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LUMEK-3' Todd-.Crensfja- ' ''1 ,'f'1 '" School Affairs. Mrs. McFariand Dies. tv t . Aritemfnicence of the War. Below is a subjoined article ' Death of Mr. L. C. Hurt. kA& Enjoyable Picnic. -- .-- (i Mrs. Jennie McFariand, who lived Last Friday afternoon Miss Ida Todd The people of Columbia vyere greatThe most serious proposition that At the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. M. which was sent from Harrodsburg, Ky. , and ly surprised, last Wednesday morning, ever confronted the school people aud at Rovyena, Russell county, mother and Mr. Clyde Crenshaw were married Russell, Miss Nettie Clark delightfully published in the Cornier-Journwhen a message came from Lebanon, the school patrons of Adair county of .Messrs. W. T., John, and Solomon in Edmonton, Ky. The couple were entertained quite a few of our young With the McFarJaud, died at her late home last accompanied on their matrimonial people Tuesday afternoon and evening 1869 or 1870. As the soldier stating that Claud Hurt had just died now looms up before us. ither in of his brother, Mr. Edwin unprecedented drouth of last year and Saturday night at 8 o'clock. The de- trip hy Miss Verna Todd, sister of the hi honor of her brother, Mr. Presley referred to is a native of Columbia, at the home Mr. Heck Burton, we reproduce it, Hurt, in that city. His illness was the still more unprecedented drouth ceased was a highly respected lady and bride, and Mr. Guy Nell. After the Clark, of Bowling Green. The lunch years and twenty-eigh- ti ceremony the wedding party went to was spread in the yard aud proved satnot known to his Columbia friends, in of this year, bringta distress to our was seventy-eigand also a note from Mr. Burton: somedays old when th& end came. Sulphur Well, returning to Columbia isfactory to the moat fact, they did not know he was in doors, we must make a change in t Troy, S. C, July 1st, 1914. fastidious. s of our public The funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon, stopping at the Many games were played, and Lebanon, he having lived in Louis- thing like News: Editor the school text books. Twenty school Sunday by her pastor, Rev-- . Tarter, of home of the groom's mother, Mrs. evening ended with some of the most Allow me to again thank you for ville for the past four or live years." The deceased was born aud reared book companies each have a slice of the. Methodist Church, the deceased Georgia Crenshaw, where the newly delightful music rendered in Colum.your kindly reference to me in con iu Adair county andrwas a son of. the the(pie iu furnishing the books, The I haying been a consistent member of wed will reside. bia for manydays. Thanks for same nection with the publication of Gen. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and due Miss Mary Grissora, Kate Hogard Wat Hardin's letter to me in the News late J, W. Hurt. His piother,,,M'rs contracts with these companies'H,have that denomination for many years All her children attended the funer- Mrs. J. D. Todd, who live one and a aud Mr Clark. week. I appreciate not only Margaret Hurt, one sister, who .re Just been signed binding thostei comsides in the South, and three broth-- , paniesjto have the books on sale- by al, and a large circle of other rela- nan mues irom uoiummav, ana is a your kindness, but Wat's good wishes Those attending, were: Mrs. Marvin very popular young lady. Young, Misses Cora, Kate and Ida aud his invoking the benediction of ers, Jerome, nenry. ana juiwiu, ..sur- - tnearstoi August, in tne mean tives and friends. The groom is over the Hogard, LHhe Judd, Mary Grissom, time the schools are beginning, with TJiistownis in sympathy with all God upon your humble correspond- vive him "We learn from his brother, Edwin, ho contracts merchants yet the children, who" have lost a good county, being a deputy sheriff at this Mae Stults, Jennye McFariand, Mary with ent" I am sending you the article in time. He has many warm, personal Lucy and Leonora Lowe and Mollie fu.l to which you allude-witreference who lives in Lebanon, that the de- signed for selling the books of the new mother, who will be sadly missed. menus, all or whom extenp their best Caldwell. Messrs. Alex Chewning, to my war record. It was told about ceased reached his home about one addition, 1 wish to say to the people of Adair wishes to himself and his most excel- Reed Shelton and Paul Chandler. Drouth Alarming. 1SC9 or 70. You can publish it if you month ago. He was sick when he arrived and he gradually grew, weaker county, buy no books yet, and if some lent companion. think it worthy of publication. I copy it from my mother's scrap book until the end came, though, at time? of your children have no books, let Coming to Columbia. Th&douth in thisrcounty is becomFor Sale. them wait till the new books are here ing most serious. All crops are showwhich she gave me on August the 1st, he appeared to be better. The body reached here last Thurs- before starting them to school. ATiy ing the effects of it. The gardens are 1883.' Eespt., Dr. H. W. Depp, of Edmonton, will day morning about 1 o'clock, stopping old books that are sound, not torn, can drying up fast and there will be no One male ho about 20 months old, remove to Columbia and open a dental George Heck Burton. at the home of his mother, where be exchanged for new books of the vegetables unless the situation is repure bred Poland China, and and a office in about six weeks. He is a many called to view the remains. same grade .at 50 per cent or half price lieved in a very short time-bcopious good one, 2 male pigs pure bred and 1 graduate of the Louisville College of At three o'clock in the afternoon of the new, ones during this school rains. 'A remarkable illustration of the sow pig. All tip top iu every particu- Dentestry. and has been a regular influence wrought by music, wa3 re- - the casket was conveyed to t li e year, but it can npt be done during Drouths are becoming annual affairs, lar, also three pure bred gilts due to practitioner for ten years. He has lated by Gen. J P. Xuckois, who in a Christian Church where a funeral dis- the four remaining y.ears of this con- it seems, as within the past four years farrow iu August. If you want a done a great deal of work lor patients conversation with your reporter told course was preached by Eld. Z. T. tract. irfp.mhantK- three of them have experienced Poland China this is your opportunity. who live in the Breeding section of .. " onfrtrnpA: i of an incident that happened on the Williams, and at the conclusion of Tliin l:iw will ho - -d?ouths of disastrous effects. In 1911 Adair, and they speak in very compliC. S. Harris. j which, the remain were bourne to the who handle the new books will be bloody field of Shiloh. Gen. Nuckols tthere was virtually no rain between mentary terms of his skill He has was a gallant and distinguished officer city cemetery and there laid to rest bound in their contracts to do this, late May and August, while in 1913 an electric engine which enables him Have Arrived, Bells and a penalty for failure to do so is there was practically no rain during iu the Southern army, and now car- by the side of his father. to turn out work rapidly. The apartThe deceased was in his thirty-nint- h provided in the law. ries more lead in his his body as reAugust and September and many ments he will occupy in Columbia will Tobias Huffaker.Supt. A. C. S. minders of the bloody struggle than year. He had served this county as crops were iuiued This season the The three bells which are to be be announced later. He also uses any other Confederate hero thaL we deputy Sheriff, under his father, and same conditions have prevailed, ac- placed in the new Baptist church. ; oxide gass which renders an operation know of. Among the members, of the atone time was a school teacher. His REPORT OF THE. CONDITION companied by terrific heat. The reached Columbia last Wednesday. painless, the patient being consious Pourth Kentucky infantry CS A , second wife died about eight months farmer's lot seems to be getting hard- - They are different sizes, the largest while the work is in progress. THE- OF was one.George Hecter Burton, a tall, ago. There were no children. The eryand harder each year. being about the same dimentious of j braNvnyj blackeyed, brave fellow, a .News joins the people of Columbia iu the one on the court-housAll three , for Sale. Titan In strength, enthusiastic in his extending its profouudest sympathy BANK OF COLUMBIA For Sale. ring at tne same time, each one win devotion to the South, and yet wltli to the mother, sister, brothers "and An extra good Jersey Ichcow. See having a different tone the sound be e One ail his reckless courage, he was jojous perfection coal oil ing very much like that made by Doing Business at Town of Columoffice , V' E L Feeseattfe as a school boy aud joved music aui - range in good condition, one new sew-- . chimes, and will be heard a long dis: ; h: bia, County op Adair, State of fun next to fighting. It was on , ttle iug machine.several dozen pint, quart, Farm for kle. tance. tie failed to Get the Goods. n plains of Shilon, the eveniqg of' the Kentucky, Mason fruit jars, one set of four volumes of New Teachers and last day of the battle and plie KenMr. Robert Bault Dead Atth-- Close, of Business on the Pupils Encyclopedia and other boks-Al- l tucky brigade which had suffered I now offer my farm of 285 acres for John Rogers purchased about eleven Day of June. 1914. 20tii oo go at a great reduction. If infearfully, was covering the retreat of sale. About 20 acres in cultivation dollars worth of goods from W. I. InMr Robert Bault, wlio lived in the terested call at once at the old. Reed Confederate army. .Maj. Mouroe and grass, the remainder in timber Loans and res'ouuces. the 188 ftijl 30 gram last Monday, aud filled out and Discounts neighborhood of Jerico church, died homestead on had been killed, Capt. Monroe had Residence of nine rooms, good barn Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured 830 56 signed aqbeck on Greensburg Deposit and outbuildings, plenty of vater, in. Stock, Bonds been mortally wounded, Capt. John Chesterfield Turner 3 843 41 Bank for phe amount. RiJgers was last Tuesday a'fternoou, a victim of a 30at. and other Securities one mile of Columbia, aud as good land Due from Banks 30,8801 not known in Columbia and Mr.. In- cancer. He was a farmer and agood Adair had been badly shoe, aud the , J2(X0 8r On the Square. command of the regiment had fallen as found in this locality. No better 0"shonhand gram' toldlnm that he would call the citizen, but had not been able to do community in the State, considering Checks and other 'cash' . upon Gen. N jckles, who was himself was phoning, his manual labor ,for some time t, He Was '.. 370 18 bank. While he Items badly wounded, and faint from loss of location from Columbia, churches and Banking house. Furniture and customer left and has'' nob been seen burled near his late home iu'the presMr. J. B. Brown, sixty-eigyears ence of many of his former neighbors blood. The regiment tired, worn out schools and the productive powers of llxtures i 000 00 since. The check was a fraud. old. and Miss Susan Hatvey, aged fifty-nin- e, the land, it Is an ideal chance for a Total and friends. and fearfully depleted, retreating sul239 874 25 drove to Columbia last Wedneslenly and siowiy, as a wounded bear, home. The farm is as well improved Mr. Porter Barger, of Joppa, oue of LIABILITIES. day morning, secured licenses to maras any place in the county. It can be Special Notice. not satisfied with his receut encountCapital htock paid in, in our best citizens, and a man, who, for ry, and while they 'were seated in 00 many years, er, was halted to receive. and repel a divided and made two splendid loca130000 cash has found considerable their buggy, on the public square, 533 000 00 threatened charge of the enemy, aud tions. Price in keeping with adjoin SurpluH. Funds pleasure in bees, has a colony that All parties who are indebted to the Judge G T. Herriford said the words, Profits. the men were lying listlessly ou the ing farms and is a safe investment as Undividedand taxes Ies3 exmaking, late W. L. Walker, either by note or that made them husb'and and wife. 4 103 03 breaks the record for honey paid a farming proposition. You cau't find penses ground Suddenly a volly of shot and It33 44S 78 so far as we have heard. He stated to Deposits subject to check . account, are requested to call at the shell from a Yankee battery was another location its equal in this lo- Due Banks and Trust Companies 1409 59 a News man, a few days ago, that he Tax Notice. cality. Call on or write store and make payment, as the out 00 93 Reserve for taxes poured into their midst, with the dehad taken over sixty pounds of honey standing business must be wound up. Total C. S. Harris, 239 874 25 from sign of throwing the men into disorthe stand in which they work, Mrs. Tola Walker. Columbia, Ky der preparatory to charging them STATB-OKENTUCKY, Parties owiug town taxes for the ten pounds of it being deposited on )acc . County with miaiitrj. As the shells like anthe outside of the stand. He also Rev. J. S. Chandler, pastor of the year 1914 are requested to settle at The regular monthly meeting of the We W. W. Jones and Jno. W. Flowers, Presi gels of death spread their wings on auxiliary to the C. W. B. M. will "be dent and Cashier of the above named Bank, do stated that this same hive did this Methodist Church, preached a very ouce. 6 percent, penalty added Oct.' the blast, Button, who was standing held in the above statement W. B. Patteson, the Christian Church Friday solemnly swear of that knowledge and belief. is two years ago and that they are now pointed sermon iast Sunday forenoon, 1st trueTo the best our up in front facing the enemy, was making comb and depositing lioney his subject being "Union and Unity 32 tf. Collector. evening-Jul- y 10th, at 7;30. There '" W. W. Jones. President, seen to fail, being wounded in the on the outside as well as on the inside. of the Churches." He took the posii Jno. W. Flowers. Cashier be an interesting program. Talks headhy a splinter of an exploding will be given by will Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd tion that an agreement could be The delay in starting the rock Misses Vic Hughes, missel. All hearts for the moment Mary The brick work- on the Liudseyr reached on the essentials, but that re- crustier was caused by time taken up Lucy Lowe, and Leonora Lowe, day of July. 1914.. stooJ still, for the regiment saw him reporting the thrill of Joe S. Kniflby. N. P. A. C Wilson dormitoiy has now been in ligious bodies would never come 'to- in locating the engine It is now at missionary tail covered with uiood, and with spirit received from the Commission Expires. Feb. 19, 1916. progress ten days and the work is mov gether on the nonessentials. Such as the proper place aud the crusher will the bited breath aud blanched cheeks Volunteer Convention atgreat Student It is located near ing along nicely. In a short time an the mode of baptism, church govern- start this week Kansas City, they witnessed him writhe and strug- also from nf Disappointment, on the Died in Texas. additional force will be on the build- ment, etc. He said there were divis- the mouth School of Methods in gle in what they supposed was his Lexingtonthe from ing. The management is going to ions in the days of the Apostles and farm of Mr C.S.Harris Everything W. C A and the death agony. On came the Federal Convention in Ashville, Y. C. Mrs indicates that it will be but a short make an effort to have the building would be until the end of time. X. Mr. fliram Murrell, seventy-eiginfantry in uniform rank of unbroken Cravens will time until we will have metal streets completed by the middle of Septemintroduce x number of years old, who was a native of Adair good roads leadblue, with glistening bayouets fixed iu our missionaries and fields in county, a son of Jesse Q. Murrell, who ber. It will be a magnificent home The drouth still clings to this part all over colambia, and front. Suddenly Burton staggered to which they work. We the will be install- of the State accompanied by the hot- ing out of town. shall be glad was a merchant In Columbia for many for boys. Waterworks his feet, steadied