cut to about 60 per cent., of a crop as FOR SALE BY the result of the dry conditions at maturity. Indications are for Store, bea large blackberry crop, this H ing given at 96 per cent., grapes at 87, apples 78, peaches 84, claim this honor for Cabeca de basin, about 1,500,000 square pears 72, and plums 78 per cent. Vaca, who landed on Public the Florida miles, was acquired by France Notice LIVE STOCK DOING WELL. coast in 1528. and tried to find under the name of Louisiana. General Blacksmithing "All livestock is in good con- gold, which search brought he Hence to these men belongs the Buggy. Carriage and Wagon Repairing: ncatlj dition comparatively speaking and his men finally across Red done. AH kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Special tribute of making Oklahoma a attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right ancS with lambs beginning to show river, into this territory. But satisfaction Guaranteed. part of the French Empire. In the effect of short pastures. this is generally denied, and to Shop on Depot St near L. & N. Depot. 1723, New Orleans became the PHONE NO. 75 Condition of horses is given at Coronado, who in 1541, about capital of the Louisiana colony JEFF PARSON, 95 per cent., cattle 94; hogs 91, the time De Soto was finding the in America, which embraced the Campbellsville, Ity. and sheep and lambs at 90. Mississippi, led his band across greater part of what is now Young turkeys have suffered the Pecos river, over the staked from the heat, and their condi- plains through the Texas Pan In the Frence and Indian war RAISE PIGEONS tion is given at 82 per cent., handles into western Oklahoma, beginning in 1754, North AmerThey Pay Dollars while ducks at 90 and chickens at 95. belongs the glory of first seeing Chickens pay cents ica was lost to the French. When The young, 20 to 23 days old. sell for 40 to "The hay crop has been cut this land, Quebec fell into English hands cents each (according to the season). The citymarket3 are always clamoring for them. down some by lack of moisture. These Spaniards were aston- in 1758, it was the sign that this Each pair of Pieon will rals- 18 r22 youna year. "Taken as a whole the wheat, ished at the valleys and prairies, They expenses. $5.00 continent was to be English. a yearwill clear you. above allthe entire year. per pair. Thev breed hay and bluegrass seed crops are and especially at the countless Twenty minutes daily will care for 10O pairs. France hoped to saye Louisiana Always penned up our of the way assured, while the corn and to- herds of buffalo. Many expediVery from England's power, so she All this is .small space required month's fully explained in thi? bacco crops are not injured to an tions of like kind, for gold and gave this vast area to Spain in issue of our Jonrnal; send for it; price It) cts. irrapairable extent. Seasonable ambition, touched Oklahoma, Reliable Squab Journal, Versailles Mo. 1763, by secret treaty. year but they were unimportant. weather can yet make this Thus the territory of Oklahoa prosperous one to the farmers Englishmen were at last the ma recognized the Spanish flag Thomas Jefferson, had been mak-- v 'j in Kentucky. owners of North America, and for thirty-seve- n years or until ing overtures to France, with it is interesting to note that in Spain by treaty gave back Louis- reference to the purchase of Oklahoma History. 1662, Great Britian made a grant iana to the French Louisiana and the mouth of the in 1801. of land to a Carolina colony, in On the 30th of. The thirteen colonies, in those Mississippi. Dissatisf actionals the cause of Atcluding all lands from the thirty-seve- n years, had fought April, 1803, a treaty was made ' all progress. Columbus was dislantic to the Pacific, lying be- for independence from Great between the United States and satisfied with the views of his tween parallels 30 degrees and Britian and had won. They France, whereby the territory of day and set out to right them. 36 degrees and'30 minutes north had grown, by the yesr 1801, Louisiana was ceded to the He found a new world to offer latitude. Thus was the state of from thirteen states to sixteen, United States. xThe price paid Europe. Spain became aroused Oklahoma given away to Lord and were eagerly seeking to ac- Napoleon for this territory, havand along with Clarendon and the Carolinas,and quire the vast country to the ing an area of 1,166,577 square Spaniards, came the zealous yet its existence was to remain West, lying about and including miles, was fifteen million dollars, Frenchman, the thrifty Dutch, unknown to the English for more the great commercial stream, and an obligation to meet a fury Englishman and the than a hundred years thereafter. the Mississippi. Napoleon Bon- ther debt of three million seven Thus was set in motion that The names of Marquette, Jo-li- aparte, First Consul of France, hundred and fifty thousand dolbrought exwave which at last and La Salle are unknown realizing England's supremacy plorers and settlers in contact to most Americans. They were upon the sea, and that Louisiana lars. Thus Oklahoma, after a perwith the Indians of Oklahoma, Jesuit priests, bent upon con- territory would at last fall into iod of three hundred years of and finally made the land what verting the Indians to Christian England's 'hands, resolved to obscurity and neglect, was at place it in possession of Engit is. faith. From 1673 to 1687, these land's future rival, the United last in the grip of th e aspiring, Francisco Vasquez de Corona- - men traveled over the Mississip energetic and conquering young States. do was the first white man to The minister of the United nation, the United States of pi valley, preaching, trading and bring an exploring party into . sefctillg up French posts and col States to France, Robert R. Liv- - America, Some h i b torians oriies, until all the Mississippi I ingston,backed by the President, Oklahoma. J. P. . Russell & Co. Q"9Q"6"fr&"6"9iQ4B"9 &"fi8$8".