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NUMBER 35 GONE TO HER REST. Old Memories Continued. Wallace Macel McLean. Secret Out. A marriage Personals. Dulin, at Union church, Friday. been kept a seMr. and Mrs Hugh Noe, CampbellsMr. H. C. Walker returned to his McLean, age two months and two cret for several weeks, has just come ville, were in Columbia the first of the to the ears of a -- News man. He has home in Bradfordsville Monday. weeks, died on the night of the 26th week, meeting their many friends. of June Death came to the little one been reliably informed that Mr. J. C. Mr. G. F. Jones, Jamestown, was contractor, and here Monday, of' the night, the par- Miller, the in the darkness Mr John Lee Walker left Friday en route to Louisville. i ents, being unaware that the Grim a gentleman who has made friends in morning for Burkesviile. He will Reaper had entered their home and Co.lumbia, since the building of the Mr. J. F. Patteson and his three spend a week or ten days in that town, taken the youngest of their children Baptist church and the contract to little daughters, Margaret, Helen and return with his wife and little dormitory, Lucile, spent Sunday at the home of son, untU the next morning when the fa- erect the Lindsey-Wilso- n John A. Ritchey, who have been Mrs. Lena P. Mr. aud Mrs. Luther Williams, Mont- ther went to the bedside to awaken called him here, and visiting Mrs. Walker's father for sevlittle Wallace and found that the lit- - Miller, of Crocus, a lady highly re- pelier. eral weeks. lte spirit had taken its flight into the spected, were married some weeks ago. Drs. B. F. and James Taylor, of Mr. H. C. Walker, of Bradfordsville, great beyond. The physicians said The contracting parties kept their East Fork, were here Monday. visited his sisters, Mrs. Emily Burton was union a secret until a few days ago, death was due to convulsions. It Mr. D: E. Hatcher and his son, Jo, aud Mrs. Mary Caldwell, this place, a sad; blow, but the workings of Provi- and now thata few have caught on, of Glasgow, were here Sunday. last week. Mr. Walker is a native of no objections, in our judgment, will dence are hard to understand when Mr. Reed Shelton, who has been Adair, having been.'horn and reared on our own homes are visited and our be made to the News giving the affair to the public, and at the sa,me time teaching at Mitchell, South Dakota, Big Creek, near Gradyville. He has hearts torn asunder. But Jesus in many friends in this count), and all isafhome for the summer. talking of little children makes some extending its best wishes. who had the pleasure of meeting and comforting declarations to fathers and Mr. Howell Tatum, of Louisville, snaking his hand were glad to see him. Notice. I mothers who are bereft of their little representing the Union Central Life Mr. Melvin White, who has an enones. He sad: "Suffer little children Insurance Company, was here a few gagement to teach the school at Hocome unto me and forbid them not, to All persons having claims against days of last week. ley, this county, arrived from North for of such is the Kingdom of Heanen. " the estate of W. A. Helm, deceased, Mr. Jo Miller, Crocus, visited rel- Carolina any of you offend one of are hereby And again, "If the first of last week. He notified to present same to these littleones,it is bettler that a mill- me, properly proven as required by atives in Columbia a day or two of started sick and was sick when he reached die county, but he has fully stone were hanged about his neck, and law, at my residence in the town of last week. Mr. and Mrs. D. Ward Denton ar- recovered. Mr. White has thirty-seve- n he was cast into the sea." Columbia, Ivy., on or before the first years experience in teaching rived here from Somerset, Wednesday Jtsus loves little children and when day of September, 1914. he takes them out of this world in their night. From here they went to Bree- and as Adair is his native county, hi3 F. J. Barger,.Admr. ding. In a few days they will remove desire is to do some school work' in it. innnocent childhood I believe it is for purpose of centering the minds of to Picnic, this county. the Misses Bettie Lee and Sallie Ed Hay Ride to the Country. and mother on Heaven where father , Butler, are on an f extended visit to Mrs. Mary LeeFrazer, of Middlesbo-rotheir little one is causing them to a lady who has mauy friends in Gretnsburg, Campbellsville, Hodgenr prepare for a joyful reunion up there Last Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. this, her old home town, arrived Sat- ville and Paducah. On their return on the day of resurrection. Pres Miller who live three miles" out urday afternoon for a few weeks' visit. from the latter city, they will be acFred at town, on Jamestown road, gave a She stepped withJMrs. J. O. Russell. companied by Misses Burnley. Coakley social. All the young people in the and Cowherd, and will visit Dawson Mrs. Robert Gowdy, of CampbellsA good. Band will furnish music at neighborhood attended, and a hay Springs and lammoth Cave. They the Fair Grounds July 4th. Every wagon load went out from Columbia. ville, spent last Wednesday night with will likely be awayjtwo months. body come, bring dinner and enjoy the Those who attended reported that it hersistpr, Mrs. W. T. Ottley, leaving day. was one of the largest gatherings ever for her home Thursday morning. Hung Jury. seen at a social, and it afforded much Miss Virginia Tupman, who conpleasure to all ,who put in an appear- ducted a millinery establishment at Masonie Hall Dedicated. ance. The hay wagon ride from Co- Carthage, Tenn., last season, reached The case of the gCommonwealth lumbia and return was also very en home a few days ago. In the fall she against Silas Sullivan, charged with Last Wednestay afternoon the Ma- i joyable. will go to Nashville, having accepted being implicated in removiug indictnear Clear sonic Hall at Oak Grove, a position in that city. ments from the Russell countcircnit Spring, was dedicated. The usual Special Notice. clerk's office, was tried at Jamestown dedicatory ceremonies were dispensed Mr. J. E. Snow, of Russell Springs, with and the time occupied in making no better citizen in Russell county, last week. The jury failed to agree. Ten were for acquittal and two for appropriate talks. Quite a number All parties who are indebted to the was here, on business a few days ago. conviction. of Mason?, members of sister lodges, late W. L. Walker, either by note or Mr. Ed N. Caldwell, District agent were present Those who attended account, are requested to call at the Picnic at the Columbia Fair Grounds from Columbia were Gordon Mont- store and make payment, as the out of the Northwestern Life Insurance July 4th, 1914. gomery, S. H. Mitche)), Walker Bry standing business must be wound up. Company, was here a day or two of last week. ant and L. W. Staples. me lodge i& Z'ZV. j Mrs. Tola Walker. : Ice Cream Supper at Zion. ,' Hood Lodge, and about two known as Mr. W. P. Nunually, Horse Cave, place was years ago the meeting A Meeting at Mt. Gilead. made his regular visit to Columbia removed from "Egypt to the present last eek. The Sunday School at Zion will give location. There was dinner on the Mr. W. H Gill, of the firm of Wag-geu- an ice cream supper and lawn social on The pastor and Bro. C. Turner will . ground for every body, quite a numCollector. & Gill, was in Louisville last the church lawn, Saturdry envening, A report having been circulated that ber Being present who were not mem- begin a series of meetings at the Bap- week, purchasing foods and selling to- July 4th, from six until ten. The proEvan Loy had lost lost his mind was a tist Church, at Camp Knox, Green bacco. He reports When Mr and Mrs George MoLean bers of the fraternity. that the pric of ceeds to go for the purchase of an In company with Mr. R K awoke last Saturday morning they mistake. county, Monday night after the first organ. Every body invited. Young he w;is spending a night on were terribly shocked to find We solicit the at- tobacco is advancing. Sunday in July. For Sale. their Committee. Cumberland river at the home of WilMrs. Lou F. Miller, who fell and tendance of rhe entire community oungest child, about three months old, lis Bledsoe. During the day he had dead. O. P. Bush, Pastor. iiurt one of her limbs, two weeks ago, Messrs. F. L. aud Luther Wilson, It is supposed that it smother One male hog about 20 months old, smoked eight or ten cigars, and he ed to death, as was perfectly well" is improving, but she is not jet able it at Russell Springs, reached here last became very nervous aud left the bedtime the night before pure bred Poland China, and and a to move about with ease. For Sale, Cheap. Wednesday forenoon .with three new It was good one, 2 male pigs pure bred and 1 home When he got some distance buried in the city cemetery late SatMessrs. Milt Malone and James A. Ford machinesthat they purchased in from the dwelling, he became be- urday afternoon. Quite a number of sow pig. All tip top in every particuwere here Louisville, Monday. One of them is house, 2 acie lot, fine Barclay, Campbellsville, wildered, and lost his way. He was sympathizing lar, also three pure bred gilts due to Good friends were present. owned by F. L. Wilson, one by Luther necessary out- - several days of last week. found next day perfectly at himself, farrow in August. If you want a well, good barn and all Wilson, and the third; one by W. H. buildings. Handy to school, and at this time he is entirely well Mrs. Sallie Butler is on a thirty The Gazette is the name of avnew Poland China this is your opportunity. Irvine. The addition, gf these three. t. E. L Sinclair, Too many cigars and cigarettes . day visit to her C. S. Harris d home in Democratic paper which stated at machines make five owned in Russell Columbia, Ky caused the trouble. Mr. Loy Green county. Glasgow last week. The Held was Springs, and other residents of the does not drink, the only injurious habHelm Nominated. covered before it started, evidentIt is reported that twelve or fifteen Fred aud Alice Jackmau and a town expect to buy. it he had being smoking, which he ly the editor of the new but. publication huunred people were at Tabernacie younger sister, who are being educated has quit. thinks otherwise. However, we wish Mr. W. P--. Myers, of this place, was Congressman Harvey Helm has been last Sunday. The new church .build- at the Masonic Homej arrived laat the Gazette success, and have placed nominated for Congress in this dis- ing was dedicated by Eld. .1. Q Mont- week, to spend the summer with their appointed lsfc ttesk by Gov. Mr. Morgau Edrington, who was a ib on our exchange list. a member of the Board, whose trict on the Democratic ticket in view gomery, who delivered a most inter- mother. citizen of Campbellsville, died recently at St. Anthony Hospital, Louisville, of the fact that no opposition devel. esting sermon. Dinner was spread Mrs. H. V. Denver left Tuesday duty will be examine chaflffours, Get your measure taken for a new oped to him. His certificate of nom- on the bround and there was a suffi where he had undergone an operation morniug for Bowling Green, where touching their qualifications and habsuit, at Garrison Bros. They measure ination under There she will spend four weeks in a Sum- its to drive automobiles. This law new amendment to cicucy for all in attendance lorgallstone. His remains were brought the for the Royal Tailoring Co. A fit was passed by the last Legislature. home for interment. He was an exthe primary law has already been is were fifteen sheep, quite a number of mer school. guaranteed. When in need of gro- sued. Of course hams cooked, andchickens slaughtered cellent citizen, and had many friends he will win iq a walk Mr. Presley Olark, of Bowling Green, Mr Myera'left for Frankfort the first ceries call our store. 'Phone, No. 192 it; by the dozens. throughout Taylor county. He was 34 2t. November and The News, like all brother of Mrs. O. M. Russell and Miss of last week where he met the Garrison Bros. of the board, and an organthe father of Mrs. James Arvin, who other good Democrats, will support There will be good horse tand mule Nettie Clark, is visiting in this place. ization was perfected. spent nearly a year in Coulumbia, him cheerfully. was accompanied to Columbia by races at the 4th of July Picnic at the Ho making many friends. This town is Those desiring to bid on the Graded Mrs. J. L Green, of same city, who is Columbia Fair Grounds. Mr. fame Kelsay has sold his inA Card of Thanks. in sympathy with her and other mem- School gymnasium, will find the plans an aunt, and who also is visiting the and specifications with Mr John Flowi terest In the" Kolsay Bros., store, lobers of the family. ers, Pres. School Board. The Board A new postal money order system Russell family. cated near the roller mill, to Mr. Hen reserves the rights to reject any and We desire to extend to onr neigh- goes into effect the first day of July. Mr. F. L. Daut, who is connected rj Hudson. The inventory is" hai bd Rev. O. P. Bush, the able pastor of alall bids will with the Farmers' National Bank, ing tahen. The retiring Kelsav will the Columbia Baptist church, cccu any bids Sealed Wednesday,be received bors and friends our most heartfelt Under the new plan a money order time from July 1st, aud sincere thanks and gratitude for though drawn on a specified office, Lebanon, and Mr. T. M. Turner, of I ncely remove to the State of Texas, pied the pulpit here Sunday morning .35-I- t p m., Friday. July 3rd. their kindly assistance during the may be cashed at any money order Campbellsville, were here last Friday. but for a while his family wil! be at and evening and at the South Camp- to 4, hour of sorrow in our home, the death post office within thirty days of its. isbellsville Baptist church Sunday af Mr. S. L. Coffey, who teaches in the Glenville. Mr. Hudson has removed Next Friday night will be the regu of our little sou, Wallace Macel. sue, after which it may be paid only ternoon. Rev Kelly preaching in Mr. South winter, reached his his family from Glenville to Columbia. lar meeting of Columbia Lodge, No. Mr. and Mrs. George McLean. at the office on which it was drawn, home, during the Creek, this Bush's place at Columbia on that day. on Casey count, M. There will be work in or repaid at the office of issue. Mrs. John Helm, who was the wife air. Bush is an earnest and most ex- 96, F.'& A. last week, for the summer. the third degree. All Masons in good There is a scope of country in the of a blacksmith, iu Russell Springs, cellent divine and our people areal Green river section, in the neighborMr. Robert Bault, who lives onj died last Saturday. She had been sick standing are fraternally invited. Mr. Presley Clark, of Bowling Green, Avays delighted to have him amongst hood where Hunter Msher lives, that rendered two solos very beautifully at Green river, was lying dangerously ill for several months Mrs. Helm's them. campbellsville News Journal. I will have a fresh load of Jersey has not had rain for eight weeks. Notmaiden name w'aa Sullivan, and she the Methodist Church" last Sunday last Friday. withstanding the drouth in that lo- night. Mi Clark has a cultivated Mr. H. C. Walker, of Bradfords- leaves raanj relatives in Russell counLast Thursday Mr. Sam Lewis, of heifers on the Columbia market county cality, a fine crop of wheat was har- voice and his singing is melodious and ville, who visited here last week, aud ty. this place, lost a horse valued at $120. court day, July 7th. This is an extra vested and corn looks very well. inspiring his sister, Mrs Emily Burton, spent His two sons, Leon and Alviu, were nice lot. They have all been bred Several threshers have started in last Friday and Saturday at Gradyout buying produce. Near Font Hill, Some of them will be fresh in a short The MidgltrailJmachinery, of this All the county, and a great deal of wheat common schools" in Adair ville, Mr. Walker's old home. the ki Russell county, the amimal got too will be threshed thisweek. place, which was recently sold to par f.nnnr.v will nnen t.hft first Mnndav in t. J. ti. Smith.time. hot, dying in a very short time. Roley, by Mr. Hugh July, and every parent should start f Dr. Ed Sallee expects to leave for ties living near to consult a The Lindsey-Wilso- n catalogues are Louisville Richardson, was removed last week. their children at the beginning. . I f J n J m jcue Yates & Dixon sunk a well for Dr. r now being printed, and will be ready specialist. vesiey .caus was convicted iiusseu circuit court, last weeK, upon. B. F. Taylor last week, striking a good It is jusl thirty-one- , days from the Born, to the wife of J. H. Goff, Juue Mrs. J.F. Cabell and little daught-fee- r, to leave this office in a few days. feet. They com- date of this paper until the August 26, 1914, a daughter, mother aud ina charge of mistreating afemale under stream at forty-fiv- e of Miami, are spending a few days .itxteen 3'ears old. He was "given an menced drilling at the home of Mrs.4 primary. During that time candi- fant doing"n.rcefy. Dr. R. W. Browder preached a very withvMrs. W. B. Patteson. ' determinate seutencein the peni- -' M. D. Baker, Thursday. Speaking erf dates will cover a great deal of terri English left this morn- interesting discourse at the Methodist Fat cattle are very scarce in Adair wells, we venture the assertion that tory. tentiary. Church last Sunday night county., The butchers can uot find ing for Bowling Green aud several but few towns the size of Columbia, points iu Western Kentucky. The Baptist Will hoU their regular., In the sale of the Russell Spriug have as mauy. It is said that the acreage set in to- enough for town consumption property, J. V. Klmbal takes Rev. R,. W. Browder, ofRussellvllle, services on next Sunday at the DisHotel bacco in Adair county is smaller than Rubber'Tires Put On and Guaran-Gof- f who is a .member of the building com-- ciples Church. .he hotel and the lot upon which it Rev. Marion Ahtle's residence barely usual. Dry weather was a back set teecL Bros. Mr. Rine takes 'remainder escaped burning last Sunday after- plants could not be put out. mitree, is here, looking after the prog stands, and 24-tBreeding sold Henry Jn-- j noon. A spark lib on the,r66nr and a ress of the Boy's Lindsey-Wilson dor- , C&aeias at of lots. jrratB.a.pair of good "mules fof 32KX),i: soon starred Mr. W. I. Ingram blaze Afewdaj of .last week were tlie' TheJ.csh potato rop m this locality mitory. The masons' are now laying Yates & Dixon struck a good scream discovered the.ilre iu time forio to be hottest ever in this county. Jhemaaie-- j is a.failurC-brick-anJT it is hoped, that the build- last week. , - tafeesPsehool Mrs. V. D. Baker's home, extinguished before there was .'any ters 'differed, some "regisfceriBff opens tf .MSer at ing wjjlbe .ready it Next Saturday, win be. the glorfoos damage Jttiimf , ac a distance of, 40 feet. . .: .fgSQXtt Menday'wilPbe county court. 