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The writer and the one to whom it is addressed are natives of Columbia. Gen. Hardin, some years ago, was the Attorney General of Kentucky, and as a politician was known throughout the State. Mr. Burton was a gallant Confederate soldier, and commanded a squad of sharpshooters.'In the history of the First Kentucky brigade, written by Ed Porter Thompson, lie is given more credit for daring, bravery than any other one man. It is said that in one hotly contested battle a piece of shell struck Capt Burton, knocking him down His men thought that he was killed and the shock was terrible. Instantly, Burton stood up, took off his cap threw it iuto the air" and commenced singing the Bonnie Blue flag. Then it was his men were ready to march into the jaws of death: "" June 6th, 1914 Mr. George Heck Burton, -- Troy, S. C Native of Adair. Dealing in Pearls:, While in Jamestown, A Hint to Jamestown. Personals. s" V Monday of Jamestown has made ,onsidjp we me'tf Mr. Cyrus Camp Indiana last Saturday night. nprovement in the lastWylt roP Mr. G. P. Smy the, whomade a busiMr. bell, who lives at Creelsboro, and who years jn'fihe way of erecting Miss Katie Murrell is rapidly imness trip to Florida, returned home on Columbia street. the first of J. D. Hughes, Quanah, Texas, a few is a prosperous farmer, bub when Cumproving, having been sick three weeks. last week. days ago. In the letter was this para- berland river is low, he spends much Twelv oWourteen nice homes have Mr H. T. Baker spent a few da7s in Miss Mary Grissom, who teaches in of his time pearl hunting. He has been built, and others will probably go graph: Louisville, last week. "The other day some of the State been dealing in these gems for a num- up this year. The entire town is sad Tennessee, has been at home for sevAlfred Jones, H. V. Denver, John A candidates spoke here and among them ber of years, and has quite a lot on ly in need of side walks, and as con- eral days. and Ernest Harris left this morning-ohand now, some of them very valuable. creting is cheap and durable, the propewas our State Treasurer, Mr. J. M. Mr. W. D. Jones, of Knoxville, a fishing tour. Rock House Bottom Edwards. He happened in the bonk He has received as much as two and rty-, holders should get busy. There Tenn , arrived in Columbia the first of Cumberland river. after the speaking and made the re- three hundred dollars for one stone could be no greater improvement for last week. Mrs. Jones and little son, Mr. W. T. Ottlev left for Frankfort mark about knowing Melvin Traylor He usually sells on the New York mar- this old historic town. The walks Herschel, have been here Jor several this morning. and coming from the same county in ket. This industry has been prose would enhance the value of property months. Mr. W. Lyon reached Columbia Kentucky, and after talking to him cuted on Cumberland river for a good much more than the cost of building Mrs. Lizzie Murrell is spending two quite sick last Thursday night, but a for a little while I found he was an many years, and there yet remain fchetD; then the place would become uncle of Lawrence Nell. He is very large quantities of mussels in the bed raorfe itfviting, the population would months with her son, Dr. C. M. 'Mur- few hours rest brought him around all right. much like him and shows he is re- of the river, and this summer the riv- increase, business would grow and the rell, Matherville, 111. Mr. and Mrs J. S Reid. of CarMr. Ray Montgomery left last Thurslated. He stands very high in the er banks will be lined with men hunt- female population would rise up aud thage, Tenn., are visiting Mrs. Reid's day, to spend a week4 in Warren counState and has made us a good Treas ing for the precious stones. The lo- call the men blessed. parents, Judge G. T. Herriford and 1 am sure you remember that cal dealers hire men to grab the musEdmonton, about the size of James- ty. urer. wife, and sister, Mrs. R. Y. Hindman. family , as he said they lived near sels and they are opened in skifts or town is putting down walks, and last Mr J. G Knifley, of Knifley, was Mr. F. L. Wilson, Russell Springs, on the .banks of the river. Often a week an elecr.ric light plant was Grady ville. It seems to me they lived here a few days ago. was in Columbia Monday, en route to Jaraes-rown- . mussels are opened before a thousand The citizenship of near us" " Mr. R. H. Bright, Danville, was in Louisville. Besides buying goods, he is good and it should get busy, , Mr. Edwards left Adair county, with pearl is found, and then may not be will purchase an automobile Columbia, one day last week. or more enterprising towns will outhis parents, about forty years ago. At successful. Mrs. Edna Scott, Campbellsvilie, ia Dea'r Heck: strip it. the time of his departure he was livMr. J. W. Fields, Stanford, was at spending a week with Mrs. Mary Jane you owe me for millinery please i I have just read your letter in the ing on what is known as the Allen If the Hancock Hotel a few days ago Blakeman. For Sale, Cheap. Adair County News and your refer- Keltner farm, in the Gradyville pre- call at my residence and settle at Mr, W. A. Yates, Edmonton, was Mrs. C. R. Richards and son, Tlieo. money'. ence to Boots Owens and your own cinct. He is an uncle of Dr L. C , once. I need the 34-here on special business, one day last dore, of Delaran, "Wis., are visiting-MMrs. Geo. W. Staples. name carried me back iuto the wonder Elbert, and Eugene Nell. Good house, 2 acte lot, tine week. and Mrs. J W. Richards, of this land of dreams and memories. well, good barn and all necessary out- city. Their visit will extend over a Married I will have a fresh load of Jersey j Mr. D. D. Wilson, traveling man of The faces of the boys and girls, like buildings. Handy to school, period of several weeks. ! Horse Cave, was in fairies, flit before my mental vision in heifers on the Columbia market county Adair last week. 31-E. L Sinclair, Mr. Earl Williams, of Cumbeiland panorama that seems a living reality, kourt day, July 7th. This is an extra 1 Mr. Uriah Antle, of Russell county, Dr. H. C. Bruner, of Louisville, who county, Columbia, Ky. was in Columbia Sunday and and I hear the echo of voices in nice was here, in the insurance business, v'onday. lot. They have all been bred sou of Mr. George Antle, and- - Miss laughter and song across the gulf that Miss Jennie Garnett has just handed was called away on account of a sister Some of them will be fresh in a short Ura .Collins, daughter of Mr. Geo. lies hetweeu the now and then. Miss Eloezie Durham, of CampbellsCollins, who lives near Montpelier, ua a catalogue of Cumberland College, who was reported quite ill in Alabama. ' 34-2- t. Well, Heck, I thought that you, time. vilie, visited her grandmother, Mrs. H. Smith. J. came to Columbia last. Wednesday, se- a Baptist institution located at WilMiss Vic Hughes has returned from M. E Durham, and uncle, Mr like so many others, had answered F. H. cured license and were married at the liamsburg, Ky. It is a splendid piece Lexington. roll-calyou are Durham last week. the but I see that hqme of Rev Marion Antle, on Bomar cf printing, the college proper and all Trial Now On. much alive and a "kickin." and that Mr. B. H. Gilpin, of Campbellsvilie, Mr. J. R. Smith, Campbell3vil!e Heights. The couple will leave for buildings counected, showing up nicein meeting the stern and grave duties The trial of Silas Sullivan, charged Kansas in about two weeks where they ly. The dormitory for girls is a mag- met his wife and Mrs. Edna Scott was here the first of the week. or life you still have a heart and a with being implicated in removing in- expect to reside. Mr. O. B. Pace, Lebanon, is in Conificent structure and was built at a here last- Wednesday, who were on .seutimeut and a love for old Adair, dictments from the Russell county cost of thirty thousand dollars. The their ret'urn home from a month's lumbia for a day or two. and that boyhood memories are sweet circuit clerk's office, .is now on at Last January Mr Sam Lewis traded book gives a complete history of the visit to Burkesville. Mrs. S. G. Denny is visiting her to you. Jamestown It was not believed that a horse to Mr. Clem Burton that had school since its establishment, nearly Mrs W. P. Summers and daughter, parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Bertram, at What is life without its soul and a jury, could have been aecured in Rus- been in his possession ten years Mon- thirty years ago. Tewuty-onnames sentiment; without its childhood and sell county, and by order of Judge day the same animal arrived at the make up the faculty, Miss Gar- Mary, are visiting relatives in Glas- Albany. Mr Geo. B. Winfrey, of Kansas its memories; growing brighter and Carter, fifty men were summoned Lewis gate, asked for his former own- nett, being one of the number gow. more beautiful as we see and hear them from Wayne county from which the er, and was invited into the lot. Mr She, Mr. R. L. Marshall made his regular City, born and reared in Columbia, piano has charge of arrived Monday night, on a short visit through the deepening mists of the jury was made up. The defense is Lewis does not know who the present department, and has had for visit to Columbia a few daysjago. the past to his relatives and many friends. departing years? represented by Lilburn Phelps and owner of the animal is, but he can three years. Last school here there Mr. H. V. Denver was in Lebanon Every body was glad to see him Heck, I just wanted to say, howdy, other local attorneys, the State by A. get him by paying for the notice and were entered four hundred and sixty and Louisville last week. Mrs C. L. Pyle, daughter of Mr. and with best wishes, God bless you. , A. Huddlestoii and R. E. Lloyd A the expense of feed. pupils, coming from various counties Miss Mollie Flowers and Miss Chris-tiu- e Mrs. J. S. Breeding, this place, Your boyhood friend, great deal of interest is being maniwen in Kentucky, Nell, of Gradyville, spent several under the knife at Danville a few days Wat Hardin. fested in the outcome of the case. Married in the State of Washington. days of last week with Misses Creel ago. She stood the operation finely, P. S. My home is still in Old KenTax Notice. " Ninety-Nin- e Last May. and Catherine Nell. tucky; I am here in Richmond, Va., and is now at her home in Lincoln Mr Robert G. Baker, son of Judge on a visit to my daughter. Mrs. Ella Dixon, of Lexington, came county. Mrs. Nancy Acre, who lives on the H. E. Baker, Campbellsvilie, was mar. Mr. II. C. Hindman, who is in the Parties owing town taxes' for the to Columbia to attend the Juneral of Russell Springs road, about tvvelve ried in Tacoraa, Washington, on June year 1914 are requested revenue service, at.present located at lommits Suicide. to settle at her brother, Mr. W. L. Walker. mjles from this place, was ninety-nin- e 13, to Miss Alice Holgerson. Loretto, was here Sunday, to visit his once. 6 per cent, penalty added Oct. Prof. R. R Moss and Mrs. Moss and sister-in-layears old last May. She is .The groom is an employe of the 1st W. B. Patteson, Mrs L. C. Hindman, their little daughter, Maxine, are visMrs. Thomas Collins committed su- hale and hearty and says if her eye- Northern Pacific Railroad .' who has been in a critical condition Company, 32-tCollector. iting in Hart county. icide at her home at Lebanon Satur- sight was good she would show the and has been in Washington about for the past few weeks. 7 o'clock by shoot-iu- g young women hbwto work Her mind is four years. He has a day moining about Mr. W. H. Wilson is improving, and number of relais said that Mr. Powers is not as Mr. Audry Frazier, of Pulaski, It herself through the head with a clear, and she cau tell many interesting tives and friends in Columbia and strong in Russell county as hereto- will likely be out in a few dajs. Tenn., brother of Mr W. D. Frazier, revolver. Mr and Mrs. Collins resided incidents that occurred in the county Adair county. fore, Senator Bosworth, his opponent Mrs Sallie Bradshaw, who has been who lived here several years, visited in this city for about a year, he being eighty years ago She had a brother, in the for aa employe of the monument and who died a few years ago at the age Alice Smith, a colored woman, who lowing raceeveryCongress, having, a fol- in Louisville with her daughter, Mrs. Columbia last week, having spent precinct in the coun- W. F. Hancock, is at home for the nine months in the Liudsey-Wilso- n in marble works of Mr. Joe Sims. They of 102. lives in the suburbs of Columbia, went ty. during hi? brother's stay iathis place. It is reported that the Russell remainder of the summer. removed to Lebanon about four years to Louisville several we.eks ago and Springs priciuct is almost solid for His friends were glad to see him. ago, when Mr Sims removed his esFire Insurance. was operated on for tumor. It was Mr. H. B. Ingram has greatly im him. Senator Bosworth addressed a Dr. J. D. Combest, Russell Springs, tablishment there. Mrs Collins had successfully removed and it weighed large audience at Jamestown the first proved. and Mr A. L Foley and son, Leslie, been in feeble health for some time, twelve pounds. She is almost well Misses Jetiuye and I am glad at times suffering untold agony. She suring public to announce to the in and will be at home in a very short day of circuit court He also spoke at are spending a week Alma McFarland of Eller, Russell county, were here Russell Springs Monday night, same all of the compa with the Misses last Sunday night, en route to Louisthat was afflicted with head srouble. and time. Her husband, George Smith, Moss, of Gradyville. ville. Mr. Foley's sen is experiencing recently undergone an operation nies represented bj my agency have re- who is a very industrious man, is very date. had sumed operation. in the State and I much elated, and is trouble with one of his ears, and the Master James Dixon, of Lexingtou, for it, but received no relief from the real glad that he Hens for Sale. surgeon; and her last resort was to am now ready to write such business had the money to pay for the operaaccompanied his mother, Mrs Ella trip to Louisville is to consult a specialist. Dixon, to this place. take her own life. The deceased was as 1 we have heretofore handled. tion, for a nurse and board for his wife 34-1. G R. Reed, Mr J. F. Montiromerv's riarht. eve born and reared in Russell