$& Hanna's Green Seal Paint Jeffries Hardware kImP. to the CO -- . gold-seeki- ng land-hungr- et THEiADAIRf.COUNXYNEWS' fdDEt?TfiEt?. BAPTIST SUMMER ASSEMBLY. Still on Pension List. Every time the Federal Commissioner of Pensions makes his annual report, says the New York Sun, wonder is expressed at the number of surviving beneficiaries of wars of long ago. For instance, the last report of the commissioner shows that there were still living 199 widows of men who fought in the War of Georgetown, Ky.f July 6-1- 0, 1914. The Baptist Summer Assembly will be held Ky., from July 6th to July 10th inclusive. Mr. George M, Newel, Local Chairman, Georgetown, 2ieep constantly on hands a nice line frtCtttetsand Coffiins, and Men and Ky., assures us that ample acJLadies Robes, also a nice Hurse. commodations will be provided over Cumberland Grocers Co., for all who wish to attend. He XfchaHibia, Ky; Phone 52 A, desires all those who are going J. B. Jones. to the Assembly to write at once 1812. to him for reservation. First At first thought it seems hardly Daily come, first! served. Please do creditable that the Government not delay writing him. should be paying pensions to peoWe have arranged an excellent ple as the result of service done program. The speakess are the country in a conflict that among theibest we have in the took place more than 100 years Year Southland. They are Field Sec- ago. Nevertheless, the records retary, Arthur Flake, of the B. are authentic. Sunday Y. P. U. work, east of the MissCompilers of vital statistics issippi, Field Secretary, L. P. have worked on the 199 widows Leavell, of the Baptist Sunday of 1812 veterans problem, and Sunday School Board, Dr. C. B. they point out that the number Williams, of the Southwestern of them need not strain credulity Year Baptist Theological Seminary, very much. To illustrate. Fort Worth, Texas, Dr. Lincoln There were young men of Hulley, president Stetson Unieighteen who participated in the l Best Natioual News versity, Leland, Fla., Dr.B. D. battles fought in 1812 on sea and State News Gray, Cor. Secy., Baptist Home on land. If they lived to the hale 6t Mission Board, Atlanta, Ga., Dr. old Local News age of eighty-fiv- e it would be F. D. Perkins, Cor. Secy., Ken- nothing uncommon, especially Market Reports s tucky Baptist Educational Somen of that for ForeignNews ciety, Louisville, Ky., Dr. T. M. period. Now, suppose the year (( PoIiticaiJNews Hawes, of thelSouthern Baptist before their death the octogenait of Everything TheologicallSeminary, Louisville, rians married young girls of Ky., Dr. C. M. Thompson, pas ( for Everybody eighteen or twenty pears, which, tor First Baptist Church, oy tne way many or tnem naa a Ky. Among others on Are you interested in what is penchant for doing. These widthe program are Miss Margaret taking place day byjjday all over ows would now not be over sixty. A. Frost, Elementary Specialists the world ? If you are you NEED From this it may readily be Nashville, Tenn., Miss Kathleen THE COURIER-JOURNAconjectured that Uncle Sam have Mallory, Cor. Secy., W. M. U. If there is anji agent in your on his pension payroll widows of auxiliary to the Southern Baptown giye him?a trial order one the fighters of 1812 up to the tist Convention. month Daily50'cents, with Sun-Sa- y year of 1933, and even then the We are putting special stress 75 cents. widows will not have attained an on the music this year. Mr. and Ifther3 is no agent in your Mrs. J. Fred Scholfield will have unduly old age. Thus the Govtown give order to the paper in charge of same. Mr. Scholfield ernment would be paying pensions connected with a war that which this advertisement ap- will use "Immanuel's Praise" pears (you may get a special club- and desires that we have a large occurred nearly a century and a bing rate,) or send the order di- chorus choir to assist him. There quarter before. The pension reports show that are several other interesting rect to the Courier-Journa- l. features, namely "The Sunset there are still on the list 1,066" WEEKLY COUIER-JOUR-UHour, '"Pastors Conference and beneficiaries of the Indian wars has been discontinued, a Musical I Entertainment, B. Y. iut FARM AND FAMILY, a P. U. Convention on Thursday, and 1,142 of the Mexican War of 1845. Men who actually most excellent illustrated monthly July 9th. fought in the latter conflict still magazine, is a worthy successor. For any further in this regard survive. The youngest