101 to 10$ ' in September. .. .v..1 x others fron Columbia, Ky., June 27, Mrs. Margaret Smith Succumbs to Dear Mr. Editor: With your permission I want to the Inevitable and Crosses my feelings in regard. Xo the the Divide. dear memories recalled to my mind by the letters of "Heck" Button and When 1 saw the FUNERAL SERVICES MONDAY AT 4, P. M. "Wat" Hardin name of old "Boots Owens,' it recalled my father's old blacksmith shop, The death of Mrs. Margaret. Smith, and many sad, sweet memories. The which occurred last Sunday afternoon merry ring of the anvil and the sparks at 7 o'clock was asurpriseand a shock flying in every direction, with Boots to the many friends of the family, who coming from the loft above to help in had received information the evening the days work. How many of pie boys before ihat her condition was much aud girls of those days are here now? better. Alarming symptoms set up Only a few. I know Heck can not sometime during the night, Saturday, talk as fast as he used to, or Wat canand she gradually grew worse until not have forgotten our rides, walks, the final dissolution. grape hunts, fishing parties etc. How The deceased was the oldest child of we would all like to be young again, I. C. and Matilda Winfrey, and was with all our experience, so we might born and reared inN Cumberland coun- change a good many things. Yet I ty. She came with her parents to would not recall the dear ones who this place in 1864, her father becom- have gone to the Better Land, to their ing the proprietor of the Columbia sufferings and sorrows on this earth. Hotel, which he conducted until his But one day when we will meet over demise, in 1873. yonder aud will all know and be In 1S66 the subject of this writing known, what a great time it will be. was married to Mr. Ethan Smith and Nothing will separate or trouble us. there remains of that union five chil- No one to vex or molest us. Friends, dren, Bettie, Clint, Georgia, Wyatt, loved ones, all, washed in the Blood and Mamie, all of whom reside in this and redeemed to die no more place. Bettie Walker Butler. When the deceased was quite a girl she made a profession of her faith in For Sale. Christ, united with the Baptist An extra good Jersey milch cow. See Church, and lived a consistent memE L Feeseat News office ber until her death. Had she lived until'next December she would have An Accident. years old. She was a been sixty-fou- r loving mother and the separation was hard to bear. To the children whose while Mr. heajs are now bleeding, we would say: F.'One afternoon, last week, little son, H. Durham and his Keep your eyes on the Star of Bethle- Alden, and Mr. Durham's mother, hem; there will be another meeting. Mrs. M E. Durham, were en rouoe to The funeral services were held Mon-da- y Greensburg, to be present at the marafternoon at 4 o'clock, in the riage of Mrs. Durham's granddaughPresbyterian Chnrch, conducted by ter, they met with an accident while her pastor, Rev. O. P. Bush, a large crossing Skinhouse branch, eight miles circle of relatives and friends beingln from Columbia. The buggy upset and attendance. There were many beau- all three were dumped.into the'stream. tiful liowers. The services over,the fMrs. Durham got considerably hurt, remains were conveyed lo the city' will be no serious results. cemetery and there deposited by the but there side of her husband who died many Tax Notice. years ago. All Columbia is in sympathy with the surviving members of the family'' Parties owing town taxes for the ear h)14 are requested to settle at He is All Right. once. 6 per cent.' penalty added Oct W. B. Patteson, ' 1st ex-pre- ss Mr Nat Walker and his mother attended the funeral of Mrs. Blakey Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. George that has well-know- n 35-3- t. er 32-tf- evi-diutal- ly 34-4- 35-2t- girl-hoo- Mc-Crea- ry, other-membe- rs ' I -- ft 34-2- - ft Miss-Gold- a - f . d - -- V ,' 51 Fourth. , : t. -- J & A I2. u I I ?3 .i ?r v h - THE ADAIfc iQNTY NEWS Ram's Horn. Few Arc Left. passing a frightened horse, or near a street car takWhat the country will be after A dispatch says that of the People sometimes tell the home ing oa or discharging passengers a while will depend upon what merchant that he does not sell Any city may, however, pass thousands of soldiers who served we are teaching the children place the speed in Mexico under Taylor and Scott, S3 cheaply as metropolitan stores traffic laws that now. or mail order houses in more or limits lower than the statute. only 6 were at Chillicothe, Ohio, The nation that forgets its past The framers of the law were to attend the National Reunion less distance cities. Any person Every floor is teeming with the newest and best in generous in providing fines and of Survivors of the War with will never have much of a future. wishing to compare two scales The Puritan came this country finding acts Mexico. Captain John A. Fisher, of prices should inquire whether equally unselfish in more than a hundred years ahead the distant store was selling the which can be punished. Some of Chillicothe, president of the Stocks tip the Acme of Excellence of the mule and did all the kicksame goods. Second grade pro- of the law infractions and their veterans' association welcomed RUGS, CARPETS, DRAPERIES and WALL PAPER the visitors, but as he is past ing until the mule arrived. ducts can be made to look very penalties are: Without the dreamers of yesFine of $10 for fictitious chauf- ninety years of age and blind, fiandsome in a catalogue cut. Vie with each other for Early Recognition was unable to deliver a formal terday the world would not have badge. But the home merchant cannot feur's Fine of $15 for employer of un- address. Could anything be more been as wide awake as it is to- The Best news of all are our Low Prices, fixed by an float that kind of goods. They pathetic than to see these poor day. chauffeur. Economical Organization, Centrally Located, yet recon?e back to his store too easily. licensed moved from the high rent district. It is amusing to see the bother Fine of $10 for unlicensed feilows lingering so superfluous- If there is a day in the year ly on the stage of life? It is 67 when we have a chauffeur. n right people will take for trifling sums they think they are saving. They Fine of $15 to $50 for intoxicat- years since the close of the Mex- to swell up and brag on ourselves Hubbuch Bros., & Wellendorff ican war they fought in and add- it is the Fourth of July. will travel many miles, spend ed operator of motor vehicle. Incorporated Fine of $10 to $100 for use of ed so much to the country's terThe man who is not proud that street car fare, pay for luncheons 522 and 524 West Market St. galritory and that any of the fictitious automobile license. he is an American when he hears hotel bills, and tips. They get For more than Thirty Years, Louisville's Leading Fine of $15 to $100 for person lant band is alive shotts the won- the rockets sizz and sees the ls tired and footsore tramping Carpet and Rug House. go is a disgrace to his overgrown stores, sepa- under sixteen who drives car derful vitality of the people of the most favored nation on sex. rated by long distances. They without parent or guardian. wait for change, carry bundles Cancellation of vehicle license earth. The present is possibly Without cartles in the air there for owner who fails ta report their last meeting this side of would neyer and express. They pay a high have been any discharge of chauffeur because the grave. May all meet in a price in money and energy for places on the ground. of drunkenness. land that is fairer than day, to supposed economics. When you Let us not forget the Puritan Two to five years in the pen- enjoy forever the fruits of faithbuy goods away from home you mothers. They not only enitentiary for taking the machine ful lives. rarely take them back. The dured all that the Pilgrim fawithout owner's consent. bother and expense looks prohibPertinent Philosophy. thers endured, b.ut also endured Forfeiture of chauffeur'3 liitive. When you buy the Pilgrim fathers. cense on conviction for drunkenyou would return if dissatified. If there were no schools to What we would put into the This takes the time of clerks; ness. All take children away from home a life of the nation we must first frequently the goods have been Fine of $10 to $50 for violation part of the time, insane asylums put into the mind of the child. injured while in your hands. of any section not specificially would be filled with mothers. Every boy should be taught Where it is so easy to return enumerated. This may be augAs long as fish bite on Sunday, that he must sign his own decla goods the customer must be giyen mented by five to thirty days in people will go after them. ration of independence, and fight &oth the worth of his money, and! jail. By working hard and living his own revolutionary war. something suited to his needs. The new license prices follow: off, beeconomically a father ordinarily We are what we are A higher grade of salespeople is For vehicles of twenty-fiv- e on aoira onnnnrVi mnnotr hw fVi cause we did unto our neighbor "&" """w " thus required in the home store. horse power or less, $6; between p"" 0"" fifty to pay the ex- - what he wanted to do unto us if and fifty, $11; and time he is To make a sale that will stick so twenty-fiv- e daughters' wed- and did it first. near home, the customer must be above fifty horse power, $20. A penses of his dings. jgiven intelligent advice. Thus motorcycle registration fee is $5. They Say of the Fourth. An ameteur gets a useless the public demands from the The examination for chauffeurs Ihome store more competent ser- to establish their right to licenses silver cup and a professional the The Army Just as dry as any money. And, generally speak vice than it exacts from the di- are to be held as follows: other day. ing, a silver cup is all an amateur stant merchant. This means adLouisville, first Monday in The Grafter I've got to let ditional expense, which is coun- December; Lexington, first Mon- U entitled to get. up for one day. When a woman seeks her husterbalanced by lower rents and day in February; Maysville, first Up in Sing Sing And they like economies. When you con- Monday in April ; Bowling Green band's opinion she is looking for call this liberty sider how generously the home first Monday in July; Paducah, compliments, not truth. store responds to all kinds of de- first Monday in September, and When children are sent out to The Southerner I don't care The hish cost of living can be off firecrackers when you were mands, reasonable and unreason- Covington, first Monday in May. sell tickets to it, that is an indi- if I do, suh. directly traced to wild extrava boy?" able, the range of its prices is The States man Why not cation of a poor show. t Until then the Commissioner "No. I couldn't afford to burn agance in government expendiwhoop for me a few times? remarkably low. of Motor Vehicles at Frankfort, The jury which tried the Mistures, and the failure of every up money in that way." Man Bless Liberright to issue souri man who shot and killed "And didn't you ever have a department, by precept and exNew Automobile Law. will have the his wife's "gentleman friend," ty, and who wants the next bag? toy cannon?" ample, to insist on rigid economy acquitted him, but also took The Middle West-GoNever. I did my celebrating in in an government work enough As the new Automobile Law, Position on the Primary Ballot. occasion to compliment him high day, but we need rain for corn. a safe and sane way." We hear now no boast about which went into effect June 12, ly. The emotion, of the jury "How was that?" economy, but everywhere men The Far Westerner I'm no has many provisions that are With the races for the Demo- nearly always smears the vessel "Well, I used to get a piece of patriot if I don't pop some one rather rigid we publish a sum- cratic nominations for the long point with pride to increased apinto which it runs. gas pipe, plug one end of it, fill today! mary of them for the benefit of and short-tersenatorship as propriations as an 'evidence of it with powder and then touch a Tank Beverly wishes to be re autoists. An observance of these made up, the formation of the wisdom and prosperity. The Average Boy My stingy match tojt. Talk about noise. ballot will be as corded as against the practice of regulations will, we believe. names on the The Educational Board the old dad wouldn't gimme but five It beat any toy cannon I've ever follows to conform with j;he pri- giving three cheers . Tank says" g make for the happiness and power behind much mischievous mary law which provides that in that, in most instances, one cheer cents! heard." e g i s a t i o n at Washington of both automobilists and district the candidates is enough. the First The New England Farmer I boasts of increased appropria the public generally: Democratic Economy. shall appear on the ballot in guess there's some of that hard tions which it has promoted by Heck Stackpole's life has been The law forbids the driving of alphabetical order and then cider left. its activities. vehicle at a speed greater ternate in the rest of the dis- - so commonplace that he conJohnson, of the DisChairman The National Chamber of Comtricts: In the Ffrst Fourth, strues the fact that he was grand- ' The Family Cook Darn them trict of Columbia Committee, is merceanother lobby agent-bo- asts .than is "reasonable and proper, ntas a distinc old patriots! Who is to pay for violently assailed in Washington u: jiuua lauiciJ Seventh, and Tenth districts, the father at forty-fotthat it has promoted a JO.HJ giGabci. uciug can- oraer in wnicn me senatorial this extra work? bill to increase consula approprition. evidence of unreasonable and because he has: didates will appear is Beckham, ations $100,000, for commercial 'improper speed: fn closely built McCreary, Stanley for the long Too many men honor women The Easterner Yes, we know First Cut appropriations agents as aids to consuls, who but it is no longer fashionable to up sections of incorporated cities term, and Camden, Smith, Young and neglect their wives. and because, . are aids to Ministers, who are say so much about it. ten miles an hour; in residence for the short-terin the Sec Second He has required jew- aids to the State Department. There never was, a delegate to '.districts fifteen miles an' hour; ond. Fif th, Eighth and Eleventh elry tp be put on the tax list. The Little German Band-Mr. Ben Johnson, therefore, will be McCreary, a convention who looked half as go ihighways outside of the business districts it toot! toot! toot! and Hthen she Well, these are in strict accord- has scored once in reducing one as his badge. important and residence sections twenty Stanley, Beckham and Smith, vhas some bad eggs! ance with Democratic pledges of appropriation bill $2,500,000 in Young, Camden, in the Third, boys who The miles an hour. On a curve, aconomy and equality of tax- the face of local greed. and Ninth, the order will Sixth He has scored again in forcing corner or crossing, where the be Stanley, Beckham, McCreary used to get a licking for going to His Safe and Sane Fathe- ation. the rich idlers who throng r.