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' Stm "r ADAIR Bn:&F" t I mi!&tm W K Hi - K BC LB' ' .nWY,A HBUr lr7 B' "B I "5I &i.r BnajTB'BTKr fmr..&2tz4 ., aBSiB ?. " ' U 1 - -- ? T JPFfl" V wt?- m?f , -;f? ""'k'P MK m NUMBER l3?t??S:.Lfsr f V .Jri-S' T& ..Jt-- . 4f V :j-s- r j?--- l. .' T&V:--- -- V ;q ftffi ? ' Vfl v COLUMBIA, COUNnWEWMl '" WEDfiKpApULY 15, 19f4. r 37 W"K Pathetic Letters. Troj,.S. July 6, 1914. Two Good Sermons. Illiteracy Must Gq. Kentucky has 208,084 men and women, according to the last report of the United States Census Bureau, who cannot read and write valuable material going to waste good people, but in a state of mental darkness. Adair county has 1. 990 of these unfortunates. A movement is on foot to give all the people a chance like the grown people of Rowan county Jiad in their Moonlight Schools.. In that county men and women past eighty years Of age learned, in a few weeks to read. illiter-- i write. Only twenty-thre- e ;'ates were left in that county, though there Were 1,162 when the Moonlight A Schools began, three years ago. number of Kentucky teachers have taken up the movement, and Moonlight Schools are being conducted in a number of counties in the State. The Kentucky Illiteracy Commisssou has ODened headauarters in the new Stand by Your Home Town. To further the interests of the town in which you live, it is necessary to vie with one another in all public enterprises and lay aside any envious feeling that may creep into- your nature. Donft ''knock" your neighbor because thati by hard rrork and economy he has accumulated a few more dollars than you possess, but rather admire and encourage the example, to follow which you might greatly better your own condition. There is a little something that every one can do that will add not only to the personal welfare '6f the individual, but prove a help to the community at large. With an eye one of the ever to first laws of nature, then let us reach out to our neighbor a .helping hand that he may encounter in a business or a social way. Ex. "self-preservatio- i. Prospective Pike Deal. For several weeks parties have been negotiating with Mr. Geo. H- - Gowdy for the' sale of his pike from tlie Adair county line to Muldrough's Hill. If a deal can the parties who will take over the pike, will widen the bed, and make it a Urst-clasroad for automobiles lb is the intention of the proposed company to do the thisplace and Campbeljs- villeand run passenger machines regu-.iarl- y between the two towns. Parties who are in position to know say that they believe a deal will be made. We believe that the enterprise would" pay, and it would certainly benefit Columbia and Campbellsville. be-mad- e, Cold Check Law. Dr. Frank Cheek, of Danville, was greeted with two large audiences last Editor News: lam sending you another letter Sunday forenoon and evening at the from Gen. Wat Hardin. I ask the Presbyterian Church. He is a very publication, not only because it recalls forcible speaker and being a close my happy boyhood life and awakens student, his interpretations of the "fond memories of other days" of the Bible make his discourses exceedingly long ago, but because of the spleudid interesting. His subject for Sunday sentiment it expresses in meeting the night was "A Runaway Slave," and emergencies, and fighting life's battle he read the book of Philemon, the and also the consecration of that life book that the higher critics say should to God and putting forth our best be stricken from the Bible because it efforts for the success of His cause and lis meaningless. But those who heard the uplift of humanity, but ajsopf Dr. Cheek explain the meaning of the meeting the end of this earthly exist letter written and given by Paul, while ence fearlessly, as good soldiers of Je- in prison, to the slave, who had' run sus Christ. It will do the younger away from his master, SPhilemon, and generation who read this letter much directed that he deliver it in person, good in after Hie, and especially if and the result of the meeting of the they will imbibe the noble sentiment! slave and his master, concluded that therein expressed. With a God bless there is as much comfort in that .book you tc the News force and all its read as any other in the Bible. ers, I am, yours very truly, Farm for Sale. George Heck Burton. i s haul-ing.betwe- en The Cold Check law, which wa3 passed by the last Legislature, became effective last Thursday and is now in full force. This is one Of the most important measures passed during the last, session and was enacted for the protection of the merchants, business men and others who have been de- irauueu Dy persons giving cnecKs on bank? without having any money oa, deposit. When a person 'gives a check now on any banking 'house he must have on deposit sufficient money to cover the amount called for to meet that check, otherwise he is subject to prosecution. NO. 6769. School Affairs. Contract Awarded. ,tate Capitol, Richmond, Va., July 3, Mr. G. H. Burton, Troy, S. C. 1914. Dear Heck: Your charming letter was received and read with much interest and pleasure I am sorry that absence and certaiu business engagements have delayed my reply. The brief record of your life was certainly new and interesting to me, and it was a pleasure to me to know that it had been devoted to God and the uplifting aud betterment of the world, but tJ.ie greatest pleasure was to knoar has been a success that your and has borne its fruit, though you' say you are "the least of all the preachers," and yet, I know it has been a success, because your own soul, fabric, woven in life's great loom, in1 its warp and woof is radiantly beautiful in its plain simplicity and affec tionate remembrance of childhood days and the friends of "Auld Lang" Syne." God only can estimate the results of your life's work. Little do we realize that every act, thought and emotion takes its place in the structure of God's eternal plans, and the influence of the humblest will live through eternity. But, what that life' work has wrought out in our on n hearts we all may see and know and read Heck, I know your heart is in the life-wor- k z now offer my farm of 285 acres for sale. About 220 acres in cultivation and grass, the remainder inx timber Residence of nine rooms, good barn and outbuildings, plenty of water, m 0i w r n vi r4 a uim mile ui ouiumuid, aim asjjuuu iouu as found in this locality. No better community in the State, considering location from Columbia, churches and schools and the productive powers of the land, it is an ideal chance for a home The farm is as well improved as any place in the county. It can be divided and made two splendid loca b'ons. Price iu keeping with adjoining farms and is a safe investment as A farixiiug proposition. You can't find another location its equal in this lo- calityi: Call on or write 1 I ft x rm I gladly give information or lend a sistancu to any who are interested in stamping out illiteracy from Kentucky either in Moonlight Schools or by instructing individuals in their homes. The Commission is composed of Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, President; Dr. J. C. Crabbe, Secretary and Treasurer; Hon. Barksdale Hamlett, President H. H Cherry, aud Miss Ella Lewis. None of these men and women are to be paid for their services. Can we not lend them a hand? It is our Kentucky as well as their Ken tucky. Let us wipe illiteracy ouboW Kentucky by 1920, when the next census is taken. at Frankfort, and will Willjs & Murrell were awarded the contract to build the gymnasium at the Graded School. The building will be forty by sixty, and will be pushed to completion. It will be an addition that the school has needed since the first year of its opening. Prof W. M. Wilson, the principal of the school, laid the proposition of its building before the trustees and they readily consented. For Sale. Fo'rSaie. ! ; it . K It It my gal profession. ther in 1821, landed in Columbia and began the practice of the law in your grandfather Owen's office, for whom Fur Sale. he always had words of gratitude and praise. perfection coal oi I have three daughters splendid ; One good children one in Boston, one in rauge in good condition, one new sewPhiladelphia and one here iu Riching machine,several dozen piut, quart, mond. I have one son living a tine Mason fruit jars, one set Rather a reraarble restoration to The following marriage licenses were man, who is a Presbyterian minister, health occurred near Olira, Russell. of four volumes of New Teachers and with a large church in Chicago. I issued from the Adair county cjeik's county, last week Mr. John Floyd, Pupils Encyclopedia and other books. inEphraim, Wiscon- office during the month of June: start to who is sixty years old, has suffered All to go at a great reduction. If SiTed Bryant to Sdppie Rexroat Reed to spend a month or so with my sin, of his legs from terested call at once at the old Charley.Smtyh to Hettie Lee Rich- with an ulcer on one son ana ins iamiiy at their summer a youth. On Sunday he started to homestead on home-oLake Michigan, about 300 ards. Chesterfield Turner church, when the ulcer commenced to E. C. Rule to Avis Walker. miles Xorth of Chicago. reached him a Theara Brockman to Bettie Bryant bleed, and when friend Mr. J. B. Barbee aud his sou, Jo, will When I think of how I will be pet he' was thought to be dead, as his M. Collins. Uriah Antle to Ura a at Campbellsville the ted b, the sweet and beautiful grand- pulse had ceased to beat His leg was start business, first of next mouth. Mr. Barbee has uauiiLcis auu tut: iuii i win iiiivej The July number of the Review of corded, and he was laid out, and in a rented the building formerly occupied fishing, boating and swimming, with! Reviews is full of interest, the articles few minutes he was noticed to breath, by Mr. V. M. Gowdy as a wholesale , j my a set of fine little grand-boysdealing largely upon national qu,es- - aud the next morning he was able to house, and will open a feed store and iieart grows sick for the "Sky Blue i tiiflinrs hpinor , nmfi ctf t.f. be conveyed home, and is now on the will also carry some groceries and will ' . Waters," and the cry of the seagulls i most prominent writers in the United highway to perfect health. Mr. Barbee have a lunch counter. encircling me muns is music to my States. This magazine should come he is going to Campbells states that soul that oeckons me on. The A.'M. Zion colored district Con- ville aud start this business, and if he to every .lawyer and to every Yes, Heck, let us be boys till the Send 15 cents for a ference was held in the suburbs of Cohome can it ake it pay, he will roll-calthe flowers still "bloom bv the sample copy to :50 Irving Place, New lumbia last week. There were Len tiuds that he family to that town some rAmove his wayside: the birds are still singing: York, N Y. ministers present, a number of layin the future. the stars are still shining and God's, men and quite a number of women time old world is as good and beautiful now The home colored people experienced Special Notice. Mr Walker Brvaut, County Court as it was then. Why should we for-no .inconvenience inft caring for the Clerk, exhibited at this office, a few dur- report saue :t an, ana like oia owls seek a ' All parties who are indebted to the, i multitude, and they very that days ago, a 8100 Bank note, drawn on session-mandead tree in a swamp, surrounded by late W. L. Walker, either by note or ing the made. So far as interesting Bank of Columbia, Ky., and made we know lizzards and toads to hoot and luot nnvnhlp. to James Huk'hes. The note account, are requested to call at the talks were the remainder of our days? No, no: store and make payment, as the out good orderprevailed. was sent to Mr. Bryant by Judge C life is as we make it. aud happiness standing business must be wound up. It W. 'Wright, of Campbellsville. n is net a purchable commodity, but I35-3One story of the Li years Mrs. Tola Walker. was issued in 1835; seventy-nin- e , comes from in dormitory is up, and Mr Sims finished ago. But few people in Adair county Toto a helping hand, gentle words Do not get busy on the day of the burning his kiln last Thursday. a bank was conducted in and kindly deeds, and. with all this, primary and say your vote will not be morrow the laying of brick will he re- know chat Columbia, that long time ago. .. 4.J.1 ! oraveiy ngnung nies uau,ies, wicm needed Mr Hurt is anxious to poll a sumed, and with hands sufficient it the courage to do our duty as we see ver3. Iarge vote m Ada!r county, aud will be but a short time uutil, the Messrs. John W. W. Butler and it and to meet the inevitable with- - le walife all His rriends to be at their brick work will be completed. riaud W. Cundiff joined a house party out fear or cringing. Yes, some of resnective votintr Diaces. for the week end atrthe home of R. Notwithstanding Columbia has not B. Cowherd, near Campbellsville, and uiese aays wnen we get oia 10 wouia be delightful to meet again iu dear Only sixteen days until the primary. had rain of any consequence for three on the 12th all motored to the Lincoln oia (joiumoia and nave a swim in trie Let every Democrat in Adair county. months, improvements go on. Sev'Long Hole," a picuic ac the 'big, who is a friend of Mr. Roliin Hurt be eral residences are going up, one Farm. rock," a day or two off iishiug, a 'pos- - at the.polls aud vote for him. Every church, and a number of people are The enterprising merchants, Smith sum supper and a cooh hunt or two; i vole counts in a primary. property by painting, Bros., Font Hill, Russell county, have improving their with time to talk over the dear old j building ver?ndas, etc razed their old store building and are R. i Tandy sold three weanling days when we were boys, to us so re-- 1 now building a new one, more comsa- - heifer calves to W. T. Mercer for one Gradyville, Joppa, aud Ozark modious, on the.same site, plete with thrilling incidents and The j They will weigh farmers were blessed with a good rain hundred dollars. cred memories. Write again. With best wishes, i 1,400 pounds and carry the blood that last Thursday afternoon. Vegetation Quite a number of Fairs have been .j commands and the farming GodTjlessyou the price Aberdeen and was .greatly revived '. .lied off for the year. The Danville spirits. Your boyhood friend, Shorthorn. Advocate anuouncea jeriaay. wiau eleaaent put in, fine Wat Hardin: there would be no exhibition m Boyle Mr. Alva Curry, who' was a prom Pinkeye and hot.ow tail are serious season. diadVin .,5jrere4itabl!.statemenD.of the ly anecting u& mine pan.-- ; uuite'a' inRi-.t- . citizen of Green county,. Trawdruy ,HV A- tIn- 1. TJaaoAunber that tlie Teachers' tmiddsiut the1 JFirst National Bank numberof cattle are affected with the the Pierce neighborhood last.. August 106h'i .'..." . Urig&t.'"".'