of them :The price is only 2ofcents a year. write to J. J. Gentry, 205 E. are about eighty-si- x years of age. Ask for a samplejcopy. Chestnut, Louisville, Ky. There are S20,200 Civil War Lo-tafttk- m Bowels are Basis of Child Health The careful mother, who watches losely the physical peculiarities of her miurcu, win soon discover that the lost Important thing in connection with . child's constant good health is to keep he bowels regularly open. Sluggish jowels will be followed by loss of appetite, restlessness during sleep, irritability and a dozen and one similar evidences of physical disorder. At the first sign of such disorder give the child a teaspoonful of Dr. Caldwell's Svrup Pepsin at night on retiring and repeat the dose the following night if necessary more than that will scarcely be needed. You will find that the child will recoverits accustomed good spirits at once and will eat and sleep normally. This remedy is a vast improvement over salts, cathartics, laxative waters and similar things, which are altogether contains superior tonic properties which help to tone and strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels so that after a brief use of it all laxatives can be dispensed with and nature will do its own work. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the way of a druggist at fifty cents regular 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.. on a postal card will do. too powerful for a child. The homes of Sirs. Carrie McDonald, 103G Trigg Ave., Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Sallie E. Griffith, Veechdale, .Ky., are always supplied with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Fepsin, and with them, as with thousands of others, there is no substitute for this grand laxative. It is really more than a laxative, for it PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but i was completely cured by very weak. DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 50c AND 111. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. ti C. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Courier Journal $6.00la We would be pleased to send the Daily State Journal until April last Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from for $1.25. If you want to keep in now until the first of April for 50 cents. in touch with the doings at FrankOr better stilJ we will furnish the fort while the Legislature is in session, you should have the State Journal. Adair County News, one year S-""- -" and the Special Attnetin to Eyes Birdseve view ot our Plant Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Hon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. lOCATION NEAR ED Courier Journal IUGHES' RE51BENCE. ON BURK5Y1LLE STREET. $2.00 a Joseph 9 Jamstown, H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Will practice m this and adjoining counties. -. Kentucky out-of-doo- rs G "Largest in Dixie" P. SMYTHE for W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated PIRE INSURANCE and REAL Hop-kinsvill- e, Louisville, Kentucky. J ESTATE Windows, JDoors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog EVERYTHING IN WHOLESALE J (i L. ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood Electric Bitters nm Bain in rav h stomach, head and writes H. g T. Alston, Raleigh, is". C. "ad my p liver and kidneys did not work right, $ but lour bottir-- i i.iectnc iiitte-- .. made me fee' ''ke a new man." suffertncr -- Made A New Man Of Him. jj "I was f Vcf 1 PRICE 50 CTS. -- j ALL DRLG STORES. . ,raKTKawKcwaar-- v and American Fence. OVER 65 YEARS EXPERIENCE AL Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 112-11- CO. 6 Eaat Malket Street Between firsijandBrook i,ouisviIe. Ky, Anyone seeding a sketch and description ma; quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable. Commnnlca. t ions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents tent free. Oldest agency tor securing patents. Patents taken tbronch Jlunn & Co. tecel7e ipecial notice, without charge, in the Designs Copyrights &c. Trade Marks Scientific American, cirhandsomely Illustrated weekly. culation ot any eclentlnc Journal. Terras. 3 a year : four months, 11. Sold by all newsdealer!). A Courier-Journ- al Company INCORPORATED Louisville, Ky. Evidence Phone-1- The Way They Treat Us. B BePhoc13' DR. J, N. MURRELL 'DENTISTi The following unique letter was received by the editor of a weekly paper. Mr. Editor: Sir, send me a few copies of your paper which contained the i K obituary and verses about the up Stairs. death of my child. You will pubColumbia, - Kentucky lish the enclosed clipping about my niece's marriage. You can also run as a news item, if it don,t cost anything, that I am going to have a few bull calves for sale in a few weeks. Send Land Owners Attention. me a few extra copies of this T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do week's issue. Then you can cut your Surveying correctly. my name off your mailing list. He has thirty-thre- e years Times are too hard to take a paexperience. Charges rea per or waste any money on it. sonable. Phone 74 or write As soon as I sell my tobacco this T. C. Faulkner, i- fall, I'll stop in and" pay the Columbia, Ky. three