- , operator's view is obstructed, and Young, Camden, Smhh. a Black Crooks show, now has a Never has this country needed Washington to escape personal eight miles an hour is the limit. The Republican candidates like-- son who sees the same old tights as now it needs strict economy in raxeB opim thir jewelry on A' driver rnwit come to a full wiBe?wjllJltprnate.alphahetAcaJ!y.i.eYP.ry week inir,us.icr.l cnmdjeH. j ,'P:iijn1rftjdlilc ouvoit-ithdnali bl H,l(.jua4 yf Kttv,.t i,n.ei.. ttieblax lis LuumviJlePoBtf Buying in Distant Cities. stop in SPRING -- 1914. Wall and Floor Coverings I God-give- a-ro- pin-whee- Specia Notice at-ho- me Persons Who Are Behind tion Books One Year on our Subscrip- to-da- y Will have to Come Under I the Law, not Paid at once The Government Will Not carry Papers in thr Mail for Parties who Owe More 1 than one Year The-Pean- ut od I m well-bein- 1 1 al-a- ny i - ur $2,-500,0- 00, m, We old-fashion- ed . . k J A tesft'Z'Si'J rs Hm, - Jr -- X ;THE ADAIR COUNT -- NEWS -v'I Let Us Nt Reason i.MMS$ Together to-da- y. Was a Wise Old Saying I want every and that is exacty what I want us to do 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 !Now if you don't want your Wool Manufactured, I VALUE for will pay you the BEST HOME MARKET PRICE, for I need every pound of Wool I can get I am trying to represent the old fashiond goods like oflr mothers used to make, in the manufacture of Blank- ets, Flannels, Lincy. Jeans, Yarnes, Etc. Let me hear from your Wool tliis season any way. Goods shipped cheap by mail anywhere. ifc-7 Farmers Woolen Mills, P. O. Jamestown, Ky. t E. L. REECE, Mftr. Shipping Point, Greasy. Creek, Landing. Katherine Page, daughter of Walter Hines Page, American ambassador to England. The presence of Colonel Roosevelt added greatly to the popular in wedding. 2L terest in the The bride's dress was of ivory satin and tulle with a court train. She wore orange blossoms with old lace, and her long T veil was of lace and tulle. The T maid of honor wore white satin with a tunic of pale blue tulle, and the bridesmaids were in ,fcs white and yellow and carried x yellow orchids. The wedding breakfast was served in the American embassy. Jeter Wins Big Four Gavel. BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels As was predicted by his friends Leslie Jeter won the gavel for neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but off, and is Seal Silver Stains and Paints Finishes, & the Big Four Society in a spirited debate at the Opera House in Bowling Green, Ky., last Monday evening. For a month the words Big Four and Coreco had been heard on the streets, in the homes and in the schools of the city. Interest became so general that the business men decorated their windows with yellow and green, the colors of the two societies. There was hardly a man or wom an in the city that did not take sides in the contest. On the eighteenth of May the two soci eties met at the Business Univer sity and marched with military precision to the Opera House. Led by Topmiller's Band. They entered the great auditorium with hundreds of banners and pennants floating in the air. After the two societies had given vent to their college spirit by way of society yells and songs the speaking began. It was generally conceded when the last man on the affirmative finished his speech that the Corecos were in the lead. Because of his unusual wit and eloquence, Mr. Jeter had been selected to make the final speech for the negative. Amid deafening applause he approached the center of the stage, easy and seemingly unconcerned. He began his speech at a rather Jow pitch but his voice gathered in volume and intensity and almost every sentence was greeted with a roar of applause. Before he was half through with his speech the Corecos began to turn nervously in their seats and some of the young ladies of the opposing society even broke down and cried. Three times during his speech the yelling team of his society rose and gave "Fifteen Rahs for Jeter.' He concluded his speech with an oratorical climax that held his audience almost breathless. Vhen the decision was rendered in his favor, pandimonium broke loose; some threw their stage to congratulate Mr. Jeter .I,ll,Mt;,,iH..H.I.,I.,I.,iI.,III.II.,I..H..H. HORSE BREVITIES. The young men of his society leaped over the Never back u mare that is and heavy in foal, especially if the placed the young orator on their load is heavy or the ground muddy. Such a mare can do shoulders and carried him to the plenty of work in pulling ahead. If there were fewer whips in streets below while the young the world there would be fewer ugly horses. ladies came with all kinds of It costs a good deal of money floral presents. to buy a satisfactory team. In most cases this can be avoided This debate showed in a reby the farmer raising his own. Oat straw that is free from markable mannor what powers mold makes an excellent winter forage for idle horses. belong to young Jeter in the All the growth and thrift that can be encouraged and maintainfield of heated debate as well as ed during the first year of the private societies, an d ho w thorough colt's life insure a stronger and a better horse. ly he had mastered the subject of If dusty hay is fed sprinkle with water, and it will save the "Immigration," and other quer-tiohorse much annoyance, but bet- ter not feed it at all. of the time that enabled M"l- Mil- H"H"H"I"H"H"I"H-K-- 1 him to vanquish his adversaries. SILAGE FOR SHEEP. Other gifts and qualities as a debater brought him success, par- Judiciously Used Ensilage Is a Cheap and Valuable Feed. ticularly those that command adAccurate data regarding the value fattening miration from an intelligent, dis- of silage in a ration for but what sheep and Iambs are scarce, passionate audience, restraint in there are indicate that It is useful, says Ellis Roil of the University of Nespeaker, that puts a check braska. As far back as the early ninethe foot-lights ns 'H"M M M"M"M I' I' I If 1 or- - RURAL ORGANIZATION. That rural life should be clear. Various agencies are defi- nitely attacking its Intellectual T e are uuecuvejy stuay-in- g aiuc. rural physical Improvements, especially good roads. The country roads are prerequisite for many important rural undertakings. They are prerequisite for better marketing, for better . schools, for comfortable living and for the promotion of social 5l life. ? There is obvious need of or- ganization for sanitary purposes and for social development Whether all these shall come through definite attack of pri- vate or public agencies or as byproducts makes no differ-ence: they must come. We can no longer entertain the notion that rural life shall remain iso- lated. disjointed and unorgan- ized. Its organization is a nation- al, economic and social necessity. It is more difficult to organize a scattered rural population than a concentrated one. but the great need is to give the rural population at least ap- proximately the primary advan- tages which the town enjoys. The town is organization, and because of its organization and of its consequent advantages it has tended to attract to it the most ambitious youth of the country. The task of rural organization is difficult, but as the greatest educator of America has said, "The difficulty of a task constitutes no reason for declining it" And in this way lies the largest promise for na- tional upbuilding and stability. David P. Houston. Secretary cf Agriculture. M"1"M"M"I"M-I' I I J !l 3 4 5 $ T V upon unfair as well as inconclusive argument, and the absence of temper and of anything bitter or personal in the style and man- 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. Kentucky Paint MFg Company, (Incorporated) 513 W. Market St. ner of his address. In these respects, Mr. Jeter was invariably honest with his hearers, his opponents as well as himself, and never allowed himself, to utter an unbecoming taunt or fling at those opposed to him, even in LOUISVILLE, KY. the most heated of the societies discussions.-Case- y County News. The Work ol Congress. 0. G. HABBWICK, Prei. J. H. COCKE, V. Pre.'. J R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec If the gentlemen who have been so active in attempts to disperse Congress with three W. T.Pyne Mill & Supply ESTABLISHED 1861 Co. 1NC0RP0RATEB 1889 IftmiiWSiGHTS DEALERS-IN macHiNlSTS N. ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. 1301 TftlRTeeNTtf-Mftl- GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS LOUTSVILLe SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work J0U8INQ WORK SOLICITED --All Kinds of "5 Machinery lfr:BK!,i'iii Repaired- wm The Adair County News One Dollar a Year. Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer important measures suspended, for a winter of agitation, will look at the imatter in the proper light, they will openly renew their campaign, and urge the Senate to limit debate and act promptly. Six weeks' debate on the toll exemption repeal was a shameless waste of time. It was pure- RATION FOR EWES IN LAMB. ly a campaign of obstruction, Alfalfa Hay With Corn Makes an Ex cellent Winter Feed. with nothing to sustain it. Thousands of ewes carrying lambs The measures now before the are successfully fed in this country every winter with no other feed than by a non- good bright alfalfa hay, says the NaSenate were sent there tional Stockman. However, it will do partisan vote. They are called no harm, and it may be well to give these ewes a light ration of corn in for in every political platform addition to the hay, especially as they and indorsed in glittering gen- approach lambing time. as If theonewes are young they will do well the by every conspicuous whole corn as if it is ground. eralities a large flock, leader. This Congress has been instructed by the people to enact sized In however, some ewes will not have the best of teeth, and it will be well to crack the corn, but it should be coarse. Sheep like corn in this condition much better than the meal. Start with a quarter of a pound of corn per ewe per day or even less and increase to a half pound as lambing time approaches. If the ewes are westerns that have not tasted corn start with but a few grains per ewe daily until they learn to eat Give it up all the alfalfa hay they will eat clean. Supply plenty of fresh water, that is so clean you yourself would drink it Give salt regularly, and it would be advisable to use a good medicated salt. ties the Michigan experiment station fed some lambs on silage and other foodstuffs. The gist of their findings Is to the effect that a mixture of fodders composed largely of a good quality of silage proved a cheap and successful ration for fattening lambs. The Iowa station at Ames made some comparative tests of dry hays, roots and silage as roughage in 1906 and 1007. In lots fed the first winter the silage cheapened the ration considerably. During the second winter the various lots were fed for a long period, 1GS days, and the silage lot refused to eat much silage. They ate almost as much grain and hay as the other lot did and the gain on these silage lambs was more expensive than was that with some of the other food combinations. But the average of the two years was favorable to the use of silage as a means of cheapening the ration. The lambs from all lots finished into market toppers, but the dressed carcasses showed the silage lambs a little superior on the hook. Taking these few experiments then into consideration and also the general results which various feeders have obtained in practical work, it seems that silage has an important place among desirable and economical feeds for fattening sheep. It is my opinion that silage can be fed to sheep with satisfactory results. The use of moldy or frozen silage may cause trouble, but good, clean, bright silage can be used with excellent results, either as a succulent food for breeding ewes in winter or as a cheap but satisfactory and efficient roughage for fattening sheep and lambs. This opinion is based partially on observations of flocks which have been fed and partially on the experiments quoted above. The results to date point toward silage as a cheap and valuable feed for sheep. -- t .$, 4j !! 4" 4. Q 1"M"M"M ! E I"fr BANKERS AID RURAL LIFE, State and Federal Help Urged In This Direction. Resolutions providing for changes- in the conditions of rural life In this country, which it was stated woulcl decrease the burdens and increase the opportunities of the farmer and his family, were adopted at the thircS annual meeting of the committee of agricultural development and education oT the American Bankers' association. Vocational training In the plans to make the marketing of farm products easier and more profitable and federal aid to make farm demonstration work more general throughout the country were among the things urged. The resolutions in part follow: "Our committee, being especially concerned with agriculture and instruction In that line in the country school?, realizes thai it needs and must have the largest measure of aid to the encs that the country boys and girls maybe placed on an equal footing 71:1. thosejn town. Therefore we urge bot n state and federal aid In this direction. "As farm worfc demonstration through Iooal or country demonstrators, has provf.il to be the most practical and effective means of improving; framing methods and as the- go7trn-mehas contributed thousands of dollars toward such work in certain states and little or nothing In others, we Indorse and earnestly urge legislation on the part of congress that wil provide generous federal aid in alt the states for such work." public-schoolnt s, An Up to Date Gate-The frame of this gate is mnSe from boards six inches wide and an incb thick. Of course the gate frame is cut to any size the maker desires. One brace is placed corner ways across between the frames. Field fencing Is used for the body of the gate. It 13 . he Adair County News and irVmop Of BOURBON POULTRY jt The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One these measures. They are not radical. They are experimental. They follow "the public demand. TUIS OATE IS EASILY MADE. n They define down a chiefs throat cures fapes. A few drops in the drinking water prevents cholera, cures and diarrhoea and other chick diseases. One 60c bottle makes 12 callous of medicine A all druggists. Sample and booklet on "Dls- Bourbon Remedy Co. lexkgton, CUKE Year For Only $1.35 Subscription mby be new or renewal What the Weekiy Enquirer is It Is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the preat DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning the world's events, and for that reason can eiue you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscribing for therabove combination right now. Call or mail orders to ly Kermit Weds Miss Wiiliard. alike the scope of individual action, and mark the limitation of governmental activity. Here we rest for two years at any rate. Therefore let all of us protest against obstruction or unreason- Vyatt Wiiliard, daughter of Col. J. E. Wiiliard, Miss Belle American ambassador to Spain, and Kermit Roosavelt, were married in the chapel of the British embassy. The ceremony The Adair County News, as performed by Rev. Dr. SamColumbia, Ky. uel Watson, rector of the the Holy Trinity, Paris assisted by Rev. Herbert Brown the bridesmaids were Princess Tfeurn and Taxis, Gilone le Ver-neof the British chapel. de Tillieres, of Paris, VirThe maid of honor was the bride's sister, Elizabeth, and ginia Christian, of Virginia and Amer-Churchof t ! ur hats into the air; others jumped Whole herd- the railroad rate question out of into seats and chairs and waved the way, with peace assured in Be surHorses Need Exercise. exercise to give each horse pennants and handkerchiefs. As Mexico, and Congress adjourned, every day In harness or yard, except, of course, during storms. Box stills soon as the decision was renderwe may expect, if not a boom, are the ideal ones, and every stable should have several, at all events one ed the champion speaker of the at least a healthy expansion of or two. On stormy days during winter florses can be changed .to these boxes opposing side, dashed across the business.-rrLouisviPost. iBd alven a chance to mofe around. lle Free Hogs From Lice. Lice on hogs can be eradicated by applying along the back of each hog some crude oil.' They can also be killed by washing or dipping the hog in coal tar dips, several of which are on the market. The beds and litter? of able delay pigs should always be clean ind free from dust A not If 'twere done when 'tis done, a healthy hog. mangy, lousy hog i.s filth and the dust and 'twere well 'twere done quickly. accumulating in the shed which is left uncleaned supply Ideal conditions for Then we shall all know where the development cf vermin and dis ease of the skin. The eggs of various we stand, and what is the basis Internal parasites and lice are found In large numbers in the dust of future commercial expansion. of the sleeping quarters which and filth are left uncleaned and without being disinfect With great crops; with sound ed. As a result, these parasites increase rapidly and spread through the finances; with lower taxes; with tut tlit right size with wire nippers and attached to the frame with small staples. The gate is suspended from a long pole set solid in the ground. To make this pist solid set it in concrete The gate is fastened to the pole with large hinge., and a wire cable or small chain holds the weight of the gate up to the top of the pole. WINTER FEED FOR FOWLS- An ample as well as a varied suppl7 of green fet-- to hens during the wii?