county and during the trying ordeal. A colored I have 40, 2 and 3 year old, finely Mr. M. R. Powell and his son, MontColumbia, Ky. was esteemed by all who knew her. has been giving him much pain for the man who sticks to his companion under "Mr. Collins was almost distracted by all circumstances shows good qualities; bred White Leghorn hens for sale at 60 gomery,. Russell Springs, were here, past week. It is'betternow, and SunDeath at Sparksville. day afterneon he and his son, Mr. hh wife's sad ending Campbellsvilie and George's action in this case is fo cents each. This is your opportunity trading last Friday. News. Mrs. Margaret Smith has been quite Gordon Montgomery, left for .Jamesbe praised. to get the best at a low price. town, they being employed in several sick for the past week. 33-2- t. ..Mr. Henry Baker, who was about J. 0. Russell Two Good Sermons. Mr. Sinco Dockery, who is known to fifty years old, died in the Sparksville Mr Joe Hurt has returned from important land suits, set to come up this week, circuit court being in sesevery body in Russell county , and' who country last Thursday night. He Comes the cheering news out Monticello, having completed his en- sion has a large acquaintance in Adair in the briar patches, along thatfence gagement in the that place. Rev L. C Kelley, pastor of the leaves a wife and six children. He county, is A. Hume Logan, one of the principal in very poor health. He js rows and in the thickets 'the blackwas a good citizen, and had been Campbellsvilie Baptist Church, filled Mr. M. Cravens spent Saturday and owners of the Dow Wire Works, Louisprobably the best fixed man, finan- berries are hanging in great clusters Rev. O. P. Bush's appointments at aftiicted with several different com- cially, ville. Ky., who once went to school at m Russell county. He owns from the bushes, presaging an abund- Sunday at home. this place last Sunday forenoon and plaints for a number of years. the C C. College, aud had not been two or three valuable river bottom ant crop of Mrs Helen Craudell, who resides in this delicious berry. Uneveuing. He delivered two very able Sherrod Murrell, who was a son of farms, conducts a general stoxe in less blighted by drouth the crop will Jacksonville," Fla., is visiting her fa- here for 35 years, made a flying visit discourses, and the people of Columbia to some of his former acquaintances, Jamestown, and is President of the be unusually large. ther, 'Squire John Eubank, and her were delighted with him. On both John Mart Murrell, met with a serious Bank with his wife and two youngest chilat that place. Evidently his brothers, sist rsand other relatives. occasions large congregations greeted accident in the Carmel neighborhood decline in 'health dren on Sunday, June 21st,. They came -i is due to too much The plastering of the new Baptist him. Sundaj night he was enter- last nursaay. ae was painting a busimss. Mrs L. C. Hindman continues in a in an automobile. There is nb necessity for church was completed last weeTc The tained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. "dfelliug, the ladder supping, he was him to work, and, in our judgment a inside work will be rapidly pushed to very critical coudition Misses Adell Read, Fort - Smith, dashed to the ground, a distance of C. S. Harris. few months rest at a quiet watering completion by Mr. II. C. Feese and Ark.. Ada Caldwell, Campbellsvilie, thirty feet. One of his hips was disMiss Zella Pelley was visiting rela' are visiting the Misses Lowe, this Mr. J.-Flowers, Mr. Miller, the tives at Pellyton last week. Misses Mary Lucy and Leauora located and he was otherwise bruised place, is what he needs city. Miss Read" and Miss Caldwell contractor, havingemployed the two Lowe entertained a number of the about the body It will be some days Miss Grace Conover accomoanied are first cousins, the former being a Mr. Phil Orton, who set'eral years mennioned, carpenters to complete the young people of Columbia last Satur-- ' before he will be able to work, her sister, Mrs McBeath, to Danville, f daughter of Mr II C. Read, a native wood-worago, was a barber iu Columbia, re- day evening, iu honor of Misses Adell and from thence to Monticello. She of Columbia, the latter's mother, Mrs. The Board of Trustees of the Graded lamming here quite awhile, died at EVrt-- . Qmit-l- i T?uOfl An Arl-- , mil , vv., .. v... tivi auai Uii..i, ,.iv rr. M. Grimsley, who was a will be absent two mouths Prof G. Annie "Caldwell, is a sister of Mr. Dcno met iasaaturaay ana aeciaea xarcourc, tne home of his mother, in Caldwell, Campbellsvilie. There were put up a gymnasium. It will be Clinton county, last week. He was a brother of Rev. I. M. Grimsley, of Mrs J. S. Breeding aud two daugh- Read, and was also born and reared music and games and the evening most 1 ou"& to ie lerc oi cue tcnooi ouua-- . wcurn oi consumption. He also Adair county, died'm Green county ters, Misses Mary and Corinne, are here. deliehtrullvsoent. Refreshments mg and the d rhmks " expense worked at his trade in Campbellsvilie last Week. He was highly respected served. Twelve couples put in an an- visitirg one of Mrs Breeding's marWith plenty of fresh garden truck and his death brought sorrow to many ried ;daughters. win uo& oe more man nve nunarea aud Lebanon pearance. Mrs. Charles Pyle coming, life begins to b worth living friends. dollars Lincoln county. now. Owners of gardens are now enThe seventeen year locust is due to Get your measure taken for a new Mr. J. B. Barbee, this place, bought, Mr. Charles Herriford and family appear this year, according co joying new beans, beets, potatoes, aud Mrs Jettie Richardson, daughter of suit, ut Garrison Bros. They measure a re for the Royal Tailoring Co. A fit left Monday for a three month's portsentoutby the Agricultural Ex- through Hudson Bros , Louisville, last Mrs U L.Taylor, with her two young "sich " The man who attmpts hying stay fu Green county Mr. nerriford periment Station Seventeen years week, a pair of iron gray mares, price, est children, Ella aud Paul, are visit- without a garden knows not the joys W hen in need of guaranteed. ot being a producer,, nor the satisfac- ing her mother at this place. call our store 'Phone, No. 192. is in the timber business, and during ago they deposited the egg thatare to 4$300, They arrived here last Friday. the family's stay in Green county thy make the locusts this year. tiouthat come3. from eating off"tho 31 2t. Garrison Bros. Mrs. Caroline Jeffries was quite sick will live in a tent, one having been Letters from friends who are living fat of the land." the first of the week. The colored institute will be held shipped from Lexington. The iJrowd fii attendance at .the in distant States would be veryae-- j ' Russell County meetMr. Fred Hill, who attended the the last week in July, beginning on opening of the Russell circuit.court, ceptable to this publication. ing will be hl(J ad Beech Grove Churlr The 'ot back of V M. Gowdy & Co'sv at Jamestown, was much State Pharmacqtjcal- Association at Monday, the 27th. Prof J. W. Bell, smallerthan' . HonvA O. Stanley will .be -. , wholesale house has been turned into usual attthe Lexington,' returned home last Satur- - Thursday, July 2 of Eariington, will conduct it. The absenceof many farmers court house Thursday night, of .,. a quoit yard, and gentlemen of spare: was clue to wheat harvesting. this uuy ujieniuuu. We W directed to state that week. Come and hear him. Remember that the Adair County time put lu severahhours daily trying i Mxi'Co.y;E. Dudgepn and wife, Leb- . . , will be observed here. Tb yo ring ttje peg. Teachers' Institute will begin August I . .i , .f 'ir'vnil are COIIl? rrnm hnrrio ha,rA .;... ...?n . .. s.. j, m. n. hnnn.oiHrf.hnmJnf.- -j ' ' , .i ;fr. ...i: loth ... nl..- - - .' i xp.Lnrnp.rt frnm.a vfalfr. ..... ."-.i r, nr if ti&.. i. ji js,- -x- -s' UWV'Q"" Mr.George;Breeding,and;Mr G.'W. MrfF...kH. "QurUKmof UilS'fc ,, " Mr..E. H. Huehes. cashier of the First National Bank, this place, ceived a letter from his brother, re- - hast week, Mr. Hugh Richardson has gone to Oklahoma, to look for a location. Mr Horace Walker returned from n lt r & 4t l, - e the f. t( i ' E k. A 1 ,,..,' i -- --"TVi the-Fourt- h -- . J - .... j&'Aj '- ': - THE ADAlk JOUNTY NEWS 'Cowpeas, Alfalfa and Soy Beans. jm m Temperatures. Luke McLuke Says. - In figuring out the various in (Louisville Times.) fluences that keep men straight, to amend it, substituting for it When old Sol goes on a ram the fear of getting caught de- tee treaty. if. uowpeas, alralia, and soy page and his blistering rays come It was not hastily drawn nor beans can.be successfully made sizzling down through the ether, serves a whole lot of credit. Reform is great stuff. But hastily adopted. into, silage by exercising the there is only one thing that the same precautions as with clover. average human being takes cog- you never saw a reformer who The construction given to it by Every floor is teeming with the newest and best in They should be cut at the same nizance of, and that is that it is didn't get more out of it than it the subsidists was offered and rejected. time as for haymaking. How- "hot." This is the comprehen- cost him. of the situation, ever, it is ordinarily preferable, sive summing-uit must make a thin girl mad With the Hay-- auncefote regardless of mean temperature, Stocks tip the Acme of Excellence girl treaty adopted, we could go ahead as with clover, to make them into see the way a corn-fe- d extreme temperature, humidity, untrammelled. And we did. RUGS, CARPETS, DRAPERIES and WALL PAPER to hay rather than silage. The official, kiosk or street tempera- can fill a middy blouse. The building of the canal by fermentations which take place ture. To the man with the wiltA man is such a boob that a Vie with each other for Early Recognition in silage made of legumes cause ed collar, streaming forehead girl usually has the sheets and President Roosevelt was made d neck pillow cases embroidered before possible by the promise of equal-it- The Best news of all are our Low Prices, fixed by an a greater loss of nutritive mate- and prickly It was a prnmise broken by Economical Organization, Centrally Located, yet rerial than with corn silage. Corn there is no other word but "hot." he even proposes. Very often he adds a simile by President Taft and a Republican husks and pea vines from canmoved from the high rent district. Jf you want to make a good way of comparing the torridity Congress, redeemed by Presi-doning factories, beet pulp, and with that of a region politely showing, never take a census of Wilson and a Democratic other also used known as Gehenna. are Hubbuch Bros., & Wellendorff your friends when you need them. Congress. in certain localities for filling the Incorporated It may be a good thing, in Father can always find an exThe repeal act cannot 'be assilo. view of the proneness of the hu522 and 524 West Market St. cuse for not going to church on sailed by President Roosevelt, to that Corn for the silo can be cut man race Sunday morning. But mother even for campaign purposes, For more than Thirty Years, Louisville's Leading either by hand or by machine. a distinction is drawn between by making gets even with him rewithout staining the brightest Carpet and Rug House. Hand cutting is practiced on the "official" temperature as corded by the Weather Bureau him read the comic supplement chapter in his own history. farms where the amount of corn and the "street temperature," to the kids. Louisville Post. to be harvested is so small as to or the temperature in which peoWhat has become of the make the expense of purchasing ple "move and have their being." Hot Weataer Tonic and Health Buildman, who used to carer a corn harvester too great to jus- The official temperature in Louisry a handkerchief in the rear Are you down Nervous Tired? Is tify its use. Hand cutting is ville is taken by instruments in you skirt pocivet of his coat? And everythingyou do an effort? You are not lazy are sick! Your stomach, slow and laborious, and there are a latticed cage at the top of the what has become of the coat? liver, kidneys, and whole system need n building, nineprobably few localities now a tonic. A tonic and health builder to teen stories above the street. The wife who lets on that she drive out the waste matter build you where the purchase of .a harvestThe rays of the sun do not strike asleep when her hus- up and renew j our strength. Nothing er would not be a profitable in- the official thermometer. When is sound better than Electric bitters. Start toband comes home at three in the day. Mrs. James Duncan Haynes-vill- e vestment. this instrument registers 95 de Me , writes: "Completely morning and falls over his own me after several doctors gave me cured up." grees, it means that this is the There are on the market sevAll . always 50c and $1.00. Recommended by Panll feet is the wife who can eral makes of silage cutters that temperature at an altitude of Drug Co. Ad nearly 200 feet, and of an atmo get money for a new hat when will give satisfaction. sphere which is cooled by upper she asks for it. Business Situation. The capacity of the machine to air currents, if any should be It is none of my business, but be purchased is an important stirring. what good does the "corsetless There is an old adage which consideration which should not temperature," the style do the thin girls? "Street runs: "Truth lies at the bottom be overlooked Many persons temperature of the baking slabs off, of glaring concrete and the pitchy Coughs and Colds Weaken the Sys- of the well." As regards the make the mistake of getting a present business situation, truth tem. cutter which is too small, thus wooden blocks of the street if making the operation of filling which are exuding bubbling coal Continued Coughs, Colds and Bron- lies somewhere . between what tar, is quite another matter. Here chial troubles are depressing and weak- Republican and Democratic polthe silo very slow and interferen the system. Loss of vi eight and Old Sol throws down his red-hing with the continuous employ- shafts and they rebound against appetite generally follow. Get a 50c iticians are now proclaiming. Discovery to- The Republicans claim that the ment of the entire force of men. the face of the luckless pedes-trai- bottle of Dr. King's Sew day. It will stop your cough. The It is better to get a machine pour up his trouser legs as first dose helps. The best medicine country is on the verge of a large enough, so that every one if they were flues, and other- for Stubborn Coughs, Colds and all financial panic; Democrats boast Lung Troubles. Mr. O. that the country was never more will be able to keep busy all the wise envelop, smother, wrap, Throat and possession of him. H. Brown, Muscatine, Ala., writes: prosperous than at the present time. The larger cutters are stifle and take 'My wife was sick during the hot This temperature usually is about summer months and I honestly believe time, railroad conditions alone equipped with a laten degrees higher than "official Dr. Ring's New Discovery saved her bor saving device which the temperature, and several degrees life " Good for children. 