y ears due. Pffice, Front rooms mJeffries BTd'g pensioners of all kinds. It is estimated that 2,211,365 men were in the army and navy service of that period. So that after half a century the number of pensioners has only been des pleted This is because of the young widow again. The pension rolls show that only 462,379 of the actual fighters suryive. two-third- Great Bargain The Louisville Daily Herald And the MUNNCo.364Broadwa-NewYor- k Branch 03ce. C25 F SU Washinctoti. D. C I Are You a Woman? Take K Adair County News One Year Each oray ALL Survey in The last actual fighter in the War of 1812 died eight years ago. The surviving widows of that war outnumber him nearly 200 to one. The Spanish-America- n War pension list will take on the same phase without doubt in the The Woman's Tonic For S3.50 This offer will hold good for only a short time. If you want..tokeep posted in poli-tiand current events, subscribe now. Oomer bring, or send y our subscriptions to this :Q$ice. cs FOR SALE AT DSTS F4 future. For Safe. Ninety feet, lenghth tenfeet width narrow leaf one sucker tobacco bed.-Wiset 20 acres or more. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentibt years experience. Special attention work.' given to Surgical and Dental Office ll at residence near Graded School -- Ed Butler, J32-2t- ., . building. Mt. Pleasant..- - PHONE. NO7K 3teVAi)&R Ct)t)&Tr ft&WS mm SCARCELY suffered for Ehree summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst I bad dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, 1 would have to give up and He down, until it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to try Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly WELL DRILLER Kentucky Fair Dates. HogwaHow'News. Going Some. The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky adjoining counties. See me be- Fairs forJ1914, as far as reported. fore contracting. Latest im- Officers of fairs are requested to yroved machinery of all kinds. report to uslany omissions or cor Ami FwTkree Summers Mrs. Vi- believe I would have died if I hadn't Pump Repairing Done. Give taken it. rections of dates: sed Was Umable to Attend to me a Gall. After I began taking Cardui I was Mt. Sterling, July 215 days. Aiy tf Her Housework. greatly helped, and all three bottles reC. YATES Harrodsburg, July 284 days. lieved me entirely. WALK ABOUT . Pleasant Hill, N. C "I I fattened up, and grew so much stronger in three months, I felt like another person altogether." Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the ner vous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years. It will surely do for you, what it has done for them. Try Cardui today. Write to: ChxtUnooza Medicine Co.. Ladies' Ad vlsory Dept., Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions on your case and book. "Home Treatment for Women," sent in plain wrapper. re J-- Short Items. A sinner is a man who gets found out. -- A red nose is the. only kind of advertising that doesn't pay. We aim to make the News the friend of every member of the family. The flies are noV beginning to give sign and token that they are here to swat. Over twelve per cent of the foreign born population of the United States is Irish. When a lad starts on the wrong road he should be switched back on the right one. A woman's gossip is like her freshly washed haircan't be pinned down to anything. The Daily Louisville And The Times News Adair County It Isjthe best afternoon daily paper publish- ed in Louisville. is Democratic, but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adah County News both for 4.50 per year. Woodson Lewis Qreensburg, Ky. Always appreciates trade from Adair and .Adjoining Counties and is constantly of fering and giving to ail comers, Bargains in a1 Lines of goods! ill send Dry Goods, Clo;hing .ndShoo Several from this section will go It is said that during the JaaiL to Tickville next third Sunday to eight years saloons have beeai witness the unvailing of the pub- put out of business at the rate lic town pump. of forty a day. Of course irt Now is the season when the many places there have beezt neighborhood housefly drops in some new ones established, but and takes a seat on the fly paper. for all that, the fact remains:, Ellick Hellwanger has kept so that temperance is growing rap Berea, July!29 3 days. sober for the past few months idly among the people in every Taylorsville, Aug. days. that he can drive from here to section of the country and thatifc Mt. Vernon, Aug. days. Rye Straw without hitting a promises to spread with equal Leitchfield, Aug. 114 days. stump. rapidity in the coming years. Perryville, Aug. 123 days. Frisby Hancock's rheumatism This accounts for so many places Vanceburg, Aug. 12 4 days. has taken a turn for the worst, and States going dry. The and he has decided he had bet- growth in temperance is partly CoIambia,,Augast.l8 4 days. ter look out after his religion. moral and partly economic. Hardinsburg, Aug. 183 days. Sunday he went over and brag- More and more employers of laShepherdsville, Aug. 184 ged on the Dog Fill preacher's bor are demanding total abstidays. nence on the part of their workFOR 1913 sermon. Stanford, Aug. 19 3 days. Cricket