-te- r is iinpoitant for the health of the fowls. Its value does not lie in the amount of nutriment it contains, but as an agent in digestion. Fowls eat more when fed green food than others wise. Vegetables induce increased eating, hence increased ess production. Nearly all the common vegetable? are relished by fowls, and they shonlti be fed at regular Intervals. Mnngelrf are easy to raise and keep well. Cab bage is a good food; the hens likeri. and it does not flavor the ess Turnips are an excellent vegetable for fowls when grown right stored and cooked. B&pe is an excellent 'greea food to plant in the runs. Potatoes are good onry when boiled. As a ruleu they are too expensive to feed to poultry. Onions, when they can be had;, are an excellent feed' and. like lettuce, are excellent for chicks. , Silagv may be used, provided" that only a imall quantity is fed' at first until tfe bens become tbooughlii accasteaaedi d " to it S t 1 iC I Mi . . and will only emerge af terrains was admitted, that in. view o.the have moistened the soil. Dry1 Administration the victory at -.- 34 weather in the late summer Zacatecas increases the importA startling statement but a true ce in this case. One teaspoonful of medicine and two pounds of tends to keep the insect in that ance of Villa in the Constitutford trial package your own ground feed (cost about 3 cents' equal, of Write Dee STOCK & Bee stage, which is a fact of special ionalisms' cause. inwhat they.'do for your animals' and fowls, two POULTRY MEDICINE, our 32 page, illustrapounds of stock or poultry tonic also book, fully explaining ted importance in the North where Confidence that ConstitutionalCprice 25 cents). There you arel If you don't its uses. Address: believe it, try it outl Buy,, today, a can of Bee Dee Stock Medicine the wheat must be sown early ist representatives will work with Company. enough to enable the plants to the Huerta delegates was exstocyl & poultry Chattanooga, Tenn. pressed by officials close to the MEDICINE stand the winter. 25c, 50c and $l. per can. C&aages feed kto tonic Hakes k Probably no other insect caus- President. It was intimated that At your dealer's. P.B.3 es more damage to the wheat the influence of Villa was excrop in the United States than pected to have an important part the Hessian fly, although there in the decision of that question. Gradyville. A report was current today that are certain years when the chinch Li. deyas-tatipn- s. Herbert bug exceeds the fly in its. J. Brown, of WashingVeterinary Surgeon The weather for the past j. week and Dentist During the seasons ton, had been seht: to Mexico by years experience. Special attention has been extremely warm. when the fly is especially abun- President Wilson to confer with given to Surgical and Dental work. The wheat thresher will start Office at residence near Graded School dant, hundreds of thousands : of Gen. Carranza, but there was no will be made. building. .'For Judge of Court of Appeals. in this community next week. acres of wheat may be either to official conformation. PHONE NO. 7 g Last Wednesday, at JTrankf ort, tally destroyed or so badly injur-ed'a-s Mr. Arthur Curry has been on Wii are authorized to announce candidates drew for places on Niagara Falls, Ont., June 25.-- -' the sick list for a few days. tohreduce the yield 50 to 75 Notice Public "SOLLIN HURT a candidate for Judge Mr. Ed Caldwell, the pt the Court of Appeals, in the Third the ballot for the August prima- percent. "The monetary losses Peace between the United States n General Blacksmithing and Mexico rests today on a district, subject to the action of the ry. In the Court of Appeals run far up into the millions. insurance man of Glasexpressed at the race, in this, the Third district, Democratic voters, Buggy, Carriage and Wagon neatly A number of years ago therej single condition, the establish- gow, was in our midst a day or done. All kinds of Rubber TiresRepairing Special primary. rfeit on. place'. GovHon. Rollin Hurt drew first attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and was in Kansas general co ment of a new provisional so of last week. satisfaction Guaranteed. operation between grain dealers; ernment along lines which will . ,.(pngressman A. 0. Stanley, Dr. S. A. Taylor, of Montpe-lie- r, Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot. France and Germany are now millers and farmers to restrict justify the, world in according it PHONE NO- - 75 for the Democratic called in to see us last Fri-growling at Haiti. They have the ravages of this dangerous recognition. Mexican factions JEFF PARSON, . day, on his return from Nell, .lamination for the Senate, spoke notified that country, so it is rehave given guaranty that they CampbeNsville, Ky. insect. According to their own vto affair sized crowd in the where his family are viaitiner ported, that its debts must be estimate, over a million dollars will exert every effort to earn ,court.Jaouse last Thursday even- relatives and friends. . paid or else their custom houses were saved by prompt action and this reward. :!njg;. .The court room was about Strong Hill's carding machine ings were great, but she bore will be seized. thorough' measures. This year Five weeks of the mediation is now equipped s full, and the speaker and ready for her afflictions with great forticonducted "by" Argentina, Brazil given a close hearing. He the Department hopes to secure i tude, and when the end came, The United States has sold two and Chile resulted in the comple- business. throughout general ..was introduced by Mr. J. B. She was a We are getting very dry down she was. ready. war ships to Greece, the Idaho country in' combating the tion last night of protocols agreethe and in Christian lady, a member of the r Coif ey in a short speech, and Mississippi. The considering that; the diplomatic relations this way. Our gardens are pest. There are indications that a manner that could not be im-- - ation, $12,000,000. about dried up and our Irish po- Methodist church, and each day its ravages may be severe. Al between the United States and proved; in fact, he made a speech of her life she lived up to her ready in Iowa and Oklahomo Mexico shall be restored and all tato crop is a total failure. . that was more thoroughly enjoyprofession. Her funeral was AVOID DAMAGE TO CROPS THIS The Adair County Spoke Co., there have been threatening out- other international difficulties ed than the one that followed, as preached by her pastor before a FALL. considered settled when a new is now ready for business, and breaks of the insect he is a popular local Democrat. Jarge audience of- - sorrowing Not only are Federal and State provisional Government succeeds we are glad to say that they friends and The Congressman presented relatives. She Washington, D. C, June 27. have material on the yard for organizations of the Government the Huerta Administration. his claim in a forceful manner, leaves a devoted husband and one Upon the representatives of five months constant work. in this campaign, touched the bjgh peaks of orato- Editor News: brother and sister, who have the "Has your wheat been infest- but others such as the National the two warring factions the Judge N. H. Moss, wife and sympathy of this community. ry, and left his friends in jubi- lant spirits. So far as we are ed by the Hessian fly this sea- Miller's Federation are working Constitutionalists and Huerta son, visited relatives in the Mont-peli- Her remains were interred in the son?" is a question that the U. to secure better control over the Government devolves the task community, several days Union cemetery, to await ablft to judge, his speech the S., Department of Agriculture is Hessian fly. The individual now of selecting a provisional of last week. too much criticism of Mr. resurrection morn. now asking farmers. The infor- wheat grower is asked to send President and his Cabinet to n The grocerymen, Beckham to really receive the Our old friend and neighbor, mation is desired that there may his samples of infested straw be- serve the interim while the coun- of Campbeiisville, Messrs. George of approval as full measure between fore the middle of September, try is being pacified, and made WhitlocK and Will Lyon, were H. C. Walker, formerly of our many would have given, but be be general place, but now of Bradf ordsville, deand sooner if possible, as after ready for a general Presidential calling on our merchants the that as it may, he is one of the all concerned in reducing the in company with his sister Mrs. fly. There is' that, the fly will have hatched election. first of last week. men in Congress, and if vastations of the able Emily Burton, of Columbia, call PROVISIONS IN PROTOCOLS nominated would make a Sen- every indication that the pest and have entered into the wheat. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Moss, of ed in to see us last Friday, lookator who would be in the front will be unusually troublesome to Late sowing of the seed and First That a provisional gov- Greensburg, visited their rel- ing as young and gay as he did crop this fall. burning of the stuhble when not ernment shall be set up on a cer- atives in our city a day or so the rank. Fis speech here was pre- the when William J. Bryan made the Every wheat grower in the seeded to grass or clover, are the tain date, which shall be recog- first of the week. ceded by one in Glenville in the race for President on the free afternoon to a very good audi- country who suspects that his only measures known to date nized by the nationals of Mexico. Our market is well supplied silver platform. We were all crop has 'been infested, is re that are effective in controlling Second The provisional gov- with the finest kind of dew ber- glad ence. At this particular time it to see him, and male and is hard to get the people from quested to send his name to the the Hessian fly that is, for winter-- ernment shall be constituted by ries this week. We understand female, black and white, all took growing sections. In agreement of delegates repre- the crop of blackberries is very their work, and Mr. Stanley has Department's Bureau of Ento- wheat a hand shake with him, and sat sections, late senting the parties to Mexico's large this season. .;every reason to feel that he has mology at Washington, D. C, the spring-whedown to hear him relate the been shown that marked degree with a request for a question seeding will not apply. On the internal struggle. Messrs. Charlie Jones and Ed days. Come events of ..of courtesy and interest that he blank. The questions to be an- contrary, the earlier it is sown in Third Diplomatic relations be Diddle entertained quite a num again old friend, we are always the disentitled toby reason of his swered are merely as to whether the spring the less it seems to tween the United States and ber oflast young people of our glad to see you. city Friday afternoon in prominence and the high aspira- the wheat grower's crop was in- f suffers from this pest. Mexico shall be resumed and fested at certain seasons. The A more detailed explanation of recognition accorded the new honor of Mrsl Hughes, of tion he is no:v following-Causes of Stomach Troubles. Quanah, Texas, and Miss Jennie for- late sowing for winter wheat to provisional government. farmer will then be asked to McFarland, of Columbia.. The Ledentary habits, lack of out doer mastication of Mr. Rollin Hurt, Democratic ward some of the infested wheat avoid attack by the Hessian fly Fourth No war indemnity evening was delightfully spent. exercise, insufficienttorpid liver, worfood, constipation, a candidate for Appellate Judge, plants for examination, postage will be given in a subsequent ar- shall be paid to the United States Died on the 25th, Mrs. Mary ry and anxiety, overeating, partaking to be paid by the Government. ticle. The present article is or "other international satisfac- R. Dulin, wife of Mr. W. B. Du-li- of food and drink, not suited to your in this the Third district, is in age and occupation. Correct your in her 58th year of age. habits and take Chamberlain's Tabthe prime of his life, and as. a He will also Be asked to give his merely an invitatian to the wheat tion" claimed. Absolute amnesty lawyer he is second to no man name, address, and the nearest grower to help the Department to foreigners for any and all po- Mrs. Dulin has been confined to lets and 3 ou will soon be well again. who aspires to such an honorable railway station. in its campaign. The post card litical offenses shall be proclaim- her room most all the time for For sale by all dealers and Paull Drug Ad three years, and her suffer- - Co. position. "He is not a chonic canto be forwarded the farmer, con- ed. The Department is Fifth Argentina, Brazil and didate for office, and is in this with various State Exper- tains enlarged illustrations of jwrrc- -. tgyaatcnxirann race because he was urged by iment Stations in this campaign the fly in its adult and also its Chile agree to recognize the new provisional government. friends all over the district to against the Hessian fly. and in "flaxseed" state. Coincident with the signing of make it. Hisqualifications and some cases the infested straw P.;lferf55 sterling standing pointed' to him will be sent by the farmer to lothe protocols the mediators is PROTOCOLS ARE SIGNED. as a man learned in the law, a cal stations for examination. &a MfASi Washington, June 25. After sued a statement setting forth '"?' ft? n . just man, who will do the right the wheat grower can learn just a conference with Secretary Bry- the reasons why they had been :Z?f-- .1L rjfr'y. in every instance though the where his sample of straw is to an, President Wilson authorized unable to admit the Constitution-ist- s previously and stating that heavens fall a man who would be sent when he sends his name the statement today that the outIt's the most talked of car in grace the Appellate bench, add- to the Department, indicating they had decided to leave the look in the Mexican situation was the world. Sterling merit has ing honor to his already high his willingness to send the sam- more promising than it had ever internal problem to the Mexi sold it to over 530,000 people character a man the district ple. The Department encourcans themselves to adjust. The been before. of every nation the world over. would ever feel proud for having ages the sender not to be afraid invitation to representatives of It was intimated by officials For service and Guarantee are named, as the nominee of a to forward too much of the the two factions to meet in conclose to the President that his both included in- - the price. great party. Let his friends be- straw, even though it has to be feeling and agree on the" form was based on the signing ference This means a lot to any auto come active and the prize is his. sent by parcel post. The upper of protocols at Niagara Fall last of the new administration was buyer. part of the straw need not be night and on the expectation incorporated in the minutes cf Attorney General Garnett, in sent, but enough above ground that the internal "affairs of Mex- the proceedings. Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford an opinion, says that - all em- should be included to get the in- ico would be satisfactorily adthe touring car is five fifty: the The 6est Medicine in the World ployes whose duty it is to oper-at- e sect in what is known as the justed between representatives Detroit complete town car seven "My little girl had dysentery very motor vehicles, even part of "flaxseed" stage when the larva with equipment. Get catalog and particuof the Constitutionalists and the bad. I thought she would die. Chamtheir time, must stand' an exam- is encased in a hard, brown skin, Huerta delegates. berlain's Colic, Cholera and Dialars from The Buchanan Lyon Co., Incorporrrhea Remedy cured her, and I can ination for license. The only ated,. Campbellsville, Ky., agents for Tayand somewhat Resembles ja fllax Administration officials made, truthfully say that I trunk it is the persons are owners and seed.(. The insects will remain lor, ;Green andAdair counties. loaoa 'nnnnonr thmv Cvuu - best, medicine in, the, world," writes 11U iw- f CUU1U w wviv.v.v. ". William Orvis,' Clare, members of their immediate f for a considerable time in the ure oyer the reports of "itne taking Mrs. by all dealers and PaullMich. Fcfr TJrug' Co.'' sale "flaxseed" state during a drouth of Zacatecas by Gen. Villa. It Ad The friends of Hon. Rollin in this Appellate district should organize and Bee that a full 70te hiblished Every Wednesday is polled. ' They should remem- . by the Mr. Hurt's opponent, Adair County News Company. ber that Judge Hobson, is doing every ( Incorporated.) thinjg in his power to get out his CHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. full strength, hence it is very important that the friends of Democratic newspaper devoted to the in- tlHtol the City of Columbia and the people Adair's candidate should become &.dftlr and adjacent counties. active and continue in the same spirit until the primary is over. d as Catered at the Columbia class mall matter. If you know a Democrat who sometimes fails to vote in a priWED. JULY 1, 1914 mary, urge him not to remain at home the first Saturday in AuANNOUNCEMENT. gust, the day the nomination ;wir coumy- - hews. 3 Equals 25 K e ' Ri jljcc DTC Tl resak-prodsck- g. Post-offi- ce sec--a- tf. JONES " to the well-know- i. . ?(' two-third- ,,s on , - -- er con-.tain- ed well-know- at by-go- ne . n, ing mm '. run-abou- t; fifty-f.o.