himself, looked with to have all, who will, atteud this meet- years, died near Fort Worth, Texas, ed, and the fifty rooms will be com- test weather ever felt in this section. Mr. Mont Willis has just finished dazed ejea and addled sight at the apfortably furnished ing. Gardeus aud grass are almost a failure painting the iron bridge that spans He leaves several the 26th of June. proaching enemy aud rousing himseif Mrs. 2 T. Williams, Pres , aud corn, is being seriously hurt. A sons and daughters, all living in Texas, with a dauntless aud almost superhuSome one supposed to have been a few more days and a large part 'of the Russell's creek at Wilson's old mill Mrs Silas Denny, Sec. save one son, who lives at Johnson City, tramp, entered the home of Mr. T. E site. The lower bridge, known as the man elfoit dashed the blood from his Tenn. He leaves one brother, Luther Waggener last Wednesday. Mr and corn will be completely ruined. An Harris bridge, is to be painted at face, tossed his cap high in the air, We mentioned two weeks ago that. unusually large crop of wheat will ouce, and probably all the other counseized his gun, aud with a voice like Joseph M.. Edwards, a native of Adair Murrell, and five or six sisters, all v'.rs Waggener were not at home, and prove of great worth, but the seriousa war trumpet broke out in the chorus county, was the treasurer of the State living in and near Fort Worth. did not know that the building had ness of tlie drouth will be felt more ty bridges. The one at Columbia is left Adair county soon after been entered until meal time, when owned by the pike company and it is of the Keutuckiau's battle song, of Texas. Another Adair county man keenly than auy failure ever exper- badly need iug paint. the close of the civil war. Hurah! liurah! for the bouuie flag has also come to die front in that they missed edibles which had been ienced in tins-par- t of the country. placed on the table, In speaking of that bears asingle star." The men State James Alexander Breeding, Miss Mary D. Patteson opened her The Kentucky Game and Fish Com- the affaic. some little girls report that sprang into line as if on dress parade. who has served two terms in the LegLives pf poor men oft remind, us that parlors to the jounger set last Thursa reward of 825 00 for in passing the house they heard some The chorus rang along the line. The islature and has also been appointed mission offers a chance, the day evening aud they were there in honest toil don't Yankees hesitated. Steady men, aim special Judge of the District Courts. the conviction of any person of plac- oue walkiug on the inside. Nothing more we work we ieave benina us large numbers. The hours were most ing or caused to be placed in any of of value was missed. low, ready aim fire, roared out tfxe higher patches on our pants On our delightfully spent, all regretting when dynacommand from Xuckois. The enemy Mr. J. J. Stokes has sold his interest the public waters of the State pants once new and glossy now are for departure arrived. Rehalted, their lines were b r o k e p. in the Stokes Bros, farm at Horse mite or other explosives for the purMr.J: N Coffey is thinking serious patches of different hue; all because the time were served. Twenty-fiv- e freshments Charge bayonets again, came quick Shoe Bottom to his brother, Mr. W. pose of catching fish ly of building a porch to his store dollars is also offered for arrest and house, lie has figured that he can subscribers linger and wont pay up and clear from the gallant 2sTuckes. A. Stokes, and purchased W. A. aud what i3 due Then let all be up and Has any one seen a kid uuder eightThe enemy's front no longer faced the Al stokes interest iu their Roller Mill. couviction of auy person who hunts turn the two middle windows in the doing; send in your mite be it e'er so een smoking a cigatette in this town boys in gray. This wbs the last charge The style of the firm here after will he wiihout license. second story into doors, turn two small, or when cold winter strikes us since the new law went into effect, made upon our army at Shiloh, vais J.J Stokes & Sons. Monticello Outrooms into offices, building a winding we will have no pants at all Jutie 15th? The boy who indulges in Coffey, who was wanted iu Met- stairway Asa Gen. Kuckels, and it was repulsed by look. to reach them It would be the use of coffin tacks in not long for calfe county, for violating the local an improvement, besides the rooms the song of Heck Burton. He mod-eatiCircuit court at Jamestown lasted this world. adds. Capt. Burtou now lives in Independence Day gave some people option laws, was captured recently in could be rented for rive dollars each the full two weeks Luciau Meadows, one of the Southern States. He is a an opportunity to get out and take ; Monroe county and delivered to the per month? who was charged with stealing money Dr. Fraqk Cheek, of DanvilK will lineal decenoant of Simon, Kenton some fresh air. The banks of Colum- i auuiunutts ill .ciuiuuiiiaju. iu is uisu valuables from the resi- preach at the Presbyterian church, aud other T and was one of the biavest soldiers bia were closed during the day, the said that Coffey forfeited a bond of Jeffrie'? Hardware Store and the dence of James Miller, who lives in this city .nexj Sunday forenoon and iu the Southern Confederacy. post office a large portion of the day, two hundred dollars, to appear before iirstNatoual Bank have erected a Herrlford Bottom, was given a trial evening "Every body cordially Invited. as is well known, is now the and the News office force went fishing the Federal Court, Louisville. .. . metal awniug running the ull leugth and promptly acquitted. very efficient- - Quarter-mastGeneral and stitching. THg fncriicat the Fair Grouuds, on buildings. It will pievew of the two of Kentucky, and will doubtless be Statements of the three State the hot rays from reaching their Monday was county court, but a the FoUrthVwas not largely attended, .uite surpristd to see this incident in A duelling and five acres of ground banks, doing business in Adair county fronts, making the inte.rior of the very small crowd was in' town, and no rbut those who put in an appearance- News. Our-- buildines' much cooler. It will alsaj extra amount of business was. trans feporfa veffy enjoyable day. innc as ne was totally uuaware at the"property of the late G W. Flow are published in ttie time he uarated it, .that he was ers, located In she town of Gradvville,-- : readers are asked to give them careful, .furnish shade for those who have the acted. It will take a gelieral rain o y ' ' uime to .slt under it. ?!. foaversing with a scribbler, i was sold by the Master Commissioner consideration. . There ., L. W. Bennett received twelve hjon-nmove the farming element. last Monday. It brought $520, Elberjb' j has not even be'en dew iu this county dred sheep here last Monday, He will v . -J l there . .were three gflejl , HJarsaitel Dunbar, of Russell county, for three weeks. ' ship 'them from Campbellsvllle to Last (1week Miss Zella Peiley, one of Columbia's Tfell becoming the purchaser. a$ Sparksviileand- several Qtfeer 4eliverjd 175 sheep to Mrl L. W. Betir rains Louisville. ! popular and highly respected teachers, J ' Yates & Dixon struck water, -- last "points in Adair County,bufc up twulasti afj-,.- , .ll olace. last Fridax... One I An- infant daughter,,, three months. 1U6- been employed ' to teach- in- the Roeky Hill, Mr. P. B. Engisuw". ursdy it had -- .been about tbim tiiw&dfjii fche nuaibw -- war ' choice Ota,-o- f Mr. suiiixnu Hamilton, Puy,iJie Graded School the coining Monday, o n Gordon Montgomery's J ,. thte..fetetd county v aad.i ,, ago.- any had fUn hlee. 85 feefc' is vftltiBff'ia iweefcs siac r , ., airplay, died a,iw5tars rcenises at a depth.Qf Jfc inning in September. r . '' teft a itAmx with tMjaews. y," ..'"'- al ht two-thirdSf-la- well-know- n h -- - -- --- 35-2- t. -- J e. , other-relative- s blue-flam- half-gallo- e 1 ',;. ht 35-3- t. F I ht Mr-Murre- ll si-au- d y Geu-INucko- ls, et u. to-day- 's rr i - ..,. k - - - -- -- - 'f --- .. ,, if-- i Wi A 00 .' f THE Ingratitude Flattery & ADAJLiu jONTY NEWS Etc. f Every one who has had experience and is of sound mind and disposing memory, recalls some incident in life, where ingratitude, deception and etc., have played a prominent part and has formed a groove in .which will flow forever a life of misfortune, sorrow, want and woe, generated by the falsity and fickleness of those who practice this heartless and growing evil and the individual who brings this misery and misfortune to his or her victim has, (I will assert without fear of contradiction,) committed an unpardonable sin. The desire to seem rather than to be is carried into every department of life and its effect is most commonly felt by some one worthy of the respect and admiration of any one. Some one who would have clinched the glided ladder of fame and in the evening of life had a peaceful, serene hour in which to die, a life of usefulness to God and to mankind, full of noble aims and thoughts but instead the frost of ingratitude nipped the bud and that life is completely a failure. Give the Cows a Good Home. to the interest and jusKEEPING SWINE tice of. humanity, and life will be real, and the grave will not be A good dairy barn, warm, well HEALTHY IN WINTER Respt., lighted and well ventilated and its goal. ' E. G. Hardwick, If convenient have your feed and convenient in its arrangement, bog nest in a small wood lot or blue means that the cows will do their Neatsburg, Ky, grass pasture. Never ring hogs, but desire, root to their Surprising Cure of Stomach Trouble let theui L. Rodehaven hearts in the best, because they are warm and Every floor is teeming with the newest and best in of Ohio writes F. will keep When you have trouble with your X:u.oual Stockman. Never put more comfortable; they or forty together, and stomach 01 chronic constipation, don't tbuu thirty-fivimagine that your case is beyond help construct a good board pen about 8 healthier because of light and just because that your doctor fails to by 10 feet for sleeping quarters. Place ventiJatilation; they will drcp give you relief. Mrs. G. Stengla, Plain-fiel- the sleeping quarters on a raised pieca Stocks tip the Acme of Excellence feed- stronger and better calves; It N". J., writes: "For over a month of ground as far away from the ing place as convenient. Board the past I have been troubled with my pen up tight, nut leave an air space at means a much easier proposition RUGS, CARPETS, DRAPERIES and WALL PAPER stomach' Everything I ate upset it each end and a 2 by 2 feet entrance, terribly. One of Chamberlain's ad- Have a wide board hinged to one side to secure good help. It means Vie with each other for Early Recognition vertising booklets came to me. After to make it convenient to clean out. If reading a few of the letters from peo- you have it on a dry spot do not floor less time consumed in doing ple who had been cured bv Chamber- it. but let them sleep on the ground. chores. It means a better prod- The Best news of all are our Low Prices, fixed by an lain's Tablets, 1 decided to try them. Bed them once a week with the refuse I have taken nearly three fourths of a and left over cornstalks from the sta uct in the way of milk and Economical Organization, Centrally Located, yet re- package of them and can now eat ble or feed lot By having the sleeping quarters and cream, and consequently an opmoved from the high rent district. almost everything tuat I want." For feeding place separated the. hogs will sale by all dealers and Paull Drug Co. portunity for a better market, get the needed exercise in cold weather Ad in going to their feed when they are and last, it means a big element Hubbuch Bros., & Wellendorff disinclined to stir about. When the weather is not too cold they will for- in the personal pride that you The Way We Live. Incorporated age for roots and nuts, and not being ringed are able to secure considerable take in your business, and that 522 and 524 West MarketlSt. food by rooting. About every four or Did you know that the articles five weeks, when the weather is warm, in particular gDes a long way toFor more than Thirty Years, Louisville's Leading ward spelling success. which go to make up your home ment be. SPRING -- 1914. H e Wall and Floor Coverings d, represent almost every state in the union? They do. The average citizen imagines that he lives at home, but he does not. He gets up in the morning and puts on his socks made in New York, shoe3 in Boston and pants made in Ohio. He dips some water from a Missouri buckent with a Chicago dipper and puts it in an 4mhHCT gestive organs, enabling them to assimilate less food into the greater gain of flesh which is of the highest quality. They can be at any age. They are prolific careful mothers and good milkers. No breed excels them for grazing. Experiments show they will produce tiOO pounds cf meat from each acre of clover consumed and double that amount when fed one pound of corn daily for every hundred pounds of live weight. When in pasture they should have shade and plenty of pure water. The sow shown is a fine type of the Berkshire. fat-'ten- ed remarkable vitality and strong The Berkshire breed of hogs have di- Has Your Child Wormst Most children do. A Coated. Fui- red Tongue; Strong Breath, Stomach Pains, Circles under the Ejes: Pale, Sallow Complezion; Nervous, Fretful Grinding of teeth. Tossing in Sleep; Peculiar Dreams any one of these indicate Child has Worms. Get a box i of Kickapoo Worm Killer at once. It Worms the cause of your kills the Carpet and Rug House. Special All Notice Indiana washpan and washes his This great sin is being prac- face with a cake of St. Louis Save Seed for SpuirrelS. ticed by the older generation, as soap. He dries his face with a roaches well as by the young, and any Rhode Island towel and one regardless of sex or age who his hair with a Vermont comb. An interested reader inform? He takes Cuban coffee in an Insays I will and fails to make the get them up and spray thein with a us that the squirrels are very cup and saucer, sweetened good dip heated to a rather warm attempt, has not only lost re- diana temperate. Never give them too fond of the squash and pumpNew Orleans sugar and much bedding, and when the nest spect and admiration for them- it with kin seed which the farmer and a 'a New York spoon. gets too.little dusty give it a good spray lug selves but the respect and admi- stirred with housewife consign to the garknife, fork and plate are made Be sure there is plenty of good run- bage pail. So do ration of all those around them. His ning water or a self feeding tank for not throw in the North, and his table cloth them to drink at. Keep slack coal Every reader has conversed with and salt and wood ashes by them all them away, but save them, and He eats a piece of Chica- the time. Feed a mixture of mid those whose eloquence dazzled. ditto. you are out walking in the dlings, bran and a little tankage or; when go ham fried in Kansas lard, oilmen! and use some feeding molasses Whose pretended e a r n e st- woods, throw them under the mixture into a thin slop by sops his St. Louis biscuit, season Jlnke this in ness created witnm you an ,.utting it the troughs and pouring trees and the squirrels will take ed with Boston soda and Michi the water on it Let the hogs do the enthusiasm equal to mix'ng themselves, which they will do care of them. The writer knows gan salt, into Louisiana molas to the complete satisfaction of all con- of a case of a man digging out a their own, yet behind all this, cerned. He wipes his mouth on a chipmunk's hole and finding in it lurking in almost total disguise, ses SCAB ON CATTLE. napkin and seats his over a peck of chestnuts which a monster, which repelled the ad- Vermont family around a Michigan table Simnle Remedy For This Common Pei the chipmunks had stored up for miration their genius attracted. of the Farm Stable. in chairs from the same state. "Barnyard itch" is a white scabt winter.s use." It is without question the greatgrowth around- the eyes an I in blotfh a His meal was cooked on a St. on the neck and .sometimes farther est fault the present age poss.Louis stove, with wood cut with oaek on the body. It is a parasite and esses, and most generally pracShortstops. Vflll spread from one animal to another a