50c & $1. excepted. Of course, all these claims are made for political pursmaller sizes lack. The usual higher than that of the Govern- Recommended by Paull Drug Co. Ad poses. length of cutting varies from ment kiosk in Lincoln Place, It is true that manufacturing It Takes Brains in theHos: where the trouble lies. Immeone-ha- lf to 1 inch. The latter is where the thermometer is shad- Mr. Roosevelt and the Canai diately such hogs are separated Business. in the Eastern and Middle Atlanconsidered a little too long, since ed. Tolls. from the herd and given such tic States is undergoing a slight pieces of this length will neither It is best, no doubt, that the All is not gold that glitters, treatment as experience has depression. Government invespack so closely in the silo nor be street temperature is not President Wilson and the Dem- tigations of railroads have dis- nor is the pig breeder's path alto- taught him is the best in each 80 completely consumed when brought too prominently before ocratic party have- - redeemed the turbed values of securities on the gether strewn with roses. There case. Soon the sick hog is refed a3 will the shorter lengths. the notice of the public. The cured or pledges given by President Roose- stock markets. In the Middle i9 other work besides clipping turned to the herd as On the other hand, the longer tendency of a heat' sufferer is to velt to all nations of the use of Western, Southern and extreme coupons in the pig pen. The suc- dies. Another may take sick, the pieces the more rapidly can grow irritable and even hysterithe new International Highway Western States, business was cessful handling of pigs demands but that same watchfulness is the corn be run through the cut- cal over trifles, and to be told and this sick pig on equal terms. never better. Approaching har- constant attention, and close ap- ever present, ter. that he is moving about in a That pledge President Taft course as the vests give every prospect of still plication to every detail, and the follows the same In case the corn has become temperature of 105 when he dishonored, and then suggested greater prosperity. There is op- sick pig requires almost the same other. The successful breeder too dry or ripe before it is put in- thought it was only 96 or 97, that it might be left to the Suthings to occur, and portunity in the West for every care and nursing that puts the expects sucn to the silo, water should be add-e- might not be good for him. Such preme Court or to the Hague being equipped to handle such idle man in the East to work at fever patient on the road to reto supply the deficiency of person would not be responsible Tribunal. is in a large meas good wages. So great is the de- covery. Some may wonder at cases his herd moisture necessary to make the for his actions if someone should President Wilson appealed to mand for farm labor that farm- one man's success and . another ure exempt from the more masilage pack properly. Unless it slap him on the back and ask "Is Congress to wipe this blotch from lignant forms of contagious disers are willing to pay transpor- - man's failure, but the problem is well packed the silage will it hot enough for you?" the 'scutcheon by living up alike tation in addition to wages. could be solved at once, could eases. But how about the "fire-fangbreeder? His hogs are or deteriorate " to to the letter and the spirit of This is the truth regarding the they follow up the daily walk and Tahe Plenty of Time to Eat. always healthy (so he imagines. ) the treaty. through the growth of mold. business situation, if commercial, thought of each man. It takes There is a saying that "rapid eatiug A case of thumps here goes Enough water should be added is slow suicide." If you have formed It was a brave thing to do. bank, and other reports are to be brains in the pig pen as well as the habit of eating too rapidly you are The treaty was relied upon; if newspaper state in the .office to make a success of unnoticed; a litter of pigs has to restore the moisture content most likely suffering from indigestion primarily a Roosevelt treaty. ments are correct; and if person- the business. The successful scours, but he has not observed of the corn to what it would be or constipation, which will result upon diseventually in serious illness unless cor- Hay and Roote were members of al letters fairly state the sit- breeder has troubles galore, too, it until at last disease if cut at the proper stage. The rected. Digestion begins in the mouth ease has mukip,iea on his hands Roosevelt's cabinet. uation. There is no great finan-ci- but he has the courage to stand water may be added by running Food should be thoroughly masticated and he cries out hog cholera is panic impending. Some pat and combat them. Big hogs The chief obstacle to the build and insalivated. Then when you have directly into the silo by means of a his herd. A.11 the patent nosfullness of the stomach or feel dull ing of the canal by the United parts of the country are not as are not proof against thumps, in .prosperous as they should be. scours , worms or of the many trums in the country brought a hose or by runningthrough the and stupid after eating, take one of States was the Clayton-BulwChamberlain's Tablets. Many severe The country as a whole presents diseases that flesh is heir to. into use to save the herd withblower. It is claimed that by cases of stomach trouble and constipa- treaty. fairly good business conditions But he watches his hogs closely out effect, and he gives up in running it in to the blower the tion have been cured by the use of We could have notified Engwith every prospect of greater each day, with that practiced eye despair, declaring he could nevthese tablets. They are easy to take water is more thoroughly mixed and most agreeable in effect. Sold by land of our purpose to .abrogate 'activity, as soon as crops are har that tells him .the minute er have any luck with hogs any Ad ifc, but we did not. vested and marketed. Paull Drug Co. a' hog is out' of condition way. with'the cut corn. . On the contrary, advised by Hay and Roosevelt, we proposed Hay-Pauncefo- te SPRING -- 1914. ,J. p Wall and Floor Coverings P heat-studde- y. nt by-produ- auto-hypnosi- s, old-fashion- ed Special Notice Inter-Souther- " Persons Who Are Behind tion Books One Year on our Subscrip- Will have to Come Under the Law, not Paid at once ot The Government n, Will, Not carry Papers in thr Mail for Parties who Owe More self-feeder- s, than one Year d easy-go-luc- ky Hay-Pauncefo- te -- al er - i .$WV JK . Let Us Reason Together Was a Wise Old Saying and that is exacty what I want us to do I want every FARMER who has Sheep, to investigate my work, and see if this is not the place for you to bring or ship your WOOL to get the best VALUE for it.I Now if you don't want your Wool Manufactured, I will pay jou 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. to-da- y. W$$ O. THE ADAIR COUNTS NEWS premecy of the Gevernment of the Unined States in the canal f aft The question of greatest nationThank your landlord for the and abandoning all the results, al importance in relation to the attentions of her children. It is achieved with so much difficulty, Panama Canal is the one which but an innocent curiosity which fn the course of the negotiations. at the present moment is receivBy F. A. MITCHEL prompts them to explore your Prom "Supremecy in the Paning the least attention. It is for trunk. ama Canal," by David Jayne this reason only that the present I was born in the department of Hill, in the American Review of TuU in Russia, and from a very earGet on good terms at once writer has considered it opporly age showed a remarkable faculty May-b- e Reviews for June. with your for acquiring knowledge. At twelve tune and a patriotic duty to you can borrow money of years of age 1 spoke four languages. Can't Keep It Secret. at this time the meaning of cause they are pleased, not to keep you awake. Our Rights at Panama. I $ MyAffairWitha Grand Duchess X fellow-boarder- s. dis-cu- ss Farmers Woolen Mills, The splendid work of Chamberlain's the Treaty. Tablets is'daily becoming more widely Do not call your landlord a The real issue regarding the known. No such grand remedy for stomach and liver troubles has ever robber. He may only a thief. Panama Canal is not its econo- been known. For sale by Paull Drug Hay-Pauncefo- them. te "$$$$ off, and is P. Jamestown. Ky. E. L. REECE, Mr. Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. &&$&&&$Q Be very careful of your table mic advantages; which codsider-fn- g manners. It is quite rude to beic he small amount of come excited and babble incoand transoceanic shipherently if food is brought to the ping owned by the people of the inter-ocean- Co. Ad Food Tress. table. If you are asked to sing, do it. BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels It is their own fault. When strolling in the meadow, see the bull before he sees you. neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but In plucking fruit from the trees, select the best. You are entitled to it, heavens knows! Do not allow Silver Seal Paints Finishes, Stains and Varnishes And they will cost you 25 less than other high grade brands. Tell us your paint needs today and we will send you our PAINT BOOK free. It gives prices and other valuable information. the hired man to become familiar (unless you need a drink.) Go home ten days sooner than you expected to do. This may Kentucky Paint ME'g Company, (Incorporated) 513 W. Market St. save your life. Judge. LOUISVILLE, KY. 'Dat Mule." "Down in Janesville, where I used to live," relates Dr. Washburn Yount, "there was an old colored man who owned a mule. He had more respect for that mule than for any man, white or Billy claimed that the animal could do anything but talk, and that he didn't talk be- black. U. C. HARDWIC1, Pres. J. H. COCKF, V. Pres.; 3 R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec W. T. Pyr?e Wi!! -- Snpnty Co. n.ArglniLK 1O1H United States, is a matter of secondary interest. The vital question is does the Government of the United States possess supremacy in the Panama Canal, or does it not? Do other nations possess "entire equality" with the United States in respect of the "conditions," not to mention the "charges of traffic." or "otherwise?" Those who interpret the sec- Treaty, now ond in farce, in such a manner as to include the United States among the nations which are to observe the rules laid down by the United States alone for the use of the canal have appearently overlooked the fact that by that interpretation the canal is free and open to the vessels of war of the United States and those of other countries on precisely the same Hay-Pauncefo- Did you know that in some countries a good part of the food comes from trees? For instance, in Venezuela is the cow tree, which derives its name from the fact that when the trunk is cut a stream of milk gushes out milk of thick, creamy consistency, with a balmy fragrance, j te The milk flows best in the early morning and at sunset. At these times the natives come from far and near with bowls or pails to get their family supply of the milk. It is of such thickness that if left to "set" it very soon becomes cheese. ESTABLIihtb loo. rrrn. j Another one of nature's dairies is the butter tree. The name is also given to several tropical trees which yield certain oils that can be used for butter. The real butter tree grows in central Africa. From the kernels of the fruit is obtained rich butter that can be preserved for a year or tnoi e I I JvTILiLiW$IGHTS DEALERS-I1301 TfilRTeeNTtf-MftlN. I dlACHlNlSTS N ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS LOUTSVILLe SMOKESTACKS VHfpSBF Sheet Iron and Tank WorK JOBBINQ WORK SOLICITED mierureiHiion re cor cause be understood the superior rect, tne Government. v ihe wisdom of keeping still. United States, as builder and "Well, one day that mule was owner of the canal, is either relost, strayed or stolen. Uncle quired to pay tolls for passage Billy nearly had a fit. He searchthroagh the canal of its vessels ed diligently all day long and at of war, or the vessels of war of the end of the day he was about other nations are entitled to pass ready to lie down and die. A without payment. t friend tried to help him. been contended by lr ihi L At the university 1 captured most of the prizes and when 1 finished mj course at the age of twenty was retained as a professor. One day I was called into the private room of the head of the university, who told me that the czar had sent for me to become a tutor for the imperial children and that I was to report at the palace at once. On arriving I was received by tha czarina, who said to me: "1 am too much Interested in tht welfare of my children to permit anj one but myself to give you your Instructions. The principal thing 1 wist to say to you is a warning. You will be thrown in with the imperial family on a familiar footing. You will meet a number of young girls of royal blood. If you are known to speak of love one of them yon will be severely punished." I knew very well what that punishment would be. I would be sent t Siberia to work in tbe mines. In Russia there is no law governing suet, cases, the emperor being an autocrat with power over life and death. I entered upon my duties with no great fear in this respect, for. having been devoted to study, the softer sez had not interested me. I should not have been so confident had I knows that one not given to appreciate girlr In general is the most liable to succumb when thrown in with one especial girl. I was thrown in with several princesses between fourteen and twenty. I suppose they knew as well as I the danger of falling into an affair with a commoner. At any rate, they all behaved themselves with circumspection, save one girl of seventeen, between whom and me the sparl of love flashed at our first meeting. The Grand Duchess Olga was daughter of a brother of the czar, consequently his niece. She came frequently to the palace and sometimes remained there for days at a time. After my coming these visits occurred oftener and lasted longer. For some time there was nothing spoken between us that might not have Jbeen listened to by any one. but even durin; this time the Grand Duchess Olga and I knew that we loved each other. One day cbe asked me to construe '. rInr-i for 'is. Standin? to-an- . t -- -- -- U t !.