-- ' &MtfcUhcLiatthe iNeWto-dav- ; above, oom'c4 faBear-wallow 3 blue-flame half-gallo- n n right place, God bless yon. Well, I have but little to tell you about myself; like my father before me, I have devoted my life to the le- Que male hog about 20 mouths old, pure bred Poland China, aud and a good one, 2 male pigs pure bred and 1 Arm Broken. sow pig. All tip top in every particular, also three pure bred gilts due to Last Tuesday afteruoou Mrs. Etta farrow in August. t If you want a Caldwell, wife of Mr. J. H. Caldwell Poland China this is your opportunity. C. S. Harris. meb with a very serious aud painful accident. She had gone to the meadHad Been Sick a Year. ow to bridle, a horse, and the animal started iu a run. Mrs. Caldwell un dertook to head him aud iu doing so a Last Saturday afternoon Mrs fell, falling upon her right arm, breakwas the wife 6t Mr Burton, who ing it above tlie wrist. Dr L. C. Nell John Ed Burton, died at her late reduced the fracture. It is hoped home,. near Plum Point. She was forty-liv- e that she will soon recover. years old and had been confined to her room for a year She was a lady Notice. who had many friends and her death .brought much sorrow to the neighborAll persons having claims against hood. She leaves a husband and six the estate of W. A. Helm, deceased, children and a host of relatives. She are hereby notified to present same to was a consistent Christian woman and ,me, properly proven as required by wilUbe greatly missed. The funeral services were conductlaw, at my residence in the town of Columbia, Ky., on or before the first ed by Rev. Nathan Murrell aud Rev Scott and the interment was "at day of September, 1914. church. A very large circle r, 35-F. J. Barger, Admr. of neighbor were present to pay their respects to the departed friend. Marriage Licenses. Columbia, Ky 35-2- t. Ma-liss. C. S. Harris, and lots, good residence, barns, etc., located at Merricac, Taylor county, all well watered. Also afarm of 95 acres, 30 acres iu cultivation,' 20 acres of new grounds a1so one farm of 200 acres, mo3"tiy unimproved, for sale. Thestore-hous- e is. a splendid stand to sell goods, and the lots are so situated as to make them well suited for a person who wants to handle stock, and sell goods. F. H. Durban, Columbia, Ky , 37-4- I have a stock of goods, store-hous- e Ou the 10th day of August the White Teachers' Institute will convene at OF THE CONDITION OF the Lihdsey-Wilso- n Building, with. Mrs Cora Wilson Stewart as chief inTHE FIRST NATIONAL BANK structor. She will have the hejp at an able corps, of assistants. Every AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE person in the county who holds a cerOF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE tificate or expects to enter the September examination will be required OF BUSINESS June 30. 1914. V to attend the full week. RESOURCES. Thursday, August 13th, will bo Loans aud discounts 123 102 55 Trustee's Day, and every trustee in Overdrafts, secured and unsecur- - ' 1 462 27 Adair count) is earnestly requested to ed U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 25 000 00 be present from the opening in the U. 3. Bonds to secure U. S. Demorniug till the close in' the afterposits . noon. Please do not forget this. A Other Bonds to Secure Postal Savings 00 special program for that day will be 2000 Bonds, securities, etc 27 000 00 published later. Hanking house, "furniture, and Again we say to the pafcrons do not . Hiiurt-2 500 00 buy any books until the newly adoptDue from National Banks (not 311! 26 ed ones are on reserved agents) sale, which will be Due fronrState and 'Private about the 1st of August. Then exBanks and Bankers. Trust change all your old books that are Companies and Savings ' sound for new ones of the same grade. Banks Due from approved reserve Be sure to do that this year, for it carj agents IS 743 34 not be done next year. The exchange Checks and other cash items.... 440 OG price will be something near 50 par Notes of other National Banks 1505 00 cent., or half price. Fractional paper currency.nick- els, and cents., .. V 90 Tobias Huffaker, Lawful money reserved in bank. Sunt. A C 9 Specie .- -. S . 1 t. : Legal-tend- or Merrimac, Ky. The Darkey Wedding s 803 l notes 1200 10 Redemption fund with U. S. . Treasurer (6 per cent, of circulation). ..1 ;...." 1 ' Due from U.S. Treasurer viz: er 005 20 Public Health Notice. 250 0Q Will be'giveri at the court house, Monday, August 10, first evening of Teacher's Institute, by the High School, forthe purpose of obtaining f uuds to assist in the construction of Total i.'0 418 5S the gymnasium. This is positively one of the comical plays ever given in th- Dividends unpaid It wiltW enjoyed by those who at- Individual deposits subject tend. f leek Good singing and lots of fun from Postal Savinjrs.Deposita the start. ." Total You can not afford to miss it. State op Kkntuckv, ss: LIABILITIES. Capital a tofck paid in.: Surplusfund Undivided profits, leas expenses and taxes paid NationalBank notes outstanding Due to other National Banks most Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers town. to 25 000 00 25 000 00 i 697 01 25 000 00 07 51 ji3 m, 21 60 25 23) 418 53 The citizens of Columbia, had a clean up day some time ago, aud the . people generally, took a hand in it. The town with a very few exceptional places were made clean. But a town will not stay clean unless the citizens are watchful. Quite a number of places need attention now, and especially the back yards of dwellings,stores banks and livery stables. The weeds need to be cut and burned? the papers scattered around need to be picked up aud burned. In short, let us clean the town and keep it clean. Eternal vigilance is the price of it. U. L. Taylor, Health Officers Good News for Teachers County op Adair J I. E. H. Hughes. Cashier, of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of) my and belief. E. H. Hughes;' Cashier. Subscribed fand sworn to before me this "th day of July. 1211. kno-.vlede- 36-8- t. I j well-goyeru- ed l; I j y : , ndsey-Wilso- within-ourselves- se The couuty school teachers of Adair county will certainly rejoice when they learn that the school treasury is Correct Attest: full and checks will be on time this Henry N. Miller. Director. year. The following special from J, I). Lowe. Director. Jas. P. BearJ, Director. Frankfort says: "The riscal year of the Commonwealth closed with the 'Co. Plant, largest ampunt probably iu its history The Archibald Wheel which was located at- Campbellsville, in the common school This fund is inviolate and it enwas destroyed by lire last Wednesday sures that the pay of teachers will be afternoon. The company manufact ured spokes, its headquarters being promptly met from the time the first at Lawrence, Mass . The business at apportionment falls due in the fall. Campbellsville, was managed by Mr. Every member of the Columbia BapJ. A. Russeil, who is known to raan peode in Adiir couuty, and who says tist church is requested to be present the loss to the company will be eight at a business meeting of the Church or ten tnousana atiiiars. no msurauce i his. Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Important ousiuess to attend to, and on the plant and spokes destro ed. it is hoped that no one will fail to atThere win ne a lawn tete Held on tend. tne lawn of J O Russell this (Tues day) evening, at 8 o'clock. It will be Mr. A J..Young, SrM ninety-thre- e given under the auspices of the Ladies' years old, died at his late home, in Aid of the Methodist Church A Taylor couuty, Monday morning of silver comfree will offering will be re last week. He was an uncle of Mr. ceived at the gate. There will be J. H Young, this place, and was a music aud reading. An enjoyable rine old gentleman evening is promised to which all are Mr G. B. Smith has started his cordially invited. wheat mfil. My Commission expires Mar.. 2nd. 1913. G. P. Smyths. Notary Public. fund-3633,027.-- 37. 1 - 1 . , . While Columbia is as dry as a pow der horn and has beeu for two mouths, we rejoice with the sections of Adair county that were visited last week with tine rains. Where no raiu has fallen corn that was planted early is suffering, but the late plaut'ng is growing nicely, and if the rain comes soon there will be an abundanrcrop. Last Sunday was the hottest day of the summer, and the night was so hot people could not sleep Dr L. II Jones has removed from ..olumbia to his residencr, oa Jamestown road, one mile from town. - The young people enjoyed a very de- .Ughtf ule veu'rag-- ith M isses S usanand AsmaII show'Struck'this" town last? Miller lastSaturday. There were' Wednesday, and after looking over Julia games and music the situation, getting the amount, of tax to be paid, it left for a cheaper I own There were nine persons in the Born, to the wife of Mr. A. July Hth, a daughter. Mother'., aggregation apd two or...tliree- wagons. w H-Fee- -- 4 se, - -- -- counts ... - f-- -' rstituill Mr. Authur Loy delivered a buach lambs 'to. L W. Scotts-woMoaday, that averaged 96'" for failing to wqrfc.the road, and there uouode. Mr. toy belie? ee. ln.hw.vye them; are a number of civil cases. juadjowws . . . ..rrMolZn. - menagerie fi welye wa& seven-poun- d . bear, and child doing well. K Qr . ol en-nejttj- ast to-ral- . -- .t: 'mk r-j-s- Hi f ..: 'Vv-- -' J y-- i VflT -- r; H 75" - i t. - .if. v THE ADAIH JQUgTY NEWS mwmt Wheat in the Holy Land. Consumption ettes. The discovery a few years ago f wild wheat in Palistine has attracted much attention.chiefley because of the possible practical importance of a hardy race of wheat The plant was first on Mount Hermon, and later in the Jordan valley, and is especially abundant on limestone. Since then it has been under observation for some time in America. While there is apparently no reason for doubting that Shis Palistine plant is a genuine wild wheat, it is not certain that it is the prototype of our domesticated races; it is, in fact, suggested that it be named as a distinct species. Whether or not it is the prototype of the domesticated wheat does not, of course, affect its practical value; for it is a hardy plant in the sense of being able to live under a wide range of natural conditions, and it suggests the possibility of obtaining from ii races of wheat adapted to the arid regions of ihe world, and also of breeding its power or resisting into the domesticated races. discovered of Cigar- - r Hog Wallow News. Ellick Hellwanger has kept so sober for the past few months that he can drive from here to Rye Straw without hitting a stump. Fun at a Bacon, Bat. of cigarettes in this country is increasing rapidly. This is indicated not alone by the figures of the Internal Revenue department at Washington, but by statistics supplied by state boards of health through out the country. Reports of the latter indicate that in spite of legislation prohibiting the sale of cigarettes to minors, consumption is increasing among them as well as among the women of the country. In the o.ity of St. Louis consumption of cigarettes has increased 100 per cent., within a year, the increase being largely due to sales to womConsumption en. One of the most significant facts disclosed by statistics is the increase in consumption of rust-disea- se Surprising Cure of Stomach Trouble When you have trouble with your stomach 01 chronic constipation, don't imagine that your case is beyond help just because that your doctor fails to give you relief. Mrs. G. Steugla, Plain-fielN. J., writes: "For over a month past I have been troubled with my stomach Everything I ate upset it terribly. One of Chamberlain's advertising booklets came to me. After reading a few of the letters from people who had been cured by Chamberlain's Tablets, I decided to try them. 1 have taken nearly three fourths of a package of them and can now eat almost A very thine; that I want." For fluences sale by all dealers and Paull Drug Co. Ad Has Your Child Worms? d, imported cigarettes, 1 a r g ely Turkish cigarettes made of the strongest brands of tobacco; and of Cuban cigarettes some of which are equally strong. According to tobacconists consumption of these brands by women is on the incresse, even school girls of 18 years old being large According to the consumers. Journal of the American Medical association, the effects of excessive cigarette smoking among women are already to be detected sufficiently to cause alarm. All of which questions the effectiveness of instruction in our public schools, of the laws on our statute books, and home in- net curtains against .the pane ht and no shades this lets in A Story of Devotion. Most children do. A Coated. Furthrough the whole window space. red Tongue; Strong Breath, Stomach Do not furnish darkly. Picture Paln3, Circles under the Eyes; Pale, Owen county, Ky., comes to Sallow Complezion: Nervous, Fretful Promiscuous News. frames of dark woods are best Hogwallow as money was the front with a story of devo- Grinding of teeth. Tossing in Sleep; form just now, but not for a Peculiar Dreams any one of these in- beginning to get very scarce. tion to the memory of a departMove chicken coops often. dark room. Here should be used dicate Child has Worms. Get a box The annual spring droves of ed one that rivals the devotion of Kickapoo Worm Killer at once. It chicken coops. white or bright gilt frames and jay birds are flocking into our Whitewash the of the woman at the Savior's kills the Worms the cause of your Be sure the horses have good, the subjects of the pictures child's condition. Is Laxative and community daily. Raz Barlow tomb. A merchant at Beech-wooshould be light and cheerful. aids Nature to expel the Worms. Sup- having nothing else on hand clean, deep beds. Watson by name, father plied in candy form. Easy for chilMirrors are excellent in a dark started in to taking a census of Pasture and forage crops are of several children, lost by death dren to take. 25. Recommended by room to give an effect .of light. Ad Paull Drug Co. them as they arrived by making needed to make cheap pork. the youngest member of the Watch every opportunity to buy a mark on a sheet of paper but Work the butter just enough family seven years ago. The the old ones, as their mouldings A Cruel Hypnotist. Sidney Hocks came along last to distribute the salt evenly. child at its death was about five are in more artistic lines than Tuesday and got him mixed up. Good pastures are essential for months old, and it is said, would most of the modern designs. Re- W. B. Griffith, a hypnotist, Mosely is disabled some- profitable beef production. Tobe not during its life sleep in a room gilding can be done at home with who was exhibiting his powers what this week with a large boil The increasing demand for Japanese gilt. It wears nicely unless a lighted lamp was kept boy the on his neck. He is in communi- milk products indicates that in Gary, Indiana, gave a b,U5iraing. The father was devot and costs less than half the price illusion that he was riding a bi cation with several patent medi there-imoney ahead for the ed to his child and after its death of gold leaf. cycle. For twenty-fou- r hours cine firms, believing that he can wise dairyman. and burial, for several years, A dark corner can be brighten the child lay on his back work sell them a testimonial illustrat little grave nightly clean coop and plenty of ed by introducing a long, narrow A visited the ing his feet in imitation of a bi- ed with his picture. fresh air ard exercise will dc mirrow running to the ceiling. and placed a lighted lantern at cycle rider. At length the memthe foot of the grave. He would