- b. ex--...em- -- - : i -- $SE ADA1K COJNTY NEWS - 91. MMK ,V A.1H' i f Jamestown.'; ". KUTAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE Russell Springs. $4e0"frq44"frfr4"fr 4 Additional Locals. Certificates Awarded. There were seventeen- teachers fore the board of examiners last week, and the following isr the result: - Circuit Court closed the latter part of last week. It was a very busy term. Cumberland river is getting quite low. Rain is needed in all parts of the county. Irish potatoes are suffering more than any other kind of vegetation. Mr. Sinco Dockery continues in poor health. His friends are -- 0$$44444ito tyT 4 the Deering Binder will save your big Wheat Crop. anxious to see him vigorous be- FIUST CLAfcS. Noah Loy, Nannie B.' Rowe. D. E. Sanders, Lander Bryant, Bessie Epperson, Mary Young, E!va Murreli, Mattie Garnetc. SECOXD CLASS James Monroe was the fifth and unwilling people, across the President of the United States. Mississippi, to their Oklahoma Mary Williams. Cora Kelsay, "Vel- mer Aaron, Jo B. Morgan, Julius L CIRCUIT COURT He was not only the author of home by two thousand ' United Mrrank Jones will start to ADAIR OF KENTUCKY. Hatfield the Monroe Doctrine, but he was States troops. They had been. Louisville in a few days to conThere were five who failed. Lucy J. Iludson Pltf. the author of a message to con- forced, they claimed, to accept a. vs. sult his physician. He has been . Deft. ) Robt Iludson Report of the Condition gress, first proposing an Indian price for their home possession in poor health for some' time, but and -' of the Pltf. i First National Bank Territory. John Quincy Adams that was unjust beyond measures has greatly improved" in the last vs f Defts.) Robt. Hudson, &c. took the matter up, it being The United States thrust1 the six weeks. Bank of Cumberland J3y virtue of a Judgment and Order urged that the Indians thereby sum of five million dollars ' upom The Bank at this, pla'ce, a very of Sale of Adair Circuit Court', reu Doing Business at the 1914, could be better civilized, better them, when the Cherokees claimTown of Burkesville, County of prosperous institution, continues dered at the May terra,, thereof, above cause, for the sums of controlled, and that the placing ed they Cumberland, had been promised twWn-- ty to do a good business under the $300.00 and $50.00 with the interest at of Kentucky State cent, per from management of 'Mr.- - W. S. the'rate of 6 perMay, 1914, annum paid, of the civilized tribes in contact million dollars. This 13 &d at the until the.26th day of with the wild Indian of the plains, chapter in the history off AmerClose of Business on tle 20th day of Knight and Mr. Walter McKin-ne- and $110.40 costs herein, I shall proJune. 1914. would help educate the latter. Teddica, and to the There is a good demand ceed to offei for sale at the CourtIn February, 1825, the Creeks er the story of these day&f house doonin Coldmbia, Ky., to the '' RESOURCES for money. highest bidder, at Eublic Auction, on made a treaty with the United change and 164 498 7S Loans and Discounts trial for the undevel' Monday, the 6th day of May, 1914, at Overdrafts, secured anl un secured Surprising Cure of Stomach Trouble one o'clock, p. m., or thereabout, (be States, wherein they exchanged oped India'ns is one that yields: 40 725 91 Due from Banks ,) upon a credit of their lands in Georgia for lands j nothing of pride to the honor antS 20 144 89 Cash on hand When you have trouble with your ing County Court six mouths the following described Banking House. Furniture ' stomach or chronic constipation, don't Anglo-Saxorace. 6000 00 , and Fixtures A certain tract of ying between the Canadian and justice of the beyond help property, any imagine that your case is other Assets not included under Ky The tribe, though new to the? of above head, (expense ace.) just because that your doctor fails to land situated in Adair county, con- , Arkansas rivers, in the boundaCreek, on the waters of Russell Plain-fiel236 369 5S give you relief. Mrs. G. Stengla, ries of this State. The Cher- country, distracted by feuds, and Total less N. J., writes: "For over a month taining 90 acres,north-eas- 54 acres hereto- okees, Choctaws and a few in many ways disturbed, LIABILITIES made t end of said SOTXWOO Capital Stock paid in, in ca&h 70 past I have been troubled with my fore sold off the 20 000 00 tract to pay the debt of said Bank, Creeks had begun migrating rapid progress in the years that Surplus Fund stomach- Everything I ate upset it subUndivided Profits, less expenses terribly. One of Chamberlain's ad- & c , said remainder will be sold 6 668 73 and tax paid. ject to the life estate of Mary C. Hud- from points East and South of folio wed. Schools and churches f vertising booklets came to me. After Deposits subject to check.. $18S 907 52 188 907 52 Cashier's checks outstanding reading a few of the letters from peo- son. For full description reference is Forts Gibson and Townson, set- - were established, and commer- of ComDue Banks and Trust tling about these points as eRrly cial pursuits thrived. Farming, ple who had been cured by Chamber- made to the Judgment and Order 593 33 panies sale which is of record in the office of try them. lain's Tablets, I decided to trading, made rapCourt as 1824. Even as early as 1801, Clerk of the Adair 230 309 5S Total I have taken nearly three fourths of a theOrder Bckk No. 14, Circuit 218, or J STATE OF KENTUCKY page some families of the Choctaw id progress, and many of the package of them and can now eat in COUNTY OF CUMBEKLAND, f Set. sufficient thereof to produce the suras We J. T. McGee. Cas.. and S. M. Young Assist-aalmost everything that I want." For Chick-asaof monev so ordered to be made. For and Chickasaw had journeyed Cherokees, Choctaw3 and Cashier of the above named Bank do sale by all dealers and Paull Drug Co. solemnly swear that thejabove statement is true the purchase price, the purchaser, and settled West of the Mississ became prosperous citAd to the best of our knowledge and belief. with approved surety or securities, ippi. The settling of these tribes izens. The following achieve- J. T. McGee, Cashier. must execute Bond, bearing legal in.c. M. Young. A. Cashier. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ments before the day of the Civ-- to terest from the day of sale until paid, brought about the need for lin Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2fitli day of June. 1914. and having the force and effect of a be drawn, and so the Eastern !il War, 1861, would be cretSta? My Commission expires Feb. 9, 1918. TiiHiTniont-Riflrltirs will hp nrpnnrp.d P. Sandiege, N. P. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT nrnmntb t uuuiyi; jjivujjuij with thpep rprms boundary of Oklahoma was sur- ble to any race: vjs w. . lu st: w A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. veyed from the Red to the Ar-- , OF KENTUCKY. The Cherokees perfected a ) Strong Hill, Pltf., The Chosen Land of the Indian. kansas, and thence to the south- -' written and printed language by Local Market. .vs. part of Russell county is unwest corner of Missouri in 1826 1872. Lewis Compton,&c. Def. ) usually good A great deal is By virtue of a Judgment and Order A printing establishments The region now embraced by 1823. 12 now in the stack and in a few of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren Eggs - which printed tracts, hymns, On the 26th of May, 1830, Inof Oklahoma, has been 10 days the whistle of the thresher dered at the May Term, thereof, 1914, the State Eens in the above cause, for the sum of two the home of the Indian, not only dian Territory was established. almanacs, portions of the Bible, 17 will be heard in the Chickens land. The hunred two dollars and sixteen cents, by the natural rules of migration This comprised the Eastern parts texbooks, etc., in the Cherokee Cocks oat crop is also good. Corn is with the interest at the rate of 6 per of Oklahoma, Kansas and Ne--1 and Greek languages, was set up 00 Turkeys from the 20th day of but by intelligent choice. per looking prosperous, nearly every cent 1914,annum paid, and 890.90 costs May, Scarcely had the United States braska, with the Western boun-- , and made to flourish, at Park, until . Geese a good stand. herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale 8 farmer getting Ducks purchased Louisiana, when the dary not defined. By this law Hill; in 1843. door in Columbia, at the 18 The Irish potato crop is a failure, Wool spring clipping. Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Cherokee Indians from Northern President Jackson and his sue-- 1 The Cherokees organized s 15 it having been too dry for it to Hides (green) Auction, on Monday, the 6th day of Georgia and East Tennessee ap- - cessors could allot parts of this Bible Society in 1841. 40 Feathers prosper. There are lots of Tnlo 1Q1.1 oh nno n'ffrplr n m rr " 6 60 Ginseng thereabout, (being County Court,) up Pead with a delegation in territory to such Indian tribes as peachss, apples, cherries, plums, on a Program credit of six months, the follow- - Washington, to ask of our gov-in-g might be willing to exchange! 25 Beeswax property, One blackberries, etc. So you see described 2 76 Yellow Root ernmentth e privil egeof jo urney-Ba- y their lands East of the Mississip- horse about loi hands high known necessity for people ttiere is no The following is tne program of the ' May Apple(per lb) as the Jake Nelson horse and if the ing and settling West of the pi, for lands here. In a few Russell County Convention o f thes to become alarmed and say noth- said horse fails to sell for enough to Mississippi. This request was COMMISSIONER'S SALE. years the Delawares, Ottawas, ' Christian Church which will convene' ing will be grown. satisiy tne saia ueDt, interest ana cosr CherPottawatomies, Sac and Fox, and at Beech Grove Friday morn'ns Jul-I shall proceed to offer for sale at same granted, a division of the ADAIR ClRCl'IT COURT 3rd, 1914, at 9 o'clock: COMMISSIONER'S SALE. time and place, a certain traqt of land okees took place, many following many more tribes had accepted 9 00 Song and Devotional Service OF KENTUCKY. in Adair county, Ky., containing 50 their leaders into the valleys of lands in that part of Indian Ter - led by W. E. Frazee ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT acres, more or less, bounded on the Pltf. j J E. Burton , 9 15 Organization Tr OF KENTUCKY. North and "West by the lands of .7. M. the Arkansas and White rivers ntory emoraceu, now ,oy ixaiisas. vs. 9 30 Address by State Worker, W. Def ts. J J. A. Denton, & c. W. F. Flowers. &c, Bragg, and on the East and South by in Arkansas, and many remainPltfs. ) treaty followed in E. Frazee Treaty after vs By virtue of a Judgment and Order lands of Peter Compton, being the Defts. ) grounds. In 1817 rapid succession, the United 10 15 Debate, Should all the Schools Addie Venable, &c, of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rensame land conveyed, to defendant, ing on home be Front Rank? Affirmative,. W. FL By virtue of a Judgment, and Order dered at the May term, thereof, 1914, Lewis Compton, by his father, Peter the lands selected by the Cher- States being determined, it Frazee; Negative, Z. T. Williams. in the above cause, for the sums of of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, ren- Compton, or sufficient thereof to proMissippi were seems, on the pol cy of getting 11 00 The Bible School and thes S119.26and 237.52 and 41.25 costs here- dered at the May term, thereof, 1914, duce the sums of money so ordered to okees West of the proceed to Church, W. L. Smith, H. W. Elliott. in, I shall proceed to offer for sale at in the above cause. I shall be made. For the purchase price, the granted them by' treaty. the Indians West of the Mississe 112". Roll tall of the Schools andl door e door in Columbia, Ky., offer for sale at the the purchaser, with approved surety or The military arm of the gov- ippi, at the highest possible Superintendents by State Worker. to the highest bidder, at Public Auc- in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bid- securities, must execute Bond, bear11 50 Appointment of tion, on Monday, the 6th day of July, der, at Public Auction, on Monday, ing legal interest from the day of sale ernment reached out to control speed. for dinner. 1914, at one o'clock, p. m., or there the 6th day of July, 1914, at one o'clock until paid, and having the force and this immigration of the Indians The Cherokees. in part, mi1 30 Song and Devotional Services about, (being County Court,) upon a p. m., or thereabout (being County effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be credit of six months the following de- Court,) upon a credit of six months prepared to comply promptly with and protect the settlers, so Fort grated in 1828, the Choctaws in led hy H. W. Elliott. 1 45 The needs of the Churches of A certain the following described property, scribed property, Smith was established on the 1830, the Seminoles and Chick-asaw- s, the county and how to meet them,. these terms. of land situated A certain tract tract of land situated in Adair county, W. A. Coffey, Western, boundary of Arkansas in 1832, and the remain- Symposium led by Z. T. Williams ancl Ky., on the waters of Dry Branch, of in Adair county, Ky., on the waters Master Commissioner A. C. C. of Grady-villGreen river, containing 120 acres, more of Big Creek, near the town in 1817. "The missionary spirit ing Cherokees in 1835 and 1836. F. J. Barger. 3 30 Addrtssby H. W. Elliott. containing 5f acres more or less, or less. Complete description and A UOod Investment followed fast, and the first school 'The migration of these Indians 3 15 Reports from the churches., boundary given in Judgment and Order being the same land conveyed to Geo. W. D. Magli, a well known mer- was established in Oklahoma at was attended by much misunder-standin- g 3 30 Reports from committees. of Sale, which is of record in the of- W. Flowers by Cettie E.Nell on the 3 4o Election of officers. of "Whitemound, Wis., bought chant fice of the Clerk of the Adair Circuit 20th day of Jan., 1908. Fully describpoint not far from Fort Gibson, and trouble. The Semso a 4 00 Adjournment. Court in Order Book No, 14, page 214, ed in the Judgment and .order of sale, a stock of Chamberlain's medicine supply them to his on the Grand river, by the For- inoles fought a bloody war with For the Order Book No. 14, page'19ft For the as to be able to to which reference is made purchase price, the purchaser, with purchase price, the purchaser, with ap- customers. After receiving them he eign Mission Board in 1822, the United States, in defense of I keep on hands a full' stock o coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep approved surety or securities, must proved surety or secuities, must ex was himself taken sick and says that Fort Gibson and Fort Towson their rights. The Cherokees Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and ecute Bond, "bearing legal interest one small bottle o f Chamberlain's execute Bond, bearing legal interest in 1824, . thus were forcibly ejected from their two hearses. Prompt service night or Colio, Cholera and Diarroea Remedy Iiom tne uay ui jhiiu uuwi- paiu, aim from the day of sale until paid, and was worth more to him than the cost were established Residence Phone .29, offices day e having the force and effect of a Judgforce and effect of a Judghaving-themphasizing the truth that the hornet East of the Mississippi, Phone 98. Bidders will be prepared, to nf his entire stock of these medicines. ment. - Bidders, will be prepared to ment. 1 yr vf For sale by all dealers and Paull Drug pioneer American was at last in . J. F. Triptett, comply promptly with these ter,ms. ' comply promptly with these terms. ' and were led. a sullen, forlorn Ad w Ad Co. Grtwnbia, Ky Coffey, Master Commissioner. stay W. COMMISSIONER'S ?. ( nt Correct-Atte- Last Week three new Ford machines were delivered to the following parties in this town: F. L. Wilson, Luther M. Wilson, and W. H. Irvine. Itissaid that several other machines will be purchased, at an early date, by citizens of Russell Springs. There are now five in the community, and the easy and ' quick travel they afford is growing quite popular. The Russell Springs Hotel property with seven acres of ground attached was sold to the highest and best bidder, last Saturday week. Mr. Julius Kim-be- ll and a gentleman named Ryan became the purchasers. Price, $1,450. It is likely that improvements will be made on the building, after which it will be open to guests who want to sojourn at the Springs, and to the traveling public. If the hotel is again opened and the proprietors would install something to amuse the people, they could hold their guests. Persons who attend watering places want some character. of amusement. The honey crop in this part of Russell county is larger than for many years. Mr. M R. Powell, who lives a few miles from the Springs, has been in poor health for several years. He has a nervous trouble , and has tried many remedies, but little relief has been reached. He is a fine citizen and his many friends would be glad to see him again in the activities of life.- The wheat throughout this again. There is scarcely any opposition to Hon. Rollin Hurt's candidacy for Appellate Judge in this - We also have the Mowers and Rakes. Get our prices before you buy Look over your old Binders, Mowers and Rakes NOW and let us know what Repairs you need, so as to save money and time .when Harvest is here We can get Repairs for most all Binders and Mowers made . . Rus-sellcoun- The Jeffries Hardware Store. All tne common schools in have been promised, and the teachers will be ready to commence the first Monday in JulyV ty 4 444MQ.44eQ"Q"fr46Hfr 49"9"fr46"9"Q"6"fr$6 SALE. 1 I in-th- e y. fair-mind- ed -- to-wi- t: n d, . ; stock-raisin- g, ws i . ri "' .w- - t - To-da- y. J t Court-hous- e i I j to-wi- t: j j j V t I s Court-hous- Court-hous- -- committees-Adjournme- nt to-wi- t: to-wi- t: e, 9 -- - ! 