Pittsburg ax and hauled in an and will live for years in a barn that ticed by the so called "courting have been infected by Indiana wagon. Then the citi-zs- n has It is transmissible cattle that handto people It class," of boys and girls who After all crossing the' ocean is so puts a Boston saddle on a ling cattle rub affected If they "should happen to the affected spots with almost as dangerous as crossing do not realize that life has a soul his bare wrist or hand, as one is apt to Mirrouri mule and gets out On the a Louisville street. do in tying or stanchioning. and sentiment and in deceiving plow and works in the field en- human It corner as hundreds of small each other obstruct the stream festers, which scab over and keep Solicitor Folk of the Interstate cumbered, possibly, with a New spreading and are very painful. of life along whose current peace, untrying everything L could think Jersey montgage. He returns of.After thebest carbolic acid, brushed Commerce Commission, is even haypiness and contentment and only aggravat- doubtedly from Missouri. at night and satisfies his appetite on with a feather, my desperation one ing the sore, In would have sailed supreme. If Why not give Jack Johpson the with another imported meal, fills day I mixed some hog's lard and sultogether, rubbed It on freely, and phur the present generation would his Indiana lamps with Pennsyl- the soi'es disappeared like magic, says next Nobel peace prize? He put D. W. Cobb in the National Stockman turn a deaf ear to this class of vania oil and lights it with a I nscd it on cattle with like results an end to gegilism. people, and impress deeply upon f the stanchions with the mix As soon as mediation began to New York match. He then fills tuie and have never had a case of it the minds of the rising generI told others of it. and his Missouri pipe with North since. have have it and killed the scab look like a good thing, the Mex used :hey ation, the grandeur and beauty, The Carolina tobacco and settles down on their cattle. made remedy is so sim- ican rebels wanted some. , ple and easily that a child can on the one side, the sham and for a com- make and use it Just mix hog's lard One secret of success is to prein a Northern chair full of sulphur and rub it in thoroughly. foulness of the other, childhood, tend to be happy and prosperous fortable smoke. When bedtime young man and womanhood days comes he takes down the family ThereDanger In Feeding Salt.in feed when you are neither. is considerable danger would be full of fond memories. rug salt to ewes just before lambing was printed in Bible, which A leopard may change its spots, time. Many cases have been known We could hear the echo of pleasreads a chapter com- where abortion has been traced direct- but Victor Murdock will never ly to the use of salt during this period. ant voices whose Hying soul was posed in Jerusalem, then retires Sheep must have salt and plenty of it; submit to caucus rule. the sunlight of our early exist to bed, sleeps under imported but this Is one time during the life cycle when it should be withheld. Not Paris may like an opera withence. We could converse with only have bad results been noticed and is kept awake two from the feeding of salt ben when covers out words, but it will never them in dreamland, and be preby the yeowls of his cats, aheep have been fed a liberal supply hours of beets or turnips abortion ans been stand for a chorus without girls pared to meet every one face to the only home product more prevalent than otherwleo. This which are is attributed to the factN thu; U're is ace on the final day when our We understand that the Bull more salt in these feeds thai in others. lie has on his farm. records are read and judged. Moosers think the initials G. 0. Medicine in the World Wheat as a Cattle Feed. Young.man, young woman, be The Best P. stand for Greedy Old Party. In finishing cattle for market con"My little girl had dyseutery very true to every trust, be frank, bad. I thought she would die. Cham- - siderable grain is required. Steers canMr. Mellen's disclosures are not consume enough of the ordinary beflaiu's Colic, Cholera and Diar- roughage to lay on much fat While sincere and honest with all manrhoea Remedy cured her, and I can corn is generally considered almost in however not a part of the railkind. Disdain and abhor all truthfully say that I think it is the dispensable in finishing stock for mar- roads appeal for high freight best medicine in the world," writes ket wheat can be used very satisfactwho are influenced by pub- Mrs. William Orvis, Clare, Mich. For orily, as a snbstitnte. Owing to thp rates. those sale by all dealers and Paull Drug Co. fact that the grains of wheat are small lic, sentiment, unless that senti Ad. fiDi hard it is necessary to grind it in What do you suppose the wom Mas-sachusetts, child's condition. Is Laxative and aids Nature to expel the Worms. Supplied in candy torm. Easy for children to take. 25. Recommended by Ad Paull Drug Co. Persons Who Are Behind tion Books One Year on our SubscripWill have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once The Government t Will Not carry Papers in thr Mai) for Parties who Owe More than one Year en would find to worry about if tucky was available o n July they were given the right to 1st. vote? By a decision of the Supreme Some of those Senatorial can- - Court of the United States, the didates around the country are Southern Paciffc and other running just for past-- roads get title to oil lands worth $700,000,000. time. . rail-eviden- tly Formerly the United States A collision between two airSenate was "The Millionaires' ships, 1,500 feet in the air in Club." Now it seems to be the Austria resulted in the death of wailing place. all the occupants of both machine, numdering nine persons. Latest News. The pulpits of 50 Philadelphia churches were filled Sunday by j Forty persons were injured members of the American Mediwhen trolleys collided at San- cal Association on their way to dusky, 0. meeting at Atlantic City. In several sections of Southern Fighting has been resumed at not been a Kentucky there has Zacatecus and the Constitutionweeks. drop of rain for six alists, under the personal coma Henderson mand of Gen. Villa have capcounty farmer, was shot and tured three inposts and outprobably fatally wounded by a posts. John Hudson, " neighbor after an altercation. Robert J. Maloney, known as "Willard and Wizard," commitof a ted suicide by jumping-ouwindow in the Cincinnati jail. t Causes of Stomach Troubles. Ledentary habits, lack of out door exercise, insufficient mastication of food, constipation, a torpid liver, worry and anxiety, overeating, partaking of food and drink, not suited to your and occupation. Correct your order to secure the best 'results.. ae The Federal Government ap- habits and take Chamberlain's Tabpropriation of $10,000 for farm lets and j ou wi.l soon be well again. For sale by all dealers and PaullyDrug work in Ken- - Co. demonstration Ad -- ... THE ADAIR COUJNT NEWS wMIIIIIwIwI,"I'II,rpiI,II,"IwI,II'"I"I" '1"f $ $xtfxH Let Us Reason to-da- y efc- - will stand weaning better, and The advocates of woman suf- also winter better. Together! There are few crops grown in the garden that cannot be fol lowed by later crops. The calf that has a dainty ap petite is very apt to develop into a cow with a similar habit. Sheep are a persistent agency or improvement to the soil of the Was a Wise Old Saying I want every and that is exacty what I want us to do FARMER who has Sheep, to investigate my work, and see if tins is not the place for you to bring or ship your WOOL to get the best VALUE for it-- 2Jbw if you don't want your Wool Manufactured, I will pay jou the BEST HOME MARKET PRICE, for I need every pound of Woo! I can get I am trying to represent the old fashiond goods like our mothers used to make, in the manufacture of Blankets, Flannels. Liuuy, Jeans, Yarnes, Etc Let me hear from your Wool this season any way. Goods shipped cheap by mail anywhere. T farms on which they are kept. What is the use of struggling along with sugar beets when good old alfalfa is the better crop? Farmers Woolen Mills, MfM P. O. Jamestown, Ky. E. L. BEECE, Mar. Shipping Point, Greasy Creek. Landing. &$Q&$ There is much risk and little to gain in breeding heifers to calve months while under twenty-eigh- t old. BUY r THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels off, and is neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but The indifferent farmer is the one who is always most slow and careless when it comes to working the road. This is a g iod time to begin teaching young stock to roost indoors, if they haven't been in the habit of doing so before. Seal Paints Silver Stains and Varnishes Finishes, 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 Mf'g Company, (Incorporated) 513 W. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. When a horse is found cast in hh hull of light drafe. C. E. Nicholson, the well known Engstall do not become "rattled." as often ana. occurs. Many a horse has been shot ai lish yachting expert.' is the designer of Mildred loved Edgar Corneal even If she bad not, would rather have paralyzed that would get up in time it the Shamrock IV. married an ogre than Wingate. The sensibly treated. Remember that when As to Rough Hockey. problem was how to force him to re- a horse has been cast for a long time the hind leg on the under side tends to The players on our American hockey lease her, which was the only way by which she could inherit her propeity. become numb or cramped from lack of teams may get a little too frisky at Color of the egg shell has noth- She treated him scornfully, but did not circulation of blood, In this condition times, but we should be thankful that Wingate it it is useless to the horse. Pull the they are not as bloodthirsty as our ing to do with the flavor of the secure any response. the terms borethe horse out of the stall, if that is found friends across the border. of without retort By possible. Never try to make him get man was nearly by the will if Mildred did not marry him up when it is seen that he is cast. He atA Montreal recently, killed in a gaina eggs as it is influenced moving a local years he was to hold the within two has tried his best to rise and failed newspaper to publish across two colproperty in trust so long as he li"ed. If he cannot be pulled into the runfood and the surroundings. umns in large type the following-warninto have the income for himself. way at the rear of the stall pull down It is poor policy to change the One day Mildred disappeared. When the partition against which he is cast, "The almost fatal accident to e Wingate learned of this move he was examinp roll the again emphasizes the dangers of quarters of the hens or pullets disquieted. He feared some game, then legs that horse over and he has been lying upon. hockey and the necessity on the part the but could think of no way by which One them may be broken. That while laying for it usually checks she could secure her fortune. What often of found to be the case and usual- - of the team managers to keep down, is the temper of the men. he most desired was that she would or stops egg production. "It would be a great pity if any of withhold her consent to marry him till our rinks should be shut up through the two years' grace had elapsed, after The sooner the chick's night which he would enjoy the income of popular clamor as a result of what thp law must call at least sporting manproperty and manage the business the the quarters are made rat-proLa-lond- frage have won an important BRIEF SILAGI 'FAGOTS. IN THE WORLD OF victory in the decision of the IlSilage fed stock require less grain than cattle fed linois supreme court that the SPORT dry fodder and produce beef more economicallj. woman suffrage act of that state Few facts in agriculture have been more clearly and conclu--' Nicholson Is Designer of the is constitutional. True the desively established than that the Shamrock IV. cision was by a majority vote silo is a necessity to the stock farmer. and alQng party lines, but all the Combining the cost of grow-- ', ing the corn crop and the cost of same it clears the atmosphere in siloing and adding 30 cents per ton for depreciation, the cost of Illinois and is generally welcomproducing silage amounts to .$2.23 ed as the natural settlement of a ler ton. Silage, whether it be corn. Kaffir or cane, has a palatability question which has agitated poand a succulence which other litical life in that state for many feeds do not possess and which '.are absolutely essential in mak-- ! years. The decision is bound to ing up a suitable ration for thb milking cow. have considerable influence on The cow will not tire of silage as she will of other feeds. The the movement in other states, cow will eat silage the year around if she has opportunity. and also in other countries, be cause Illinois is the moat popu- HORSE CAST IN STALL Uous state in the Union to give the ballot to women. To be sure Method of Procedure When This Com mon Accident Occurs. the constitution will have to be A "cast" horse is one that gets dowr Great Interest has been aroused by in the stall and is unable to rise. Tim the statement thn the Shamrock IV.. amended in order to confer full is a common and often fatal accident the new challenger for the America's suffrage on women but that in that might in many instances be pre cup. will have a csnterboard. The use vented, says Dr. A. S. Alexander in of this distinctly American contrivance will indicate that the yacht will have a the Rural New Yorker. time will be certain to come. one-thir- d ! ', ! I g. 0. G. BARDWICX, Prei. J. 0. COCKF, V. Pres.l 8 " H. DIETZMAN, Sec W. T.Pyne Mill & Supply Co. puiiiii&iGHTS 1 mACHiNiSTS DEALERS'IN $f -E- STABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED I3S9 ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MUS. 1301 TfilRTeeNTff-Mftl- li GRfST MILLS, FEED MILLS LOUTSVILLe b SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work "HBBt MSif ' 3& JOBBING WORK SOLICITED 's22 All Kinds of Machinery Repaired The will read gain "in case the said Samuel Wingate shall better. There is nothing to refuse to marry, my daughter Mildred Winterfield. at any time within the by running risks with rats. said two years." etc. Wingate read As the weather grows cooler this over and considered the matter safe. The will did not say how he more corn and kafir corn can be was to refuse, but this nide no difference. He would not refuse in any added to the ration, but it is a form. Wingate had no desire to marry Milbad practice to feed these grains dred Winterfield. Indeed, he had nothing to gain by a marriage with her, exclusively. for in that cose she would inherit the property and cright make it unpleasDon't forget the sand for the ant for him. He had seen her only years when she was about ducks. Besides a visible supply once,an awkward girl, who fifteenchangwas old, handy at all times, their morn- ing to womanhood. At the time of her father's death she was a fine looting and night mash should always ing woman, with golden hair, fair com plexion and dark brown eyes. contain some. One day a young woman called at Wingate's office and applied for a posiDo not throw out the sour milk; tion as typewriter and stenographer. There were no vacancies, and she was give it to the chicks; it's a valu- refused. A few days later Wingate received a note signed Elizabeth Dar-roable food for them and much relasking him if he would favor her with a call since she had something to ished. Skimmilk or buttermilk tell him to his advantage. This request, taken with certain glances Miss is also good. Darrow had given him, made him suspicious that she had designs upon blm. To prevent the further spread Then suddenly he was struck with an w, of so long as he lived. slaughter. "Hockey ofiicials and hockey rule, no matter how strict either of their are. cannot prevent rough play. "It is all in the hands of the teaiu managers. "Let them use the power they possess over the players under their control wisely and well lest th public l& compelled to look to the criminal i if the newspapers, where cr.ro ners courts and prison cells are featured for the latest hockey news in stead of on the sporting page." col-umi- is of apple scab a second applica- Idea. "1 do believe," he said to himself, tion of lime sulphur diluted one "that she is a decoy of Mildred Win- The Adair County News One Dollar a Year. I gallon to forty gallons of water should be made. Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer gpsi1 M he Adair County News and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One i , Of BOURBON POULTRY down a chief's throat cures capes, few drops in the drinking water prevents cholera, cures and diarrhoea and other chick diseases. One EOc bottle makes 12 gallons of Sample and booklet on "Dis CUkC. a Year For Only $1.35 ' Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly Enquirer is It Is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, and it is one of the best horn metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRES for obtatnins the world's events, and for that reason can frfue you all the leading news. It carries a carries a grt at 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. ZTThis grand offer is limited and weadvise you to take advantage by subscribing for thelabove combination right now. Call or mail orders to Parsnips and carrots are much better if allowed to remain in the ground until the weather freezes. Cover them with manure and they can be dug up at any time. The young stock on the farm, especially the calves that are stunted in their early growth, are seldom as well developed as those that grow from the very beginning. Many growers do not know I Bourbon Remedy Co. lexugtcn, tj. Farm News. Cull out the old hens. Furnish sand to the ducks. Kep the lice. milk cool and clean. Keep up the war on poultry the value of humus, they are satisfied with, their soil. Humus is the life of your land. Aid vegi-tabl- e matter to your soil whenever you can, A CiOod Investment a stock of Chamberlain's medicine so as to be able to supply them to his fifteen different breeds TrTTMhE5 customers. After receiving them he or sheep are now recognized. was himself taken sick and says, that bottle o f Chamberlain's Don't be afraid of getting the but what little they drink must one small Cholera and Diarroea Remedy Colio, soil around the asparagus too was worth more to him than the cost be clean. of his entire stock of these medicines. rich. For sale by all dealers and Paull Drug A-bo-- Always scald the churn out well before churning. The Adair County News, Columbia, K y. W. D. Magli, a well known merchant of Whitemound, Wis., bought Sheep do not drink much water A lamb.that isJargetand.strong Co. Ad this woman and asked her to marry tn That would not be refusing to marry Mildred, but they doubtless have hit upon a plan to twist evidence i) a. to make it appear that it' making love to their decoy I have refused to marry Mildred. There are plenty .of lawyers smart enough to do that All I have to say is if they catch me napping they must get up early in the morning." After considerable deliberation be determined not to let it appear that he suspected their game till he had elicitHe ed more of it from the decoy. made no reply to Miss Darrow's communication, confident that he would hear from her again, ne did bear by note, in which references were made to love passages between them which had never occurred. This confirmed Wingate's suspicions. But he did not know what action to take, or, rather, lie decided that he had better take no action at all. In time another letter came frorr UK Darrow. hinting at proceedings for .breach of promise. Wingate congratulated himself on his foresight in laying down the scheme in advance. A trumped up case of breach of promise to Miss Darrow was to be turned into a refusal to marry Miss Winter-field- . It did not appear to Wingate .that he should pay any attention to these notes. By doing so he might get caught in the trap being laid 'for him All he did' was to give orders that if "the Darrow woman" came to see him she was to be told that she could not see him. Notwithstanding this order, one day he looked up from his 'desb and saw his unwelcome visitor standing near him. "I have called." she said, "to ask if .vou intend to do me justice." "I don't know you. madam." "You do know that you have asked me to be your wife." hflv not " -- terfield and her lover. The object is to get me in a position where it can be proved that I have made love to The only practical way we have to improve live stock is by the use of good pure bred sires. It should need no argument to convince any man that as long as scrub sires are used by farmers the quality of the live stock on farms will improve slowly if at all. The undesirable male animal must not be allowed to perpetuate his bad qualities. There is no need that he should, and it is only because farmers do not fully realize the truth of their own assertion that we need better live stock that they tolerate these scrubs in the land. The pure bred Percheron stallion shown is the kind that produces topnotch draft horses. Iy i v; necessitates the destruction of the uiumi. If the legs are found intact N. A. A. O. Mseting. l . to move them thoroughly and The annual meeting of the National l to stimulate the uuiM-Iei Association of Amateur Oarsmen will of lilooi! A stimulating be held at the New York Athletic club .iiisiiviit Mwi.'ird upon the muscles will on March 21. At this session the date imbue .! ,t:i u. 'ctremities the circulation and nlace for the 1014 national regatta !! . Mifihave become will be arranged. According to an off;:i.tl sensitive encourage the Ji .ii in Philadelphia icial of the national ; worse e. If he cannot do so have will probably get the big event, en assist him. if necessary several several western cities ore afthelping to lift him by means of a folded canvis sheet or even a wide plank er it. Philadelphia lia not had the event passed under his belly. for several years, and since the QuakBefore sliootiug a cast horse that u one of unable to rise, although his leg is not ers' course on the Schuylkill is the best in the country the chances are broken, have the veterinarian use the the National Association of Amateur a catheter to draw off the urine. Philaoften is brought on by the strug- Oarsmen will vote favorably for delphia. Baltimore and Detroit also gles of a cast horse that has been standing idle in the stable. The urine are after the date. in such a case will be found dark red Harry Lewis Quits Ring. brown in color or like strong coffee. Harry Besterman. better known to The disease may prove curable by the intelligent treatment of a qualified vet- ring followers as Harry Lewis, who is slowly improving at his home from erinarian. the iujnrie he received last October, when he was knocked out in the fifth Money In Swine, Ssvine raising is one way to utilize round of a bout with Joe Borrell. an the surplus grain and the waste acres Indianapolis middleweight, declared he as pasture. Swine consume an enor will never again don a glove- - He says tnous amount of food, but they make that an injury lie sustained in an autorapid gain." usually mature quick mobile incident in London a few years as compared to other animals and are ago. is me real cause of his condition. among that class of animals that reThe romier fighter made his reputaproduce the species rapidly. Money intion in the lightweight class and was vested in swine should bring dividends t onj time the sensation of Paris. sooner, as a rule, than when invested In cattle or sheep. Every farm should Pirate Holdouts. hare enough swine to supply the The Pittsburgh Pirates have fwo-family with pork and bacon holdouts on their hands. Claude Hen- Farm and Ranch. drick. the pitcher, says lie will not play with the Pirates miles he is given an,increase in salary He demands Pure Brcds Pay. A litter of eight good pigs from a $7,500 and says that if Preyfuss re-pure bred boar mated with a choice fuses to give it to him he will lump sow will require less feed and when to the Federals. Mas Carey I holdgrown will produce fifty pounds of ing the Pirates up for a $G..r00 salary. meat per pig more than scrubby ones President Dreyfuss refuses to discuss jhap making 400 pounds of addition r the question, but it Is thought that he niefl t wjthout Hddltibual expgwe. will make some sort of compromise.' in;-ee- "Will Be Game's Best Year." Connie Maek. mauairer of the world'j champion Athletic, doe- not agree with Ban .iohiismi. president of the American league, who recently in a Chicago interview said the year 191J would be most disastrous for baseball. On the other hand, the master mind of the game in a forecast said it would be baseball's best season. Manager Mack said: "I'm not predicting any pennants at this time, but I feel confident that th Athletics will he able to hold their own in W14. We must have our strongest team, for the other clubs, especially those that finished in the second diviI sion, will be greatly strengthened. look for a much harder race than Ins' year, because all of the clubs will he more evenly balanced. The fans will see better baseball this year, which have every reason to believe will he the name's most successful in every way." - a:ii . ! s nor-mi- by. eli Azo-turi- . . man-ager'-- s -- , ' , ' ft&Wv- r -. .-- AV -- .' n -. 4H-- . i?J -- ttWtJlTI andrwoifld haye'Mrrfi&rtfi Aa'didaey i Kspyou. Talk it'ni the home fine quaKties in the worjdff he' before madf hlj&nark - v rKlyville.; - "V xir ' in the stores, the worKsnops ana had lived. The writer extends A startling statementbUt a true! one fa this case. The weather has been pleasant One feaspoomul of medicine and two pounds of on" the farm. Let every friend his sympathy to his. bereaved Write for4trialpacJeae BY THE down this way for the past week. your own ground feed (cost about 3 cents equal, of Bee Dee STOCK & I " I parents. become enthused and work in what they do for your animals and fowls, two POULTRY MEDICINE. I also our 32 pate. Qlustra- Aiair County News Company. Robert Wethington and Will pounds of any ready-mastock or poultry tonic Jed book, fullr explaining to bring out a full vote. Mr. Alva Harvey visited at (price 25 cents) . There you are I If 'you don't its uses. Address: ) Diddle spent last Friday night iNpORPORATED. believe it, try it, out Buy, today, a can of Bee Dee Stock Medicine I Lawrence Harvey s last week. Company, '' Looks Hopeful. I in Columbia. Chattanooga. Tenn. STOCK & POULTRY EDITOR.' NAS. S. HARRIS I Bob Simpson, who has been on Mr. Norman Morrison ahd "HEDIONE the sick list for several days, is family 26c; 50c aad $1. per cam visited in Columbia East es fecials tesk Males k iocrtlc newspaper devoted to the inOnt., July 2: Niagara Falls, Ouf At yoar dealer's. City of Columbia and the' people better. terest of the P. B. 3 Saturday and Sunday. A lair and adjacent counties. Communication between the two Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Harvey warring factions, in Mexico, Robert Rowe, of Sparksville, as Entered at the Columbia and Mrs. Bob Wilson visited in which, it is hoped, eventually was in our midst last Friday. class mall matter. for the International Harvester the Price'B Creek neighborhood Subscription price f 1.00 per year. will lead to conferences for, the The hay harvest is about over .Company. Ij. H. ,. last week. establishment of peacewas be-- . VetiJLnBPy Surgeon inthis. section. Quite a light .jrTArnoIdVof Columbia, who """ WED. ' :JBLY 8, 191 ""and Dentlbt y when the. delegation gun crop of hay made. Beck's Store. isdrqmming for the Watkins ears experience. Special attention repr eseitingjQen.. Hurta formThe wheat threshers are in Co,was through this pari of ziven to Surgical and Dental work. ANNOUNCEMENT. t ally addressed to tbethree, .Soujh Office at residence near Graded School News is scarce and the weath- this section. We understand (the country last week. building. mediators a jipte to be PHONE NO. ITS Judge op Court of Appeals. American er dry and hot, in great need of wheat iB turning out exceedingly For Mr. George Keeney and sister, transmitted to the .Constitution- - a good ram well. 4. ,i.v-; LaFayette, Ind., are visiting Wash- alist -representatives in Trr " Notice .. sZ& Public W; L Grady made a crop of Mrs. Jennie ,We are authorized to announce Mrs. Susan Garrett has been Smith. They will ington. In this the Huerta deleSOLLIN HURT a candidate for Judge real sick but is improving now. hay this year like Carter's oats. be here two or three weeks. General Blacksmithing .of the Court of Appeals, in the Third gates express their willingpess district, subject to the action of the to discuss measures of peace Mr. J. H. Ritchey and family, Did not have room where the Mr. Will Ed Squires and sister, Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly , done. All kinds of Robber Tires pat on. Special voters, expressed at the Democratic grass grew. t,? Miss Ruth were visiting their attention to Ilorse Shoeing. Prices right and . August primary. with the Constitutionalists and of Burkesville, and Mr. and Mrs. . satisfaction Guaranteed. ;a Charlie Sparks; our mail man. brother Neatsburg last Saturbring to an end the civil strife John Lee Walker, of - Columbia, Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot. good mutton day and Sunday. PHONE NO. 75 wnich has been devastating1 their have been attending the Sulphur is very anxious for It will only be twenty-thre- e v ' Springs at this place. or two. Whoever hasanyfbr; days from the date of this paper country for the last year. Mr. Jo Allen ThomaB and Miss JEFF PARSON, sale please drop. him a card, Campbellsville, tty. Mary Caldwell, of Milltown, until the Democratic primary The Huerta delegation 'wrote Miss Lizzie Garmon, of MarThe Adair County Spoke Co., were visiting "Misses Nina and election. The News again urges in response to a note from'the rowbone, is visiting her aunt, is the life of our town, ft is Bessie Smith last Saturday night iiie friends of Hon. Rollin Hurt mediators, delivered to them as Mrs. Crit Cole. You're Billious and Costive! to become active and do every well as the American delegation, Mr. Sam Nunn, of Houston, business all the day long ri and Sunday, . Sick Headache, Bad Breath, Sour n man .thing in their power to bring out suspending the sessions of me- Texas; and Mr. Bill Traylbr, of Judge Lirich, a Ernest Cundiff and Ann Liz Stomach, Furred Tongue and Indigesvote It will not do for diation because the international this place, spent Saturday night in this part of the cdmity, is in Squires; John Will Cundiff and tion, Mean Liver and Bowels clogged. his supporters to conclude that side of the controversy had been1 with their cousin, Misses Eula a very critical Condition at this Carrie Hancock attended a social Clean up tonight. Get a 25c. botte of Dr. King's Hew Life Pills today and s. time, with a complication of he will be nominated and that adjusted and calling attentiorrto and Robbie Traylor. at Mr. Jim Tom Subletts Satur empty the stomach and bowelsof ferv 'their votes will notrbe necessary the correspondence with Gen. a host of their friends' joined day nighti The Cane Valley menting, gassy foods and w. A the primary. It will be just Carranza in which he asked for them and a delightful day spent Mrs; Arthur Curry spent a few brass band furnished music for full bowell movement gives wasfefclsfied in 8 important to vote for him in more time to consult his'subbr? at ths home of C. C. Trayloir. days of last week visiting her the crowd, which was enjoyed thankful feeling :makes you'feeLifine. ' stlje primary as it would be in: dinates about a peace conference. Mr. Ed .Qarrette and 'family relatives in the Weed commun- by every one. The band boys Effective, yet mild. Don't gripe. 