A total stranger walked into much toward keeping chicks This can be framed in gilt or the bers of the Woman's Club pro return each morning and extin- our midst Thursday morning and healthy and growing. natural wood can be white and tested to the police, declaring Hogwallow guish the light. His pilgrimages took a seat on the If the young sows are fed as the top drapen with Oriental silks that Griffith was guilty of cruel to the little country grave yard without being liberally as they should be to or tapestries in bright colors. postoffice and ty and officers carried the boy to were made regardless of the in asked, and the postmaster has properly develop them, the old If a flower Dox of brass or police station. Here Griffith the compelled to keep open ones will become too fat. clemency of the weather. been handsome yellow crockery is set refused to awaken him and it since then, as the stranger ocBefore turning the young colts at the base or. this mirror and was necessary for two policemen Pain stopS peulalgia-KU- Is cupies the chair, which he always and horses to pasture, have the filled with folage plants the efto hold the boy's legs for eight reSlam's Liniment gives instant takes inside before closing. teeth of each one examined by a fect is given of an eztra window lief from Xeuralgia or Sciatica. It Hours. Finally Mayor R. 0. thes goes straight to the painful and does much to brighten a competent veterinary surgeon. Causes of Stpmach Troubles. the nerves and stops athe pain. Johnson arrived and f o r c ed room as well as ornament it. lC'is also good for Rheumatism, Sore 'Griffith to release the boy. Hypa-ro- If you boys . and girls' have never had a "Bacon Bat" you certainly have something to live for. This kind of a party or picnic is held out of doors in the Sidney Hocks became intoxi- summer or early fall and there cated Saturday evening and tried are plenty o f 'eats" mostly to drive his yoke of steers into bacon. Some romantic woodland spot the post office, but failed on account of the door being too nar-ra- is selected for the "Bat" and the There have been many young folks meet at the given other complaints recently on ac- place, then proceed to the apcount of the narrowness of the pointed place via carriage, motor, boat, or on foot, taking with door at the P. 0. Frisby Hancock's rheumatism them baskets of "eats." Bacon has taken a turn for the worst, sliced as thin as paper, with fresh and he has decided he had bet-te- r laid eggs, pickles, rolls, or bread, Saratoga-clook out after his religion. crackers, sweets, coffees and any other goodies Sunday he went over and brag- hips that the heart or stomach may ged on the Dog Hill Preacher's desire. sermon. Arriving at the place selected, Several from this section will a fire is built. The coffee is put go to Tickville next Third Sunon to boil and the ''table" spread day to witness the unveiling of under the trees. Then long slenthe public town pump. der sticks are cut frcm maple or The Blind Man of the Calf oak trees and the sliced bacod Ribs neighborhood, was about to pierced with them stringing a be talked into buying a heating dozen or more pieces of bacon on stove from Slim Pickens the otheach stick. These pieces of bacon er day, but the trade was knockare held over the fire until it ed in the head by one of Slim's is all surled up and fried a crisp Blind Man enemies, who told the The eggs golden brown color. over. that winter was are fried or roasted, and seryjed Raz Barlow has come into pos- with the bacon on paper plates. session of a yellow mule, which The other goodies are served will be driven to his yellow bug- whenever and however you wish gy. Later in the season he will them. don his yellow necktie. Yellow If you are fortunate enough to being a symbol of jealousy, will select a place where stones e used in Raz's abound, build a fire place with be the affairs of the heart this summer. the stones and make the fire in Cricket Hicks, who has been it, then you will have less trouble at work in the Calf Ribs Com with the cooking. An easy way munity several weeks, nas re- to cook the bacon is in the corn turned home with five dollars in popper held over the glowing cash. This will somewhat re- embers. lieve the financial situation w. Special All Notice 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 Will Not carry Papers in thr Mail for Parties who Owe More Light in the Horn; than one Year Kentucky Fair Dates. The following are the dates Many women solve the probfixed for holding thx-- Kentucky lem of lighting dark rooms by haying gas or electricity burning Fairs for 1914. as far as reported. Officers of fairs are requested to all day. This is hard on the report to us any omissions or corand is not absolutely necrections of dates: essary. pock-etbook A dark room is not merely unattractive, it is bad for the spirits. If you are fortunate enough to own a room where the only light you can get is close by the window, do not rest until you have achieved an appearance of light. Much can be done with white paint, sunny yellow paper, thin Mt. Sterling, July Harrodsburg, Berea, July' 29 Mt. Vernon, 215 days.. July 284 days. 3 days. Taylorsville. Aug. Leitchfield, Aug. 43 days. Aug. 53 days. color-schem- 114 days. Perryville, Aug. 123 days. Vanceburg, Aug. 12 4 days. CoIumbiaJ4ugustJ8 4 days. Burkesville Aug. 113 days. Hardinsburg, Aug. 18 4 days. Shepherdsville, Aug. 184 days. Stanford, Aug. Lawrenceburg, days. 19 3 days. 19 . Aug. Elizabethtown, days. Aug. 253 4 days. 3 days. d, Grayson, A.ug. 29 Shelbyville. Aug. 26 Frankfort, Sept. 14 days. Alexandria, bept. 1 5 days. Barboursville, Sept. 2 3 days. Tompkinsville. Sept. Hodgensville, Scottsville, Sept. I 24 days. Sept. 83 days. 103 days. Louis- Kentucky State Fair, s ville, Sept. 14 6 days. Horse Cave, Sept. 234 days. Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, 295 dayp. Glasgow, Sept. 304 days. Sept to lighten a room, but, as it soils easily and may become monotonous, it is better to have one or two pieces so covered and the rest in a warm golden brown. ; If you own your own part-soo- home, do not rest until you have cut a new wiadow or have widen-ed,th- e one you already have. A Throat, Chest Pains and Sprains. You don't need to rub it penetrates. Mr. notism in the v h t :- -. T nttttttllrv TT". ntwtf Afi IV-SS'SXTiS. H ralgic Headache for four months with- out any relief 1 used Sloan's liniment for two or three; nights and I haven't suffered with my head since." Get a bottle today. Keep in the house all the time for pains and ail hurts. 3uc,.50c, and $1.00. Recommended by Ad . Paull Drug Co. Ledentarv habits, lack of out door hands of the un- - exercise, insufficient mastication 6t scrupulous should not be tolerat- - food, constipation, a torpid liver, wor ry and anxiety, overeating, partaking This was a case of rare of food and drink, not suited to your Q cruelty arid children in all towns age and occupation. Correct your Chamberlain's Tabshould be protected from exploit- habits and take lets and you will soon be well again. ing, the powers of these itiner- For sale by all dealers and Paull Drug Ad Co. ant hypnotists. Bucklen's Arnica salve fOr Burns, Sore?. Cuts, The plants should be set in ! smaller pots so they can be taken Mr. E. S. Loper, Marilla, N. Y., out daily and watered; otherwise writes: "1 have never had a Cut, Burn, Wound or Sore it would not the mirror will need constant heal." Get a box of Bucklen's Arnica cleaning. Salve today. Keep hand; at all times for Burns, Sores, Cuts, Wounds. PreFurniture covered with yellow vents Lockjaw. 25c Recommended Ad linnen taffetas or brocades help by Paull Drug Co. bulging effect gives much light, as it throws the sun from all sides. Decora? tion is nothing but a makeshift sunlight. for health-givin- g bay window or The Adair County News one year one dollar. ; 5 f LlWK fc-- t - J - 3M -- fr-. S V .. feb '.-- ." ,v-.- THE ADAlR-mUN- T NJKWS To Cure Alfalfa flay. MN4MHl',lalf'. s .'fcLet Us Reason Together $ - $QMt" - fcnglish Women Smoke builders press it into sheets, -- - iA .j Ripest mtftmmm)' r" 'which" areinvaluaffie6T tFe MUG SHORTHORNS The heating and burning of al- roofs of the most luxurious vehiLIKED IN ENGLAND "Why don't you women smoke falfa hay in the stack may be cles. m Some-time- s by Was a Wise Old Saying It is claimed by high authority that X a pipe?" has been man's com- avoided proper curing. New Liquor Law Effective. from 80 to 00 per cent of the milk weather conditions make plaint since cigarettes came into I want every fo and that is exacty what I want us to do used In England comes from dual 2s FARMER who has Sheep, to investigate my work, and see if this is tlje scheme of things feminine. it almost impossible to put the types of cattle, writes Thomas Shaw fib not the place for 3011 to bring or ship your WOOL to get the best hay in the stack in good condiThe new law passed by the re- in the National Stockman. The great Milady, in the old time vernacupreponderance comes from the ShortVALUE for it.7 IXow if you don't want your Wool Manufactured, I Q & tion, but usually the mischief is cent Legislature regarding the horns, in fact very much more than lar, "has gone and done it." every fo will pay jou the BEST HOME MARKET PRICE, for I need pound or Wool J can get. 1 am Trying to represent tne 01a lasmona The woman whose wealth done by water in the stem of the shipment of liquor into dry ter- from all the other breeds combined. There are some Shorthorn herds I goods like our mothers used to make, in the manufacture of Blankplant, says Professor Leidigh of ritory, which went into effect a England that are maintained only for gives exclusivenesa to London's ets, Flannels, Lincy, Jeans, Yarnes, Etc Let me hear from your beef. But the proportion of these to society has taken up the real the Kansas agricultural college. few days ago, has generally been that of the Shorthorns that are milked Wool this season any way. very small indeed. Goods shipped cheap by mail anvwhere. "thing." Dainty little briar-woo- d A comparison will show why this regarded as favorable to the Is It would also be correct to say that Farmers Woolen Mills, designs that sell for prices water did notfreadily cure out of liquor interests of the State. A nearly as large a proportion of the beef consumed comes from Shorthorns, E. L. REECE, M&r. average wife the stems. If a tree is cut down "joker," it is claimed, has been pure and in the graded form, and yet prohibitive to the Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. P.O. Jamestown, Ky. In the face of these facts some of the whose husband exists on a sal- on a cool, cloudy day, the leaves discovered in the bill which ary have appeared in the shops remain green and fresh for some makes it one of the most drastic time. They take the water from restrictions upon what's popof the tobacconists. The cigar, a diminutive one, the trunk, and pass it off into ularly termed "personal libit is true, still holds its own in the atmosphere. If the weath- erty," ever written into a liquor certain social circles. The ci er is reasonably cool for a few law. Section 3 of the act, which BUY garette is only for the beginner days, the water will all be taken was H. B. 506, reads: In any THE VERY BEST a sort of Kindergarten course in out of the tree. Now if the tree county, etc., where the sale of Cheap paint soon cracks and peels off, and is neither useful nor ornamen this most modern game of flirt- is cut down on a hot, sultry day, liquor is prohibited, "It shall be While dairymen as a rule pin tal. You can have a guarantee of highest ing with Miss Nicotine and for the leaves will dry up and fall unlawful for any person to keep, their faith to cattle ot dairy breedabsolute satisfaction if you quality and of ing, many farmers like the milking strain of Shorthorns. A Kansas public performances. Cigarettes off. The water is still in the store or POSSESS any such liwill buy nothing else but farmer says of this breed: "Three Shorthorn cows of mine are all have had their day, and male trunk of the tree and there is no quors, in any room, building or good, milkers, giving about five to six gallons per day when fresh and London is asking "What next?" way for it to get out quickly. It structure, other than the private holding up with their milk very r Finishes, Stains and Varnishes well. Sometimes they are giving Suffragettes of the militant is the same with alfalfa. If the residence of such person, and about a gallon and a half a day And they will cost you 25 fa less than other high grade within two weeks of the time they brands. Tell us your paint needs today and we will come fresh again. They do not sort are not responsible. The sun is so hot that the leaves are which is not used as a place of send you our PAINT BOOK free. It gives prices and keep fat on the best of feed when giving milk. Their milk Is good and other valuable information. most of them abhor the weed in quickly shriveled, the stem will public resort." rich, and I consider they pay well for their feed and milking." The Kentucky Paint M'g Company, dry out very slowly. Of several any form. It's the deep, As interpreted by liquor men bull shown Is of the milking Short(Incorporated) horn strain. draft of the rolled stacks recently burned down, in and lawyers, the law clearly 513 W. Market St. LOUISVILLE, cigar that appeals to those who every case it seems the cause makes it unlawful for a citizen wise teachers at our colleges have said KY. that dual qualities could not be main already have formed the taste seemed to be the improper cur to have any liquor in his possess tained. An annual was issued in 1912 by the for this memtnto of the days of ing of the hay before scacking. ion an any place but his .private English Dairy Shorthorn association of When it is impossible to wring residence. It means that he can giving the milk recordswere243 cows for Sir Walter, In milk on that year. The cows average 204 days. The lactation The cigar is a sort of badge to water out of the hay, says Pro- not keep a bottle at his office, or the periods in many instances were not n devotee of to- fessor Leidigh, it is dry enough in his hunting lodge or fishing completed, and quite a number of the the R. B. DIETZMAN, Sec J. H. COCKF, V. Pre.; D. 6. HARBWIC, Pres. animals were heifers. The average tobacconists to stack. The best way to cure club. The locker device by production in milk was 7.51S.S8 bacco. Piccadilly The males, the progeny of are preparing for the transfor- hay is to rake it into small wind- which liquors are kept in the pounds.when grown Into beef invariathese, The steers grown ob mation. They're laying in their rows and let it dry out slowly. private lockers of members of bly do well. adjuncts during the milk; skimmilk and 1889 1861 - INCORPORATED ESTABLISHED stock of feminine pipes. If the ground is damp, or if the clubs for their own private and period are positive favorites with the butchers. They attain to a large deA well known club woman re- air is very moist the windrows personal refreshment is entirely velopment, especially during the secIWIIillWmGflTS ond year of growth, and it is claimed cently declared it is no uncom- must be turned frequently to ex- unlawful