45-- TV". A. Coffey, Mastef CommissiQner." A. 4 . i Oklahoma to THE ADAttt COmmNEWSK SiS&JHHBE ., f4 DETHES. Forget-Me-No- t. The White and BlackPebbles By A Remedy No Family rr11- - ,J1" "" "Ah, yes, there are still true and loyal souls in this sad world, Should Do Without laxative is not taken that night it is certain that sleep will not be sound, and you will awaken unrefreshed. Hence, it is important for you all the members of your family and for good, reliable laxative be alwaysthat a kept in the house for just such emergency, is sure to be needed, and when needed it ou want it at hand. No family that is areful of its health can do without such a remedy. But the question of which remedy to have on hand is also of ast Importance. The laxative most highly recommended by the majority of intelligent Americans as being best for babies and grownups is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep No matter how healthy a human oeins: may be it is safe to say that not many months are passed without ome obstruction of the bowels, in other ords, constipation, even only temporary. The bloating, the ifdull feelins may start after the evening meal. If a PNEUMONIA ! I SARAH BAXTER I keep constantly ef Caskets on bands a nice I'd and Coffiins, and Men and .Ladies Robes, also a nice Hurse. Location over Cumberland Grocers Co., - Celumbia, Ky. Phone 52 A. J. B. Jones. Dally Courier - Journal $6.00a Year Sunday Courier - Journal $2.00 a Year -- "SSest Natioual News '4 State News Local News ' . Market Reports Foreign News " " 4( , PoIiticaiNews of Everything for Everybody it Are you interested in what is iiaking place day bygday all over the world ? If you are you NEED THE If there is anl' agent in your COURIER-JOURNAL. town give hima trial order one month Daily50'Cents, with Sunday 75 cents. Ifthers is no agent in your town give order to the paper in which this advertisement appears (you may get a special club- bing rate.) or send the order rect to the Courier-Journal. AL di- WEEKLY COUIER-JOUR-Nhas been discontinued, "Bob, my dear boy. I congratulate you heartily on your engagement to Clara Dearie." 'Thank you. Dave. I appreciate your congratulations more than those of any other of my f riends.' These two sentences were spoken by two cadets of the graduating class of 182 at the Military academy at West Point Robert Harker did not know what the congratulations cost his friend David Warfield. Both cadets had been attentive to the same girl, but neither knew that the other had proposed to her. She did not tell the one she accepted that she bad been obliged to decide between him and his friend. And so it was that the woman was the only one who knew the fact. Eighteen years passed, during which time the two officers had not ser.ved at the same military station, though once they met at Washington. Barker's family was not with him. and War-fiel- d was still unmarried. Nineteen years after they had graduated the Mexican war broke out. and both were ordered south Harker to the Rio Grande with General Taylor. Warfleld to Vera Crnz with General Scott During Scott's advance to Mexico City, Involving a series of battles in which the Americans were always victorious, Warfield was of great value to the commanding general in all matters pertaining to the science of engineerRockets and Crackers. ing. When the army approached the City of Mexico, desiring to get a view of the enemy's defenses, he appropriatA wet fourth makes a lean ed the uniform of a Mexican officer who had been made a prisoner and worked his way to the rear of the graveyard. Mexican army. He took with him a The fool and his digits are young soldier barely eighteen years of age with a view of sending back any parted. information he might acquire, in case soon he could not get back himself. The The sticks fall alike on the youngster put on the uniform of a corporal. It was ar- just and the unjust.. dead Mexican ranged between the two that they should address each other as "captain" A thumb on the hand is worth and "corporal" only. One day Captain Warfleld was stand- two in the alcohol. ing on the edge of a wood, behind a tree against which he was resting a It is better not to take a dare spyglass which he had leveled at the fortifications of the City of Mexico than to get your hand scorched. The corporal stood behind, walking to and fro in the wood with a view to Thejboy who doesn't get too warning the captain against surprise. Suddenly a troop of Mexican horsemen gay may celebrate another day. came galloping toward them. The corporal gave a warning signal, but too It isn't always the firecracker late. From a distance the Mexicans saw a man examining their fortifica- with the longest fuse that makes tions through a spyglass. Riding up to the captain, the com- the most noise. mander of the troop questioned him. Warfield spoke but little Spanish and Remember that the giant firegive no satisfactory account of could himself. Both he and the corporal cracker is 'always just getting were taken into the capital and brought before the Mexican command- ready to go off when you bend er. After an examination a drum- over it to see what is the matter. head court martial was convened, and they were tried as spies. They were Let us then be up and shootsoon convicted and sentenced to be garroted. but owing to the fact that ing, with a heart for any fate, they were Americans, where garrot ing was not practiced, the sentence lightning fuses and then scootwas commuted to shooting. The two were confined in the same ing learn to stand aside and prison. The night before their execution the corporal called for writing wait. material that he might write a letter of farewell to his mother. He had Short Stops. finished and addressed It when CapWarfield saw it and read the ad tain dress. "Great heavens!" he exclaimed, paling. murmured the. solemn individual fglasses. "I in the tortoise-sheused to know a dear girl it was ten years ago and not a year has passed since that she hasn't written me a birthday letter. Alwaysiwhat she writes is about the same; Dear Alfred, I can't ever forget, not if I live to be a hundred, this day of all the days in the year. Let me once again wish you long life and happiness with all my heart, etc. "Very sweet of the girl, said the stout young man with the amazing waistcoat, very sweet of her, indeed. "Very, replied the solemn individual; only, you see, she writes that dashed letter to me on a different day every year." ll sin. 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KING'S New Discovery Mrs. 50c AND l J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. - . C. D, , Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY We would be pleased to send the Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from now until the first of April for 60 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. 'vg Special Poll-evi- jt Attnetin .'sfr 10 E5 Birdseve view ot our Plant Fistulo, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am veil fixed to take care of stock. Mon y due when work is done or stock removed from stables. l, JFj:i&"&ZSg3!&.y LOCATION NEAR EB HUGHES RE5I8ENCE, ON BlfHKSYILLE STREET. Joseph J H. Stone, w Attonev-At-La- Will pradtice in this and adjoining counties. : Jamstown, Kentucky "v i Largest in Dixie" G P. SMYTHE for W. J. 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He has directed that you two men draw lots to determine which shall be shot 1 have a white and a Ettldeace Phone-1B Business Pho e 13 P black pebble here which I place in m bat The one drawing the white pebble will be exchanged as a prisoner of war: the other will be immediately executed." "Being a commissioned officer," said DENTlSTj the captain, "while my fellow prisoner is a private. I demand the right to Office, Front looms in Jeffries BTd'g draw the pebble to decide which of us is to suffer." The officer held out the hat to him; up Stairs. he thrust in his hand and immediately winclinched. Columbia, - Kentucky drew it out the other Going to a drew hand he dow, with "forth a pebble and held it up to the light It was black. The Mexican officer in the excitement of the moment of life and death forgot he other pebble and placed bis hat on his head without withdrawing it A platoon of soldiers was waitinp Land Owners Attention. without for the loser, and Captain War-fielwas immediately led out and C. Faulkner, is prepared to do 6hot A few minutes later the man 'T. who had placed the pebbles In the hat your Surveying correctly. remembered the white stone. Taking off his hat. he did not' find it He He has thirty-thre- e years searched for it and at last found it in experience. Charges reathe dead officer's pocket. Warfield ban taken out both stones and showed onlv sonable. Phone 74 or the black one. In the Harker family Captain War write field's name was ever after spoken with a great depth of reverence, bin anly Mrs. Harker knew nil the rpasu" Columbia, Ky. for the sacrifice be had made. are a son of Robert Harker of th cavalry?" 6 Eaaf Market Street Between Firsthand Brook Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c may .QuisvSSle. Ky. The perfect husband always belongsjto another woman. Ulster is as quiet as Vera Cruz andjfor the same reasons. No man is so poor that he can't afford to smile occasionally. Many a man hasn't half a chance after acquiring a better Scientific American. a Branch OOce. 625 6 r 6 1it!Bar g a And the 1 n .ai. MUNN&Co.364BroaJN6wYork F 8t Washicston. D. C 3xu .cS?Sti BR. J. N. MURRELL The Louisville Daily Herald 1 fc8 0E 8 SOSK? vm half. Somelof the tolls speeches are sound while lothers are mere sound. 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Latest 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. Harrodsburg, July 284 days. C. YATES im-yrov- An American Lady of Lyons By RUTH GRAHAM THE MAN WITH THE WOODEN LEG By M. QUAD ed Copyright. 1313, erary Press. by Associated Lit- J. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. THE LOUIS VI LL TIMES JG1 Has Helped Thousands. IW) () xxxxx FOR 1913 BRIGHTER. BETTER, BiGGER THAN EVER About the only reason why enemy in good working order THE REGULAR PRICE OF Friend Wife should have a gen- will give you more free advertisTHE LOUISVILLE TIMH tleman friend is because the caring, than a thousand friends. tridge factories need the money. Of course there isn't much exIS A YEAR. You can't blame an undertaker for looking solemn when citement to it. But the man you stop to figure how many who stays home at night and if YOU WiLL SEND YOUR ORDEI $5.00 is seldead ones there are drilling plays casino with his wife up and say: around town holding out on him. dom forced to stand TO US, YOU CAN GET Be kind to your enemies. One "Good Morning, Judge." THE ADAIR COUNT! NEWS The Daily Louisville And The Times News AND THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR The celebrated play "The Lady of Lyons" is based ou the theme that the heroine's discarded lovers palm off upon her a countryman as a prince. Something similar happened recently in Paris to Betsy Baker of South Dakota. Berea, July!29 3 days. Betsy, who hadn't much idea of proprieties except such as she had Taylorsville, Aug. days. learned in Dakota, went abroad all by herself and. rather liking Nice, spent Mt. Vernon, Aug. days. a good deal of time there. She fell in with some very nice persons and Leitchfield, Aug. days. some who were not very nice. They Perryville, Aug, were all pretty much the same t? days. Betsy at least, they appeared to be Vanceburg, Aug. 12 4 days. for she seemed to have no power of discrimination between classes. Two young Parisians, Jacques Gau-tie- r and Edmond Villiers. comparing CoIumbiaaAugust:i8 4 days. notes, discovered that they had both Burkesville Aug. days. proposed to Miss Baker and bad been turned down. Whether or not they had Hardinsburg, Aug. days. seen the "Lady of Lyons" played and appear, Shepherdsville, Aug. 18 4 taken their cue from it doesn't spurious but they concluded to foist a nobleman on Betsy. They selected a days. croupier at a gambling house who had found his employment on account of a Stanford, Aug. days. very distinguished appearance and a Lawrenceburg, 19 4 mellifluous voice, the latter being advantageous in calling upon player days. to make their bets and the winning numbers. They introduced him to Bet Elizabethtown, sy as Count Charboulier, a member of one of the oldest families in France. days. it is quite possible that had Betsy been fancy free the croupier might Grayson, Aug. days. have deceived her as to his real position and won her; but. unfortunately Shelbyville, Aug. days. for the plan, she was already pledged Frankfort, Sept. days. coJuckHowland. a young New Yorker, who had taken a fancy to ranching Alexandria, Sept. days. and bad spent much of his time on his property BetBarboursville, Sept. days. sy's homeininthe neighborhood offallen Dakota. He had ,Tompkinsville, Sept. 2 4 days. desperately In love with her, and, while aware of the fact that she was not of Hodgensville, Sept. days. the conventional type of girl to whom he had been accustomed in the east, he Scottsville, Sept. 10- -3 days. was only too happy when she consented to marry him. She therefore reKentucky State Fair, Louis- fused the croupier, and since he had nothing to gain by persistence and ville, Sept. days. must have a living he went over to Horse Cave, Sept. days. Monte Carlo, where he had been employed before being introduced to BetPennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, sy, and resumed his calling. Howland joined his fiancee at Nice, Sept 29- -5 days. and the two made a trip to Monte Carlo, where they saw the bogus count Glasgow, Sept. days. presiding at the gaming table. Betsy recognized him at once and told her lover of the trick that had been played Luke McLuRe Says. on hei by the Messrs. Gautier and 114 43 53 123 113 183 193 Aug. Aug. 253 294 263 14 15 23 83 146 234 304 Adair s County It When it comes to looking tough, an old jcorset andja man who has been out all night dead heat. can run a the best afternoon daily paper publish- ed in Louisville. is Democratic, FOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper prin tec! but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adaii No man can serve two masters. That's why a man's conscience gives up the job of scaring him as soon as he annexes his wife. anywhere. Has the best corps of corr County News both for 4.50 per year. pondents. Covers the Kentucky field fectly. p- - Another reason for the High Cost of living is because you can get groceries on creditfbut have to pay cash for gasoline. Woodson Lewis Qreensburg, Ky. Always appreciates trade from Adair and The happy Newlywed who Cover3 the general news fit) comes home to a sweetheart and a fried chicken iirtle imagines completely. that some night he will come Has the be3t and fullest ms home to a wild cat and a not ket3 reports. roast. Once in a while a man spends DEMOCRATIC in politics bi the first half-o- f his life trying to fair to everybody. get into trouble and the last half SEND YOUR SUBSCkIP trying to get out. If husbands were as perfect as TION RIGHT AWAY DENTAL OFE'ICTE their drives expect them to be every ornery man in the country would have an affinity. Adjoining Counties and is constantly jof- - 'feringand giving to ail comers, Bargains in a1 Lines of goods! 4 Dr. James Tripiett .DENTIST JEA.UJOI.i OVER DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 38. OSMTMCIS The reason why father hasn't any buttons on nis pants or his coat is because mother belongs to five sewing clubs, and hasn't time to attend to him. The reason why a corn fed girl carefully brushes off the inside of a concentrated hobble before she puts;it on,is Jbecauseaf she ever left a grain of dust there it would stick out like a baseball. ill send Dry Gcods, Cio;hing ff.ndSho co PHONB any point, by Pareels. Post prepaid. can be rc- - .m.er tv Any goods not satisfactory turnedfiby Parcel Post, if in seven day Mrd ' 2b--- Pains' after sent out - . ' and Indigestion caused me great distress lor two years. I triea many thincs for relief, bat pot little help, till at last I found i it ia the best pills or medicine I ever tried DR. KING'S i Wo&sGt Lewis ItaUfaPBh r . . t il. t i Get your measure taken for a new suit, at Garrison Bros. They measure for the Royal Tailoring Co. A fit When in need of groguaranteed. can our store. ' 'PlioaejtNb. 