25c , the general election, therefore, The Huerta delegates replied were the pleasant guest of his ity. are coming to the 'front "with Recommended by Paull Drug Co Ad let every Democrat who is sup- in two separate communications, sister, Mrs. JJlam Fletcher, on Rev. Christie is holding a se- their music. Your scribe is certainly glad porting Mr. Hurt be at the polls one setting forth their own ap- Crocus. Miss Effie Triplettr,- of Disap- Mr. Melvin White is coming back ries of meetings this week at on the first Saturday in August. proval and gratification at the Miss Nina Simpson, of Breed- Summershade church. The pointment, was visiting her un- to Kentucky for he writes such and all the adjacent coun- amicable settlement of the in- ing, was Adair here Thursday making prospects ; are good for a great cle near this place last week. interesting letters for the News. ties should give him the largest ternational conflict, and the oth- arrangements to begin her school revival we understand. Mr. Robert Todd and wife, of Your scribe would like to meet majorities ever received by a er, intended for transmission to at this place on the 1st Monday. Dr. U. L. Taylor, of Columbia, Biiss, were visiting his father him at Columbia and have a candidate for the high office of the Constitutionality, explaining Miss Simpson is a highly culturspent a day in this section a few last Sunday. good hand shake Judge of the Court of Appeals. in effect their readiness "to Begin 9 ed young lady and all glad to days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Murray Miss Mabel Atrtins, our telefor the se- claim her as the future teacher. informal conferences "What's Doing Among PolitiDrs. 5. F. and James Taylor, opened their doors to the young phone operator, and Miss Amanlection of- a provisional president Miss Hattie Allen is visiting East Fork, passed through here people of this neighborhood last da Butler were visiting Mr. and cians," written by a writer on and the solution of kindred probher sister,. Mrs. Eula Traylor. the first of the week for Colum Saturday night. There were Mrs. Will E. Todd last Saturthe Louisville Times and publishlems of an internal character. about 80 young people there and day night. ed in said paper, is getting to be Duke Thomas spent Saturday bia. Rugby, a little too rotten. If he would night with Mr.' and Mrs. Rich We understand the peach crop enjoyed toemselves until time to Mrs. P. V. Cundiff and son, wishing for 'an- Horace, of Camp Knox, passed not give the names of parties Thomas. that has been in the western say good-bythrough this place en route to from whom he says his state-men- ts Miss Zoda Murphy' visited at Misses Robbie and Eula Tray part of this county, is now grow- other one like this. Mr. Tim Cravens and a gen-- 1 ML Pleasant, to visit Mrs. Cun-diff-'s are gathered, he might A. Murphyslast Saturday night. lor visited their aunt, Mrs.'R. A. ing. If we could" have' agood r, e m a n from Louisville were mother, Mrs. Billie fool some people. In the lanRev, Willie Rowe preached an English, of Breeding, last Thurs- rain we certainly would be in through this part of the country who has been quite sick, guage of Neighbor Hatcher, his the fight. in interesting sermon to a large day; writings are calculated to fool week looking after insurance. but is better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Arvest Hill left last congregation at Harrod's Fork Absher. the chestnut knockers, but when last Sunday. Mr. Rob Reed, of Columbfa, Has Your Child Worms? for Rowena the first of the week, people who wear store clothes was through this part of the Most children do. A Coated. Furwhere they will spend several Cousin Nim Roach, of Toria, Mr. E. S. .ftice was through red Tongue; Strong Breath, Stomach and eat cooked food read after country writing insurance. was ordained as a. Baptist minis- this neighborhood last week weeks, visiting their relatives him, the saying of the wood-chuc- k Mrs. Bettie Hutchison and lit- Pains, Circles under the Eyes; Pale, and friends. ter last Saturday, at Harrod's threshing wheat. Sallow Complezion: Nervous, Fretful is very applicable. His tle grand son, of Columbia, are Grinding of We hope he will have Mr. J. A. Diddle left for his teeth. Tossing in Sleep; Several, ifrom this place atstatements concerning the Sen- Fork. visiting her daughter, Mrs. Law- Peculiar Dreams any one of these inmuch success, in winning souls farm in Logan county a few days tended the dedication at Taberatorial race are about as amusweek. dicate Child has Worms. Get a box ago. Mr. Diddle will begone rence Pickett, last for our master. Sunday. ing as they are untruthful. nacle last Bradley of Kickapoo Worm Killer at once. It Mr. and Mrs. Loren several days before his return. The writers infant son has Whitney, of Mr. Charley were visiting relatives in Rus- - j kil,s tne Worms the cause of your Hon. J. F. Holtzclaw, of Gar- been very sick for several days. n child's condition. Is Laxative and spent last Saturday night Mr. W. C. Hill, the sell county last week. rard county, Progressive candiaids Nature to expel the Worms. SupThe writer and family visited with Mr. Winfrey Beard. Stock Food man, arrived a few Mr. G. B. Smith, our mill man, date for Congress in the Eighth in the Cool Spring neighborhood days ago from Southern Ken- has purchased a new engine for plied in candy form. Easy for chilMr. Tyler Tupman ana" sister, dren to take. 25. Recommended by district, addressed an audience last week. They are dry there months Valley, tucky to spend the heated the Russell Creek Roller mill. Ad Paull Drug Co. at the court house, last Monday as well as elsewhere in the coun- Miss Rachel, of Cane with us. Mr. Hill says his busafternoon. It is our information ty. Some are carrying drinking were visiting friends here Satur- iness has been very satisfactory that Mr. Holtzclaw stands high water and stock water is scarce day night. this year. Mrs. W. A.. Rice and children, as a citizen in his - home county, as Big Creek has gone dry. . of Petersburg, 111., are visiting RusSeli Creek. and that the Progressives of The people are cutting grass relatives here. . Adair were well pleased with his ' this week. It is the shortest in effort here. We are needing rain very bad Miss.Judelle Robertson spent years. last Saturday night and Sunday in this community. " The Mexican situation is F. A. Strange has quit travel- with her brother at Jane ValA little daughter of Mr.and Mrs. brightening as the days come ing for Raleigh and will teach .3 ley. Bingham Moore was quite sick a ' It's the most talked of car in and go Huerta, the dictator,-quit- s this fall. His brother-in-laMiss Annie Nance, near Elk- - few days ago, but is better at the world. Sterling merit has the Presidency of the coun- Buel Shives, will travel in his horn, spent, part of. last week this writing. sold it to over 530, 000 people try v and seeks safety across the place. with her uncle, JMr. W." H. A.b The tobacco that was set the of every nation the world over. waters, while Pedro Lascurain, Mr. Kay Harvey died last sher. 3rd of June, is looking very well. For service and Guarantee are 3. member of the Madery CabMonday morning with consump both included in the price. We had the finest wheat crop School will begin at this place inet, will take the reins of govtion. He had been a sufferer all Monday with Miss This means a lot to any auto nnie Royse in this part of the country we ernment for the time being. the year. He professed religion buyer. as teacher. We are glad'to, have had had for several years. Under present movements it a short time before his death Miss Annie with us 'again. seems certain that the Coranza Most of our farmers, are done and was baptized. Rev. T. J. and Villa forces will accept, and Campbell Mr. W. H. Cave made a busi- laying by their corn. Five hundred dollars is the price of the Ford preached his funeral the. touring car is five fifty: the the war will be over. Cane Valley one day Mr. Dolphus Murray was pain at hislhome and he was carried to ness trip'to Detroit complete town car seven fully kicked on the hip last week Antioch last week,' The Tell .your neighbor to be at the graveyard. with equipment Get catalog and particuMiss Ina Wade, of Lexington, by a mule. lars from The Buchanan Lyon Co , Incorporthe. polls the first Saturday in class sung all the way and the Mr. HughNoe, of Campbells-vjiiated, Campbel3s.Yi.He, ,Ky.. agents for TayAugust and vote for fion. Rol-- ". .crowd marched.? It was said by passed throughthis place a few lor, Green anddair counties. was in 'this neighborhood lin Hurt for Judge of the Court several to fte,the best conducted days agbsenrbuteforKnifleyf f I. H. C. of Appeals. In this raqe his funeral they ever saw. He was where she" will visit relatives taking orders for the hay pYess mt Monday traveling I young man of several day's. 9ame comes first on the, ballot. 20 years old and a Nillshed Every Wednesday 3 Equals 25 ' dil-igen- tly ' I de -- ,'l V . ? Z ' 1 OIA 'RAA TVP j j ttnk-pniida- z. Post-offi- ce see-o- n" JOtfES to-da- -- to the "r. 4 V ' well-know- ta-'-fu- l On-Sunda- y dis-ease- -- a-- sf . - - e, 1 Con-ove- : Co-bur- g, well-know- i - m , w, . -- run-abou- t; ififty-f.o.- b. . i e, - ;-- . s t .- -, && ABXlft COlNTTTJEW Vr' I T5 pooaKnaWit is only twenty-thre- e - TJF if J .3 of the extortioner, God , until the primary? a That it days ". U r OF-T- HE tU ;,, knows. "'' ,1 only were present. Pickles, cake. j Vnd lemonade wercser -- - - vedi-.-.-j- ? wi, J. That 'Squire John Eubarg-l- s the (ETCIRN oldest person in Columbia, -t- .'grocer all sub- sntuies senc?yoiw:or royai oaK-o-:flie who was never lived born and reared here and any "where else? A stitute for ROYAL. cream of tartar baking powder, and healthful. Powders offered as substitutes are made from alum. mgjrowaer. in ere is no.sul Royal is a pure) That the streams in Adair county are getting very low? offering to buy the pike from here to CampbeUsville, and if a deal can be made the ted will road be made wider and & first-clas, made? That a company is s MfsMtobeffc Young, 'of Nasti-Rube Campbell's children were yille, JVlr. Ed Young and wife Doing Business at Casey's both buried at the Rufus Canip-be- ll and Mrs. Chlrli&Cole, dfBaker-graveyard, last Sunday. 1 ton, were the guests of Mrs. J. CreeR, County of Adair, will put it this way for my' State of Kentucky, P. Sharp last. Sunday, At the. Close of Business on friends in the West. On tne oicT the 20th Day of June, 1914 Clayton Ellis farm, near Coffey's f .We are glarl tB hear that Miss Hattie GKdewelL will be our. old school house. RESOURCES teacher again this year, Our 25 304 95 Loans and Discounts Hub Long lost a good horse a school will open the third MonOverdrafts, secured and unsecured The horse fell in- day Due from Banks,, 1452 90 few days ago. in July on the account ot ,2 795 51 Cash on hand to a sink hole. It was dead Checks' and other cash items the institute the second Monday.. Banking House, Furniture and FARMERS BANK n Helm's wife and one of VP.(- - I -- ; . -- ' " Fixtures Other Real Estate 2' 560 00 That the Burkesville Fair will mence August 11th, three days? a. com- Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in,' in ?32 113 36 i Personals. T- - 1, Mr H V. Denver has accepted a position to travel for a wholesale firm oTLouiSville. His territory will e. in the South. Miss Madge Rosenfleld, who visited In Elizabethtown and Louisville, returned home last Friday. Mrs Lou W. Atkins and her daughter, Miss Mabel, are visiting in Louisville. Messrs. W. T , John and Soloman McFarland were caTFed last Thursday, to Rowena, RusselJ county, their mother having been reported dancer- 'iSl 'P tr ousiy in. Mr. W H Wilson, who waWqoite sick for three weeks, Jias abouj 'regained his strength. .He was able to make his regular trip to' Burkesville, ; &S L last week. ; Misses Jennye and Alma'jcFarland left Thursday for a twoweek's visit to relatives at Rowena, Russell county. . ' "tf That Gordon Montgomery is another well, failing to get: water in two efforts heretofore? : isink-fn- g ,. ., Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less expenses and Z'K'. y 'taxes paid Deposits subject to check cah $15 000 00 1 200 00 i' - v,1? i Total....." 333 13 14 580 23 1 ; - $32 113 36 .That the hot, dry weather has Been distressingly trying on sick pe6ple? STATE OF KENTUCKY County -- Mrs. Geo. H. Nell has about' recovMr. John A.. Harris left the fiistof from a.itwo week's spell of sickthe week for Bowling Green where he ered will take a special course during the ness. Dr. and Mrs.cH W.Depp and little next six weeks. daughter, of Edmonton, visited at the Mr. T. B. Lyon, wjip spends .part of home of Mr. arid Mrs. S. W. Beck, his time at Phoenix, Arizona," reached home last week and will remain here last week. Prof. R. R. Moss, wife and little for some-'time- . daughter, Mazine, have returned Wilson, wife and children, from Hart county. . of Cane Valley, were visiting relatives Mr Chandler Wood, 'of CampbeUshere Saturday and Sunday. ville, washere a few. day&.ago. of CampbeUsville, Mr. Ezra Moore,, Jamestown, was at ' is here,-at;th- e bedside of MrsCaroline the Hancock Hotel a few days since. Jeffries.; .?,.y .. .. Mr.-Mark s, That fewer fish haye been caught out of Russell's creek this season than for many years in the past? ?? r t the bugs did not bother the rJsh potato crop. In fact, the tops did not live long enough for the bugs " 3T-ha- J' Wefclc C. Goodi a6d J. C. Nichols, President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the ,:above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief r Mc C. Goodev President. .1. C. Nichols. Cashier, v. ' Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st . day of July. 1914 '; . My. commission expires the firt meeting1 of i Senate. W. H. Goode. Notary Public Adair county.'Ky. of Adair ii Set when they found it. Messrs. Dallas and John Goff. Born to the wife of Oliver passed through ' our midst one thffcPweeka girl. Mothday last week en route for Coer and baby doing very well. lumbia. Iibren Bradley and ?1 wife- are Mrs. J. A. Parrish left for hWeth'iVweek'visiting bid home Monticello Friday for a few days andrienM visit with Miss Ella Mae Bartle-so'Clark "find Mc-EJro- y; - -- "-- to Dottier? , Local Market. is trying to him some wafer! fe is having a hard time of it. ;Se is digging X)r. T. Tr Baker lost a fine sad and blasting.' He is 35 feet deep, dle mare one day last week. with a little wafer in'sight. Mrs. Ezra Cheatham passed uncle Joh,n Cundiff feir out through our midst one day. last t CJld of Tbis barn loft a few days ' ago. week on her return home froix Got bruised up pretty 'badly, Columbia. tlncle John is 77 years, old and I has-bee- tloskihs i n. have commenced work on Mrs. Geo. W. Staples' ,,. residence? :.Egg8,. . plant, is largely patron izedveach even ing?" ltofAS'i That the carpenters To-da- y. That.thejSjilphur well, at the lighji ':i? OCliO Chickens Turk'eyB ' Vt- - il ."! ri?Coeics : ' . rg -- - it. . . A viVi , . Mr.H. P. Willis was in Columbia Saturday, the first,, time for eight months. Mr. and Mrs. WE. Jeffries, New . Mexico, are here" to be with Mrs Jeffries' mother, who is quite ill. Dr. R. A. Jones and wife of Cincinnati, are spending a Jweek or two at their country home, two miles out from Columbia. Mrs. O. D. Smith, (nee Mies Ada May Jones,) Jamestown, is visiting Miss Katie Murrell, her aunts, and other relatives in Columbia. Miss Margaret Todd, who has been visiting a sister in Texas for quite awhile, returned home last week. Misses Mildred and Eva Walker are spending a week at Nell. Mr. Doc Walker was at INell last Sunday. Mr. John D. Sharp and his little son, Paull Lee, of Amandaville, were . here Monday. Miss Eliza Todd, . who makes her home with her brother, Mr. A. G. Tcdd, has been quite sick for several -- ..H. C. Damron, a prosperous mer- Mr. Frank. S,Duckff? t i'SSi Sinclair, who is in Colorado, is'tliattoie-Wool spring clipping. t is improving;" and is In ;fine. spirits? That information from i Geese. !jT.... .... . . . i-- ! .. 3 chant of Russell county, was doing business, in Columbia Wednesday.'