Hicks, who has been ers, and labor unions, alert to the. Lawrenceburg, Aug. 19 4 BRIGHTER, BETTER, at work in the Calf Ribs com- welfare of their members, are days. BIGGER THAN EVER taking the same position. No Elizabethtown, Aug. 253 munity several weeks, has reTHE BEGUUB PRICE OF turned home with five dollars in wonder that morelthanjone leaddays. cash. This will somewhat re- ing brewer says that it is only a Grayson, Aug. 294 days. THE LOUISVILLE TIME! lieve the financial situation 'round question of time when they, the Shelbyville, Aug. 263 days. Hogwallow as money was begin- brewers, will have to cease opdays. Frankfort, Sept. IS YEAR. erations. Ex. ning to get very scarce. Alexandria, kept. 1 5 days. The Blind Man, of the Calf Can't Keep It Secret. Barboursville, Sept. 2 3 days. YOU WiLL SEND YOUR 0RDE1 IP Torapkinsville, Sept. days. Ribs neighborhood was about to The splendid work of Chamberlain's . Tablets is daily becoming more TO US, YOU CAN GET Hodgensville, Sept. days. be talked in buying a heating So such grand remedy for stove from Slim Pickens, the stomach and liver troubles has ever Scottsville, Sept. 103 days. been known. For sale by Paull Drag other day, but the trade was Co. Ad THE ADAIR COUNTY Kentucky State Fair, Louisknocked in the head by one of ville, Sept. 146 days. A Famous'Teast. Slim's enemies, who told the Horse Cave, Sept. 234 days. NEWS Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, Blind Man that winter was over. Here is a toa3t that I want to Raz Barlow has come into posSept 29- -5 days. drink to a fellow I'll never AND session of a yellow mule, which Glasgow, Sept. 304 days. knew will be driven to his yellow bug To the fellow who's going to take A Railroader's Prayer. gy. Later in the season he will THE LOUISVILEE my place when it's time for don his yellow nectie. Yellow me to go. An old railroad worker was being a symbol of jeaiousy, will TIMES I've wondered what sort of a e conyerted, and being present at be the used in Raz's chap he'll be, and I've wished a meeting at which there were affairs of the heart this summer. BOTH ONE YEAR I could take his hand, many" inquiries, he was asked to Sidney Hocks became intoxiJust to whisper, "I wish you FOR ONLY lead in prayer. He hesitated for cated Saturday evening and tried well, old man," in a way that a moment, and then in a clear to drive his yoke of steers into THE LOUISVILLE TIMES he'd understand. resounding voice said: "Oh the but failed on acI'd like to give him the cheerthe best afternoon paper prinLord, now that I have flagged count of the door being too naring word that I've longed afe Thee, lift up my feet from the row. There have been many ted anywhere. times to hear; rough road of life and plant other complaints recently on accorps of corns Has the best I'd like to give him the warm them safely on the deck of the count of the door at the e. handclasp when never a friend pondents. Train of Salvation. Let us use comes near. Covers the Kentucky field pa the Safety Lamp known as PruThe annual spring drove of I've learned my knowledge by dence; make all the Couplings of jaybirds are flocking fectly. into our sheer hard work and I wish I Covers the general news fid Train with the strong Link of community daily. Rax Barlow, could pass it on Love, and let my Hand-lam- p be having nothing else on hand, completely. To the fellow who'll come to the Bible; and Heavenly Father, started in to taking a census of take my place, some day when Has the best and fullest msi keep all Switches closed that them as they arrived by making I am gone. lead off on the Sidings; especial- a mark on a sheet of paper, kets reports. but Will he see all the sad mistakes ly those with a Blind End. Oh Sidney Hocks came along last DEMOCRATIC in politics bi Lord, if it be Thy pleasure, have I've made, and note all the Tuesday and got him mixed up. battles lo3t? every Semaphore block along the fair to everybody. Atlas Peck has violated the Will he ever gues3 of the tears line show the White Light of confidence of several of his warmSEND YOUR SUBSCRIP they caused, or the heartHope, that I may make the Run est friends and after this it will aches which they cost? of Life without stopping; and be TiON RIGHT AWAY a hard matter for him to get Will he gaze through the failures Lord give us the Ten Command-mend- s a drinK of liquor that is any acand fruitless toil to the underfor a Schedule, and when count. He obtained a jug of Bat DENTAL OFE1CE. lying plan. I have finished the run on Sched- Smith's Moonlight Reel the other And catch a glimpse of the real ule time, and pulled into the dark day under the pretense that he Dr. intent and the heart of the station of Death, may thou (the was going to use it in celebratDENTIST vanquished man? Superintendent of the Universe) ing his annual birthday. But inCO. OVER FAUMi-DRUsay, 'Well done, thou good and stead of that he took it home, Shake off Your Rheumatism. Columbia, Ky. faithful servant, come and sign put seme asafoetida in it, and is Sow is the time to get rid of your cent the Pay Roll and receive your using it for pneumonia medicine. rheumatism. Try a twenty-fiv- e RES PHONE 20. OBFICE PHONB sottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and