192 ceries Garrison Bros. w.uaH 34 2ti." Of the six passengers who alighted from the stagecoach at the Acorn inn, in BUssfield. one April evening, one was a man with a wooden leg. The stranger registered as John Gordon of Chicago, and. when he gave out that he might remain in Blissfield for several weeks, everybody wondered what business could have brought him there. After three or four days It leaked out that the man was a government agent; who had come to watch the men who had been stealing timber off certain lands. That gave him increased respect, and yet even I. a schoolboy, noticing the man's steel gray eyes, firm set jaw and thin lips, could have told that he was cruel, if not bad hearted-H- e had lost his left leg at the knee, and the- substitute was not a cork leg; but a c,i)tch and a stick the plainest and cheapest sort of an affair. His dress was also very plain, his speech that of the common order. "The man with the wooden leg." as he came to be generally spoken of. had been in towu about a week when one of the leading merchants was robbed of about a thousand dollars in cash. The local constable did a great deal of talking, but struck no clew, and in his desperation he asked Gordon to assist him. believing no doubt that a government officer of any sort ought to be more or less posted in detective worfc. Gordon seemed to think the matter over for awhile and then replied: "The case Is as plain as the nose on your face. The merchant's son took the money, and after this thing quiets down he will go off to St Louis to have a good time. I'd stake my life he's got every dollar of the missing cash securely hidden away somewhere." Ten or twelve days passed, and then came a terrible tragedy. The richest man in Blissfield was. Squire Higgins. He owned the woolen mills, a store and several houses and had money to lend. He was a widower, but lived with his son and wife. His room was on the ground floor, while all others slept upstairs. He had no safe, but kept his money In a tin box on a shelf in a closet. He had a bank account over at Medina, ten miles away, but often had $1,000 oc more in the house. One evening when the others were ready to go to bed he announced that he had some business to attend to and was seated at bia desk in the sitting room when the others retired. About midnight the daughter-inVilliers, -law beard a fall and a groan joke I ever experi"Thai's the best downstairs, and when her husband enced." she said, laughing merrily. went "Joke! You don't call such a vil- was down to investigate the squire found dead on the floor, having lainous scheme a joke?" been stabbed no less than five times I do. "Of course But I must get it in the bod back on them. Let me see. How shall House and grounds were searched, 1 manage it?" but the murderer had escaped, and he "For heaven's sake. I'd let them had also taken with him the cash box, alone." which contained about S700. "Not I till I have paid them in their Gordon seemed to take a lively inter own coin." est in the murder. No outside help Leaning on her lover's arm. Bets would have been called in and the approached tne croupier, giving his murderer might have gone his way monotonous call: "Make your bets but for the arrival of another stranger. Make your bets. Red or black?" He was. as it happened, a first clas3 "How do. count?" she said. detective, who was just then employed The croupier looked up and. seeing in tracing a missing man. The crime-waher, turned red as a cock's comb. a day old when he reached Blissfield. "Come and see me. count." He heard all the particulars The man looked as If be would break from the loungers at the inn and then volunteered to look the ground over. for the door, but made no reply. This was a courtesy on his part "Come tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. Don't fail me. You have which the sheriff could not refuse, and nothing to fear and something to earn after supper he was taken to the house. quite easily. ' The tracks in the garden were still The next morning Antoine Boyer. which was his real name, presented fresh when the detective took hold of himself to Betsy and was offered 2.000 the work, and in three minutes he had francs to aid her in turning the tables made up his mind to something. He had little to say to any of the men. on the men who had introduced him to explaining that he had not yet comher. Returning to Nice, she sent word to Gautier and Villiers that if they pleted his investigations, but as he left the house to return to the inn. while would come and see her she would in1 followed at a respectful distance, he betroduce them to her fiance. They, turned down a quiet lane, beckoned ing ignorant of what had recentlj me to follow, transpired, wondered if their game hud he lighted his and when we were alone pipe and asked: succeeded. Repairing to Miss Baker' "Boy. do yon know any man in town hotel, they found her with an Ameri who is lame in the left leg?" can. whom she introduced to them, I answeriKl in the negative, but addand the croupier. ed that there- was a man with a wood"You know the count of course, ami en leu hi the inn. He at once began there is no use for me to make you a to question me about this mau. not yet quainted. Count, stand up there and having seen him himself, and told exhibit your fine voice to the gentle- him all I knew and all 1 bad heard. men." Of course he told me nothing iu re Boyer arose and. posing himself, be- turn, though I heard dim chuckling to gan to make the calls pertaining to a himself, and his face betrayed the fact roulette table. The two conspirators that he was pleased about something looked at each other in consternation I acted as his guide to the jail, and There was no mistaking the sonorous when in the presence of the sheriff tip singsong manner in which the profes- jj. sional makes these calls. When he "1 want you to go with me to over-nau- l had gone over the same routine several the man with the wooden leg al times Betsy turned to Gautier and Vi- .'.he tavern." lliers and said: The sheriff, detective and constable, "I promised to present you to ray with two or three other citizens, profiance. This Is he Mr. Howland. from ceeded to the inn and to Gordon's America." room. He was cool and quiet and ofThey bowed in a constrained manner fered cigars all around, but those who to Mr. Howland and appeared at the were watching him saw him grow pale same time to be looking for an exit as the sheriff began by begging his "Gentlemen," said Howland impa- pardon and hoped no offense would be tiently, "we have had enough of this taken, but would he let them look at fare. ' have yielded reluctantly to his wooden leg. Miss Inker's desire ,to pay you for Gordon faltered and bluffed and was your unstardly trick In her own way reaching for his pistol under his pillow A good cowhiding would have been when the detective seized him. When more appropriate. You needn't remain they had him securely bound they unany iotger. and 1 recommend that you strapped his wooden leg. and. lo. his both keep out of my way lest I give left foot was there as right as any you a punishment more in keeping with man's yoor deserts." Yes. he was the man who had robbed, The two men withdrew, cringing, the merchant and the postmaster, and' and were not seen again in Mice. As he was alo the murderer of Squire for Betsy Baker and Ned Howland. Higgins. On the evidence worked up-bthey concluded to be married and go the detective in a couple of honr Betsy Mine 'Sortlon ws fled it i wfirf(Uiit& trip to Africa.. nvlrtetl ami"' .iin( mh mho strong grl'xalytbear- - la hanged, anil every dollar f tie stoleits America ua sheaHteel tfriWIa l!e nuMey weat back to the rightful ' Id the AfrleaB jHBfte.' s 1 J dJ '. 8. i . 1 THE ADAIR. COfttfTYNEWS. . .. , .('. i 'r K it Cane Valley. , .. M We are glad to state that Mr. Sherrod Murrell, who fell from, the roof of Ruel Bridgewater's house while painting, last Thursday, is slowly improving. . . jm,.SCALE "TURNED By .' j'L- .ijM r;tr IH' arm and A SAILOR'S YARN By NIGH UNTO IN THE REALMS OF ,' ARTHUR GRIGSBY (jaurden DEATH i ROMANCE RYLAND BELL 8y ALVA:R. HUNTINGTON Edwin Hoiie, an American artist STORING WINTER VEGETABLES Oue. bright nioop light night during It 'was at a time when the seeking, subjects for his brush in Spain, the fifties of the last century a comcountry was developing, and Different Vegetables Should Be TreatCopyright by S. S. McClure company. left Madrid to go to the mountains of pany of tars were lolling on the fore- Instead of the iron horse, with Its train ed In Different Ways. capToledo,, some sixty miles from the That March afternoon as Zeb Taylor "Enough vegetables in the fall go to castle when one of them. Jim Burns ital. Arriving at an Inn midway bedashing along at "the rate of fifty miles ftiade his rounds of the sugar bush sorry? The corn is nice and well tween the plain and the summit of the waste from the average farm garden told the following yarn: an hour, the stagecoach lumbered at with pails suspended from a neck yoke range, he concluded to make it his to supply the table during the entire ".Mates, I've seen marvels on salt the rate of dve or six. One of these to empty the brimming troughs of tap cultivated. Some good tobacco. headquarters, going about among the winter. The task of storing is water, but the biggest marvel I ever not dif- see coaches left Denver one morning. and convey them to the barrels at the was on land. I'd been left In a Some planted their tobacco mountains sketching. He arrived in ficult if one has a knowledge of the I the evening and concluded to put off conditions best suited for storage and hospital at Marseilles, and when got struck the mountains at Golden City, flre it all came back to him ho forcibly Luuumtju iu lutNuiueM iiiui. uuu movground in corn. I shipped in the brigantiue Northwell any work till the morrow. The Inn Is willing to perform that be seemed to be working in a a small amount ern Light, bound for New Orleans. ed on downward and upward alternate dream. He had known Nellie Tompbeing in a lonely spot and at the time Prof. George C. Suhletfc and his apparently no other boarders in the of labor. But I wasn't fated to git to that port, ly toward Georgetown. kins since childhood. The two farmA well aired, frost proof room, for we was driven ashore by a sou'On the top of the coach a gentleman houses stood close together, and the Georgia, are visit- house, he seated himself on a veranda, cellardry. sodhouse will new wife, of or sei.e the pur- easter and every soul lost except my- and his family were enjoying the children had been Zeb and Nell to each where he could overlook the plain far pose. The most favorable temperature self. Bein' washed overboard. I hung scenery. The driver sat on his box ing relatives at this place. below, and called for supper. is not over 50 degrees F. Celery, cab- on to a chicken coop that floated by trying to keep awake, for he had been other until he bad become his father's Robt. Bault, one of qjur best The cloth was laid by a girl in a bage and sweet potatoes should be me. was carried into the breakers and drinking, while beside him sat a young "hired mau" and she had put on long dresses. short petticoat encircled with, stripes in the on a sandy beach. Between man whose costume denoted that he . The old folks bad looked upon it as a thru farmers, who has been in declin- of various gay colors, beneath which stored should coolest part of the room. sea wed managed Racks be adjusted on which to I to crawl up beyond was a resident of the region. The a dainty the young couple pliu-the boxes or barrels. ing health for the past six months, appeared was very foot and ankle.youth This avoidsstoragedangers of overheat- 'em. and somehow as soon as I saw ' coach reached the top of an ascent, matter of course that In due time. It young, and Hoxie would get married tin the road in downward was only after the girl bad been ent is now failing fast. He was is unthinking. He permitted himself ing excess moisture and prevents de- the. couldn'tme itallme ag'in my strength i, andone of thosefront wounddips of a suddent. and I In frequent in the away to school and her letters to Zeb to gaze too admiringly on the senorita cay. All vegetables should be gath- went out o' didn't know nothin'. The last I re- - mountains. It had begun the descent thought to be dying one day last and did not take the pains not to do so ered before ftov.t. sorted had been few and far between that he and thoroughwhile she was looking. He spoke some ly dried Ix'fore packing. For long niembered was a lot o' corpses of my and the vounir man sittimr hesldp the awoke to the fear of losing her. revived again. week, but Spanish and began to chat with her, btoriug preserve those of most perfect matev rolliu' around in the breakers, driver, noticing that he had failed to Nell Tompkins at eighteen was a Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Cundiff, of but could get nothing except "Yes, se-- i formation and firm texture. Each root and tuey, seemed to be lookin' at me put on the brake, looked aside at him good looking, attractive inrl. :nd Zeb to see what it meant. The fellow was realized that education and society nor," and "io, senor," for she was a "There was a big Miami, werel'visiting here one diffident little thing, especially In the or tuber should be placed a few inches this to apart in alternate layers with clean, what I saw when I change from myself asleep and bad not only failed to would innirove her still more. Other got back to "brake." but had let go his hold on j presence of one in the social scale so dry sand. In removing those for use ag'in. A gal day last week. with a pair o' blue eyes the reins, win, h were now down on tlm yonng men would be attracted, and s care should be taken each time to re- was far above her. he would stand no show. ilowu into mine. She pole. j ' There were many points in the vicln-t- cover auy that may be exposed. The had just poured aotne grog R. A. Sdblett made a business As ?.eb reached the camp and emp- down my A punch in the ribs awoke the driver, where attractive views were to be earth for packing should be clean and thioat fiom a bottle and was watchin tied bis bucket of sap into the !nr- trip tojLouisville last week. who. ueing the reius dandling from reis he lingered and thought or more obtained, and Hoxie attended to his dry and should be collected iu dry to see if It would bring me out" "Bully." said Tom Nye "I wouldn't ' the p,,1 and the voacb ro,,in rapidly receut sorrow. Nll Tompkins had Mr. Will Ed Eubank, a native work, not thinking about the girl when doing so. But in the evening between road. Jumped from returned from school two weeks !.- give a piece u uarutack for a mrr. dowu the Jf this place, but now of Oberlin, upper and bedtime he needed comuis seai. preierrmg rainer to ue injur- - . fore on a vacation. He had hastened r'll ?tl If" ' by a pany and after supper would invent "There bein' nothin' the matter with ed hurle(1faU on the stonr road tnan to over to the rannhousp in nis worKins Kansas, is visiting his father, ways to keep her with him on he knew to clothes to welcome her, and Dlainly she "v1' a Pt-Wcthe veme." continued the speaker, "except be randa. The inn was kept by her aunt, Mr. Joe Eubank. had been shocked. There was ni exhaustion. I rose on my legs and.U?,,lHU"uia,u,Br uowu There were shrieks from the women warmth in her handshake, no love i. and the two women were the only perbavin' got my beariu's. axed the gal We received a message from sons In the house besides the few wayi where I was. She said I was onhe passengers, while the men were para- her eyes. Even when he reappeared a farers who stopped there. The aunt coast o' South Carolina, not far from lyzed. But among the latter there was night or two later in his Sunday best T. A.JFurkin stating tha his Hoxie addressed as senora, the girl as Savannah. She p'inted to a house back one exception. The young man left ine had called him Mr. Taylor and had alone on the box let himself down on refused to remember how he had car wife, who went through a ser-eou- s Pepita, which was her name. When j on the shore and said she lived there. the pole, gathered up the reins, climb- - ried her on his back over mndholes sketching he was conI could come up there if I liked and operation in Louisville last he was not out on ed back on to the box and put on the , nnfl boost(Ml tinually calling the one or the other , git some rest and somepin to eat. her ovur fences A chanee by this Wednesday, is getting along as for Something either a glass of wine i "It was a queer lookin" bouse and brake. The horses were great time had come to blast all his hopes, and or a bit of cheese or for Pepita to that it on his road home he made up his mind seemed to have been built a long time 30 wild and the speed so oveil as could be expected. u .UO.....W ... .. bring her.gultar and play fof him. v.uvv.. i ...! v...v. before, when there waa .TwlintKi in tho i to face it like a man; neighborhood, cos there was loopholes ana lessen tne otner. .Nor an etgntn or While he mended the line fenc b Your scribe had the pleasure "You are troubled about something, a mile distant was the turn in the Pepita," he said one evening to the in it. It had been kind o' elegant tween the two farms next morning he of meeting Mr. Melvin White, of girl while she waited upon him at suponcet. but was tun-ablrun down. I road, with a gulf a thousand feet deep raised his voice in song so that Nell per. "What is it?" go up there with the gal on one side. The cries and shrieks had Tompkins might realize that he was concluded to INorth Carolina, last week and ae ' not taking ber conduct to heart, bin "Nothing, senor," she said. if ouly to git rid of the rollin' corpses ceaseu wlth the effort thus far f ' i' S s ' ', s his voice s ounded like a crow's. Whe refialn l'ontro- - and everT v him to be a fine old gentle"Yes, there Is something you fear. iound found what they all a poor white 1 fixed on the danger ahead, every breath f he met Farmer Tompkins he made Tell me." family occupyin' the premises the man, and at one time in the sixgrear pretense or Doing jouy. ana as gal's mother, one or two white chil- held in terror. "Well. then, senor, there are bandits A VAJUETY OF WINTER VEGETABLES. The man on the box kept a firm hand 8tarted'a report that he was "stuck" ties he lived near myj home and in these mountains. You should not summer season dren and a few niggers. Thev givf on thp reins and pushed with all his rather than after the me some grb ,, tl)is Abigail out attended school in the same log go"You sketching." mistaken. I asked heavy fall rains. Carrots, sweet potu gron llark. and uavin- - tjme ,t wtjj ..strength with his right foot on the onTbtIS ZebSpooner. bad tried to mak Taylor must be and two j ueell tunc,. liuufe tnf ,. parsnips, cabbage. break. the cabin I got my lickings, (the old about that before coming here and salsify-- and celerynt keep well stored by flB ...m1 ,n.hts nf. tm nnm ' .. tM speed, Tbero was a lessening ofsum , himself believe that he was getting th . ,. ,. but would it be reduced I was Hocky"Hill school house.) . ... n . nr n . tviiicnurin iMontlv tn rrn o:fnr rrmnrl fho inirro' best of it come in the sugar bush -, He as in told that would be as safe here tUI tXietllOU. . w .u ., -i iino Night had finiifrnrpr run Madrid." "'-'Vegetables less perfect In form. less ' together, and then the daughter went fUe ne.,rt of those whose lives were Zeb had eaten a cold supper while tha ', ..,' ..,., ,wu-This did not appear to relieve the r inquiries of Mollie Morgan, made . . u.u. :... LC.iu.c auu.uu iuint stake were throbbing In time wIth sap in the pan boiled and fonnuMl and ...... ...1!..a.. .. m. Clrl's fears. There is something that tWlXll? Lfill'lV Willi hHV illlll - - lllfl II1M ' -use. iuese may oe storu in imuieuiuie 2iis teacher, Geo. Sublett, Billie, draws a man to .., inrui: sue a snow me to my room, soon tbe jumping of the horses. When fhe j later on had cut up the wood to b a woman who fears i, i.,;,.,i i....,.,,. ""1" cu dried i rs sho "lnea rim uoor a ....... as .mpii tura was the velocity w s used through the bom-darkuesa i.nt..,n Uu4. Alva, and Ray Wallace, Parker for him, and Hoxie drew the girl to :.:;' ".": .t, Sweet potatoes should be well still so great that there was little hoj.e ' Then he vat down m a lo. " smoke hlrn and kissed her. wrapped in paper, packed in sand as Pome ouftbnt almost made me sick Naily, Fedy Hancock, Ruel n, and figure out how many pair .7 .ln.