-- : i don't you advertise for 25T. " 'Uncle Billy,' he said, 'why any one who has discussed this It has never mule?' - AH -- Kinds of Machinery Repaired The Adair County News One Dollar a Year. Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer the paper saying that he's lost. That will bring him back if anything will.' "Uncle Billy laughed for the " 'Whyn't Ah what?' under certain circumstances be " 'Advertise. Put a piece in closed to the vessels of war of other nations, or that the war vessels of the United States are to pay tolls, or that other war vessels may pass through the canal without payment. Such an interpretation would prohibit the Government of the United States, the builder and owner of the canal, from embarking or disembarking troops within the Canal Zone, revictualing its own ship3 therein, or permitting it3 own vessels to remain in the waters of the canal or inside the three-mil- e limit beyond a specified time. Finally, it would prevent the Government of the United States from closing the canal to a fleet intending hostilities against the territory of the United States so long as it observed the rules during its transit. This is an interpretationwhich is not in accordance with the expressed intentions of the treaty, or with the change in the ground conception of it during the negotiations; and cannot be accepted without forfeiting the sur -- that subject that the canal may not in accordance with the teaty, he Adair County News and firstime that day. " 'White man,' he said, be tween chuckles, 'dat mule er a powerful smaht animble, he suah are but, Lawd bless you, he can't read de newspapaha!" a e The Cincinnati MM Weekly Enquirer Both One Of BOURBON POULTRY BKtf9yJML'v "arrhoea. and other chick diseases. One Hfc bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine A' all druggists. Sample and booklet on "Diseases of Fowls" sent FUEE. c50l,era- Bourbon Remedy Co. lexkgtan, throat cures & iew arops m the feapca. drinking water cures and down a chlcfc's CUkE Year Por Only $1.35 Enquirer is Important Point. Mrs. Ross was trans-Atlantic Subscription may be new or renewal ij I What the WeeRiy , "Onicklr relieyeg Rheumatism. Sore 21ns- ). AnmlfvSn ftnJ1'Jia1& TfAfA.Yta AOTfY all rains. Your'monev back if it falls to re lieve anr ache in anr cart of the body in! jutoea nnnuies tune. jrrice &vc. jLt jt.il JJruggists. . 342 East Main St., Free iraple and cirenlxr (est on reqnut. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY, Lexington, Ky. Rules for the Summer Re- - sorters. Do not blame the landlord for This will make he mattress. lard feelings, also. Be patient? with the canned1 something puzzles me exceedingly. How do you find your way across this immense ocean?" The Adair County News, "By means of the compass Columbia, Ky. madame," cheerfully answered the captain. "The needle algoods. Remember that they are ways points directly to the north. aged. "Yes,. I see," musingly re Praise your landlord's dogs joined Mrs. Ross, but' suppose unqualifiedly. They bark-be- you wanted to go south? -- It is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnine the world's events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. This grand Offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscribing for therabove combination right nbw. Call or mail orders to first naturally was as full of questions as a civil service examination. "You must pardon my ignorance, Captain," said the good woman bustling up to the boss of the ship oue day, "but there is makincr her voyage, and :., on :ii--order tu make H- i- nirdi i ' i it::i: l'. - :u :'n toil li f complete there should be bread to love mat a.l tin ice in .I 1 was unable to it- go with the butter, and this is not freeze hand, and so was tbe irrand my duchess. provided by the bread tree, That was the beginning. Not a word was spoken Then was not even then which flourishes in the islands of a glance between us. As for me. I the Pacific. The tree is of good dared not look at her. We were not alone and could be observed by others, size, with large lobed leayes and but no one could see that touch beneath the cover of tbe open book or fruit of a roundish form, from know of the strong current that passsoon as I ed between us. four to seven inches in diameter. stammered throughAs reading of had the tbt passage and I had no further excuse This fruit when baked, resembles to remain in that position 1 turned the bread somewhat, and is eaten b'y book over to her. It was only when I went to bed that the natives as such. realized tbe frightful night that abyss on whioh I stood. What shnI A boon to the weavy wayfarer I do? I could not fly from my charmer. To is the traveler's tree, found in being leave the czar's service without dismissed would be revolt. To Madagascar. It will grow in the remain would In? to leave a hopeless love for the mines. 1 slept little that most arid desert, and no matter night, but when morning came made resolutions for the future which I conhow dry the weather is, a quart sidered a solution of the problem. But days one of it of water always flows out when thewas not three aged before finding . little eiht. Olga "and the the stalk is punctured. The wat- in Grand Duchesstogether, formyself sport the same room er is pure, clear and pleasant to locked us in. This came upon me too suddenly for the taste. The leaves of the tree osolution "One kiss." I said "the first and th are from 10 to 15 feet in length. last." I put my arms her. drew In order to provide light for to me and kissed about she looking her ou her. tbe floor, frightened, but not resisting. their darkness, the natives of the Then darted to the door and rapped South Sea islands make use of loudly. An attendant unlocked it. and it so happened that when we left the the candle tree. Its fruit is room the czarina passed by. She lookus. The grand duched searchingly heart-shapeand the seeds when ess complained at the little prince, whe of re-in. and his had locked boiled make tallow that is excel- proved him. us Then, with amotherkini! few lent for candles. The natives words to the grand duchess and myself that assured us we were not in remove the shells, bake and the least to blame, her majesty passed on string the kernels and preserve That night I was awakened frons looking up, slumber by a them. Five or six of the kernels saw an official shake and. standing over me. "Get up." he said are enough to supply a good, I arose and dressed myself, asking clear light. my no questions. was quite-su- '. il i.!i l"- - :imt boofc u-- i witn-dra- w 1 prim-ess- -- I d r V 1 re Shake off Your Rheumatism. Now is the time to get rid of your cent rheumatism. Try a twenty-fiv- e sottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and dee how quickly your rheumatic pains bisappear. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad Tax Notice. Parties owing town taxes for the year 1914 are 'requested to settle at once. 6 per cent, penalty added Oct. W. B. Patteson, 1st. 32-t- f. Collector. kiss had been een and 1 was to be was taken sent to Siberia. But. no. to a railway station, given n ticket to the border, a passport and n.000 rubles. "Leave on the first train." said my conductor "and never luiwsyoiirself ' In Russia asain." I have never learned how much oJs what passed between me and the Grand Duchess Olga had become known. My final opinion wa this? The czarina when we came wit f.lh room in which we had been locked oaly for x moment read in our face? tfoat the'? was more between ns than oar ta ons warranted. Slio resolved te bre- - k it up. bnt was too kind hearted to lake a more seriotw .matter .of l ' banishment for me. th . t... - ., A, f. ,j"'.r 7 "A 1 7 Xi., AD AIR v& . THE the-under DAIE COUNTS grad-uate-clas- CTS came to Wash- ' ttv WH GOUKTY HES- - Pifclished Every Wednesday -BY THE - - Ateir County News Company. ( Incorporated.) HAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. Democratic newspaper devoted to the lOr Mst Of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. Metered at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-office as WED. JUNE 24, 1914 ANNOUNCEMENT. k For Judge of Court of Appeals. We are authorized "to announce BOLLIX HURT a candidate? ior Judge of tlie Court of Appeals, jn the Third district, subject to the action of the Democratic voters, expressed at the August primary. 'v ., The Democrats of Adair and other counties in this part of the Third Appellate district, are again reminded that Hon. Rollin Hurt is a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals in said dis trict, and that it will be necessary for all his friends to vote. It if. takes votes toicount in a primary. Beinglfor a candidate and failing to attend the "election would notjdo him any good. It is only about six weeks' until the primary, and in that length of -- rtlookecUhe latter part of last denWenrrilledin of arts and sciences e adjourn at Niaraga Falls with- in the United States. The next out accomplishing anything. La largest number is in courses in ter developements, however, en engineering, 801; medicine fol couraged the Commission, and it lows with 339; 303 in dentistry; announced that it would be in 275 in agriculture; and 256 in ' session two weeks longer with theology. Canada sent 653 Jstudents; the hope of bringing about a satisfactory settlement. The au- China, 594; Japan, 336; Mexico, thorities at Washington still be- 223; Great Britian and Ireland. lieve that peace will be restored 212; Cuba, 209; India, 162; Fin- land, 124; Germany, 122. Every in' Mexico. n country except mak-in- g Powers and Bosworth are French. Guiana has representathings hot jn, the Eleventh tives in this group of foreign Congressional district. They are students. The numbers range Mingthe papers of the district from two, in the case of Uruguay with all manner of charges, each and Paraguay through 43 for She claiming the nomination: Argentina, llj& for Brazil, to Bosworth says that his majority the Mexican total of 223 in Belt county alone will be two MAY MODIFY TARIFF. thousand, and that he will run There is a growing impression Powers to the nine hole in Knox, in circles here representative's that the tariff planB of the Adthe present home county. ministration as embodied in the , ses eek-Kk-- was-President-h- e Latin-America- well-inform- ed -- ington as a stranger to. the national leaders of his party. Therefore he endeavored to "make haste slowly" in the matter of appointments, just as President Wilson has done; with the result that a good many of the patronage hunting Congressmen held fast to executive favor, Cleveland and Wilson are alike in one respect, in that they are regarded as very amiable when under criticism. Mr. Wilson has exercised the same sort of influence over Democratic leaders of this day as Mr. Cleveland did over those of his time, and it may be that the beginning of open criticism has been marked by the attitude of Speaker Champ Clark and Leader Oscar Underwood, who have been the first to indulge in anything like plain talk to their chief. MR. BRYAN'S AMBITIONS. Beef and Milk A-ple- nty Cattle are keot for two Durnoses: for beef nm. duction and for milk production. To do either right 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 Ree Tlee MEDICINE stock Any time any of my cattle set anything wrong with them I jive them a few doses of B e e D e e STOCK MEDICINE. They soon eet well. ( lohflaCarroH. iMoorhead, Miss. Stirs up the liver Drives disease poisons away. 25c, 50c and $1. per can. At your dealer's. P. R2 a new angle to the argument that all socialism must fall, "be- cause it finds no substitute for the motive essential to arouse and make constant human effort that is furnished by the institution of private property and the shaping of reward by competition and natural economic ad- LOOK! Big Mid-season Ring Bargain justment. Bakerton. Fine 10k Solid Gold On Wednesday night we had Guaranteed for Life Assorted Stones Members of Congress are clamoring for an early adjournment, f but the President has informed Mr. Underwood, the Leader of the House, that the A trust bills must.be disponed of at this session. The majority leader said that would not only be done, but the the conservation bills would also be disposed of before ' ad- journment. Jim Frank'.Taylor, of Glasgow, former Surveyor of the ,Port, Louisville, is the Republican candidate for Congress in the Third district. He is without opposition for the nomination. The trouble in Mexico is not yet settled, but the mediators continue to work to that end. President Wilson is still confident that peace will be brought about. So mote Underwood bill will be modified1 in one important particular at least. The rumored change is one that can be made very easily if the President and Congress are so minded, for it will consist merely in eliminating the proviso at the end of Schedule E, which declares that after May 1, 1916, sugar shall be admitted duty free. Two factors are said to be influential in in time it will be impossible for Mr. Hurt to see all his friends in the counties composing the district, but he wants a large vote, and it is hoped that his friends are alive to his interest. Mr. Hunt's ability as a lawyer, and an upright citizen is hence.nofmistake will be made in nominating him for Judge of the Courtfof Appeals. The race at thisjlstage of the game looks.good for Mr. Hurt, but apathyjupon the part of his friends might work detrimental. Work and vote for Hurt is the watch word. twenty-thre- e well-know- n, it be. There are three candidates for Congress in the Eighth district. A Democrat, a Republican and a Progressive. From' Washington, DVC. BY