.' He :,5Fhat the Russell Springs, HotelL on is a native of Adair. the grounds, will be reopened? Messrs. J. C. Buster and Frank Campbell, of Creelsboro, were here a That it is generallyvbelieved that ' few days agol- j the new Baptist Church will be dediAir. giccu; Feathers IXIV4CB . A ' ' Ginseng ;.........:.!... i vv Beeswax "?''i?iX Yellow Root. May Apple(per lb) batching for 10 years. What a lonesome'life. tTater: 11 He is badly Hurt. Beldon Helm's 11 baby is on tne sick list this week. Fount Selby came in this week &3 with a hundred sheep. He is go ing next week .to Tennessee ,i8 mountains for another gang. tl . "22 Minnie Dicken, the daughter 12' 'v46i of, Sam Grant, will be buried to tW day, July the 4th, at the old Bar- .25 ty Helm grave yard. n 15 From Missouri. Carrollton,June, 27th, Editor News: 1914. . If you will allow me space it 3 2$ Ozark. Wm. Hudson and wife, of cated sometime in September? Louisville, visited relatives in the county last week and on Thursday That frying chickens are too high were in Columbia. Both Mr. and Mrs. to buy? , Hudson were pupils in the Lindsey-- . Wilson two years ago. That the first beef seen in Columbia Mrs. Junius Hancock's condition re- for three months was on the market mains aboutjtlie same. She has been last Friday? s. REPORT OFTHECONDITION OFTHE - GRADYVILLE STATE v- - ' sick several months. Town of Misses Mary Breeding, Alva Knight That not an accident from shooting Doing Business Anderson Bros, are doing some Winfrey, the former of Co- guns occurred in Adair county on the Gradyville County of Adair and Linnie work on Mr. Solomon McKinley's lumbia, the second of Jamestown, the Fourth? State of Kentucky. latter of Casey county, visited Miss At the Close of Business on residence. Gertrude Cundiff, Liberty last week. Columbia Brass Band has the 20th day of June, 1914. That the Farmers are stacking wheat Messrs. Dallas and John Goff, of disbanded, on account of members not RESOURCES were here a day or two of last haviag time to practice? 27 676 85 this Loans and Discounts week. E. A. McKinley is r BANK, at crowd attended the Masonic entertainment at Oak Grove last Wednesday. It was a very enjoyable occasion and one of the best and most bount-eou- s dinner that was ever spread. A large Ba-kerto- n, week. .Misses Verna and Dolly Bryant and That nearly all the common schools Miss Willard Neat have returned from in Adair county opened last Monday? a visit to the Sano country. . Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Stocks, Bonds and other.Securities Due from Banks 't Cash on hand Banking House Furniture and 832 1 118 2 585 1 793 83 82 14 07 going to start his thresher next week. days. Miss Marie Hendrickson, of CampbeUsville, is visiting Miss Minnie In- gram. Mr. H. C. Hindman is at home for a few weeks. Mr. T. R Stults is at home for a few days, from Lancaster. Mrs. Ray Montgomery, who visited , her mother and other relatives in Warren county, near Bowling Green, returned home last Friday night. Attorney General Jas Garnett. Mrs. Garntt. their little son, James, and Mr. Paul Yarderman, are here from Frankfort, to spend ten days with friends. Mr. R. L. Marshall oi'ed Columbia last Thnrsday. Messrs. Oma Goode and R.. L. Smith, CampbeUsville, were at the Hancock Hotel Friday. Mr. J. A. Russell and Mr. Robert Caskey, Campbellsvifie,'were here Jast Friday. Mrs. D. Ward Denton, of Picnic, was shopping in Columbia Friday.. J. M. Frazer, Mrs. Frazer, their three daughters, Misses Laura, Bettie and an infant, of Danville, arrived last Wednesday and stopped with Mrs. Frazer's sister, Mrs. A. O. Taylor Mr. Frazer returned to his home to be back here in about two weeks. Attorney General Jas. Garnett, Mr. A D Patteson and wife, Miss Jennie Garnett, Miss' Mary D. Patteson, Mr. Albin Murray, MissSueBaker, Messrs. J. W. Flowers, Fred Hill, Paul and Dr. O. P. Miller visited Griffin Springs last Sunday. Mr. George Hundley, a .young man who left this county several years ago, with a small capital, for Moody, Texas, is now visiting his parents in the Breeding section. He purchased a drug store in Moody some time ago, now has an immense stock, and is prospering in business. Mr. Fixtures Total '. .' 2 917 69 36 925 00 That a few localities in Adair county are not suffering for rain? i . r That there has not been a soaking rain in this community for.ten weeks? meeting of That the the Christian Churches, held at Beech Grove Church, Russell county, was largely attended, and that there were LIABILITIES Capifal stock paid in, in Cash Surplus Funds Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid Deposits Subject to check 20 633 19 Unpaid Dividends Other Liabilities not included under 15 000 00 COO 00 691-81 Rain is needed badly. Some vegetation in gardens is drying up. Corn also needs rain. Irish potato crop is a total failure. Last Saturday, June 27, was the 43rd., anniversary of Mr. Josh Montgomery. He was very much surprised when his friends d begun to arrive with baskets. His wife and daughter also had been making preparation to surprise him. The secret was well guarden, Mr. Montgomery being kept in complete ignorance until the guests- begun to arrive. It was a day pleasantly spent by all present. well-fille- 20 633 19 any of above heads v total 30 925 00 Var-derma- n, many entertaining speeches and that the music was delightful? That Mr. W.. I. Ingram was made a Master Mason in Columbia Lodge, No. 96, last Friday night? That there is talk of making some improvements on the Christian Church building? STATE OF KENTUCKY I I Set. County of Adair We J. A. Diddle and C. O, Moss President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement U true to the best of our knowledge and belief. J. A. Diddle, President. C. O. Moss, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 30 h day of June, 1914. My commission expires April 30, 1918. W. M. WiLMORE,Notary Public Correct W. M. Wilmore Strong Hill. Directors. Additional Locals. Hold on, Boys! That Henry Ingramjcts:;Jike.1,.a farmer, looks like a farmer, and 'is 'a farmerj a good one? Notice. All persons-havin- Mrs. T. J. Bryant, whose poor Rowe's X Roads. Hold on to virtue it is above all Miss Mollie Jeffries was quite sick" price to you, in all times and places. the latter part of last week. Hold on to your character, for it is, and ever will be, your very best posMiss May Harvey was taken very session. ill last Friday, and there was a hurHold on to your hands when you are ried call for a doctor. She is now about to strike, steal or do an imsome better. Miss Cary Feese is spending a few Hold on to the truth, for it will weeks visiting her brother, Mr. E. R serve you well and do you good throughFeese, and sister, Mrs. A. R. Bishop, out eternity. in Louisville. Hold on to your tongue when you are just ready to swear or lie or speak Mr. Sam Burdett and wife reor use an improper turned from a visit to Marion county harshly,on to your temper word.. you Hold when the middle of last weeek are angry, excited or imposed on, or Mrs. L, C. Hindma'n is reported others are angry about you. ' claims against A. Helm, proper act. are hereby notified to present same to me, properly proven as required by law, at my residence in the town of Columbia, Ivy., on or before the first day of September, 1914. F. J. Barger, Admr. 35-3- t. the estate of W. deceased, Willie Kane and family, Thom as Hadley and family, Oliver Hadley and family, all took dinner at Otho Bibees last Sunday. We left empty dishes. There was a birthday dinner last Monday, at Rev. J. K. it bdng the 60th birthday Aa-ron- s, Born, to the wife of Perry Cundiff, of his wife. There were 30 ate twins, boys. One was born on the 5th, dinner, and they all went away the other on the 6th, two'hours ap?.rt. ' keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt servicd night or Residence Phoney 29, office' day. I full to their necks, hoping that Ad may live to see many more birthdays. The wheat threshers are whistling around this week. This makes the hearts of the people glad, bread stuff is so scarce and . u better. Mr. Phone 98. For Sale,1 Cheap. Edwin Hurt, wife and children, 45--1 yr J. F. Triptett, Columbia Ky. and Mr. Jerome Hurt accompanied Ad. house, 2 acie; lot, fine Good tlie remaiBS of Mr. L; 'C. Hurt from Rn.hitrh that rioor nennle pan't; well, good barn and all necessary outt Lebanon to this place. ... t buildings Handy to school,'? Subber .Eires. Put On and uaran - 1, aruiy-eviamu- vi uieir cnil- 'G'offBros:' " teed. Mm Sallie Field was quite sick sev: t. E. L. Sinclair, , J Iro-tn- ear.. ' What, will hannmb ' Wiast week,: er r Columbia, Ky. '.24-t- l i . 34-4- ... - ... - . bad'luck. Another "gal." WeU Albert I wish I had more girls. Boys get drunk and girls don't, Amandaville. so you are lucky after all. Say The farmers in this -- section don't you people back there let have been busy cutting hay for Rollin Hurt get licked. If you the past week. do, I clon't know as I ever will Miss Myrtle Morgan has been come back to Kentucky any more. visiting her uncle at Dunnville Rollin, I can't help you any, but for the past week. I wish you good luck. Wishing Sellie and Kizzie Baker enteryou all the Very best of' luck. I tained last Monday 'evening in 'rmjroff. Respectfully. "honor of Misses Miller and In- will ' - '7?" J. T. Taylor. gram, of Columbia. Ten couples : health has often been mentioned in the News, was taken much Her worse last Wednesday. family is very much devoted to her and is suffering much anxiety in' regard to her condition. Born, to the wife of Calvin a son. Maupin, June 20th, Weight at one week old 15 lbs. your paper, I will give you some of the latest from 'the old state of Missouri.1 u We are having chr hot weather; Havn't had bt?t two rains since the 4th of May-, Had them the lth and 12th-o- f June. They were just" what would call good showers, so you see we are getting tolerably dry Wheat is all in the shock. Some real good and some no good. The oats are short. The hay crop ic very light, The chinch bug damaged the wheat crop considerably. Now it is all harvested they have gone to the cornfields, and are doing yery great damage. Some men think they will lose their entire crop. Corn is looking fine, where the bugs have not molested. I for one, am not going to let those scamns destroy mine. I am going, to try every way I can think of and if I can't do any better I irill send to Mel-vi- n White for his six shooter and see what effect it will have on them. Melvin and I are good friends. He came to see me a few days before he left Missouri I was real glad to see him. He and I were boys together. 1 met with his brother Bram a shot time ago. Bram and I use to belong to the string town ball team, also George Frankum and Garnett Morris both now living-iMissouri. I have not met with iry friend Luther Wilmore but one time since I arrived here. 1 have met Ed and Frank Conover once and my friend Henry Bot1 n tom. I often see Mrs. Collins They are getting Dallas Morrison is and family. along nicely. at work in Carrollton. I understand that my old friend Albert Johnson has been having more ' .. c 1 . J THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS UfltJETHKE Short Items. - Atlanta, Ga., 'haB- - SBaptist churches. When you get a grouch look in the mirror. Good old lemonade is a What's The Matter Scrap Book With Your Baby? Spoiled the Water. The late Dr. Melkle of Crieff Hydro Is the hero of many stories, none better known than that of bis desire to induce bis guests to adopt his own "temperance" principles. He became aware of the practice indulged in by some patrons of the Hydro of concealing certain cor dials in their bedrooms and of ordering shaving matter with it than a headache or a fe.el-to- g of general dullness. It cannot, of lourse. describe its fpaltnpa. hut no n oreliminary measure you are safe in jtrying a mild laxative. NInfi tlmps out of ten nn toIII flnrt It Is all the child needs, foe its restlessness na peevisnness are perhaps due to of the bowels, and once as been remedied the headache, that tha Sluggishness and the many other evidences of constipation and indigestion JWill quickly disappear. rinn't frlvft thA little nrtck en!t nnthfl.- ic pills or nasty waters, for these will rn.cz as purgatives, and they are too trong for a child. In the families of on The frisiBr me, dux great The young mother and many an old one, too Is often puzzled to know the cause of her child's 111 nature. The loudness of its crying does not necessarily indicate the seriousness of its trouble. It may have nothing more the Mrs. M. S. Adams, Auburn, Ky., and Mrs. L. M. Boyce, Tip Top, Ky., the only laxative given Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It has been found to answer most perfectly all the purposes of a laxative, and its very recommend it especially for the use of children, women, and old folks generally people who need a gentle bowel stimulant. Thousands of American families have been enthusiastic about it for more than a quarter of a century. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St, Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes, ily doctor could not help I keep constantly on hands - a nice line Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and Idies Robes, also a nice Hurse. Location over Cumberland Grocers Co., Colombia, Ky. Phone 52 A. thirst quencher. Growl if you must but don't rush the growler.' Ohio now' has 5,525 saloons. mildness and freedom from griping DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. 50c AND i was completely cuxeci Dy J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 HI. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. water at bed- J. B. Jones. In 1906 it had 13,000. Why complain? Columbia is Daily not the hottest place. Most of us could do a lot of work while trying to dodge it. When it comes to borrowing trouble every man's credit is good. Courier Journal $6.00la Year Sunday Any old time the other fellow gets all the luck you can bet that he earns it. This thing of work is a nightmare to some people. And a day horse also. The shiftless say "more rain, more Courier - Journal $2.00 a Year time whereby to enjoy furtive jorums of toddy. Meeting a servant in a corridor one night, who was staggering I)' under a heavy 2Q tray of hot water jugs. Dr. "SOAP WON'T .HURT Meikle asked her IT." wnere sne was going with these things. She replied that she was taking shaving water to the gentlemen. "Come here." said the doctor. leading the way to a bathroom. The maid followed in fear and trem bling. The doctor pulled out a penknife and. taking a hunk of soap, cut it into smalj pieces, which he dropped into the jugs, with the caustic remark-"Soawon't hurt it. It's shaving wa ter. you know." The curses that ensued in several bedrooms are unknown, but it is assured that, if known. the would be unprintable. Toronto Globe C. D. Crenshaw! SURGEON VETERINARY j! We would be pleased to send the Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from now until the first of April for 50 cents. Or better still we will furnish the Adair County News, one year and the Daily State Journal until April last for 81.25. If you want to keep in in touch with the doings at Frankfort while the Legislature is in session, you should have the State Journal p.. ' Attnetin 10 Special Fiatulo, Ke Birdseve view ot our Plant y J?--y--'-'"''"'y Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon y due when work is done or stock removed from stable?. p LOCATION NEAR EB BUGBES RESIDENCE, ON BMKSYILLE STREET. i -- - " " - v rest," but the farmer says "est Natioual News 44 (4 "more rain, more crops." The rains of last week insures a bumper blackberry crop and with sugar at a reasonable price State News Local News Market Reports Foreign 'News PoIiticaHNews of Everything i -- there should be no dearth of Jam this winter. Lo, a cloud's about to vanish Prom the day And a brazen wrong to crumble Into clay! Ix, the right's about to conquer! ; Clear the way! With the right shall many more JSftter smiling at the door. With the giant wrong Bhall fall Many others, great and small. That for ages long haye held us For their prey. Men of thought and men of action Clear the way! Charles Mackay. Clear the Way. Joseph H. Stone, jfcsJS ,v!i !?fcw yfc Jbat ? ftJrpHMBwMfcPiryt i j Sk.t'3 r ftn. Artonev-AHa- w l Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : Jamstown, Kentucky t 4 11 His Queer Request. With raspberries, cherries and Cyril Maude tells the following storj strawberries to "put upland the about his old friend. W. S. Penley: Penley was stopping at a country promise of a splendid blackberry house in Brittany. Largest in Dixie" Q' p. SMYTHE for W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated FIRE INSURANCE and REAL for Everybody crop, the housewives kept busy. are being France, and the morning after his arrival, finding no looking glass in moi un che-val.- Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog EVERYTHING IN .A he said to -the maid who answered it. The maid grinned and then, choking with laugher, ran down to her master. "Monsieur," she cried, "your THE MAID GRINNED. friend who arriv ed last night is mad. He has nothing on but his dressing gown, and he asked is no occasion me to bring him a horse!" The host Ifther9 is no agent in your mand and there ran up and asked Tenley what on earth he wanted a "cheval" for. "Well." town give order to the paper in for any one being idle. was Penley's reply, "we talk of a cheval glass at home, don't we? I which this advertisement apYou're Billious and Costive! thought 'cheval' was the French word pears (you may get a special clubSick Ileadache, Bad Breath, Sour for mirror." bing rate,) or sand the order di- Stomach, Furred Tongue aryi IndigesShe Could Lecture Them. tion, Mean Liver and Bowels clogged. Mr. Frederick To wnsend. Martin in Courier-Journa- l. rect to the Clean up tonight. Get a 25c. botte of his book. "Things I Remember." tells a story of a titled lady well known in WEEKLY COUIER-JOUR-JtfDr. 3ving's,!!sew Life Pills today and English society, with very decided has been discontinued, empty the stomach and bowels of fer- and outspoken opinions on certain submenting, gassy foods and waste. A jects. tmt FARM AND FAMILY, a full bowell movement gives a satisfied One day she was out at lunch and the conversation turned on the pleasmost excellent illustrated monthly thankful feeling makes you feel fine. ures of life. Every one present gave idea of what constituted magazine, is a worthy successor. Effective, yet mild. Don't gripe. 25c his or her and. at last, Lady Henry enjoyment, Recommended by Paull Drug Co. Ad remarked in her impressive manner. The price is only 25Jcents a year. "For myself. I like dinners better than anything else!" Ask for a samplejcopy. Pointed Paragraphs. "Dinners!'' exclaimed he" host in a MMj tone of great surprise. dear Courier-Journ- al Company Lady Henry, surely you are not a gourEnthusiasm is to a man what met?" INCORPORATED "Oh, no." drawled her lad ship: "1 powder is to a bullet. like dinners because I know I am cerLouisville, Ky. tain to have a man on either side of When members of a family me who can't get away!' L. Are you intereBted in what is Put the finishing touches to 'taking place day byday all over your premises and let us present the world? If you are you NEED a gala appearance to the visitors THE COURIER-JOURNAwho will be with us during the If there is an' agent in your fair. town give him'a trial order one Every mechanic in the county month Daily50'Cents, with Sun- has all the work he can possibly day 75 cents. do Day labor is in great de- his room, rang the bell. "Appor-te- z " WHOLESALE & ESTATE ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood IVian Of Him. "I was suffering from pain in my stomach, head and back," writes II T. Alston, Raleigh, if. C. "and mv I iver -- Made A New Di&irs v4A OMJ. , and kidneys did not work right, i but four bottles ot .Electric iiitters made me feei 'ke a new man." PRICE 50 CTS. A. ALL DRUG STORES. - and American Fence. . AL Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 1 OVER 65 YEARS EXPERIENCE CO- - iiioinE eienmic fltnencan. Co.3G4Broadwaj-NeC25 A 12-- 1 16 Eaat Matkef Street Between firsthand. Brook i,ouisu?fiie. Ky. Anvnnt? lending a sketch and dccrintlon whether our opruon free Cimmunlci-tiois-tncil-au qnlctel y iiiTcnt'ion is prohnbly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest nseiirv ft r jecunnsr patents. 1' items taten tbrouch Jlunn A Cu. receive sptclnl notice, without chnrgj. in tho Trade Marks Designs Copyrights 4c. may Great Baraam l handsomely Hlnstrated weekly. I .n'Crtnr-rotatio- n f anr ocientlllc journal. . ini. .3 a year: four months. ?1. Soliibyall ne.TM.aier?. HH & I . eh Office. F SU WashiDk'ton, D. York C Fair Warning. "Many a man goes to war without The garrulous fool usually cuts the slightest conception of what it said his throat with his own tongue. really is." Lee's a veteran of General army. "In 1S04 1 had Robert E. a detail made up of a of Happy is the youth whose crop command two recruits that had just dozen or ;DENTIST of wild oats isn't worth harvest- come up from the gulf states. The1 first night we were near the enemy managed to find a deserted cabin and. O&ce, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g ing. after placing my picket out in front, Every homely woman has a we Hung ourselves down to sleep. In up stairs. the middle of the night I changed the license to doubt the accuracy of picket, selecting for duty a young felColumbia, low who had exhibited the most inall mirrors. tense longing to exterminate the entire northern army. Women are seldom of a war- ' "About dawn 1 was awakened by the well known Ting, ping!' of bullets like nature yet they are often against the logs of the cabin and the expostulating voice of my picket. Gocalled to arms. ing to the door, I saw that a smalt scouting party of federal soldiers had When a woman insists, on hav- diicovered signs of Confederates in Land Owners Attention.. were trying to drive tte ing her own way her husband out cabin and from the opposite hill: us J by firing ray picket and gave a gasp turned to '"ST. C. Faulkner, Is prepared to do calls it nagging. The young mac of astonishment. your Surveying correctly. Btood in the midst of the clearing while And many a man you wouldn't Jhe bullets, whistled around' him. years He has thirty-thre- e believe under oath never faced a There was no sign of fear about him. experience. Charges reabut he was tremendously excited. He had dropped his musket and was wavbartender in his life. sonable. Phone 74 or ing his arms, trying to attract the attention of the enemy, and shouting at write the top of his voice in tones of re; For Sale. monstrance: T. C. you fellows over' yonwr; An extra good Jersey milch cow. See - "Sn-n-in ben' Columbia, Ky. Don't vou all 'be Feese at News office. York '' J fchar's folks in bercr-N- ew Residence Phone-1B Business Pho e 13 fi quarrel a lot of truth leaks out. A DR. J. N. MURRELL The Louisville Daily Herald And the km Yes a Woman? Adair County News One Year Each 37 g RVStW w&as y f is Kentucky Surveyi tig ForS3.50 This offer will hbld good for only a short time. If you want to keep posted in politics and current events, subscribe now. Oome,(bring or send your, subscriptions to ,- Fa Ionian's Tonic' FDR SALE: AT ALL DRUGGISTS F4 rtnitViv m11tm TKftmMT-- t Sore Mmm C .. ntA1.j llafldaAKa n 1 SXteen " leva II -.ln. Vnn.niftnMharbifltfUUtOrh i anr mens in any Dan uir.i.TiwJ. iuo i minutes time. ,"- -"" tl 1---T J . Tite luasla asd circular seat oa reqoe. ROURBOH REMEDY COMPANY. Faulkner, .342 East Main St.. LtxliirtM, Ky.j -- EL - ' v ' ' ' Vl office. s,( -- r. WELL THE-ADAIBeOU- NEWS' .' mp( The Low Tariff. HUSBAND RESCUED DRILLER DESPAIRING WIFE After Foot Tears of Discouraging Conditiens, Mrs. Bollock Gave Up in Despair. Husband had gotten so weak. I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. I I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. See me be fore contracting. Latest im yroved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give me a Call. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. From the very first dose, I' could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its If you X. I. C. YATES Came to Rescue Catron, Ky. la an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." Bettie Bullock THE LOU IS VILLI TIMES FOR 1913 fashioned man who bragged that Kentucky Fair Dates. he voted the straight ticket from The following are the dates hell to breakfast? fixed for holding the Kentucky They can bunk you with the Pairs for 1914, as far as reported. statement that you are made one Officers of fairs are requested to when you get married. But the report to us any omissions or corgrocery proves that you are two. rections of dates: The world isn't growing so Mt. Sterling, July 215 days. much better, There were a Harrodsburg, July 284 days. whole lot of Iynchings in the Berea, July:'29 3 days. past six months, and not one of Taylorsville, Aug. days. the victims was a book agent or Mt. Vernon, Aug. days. an insurance solicitor. Leitchfield, Aug. 114 days. Perryville, Aug. 123 days. 43 53 l are all run down from womanly writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should from this place, Mrs. No Gladys. woman A ovell groomed Vanceburg, Columbia,." August Aug. 12 4 days. is not always a dame who has been married six or sev- all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what in my left side. 184 days. en times. This suffrage business is getday?. days. ting to be the limit. A California 184 woman has been arrested for beating her husband. When the widow puts ''Gone 4 to His Reward" on her late hus- The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recom- Burkesville Aug Hardinsburg, Aug. Shepherdsvillp, days. 113 183 ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: Ladles' soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept., ChatUnoosa Meildne Co.. Special Chattanooga, Term., for l that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Instructions on your case and book. Treatment for Women," sent in plain wrapper. Home J-- Aug. BRIGHTER, BETTER, BiGGER THAN EVER 0 While quarreling over a divfo In Garrard county the farmers are engaging their wheat to ion fence in Montgomery county, local millers at 80 cents a bushel. James Oldfield shot and wound- Stanford, Aug. Lawrenceburg, days. 193 days Aug. 19 Aug. 25- -3 THE REGULAR PRICE Of Elizabethtown, days. 1 THE LOUISVILLE TIM 1 band's tombstone, she is merely standing pat and giving you two guesses. When a girl marries and starts raising a family she begins to realize what a patient woman Eight persons were drowned ed a man named Harvey. J. L. Carter, a wealthy lumat Syracuse, when a launch conpersons over- berman living near McEwen, taining twenty-fiv- e turned. Tenn., poured oil on his clothing if All but three of the insurance and set fire to them. His wife companies which withdrew from was burned to death in trying to Kentucky have returned and reextinguish the flames. sumed business. IS YOU $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR ORB! Grayson, Aug. 294 days Shelbyville. Aug. 263 days. Frankfort, Sept. Alexandria, bept. 14 days. 1 5 days. WiLL SEND TO US, YOU CAN GET t Barboursville, Sept. Tompkinsville, Sept. Hodgensville, Sept. Scottsville, Sept. ville, Sept. Horse Cave, THE ADAIR C0UNT1 103 days. 23 days. 24 days. 83 days. Louis- her mother was. A woman coldn't tell you who is leading the National League, Kentucky State Fair, but let ten other women pass her on the street and" she can tell you what each of them had on. stops Neutalgia Kills Pain Slean's Liniment gives instant re- The Daily 146 days. Sept. 234 days. 304 Louisville And The Times News AND THE LOUISVILEfc TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR Adair 3 County the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. FOR ONLY $4.50. It is Democratic, THE LOUISVILLE TIME the best afternoon paper prto Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, lief from Neuralgia or Sciatica. It goes straight to the painful part-soo- thes Sept 29- -5 days. the nerves and stops'athe pain. Is also good forj Rheumatism, Sore It Glasgow, Sept. days. Throat, Chest Pains and Sprains. You don't need to rub it penetrates. Mr. J. R. Swinger, Louisville, Ky., writes: Luke Mc'Luke Says. "I suffered with quite a severe Neuralgic Headache for four months with- Mirror. It is funny how we can always out any relief x I used Sloan's Liniment for two or three; nights and I tell when other people are mak haven't suffered with my head since." Of interest to Woman. ing mistakes, and yet have a Get a bottle today. Keep in the house all the time for pains and all hurts. tough time getting along our- 25c 50c, and Sl.OO. Recommended by The crystal beaded chiffon tunPaull Drug Co. Ad selves. ic, is as popular as ever on evenWide-Tire- d Farm Wagon. You may have noticed ing gowns. "calamity howlers," or the "high kickers" against a low tariff have not onlv receiver? "black eyes" recently, but have had their entire physiognophy smashed out of resemblance by the operations of the low tariff. The failure of the potato crop last year on account of the drouth created an alarming shortage of potatoes in this country, and it was thought that prices would soar skyward and the potato consumer would be without the tubers, but the low tariff prevented any great scarcety and held down high prices. Several millions of bushels of potatoes were imported thi3 spring under the low tariff and made good tha shortage in a measure and reduced prices to the average of ordinary spring prices. The protectionist also maintained during the last Presidential election that a low tariff would reduce the price of wool and drive the wool growers out of business. The fact is the low tariff has had the opposite effect. The prices of wool are higher than in previous years under the high tariff and besides the prices bid fair to be still higer. The protectionist are invited t o "smoke the above facis in their pipes," and the farmers are also invited toobserve the good effects of a low tariff and the fallacy of a high tariff. Elizabethtown The that the but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adah Oountj News both for 4.50 per year. Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. Always appreciates trade from Adairand Adjoining Counties and is constantly of- fering and giving to ail comers, Bargains in all Lines of goods, lad who hasn't monev to pay One of the prettiest styles One neighborhood in Illinois among the new neckwear is the you the $5.00 he borrowed always teri anywhere. has enough coin to take a vaca- ha3 done some excellelt educa- medici collar with a fichu. Has the best corps of corr tional "missionary" work on the tion. One of the new coats has no subject of wide-tirefarm wagons One reason why a fat woman pondents. opening, but slips over the head Many of the farmers of this wants to be an angel is because like a peasant's blouse. Covers the Kentucky field p neighborhood came to realize the she could wear something loose The fashionable coat for the fectly. all the time and still look stylish. value of wide tires as an aid to young girl is made out of basket Covers the general news fioi keeping the roads smoothe and None of us say what we think. cloth in the brightest possible passable as their value when it completely. But all of us think a lot that we colors, was necessary to use wagons in Has the best" and fullest rrtc can't say. Young girl's dancing frocks the fields. At a large meeting The man who said that diskets reports. of farmers of the neighborhood are open at the throat or have tance lends enchantment to the Che flaring medici collars favora resolution was passed urging DEMOCRATIC in politics view probably meant that the every farmer fco use wide tireb ed their elders. fair to everybody. father away some people are the Foulards come which have for his heavy hauling. Of course better we like them. SEND YOUR SUBSCkIF there . was opposition. A few grounds of the subdued spring The lad with the "ungovern"mossbacks" swore t ey would colors, with brieht little figures able temper" always manages to TI0N RIGHT AWAY not do it, and they didn't at scattered all over them. govern it when he bumps into a first But the majority went A stylish "suit for afternoon is bigger man than himself. ahead and equipped their wagons made of wistaria poplin with the DENTAL OFFICE A man has to wear his same with 3 or 4 inch tire. The good new short jacket. The skirt is Dr. TripIet1lshaPeaii week- - But a woman two ripping were so patent ihel fashioned . d if i I James DENTIST OA'ER DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. ill send Dry Gcods, Glo:hing s.nd Show o RES PHONE SO. OFVKICE PUONK i any point, by Pareels. Post prepaid. :an be jre -- J i Any goods not satisfactory Stomach Pains and Indigestion caused mo great distress for two years. I tried many things for relief, but got little help, till at last I found it in the best pills or medicine I ever tried turned by Parcel Post, if in seven day? after sent out DR. KING'S C.E. Hatfield. Gnyan.W. Va. Woodson Lewis NewLifePills 26 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL 0HU861STS. C that results with can always change some of tne kickers were convinced and grad tunics. outlines. ually equipped their wagons with trunk is quite a The week-en- d Most men will cheerfully make wl(je tires. The result is that in novelty. It is made of patent an affidavit to a thing that they tnat neighborhood they gather leather and has three trays. It wouldn't bet a dime on. an(j haui cheir crops from the i3 also lined with dainty flowered Talking about shopworn goods field more economically and cretonne. It is very light and is did you ever get a good look at a quickly and a big improvement intended to take the place of thebeen engaged three is noticed in the smoothness and suitcase. girl who-ha- s .j of the road. F. H. Jour or four times? Bucklen's Arnica salve fOr Cuts, And' half the trouble in the nal. Burns, Sore?. world is due to the fact thatpeo Mr. E. S. Loper, Marilla, N Y., keep on hands a full stock of writes: "I have never had a Cut, pie never think seriously about coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Burn, Wound or Sore it would nor. .. Metallic Caskets, and bteel Boxes and heal." Get a box of Bucklen's AruicaMiamcJC until alter iwvv . .... ,MH,D(I PmmnkaflTmnlf.'"""" ' '" Salve today. Keep hand j at all uuies Residence Phone 29, office fnr day. hitched. Rn. nnr. WnIlnHo. tw . Phone 98. vents Lockjaw. 