under Section 4 and chat the beef produced by those aniDEALERS-Ibetter marbled mon sight to see the members pose all the hay to the sun. Hay the unwary traveler who puts a mals is are reared upon than when the ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLS. the dam. In caives GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS literary often heats in the stack because flask in his grip, is liable to a the latter instances the maturity i of women's social and frequently premature, and the external LOUISVILLE 1301 TfflRTeeNTff-Mftl- N. clubs puffing at cigars. They are it is rained on, or because it ab- fine of at least $50, unless there fat is excessive. long and thin hardly greater in sorbs moisture from the ground. appears on the outside of the 9 TSMKflHrP LUMPY JAW IN CATTLE. SMOKESTACKS circumference than a cigarette, This causes a loss of $5 to $10 package the name and address, Two Methods of Treating This Danbut they are far stronger. But worth of hay spoiled at the top the consignor and the statement gerous Disease. Lumpy jaw is the common name for the woman pipe devotee has not and bottom of a stack of that the liquors are for the per- the disease of the head, jaw and neck Sheet Iron and Tank Work iMBMBiM MB yet essayed to parade her vice in alfalfa. This loss may be avoid- sonal and family use of the con- of cattle. The scientific name is derived from the fungous spore which public. She even taboos the ci- ed by stacking on a foundation signee. gives rise to the disease and which i technically known as actinomyces. gar in restaurants, but she isn't ot poles, or under sheds. The writes Dr. A. S. Alexander in the Fane JOBBINQWORK SOLICITED Journal. "Curse of the Hapsburgs." averse to displaying her powers money saved on a few stacks There are two ways of treating the All Kinds of Machinery Repaircd- disease, either of which must be reson-e- d public will pay for the shed. of inhalation in the most Franz Josef has been called to at once. In many cases the tuplaces when it comes to the cimor when first noticed Is not attached The proper time to cut the hay "The Emperor of Sorrows." to the bone and may be cut out with "The curse of the Hapsburgs" little difficulty or danger. After ths garette. h is when it is in bloom. performed by is The Adair County News Although women have daily If it has made a rank growth is said by the superstitious to operation, whichwho best familiar with is a veterinarian have followed his kin. The "curse the anatomy of the part, the walls of A Splendid been decrying the bad habits of and is very succulent, in it betOne Dollar a Year. was pronounced by the aged the cavity made by the knife should bo Clubbing Bargain they are quick to imi- ter to let it stand a few days Countess Carolyn, whose son cauterized with the hot iron or soma mankind, caustic solution such as bichloride oi We Offer tate. Witness that but quite re- longer before cutting. was put to death for participat- mercury and hydrochloric acid in waThen he Adair County News dame surplus water in this way is giv- ing in the Hungarian uprising. ter. cently fashionably-gowne- d This solution should consist of at and least half an ounce of bichloride to the She called upon heaven and hell were observed in their open mo- en a chance to pass off. pint of water with sufficient of the The Cincinnati to blast the happiness of Franz acid to make it dissolve. It may be tors smoking cigarettes on their cota Introduced by Josef and strike him through ton on a stick. means ofare swab of Weekly Enquirer many other way from Piccadilly to Ascot. There Money from Rubbish. those he loved. Thus he has effective solutions. Of BOURBON POULTRY CUkc Both One Every evening it is observed If the operation and application r. down a chief's throat cures been stricken: gapes. A few drops in the thoroughly done the first time there is Year arinklng water cures ana that women being driven from Old boots and shoes which, prevents cholera, diarrhoea His wife, "the good Elizabeth" rarely need of a' second operation, but For Only and lotber chick diseases. One may their homes in the west end to when quite past wearing by any- was assassinated in Switzerland, the solutionwhile have to beisused sevoft: bottle makes 12 gallons of the wound healia?. eral times may be Subscription medicine A all druggists. Sample and booklet on "Dis Maxmilian, was If the bone is involved it will have the theaters are smoking cigarHis brother, new or renewal sent FREE, one, find their way into our dustbe scraped and the swab tused a o jSgjjM eases 01 Remedy Co. lenngton, Ij What Bourbon ettes on the way. , in Mexico. fore. the Weekiy Enquirer is executed bins are extremely valuable, and The other method of treatment conIt Is issued every Thursday, subscripHis only son, Rudolph, was a sists in giving iodide of potash $1.00 per year, and it is of It takes a mighty good cow to tion pricehome metropolitan weeklieone toThe captain of a stone barge find their way again into our and it is very affective, especialthe best of suicide. ly in cases of actinomycosis of the. day. It has all the facilities Of the great hold her own with 25" average fell into Newark bay, at Newark, houses in most artistic form. The dose for tongue (wooden DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatninc the the Duchess an adult steer tongue). dram two or His sister-in-lais one world's events, and for that reason can hens. N. J., and was drawn to his They are soaked ip water to reacgiue you all the leading news. It carries three times daily in a little d'Alencon, was burned to death cording to the severity of thewater, and case, Do not cover fine seed deeply. a carries a gnat omount of valuable farm death through a government move the dirt, all1 the nails and matter, crisp editorirls and reliable it is to be continued until the disease in a charity bazaar in Paris. market reports. Its numerous dePut on just enough dirt to cover dredge a half-mil- e picked out, and the seems to be lessening, when the dose threads are partments make it a necessity to every and continued His favorite grandchild mar- may be reduced home, farm or business man. the seed. away. After passing this far leather reduced to a thick pulp, for a few days longer. As a role, fair "ZThis grand offer is limited and we advise against his wishes, and her progress toward recovery is made it The selection of the sire is a' you to take advantage by subscribing for the body was carried "through a fron which wallpapers, screens ried from eight to ten days. therabove combination right now. Call ended in the shooting of her rpy important factor in building or mail orders to pipe 2,000 feet long out etc., are made. The finer the loe h Profit in Sheep Farming. rival. The Adair County News, up a dairy herd. original quality of leather the into a Newark meadow. Although I have bought and sola Columbia, Ky. and kept many thousands of cattle and Exercise the greatest cleanlibetter it takes the bronze and And now sheep, I have never lost one by disHis nephew, the. Archduke ease, writes a correspondent of the in all your work in connecness For Sale, Cheap. old gold of the designs which Farm Journal. This shows that live tion with the rearing of small make these, hangings things of Franz Ferdinand and his wife, stock is much healthier than man. 1 have rarely or never dosed a sick anihouse, 2 acre lot, fine to eat all the whole corn, grit Good chicks. beauty. Bookbinders an frame-make- the Duchess of Hohenberg,have mal. Sheep have paid better than any well, good barn and all necessary outanimals I have ever handled. On n and charcoal that they want at buildings. Handy to school," Sitting hens should be kept also know full well the been assassinated in the capital other class of stock have I been able ' " E. L. Sinclair, t. to double my money so easily as U tb value of this pulp, and carriage of Bohemia. free from lice and given a chance least once every day. Columbia, Ky. of skeep. I to-da- y. SS$ $iiSxaxee :) Silver Seal Paints nerve-invigorati- ng ultra-moder- W. T.Pyne Mill & Supply . Co. f mACHlFilSTS N S 25-fo- ot Ensi one-tent- .piil ONE I $1.35 i inte1-nall- y. w, J up-to-d- sand-suckin- g ! one-ha- lf j 14-inc- rs 34-4- tsse 'V'-r-'l T fL WashingtVnliasTBceived - in ".. W " 0 9C ' t formation through; diplomatic1 finished Every Wednesday channels that Huerta will resign - - BY TME - as President of Mexico within a Afoir County News Company. few days in favor of Foreign Minister Carbajal, and that In( INCORPORATED') ternal peace in Mexico is near at - S. HARRIS CHASEDITOR. hand. Gen. Carranza issued a statement at Saltillo reiterating ftBiocr&tic newspaper devoted to the interest of tbe City of Columbia and tfae people his intention of carrying out the Alalr&nd adjacent counties. plan. of Gaudalupe, which' profor the "Supreme Chief" n vide as Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. assuming the duties of President Subscription price fi.00 per year. ad Interim. Post-office "TfAt!'AIWeOON$EWS', of'Portlatnd-andGreensbur- g, re- produeed,nd;8Tjj'I"do rnotr-think- . river sectiotfofthe Lceived something like a car load that district should, attempt to hold a of isheep and lambs here tne first You want your pigs to eat as much as possible perpetual lease on the .office., It of the week at five and six cents' when you fatten them. Give them a great variety I put iosie hbes in of feed, keep the appetite keen and the digestion in fatten and ravethe pen to has no w been sixteen;years since per lb. preparatory for the them Bee good order, and you will obtain the desired result; Dee STOCK AiEDICINE' n their feed. I soot had this section of the district has Louisville market. especially if you mix with the grain ration a dose of fine. which netted me. over 500 n offered a candidate forthetDem-ocrati- c Strong .Hill, the pounds. rLKhner, STOCK nomination forejudge of hardware man, of Glasgow, was Danlevie. W.Va. MEDICINE the Court of appeals, and then calling on our merchants one day 25c, 50c and Si. per can. Whets the appetite Helps digestion. our candidate, Judge James Gar-ne- t, last week-At roar dealer's. P.BL4I one of the most able law J. A. Diddle, who spent severyers and jurists that Kentucky al days on his farm in Logan has yet produced, withdrew, and county last week, returned home up the shattered corn. Mr. Al- -' Judge Hobson was nominated, last Friday. Mr. Diddle reports among is a bachelor of H. about 45 another excellent reason why the a drouth in that section the same years. Sometimes he walks, Vetevinaxy Surgeon WED. JULY 15, 1914 and 0ntibt of the district as we have here. Everything in sometimes he rides The newspaper fraternity of Democratic voters horseback, years experience. Special attention1 th State will regret to learn should see that Rollin Hurt is the way of vegetation needing and sometimes he rides in a very sjiven:tpr Surgical and Dental work. .ANNOUNCEMENT. Office at nominated at the coming prima, rain. thatHb'if. J. M. Richardson, fin.e auto. . Go as he may, 'he is building. jesidence near Graded School the Glasgow ' Times, has ry. And I trust that every Dem PHONE NO. 7N Our school opened last Mon- - (always plain and sociable. Fob Judge op Court of'Appkals. sick at his country home," ocratic voter who may read this day with Miss Mary Gafrrett, of been I see quite a lot of talk in the his article will make it a point .to go Columbia, teacher. We are glad News about farmers in Ken- Notice Public We are authorized to announce for the past month. While "j aOLLIN HURT a candidate for Judge condition is not regarded as be- to the polls on August the first to' say that our trustee ought' to. tucky raising I am General Blacksmithing of the Court of Appeals, in the Third seriotis, he is quite a sick and vote for Rollin Hurt for be complimented for securing glad I have been delivered fr.om ing district, subject to the action of the Uuggy. Carriage and Wagon Rtfcairinff neatly Democratic voters, expressed" at the man. We trust that ' a change, Judge of the Court of Appeals. the teacher he has employed. the1' tobacco patch. A clover 'done. All kinds of Rubber Tires nut on. Serial attention to ITorse Shoeing-- . Prices right and ,, August primary. A COUNTYMAN. indicating his recovery, will be satisfaction Guaranteed. We are satisfied that we will field looks much better to me. . I' Shop on Depot St near L. & N. Depot. brought about at once:have one of the best schools that ,never lik'ed tobacco in any form Sradyville. President Wilson's conferences PHONE NO. 73 - Si M- - Evans. we have had for many years, ; with some of the leading business JEFF PARSON, Hon. W.W. Stephenson, who The usual number was in atmen of the country have conWe are glad to say the drouth Campbellsville, Ky. Edith. vinced him that his trust regula- was o,ne ofL.Harrodsburg's most tendance the first week. Mr. tion measures will be accepted prominent citizens, died sudden- is broken up in this section. We Finis Strange, with the assist-anc- e without much opposition. Legit- ly a few days ago. He was a well had a good rain. Every body in this neighborh- Dunnville, is spending this week of Miss Shirley, will teach imate enterprises have nothing knowri lawyer and Democratic Columbia, Sheriff Mitchell, of the Big Creek school, one of the ood- are all smiles since the good with Mrs. E. R. Miller. to fear from the present admin politician, and ha'd served his was in our midst last Friday. Mr. B. T. Evans was in Colargest in the county. These shower of rain last Thursday istration whether large or small, district as State Senator, and J. L. Walker,, of Columbia, teachers need no complimenting, evening. lumbia, last Saturday. but inordinate greed and plunwas mentioned for Con- was shaking hands with many often he dering methods must yield to Farmers are through laying by as they are widely known in this Rugby. gress. His death is a great loss" friends in our town last Friday. justice and law or suffer the penpart of the county.' Miss Mabel their corn. - - 4. especially to Mr. Eugene Wethington re- Hindman is teaching 'the school alty. So far, Mr. Wilson seems to the State and Harmon, who hasj county. Mercer turned to Clementsville last Fri known 'through here bjrthe name' been on the sick list for several The writers infant son, who to be measuring up to the hopes ' and expectations of the great day to spend Sunday with his of the Bird school house. She weeks, is better at this writing. has been sick, is better. Samuel M. Wilhite, city ConMrs. Tishie Sandusky, of Burn-side,began her school with a good atmass of American people. His troller of Louisville for thirteen family., Mr. and Mrs. W. R. 'Knifley with her father, John How "watching and waiting" Mexican years, Is "a defaulter to the Our corn, tobacco and grass tendance and the district so far and sons, Buford and Ray, spent Wilson, of Oklahoma, who is policy, criticised by some of the amount of $14,500. He confessed since our recent rains has put on as we have heard are wonderful- last Saturday night with Mr. and !.!. ri.T- 1 ! l sick, wiui a complication 01 ly pleased with their new teach- Mrs. R. D. Williams, war-lik- e citizens, but whose and gave bond in the sum of ten a new appearance. Dunr-vill- e. of at his daughters, Mrs. shoulders would not bear the thousand dollars. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Parson er. In the other adjoining schools Noah Akin, of this place. weight of a gun, is now showing and family are spending a few we have not learned the names Mr. Oscar Sinclair and wife, of Every body here is picking the country that peace cost less days in Green county, visiting of their teachers, but we take it Pellyton, were the pleasant PLEA FOR ROLLIN HURT. than war both in treasury and relatives and friends this week. that they all have good teachers guests of Mrs Valeria Campbell, berries this week. Editor News: off nicely with preciousness of life. Altogether Mr. Ben Roach, wife and Miss Maggie Bragg, one of and have started last Sunday. While I do not believe it good no administration has ever hantheir work. daughter, of Texas, are visiting policy for one not a candidate to Jamestowns popular young ladies Our school began last Monday, dled so many propositions of so We will ring off .for this time here. under the controll of Miss Sarah take a too active part in the is visiting relatives here this by saying that we are all for far reaching consequences and Misses Lucy and Millie Rossen i Collins. We are glad to have races for party nominations, it week. retained the confidence of so Rollin Hurt for Appellate Judge Mr. and Mrs. Ben Roach and Miss Collins with us again this visited Mr. John Henley last many people of diversified busi- seems to me from observation and nearly all-fJ. C. W. Beck- year. j Saturday night. many people do not exactly daughter, of McGregor, Texas, ness interests, and while his sec- that ham for United States Senator. situation in the are visiting relatives in this part The school at this place comMr. Jim Winfrey, who has ond year has not yet ended more understand the or of the county at this' time. coming Democratic primary, been very sick for some time, is menced last Monday with Mr. From Missouri. has been done already to meet importance of going Mr. and Mrs. David Kinnaird, Evin Roberts as teacher. no better. the demands and necessities realize the polls on the day of the of Nell, spent one day in our Several from this neighborThe writer commenced ', his of this country than has ever to the Hale, July 10, 1914. election and casting their vote city last week. hood attended the fishing party school last Monday, at Rowetown been accomplished by for the man of their choice, and Editor News: Messrs. Hunn & Goff, of Coat Dunnville, Saturday. any other full administration. with prospects of a fine school. As I have some leisure I will so I have felt it the duty of sohie lumbia, were receiving lambs in As we see the situation it is one Mrs. Emma Williams and son, Mr. Frank Coomer, who was one to speak, and thus will with this community last Friday at write from here. The season up great promise, bearing the of to two weeks ago was very dry, Lilburn, are visiting relatives at s t r u ck with your permission give your readprice. the market fruits of genuine reformation in last spring, is barely able to get but have had some good rains Peck, this week. ers a reason for the faith that is in the interest of the people and Browning of since that time. Wheat, oats .Mrs. Chapman There were several from this about. enterprise and yet with- in me. honest the Milltown community, visited and hay are light. Corn looks neighborhood in Columbia, last We are very dry and needing In the first place I believe it out serious disturbance or the Mrs. S. A. Simmons, of our city, well where the chintz bugs have Monday. rain bad. be the duty of every Democrat constant advertisement of "I to one day last week. Mr. Wheat, the Raleigh man, not killed it. They have destroyin Adair county, and the entire did it." Tbe principle of truth McKmney. & Bishop, ed some whole fields that were was through this part last week. I keep on hands a full stock of Messrs. Southern part of the district so coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep and justice has had its battles Several from this neighborhood Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and is concerned, to go to who have been running a saw next to wheat, are in all corn as for many years with deception far that mill near this place for the past now. I have been here thirty-thre- e attended the singing at Knifley, two hearses; Prompt service night or ' and injustice; it has been crushed the polls and vote for Rollin aay. .uesiaence .rnone 2!, office Co. , and they are worse last Sunday afternoon, and re- Phone 9S. Hurt. Not because we think he six months, tor Durham & to the earth by the averice of 1 yr J. F. Triptett, is a better man than Judge Hob-so- of Greensburg. have recently than I ever saw them. Wet ported a great time. Big business through political Ad Columbia. Ky. moved their mill to Summerville. weather would hold them in or a more loyal Democrat, )f Miss Callie Hammonds, manipulation, has been resurbecause we do not believe in and will continue sawing for the eheck. The corn is mostly laid rected with the power of Ameri- but giving a man a life lease on an same company. They have quite by except late planting. We can citizenship and is directed by office when there are many others a large amount of timber to saw. have large and small farmers wise and honest leader, one a We had the pleasure of receiv here. Some appear to have a who can fill the place just as well who is measuring up to the reand we all know that ing a letter from our old friend' desire to farm the earth, and to quirements. The watchful, wait- as he can, loy- and neighbor, J. J. Hunter, for- own cattle. ing policy is not only good in our Mr. Hurt is just as true and Ed Alamong, a friend of mine, is Judge Hob merly of this place, but of late country, but would be of infinite al a Democrat as Mr. Hunter is a large farmer probably has son. ana we oeneve tnat ne win of Snyder, Texas. value to the world if it could be make just as good a Judge as informed us that they were aU a thousand acres or more of II .adopted. Hob-so- n well and getting along nicely. growing corn. He furnishes Ten Million miles of advertising. Hobson has made. Judge "Fords, averaging A The plea for Mr. Hurt pubhas now held the office for He and his son are in the mer- married men house cows, gartwenty miles a day, circle the world should sixteen years, a period of time it cantile business and we take it dens, lets them raise chickens lished in the News y four hundred times every twenty-fou- r be read by every Democrat who seems to me, that should amply that they are doing a fine busi- and pays them from $30 to $35 hours. If the car wasn't right is interested in his race. The satisfy any man, and I am sure ness. We had the pleasure of a month, They board themthis tremendous publicity would idea of the writer is to arouse that Mr. Hurt would be glad and getting for him something like selves. Single men get $25 or I put the company out of business. the Democrats to action, and ev- willing to turn the office over to 25 gallons of blackberries, that $30 and board. There is not The Ford is its own best salesman. ery man who is espousing Mr. any other good Democrat after his brother, Jo, will have made mu,ch corn" gathered on the AlA demonstration is a revelation-ta- ke Hurt's cause should be at the holding it for sixteen years. into jam. and ship same to him among farm, as the sheep and yours polls the first Saturday in. Au- And I feel that the Democrats at an early date. While he has hogs eat it from the stalk. The gust. A primary is unlike a con- all over the district should vote been in the Lone Star State for sheep are bought in the northvention. A candidate is nom for Mr. Hurt because this section several years, he has not lost his west by the thousands, shipped Runabout S500. Touring Car SoijO. Town good things that here, fattened and sent on to Car 750 f. o. b. Detroit. Complete with inated by the majority of votes is clearly entitled to furnish the taste for the equipment. The Buchanan Ljou Co , Incorcast, hence it is of the utmost candidate. We have just as good can be made out of the black Chicago. Some of the hogs are porated, Campbellsville, Ky.. agents for Tayevery supporter lawyers as can be found in the berries that grow". back herein raised and some bought. - The importance for lor, Green andAdair counties. Kentucky. ahead of the hogs sheep are run of Adair's candidate to be at the State; they will make, just as old & Bridgewaters, ib the fields, and the hogs pick Messrs. Yates good jurists as has ever been polls. iiuMiiwvW the-Ohi- Scrubs Fatten Quickly healthy-Iookiszno- crnbby-looki- ng n, well-know- Bee Dee sec-c- n. JOtfES " ed-itjdr- Vf to the to-bac- r - Mrs-Min- nie. is " ens-eas- es or paralysis . t n, 45-- R 1 1 J half-milli- on to-da- 1 to-da- y. V K TtfB &DAI& GQimTT'gEN& l itr '&&& J &fsfi.-t- - !&& iHtii Mj-.Le'e C&lFCainp. . - MrEsty Haysy .wife and three. ,3J dhildrefc and Mr. Charley Hafc-- j - . V Chelf was here from , Knif-te- y Attorney General Garnettj" wif e(and Monday. V V & M- Messrs. J. T. Gowdy, J. JE. Gowdy . and Henry Parrott were here the: first gardens are about dried up arid children and Carl Hays, of Adair,' . of the .week. the Irish potato crop is' a failure. ancTas'the hbirtof noon approach:"Q, Cr'Bindnian.'of' M;r? Mr M Cravens spen Saturday and MiUtjpsrnJ'are spending '.a. few days in J , Mrs. DolHe Morris, of Ozark, ed on Independence Day neighRICE & ALLEN Bowing Gresu,yjsiting Mrs Hindman Sunday at home. bors and 'friencls begin to arrive is visiting her father, Mn-'jiparepti arid friends,-- ' . Mrs J. T. Hendrickson andstwo with well-fille- d baskets and a taELKKORN, Mr. J. C Blair, of Fe" lyton, was in daughtersCarapbellsville were at the Morrison. KENTUCKY a ble being erected under the old Columbia last Monday and left a dol Hancock Hotel Monday. M Mrs. T. T. Baker spent SunWe have put in a Wholesale Exchange House at Roley, Casey Creek, for' lar rokeep The News Koing " apple trees, a bounteous repast Mr. H. V Denver, who has accepted day with Mrs. E. W. Thomas. Rev J S Chandler returned Fri- a position from a Louisville firm, has was "spread and partaken' of. the purpose of Wholesaling flour to the Merchants and Exchanging flour an5 Bus-- , been assigned the State of Indiana day nigli&from a business trip to Mrs. Robert Young, of NashThere were 85 ih number and we bran for wheat. Also paying the Highest Cash Price for wheat. We are now sellville. Mrs. Tim Cravens has been, quire ville, Tenn., visited relatives at wish Mr. Hays many more such ready for business. Mr. G T. Conover, who makes his sick for several days. this place last week., happy family reunions. Mr and "rs. O. C. Kimbler, home in Louisville, after visiting relRespectfully Yours, Aunt Bettie Cole, who has-bee- n atives in Adair, returned to the city here the first of the .,. week.Monday. ... sick-fo- r the past week, is better Denmark. ott.IKe W. T. HendrickSon Judge Mr ?Fred HanCbck, of LouisYille,and at this w.riting. i Taylor: county court? was-- he'rfcMolfv Mr S N. Hancock of Ehda, JN. Mex.J? ! Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Black .Green Kean has beeni .:'. Misse8.Allie Garnett and.El '.ed by Smith's'father, day. ., . nave arrived,, tyo be at tne oeasiae or were sent '" spent vJast Sunday with Mrs. ve'ry sick for the paBt week ria Murrell, Messrs. Robt Willis. ito drive them out. Miss May Feese, who spent lasbek- - their motherland '1s quite low. .i visitin here cousin, little Miss Bon- Mrs. Sarari'Bradshaw, who isnow in Eate Fletcher. Rain is very badly needed in: atod Walter Murrell attended. the rJ All the cattle were easily gotnie Pelley, on JDisappointraent- Barren courity.'writes that she.is liav-.- J Mr.' and Mrs. 0. V. Cheatham this part of the country. dedication at Tabernacle Jast ten across Saturday. home ing a delightful visit, and when she the river except "01. Irish potatoes are suffering Sunday. Mr. Lewis Young and Gent." She was in another Judge W. W. Jones and Mr. R F. leaves Barren county she will go to visitecLMr. and Mrs. C. T. Keen pari . Paull made a business trip to James--, Franklin,1 Ky., and visit her niece, last Sunday. more than any other kind of veg- sister, Mary, visited their cous- of the field. Presently, Will probabjy Claycomb. here Mrs. . town last Monday. ins, Misses Cary and Bess Cabell, not return home before the first t bt , Sunday.. School at Providence etation. she came and plunged into Messrs. R. F. Rowe, Hugh Richard September. " - - r " 'is getting along nicely with W. On Sunday, June 21st, Mr. of Dunnville, last Saturday river, while the negro scaled the son, Ray Flowers and A. S, Ghewning the were in Campbeilsville last Friday Mcy. Nqrris, Superintendent. Mr. B. G Roach and wife'-of- ' Ray Gaines, Mr. and night and came back to the ded- nearest sycamore. Smith stoofi and Mrs. - &; nighb. Gregor, Texas, tire visiting their relaMisses Nettie and Sarah Keen Mrs. Grover Aaron took with ication. his grounds and oldly followed Mr. W. L. Baker, wife and children, tives in the Toria section of Adair county. Mr. Roach left this county a spent Saturday night and Sun- them some of their boy and girl Misses Helen and Ruth Upton, herfinto the water, and took her of Monticello, are visiting at the home of Mr. Baker's father, JudgeH, number of years ago, locating in Texas. day with Miss Ruth Thomas. friends to the Payne Cane for a of Glenville, visited Misses Mary by the tail. When she reached, Father Time has been good to him, and G Baker. n'he is now a gentleman in easy circum- ! Mr. Charlie Cole was in Burkes--vili- e picnic. The names were as fol- and Mattie Young last Tuesday. swimming water he begun tc Dr. P. H. Conover and wife, of Mt. stances. His many friends in this ' ' lows: Messrs. Hugh Sharp, Tom .Miss May Upton begun her climblherltail and landed on her last Monday. Vernon, Ky., are visiting Mrs. county gave him and his wife a very f parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B cordial greetingv - He is a brothers ,of j Several from this place spent Wolford, Silas Kean, George second school at Zion last Mon-da- y. back. The cow fought furious- - ' Smith. Mr. isim Roach. All parents should start ly, but the gallant Smith was the fourth attfee Sulphur Springs Cook, Orley Holt and John Mr. L. H. CabeH, Miami, was in CoVaughan; Misses Anna Vaugha'n their children at once, as Miss not to be outdone. He caught on Renox. lumbia recently. Ena Oaks, Olga Lawless, Eula 1 May is a good teacher 'and uses her by the horns and put her tc Messrs. Dearing and Strange Miss Emma Bragg, of Jamestown, is Holt, Stella Gaines and Eula no partiality among her pupils. the boftpm.R where the water spending a few weeks with her sister, Cole attended the moonlight par--- ! MrslW. E McCandless. iOaks. There 'being - .well-fille- d was thirty feet deep. Then she WednesMr. John Young, wife and A very good rain .fell here Monday ty at Pate Traylor's last Mr. Vesten Holt, Jamestown was they all ate dinbaskets, at noon to come to the tor: night, not anything like what is need- day night and, reported a nice daughter, -- Mattie,- Mrs. R. O. wasiallowed here a day or two of last week. ner. The day