check for Eternal Happiness.' " I will drill wells in Adair and J. THE 43 53 LOUISVILLI TIMES $5.00 h 14 24 83 widely-known- color-schem- $4.50. post-offic- e, post-offic- James Triplett .to'any point, by Pareels Post prepaid. Any goods not Hot Weataer Tonic and Health Build- atisfactoiy can be re- iStomach Painsi and Indigestion caused me great distress for two years. I triea many things for ronei, out gocmtie Help, tin at lasti lonna it in the best pills or medicine I ever tried turned by Parcel Post, if in seven day after sent out DR. KING'S Woodson Lewis NewLifePills C.E. Hatfield. Guy an, W. Va. 26 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL Oftl'.SMSTS? Always Lead to Better Health Serious sicknesses start in disorders of the stomach, liver and kidneys. The best corrective and preventive is Dr. King's New Life Pills. They Purify the Blood Prevent Constipation, keep Liver, Kidneys and Bowels in healthy condition. Give you better health by ridding the system of . fermenting and gassy foods. Effective and mild. .25c. . EecommsnSed by Paull Drue Co; . Ad. Ad Are you down Nervous Tired? Is everything you do an effort? You are Machine Shop. not lazy you are sick! Your stomach, liver, kidneys, and whole system need I have purchased the W. A. Helm a tonic. A tonic and health builder to outfit, and am located at his former drive out the waste matterbuild you shops on Bomar Heights, Columbia, up and renew your strength. Nothing Ky. I am prepared to do do all kinds better than Electric bitters. Start to- of work in the way of repairing maday. Mrs. James Duncan Havnes-- chinery. I also furnish repairs, in villeMe., writes: "Completely cured! either brass or iron fixtures. me after several doctors gave me up." I am fully qualified to do all kinds 50cand'-$1.00- . RecofiamwidedlbyrPanll of work. I solicit your patronage. JDrug Co. J. M. Kearnss. Ad 26-2m er dee how quickly your rheumatic pain3 bisappear. Sold by Paull Drug Co. fe Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Jamestown. : i lumbia, visited in this parti a few days ago. fr 4$$4Hfr444444 s Brother Grider of Russell Trustees of Educational Plenty of honey this'season. No 1., met at Jamestown, Springs, will preach at the Mr. Tim Cravens was here school house the 3rd Sunday. -- ' last Friday looking after insur- - Saturday, June 6th, and employMessrs. Willie Wheat, Add ed teachers for each ance. as follows: Jamestown, John L. Shepherd and Owen White at Wheat harvest is on this week. Story, Principal and Jeff Story, tended singing at Hypocrit last Austin Wilmore was laid up Assistant; Concord, Jonah R. Sunday. for a day or so with rheumatism Bernard; Pleasant Hill, Elvis G. Mr. and Mrs. John T. White last week. Flanagan; Ono, E. E. Dunbar, visited the latter's parents the 1 J. H. Smith spent a few days Principal and C. V. Tarter, As- last of the week. in Louisville last week. sistant; Cave Springs, Oda Kin-net- t; W. H. Wheat had a valuable Horse Bottom, Ovaline ewe killed by dogs last Sunday Alfred Parson lost a very good work mare, one day last week, Humble; Smith's Bottom, J. 0. night. Prock; Greasy Creek, Oris E. with lung --fever. Ozark. We can get Repairs for most all Binders and Mowers made Mrs. C. 0. Moss and son vis- Bernard; Leverage, Stella Coopited their grandmother, Mrs. er; Rowena, W. C. Lawrence; The fishing party, at Young's 9 Harvey,in theFairplay commun- Beech Grove, Robert Antle; Ucum, E. P. Conner; Welfare, mill was well attended. The ity, a few days of last week. Rose Grider; Puncheon Camp day was spent in playing games, Mrs. Geo. H. Nell, of Colurn- Bottom, Sam Piercy. Trustees rowing, fishing and a ball game bia, spent a few days of last Division No 2 between the married and single week with Mrs. L. C. Nell, of of Educational met at Union Chapel, Saturday, men. our city. M June 6th, and employed teachers Miss Annie E. Montgomery, ue Mr. Charles Diddle, who has Vas follows: Esto, E. M. Mont- who is visiting relatives in the been in school at Lexington, for gomery; Denmark, Walter Bow-li- West, writes that she is having m sea the past year, returned home Wooldridge, L. E. Bernard; a grand time. the first of the week. Freedom, Martha Beck; Sulphur ASK any painter and he will tell you that Pure White James Holladay arrived home Lead, reinforced with Zinc Oxide and Genuine LinMrs. Julia A. Baker will leave Springs, ; Moores S c h o ol from Georgetown the 10th. His seed Oil in correct proportions is the best paint to use. on an extended visit to Lyletown house, Hub Barger, Principal That's the reason painters everywhere use and recommend sister, Miss Lois, who is attendand Elkhorn in a few days. and James Burchett, Assistant; ing a Y. W. C. A., at Ashland, Mrs. Walter McKinney, James- Coffey, Finley Collins; Creels-borNorth Carolina, will return home town, spent a few days in our ; Manntown, Lesby An'THE KIND THAT LASTS" later. city and community last week tle; Blankenship, Lou Miller; Mr. E. L. Winfrey, Dunnville, You'll be proud of your home when visiting friends and relatives. 