The reserve banking system will necessitate the printing of more money, and the designs of the new bills are already in the lands of the Bureau of Printing and Engraving. These bills will be $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100. The bills will be of a new" and distinct variety and will be used by the Federal Reserve Banks. For this money acceptable commercial paper will be received from the banks by the Treasury. The new five dollar bills will be typical of agriculture. On the face of the bills will be a portrait of the martyred President while on the back Lincoln, J. E. JONES? Editor News: A few years ago much stress was laid upon that class of education which was ''finished of the bill will be shown a harvester machine and other em blems typical of farming. The $10 notes will have on the front a picture of former President Cleveland and the rear will exhibit a manufacturing scene. The $20 notes will carry a picture of President Jackson, and the rear of this bill will show scenes of commerce probably a vestibule flyer and a modern riv. er packet.. The $50 and $100 notes will typify the arts. The first will have a picture of Pres-- 1 ident Grant on the front side and the latter will show the visage of Benjamin Franklin. Black and green ink will be used on all denominations, which will be v uniform as to size. but "abroad" appears to have been moved from Eu rope to the United ?tates It is shown by official figures that the United States furnished only 351 students for German "finishing schools" and other educational institutions in 1913. Of these 328 were- - from northern states and twenty-thre- e from southern states. The number of foreign students enrolled at 275 American universities, colleges, and techniological schools in the year 1913 not only reached the surprising total of 4,222, but this was an actual increase of 577 over 1911. Travelers upon the boats going to, or coming from, South America, are impressed with the number of young men whose mission to the United States concerns the mat- ducing the Democratic leaders to look favorably upon this course. The first is the consideration that the revenue of nearly $40,000,000 from sugar, always the best revenue produced of the tariff list, will be needed to help fill the growing gap between government income and expenditure. The second is the result of investigations which the Department of Commerce has made into conditions in the Louisiana sugar fields, and which are now being extended to the sugar beet states. It is reported that the figures collected by the government experts show that the home sugar industry will be badly crippled by the free admission of foreign sugar. While the ' President is not likely to commit himself until the reports of his investigators are completed it is noteworthy that most of the talk of a possible amendment, of the sugar tariff conies Democratic sources. TABOOS hog cholera cure 17 A warning has been issued from Washington against the latest cure for hog cholera, which has been receiving much praiseworthy comment from the public press. The statement oT the federal government says that "it has no reason to believe in the efficiency of "any proprie tary cure for hog cholera and does not recommend it. "Under certain conditions it urges farmers to protect their stock with anti-ho- g cholera serum, but that is all. CLEVELAND AND WILSON. Secretary Bryan recently re- the best rain of the season. It vealed his early ambitions, and was a nice pentle rain which did disclosed during an address, more good than the one before proof that he has gone far afield it, but nop enough to raise the from what he anticipated would river. b& his life work. Mr. Bryan Corn is growing very fast and says: "I commenced with a de- - will soon be readv to lay by. aire to be a Baptist preacher. bl t wheat harvest is in , .,, . ., . , A, Before I was six years old I arm larmers tninK tney wm nave wanted to be a farmer and raise a orettv fair cron. pumpkins. My father was' a . '. '.," Liehtning struck Silas Steph- Judge, and I remember .the old , ,'. enson s Qwelhng and knocked court house where I used to listen some of the foundation from Unto cases. This ambition, guided ' der the chimney. me through my boyhood and colG. W. Brockman, of Amanda-event- s lege days." Following along the of his earlier life, Mr. vilIe- - was here yesterday on says that he "got into iness' He said he had been in years and politics by accident and stayed busiess twenty-fiv-e there by design." He says that the last two weeks was the dul1" when he was first nominated for he ever experienced in. that time. JParnsh Bros, are putting a Congress that thers was no thought that he would be elect- - saw and Srist miU at the mint ed. His comment was to the springs, on G. M. Dillon's farm, We are glad to know that Miss effect that "circumstances rule our lives." Mj. Bryan says he Mattie Baker is going to teach has gotten along so far in his Ian- - our schoql again this year. She guages that he is able to dream is the best teacher we have had in Spanish. Incidentally the for years. Secretary has practically com- Mr. Thomas Walker caught pleted arrangements for an ac- - SOme nice fish last night and we tive season on the Chautauqua are going to have a dining platform. g T Irvin and wife and Ut hope FOR conservation bills, tie daughter, Bettie Jane, visit-Theis a hopeful prospect ' ed at J. F. Lloyd's on Big Renox ' that the five conservation bills, last Sunday. including the radium measure "Ben Hur' is making regular and the Alaskan coal lands meas- trips since the river has gotten ures will be passed at this ses- too low for the" "Royal." Secretary of sion of Congress. Mr. Argo, with the Cumberthe Interior, Lane, and Repre- land Mfg. Co., of Nashville, sentative, Henry, Chairman of Tenn., was here yesterday. the House Rules Committee, have T. B. Brummett has moved been in consultation with Presi his blacksmith shop to Grider, dent Wilson, and have urged that Ky., as work was a little slack the conservation measures be here. aided to the House program. Children's Day at Parrish's The people of public lands states have long patiently waited for the government to act favorably upon their measures, and ic may be that the next Democratic caucus will decide to put these measures ,up to Congress. While They Last $1.90 Let us Show You Murray Ball Chapel next Sunday, the 20. Everybody is expecting a big time and dinner on the ground. Miss Lovie Glidewell has been visiting her sister, Mrs. K. T. 1 m -- bus-Brya- n Baker, Amandaville. Mrs. J. E. Morgan returned to her home at Albany after a week visit to her father and mother, Mr and Mrs. H. C. Parrisb, Howard's Bottom. Mr. James Cole has been on the sick list for quite awhile. Not able to do farm work. Miss Lois Dillon attended the teachers examination last week. Mr. Dallas Goff has improved so much that he can ride horse back without any trouble. He goes any and everywhere. A Mr. Dobbs, of Monticello, was here last week representing Frank A Menne Candy Co. to-da- y. re Dearing Cole has returned home from a trip to Texas and Bowling Green, where he has been visiting his brothers, W. F. and Walter Cole. Postmasters are done weighing mail for the present. It was a lot of trouble, and the worst of all nothing to it. Mrs. T. M. Glidewell is look- ing for her daughter in from Ft. Hancock, N. J. She will teach at Elliott's school house again this year. Misses. Ella Baker and Hytia Young spent Wednesday night at G. M. Dillon's. HOW THE WORLD "DO MOVE." It is not many years since the last international yacht race was held, but at that time it was not necessary for the Department of Commerce of the United States to make the regulations that have been issued for the coming races. These pertain to the transmission of wireless bulletins from the course during the progress of the race, as well as the taking of moving pictures. But one wireless press boat and one moving picture boat are to be allowed in the course. Ex-President ter of their education. These young men after graduation, have proven their benefit to the foreign trade of the United -- States through the demand they have created for the American articles to which theyj have become accustomed, and in their business and official life they quite universally specify AmerGov. Beckham was greeted ican equipment for foreign enwith large audiences at Greens-burterprise. and, Campbellsville last ' There .are 1700 foreign stu- week. g, -- The older politicians purport to see something of a similarity in the conditions surrounding President Wilson with those which brought so much trouble to Grover Cleveland, and Senator Vardaman, of Mississippi, in his speech upon the canal question, Think of the Company behind car and you'll realize why Fords and Government bonds are bought with equal assurance. Strongest financially world-wid- e in scope largest in t. We build volume of our reputation into the car and guarantee service afterwards. out-pu- suggested that the President has heard too much flattery and too little advice. This is a condition true to every President. The majority of public men who visit MR. TAFT ON SOCIALISM. the White House are seeking favors, and adopt the address of Taft in -- his Incourtiers. When Mr. Cleveland diana speech, has something of Five hundred dollars is tho price of the Ford the touring car is iive fifty: the town car seven liftyVf.o.b. Detroit; complete with equipment. Get catalog and particulars from The Buchanan Ljon Co , Incorporated, Campbellsville, Ky., agents for Taylor Green andAdalr counties. run-about; Jf w rV -- 4 tPfhT. fc THESADAlfeCOiWTT-NEW- S; &r A ' . '.sV'Sf -- yd, ('' ' J- - 4 vtJYiV.lji BAKING ABSOLUTELY the wheatharyest,aVdine shocks1are the thickest on thegrpiind T "rff s ever saw. ' radw ft . r VF 1 N T. J. Rosson transacted business in Columbia last Wednesday. POWER PURE Insures the most delicious and healthful food By the use of Royal Baking Powder a great many more artic1 5 of food may be readily made it home, all healthful, de licious, and economical, adding much variety and attractiveness to the menu. "Vrv receipts for all kinds of baking Address Royal Baking Powder, Co., New York. and cookery, free. The " Royal Baker and Pastry Cook," containing five hundred practical l - Last Saturday night, we had the worse storm we have had in years. It blew down t,wo cribs, two barns, shook several buildings, blew down all the wheat, hundreds of panels of fence and lots of trees. There was no one hurt. The storm lasted' about ten minutes. Ought Bryant visited at J. E. Rossens last Sunday. Corn is looking well, but meadows are the shortest for years. Several from this place attended the singing at Mt. Pleasant last Sunday, conducted by a Mr. Sexton. They certainly know how to sing. A 'n".tt l-JSa8r ' Mr. Eugerie Wethington and COMMISSIONER'S SALE. some one, passed through here lbf EVirloir in an anfn mrrniltp ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Farmers are busy cutting wheat OF KENTUCKY. fnme, and returned to Columbia and it is very fine through this Strong Hill, Pltf., V , Sunday. Breeding. ! 'Mr. 0. 'Gr. Hendrickson and Mrs. H. B. Simpson is visiting wife, of Casey Co., ' visited the ,, ratters parents, Mr: andMrs. W. lirBurKesv'ille this week. Our Children's Day went off P. Dillingham, last Saturday t sfine last Sunday, with a large and Sunday. crowd and plenty of dinner. Messrs. F. B. and Bram tPef- Every body seemed to enjoy it. rKins returned from Iowa,-lasMiss Bettie Strange; of Dirigo, week, where they went last is visiting Mrs. A. C. Fmedge spring to Work. A Miss Pedigo, a sister to the and Mrs. Lenis Reece G. Christie's wife, is Dr. Menzies, of Columbia, jsyas Rev. W. visiting in this section for a few at the hotel Saturday. -- Monday Bros, have'40 bushels -- Miss .Nina Simpson returned of soy beans to sow "this spring. Monday from Bowling jffreen, if it rains to soften the ground. where she had been in school", : section. Lewis Compton,&c. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the May Term, thereof, 1014, in the above cause, for the sum of two hunred two dollars and sixteen cents, with the'interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum from the 20th day of May, 1914, until paid, and 890.90 'costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale vs. ,1 Hon. A. 0. Stanley t at the t door in Columbia, Kyto the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 6th day of July, 1914, at one ' o'clock, p. m , or Court-hous- e Democratic candidate for the nomination for United States Senator, will speak in Adair County as follows: Breeding,, Thursday ' Q-lenvill-e, un.e thereabout, (being County Court,) up to-wi- , Mr. Lock and Mr. Hill were calling on our merchants Wed- days. on a credit of six months, the followOne ing described property, Bay horse about 15 hands high known as the Jake Nelson horse andif the sa:d horse fails to sell for enough to satisfy the said debt, Interest and cost, I shall proceed to offer for sale at same time and place, a certain tract of land t: 25; at 10 o.'.QlAck.arii. fc -- Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. "' Columbia, Thursday night, at 7:3.0 o'clock.,, " ' :! nesday. Dr. C. W. Froedge, of Barren county, was visiting his brothers, J. R. and A. C. Froedge, last week. Misses Bettie Strange and Elsie Froedge spent Saturday night at W. L Strange, of Picnic. Roy Turner attended Children's Day at Hopewell last Sunday. I V W. A. Coffey, Richard Dillon and Jim BreedMaster Commissioner A. C. C. ing spent Saturday night with Robert Baker. Local Market. Mrs. Robt. Royse and children Reliable Squab Journal, Versailles Mo. spent Wednesday at Rugby. belonging to Wolford Bros., died Eggs 12 Mrs. Annie Reece and little last Sunday, the 14th, with lock Hens 10 rr JjDMMISSIONER'S sale. daughter, Edna, spent Saturday jaw. He was amatural saddle Chickens 18 Cocks 3 ADAIR night with Mrs. W. T. Reece. i CIRCUIT COURT and harness horse and second to Turkeys 00 Mrs. Dock Fudge, who has none as a breeder. OF KENTUCKY. 6 Geese J. E. Burton Pltf. ) been feeble so long, died, June Miss Lura, a daughter of Mr. io! Ducks vs. Is!-Funeral services were held John J. Humphress, died at their Defts. ) Wool spring clipping. 