being very much ed, but it has helped the growing , time. Young and children, Mr. A. 0. to breathe. This was repeated Dr. Woodruff'FJower?, of Winches- crops "wonderfully. Late beans, enjoyed by all, and at 2 o'clock some twenty-fiv- e times. The ' ter, spent last Saturday with his and other garden truck hasej Mr. and Mrs. Owen Fletcher , Sunday School at Young arid wife, Misses Eva cdw, now being thoroughly subthey left for mother, brothers and friends. oeen revivea. MurrelP and Julia Lloyd spent spent last Sunday with Mr. and Moore's school-hous- e. Mr. A. C. Hill, Glasgow, was here a Mr. Rollin Cundiff, son of Mr. Perry Mrs. Elem Fletcher. Sunday with Misses Dora and dued and completely exhausted, ... few days ago. Mr. E. C. Lawless and family was allowed to reach the bank Cuudiff, has accepted a position in the Lizzie Young. The fourth of July, about noon Mr.'Campbell Hutchison, who. has Bank of Columbia. He is a young ame in Saturday night from She emerged from the water, been employed at Indianapolis for man of excellent character and good Mrs. Vick Baker was surprised Sunday morning several drew a few deep Indianapolis. Mr. Lawless has Last some time, is at home, on a visit. breaths, shoot business Qualifications. with a dinner. It was. her birth- sold his stock in the coal busi- of the neighbors with their basMr. C. G. Jelfries, Jailer of Adair the water from her dripping hide day. All her children and grand kets filled with cakes,pies, chick- and set off for the house, discounty, was in Casey county several Mr J. L. Johnson sold L. W. Benness and he says he prefers days of last week. nett a bunch of beautiful South-dowchildren came in with their bas- farming. ens, salads etc., went to the playing all the docility of the lambs that averaged 83 pounds. Mrs. C. C. Breeding and her little kets well-fille"Mi. E. C. Clayton and family homeofMr.R. M.Cabellwherewell trained sadde mare Tfce daughter, Mabel, are visiting relatives . L. E. Young was on the Louisville Mr G. D. Parrish, of Baker-to- n, and Misses Clara and Bernice he had his vegetables gathered , daHng gmith) percfaed on in Bakerton and Burkesville. last week with a bunch of market and Mrs. J. A. Parrishpf Ross, Rock House Bottom, visit- ready for cooking. The women j back rodfi quiet,y tQ tfae hmjs Mr. Frank Richardson, who has sheep. He sold at 7, 8 and 9 cents. been in Indiana for two months, reAmandaville,returned home Mon- ed Liston and Effie Lawless, Sat- soon had it on the table and all L the astonishment of the Yates & Dixon struck water on Mr. week. turned home last sat down and ate bountifully ily. M. Tutt's lot, back of the News day from a visit to friends in urday night. Judge W. W. Jones, Mr. J."WD. Rus- N. office, at a depth of 22 feet and 3 MDnticello. About 4 o'clock the crowd was From this time on she was sell and Mr. Sam Lewis made a busiMrs. Sam Coffey ,has been sick inches. invited down to one among the: what her name . .. school-hous- e ness trip to Campbeilsville aew days on the ridge The .Qd for several weeks. ago. Born, to the wife of Sam Willis. near James Cole, is nearly comcoldest springs in the county, to Gent." After this Smith's inA little boy of Freemon Pierce Miss Frances Garuett, Frankfort, is July 12, a daughter. lemonade and cake. The lem-ona- valid mother and little sister pleted. It will be ready for has something like fever. here tc spend several weeks with her was furnished by Mr. could handle the cow teaching the second Monday. aunt, Miss Jennie Garnett, and other with perColored Institute. Sunday, July 5th, Arnold Holt ., John Troutman. Those present fect safety. This ordeal greatly ,. relatives. Miss Willie Petty, of Inroad will and Ruth Harris were marrid at were: Mr. Geo. Powell and wife MillMr. W. L.JEvans, representing erihanced the value of the cow Colored Teachers' Institute be the teacher. The the bride's home near Esto. Bro. Mr. Everett Montgomery and er & Young, wholesale candy, Louiswill be held during the last week in only rendering her harmville, was here a few days ago, calling Edward Aaron officiating. Then wife, Mr. Rollin Powell and wife, it not July beginning on the 27th and endCraycraft. upon our grocery men. ing on the 31st. All colored teachers they started for the home of the Mr. Wm. Thompson and wife,. less but doubled her utility in Mr W. R. Tjyon, Mr J Q. Alexand- who hold certificates or who expect to played the role of sad-cll-e groom where a nice supper was Mr. R. 0. Cabell and sister, An-th- a, that she Mr. S. D. Barbee came over enter the September examination will er and Corn. is looking fine in this comhorse as well as milk cow. table" being from Campbeilsville the latter part of be required to attend Thursday, July Mr. W. 0. Bryant, Messrs. Written by W. T. Gaskins, munity, but is needing rain very awaiting them. The last week. 30th, will be colored visitors' day, and well-fille- d with good things to John Troutman and Charlie Murv Russell Springs, Ky. Mr. J. M. Durham, Campbeilsville, it is earnestly requested that every bad. eat and nicely decorated. The rell. At breaking up time it was here, looking for stock, last week. colored visitor in the county be presWe all have our wheat stacked ent on that day. Prof. J. W. Bell, supper being much enjoyed by was announced Mr. Thompson N. A. A. OMseting. Mr. A. C. Loy, of Olga, Russell Principal of the Earlington Colored and are now ready for the thresh- The annual meeting of tlie National their many friends and relatives, would treat the crowd at some Association of Amateur Oarsmen win county, was in Columbia last Thurs- High School, will be the instructor. er. Wheat is better than for "" day. Tobias Huffaker, Supt., A. C. S. there being '54 present The spring to watermelons, if his be hel? at the New York Athletic club .. At this session the dat several years. on Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Glasgow, who bride is a popular young lady, a vines continues to do well, some- and Dlaee for the 1914 national regatt Rubber Tires Put On and GuaranMiss Verna Bryant, of Colum daughter of Mr. and Mrs George teach at Catlettsburg, are in the counwill be arranged. According to an offi Goff Bros. teed. time in August. ty, visiting Mrs. Glasgow's parents. clal of the national bmi.r. Philadelphia; f bia, is visiting friends and rela Harris, the groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Shirley. will probably get the big event, al afttives at this place this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Holt, They LiioW Uncle Smith Made a Believer though several western cities are MissS. R. Marcumwho is connectLocal Market. er it. ed with a large school at Rock Hill, School commenced at Concord will go to house keeping in a Philadelphia has not had the event of "JId Gent." S. C, reached home a few days ago Quakfor several years, and since-thMonday with Mr. Joe Calhoun, short time. weeks. She Schuylkill Is one of and will remain several ers' course on the EggB as teacher. We think we are has many friends who were glad to see the best in the country the chances arc Hens: n lucky to get such an excellent her. Joppa. Smith Wooldridge, of Russell the National xssociation of Amateur -- eonjpd M'a.jYalplexnatiiH return, to. Frankfort ' We have been having some dry mon, wife arid two children and weather for the iast weeks. Our ky. W. F Blair, wife and three Elkhorn Confer Mills Proprietor M W&:' to-da- y it 'aiii;. ' m T - . RICE& ALLEN,! Elkhorn, Ky Mrs. -- eturned -- J-F- 1 - -- Con-over- 's Additional Locals. V . I n d. w de -- 24-t- Tc-da- y. e and Mrs. J. A. Williams and their little daughter, Katherinepf Moutpelier, spent several days of last. week at the home of Mrs. Williams'' father, Dr. J. T. Jones, who lives buj a short distance from Columbia. Mr. '.$ Turkeys. Chickens Cocks .. 1 15 3 : teacher. 00 Geese,, .1 Ducks'. Wool spring clipping. :...:. $ 8 22 12 46 25 7 50 Miss Ina May Wade, of Lexington, who is a granddaughter of Mr. and Feathers. Mrs. J. B. Russell' this place, is here Ginseng . on a visit. Her grandparents were de Beeswax .. . lighted with her coming, as as it had Yellow Root been sometime since they had seen May Applefper lb) her. Mr. Melviu White, who reached here from North Carolina, lastveek, with a view.of teaching the school at Holey, resigned the position and left for his home last Thursday. Mr. White he left his home in the was sick-whe. n Hides (green) . e. ... 4- -' - 3 25 As there has been r:0 news to James and Dudley Hayesjef t read from our place for a long for their schools, Breeding and time, I will send in a few items. Purdy, respectively last Monday. The gardens and corn are needThe singing at Shiloh Sunday ing rain. afternoon was reported, quite a Mrs. Ann Morris is not so well success. There will be another now. one the first Sunday in August. farmers are through stackOur Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blair are ing their wheat and ready for visiting at Mr. Robert Anderson's the thresher. in Russell county. Miss Estelle Willis and Mr. Sick Headache, Bad Breath, Sour The family reunion at Mr. J Eldridge Barger have opened up Stomach, Furred Tongue ind IndigesEverytion, Mean Liver and Bowels clogged. D. Hayes on the 4th of Julywas a new"' firm at Joppa: up tpnight. Get a 25c. botte of quite a success. His children thing looks ftvely, and Mr. Kirt-le- y South, and he showed but little im- Clean is still having his usual trade. provement after reaching this place. Dr. Icing's New Life Pills today and and grand children from Taylor could not tell, from his feelings, empty the stomach and bowels of ferHe Mrs. R. 0. Young and two Friwhen he would be restored to health, menting, gassy foods and waste. A and Green county arrived on hence he concluded that it would be' full bowell movement gives.a satisfied day night. There were 23 of children, Arline and Gerel, and for the best for him to return-hom- e. feeling makes you feel fine. them. Mr.v Willie Hays, wife 'Miss Joedell Strange, of Mr. White is a native of Adair coun- thankful Mo., are visiting relaty and has in itmany warm,- personal Effective, yet mild. Don't gripe. 25c ; and five children; Mr. Luther Pecommended by Paull Drug Co. Ad Bays, wife and four children; tives and friends.nere now. friends. YcVre Billious and Costive! Bos-.wort- h, . . Springs, Ky., a man about 83 years of age, a grizzled and battle scarred veteran of the Civil war, wears the blue ribbon., un- Questioned, for truth telling in these parts since the death of Sam Christman and the departure of Robert Tyree, his venerable age and his Santa Clause whiskers give him a 'kind of supremacy over the would be aspirants in that he can tell old timefa. His latest is an account of how he tamed a vicious cow, owned by his father,, when he (smith) was a mere boy. No. one could milk or handle this cow except Smitb. At one time the cattle broke into J'udge Green's corn. Smith and a colored man, slave at that time own- - Oarsmen will vote favorably for Philadelphia. Baltimore and Detroit alse are after the date. X Harry Lewis Quits Ring: Harry Besterman. better known tc ring followers as Harry Lewis, whe is slowly improving at his home from- tue injuries ue rewneu wai i when he was knocked out in the fifth round of a bout with, Joe Borrell. an Indianapolis middleweight, declared he will never again don a glove. He says that an injury he sustained in an automobile accident in London a few years ago. is tne real cause of bis condition. The rormer fighter made his reputation in the lightweight class and. wat fct on time the sensation of Paris. vi-w- The Pittsburgh Pirates have twe holdouts on their hands. Claude Hen-dricthe pitcher, says he will not play with the Pirates Unless he is given an increase in salary. He demande $7,500 and says that if Dreyfuss recuses to gife ifto him he will jump to the Federals. Max Carey is holding the Pirates up for a SCHOO salary. President Qreyfuss refuses' to 'discus the question; hut it is thought that he wilhmake some sort of compromise. ?' Pirate Holdouts. 'THE ADAlh COUNTY NEWS'- - TDE$TRK;Et?. fiv SB Question, efc Morals. xKiSKA' ' Gen. Villa's Clemency. l&iiiStSs&smmM-- Rtfa-- on hands a nice line and Coffiins, and Men and - Ladies .Robes, also a nice Burse. over Cumberland Grocers Co., lambia, Ky. Phone 52 A. -- l keep constantly f Casket Lo-tatxo- n J. B. Jones. Dail) Courier - Journal i $6..OOfa Tiear Sunday Courier - Journal $2.00 i Year 3est Natioual News '-' State News Local News Market Reports 4 44 Foreign News PoIiticaJJNews of it 4 Everything for Everybody Are you interested in what is staking place day by day all over ?he world ? If you are you NEED TflE COURIER-JOURNAL. If there is an!' agent in your , town give him'a trial order one month Daily;50-centswith Sunday 75 cents. Ifthera is no agent in your town give order to the paper in which this advertisement appears (you may get a special clubbing rate.) or sand the order direct to the Courier-Journa- l. -L WEEKLY has been discontinued, COUIER-JOUR-NA- but FARM AND FAMILY, a most excellent illustrated monthly magazine, is a worthy successor. The price is only 25Tcents a year. Ask for a samplejcopy. Courier-Journ- al murderers. The sight is said to have beggared description. The men who were prepared to meet We would be pleased to send the Daily State Journal until April last Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from for $1.25. If you want death stoically were so over now until the first of April for 50 cents. in touch with the doings to keep in at Frankfort while the Legislature is in session, whelmed with the unexpected- Or better still we will furnish the you should have the State Journal. Special Aitnetin to F)es mercy and clemency that they Adair County News, one year and the l, Fistulo, Spavin or any surthey did not know the law, and fell on their knees and wept like gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon merely used the stationery that children. This splendid act of y due when work is done or stock Birdseve view of our Plant removed from stablep. Gen. Villa was a complete reverwas handiest. It is to laugh! LOCATION NEAR EB HUGHES' RESIDENCE. And yet this matter is a seri-ou- s sal from Mexican warfare as ON BtfRKSVILLE STREET. "gr " t Tjr one. The value of that let- heretofore conducted. The diT terhead was appreciated by ev- rect' result of it was that nearly ery person who had any part in all of the 5.000 prisoners captJoseph H. Stone, the promotion of this mining ured from the Federals in the Attonev-At-Lascheme. The promoters asked battle volunteered in Gen. Villa's Will pradice m for it because they knew its value army and accepted. The action this and adjoining counties. of Gen. Villa discloses a new The clerks gave it them fully Jamstown, Kentucky : aware that they were violating phase in his character snd his law in so doing, but knowing mercy has done more to disarm that it would aid their employ- the Federals and bring an end to Q! P. SMYTHE "Largest in Dixie" ers in their business enterprise. the revolution than his cruelty for The senators themselves, heavy ever did. Elizabethtown News. FIRE INSURANCE stockholders in the mines, knew Incorporated and The Next Congress. the influence of their own