25c Recommended J. P. Triptett, What has become of the old 45--1 yr by Paull Drug Co. Ad" J J , I - up-ke- ep ... J t X! ,,, - Ad. Columbia, Ky. ' . a Jamesiown. ' the Xb;air: COUNTY NSWS ' t SORTING OUT JOB' SEEKERS. " BetiateA' " Washington. Federal Appointments rere the subject of a' speech In the senate by. Senator Works of California n hisblU to provide for a commission appointed by the president tore-eelr- e and pass upon all applications ind recommendations for appointment The measure would x to federal offices. vfarbld members of congress to recommend applicants or aid in obtaining -- "Jmltim to$?the Work. Works SugoVsfFederal Com -- positions. Senator Works explained that his bill was intended to relieve the president and members of congress from the IRRRK v'' mRHrb dHRv&RflRRMsiRRRRRRH ' : irrHrr rrrrr ' RXhhs&?81rrrrr1 SENATOR WORKS. 3ng thousands of officers throughout 4he country, to bring about the ap iurden of recommending and appoint ointment of more competent men and women and to relive the public service from the "odium of the preseut pernl sious system of patronage.' ; ' In 1910. the senator said, the government employees, exclusive of those ander civil service and the army and navy, numbered 148,714. of xrho-z- : 50,839 are appointed by the president '.These appointments, he said, hud steadily risen since, the number of postmasters to be appointed by the president having been increased by 453. President Wilbou. he said, had felt the necessity of some such help as this-Sil-l would afford but his effort to transfer the making of appointments to his ieads of departments bad proved a Jailure. FAMOUS CRUISER IS AGAIN IN SERVICE The Brooklyn, Schley's Flag-7- -r ship, Is Remodeled. 'Philadelphia. The old armored nruiser Brooklyn, flagship of Rear Ad aiiral Schley at the battle of Santiago. ;ent into commission at the Philadel $14a navy yard after an idleness of more than ten years. She has undergone a number of changes and has been com fetely remodeled. The Scotch boilers have been replaced with the water tube type, her engines have been overhauled and all guns remounted on modern electrically controlled car &" ' liages. MUch of the woodwork has been replaced by Gri'proof material and new ammunition hoists installed. .The k'wer military, mast lias been retained. The I&moklyn. when fully commis sio4-r wili carry a crew of .150 ;n:d men. but for the present oul a sLelo'.on erew will man her. About isiiieix officers and men were aVur.ril '.:.n the cruiser was placed ititComnii-oiDi- i in the "ordinary" or second1 reserve. She has been assigned to the Atlantic seserve fleet, but later will be sent tc China to relieve the Saratoga. r offi-reSi A. Judging from the results Sew-e- ll ton had an unbeatable argu. f!he June' term of the Russell ment in the hope of the large end circuit court closed on Tuesday of a score of 26 to 25. , Every night of the third week of the body got at least one whack at session. Little civil .business was the ball. If the writer had had tried except the case of Fergu- - a Burroughs ' adding machine son, et a), vs. Ralph and Nan. I with him he might have comBell, which, however, occupied puted the number of errors that four days, and resulted in a v.er-di- were made during the game, but of $662 for plaintiffs. Most failing, he will modestly place it of the time was devoted to the at a million. However, the game criminal docket. The case of was closely fought and no fault the Commonwealth vs. Silas Sul- can be found with anyone exBatlivan, charged with stealing pub- cept our boys for losing. lic records, occupied three days, teries for Jamestown, Kean, c, Dunbar, c, Harris, p., Stephenandwas one of the hardest-fough- t legal battles in the history of son, p.. Dunbar, p., Wesley, battery consisted' of this county. The jury failed to Chester Carnes, c, and some litagree, the vote beidg 10 for and 2 for conviction and tle red'headed fellow whose name the case was continued to the I do not recall. The boys made next term of this court. The Com- enough runs off him to win a monwealth was represented by whole world's series, but the A. A. Huddleston, R. E. Lloyd, trouble was that Sewellton made J. N. Meadows, and J. H. Jtone, the same number, with one left and the defendant by Lilburn over. Phelps and Judge W. R. Cress, At the June examination there were 20 applicants with grades of Monticello. The case o f the Common- as follows: First. Miss Fay Wilwealth vs. Wesley Eads, charged liams, Walter Bowlin, Richard with rape, occupied two days, Whittle, Lula Gossen, B. H. and resulted in a conviction Nfor Kimble, J. O. Grider, Lee A. carnally knowing a female under Chumbley, B. H. Roy, E. E. 16 years of age. The penalty is Dunbar, J. L. Story, Ovel Withindeterminate, being from 0 to ers, G. E. Stearns and Capitola Second. Alice , Story, Webb. 20 years in the penitentiary. The case of the Commonwealth Minnie WheatJeff Story, John Failvs. Lucian Meadows, charged Ballou and Eva Conner. with grand larceny, occupied one ures; 2. The Sunday School at Moore's day, resulted in a verdict of not is' progressing nice- guilty, the jury being out only school-hous- e ly with Mr. PetVaughan, Super- ten minutes. Tuesday night, June the 30th, intendent. At the term of the Russell cirMiss Cora Wolford, daughter of the late Dr. W. D. Wolford, died cuit court.' the grand jury reat her home, near Jamestown, turned 109 true bills as .follows: after an illness of several months Breach of the peace 41, selling She was afflicted with dropsy, liquor unlawfully 19, weapons 7, and had not been able to lie in trespass 6, reckless weapons .4, bed for over two weeks. On the urnishing liquor to minor ,4, same night about two o'clock in petit larceny 4, gaming 3, adultry the morning, Mrs. Lettie Gar-- i 4, nuisance 3, malicious shooting ner, who was known to nearly 3, forgery 3, disturbing worship everyone in the county, and a 2, assault and battery 2, detainhighly respected old lady, died ing a woman 1, voluntary man at her home two or three miles s'aughter 1, cutting timber on the lands of another 1, selling below Jamestown. ct ac-qui- tal Attention! t "V ,,:' ? mm .' .. V VOTE FOR ROLLIN HURT, 1 . ofAdair County, Democratic Candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, at the Primary Election, August 1st. and had not been well since. a few showers lately, but not Her death was no surprise to enough to wet the ground. people. Prof. Bryce Walker will open Judge Hobson spoke to about school at thi3 place next Mon30 people at Jamestown, July 1st. day. This will be Mr. Walker's He complained that Columbia second term at this place. He had been the only town to trou taught us an 'excellent sch ol ble the waters for him in the last year and we predict that he present and past. will do even better this time. m .. .. ..1..A n AnaAA..!. AJakk.CU.t TYAa.1at.A .UU rl.iC AlCUl.ll., mnnpr back U5WWI.HO to r- Ynnr if it fail w. 1 rOuleklr ttUertm Rhenm&thci. Sor 1 twt R. Mas- - 1 Hero any mens in anr fifteen minn tea time. cart 01 we soar jrriee sot. At jS.ll Xhruggsts. Tzeo Miopia tad circular lent oa nqnut. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. . 342 East Main St., Lexington. Ky. Dirigo. Irvine's Store. and Elsy Roe were in Columbia, on business, one day Ia3t C. C. a pistol to a minor 1. opened Monday, the Picnic, The .following are marriage farm of J. J. England near 6th, with John Story as principal where they have a set of and his brother, Jeff Story, as licenses issued from the, County ,: Court C'erk's office during the sawing to do. assistant. Mr. Denton and family have month of June: Joe F. Dyke to Luther and Silas Kean left our Blankenship, . Edward removed from Breedingtp near midst last week for Louisville, Lula.M. Wilson to Bessie J. Perkins, Jno. Picnic, where Mr. Denton will where it was reported that they superintend a stave mill. H. Ford to Arrena Lawson. joined the army. However, a Joseph Henson and family later report is to the effect that No 2. Jamestown have removed to the McChster Silas had a change of heart and property at this place. This was is on his way back. Died; near Jamestown, on the Little Miss Fay Campbell is cheering news, because "Hicknight of June 30th, Mrs. A. L. spending a few weeks with her ory" is a congenial fellow, and Garner and Miss Cora Wolford. grandmother, Mrs. E. E. Epperbesides he was the only catcher Mrs. Garner died at 10 p. m. son, of Roy. we had. She was 77 years 11 months and Elrod & Co., have moved their Jake Campbell's many friends 2& olds. Cause of her death was stave mill from Breeding to Pic in Jamestown Will regret to learn due to cancer of the stomach. nic, and will begin dressing that he will leave!s Sunday for Mrs. Garner was a member of staves at this latter place within " ig&&s-ix2tCterzer- -" Fort Terry; N. Y., wh'ere he will the Baptist church a new church the next few days. FREAK POSSUM TO WILSON. rejoin hisvcompany in the Coast called Scott's Chapel, organized J. G. Campbell made a busTexans Send President White Anima" Artillery Corps. Jake 'has been last fall. She was" baptized one - . With Pink Eyeit a soldier ooy for twelve years. year ago at the end of a revival iness trip to Amandaville, last albino possum Washington. Thursday. y white with pink ejres. was received by The boys will be sorry to see him meeting held by Rev. Scott, who Wilson.' the givers bein? President leave, Good luck tby6UrJake! organized the church whicn she Hands are now at work cutScudder , Wilson and Kennard Mar shall of tockdafe. Tex. It is not often that Jim Mead- ioined. Mrs. Garner leaves four ting the hickory timber which '"There hain't no such animal." de twenty-on- e grand chil- Allen Wooten recently purclared a Virginia Democrat, who hap ows has a party, but when he .children, pened to be in the executive offices does it is a foregone conclusion dren and thirteen great grand chased from J. M. Campbell and when the possum arrived by express, but although he. was not from Mis that it will make up for lost children. She was not only sat- others, for $200. souri he was shown. Wednesday night was one isfied to die, but anxious to go. A very tferrific storm visited President Wilson Is rather partial to time. possum a taters." but was disin jlpf these occasions, and the large Funeral services conducted by this section last Wednesday afciined'.to' tokeany chances onviheo that attended voted it as Rev. Ben Vail at the 'family ternoon. Hundreds of trees crO he- - hadthe. little anieal seat tO''thinational:.z(so.'Hi:iVi: "F trie mos'tenjoyabie'time of their burying ground. The body was blown down and many corn 'i V il.4 were Several' i.soutliern admjreri L . lives. The party was held in consignea to its iiasc resting piace fields were aurned outside. An president .have, contributed narinerox. 2 JV Sde poumj to.'tbeWhite Housefly-mt'ocfirtCampbell, who to await the resurrection morn. rtnfmrfmpnt-- and the" animals honor of Jake r t ' ash tree that stood in the yard ' ' V5tt'W left Sunday for New York. v. ever reu.euj.uc , Cora F. Wolford, 53 years :an4 of A. D. Stotta was blown across t ' v asj;r, Saturday ;n a week ago,, 4 days old. A member ofthe' the house, but lucidly no mem Wolf "Trap 'CalcVet twf. ' church, 1?Mt.;4 Verapxi,. Jjer of the family m hurt, eh' the Sewellton base ball team Baptist ufliniTwolf neaV nYetf.-'ti- a. Dr., W. .D. and S.a, Crop 3 are looking" well in this soared .the biggest hoot owl in captiv journeyed to,Jamestown for the daughter . was set by J. W- -. 4ty: iflhe'trap purpose.of settling, the dispute rah E. Wolford. Died June;30th Section, but stHl-ware needtag a rabbits. bait The bird ago , ytii net ,at. allferecioap, as the hun a8 to which had the best team. Shevliadfeverseveral- yerg We have' had , iim "asleep la the trap. - . School -iin-jorfa- nt -- horse belonging to Claudy Stotts died last week. It is thought that it was overheated. R. L. Campbell and family visited Mrs. Campbell's mother, Mrs. E. E. Epperson, last week. J. G. Campbell and the other heirs of G. G. Campbell deceased, sold the saw and grist mill at this place, to J. E. Clay well, W. A. Janes, R. H. McKinney and Mose Wooten, last Saturday, for $200. They will move it to the A work week. The dry weather continues We were all sorry to hear of with us and oats and young the death of Claud Hurt. grass are ruined and meadows R. M Hurt was in our town are almost a failure. Corn that one day last week on busii es 5. has been well worked is not hurt Mr. Hu-- t is a good sheriff, and much but will soon be damaged every body likes him, that is, without rain. Messrs. Dry Jeffries, Bill Owens and Herschel Dunbar have picked up all the sheep in this part at a fair price. Mr. Frank Meece and family have gone to Cincinnati. Mr. Owen Gaskins has a new girl at his place. Mrs. Blair, wife of Dr. J. M. much Blair, is very sick hope for her recovery, we are sorry to say. Mr. Jonas Hammond, of Catherine, was here yesterday visiting his son, Dr. Hammond. and-'no- t every good man. James Reese, the hustling produce man of our town, took into Columbia the largest load of pro-duce that ever ' left this place, one day last week. Coomer & Gowen, our prosperous mer chants, are getting a fin3 - uade Several grocery drummers called on our merchants last week. M. W. Cooper, of Russell Springs, passed through here this week. Circuit Court has passed and some otpur boys have been hit pretty hard taly the way of the transgressor is hard. Mr. D. C. Hopper has gone to Cincinnati and other points on business. The Healthy Meeting of the Russell County Medical Society, which was to have been held at SaTem church, was called off three or four objected to the use of the house.- - will be held atNFairview church, Saturday next. We hope everybody who can will go and hear the interesting talks that will be given. be-cau- Baker & Morrison have closed down their mill at this place on account of no water. Bradshaw Bros, of Columbia, are in our midst making staves. Yates & Dixon put down a well for L. Gadberry, who lives 6 miles from Columbia, on the Columbia and Burkesville road, and struck as fine a stream of water as ever run out of the ground John Howe Wilson is very sick. Lucieu Gadberry, who is running a store on the Columbia and Burkesville road, passed through our town one day last week, en-rou- te A-- ta Burkesville. Dr. Menzies, of Columbia, passed through our town last se Thursday, enroure to Cumberland county. Mops Neutalgia Kills Pain Slean's Liniment gives instant relief from Neuralgia or Sciatica. It yties straight to the painful part-soo- thes the nerves and stops athe pain, a alio good for Rheumatism, Sore it Throat, Ghesb Pains and Sprains. You don't need to rub it penetrates. Mr. J. R. Swinger, Louisville, Ky., writes: 1 suffered with quite a severe Xeu- Lrafgic HeaetachfcJor four months with- put $ reiiei r us3 Sloan's Llni- msufi ior uwo w wire; nignts and I haven't suffered wick y Iwad since." Get a bottle today. Keep In the house c. all the time for 50c-an- d 81.WV ReeomHMindarf b ' TauIlJOrugCo. 7 Ad pains7.auKi.-aHfcfljte,-254 " Texanv-albliittjKs- a i -- m . : SparXVlil& - r . '- Miss Alice England, who has been sickt for some time isno -- jjtson,-wh--ee- d -- e 1 rilm-faryV- Thevcandy breaking' at the home of Jeff Ross Saturday "night, was largely attended; "and " time. all report -- I tea-feu&- i .. . -- j . - -- -