18 J. A. Denton, & c. By virtue of a Judgment and Order on Tuesday, after which the residence in Knifley, June 15th. Hides (green) 15 of Sale of Adair Cirquit Court, renFeathers 40 body was laid to rest in the fam- interment in the Hardin grave dered at the May term, thereof, 1914 Ginseng 5 60 in the above ause, for the sums of ily burying ground. 'yard, near Watson. Cause, con- Beeswax . . ,... 25 $H9.2Gand $237.52 and 841.25 costs hereW. T. Reeca had a mule to get sumption. . Yellow Root 2 7fi in, I shall proceed to offer for sale at e door in Columbia, Ky,, very badly hurt last week. the Mr. Robt. Earles has moved May Apple(per lb) to the highest bidder, at Public AucMr. and Mrs. D. Ward "Den- his heading machine- to J. W. tion, on Monday, the 6th day of July, COMMISSIONER'S SALE 1914, at one o'clock, p. m., or there ton are on an extended ..visit'to Parnell's spring, near the church. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT """ about, (being County Court,) upon a Somerset. ' OF KENTUCKY. credit of six 'months the following deMr. A. C. Wheeler was p'ain-full- y A certain Mr. and Mrs. Cofer Reece Pltfs. ) , scribed' property, kicked on the ankle, one W. F. Flowers, &c , vs . tractpf land situated in Adair county, spent Saturday night in Edmon- - day last week, while trying to Addle ATenabl$, &c, Defts. ) Ky., on the waters of Dry Branch, of To-da- y. Gribbins and Miss Agatha White were married at Zion church, near this- place, June 14. A light shower fell here the night of the 13. Only sufficient for a day or so. Born, to the wife of Oscar Arnold, June llrh, a daughter, Iner. Mother and baby doing well and Oscar all smiles. The Rev. Winkles filled his regular appointment at this place, the second Saturday night and,Sunday. The noted horse, Rex Paull, Mr. Wm -- in Adair county, Ky'containing 50 acres, more or less, bounded on the Nor.th and West by the lands of J. M. Bragg, and on the East and South by lands of Peter Compton, being the" same land conveyed to defendant, Lewis Compton, by his father, Peter Compton, or sufflcienthereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approvedsurety or securities, must execute Bond, hearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Everybody Cordially Invited to be present at all the above appointments. RAISE PIGEONS Tliey Pay Dollars-vhil- n ' Chickens pay cents The yountr. 20 to 25 days old, sell for 40 to 60 cents each (according to the season). The city markets are always clamoring for them. li.ich pair of li3:oti.s will raise 1 8 ro VJ2 young a yar. They will clear you. above all expenses. $5.00 a year per pair. Thev breed the entire ear. Twenty minutes daily will care for 100 pairs. Always penned up out- of Hie way Very mall space required All this is fully explained in this month's issue of our Jonrnal; send for it J price 10 cts LJ nT( lHit4P1 tLUSTRO-FINISH i HANNA'S "Mad to Walk On" . ! is for floors, stairs, woodwork and furniture. It is all ready to use. Just dip in the brush and go ahead. i j It flows freely and evenly, and two minutes practice will make you an expert in its application. It makes old floors new, and no floor is so bad that Lustro will not make it clean, smooth, sanitary and beautiful. You can wipe up a Lustro floor with a damp mop water does not damage it. It is elastic and tough, and does not mar under heel nails, Court-hous- - c osiers. m. s ' y - to-wi- t: FOR SALE BY I- - A ton. pvtrirafcp a hnrsp. thatwas fast-.- - st KnifUy. 1 of Cane The health of this section is! Vallpv w viqirino- hor c ' r. vo"T7 errrH af fitna av--Mr. R. A. Corbin, last week. few chronic cases. Mr. Arnold, who represents Mr. J. T. Jones, who has heart dr(5psy, is very low at this time, fche J- - R- - Watkins Co., passed having to sit in his chair day and through here one day last week. A gentleman from Indiana is night, on account of smothering. Corn look3 well, but late plant- selling coal oil in this section, at ed meadows and young grass and 12c per gallon, to be delivered ! ened in a wire fence. Mrs. Polly' Corbin, spring oats are suffering for rain. Mrs. Ella Gose and daughter, Ollie, returned last Friday from a visit to relatives in Columbia. W. B. Hovious, of Lebanon, was in our town one day last week. the last part of June. Rugby. We have been having some cool weather' for the last few days, ivhich is fine on the har- vest hand. The people will soon be through virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the May term, thereof, 1914, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidin der, at Public Auction, on Monday, the 6th day of Xuly, 1914, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit of six mouths the following described property A certain tract of land situated m Adair county, Ky:, on the waters of Big Creek, near the town of Grady-villcontaining 5J acres mure or less, being the same land conveyed to Geo. W. Flowers by Cettie E. Nell on the 20th day of Jan., 1908. Fully described in the Judgment and order of sale2 Order Book N.o. 14, page 196. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or, secuities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be ,prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. CoffeyMaster Commissioner. By to-wi- i t: e, Green river, containing 12,0 acres, more Complete description and or less. boundary given in Judgment and Order of Sale, which is of record in the of; fice of the pierk of the Adair Circuit Court in Order Boot? !No, 14, page 214, to which reference is made For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bondf bearing legal interest from the day of sale until pajd, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. COMMISSIONER'S Jeffries Hardware Store, Columbia, Kentucky. T SALE. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. . Pltf. Hudson Lucy J. U. land situated in Adair county, Ky., on the waters of Bussell Creek, conVeterinary Surgeon taining 90fr acres, less 54 acres heretovs.- and Qentifct , ' .Deft, end of said fore sold off Robt. Hudson years experience. Special atteDtloa .J and tract to pay the debt of said Bank, given to Surgical' and Deatal work. First National Bank ; .Pltf. &C,said remainder will be sold Office at residence near Graded Sciool VS. v 1: the life estate of Mary C. Hud- building. Defts, Robt. Hudson, &c. PHONE NO. 72 By virtue of a-- Judgment and Order son. "For full description reference is of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- made to the. Judgment and Order of dered at the May terra, therecf, 1914, sale which is of record in the office of in the above cause, for the sums of the Clerk of the Adair Circuit Court in Order Book No 14, page 218, or $300 00 and $30 00 with the interest at sufficient thereof to produce the sums the rate of 6 per cent, per annum frcm the 26th day of May, 1914, until paid, of money so ordered to be made. For and $110.40 costs herein, I shall pro- the purchase price, the purchaser, ceed to offei for sale at the Court- with approved surety or securities, house door In Columbia, Ky., to the must execute Bond, bearing legal .inhighest bidder, at Public Auction, on terest from the day of sale until paid, Monday, the 6th day of May. 1914, at and having the force and effect of a one o'clock, p. in., or thereabout, (be- Judgment. Bidders will be prepared ing County Court ,) upon a credit of to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. six months the following- - described A certain tract of property, to-wit: tf. JOflES ii M ' f the-north-ea- st . sub-jecrt- o , . . v. wVMMi TBWABMK: COUNTY 'NEWS Thumb-Na- il i SSfc. Sketches. any- The 'v-- j. f' What are we mediating, Scrap Book How to be Certain of Prejudice is a hard thing to overcome, is at iplnion of thousands of stake and the reliable people liners your yours, prejudice then from menace and you ought to .ay it aside. This is said in the inter-j- st of people suffering from chronic :onstipation, and it is worthy of their attention. In the opinion of legions of reliable constipation imaginable can be cured by a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. You may not have heard of It before, but do not doubt its on that account, or because It hasmeritsbeen not blatantly advertised. It has sold very successfully on word of mouth recommendation. Parents are giving It to their children today who were given It by their parents, and it has been truthfully said that more druggists use it personally In their families than any other laxative. out where health be-:om- es 7 way? Burleson and His Fence. When Postmaster General Burleson ' was a member of the house he rushed into his committee room one day and sW Jv rJ, rfv"j Yi Seen that Irish' smile yet? announced that he had at last obtained the iron fence around the old Pennsylvania station in Washington. I keep constantly on bands a nice line Home rule did it. A cub reporter who happened to be a Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and June is iwith us likewise the present wrote a story about the fence Ladies Robes, also a nice Hurse. Lo- and after stating the facts expressed attion over Cumberland Grocers Co., monthly bills. the opinion that it would soon adorn one of the public parks in Burleson's - Cslambia, Ky. Phone 52 A. We believe in the man who district in Texas. The Texas correspondents wired the believes in his town. v story to their papers, and soon Burlewith Have we an army in Mexico, son was delugedthe cubtelegrams. Bun Encountering reporter. ,- ieson angrily demanded to know what or was it but a dream? he had written about the fence. H "What's the matter?" innocent! Bring along the June brides aBked the reporter. plus the bridegrooms. "What's the matter?" shouted Bur, leson. "I paid $125 for that fence at As long as a dollar' is spent in public 'auction: I paid $100 to have it painted black and have the tops gildthis town it stays here. paid $75 freight on it to my ed: home in Austin. Tex., where it was Send us in an advance notice to be placed on my home grounds. the matter? Why, now I've of your June amalgamation of What'sgive the consarned thing away!" got to Washington Star. hearts. Curing Constipation .., iie out. a lew or thousands showing the esteem in which Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is held. It is mild, gentle. not vinienf iit. salts or cathartics. It cures gradually and pleasantly so that in time nature again does its own work without outside aid. Constipated people owe it to themselves to use this grand bowel specific. Anyone wishing to make a of this remedy before buying it in trial regular the WaV Of Jl. rintPHflt at flffw ..antes rt.-- nna dollar a large bottle (family size) can nave a sample bottle sent to the home free Of eharirn hv jjimrvlv iiililniiiolni. "W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St.! Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. non-crininE' T- - PNEUMONIA I DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. 50c AND Better call it the "high cost of farms," Letters recently received from M. E. Mvers. Morrison. Tm nrA i n mersmlth, 118 W-- Chestnut St, Louisville. left me with a frightful cough and J had spells when I could hardlv breathe or sneak fnrintr 9n minutes. My doctor could not help me, duc j. was completely cured hy very weak. i J V J. E. $1.00 Cox, Joliet, TJ1. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. J. S. Jones. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY Daily v Courier Journal - $6.00!a Year Sunday We would be pleased to send the Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from now until the first of April for 50 cents. Or better still we will furnish the Adair County News, one year and the Daily State Journal until April last for $1.25. If you want to keep in in touch with the doings at Frankfort while the Legislature is in session, you should have the' State Journal. Special Attnetfn to Fus . Courier - Journal The gentle breezes of spring are sizzling in the bakeshop of summer. $2.00 a Year 'HSest Natioual '-- Bradstreet reports a decline in the cost of living. "Brad" is a gentleman. The white winged dove of peace is fluttering over Niagara, but it is some weary. 1 The Little Things of Life. Around the little things oC life A world of storm and sunshine lies, Tet those too busy seldom see The tired look in other eyes. Around the little things- of life A wealth of loving mem'ries center, And Joys undreamt of by the world - Birdseve view ol our Plant " Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fairprices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED MUGHE5' RESIDENCE. ON BURKSVILLE STREET. News - The humblest dwelling places enter. Around the' little things. of life. Connected by a thread so slenderAre long lost smiles and bygone tears Which helped to make our hearts mere " tender. - Joseph J H. Stone, w Attonev-At-La- " State News Local News Are those of which we cannot boast! Actions and words we think our best-H- ow poor and weak they are at most! More full of love. oh. may they be. Less full of self as in the past! Help us. dear Lord, to offer thee More perfect "little things" at last M. Wayman. Alas, how many things In life Will pradice in this and adjoining counties. -- Jamstown, : Kentucky i. 1 " I f t ' Took Him at H's Word. The late King Edward, who so highly appreciated wit. ' some one had d us in sometimes happened, even when, as of the joke went against himself, was once very neatly this Mexican ' "scored off" by a lady whom later he for Everybody Can it be possible that media- deservedly esteemed for her many good works. She had just been pretion stunt was engineered by sented to him and was somewhat nervAre you interested in what is ous. To put her at her ease his majthe Niagara Falls hotel keepers? esty said. "Oh. Miss . I want to . .taking place day byday all over have a long chat with you, but if i . the world ? If you are you NEED If you just simply must get should unfortunately bore you pray so." The king, who an rid of that dollar we"ll make he tell mecross examiner, wished was asadroit THE COURIER-JOURNAto certain the young lady's age, which he roic efforts to find a use for it. had no intention of divulging. "Yon If there is an agent in your Even the extreme heat of sum- have already said you were born al town give him'a trial order one ," said the monarch. "May 1 asfc good points. It boils in what year?" "You bore me, sir!' month Daily50'cents, with Sun- mer has its was the smiling reply, and his majesty the cussedness out of some peo- took the checkmate in the greatest day 75 cents. eood humor. " " " Market Reports Foreign News PoIiticaJ'News If we can't all be President, we can at least take a wallup at the fellow who is. We feel just a little as though gold-bricke- 1? X'r, i ' "!S&Qa'? AJ feu r G P. SMYTHE for i Largest in Dixie" Incorporated " " Everything W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., - HRE INSURANCE and REAL "war' t Louisville, Kentucky. ESTATe Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings. Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog EVERYTHING IN WHOLESALE ttsp; I . t. . r .- -v L. r to ple. N Gaze with becoming gravity In Mr. Thorold's "Life of Henry La town give order to the paper in bouchere" this story is The upon the young high school grad- Grand Duchess of Tuscanyquoted:a venhad which this advertisement aperable honor uate. He may become president years ofmaid ofShe had about seventy age. piercing black pears (you may get a special clubA few days ago a well known eyes and looked like an old post chaise Ifther9 is no agent in your Giddy Girl. - ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood , Bitters I stomach, head and back."' writes " ? I T. Alston, Raleigh, .N C. "and nr. PRICE 50 CTS. mi ALL DRUG 57DRES. I Made A New Man Of Him. I I "I was suffering from pain in mv I liver and kidneys U:rt not work right Z but four bottles ot Eiectric Bitter 3 made me fie" Jke a new man. ? :vao5TracaeGr---- v bing rate,) or sand the order rect to the Courier-Journa- l. di- ' r He was a very busy man. and she was a very pretty girl. She Insisted upon having a love letter every day. She got it "You write the loveliest letters, dear!" she said. "And when you are so very, vejy busy all the time I think it is splendid of you to think of me!" "I don't forget yoL" he replied. "My secretary has instructions to write you a letter for me to sign every morning. railway magnate. INCOUPORATED He is a most efficient and capable Louisville, Ky. young man." Huerta is at least something "And you don't know how greatly of a humorist. He demanded I appreciate the flowers you send me every week." jSesMence Phoncl3 B Business Pho e 13 P that the United States prevent "I'm glad you get them. 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The She speaks English fairly well, but ; . your Surveying correctly. after a minute or two she made a bad sweet scented flowers of July blunder, and the journalist was unHe has thirty-thre- e years ja smile. V J experience. Charges rea-Y- " and August will repay you a hun- -' able to restrain laugh?" madame asked "Why do yon ' Surveying if the English militant suffragette's ever get into the political retary?" -- , For S3.50 hold good for only a short time. If you ,want tokeep posted in politics and current events, subscribe now. jOome, 'b'f itfg' or send y oiri subscriptions- - to ' ; this office." . This offer-wil- l ' - ML DBU63STS F4 I li. H. JOfJES Vetevlcavy Surgeon and . 0ntit Special attention years experience. y i). 4 .- fonable. Phone 74 or write dred fold. Rubber Tires tMd- Pub-- : him. 4. , : T. , C. " Faulkner, Columbia, Ky. '' 3- 111 ' S? - 24tf lish made me laugh a little;" On and Guaran- - "Mon Dien," gasped madame; "my GoffBros. English made you laugh a little! But ' r" your French made me weep a lot!" "I'm awfully sorry," he apologized: "but as a matter of fact your Eng? given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School . building: PHONE NO. 7 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS srs- STOMACH TROUBLE FOR WELL DRILLER Kentucky Fair Dates. Record Wheat Irop. . Deadliest Living Thing. FIVE YEARS i Minority of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. I decided to 1 Hihes Wcwld Die, Brn take his advice, although any confidence in it. I did not have ht me-7- - Oie Helped Him to Recovery. have now been taking Black-Draug- The following are the dates will drill wells in Adair and I fixed for holding the Kentucky adjoining counties. See me beFairs for 1914, as far as reported. Latest n fore contracting. Officers of fairs are requested to machinery of all kinds. report to us any omissions or corPump Repairing Done. Give rections of dates: me a Call. Mt. Sterling, July 215 days. Harrod)sburg, July 28 4'days. C. YATES im-yrov- ed The Department of Agriculture predicts a wheat crop of 900,000,-00- 0 bushels, which, realized, will be 137,000,000 more than ever t There is nothing in insects 'or animal life to equal the virulence of the phalange and the activity of its atack. The tarantula, so horribly gay in the long hairs covering body and legs, compared to it is a tame thing. Every year it takes a very heavy tool in life on the steppes of Eastern Turkestan and Central Asia. One , Russian authority places the death caused among the Kirgizes by its sting as high a3 94 per cent., while amjng animab the ratio is equally as excessive. Resembling the spider' and of globular shape, the phalange has eight not very long' legs. It is of a reddish-browand its transparent skin is covered with long hairs. The mouth is formed by four branches, and the mandibles present four shsrp claws with which it inflicts the wound. When the insect bites iron, it can be heard. It is found in marshy lands, near water pools, too, and also in houses, for it shows a distinct preference for the neighborhood of human life. n, J. for three months, and it has cured haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using it. ad-tric- Berea, July29 3 days. Taylorsville, Aug. days. I In interesting from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes ht has been Thedford's writes as follows : "I was down with itomach trouble for "five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. - It Pomeroyton, Ky. es am so' thankful for what has done for me." Black-Draug- Black-Draug- ht THE Mt. Vernon, 43 Aug. 53 days. before was grown in the United States. Such a crop will represent one-ha- lf of the world's supply, thus making the United States in fact the granary of the world. Two favorable conditions have g contributed to this crop. First, the acreage was record-breakin- V J J V Leitchfield, Aug. 114 days. L0UISVILLI TIMES FOR 1913 Perryville, Aug. 123 days. Vanceburg, Aug. 12 4 days. CoIumbia,,4ugustJ8 4 days. times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, I tried different treatments, but they contains no t dangerous ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely did not seem to do me any good. I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. 6.4 per cent, larger than that of any previous year; second, weath- be would die. Thedford's He Black-Draug- advised ht, me to try and quit Get a package today. Only a quarter. " i- - BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER The woman who used to keep the windows closed tightly all the time now has a daughter who is such a fresh air fiend tbat she won't wear clothes when she goes out. old-fashion- ed Every man wonders why his thickheaded ancestors didn't setTHE tle in the heart of a big city about 300 years ago when propIS erty now worth $100 an inch cost one dollar a square mile. THE REGULAR PRICE OF LOUISVILLE TIM! ! $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR ORDfcl What has become of the Young people can.t wait for phonograph that used tomorrow to come. Old people to render "The Ravings of John would like to edge back yesterold-fashioned If YOU WiLL SEND TO US, YOU CAN GET Burkesville Aug. 113 dayr. er conditions have been favorHardinsburg, Aug. 183 days. able from the beginning. If Shepherdsville, Aug. 184 weather conditions so continue the yield may be even larger than days. present estimates. These con Stanford, Aug. 19 3 days. Lawrenceburg, Aug. 19 4 ditions are quite in contrast to those obtaining in other wheat days. Elizabethtown, A"u g . 253 growing countries in both Europe and South America. The pros days. pects there are for less than a Grayson, Aug. 29 4 days. normal yield. Should the AmerShelbyville, Aug. 263 days. ican farmer harvest well, his Frankfort, Sept. 1 4 days. wheat will bring him splendid Alexandria, kept. 1 5 days. Barboursville, Sept. 2 3 days. returns as export demands will Tompkinsville, Sept. days. amount to 250,000,000 bushels, days. if not more. Hodgensville, Sept. Scottsville, Sept. McCulIough?,, day. THE ADAIR COUNT! 103 days. Louis- 24 83 Kentucky State Fair, The Daily AND Louisville And The Times News THE LOUISVILEf TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR Adair Ls County It the best afternoon daily paper publish- ed in Louisville. is Democratic, FOR ONLY $4.50. prin- THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper ted anywhere. Has the best corps of corrtv. but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adah County News both for 4.50 per year. pondents. Covers the Kentucky field p fectly. Covers the general news completely. nearest tent or house. Seeming when walking almost as large as one's two fists put together, it runs very quickly, and when angered raises on its eight legs and boldly attacks. The moment one interferes with it he is sure to be bitten. About two minutes later the victim experiences a most violent thirst, and on drinking water expires almost immediately. If, however, he can intoxicate himself and inAlways Lead to Better Health Human hair gets its red color Serious sicknesses start in disorders duce sickness, the poison appears from an excess of sulphur in its of the stomach, liver and kidneys. to be partly neutralized, and composition. The best corrective and preventive after the application of this most is Dr. King's New Life Pills. They China now has more than efficacious remedy he or she may Purify the Blood Prevent Constipamiles of railroads and is tion, keep Liver, Kidnejs and Bowels recover. A 5,-960 not reduce the cost of living, but will certainly add materially to Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, the wealth of the country. The natural influence of such increase Sept 29- -5 days. of wealth is to induce more prosGlasgow, Sept. 304 days. perous times than some parts cf the country are now having. The Notes by the Way. American farmer may yet be In the handle of a recently de- -' able to claim greater contribu signed lorgnette is set a watch. tion to business activity than the and the miner Seventy per cent, of the world's manufacturer combined. cork is produced in Spain and Portugal. ville, Sept. 146 days. Horse Cave, Sept. 23 4 days. When the high winds blow in A record wheat crop combined spring and autumn, the phalange with export opportunities may quits its hole and invades the fi! in healthy condition. Give you better When, however, the insect's health by ridding the system of ferA twin spoon, each bowl of menting and gassy foods. Effective bite is but slight, and it has not which is perforated, has been in- and mild. 25c. Recommended by succeeded in spitting onto the Ad vented for many uses in cook- Pauil Drug Co. building 2,275 miles more. wound an infinitesimally small ing. Rotterdam is to have the world's largest artificial harbor, 766 acres in area and 28 feet deep The largest range finder in the United States navy has been ' Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. Always appreciates tractefrom Adair and LuKe Mcf.uke Says. Has the best and fullest m kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics b Horses don't; but girls always win on form. fair to everybody. It doesn't take the man who know it all long to tell all he knows. mounted on the battleship Flor- SEND YOUR SUBSCkIF ida. ' T10N RIGHT AWAY imnx'FA.ij Adjoining Counties and is constantly (or- - office: fering and giving to ail comers, Bargains in all Lines of goods'! ill send Dry Gcods, Clo:hing ff.nd;Show 0 Dr. . t James Triplet! DENTIST OVER PAOLLDRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 39. v It's funny how marriage will Edinburgh has established a monoyoly of producing and dis- make a red headed woman out of lotion. tributing electric current within a pretty blonde. To the healthy and unhealthy the city. The fellow who .believes that individual alike there is no more Motion picture film3 are cleansed it is never too late to mend, is dangerous sting in the world than that inflicted by the phalange or of dust by a. current of air in a always in need of repairs. machine' patented "by a Chicago This would be a fine world if "pachachung" (insect of the man. people would lendmore assist- eight legs,) soiled by the Kirghizes and Mongols. Stubborn, Itchy Skin Troubles ance and give less advice. white web, which hastens the work of the poison, there appears to be but little danger, though, invariably' use is made of the one specific remedy recognized by both the Kirghizes and Russians that is, the sap squeezed out of the madder plant and applied to the wound as a Cures oxtfice: phonb r "I coufd scratch myself to pieces" any point, hy Pareels Post prepaid. (jan is often heard from sufferers of Eczema, Tetter, Itch and similar Skin Any goods not satisfactory ba re- A i ft 1nrftirvif. i R Eruptions Don't Scratch Stop the turned by Parcel Post, if in seven days Rafter sent out Woodson Lewis i v frww.. Mmiill imrt-inrrati tlttl. LstPM joapi. J ujC iirtajr thini snrj Hea'ing and Cooling Medicines. Mrs. lor .'.(, br.t t.5 HtUj fcnl 3i Ut' i-cK tain 1 in'i'i too bit pi Jaor ciodioiuo I atrer itiM I O. A. Einfeldt, Rock Island, 111 , after ' j nsing Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment writes: "This ls the first time- - in nine There, ain't no such animal as the summer is over. It has no superior for the. purposes for which it is in- years I have been free from the dreada man whd.is as perfect as his j,toded.. Buy it. now? For salerby? M 50c Rec ' ful ailment Guaranteed ' C. JE, if aitiuio. Juy aa, V. 7u . 2fi "WW i :rvrrr i. ii'r a wife expects him to be. ommended by Paul DruttCn. iawlifsPis! 