5x?r&ft;s Cherry Grove, Tim Helm; Rock FREE PAINT BOOK it's attractively painted with Mastic was down to attend the fishing Paint. Besides you'll enhance its value Ask for beautifully illustrated book, "Homes and How ; Jackman BotRobert Fletcher, (of color,) House Bottom, and protect it against the elements. Be party. to Paint Them," also color card showing 45 color sure it's Mastic Paint and you will ; Liberty, Welby Powshades, or write direct to m who owns a little-- farm near this tom, CO., realize the fullest measure of paint Will Reynolds is preparing to Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. satisfaction. place, informed us that he has ell; Union Chapel, Welby Rich build him a new residence. been living where he lives now ards; Swan Pond, Opal Humble. MDPAlNTi Our prayer meeting at Shiloh COLUMBIA, for the past eight years and has R. M. Morrison has accepted Drug Company, KENTUCKY. LMSIDEWrHTEji killed a rattle snake every year a position with McKinney & Co., is progressing nicely. We farmsince he has been living there. as clerk. Mr. E. C. Dunbar, ers should not work so hard on Wednesday, so that we may feel Mrs. Leon Shuffit, of Frye, is who has been working for the like attending. It is our Chris- and Miss Vertie Coffey were Mrs. Josie Hardwick and her Edith. visiting her grand daughters, Company for the past year, has tian duty and one who will take visiting friends and relatives in son, Alvin, visited in this com-Misses Ora and Mallie Moss, this returned to his farm as he prek to at- Smith's bottom last week. the time during fers an out-dolife. Several from this place were munity last week. week. tend services. Mr. Lawrence Mr. Oliver Kimbler has recent- in Columbia Monday. Herschel Savage has returned Purdy. Mrs. Killis Coomer, who has Montgomery conducted the ser ly purchased him a new automoLittle Clarice Efarmon has been been an invalid for ten or fifteen from Illinois, where he has been vice last Wednesday night. bile. working for the past three very sick for several days. years, died last Wednesday. We are having some of the hot- Mr. Raymond Moss, who has Mr. Ezra Moore recently sold months. Herschel says he has Mr3. O. L. Hard wick, of Neats-bur- test weather of the season. We Mr. 'Robert Gibson, a n been visiting his grand parents a nice Jersey cow. come home to stay with his pap. is spending several days need more rain at this time. citizen of the western for several week, has returned of this week with Mr. and Mrs. Cane Yaliey. Died, on the 6th, Mr. Laban part of this county, died, very License were issued from the to his home in Greensburg. Russell County Court Clerk's ofOwen Beard. suddenly, one day last week. Burton, a victim of dropsy. He Mr. and Mrs P. M. Bryant fice during the month of May to Mrs. Lena Knifley was shop- leaves a wife and four children. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Feese, of Mrs. W. B. Dulin continues in the following parties: Stant reached Columbia last Monday Cincinnati, were visiting rela- ping at Pellyton last Tuesday. The interment was at Bear Walnight, with the remains of their a very low state of health. She Malone to Lillie Collins; Law Mr. and Mrs. Babe Wells vis- low, in the presence of a large tives here last week. has been a suffer for many years rence Stapp to Willie P. Kearns; daughter, Mrs. Gooden, who Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Thomas, ited at Mr. G. W. Rubarts' the crowd of sorrowing relatives and with a complication of troubles. George Tarter to Pearl Brown; died in Illinois. She was buried friends. fam-il- y of Corbin, returned to their home latter part of last week. James G. Rumbo to Effie Zim- Tuesday afternoon at the Mr. and Mrs. Arvest Hill will The farmers are preparing to Mr. Willie Evans and sister, las Tuesday after a pleasant visit burying ground. arrive in a few days irom the merman; Leonard Scales to Rose of two weeks. cut wheat this week. Mattie, attended the Mr. Geo. E, Wilson, of ColumLone Star State to spend the Bryant. Meeting at Columbia Sat Miss Sophia Cowherd, of this Mr. M. W. Burton and wife heated months with us. County Judge, A. M. F. Hill bia, passed through our city one place, and Miss Rena Wilkerson, urday and Sunday. visited the Iatters parents, Mr. called a special term of the Fiscal day last week enroute for RusThe continued dry weather Miss Minnie Williams is visit and Mrs. F. W. McQueary. last sell Springs to spend a few days. of Burdick. are visiting Mr. and bars knocked out several of our Court last Saturday, the13th, to Scott, of Bowling ing her brother, Mr. R. D. Wil- Saturday night. Miss Rose Hyde, of Columbia, Mrs. Lander change the levy for road tax, to saw mill men from continuing liams, at Dunnville this week. Mr. Cy Fed Bryant and Miss was visiting Misses Letticia and Green. business on the account of suf- make the county levy for the Mr. Mont Page had the misSeppie Rexroat were happily Mr. Henry Collins, of year 1914 conform to the limit Loretta Dunbar last week. ficient water. was in this community married last Saturday evening. Ray Smith is at home from fortune to lose a fine $200 mare as set out in the Constitution, Dr. L. C. Nell made a trip to one day last week. Rev. J. D. Burton pronounced last week buying hogs. and reduced the poll for road Louisville, recovering from an Loretta last week and on his reMisses Lela