-p "T,le funilture was the old fashion- The women recommenced to shriek. "It is very lovely for you," he said, indicated, aud kept In coolest part of "Stop thatr said the driver. "You 11 ivould be the result of that run of sap. . u utr luhew edost I ever see Ir- was tint- -- . . . ....- stuff .. and in a fecv minutes 1 "to be anxious for my safety. Don't c......- ...,. , !.. buuuiu . .... ...i . muit- iuuui, " He intended to follow the sirup to the i li.. Hi. '- worry. I think I can take care of jroni grounu on a wear any. trails "" fzall vnn lt- l,J ii, .. i.i. uu .K , ?.vLlie he horses "" "" i" :ries ceased. There was no "sugar off" process and count up th explained that they had all passed ay self." ferred to boxes of clean, drv sand canopy to the big bed was all fallen ?xcept what came from the pounds of sugar, but thoughts inon the other side where no There was a sound in some shrub Tbe tops and leaf portions should not to Pieces. There was a fireplace big i f""uu hoof" nnd the creaking of the sensibly drifted away his Nell Tompover horses' to 'iory just beyond the veranda. Pepita be covered, but the bleached nan enough to roast an ox in and arm- coach. while every one held with a kins, and for a long ten minutes mi traveler ever returns. d I want -- tarted. gasped and trembled. Hoxie should be well packed in the sand and i chairs that for comfort beat a tight grip, to his seat and looked with was oblivious of his surroundings'. mock But in coolest Mr. White to come back to Cane looked up at her, surprised, and was aire room. theCabbajre part of the stoij ; sleepy all to pieces. notice. I was too straining eyes at the gulf before him. Then he was suddenly called to life hy to take much and caulitldwei pbout to ask ber what had frightened "Valley and we will go over the wiil keep for a Jong time-i- f gathered "Well. now1, mebbe them covers The driver guided the horses as near the hoot of an owl. He could hav when she ran Into the house. -and stored with the ready the rock on tb" inner side as he dared, suppressed the cold shivers inside of If I roi t wasn't The next evening was same old hills and see the many .rid Hoxie lay smoking in very warm, Intact, The ,larg': bead and leave i to drop musty '.wouldn'thadn't been under for should he hit it the coach would two minutes had not the boot of the nutVde "a" stayed off 1 a hammock bird been followed the the beautiful changes in the past i'i the yard The moon was at th should be removed. 'Each head should em no time As it was. was asleep be knocked over effortprecipice. Not- woman. The siigaibybush scream of a withstanding his was a mile so great was be "surrounded with clean, dry straw almost before- I struck the bed. full and in the rare atmosphere at years. Its swing when it made the turn that away from any hoe, and the voice f forty ,fevv inches was "In the middle ot the night "a height cast a bright light and placed downward apart. Pack and stutv. fSslfnie as dreamin' of my mates rolliu' around a hind wheel slid over a slope t few a woman in the durk woods weakened j(ii. Uouie dosed Suddenly he roused him' celery. in the breakers and woke up with a feet from the edge. The driver gave ' Zeb's knees and brought his heart into Neutalgia-Kl- lis ., Mlf and looked upon a shadow cast Pain If desired parsnip's mso be allowed start. What d'ye suppose I sawV A a yell to the horses and threw the long his throat. He was shaking with rv the moon on the ground directly be hooted asain. a . ;Slean's Liniment gives instant to remain in the gruund all wiutei man cumin' in held a lash of bis whip. among them with.. a alarm when the owl . . i .: i si .'! him it was the suadow of a man They should be covered in the fall candle to light at the door He shined cracK' lM'er-- s,nimal -- uve a JUIDP- - tae ' f. . a it .. ii. , fro nV Xeuralgia or Sciatica. It will arm uplifted. The closed fist , !l the wav. and it TV V the ' was oeitf.straight to the painful part bilt'k on ,pvel rouna- - an with clean straw. After the eari. right on to bis face, and it wa the wrheeI eemed to grasp homethiug. for therb spring a'U man m,aiu rest of fhe t" mnd 5 ll0S? "fe ' they may be removed, ugliest mug 1 ever see in any country. thaw soothes the nerves andstops athe pain. is a protrusion from it not clearly washed and stopped only to Wf up a club, aim . n-.c M k.,.. .,. w. . safety. . in a cool place. IC is also good forj Rheumatism, Sore a Atni. ( stored ji la it mil i iiui iiiiii ii Miifrb shadowed for Hoxie to diseen-:.n- t darkness Parsley and watercress umy be to it Wo'st of all. the feller clutched j Tht liifl! effort czmsed the horses then he made a ru.sh into the go Throat, Chest Pains and Sprains You It was. Hoxie divined that li before c to break forth aain. and apraln they He had only fifty feet to don't need.to rub it penetrates. Mr. wis a weapon ol some sort mos transportedIn to flowerpots, or boxes a knife as lonir as your arm discovering Nell Tompkins leaning up l,xr uiiuci vuwiiui. good growing couditkm nut against and kept "He wasn't lookin' at the bpd jit """ J. R. Swinger, Louisville, Ky., writes: obably a knife. the trunk of a tree. throughout the winter. fust. Bis face was as if he j now thl m,d was tcomparatively "You you here!" gapped Zeb as h? "I suffered with quite a severe NeuWhatever was done must be instar-- ' stra!-- bt !,nd so" the h lination begau Tomatoes may be stored very late was powerful mad. But he come right ,essen ,n a few ralgic Headache for four mouths withHoxie's reasoning certainly in ::iioiis nutes the bot- - came to a halt fall if the entire vine is care- on and nurtv soon held tin bis caudle f t0 the aud. ob. Zeb. the bear the He reasoned that some one wa fully pulled up tom of ih( dip was reached, and the ' out an relief I used Sloan's Lini-snen- t o the licht shined risbt on to mv face and bung over racks for two or three; nights and I iiiwiit to kill him: that the munk-.'Mil- d in the coolest part of the frostproof At the same moment I liimned. But ' coach AvnK bronght to a standstill. bear!'' she exclaimed as she held out K.. .!:.. ma TK. be committed silently. Thecal uj, j ai her arms to him. aiaven'suffered with my head since." room, or the fruit may be picked from f I hadn't landed on the floor betore the iut-- tin- utivei was imoiueu in tne "lethod of escape seemed to be to cas "What bear? Where? When?" arms Git a bottle today. Keep in the house . some on-- . This might the vines and placed on racks several tighf went out and it was as dark a. roach. of those on the outside of the "He's ju-- t roared out twice, and yoo frighten ,ojJ Inches apart Ixth men and women. all' the time for pains and all hurcs. By these methods . thr black hole o' Calcutta. 1 expected An hour later the coach drove up to -- yon"!v murderer. To git that knife in my ribs, but :25c ofto, and $1.00 Recommended by "Scnora!" he called without display large portion of the green tomatoes Ddn't Then i listened to bear the the hotel at Idaho Springs and all "Yes. I heard Win roar, but don't you ripen and keep indefinitely will Paull .Drug Co, Ad . anV alarm in his voice. be afraid." said Zeb as he put his anB hopin" he'd go out The alighted. The gentleman wbo was If a frost proof storage place is not; feller more, still ' What'do you wish, senor?" room wii as as a burryin' ground traveling with his wife and family took around her and gently walked her W available, the trench method is satisHa: "Your Child worms? A glass of wine." "I had no way o' strikin a light, for the driver aside for a private inter- the fire. The arm still encircled' her a factory for storing cabbage, turnips, they sat down on the log together, and . At the tirst jvord the shadow with went to bed I hadn't thorr view. Slost children do. A'Coated. Furcarrots, parsnips, nalsify. beets, etc when "Yon have saved the lives of a coach he asked: ''w so that be did not see it. about wakin" up iu the night. 1 won A well dralned( location should be sered Tongue: Strong Breath, Stomach "Nell, did you start for anyvher had sprung back. slered if I smTerin" train load of persons." be said, 'including .. f lected and the tre.neh should be about nightmare. hadn't 'been got myself, my wife and family. Had it and get lost?" "Never mind." Hoxie said. Using .Anyway l Pains, Circles under the Eyes; Pale, back into seven feetdeep Clean straw should bed. my "1 I don't know." she half soboed spoke. "I wijl drink it in and the ,oot been for your coolness and courage heart Sallow Complezion: Nervous, Fretful ' be filled in to the, depth of about one sweat standin' out on me. "1 heard you wore making sugar dowD Z we would alt have met with a frightful lay foot. The trencb may be divided In Grinding of teeth. Tossing in Sleep: Not daring fo betray his knowledgt awake till day came and l could see death. What can I do for you? I'm beie all alone and that you were going each to- sugar off tonight" and my fortune is at your disPeculiar Dreams any one of these in- - of his danger by looking back. h sections forcabbage variety of vegeta all over the room. There wis no signs bles. The should be arrant of any one except me tniyin' been in it posal." "Not quite so soon." dicate Child has Worms. Get a box walked into the house without turning etl as previously mentioned. In filling durin "And I thought thought" "You me nothing, sir." said the So 1 turned over anti the night ais head. He had not seen his enemj the trench the earth should be tirmh went to sleep. ot Kickapoo Worm Killer at once. It only his shadow. Nor did he" young man. with n British accent "What did you think. Nell?" packed and well heaped. Two boards T thought If 1 ca.iie down yon'd give, "I waked about noou and went "My own life 'was in jeopardy. In ."kills the Worms the cause of your later. His coolness had saved hN nailed together lengthwise to form a downstairs. me some maple wax on a white chip saving myself saved the others." child's condition. Is Laxative and Pfe His enemy quite likely was Is sloping roof should be placed oyer the-to- p v "'Vvhprps thnfr ntmtienl eh.-i- t thnl "You rould have left the coach as and that I would say that I was .sorrj .mch condition of mind that a word to shed rain and snow. Vegetables fomp into ray room last nightV 1 asked. the cowardly driver did." If I hurt your feelings the other uightr aids Nature to expel the Worms. Sup- sooken by the man he would kill To thht the young man made no "And you got lost in th woods? "'Law sakesf said the gal. palin'. plied in candy form. Easy for chilmomentarily at least, to deter stored In a trench may freeze in a se reply. queried Zeb as his heart began to melt him, and before he had time to begi' vere winter and remain frozen until Did you see him?' dren to take 23. Recommended by the spring thaw. The gradual extrac " 'Reckon did. Who is he?' I I guess so. It was awfully dark." "Come the centleman; again it was too late. ' .nd a bear growled at you?" " 'He's a ghost. When this yen? "anything you ask I hat is in my power Uon of the frost leaves the vegetable Ad Paull Drug Co. Hoxie was never In a hurry about "Such awful gravis! Oh. Zeb, 1 wa-sanything He said nothing to the uninjured, but a sudden thaw wilt tountry was first settled a slave dealer to grant shall be granted." Thevo.ing man hesitated, then said: glad to see you! I might have been, !uilt this bouse and brought a young landlady iu()o,ut.t,the matter., preferring greatly impair the texture and flavor. BHIious and rostivel "ffWre "1 dnn t belong here; I came from The cost of vegetables grown out ot wife here to live In it One time when eaten alive"" tn think, 11 overbefore doing so. H jjick Headache, Bad Breath, Sour remembered the sound In the bushes, season in greenhouses and available ae come home from Africa suddent he England. younger, sons Say; Net. you are sorryjfcUnt, Tongue and Indiges- where the evening oefore he had kiss In all .markets during the winter and 'found another man here. He killea fa England must shift' for themselves. Borry. and what?" , Stomach, Furred early spring is so high as almost to both the man and the woman in that I came to this fVuplryr'wherK not "Why. you'll go home with me. w m't Mean Liver and Bowels clogged. ed Pepita. .and,, her fright. Hee was prohibit their use by people of mod- room. ' We've never been able to use known, and can tu"n my hand t any- you?" tion, an explanation. l dnv a Clean up tonight. Get a 25c. botte of "Yes. and what JhenT "Pepita." he said the next morning erate means, except as a luxury jt We thort we'd try It last night on thing. Reinsr fond of hor ?tag. I have' reft "Vhat and .am sroing "Why. if pa and ma haven't gone-- t Therefore If more attention were paid yon.' " today and when he was alone with, her. Dr. King's New Life Pills on a prosThe speaker stopped, having finishes' up 'to Georgetown bedr-a- nd ' n each home to the atorageof a gen I don't tnink they have vob ", "Yea. sengr 4 empty the stomach and bowels of , pecting tour might, want to talk to 'em. you know." have, a - lover, ope. whom 1 crous supply of winter vegetables the his yarn. "You j; gassy foods and waste. A "DidnVyou marry the gaif'asketf , But th-- ,Vqungjviin'.s1Jplaiis. were . "Yes. I know" wbfepered Zeb v 'S , 'dally meals would be more easily" pfan-Wd- . hi have never seen." fyosi Nye Changed He weut hi the " east en lifted her face, and kissed her. -ai J the dally diet be made more jCull bowell movement gives a satisfied AnAi "Yes.seiior." ' of th man thrn the ml""" wholesome and one of the problem r "Marry Jthe.galZ. No, lyyesuppose (ered the bankinc 'is' f'ie fPiu !m1i- ."Is he a good fellow 7 jfchankf ul feeling makes you feel fine. lfe- le rhvihI tvhoseand in uuV foariied to the. high costof feod- supply wouTa. I've been "spinning. one o tbpm.i-he4h'b4 rf "Yea. lienor." faintly. yarns that's-printe- d? What I've toia wealthy. He says that be vest just 'snapped, and the owl Effective, yet mild. Don't gripe. 25c. There was silence fora." "few om be practically overcome. Professor M . yon eve tbetc is jtetap .tnw bm plu duJf os near ea&ugb' to the edge of a precipice beads chuckled in his threw c jSecoMmeaded by Paull Drug Co. Ad .mentor when Hoxie, added: "I, am ge A. Stoner, North Dakota. ApricnUvral-Oelleetas48ew (J to graaf. a fartaae without gol&g over Sitem? away, to otkw ieldfi of -l lug 4wa to Tetede. Geodk?" the farmers have put their wheat in the stack. Some have cut their grass which is very AH Maiden Saved From Dire Fate by Her Faithful Lover. trans-miseissip- i'i 1 e I y I 'ked Wtt-hllll- 11 I .... ... e , I -- - e ! -- 1 e-- i -- ...... t.t ., - . .n 1 I " JLLm. i 21 -- h'M-rni- "".. . I ( Ed-ringto- .... ,- - W- . J d ! s ! - -- J m i i "." I " ham-place- :r 1 1 - -- 1 J re-K- ef i i- -- "e v h, v fc. w mr s I I "Y-ye- s. ""' u - 1 1 y si-- !" 1 - t-- set-hi- 1 -- . 1 rc-'timc- Yoii-kiiuw-.t- -- "JT-e-- s. - v fer-pientir- -- fitart ' .",'' ? ... , - - gaTiLr-ttae-ft-'cruckfeil il,"'" ' raace. ., ? L.. ' '" . t&Jl. , -- ! sm- - s- - -- il 1 -- ' , .1 ..H f '