1 i'-"- ti DR.X3NC3 wwp Itching ub once with Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment. Its first application starts healing;, the red, rough, scaley, Itching skin is soothed by the may not be a Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dwise man but 'the world always iarrhoea Remedy. gives him the benefit of the Every family without exception doubt, should keep this preparation at baud ' A henpecked man's ways of during the hot weather of the summer asserting his independence is to months. Chamberlain's Colic, Choi-et- a and Diarrhoea Remedy is worth slam the door hard when he many times its cost when needed, and leaves the house. is almost certain to be needed before A silent man '. ; -- - . X - .' HJET o A ADAIR county-new- s fir i Grady viile. -- Ozark. '1 Dirigo. ' 3 .j. WU4VT. !4I The weather has beeh'rernaU- this community1. l It ;tjg f "exfor'a Williams, died suddenly one:. day .. ably cool for the past week. ! good. Corn looks wellvcpnsidpr-in- g last week. Mrs.'W. B. Dulin is in a very , the dry weather. Rev. T. J. Jesse praeched an critical condition at this time. Much sympathy is extended1 to interesting sermon here last SunG. E. Nell spent a few days in Mr. and Mrs.- - P. M. Bryant. day. He and Rev. N. R. Roach We! Louisville last week. They went to Illinois two months will' preach here the second SunStrong Hill and John Holladay ago to be at the bedside of their day in each month. spent a day or so in Edmonson daughter, Mrs. Elmer Jarrett, Mr. R. A. Epperson,. Roy, vis old county last week. who was buried Tuesday. Mr. ited relatives here a day or so u Mrs. J. 0. Russell and Mrs. J. and Mrs. Bryant are broken last week. D. Walker, of Columbia, past down. J. G. Campbell made a busithrough here one day last week, Mr. Elmer ,Jarrett, who ac- ness trip to Glasgow one day enroute for Nell, where they will companied the remains of his last week. spend a few days visiting rela wife to this place, has returnee We can get Repairs for most all Binders and Mowers made E.zy "Pierce and Elroy McKin- tives. to his home,at Champaign, III. iney, juraDenana county, aid Will Baker, in company with Mr R. S. Bailey,, of Craycraft, business here one day last week. his mother, visited relatives at was thrown from a mule one day Miss' Ocey Epperson, Roy, is Lyletown a day or so of last last'week and beriously hurt. spending a few weeks with her week. Mrs. Steve Ant)e and son, of sister, Mrs R. L. Campbell, this James, the son of Mr. and Russell Springs, visited Mr. Solplace. Mrs. C. 0. Moss, was on the sick omon McKinley and family last Notice Public Dr. Bolin, Glensfork, made a list a day or so of last week. week. General BiacKsmithing professional call at this place one The Adair County Spoke Co. , Mr. E. A. McKinley has reBuffgy. Carriage and Waeon Repairing neatly day last week, done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Special are moving their machinery to ceived a new box for his threshattention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and They er. It is our understanding that this place this week. Mesdames A. O.'and Finis Basatisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near X.. & N. Depot. will be ready for work in a few hebas rented his machine to Mr. ker, Aoiandaviile, visited their PHONE SO. o days. Mont Conover and Mr. Olie Mc- aunt, Mrs, Lucy Campbell, of JEFF PARSON, The wheat crap is about all Kinley, who will start with it this place, one day last week. Campbeilsvirle, Ky. harvested in this section, and about the first of July. Mr. Buford Estes, Beck's Store we are glad to say that there is Mr. John White bought last did business here one day last the weather. They do not supa very large crop. Some of our week a nice bunch of hogs from week. ply enough heat, the one thing farmers will make any where J. L. Conover, for 5i cents. Mrs. G. B. Breeding, Breeding, that causes all our weather it's from one thousand to fifteen Mr. Jesse Bryant is engaged in visited her sister at this place changes. " DON'T experiment with unknown or cheap paint; are too couy, absolutely Mantle rinlif ilf tt ahrt anrj von hundred bushels. sheep trading. He has contract- one day last week. assured of best results and lasting satisfaction. To most people the above reasMr. L. Akin, of Sparksvill., ed for quite a lot to be delivered Let us show you some fine color, combinations and tell you all Mose Wooteh did business in oning may seem quite sufficient GUARANTEE under which Mastic Paint about the was in our midst last Friday and the first of July. sold by us and backed by ;its makers the old reliable firm of is Russell county la3t Tuesday. arid conclusive, but there is still reports everything moving along T CO., o! Louisville, Ky. Maupin & Co., will complete another and an entirely different nicely in his community, with a their set-o- f sawing on Mr. Bill Do the Planets Affect our Weath- - method of testing, the whole very' large wheat harvest just Floyd's place this week. The question. We can observe the h er? "Homes and How to Paint Them." This valuable book over, with a good quality of contains fine illustrations andpracticaladvice. Ask us for it lumber belongs to Mr. Walker positions of the planets and the wheat. Bryant. kind of weather during each poPAULL DRUG CO., (Washington News Letter.) Misses Nell, of Columbia, who Misses Smith and Wilson, of Kentucky One of our correspondents sition and see whether the same Columbia, have been visiting friends and Mt. ,Pleasant, were guests of wishes us, to tell him through the sort of weather always comes relatives in our town and com when the planets are in the same munity, for the past week, re- Mrs. Tennie Smith at this place. News Letter whether the posi position. WA This kind of examinaIa3t week. tions of the planets have any turned home last Friday. tion has often been made, both on the weather. Mr Jake Gabbert and wife Messrs. McKinney & Bishop, for the planets and for the moon A few people strongly assert who have been sawing a large visited Mr Jeff White and farri but not the slightest influence of that-the- v do. while mahv others. llliilllllllllllllil llnTtTTrTTrTnTl amount of timber near this place ily last Sunday. havefeither upon our weather has for Messrs. Durham & Hicks, of Mr. L B Maupin and family like our correspondent, ever been found Greensburg, have finished up were guests of Robert Maupin their doubts, but are willing to To sum up: We have every O. B. Hurt and Jesse Stear- - the new road law the poorest be "shown." Those, however? one yard of 350,000 feet. We and wife last Sunday. reason to believe that neither man, our hucksters, make their county in the State will be able y who have given the subject care understand they have closed their Mr J. C. Montgomery, wife. ful attention are positive that the planets nor the moon can regular trips here every week to draw for road purposes as mill down and will not saw any and son, visited Mr. Bell and none of the plannets, nor even have any appreciable ;affect on hunting for our eggs and", chick- much from the State treasury as more for a: few months. family, of Columbia last 0Sun- -, the moon, ever has any appre- the weather, because they, fur ens. I think O. B can fcatch the county of Jefferson. All of Mr. Henry Baker, one of Sparks-vill- e day. nish so little heat upon which all more chichens in five minutes the counties n the Eleventh Disciable effect on the weather. are pauper counties and y good citizens, died on the weather changes- ultimately :de- - J than any other man in Kentucky trict As a.matter of fact all weather one of them, therefore, will Mr. and Mrs.. .Kent Bryant morning oj the 19th with dropsy. pend, and this belief is fully .the farmers would work as draw for road purposes from the If were guests ot W. G.,Roy ' and changes depend ultimately upon He was 50 years old, and a man supported by weather records. much every week in the year'" as State Treasury more than they temperature differences. The wife, last Sunday. that was well thought of in The belief, still to be found in they have this week in five years they pay into the State Treasury There will be singing atShiloh temperature, as we know, con- all countries, that in which he resided. they would all be millionaires. for that purpose The great mastitutes of itself a most impor-taHe was a member of the Meth the first. Sunday afternoon in Juand the moon do affect the This has been a week of worth jority of these counties will draw weather factor. Another from three to five dollars where odist church. His remains were ly. weather never had any scientific The wheat is all'cut and most of they pay in and equally important weather one The general interred m the cemetery at An basis whatever; it is only a rem- the conris clean and looks fine principle of the road law is the Our. schools will open the first factor 'is rainfall. But to obtain , tioch church. nant of the many superstitions to be planted so late. Monday in;; July. Mr. Albert rain it is necessary same as the school law. it is first to evapoMr. Dan Wilson, the Bryant, New Clear Spring; Lan-de- .r rate foater from the surface of generated and fostered by that n The health of the community jgell known that the counties of Congressional Bryant, Oak Grove; James the earth, and this, as every one other and greater superstition, is good, no one sick that I know: fertilizer man, of Horse from the State School , astrology. ,Cave, was in our midst one day Hayse Breeding, Concord; Joe knows, requires heat of at present. Some of the bdy$ ffind from three to five dollars Still anlast week. Mr. Wilson reports Calhoun, Dunbar Eula Morris. have got heart trouble and the Where they pay in one on the other important factor is the diRowe's X Roads. his business good, if anything-bloody flux, bun "fust as quick ,as State School tax. It would be Miss Etta Bryant, who has rection and force of the wind, better than usual. Well, the best news that I know Judge Carter goes home they will just as hear true to charge that been suffering with rheumatism, and this, heat, for the people of the Eleventh ConMr. Henry Parson .and family, is some better. the winds will not blow unless of is that Bill Cook and myself be as "well as common. gressional District were forced former citizens of our town, who the temperature is different at got done planting corn this under the law to pay' school rax Mr. Olie 'McKinley was on the are now living at Liberty, are one place from what it is anoth- week. We hope to have few rost-in- g Caleb Powers Makes Bad BreaH todu6ate the children in the sick list last week: ears forChristmas. visiting their relatives, Jn our Blue Grass as it is to charge that er any more than the air will (Elizabethtown News ) . Mr. Kent Bryant has been they are to be taxed to build town this week. Mr. P arson is We have had good rains this draw upa chimney when there The fight for the Republican roads in the BlueJSraas. I quite sick for several days. engaged in the milling business ' wejefi$ Everything looks lively. is no fire in it nomirfation in the Eleventh Con-- ' to "be made an Mrs. J. T. Bryant seems a litin Bis tow'n and he inCrpgs look fine. The wheat is Since then the heating of gressional District between Con- "between Mr Boj.vorth and tle better this week. formed us that he was parts of the earth and its all in the shock; Tne most of gressman Caleb Powers and. Senthe Senator from Bell with his position, and althe wheat is good' Winter oats has all the advantage of it. iir Mrs. Morris remains about the atmosphere to different tempera- ator Joe Bosworth fs none of our the people of the Eleventh D.s so his family were pures is the real cause of the are fine. The Irish potato crop fight. same. It is our fight,, however. trict know that no part of the ,. is nearly a failure. We are always glad to know Mrs. Sytha Conover is very winds and of all weather changes whe Powers undertakes to con- State will be more benefitted oy when any of our people that can it follows that the moon and the Needmore, No. 2K is doing a demn State aid to roadu because State Aid to roads and that th v feeble. get nice positions with nice sal- planets, can affect the weather thriving business. We sell as Mr. Bosworth supported thsft will be called upon to pay t le Mr. Ike Montgomery, who has , ary. only sO far as they supply heat. much as 15 cents worth of goods measure. If Mr. Powers Is quot smallest part of the tax of any "been in poor health for a long Congressional District in the . How, according to accurate everyday. Misses McFarland, of Colum-"bia- ,ed correctly ne said that under .toiatife around some are spending this week with 'timieisajye, .measurements made with the ;Tg colored' brethren had, as the State Aid bill the people of State; The maximum amoufc that any county can draw fron Misses Ora and Mallie Moss, of now. ;mos.t i delicate instruments, th(T fine'la decoration last5 Saturday his district would be taxed to the State is $10,000 per anaun.i our community. amount of heat sentto-thearth at Mfmtpelier as I ever was at help build roads in the Blue while the average to be paid r y I keep ''on hands a full stock of', by J.. F. Pendleton, the we)l-- cotfins, caskets, all the planets and also by The crowd was large and the Crass,, country, The reverse of taxation in the counties of this and robes. I also keep fcndwjvstock iran.of Greensburg,k Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and the, moon is insignificant in com veryrbestof order. v EveryVone. that is true. The people of the district will not exceed $2,000 a was in our midst last Friday. year. In Caleb Powers' bad two neatees. Prompt service night or parison to the amountthat comes' tr'iedto do their part to make the Blue Grass and other rich secMessrs. Yates & Cheatham, of day Kesidce Phone 29, office break he has put a noose around from he.sum Hence we could, occasion s success in every way. tions :of the State will be taxed his neck MilltoWn, were in our commun--itylas- t jruuuvjroi ..,;, ' Jor, Joe Bosworth to :..-htwelve present pnn.Ux i iA ;A ;T. K, Triptett, - cu Efe 'not expect either the planets op There-werweek buying, lambs at 45rl yr tvixn in tiiA.A.. ruib Ad N 'Oolmnbisc Kf "&& ,7.themarket price; .the modh:.'.jjrMaJy Ip'.ftfEJhl' trorrv C Wheat cutting is '' about overjiij V V- vV ;; o'- - :. ' v ' A AilfUC-lliai- An v..s .. (2. KaIawmma. Is. VGUUlglUB' T 4 i ! . . , 4 THE save your big Wheat Crop. also have the Mowers, and Rakes. Get our prices before you buy Look over your 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 4 O ' 4 4 6"Q"fr9"9"Q04'"Qfri 40$0$$$&4$$ to the iiiiiiiiiiiipiiiiiiii riVitfiii P.-ii- -- Insures Satisfaction r . : IRON-CLA- D PEASLEE-EAULBER- . Free Illustrated Book . . m I ef-.fe- ct gv-er- - the-plan- ets n; well-know- the-Elevent- h Dis-trict'dr- aw -- , too,-requir- es ' tnia-charger-s dif-iere- nt Vlry-Power- s well-pleas- ed well-please- d. -- e brfh-sfevos.:- ; : - .. J - . ..: &;i& v m t i m' -- . - .1 'KJ . - .. ,!,, yj K . (.i-..- j .