and Florence the ceremony in a very impresfrom $1.00 to 50 cents, and prop- injury of the right hand, which Messrs. J. C. Sublett. J. M. turn, his daughter, Miss ChrisWoodrum, and D. H. Beard are Beard spent last Thursday with sive manner, in the presence of erty tax from 25 cents to 20 he received while at work. tine, who has been in school a few invited friends. building the new school house Mrs. Mont Beard. cents. ; Miss Ida Helm, of Columbia, Jthere for severarmonths accomnear Dry Fork. They will have Mr. M. I. McQueary, wife and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Grant were Luther Keen and Hugh Sharp, visited her sister, Mrs. Robert panied him home. it completed by July. two children, and Mr. Eddie in Columbia last Tuesday. of Bowling Green and Washing- Maupin last week. Wyatt Feese made a busiMr. Strong Hill will leave in a ton, are in town for several days. Mrs. Lona Rubarts was called Waddle. and wife, of Ptilaski Prof. Cabell is having some Mr. County, visited at Mr. F. W. few days for Rocky Hill Station, Elias Dunbar will entertain at fine singings at Shiloh. They ness trip to Lebanon, Huston last week to the bedside of her McQueary's from Friday until where he will spend several days a birthday party, in his honor, have new song books, and if his ville, and Liberty last week. mother, Mrs. George Cundiff, of Monday. on business. at his home, on Monday night, singings continue, he will have Born, to the wife of J. W. Dunnville. Mrs Ann Redman visited her Judd, June 11th, a 10 pound son. a wonderful class in music. MissSallie Diddle, of Colum- June 15th. Miss Sarah Collins, of Casey We are glad to state that Mr. Creek, will teach the Tabernacle sister, Mrs. McQueary,last week. bia, is visiting her relatives in Demark. Mr. F. W. McQueary had the Sano. Willis Hutchison, who got his school again this year. She is a our city this week. hand so badly mashed at Smith's fine teacher and we are glad to misfortune of getting his foot Dr. Simmons, in company with badly bruised one day last week, people are very busy plowing, Mill some two weeks ago, is get- have her with us again. Wheat harvesting has begun Mr. Lum Hill, made a trip to by a cow tramping upon it. locality, and the yield and the corn crops are fine in ting along as well as could be ex'"" Russell Creek one day Messrs. John and Charlie Weslast week in this this section. Miss Laura Childers was the pected. Mr. Hutchison is a kind ley, of Liberty, are spending this and returned with the finest lot seems to be about the average. Mr. Abe Dowell is building old gentleman and we are glad week with their brother, P. P. guest of the Misses McQueary Born to the wife of John Montof fish that has been brought Saturday night. Wesley, at this place. gomery, on the 30th of last him a large stock arid tobacco to see him doing so well. here for some time. Mr. W. P. McQueary had a barn combined. He has just Dr. E. B. Atkinson was called month, a boy. Mrs. Valeria Campbell and her From what we, get from-ouWelby Swanson left for Indi-an- a finished setting seven acres of to see Mrs. Ud .JdancocK last daughter, Annie, were, shopping narrow escape of being killed by r farmers, who have harvested lightning last Monday, when z Monday t who was badly bitten in Columbia one day last week. tobacco, and it is looking fine) last1 Thursday. their wheat, there never was by a cat. We can't say that the Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Williams tree which he was under was Bill Shepherd has been on the The contractors are at work on crop grown in this part such a was mad, but we had a mad and daughter, Miss Shirley, vis- struck. the new school building in cat of old Adair, both in quantity sick list for the past few days. .woman in town. Can't Keep It Secret. ited Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Knifley :z& quality. They are calculat- - Mr. Charlie J3haw was through Moore's district. jf and Cane Valley The Maxton The splendid work of Chamberlain's Friday, ' ing on an average of from 10 to this part a few days ago deliverMr. Jt B. Wheat itf improving base ball teams played a nice Itst Tablets isldaily becoming more widely Dr.C. M. Russell, of Columbia, known. No such grand remedy foe 20 bushels per acre, Cake will ing pictures. He is an excellent very fast, We are glad to see game here last Saturday. The was called ' to see little Clarice stomach and liver troubles ha3 ever down this way very photographer. him getting along so nicely. score stood six to five in favor of been known. For sale by Paull Drug: Harmon last Wednesday. ' Miss Hattie Williams,' of Co soon.. ?. . Misses Mae and Effie Snow- Cane Valley. , Co. Ad sub-distri- ct the 4 4 4 Wheat We also have the Mowers and Rakes: Get our prices before you buy Look over your old Binders, Mowers 'and Rakes NOW and let us know what Repairs you need, so as to save money and time when Harvest is here The Jeffries Hardware Store. Deering Binder will save your big Crop. 4 4 . 4 8"G"9"Q"66"9$90"6"9"8 5 4 4 49"6Q"fr9"8"Q$9 n; Ifbur House JFhe best paint for o, mm WmWT ,tj-f-c 9& PEASLEE-GAULBER- T Paull - mid-wee- or g, well-know- I Co-operati- on Camp-bellsvill- e, r he-plentif- ul -- - i r oca St-- - 1 "