names REAL ESTATE printed on the letterhead. There ft was dishonesty in the transacIn the November election 32 Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, tion from the first to last to such United States Senators are to be Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write forJourjCatalog degree as to raise a question of chosen and an entire House of morals of sufficient importance Representatives. Upon the reto call for discipline of every sults of this election depend the EVERYTHING IN man involved in the transaction complexion of the next Congress. & who is paid a salary by the Amer- It may be Republican in hoth ican people. branches, or it may be DemMade A New Wan Of Hrm. "I was suffering from pain ia ir.v ocratic by increased majorities. stomach, h$ad aia 'jack.'' writes ' A (iood Investment T. Alston, Raleigh, .N. C. "a.sd ii The chances are all favorable to liver and kidneys did no c work rigt. W. D. Magli, a well known merbut four bottles of Electric Jh'tten-madme feeJ '""ke a new as chant of Whitemound, Wis., bought Democracy. This is largely true ALL DRUG S7:jRf PRICE 50 CTS. a stock of Chamberlain's medicine jso because the former Republican as to be able to supply them to his customers. After receiving them he party is hopelessly divided and Also Elwood and American Fence. was himself taken sick and says that one small bottle o f Chamberlain's in practically all of the States OVER 65 YEARS' p Colio, Cholera and Diarroea Remedy Progressives as well as RepubliEXPERIENCE was worth more to him than the cost of his entire stock of these medicines. cans have candidates for the SenFor sale' by all dealers and Paull Drug ate and the House in the field. CO. Co. Ad There is still another reason to Incorporated 1 - Recently two members of the United States Senate were required to make explanation to that body, of their use of the official letterhead of their respective committees in the promotion of a gold mining property. The senators admitted that they knew the senators admitted that the .. law' prohibiting such use. and charged responsibility for it to their clerks and "friends." Their clerks tried to stand from under by saying that they gave the letterheads to the "friends'' of the senators, not knowing to what use they were to be put, and the "friends" explained that superior to salts, cathartic pills, waters, etc., which are entirely too violent. Women should see to it that Villa's army were drawn up in hae at least one movement of they the bowels each day, and when showing any iciiuuiHjy io constipation snouia line before a platoon of infantry Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in take small dose prescribed. A brief use the of it will so train the stomach and bowel to be shot. Every man expected jasily obtained. muscles that all forms of medicine can be dispensed with. The important thing opinions are this fate, when suddenty and un- woman most do for herself, andthat a voiced by thousandsThese women, after can of about personal which she is often most neglectful, is experience, among them Miss V. to L. Moore, 32 Claiborne condition her expectedly Gen. Villa, who was indwatch the The wearyofeyes, stomach Tenn., and Florence Cook, St, Nashville. bowels. the bad Lucas, Ky. breath, the frequent Anyone pimples, the present, announced that they n'ne times general air headaches, the remedy wishing to make a trial of this of lassitude is before buying it in the regular out of fen the constipation or indigestion, orresult ofMany way of a druggist at fifty cents or one both. would all be pardoned provided simpie remedies can be obtained, but dollar a large bottle (family size) can the best In the estimation of most have a sample bottle sent to the home iree 01 subsequent investigation did not women is Dr. 'Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. W. B. cnarge Dy simply addressing Dr. Caldwell. 405 Washington St. It is mild, pleasant to the taste and Monticello, iu. Your name and address exactly suited to her needs. It is far on a postal card will do. di9 close that any of them were Following the battle of one hundred and eighteen Federal officers captured by Gen. Zac-etec- us Sensible Women Know Foundation of Health - - -- 9$. vnmv 'jW- - . tKHH dfj PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and J had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, out 1 was completely cured by very weak. Ab health talks to women become more general, both in the newspapers ana on the platform, the mass of women are beeinnlnsr to realize what the more cultivated have always known, that 'ood health cannot be found in a powder '8?, The. externals of health may Jbtained in that way, but the basis be of nealth lies deeper, and yet is just as DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 HI. 50c AND AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw surgeon ft!,VETERINARY mz"' Poll-evi- i-:- f'' i. -- w W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE -- ROOFING Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. ! v Electric Bitters 1 Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Solid Bindings. The American traveler in Europe is struck with the solidity hope for a very pronounced Dem- 11 2-- 1 16 Eaat rTalkef Street Between Firsthand Brook and permanency which characterizes public structures. ObINCORPORATED serving superficially, he is likely Louisville, Ky. to be struck by the ' comparative impermanenc of our building. MfciencePhone-JB Business Pho e 13 P But in America nowadays we are DR. MURRELL building for the future more than ever before. Steel, which suDENTIST, perseded wood two or three deOffice, Front rooms m Jeffries BTd'g cades ago, is giving place to concrete, for which it still furnishes up stairs. the core, and to stone. Great - Kentucky bridges are now Columbia, built of concrete so fashioned as to be practically indestructible. Business structures, designed with an eye to beauty as well as to utility, are "poured" in solid monoliths, Land Owners Attention. necure against tire and the rav- T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do ages 01 time. your Surveying correctly. He has I keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep experience. Charges reaMetallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and sonable. Phone74 or two hearses. Prompt service night or day. Residence Phone 29, office write Company ocratic success and that is based upon the success of President Wilson's administration. Ther is but one thing that is at all threatening and that is a business depression for which the party in power may be held responsible. E.' Town News. ouisvijie. Ky. quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable. Anyone sending a sketch and description mar HANDBOOK Designs Copyrights &c. Trade Marks sent free, Oldot acency for secumifr patents. Patents taken through Munn A Cc. receive special notice, without coarse. In the onl'atenta Greajjpiii The Louisville Daily Herald And the Scientific American. handsomely Illustrated weekly. I ircrcsi circulation of any scientific Journal. Terms. 23 a year: four months, U. Sold by all newsdealers. A MUNN&Co.364Bfoad-NewYork Brat-c- h Office. (35 F SU WashiEKtcn. D. C. J.N. Old Fashioned Souse. Take pigs" feet and head, thorough lyt clean and plsce in salt water t Boak for twenty-fou- r hours. Then boil until the bones slip easily from the meat- Take up and when cool enougn te handle, carefully remove all bones. Mince or grind through a meat chopper, season with salt, pepper and sage to suit the taste and press in a mold. This is very nice sliced and placed in vinegar, or for breakfast sliced and dipped in batter and fried. -- I I S W . ' Are Yea a Woman ? r 8 Adair County News One Year Each Me Odrdui be Woman's Tonic FOR SALE AT ALL Survey mg thirty-threefyea- rs Golden Betty. To make brown betty with cheese arrange in a deep earthenware dish alternate layers of breadcrumbs and thinly sliced apples. Season with cinnamon, a little clove and brown sugar flofffli. onma finolir csVintmil rnilr? fill! cream cheese over each layer of apples anu wueii me uisu is tun tvuiier ureuu- -- mimho mror rlin tnn nnrt hnkp rhirrv- five to forty minutes, placipg the disb in a pan of water sb that the pudding will For S3. 50 hold good for only a short time. If you want to keep posted in poli-tic- s and current events, subscribe now. Come, bring your subscriptions to .. this office. ,. This offer wilH or-sen-d DRU68STS I F4 not burn. T. C. Faulkner, .Columbia, Ky. 45-- 1 Phone yr Ad, 98. J. F. Tripett, y. Columbia, Popcorn Balls. Pop corn In popper, put In pan. Tate teacupful molasses, butter size of walnut and one teaspoonful vinegar. Cook all together until It will harden wheD dropped in cold water. tben pour over eecn and make in baHs. Tthenm'itira. SoreMta-- " ' 'OnlcklT rellereaAJI llAHaftA vtf9 UV i.!CD V.M..Tmi VClUAtKiA. RamVbaKa A.vw.wwuv miu pains. Yonr money back if It fails to re- 'all any acne any part ox tne ooaj i Jiero in fifteen minntes time. jrrice eve jit ji.il jjruggw Free umpla and dxeslar test ea reqaMt. 1 BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. , 342 East Main St , LxtntM. Ky. r ,. ': THE ADAIR" COUNTY NEWS Kings of Commerce. .'?' n Suffrage Party. 11 WELL DRILLER SEEKS TO SHIELD I 9 . 9 9 9 I 9 9 9 9 9 S "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit have - 9 writes 9 celved from the use. of Thedford's Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. 9 "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, 9 liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe 9 saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, 9 they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's 9 made them break out, and she has had no 9 more trouble. I shall never without 9 1 Saved Girl's life Black-Draugh- t," Black-Draug- re- ht I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. See me beLatest im-- . fore contracting. yroved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give me a Call. Black-Draug- ht J. C YATES l?e Some interesting facts have If you are entertaining a club been collected regarding persons of young women, why not give a MIGRATuKY of high degree who are members suffrage party. It is lots of fun of the commercial world. Like and an unusual way of providing Virginia, "Sportsman's Paramost really busy men, the Ger-ma-n an evening's enjoyment. Wants Laws Enforced. emperor always seems able The suffrage color is yellow. dise," to find time for more work. As Have all of your decorations in well as attending to the affairs yellow paper chrysanthemums RIGID MEASURE PROPOSED. of his kingdom, he conducts, in a are easy to make and effective. IDS BLACK-DRAUG- THE HT 9 5 9 2 s in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ht has proved itself a safe, ailments, Thedford's l reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- 41 Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid, success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Black-DraugD-6- 9 LOU IS VILLI ju jp very thorough manner, a porcelain factory of which he is the owner. The business is a prosperous one, and is run on lines laid down by the kaiser. He designs many of the goods, and, You might have a sash of yellow "Vel, if I did." he answered her, with an apologetic grin "I The pedler rapped timidly on got my wish, dank you." the kitchen door, says EveryThe Best Medicine in the World body's Magazine. "My little girl had dysentery very Mrs. Kellep, angry at being in- bad I thought she would die. Chamterrupted in her washing, flung berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured her, and I can open the door, and glaring at truthfully say that I think it is the in the world," writes him. "Didyez wish to see me?" best medicine Orvis, Clare, Mich. For Mrs. William she demanded, in' threatening sale by all dealers and Paull Drug Co. Ad. tones. He Was Satisfied. 4ft 3 Jt TIMES FOR 1913 9 Jj BRIGHTER, BETTER, crepe paper with "Votes for Women" on it in white for each System Urged Pothunter's Gun Is Captured. girl to wear tied from her shoulNorfolk, Va. Warned by Charles EL Brewster, game expert of the departder to her waist. ment of agriculture In charge of game This "Miss" game would be a preservation, that Virginia Is rapidly moreover, sometimes even en- jolly one. Write the questions declining from its position as a "sportsman's paradise," a bill has been pregages new workmen himself. pared which if enacted into law will yellow paper. on exert stringent protection over all miAnother royal manufaturer of 1. What miss causes in turn gratory birds. Tidewater Virginia has been the , china is the emperor of amusements and quarrels?-(Mischie- f.) meeting place for sportsmen of tha Down toward the Dismal north. who employs over 1,000 Austra-Hungara- Game Kiiled In Violation of Both Stat and Federal Statutes Is Offered For Sale In Many Cities Game Warden skilled hands at his factory. 2. What miss is distrustful of The king of Saxony owns a human nature? (Misanthrope.) BiGGER THAN EVER similar business, though it is of THE REGULAR PRICE OF 3. What miss undervalues her a less extensive nature. opportunities? A royal hotel owner is the king THE LOUISVILLE TIMES 4. What miss is not always of Wurtemberg, who owns two honest? IS A YEAR. hotels that are said to add about 5. What miss is provoking and $45,000 annually to his income; .) a blunderer? YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDtl while the prince of If 6. What miss can destroy the carries on a business in but TO US, YOU CAN GET peace of home, school and nater and eggs. (Mis-appreciate- .) (Mis-appropriat- e.) $5.00 (Mis-take- Lippe-Det-mo- ld THE ADAIR COUNT NEWS AND The Daily Louisville And The Times News THE L0UISV1LEF TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR What for Sick Headache, Bad Breath, Sour Stomach, Furred Tongue and Indiges- gross errors? (Mis-doingtion, Mean Liver and Bowels clogged. 8. What miss causes her rxoth-e- r Clean up tonight. Get a 25c. botte of sorrow? ( Dr. King's New Life Pills today and empty the stomach and bowels of fer9. What miss wastes time and menting, gassy foods and waste. A money? (Mis-spend- .) full bowell movement gives a satisfied thankful feeling makes you feel fine. 10. What miss proves an unEffective, yet mild. Don't gripe. 25c .) certain correspondent? Recommended by Paull Drug Co Ad 7. .) Mis-conduct.) You're Billious and Costive! tion? Mis-rule- .) miss is responsible (Mis-di-ject- Good ' Roads Proverbs. Adair County It Isjjthe best afternoon daily paper publish FOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES ed in Louisville. is Democratic, the best afternoon paper prin ced but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adah anywhere: The United States Good Roads association has issued a set of mdxims in which people generally should be especially interested. Among them are these of homely wisdom: Has the best corps of corr If the roads around a town are bad, it might as well be on an. pondents. Covers the Kentucky field p fectly. Covers the general news completely. .ft- island. You can have any kind of road County News both for 4.50 per year. you are willing to pay for, the poorer they" are, the more you pay.- Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. Always appreciates trade from Adair and Adjoining Counties and is constantly of- Good roads means that you What miss should the .( traveler shun? 12. What miss is unhappy? (Mis fortune.) 13 What miss is uncivil and ill bread? 14. What miss gives unreliable information? (Mis-callGive prizes for the two having the most correct answers. Favors should be yellow and white bon-bo- n boxes filleri with small little sweets bearing humorous inscriptions. 15. What miss meets with ill luck and delay? 16. What miss is untruthful? 11 (Mis-guide(Mis-behav- e.) .) (Mis-adventur- e.) (Mis-represent- .) Has the best and fullest ma kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics fair to everybody. b can come to town with twice the the load in half the time you used to. Good roads- - are. easy- on you, - afB3a f i -- SEND YOUR SUBSCBIF TION RIGHT AWAY DEJfTAL OFFICE " easy on your horses, easv on the aoo Avoiaj2uorj paao.usaB sbav jooi Although Subdued, Struggle With Animal Rouses Neighbors. an' aafiAi uosuas jnt jano ab2 aqj wagon, easy on the harness. Mononxahela. Pa. Fighting desperSujA'ofua aiaij tuoqj daeq pinoqs escqo ' aqj paAonoj pcq qoiqA AiBq i8 ately foi his mistress, a iet bulldog A farm ten miles from town On ' masked burglars from, nuuf aqj jsaj hbav u sbay ajaq aSpjjq prevented ,two home of Charles Stang. plundering the a hard road is nearer than a farm muo uj sujsnoo aqj oj jajjaj a'huibj b ' pan 'qSpis b jaq;ou at Elramn. uear here. Both of the five miles from town on a soft ni 2a,A, Jod aqj ,o bar men were badly bitten about the leg3 a o, j I - Bo3 ptre 8UI00 JBIO. 'MOU9 to auqns aqj usa. jou mouji Xaqj, ujqapis si ji Jtuim uiqS$3i3 aqi jj jo sqSjajs aq nmm jatiSjais poi aqj ji "HDlinS AO asVHOHQd 3HJ. KO OJ :asjaA sjqj pajnqjj; sa"hm the section in the extreme southeastern part of the state there are scores of shooting clube, many of them owned by New Yorit men who make this section their headquarters for weeks at a time during, the duck season. It is not at this clas of sportsmen that the new laws "will" be aimed, but at pothunters and others' who are depleting the game supply fbr market purposes. Mr. Brewster exhibited a pothnnt-er'-s gun which was captured between Washington and Alexandria. It is eight feet six inches long, with a one and inch bore, and weighs more than .100 pounds. The gun used half a pound of giant powder and one and--a half pounds of double B shot This charge was in the gun when It waa captured. The man from whom tha gun was taken. Mr. Brewster said, was fined $30 for having the gun in his possession. Mr. Brewster delivered an address and declared that the case was ona that required immediate attention. Ha said: Unless steps are taken for the prevention of the wholesale slaughter of wild game and its shipment from tha state Virginia will soon be deprived of one of her greatest resources. Gams killed in violation of your state law . which, by the way, are most atrocious; is exposed for sale in markets every day, and yet nothing is done to prevent It I saw trapped ducks offered for sale right here game killed In violation of both your state laws and federal statutes. "The, only way that game laws caa 'be effectively enforced is by the employment of a game warden system, and I shall strongly advocate at every opportunity the adoption of this system in Virginia. It is impossible to enforce your present laws because yoa cannot get a local warden to testify against his neighbor. Virginia is ona of four states that have not adopted the game warden system, and whe one considers that Virginia once waa the most prolific producer of all sort of wild game this statement becomes more astounding. The wild turkey that once were plentiful have nearly all been killed off. The Virginia deer, famous all over the country in its day, has become little more than a memory. What has happened to the wild turkeys and the deer will happen to the pheasants, partridges and some of the other species. The slaughter of wild dncks by pot and market hunters continues under the archaic laws of The federal government is doing everything possible to aid in the--' preservation of game and is interested in Virginia because here is offered a great opportunity to see th enforcement of the federal laws." Bwamp and along five-eighths you-stat- e. BULLDOG BALKS BURGLARS. , I -- -- road. Good roads will increase health fering and giving to ail comers. Bargains in afl Lines of goods ill send Dry Quods, Clo:hing ff.ndShow. xo 'u Dr. James Triplett DENTIST OVBR PATJJLL DRUG CO. r Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 20. OFFICE: PHONE happiness, education, morality. civilization and prosper-- : wealth, ity. Good roads will decrease igno- ; i any point, by Pareels Post prepaid. ;an be rt- - Any goods not satisfactory Si omach turned by Parcel Post, if in sevenfday af tec sent out h ins ''! ranee, poverty, discouragement, back taxes, sheriff's sales ancl ung jjjoa a3M ,,'jojjb j.noAV A"ajBjjao aqg crouches. uanntp q pau s32 aqs ji,. jaqno'i All talk and no work will not papps ..'am oj ijajsni b aq uiav ;i .. josjoo nv sum. it doqs make good roads. ('8qjfiOSuj;ntod ,sJnoq oai joj aoaq . j and the dog sustained severe injuries-ihis desperate dpfense of Mrs. Stanj whom th( burglars had bound. and gagged. " Although the raaraaders finally overrsAionoj sb ubj asjdA jsjg aqi' 'asua came the animal, the noise made mnao aq? In the conflict reached the ears of 'aoa PJUS oms ;o maod sojhojS aqj sbav ji pjcs atnog neighbors, and the burglars were forcsjapcoj uoracnoo pnc sopuo qjoq ed to flee before they were able to paizznd qDjqiv ,ctnqBJd,. paiiBD raaod pack up the articles they had gathb psq uosaama opibai qdiBiqjnopj ered. When rescued Mrs. Stang waa un"jaHBjais pue jxbis conscious, but later revived. tqaj s cq peaaddnq jj ja)aAv juqj, ajuSB uaru pub ssBd pirc dean j cXcn 3jqns sqi ubxl jou Motuf aqj, aiTqs si sq Jjujqj apqs ac ;j jq satjis oq fum jsXbis paJ 3lfJ JI ' -- WIFE SHARES SIGNATURE. rnq ajeqj uj s.aqg auopisajd-xa na.u ajjnb s.aqs,, I and Indigestion caused me great distress for two years. I tried many things for relief , but trot little help, till at last I found it in the best pills or medicine I erer tried DR. KING'S Woodsan Lewis t NewLifePills - C. E. Hatfield. Guyaa, W. Va., 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL IRUMISTS. J.. til- fill ..samcpBtn pay 'qilM op oj juqAi M.OVOI no auqj siJupimou ajnsp ejotn 3ABq no 'anmg 'iPAit. :paJinbuj A All persons having claims against Aqjasscd aqj 'aScpjeo aqj 3unjDE0Jddv the estate of W. A. Helm, deceased, abqi uns sua ?oqnoq 'urcSo ssud oq are hereby notlhea to present same to ' pauaaacq puajjj aq jajBi &moq oav? me, properly proven, as required by ojjnt) spjBAainoq aq no aSBtUBD stq pasas uapjsajd-x- a aqj aibs puajjj law, at my residence in the town of oj aooujajjB jaqo aqj; aqnoi pj ;a Columbia, Ky., on or before the first aI PlJ Snpq sj io;s rrudBO y 1914. day of September, AjojaAjH 9sjs0 qnn auiH J. Barger, Notice. aqj peoqoa 3aqnoi arapi.. -- -- BJ-ra- -- 35-3- t. .F. Admr. f Check Signed by Woman With Husband's Name Is Not Forgery. Denver. That a wife does not com; mit forgery by signing her husband's name to a check on money in a bank, though the money is In the bus- band's name, was the decision of Judg George W. Allen In the action of Mrs. Ada Wright for divorce against I. i Carlson Wright in the district court Warrants sworn out for the arrest of .Mrs. Wright were dismissed. Mrs. Wright asserted that she and the children were in need and that hoc signed her husband's name to twK checks for $25 each. Mr. Wright repudiated, bit) wife's authority, to'siga nl;. jMsa.- - , - J V "' ! 3fJ- -- v F . .1 V f 8 A h i - ?j v- - . I 1 " W J HECAJClAtR COUNTY NEWS,. H? n. j s. i. i i :J,; ' S -I to the Union. . The representatives of the Tonkawas, Wacos, tt tHiram-Murre- ll died at his home Caddos, Anadarkos, Keeche' s xi Grind' Prtirie,"- Texas, June Tawakonys, Wichtftas and DelaY wares made a treaty of alliance 2$ J914, of stomach trouble. He was the second .son of Jesse with the Confederate States, Au land; Clarissa Murrell, born Jan., gust 12, 1861. After many battles, invasions 17, 1836, near Clear Spring thurch, in Adair county, Ken- and depredation, in which every natioa and tribe suffered, hostil-itie- s tucky. r;v-- . v ceased on or about the 6th In early manhood, under 'the ministry of Rev. Pariah, of the of July. 1865. War, as touching the pople of Cumberland Presbyterian church ie embraced religion, at Pleas- Indian Territory, was most disant Hill church, and early after- astrous, Feud, factions weakenwards united with the M. E. ed government and lawlessness Church South, the church of his flourished for many years therechoice, in which communion he after. The Chic kasaws and U Choctaws, having been almo3t Jived the remainder of his life. September 2, 1858, he ivas unanimous in support of the Conmarried to Miss Nannie S Rich- federacy, did not suffer from ardson, daughter of 'Squire Dan- bitter internal strife as did their iel Richardson, of that county. divided brothers, the Creeks and To the union was born six sons Cherokees. After the Civil War and three daughters. Four sons, the breaking up of the regular army was marked by many comthree daughters, 13 grand one brother and six sisters panies and regiments of Federal survive him. All his children troops being transferred to Forts except one 3on in Tennessee, at- Arbuckle and Cobb, of the and other forts. This tended his funeral. The services were held Sun- was to hold in 'check the wild day, June 28th, by his pastor, tribes of the Plains. For severRev. Doak his former pas- al years after 1865 these tribes tor and Presiding Elder. Musia gave settlers and troops constant fection, the animals sicken with trcuole. In' 1867, in the treaty characteristic symptoms and on by the choir. reveal characteristic He was buried at 11 a. m., in ot Medicine Lodge Kansas.these lessons of hog cholera. Oak Cliff cemetery, Oak Cliff," Indians were led to accept homes The most reliable means of Texas, by the side of his wife, in western Oklahoma. Along the Saline and Solomon protecting hogs against hog who preceded him to the grave-siyears and three months.' rivers in Kansas, a band of Chey-enne- s cholera is in the ijse of anti-ho- g in August, 186S, fell upon cholera serum atftie proper time. Many beautiful floral tributes rested upon the graves of him the settlers and made bloody end Farmers are frequently not and his wife, as the auto's turn- of many. General Phil Sheridan aware of the protection the State ed away bearing his loved ones federal cavalry, hero of the late offers in such instances, and not to- their homes. Triumphant, he war, determined to punish these infrequently we have received tribes severely. Gen. Ouster led communications indicating that trossed the dark river. his forces into the valley of the the serum treatment is not unE. M. m Washita, and in November 1868 derstood, i Wars Influencing Oklahoma. fellmpon Black Kettle and his The loss so close to two million Comanche and Kiowa allies ana dollars in Kentucky last year In times of peace homes are almost swept them out of exist- from this disease warrants a careful study of thisdisease by every developed, churches and schools ence.' This was the la3t time all the farmer. In order to talk to all . flourish, and the great pursuita-agricultu- re, parties interested in this subject, manufacture, com- tribes joined in a war against a demonstration will be given merce and mining-gro- w and the whites in this Indian counevery Monday morning at the prosper. In war, all these lan- try. Kentucky Experiment Station, guish, if they are not utterly de-stroyed. Sc, in this narrative, Hog Cholera Prevalent in Ken Lexington, for those who wish to familiarize themselves with the tucky. but little space will be given to use of hog cholera serum. - to the wars affecting Oklahoma ' Hog cholera &? .is fvery prevalent - So heavy have the9 demands history. throughout the' State of KenIn 1833, hostilities arose be- tucky, especially in those coun- for the serum been that equi p tween the Osages and Kiowas. ties most devoted to hog raising. ment and buildings have been erected to triple the capacity of These took place in the present Every farmer should employ the the laboratory. An earnest efKmits of Kiowa county, A lew best possible methods to avoid men and many women ai.d chil- the ravages of the disease. Sani- fort is being made by j;he Kentucky Agricultural Experiment dren were killed. The Kiowas tary measures are of the great- Station to completely eradicate and Comanches engaged in raids est importance and often, if this disease. With effective and attacks on the settlers al6ng properiy carried out, are sufficient regulations controlling infected ihe Santa Fe Trail in li&6 '47. to avoid an outbreak of hog herds and premises, together The Kiowas, with many Chey-enne- cholera. with the hearty of Arapahoes,03age, Apaches It is true that the disease is the farmers, this can be accomof the Plains, and Comanches most prevalent in herds that are plished. Write for literature on attempted to exterminate the improperly nourished, but hog this subject. the reservation Indians, the Sac cholera is a specific disease Robert Graham, s, and Fox, Delawares and caused by a specific In charge Bidlogical LaboratoKansas- - in 1854. A Attention and care do not ry, Kentucky Agricultural ExBloody Jaattle, near Smoky Hill,' of themselves insure protection I periment Station, Lexington.Ky. H?nsas ensued, in wjiich against the disease. Once pres and allies were defeated ent in the herd it spreads "to the Surprising Cure of Stomach Trouble In 1858, the Comanches wereJ. healthy, animals and results in When you have ptouble wit.h your attacked by United States troops death of 70 to 100 per cent of stomach oi chronic1eonstipatiourdon?t; when approaching the Wichita the individuals. , The weakened imagine that your ca$eis beyond help village on a peace mission. hog will more certainly die, and just because that your tioctor fails to Through this serious mistake perfect surroundings and man- give you relief. Mrs. G. Stengla, Piain-tielN. J., writes: "For over a month many Comanches were killed and agement arev to be desired, but past I have been troubled with my the corps of the- peaceful Wich-ita- s this does not confer a positive stomach Everything I ate upset it were This took immunity. All infectious dis- terribly. One of Chamberlain's adplacf on Rush vGreek, in Grady eases require a specific anti- vertising booklets came to me. After oounty,near .where Rush Springs toxin to counteract ; the specific reading a few. of the letters from people who had been cured by Chamberg toxin; that is isnow ' cholera lain's Tablets,.I decided to try them and Choctaws serum is not efficient in controll- I have taken nearly &iree fourths of a -1 can wiri practically united iri their ing lock jaw. Mere health does package oi tnem ana-V'SKM now eatjj stand for the Confederacy. The not of itself insure, the presence almost e'verythincj tbat jfawant'if JTo or the development of a specific 3ale by all dealers and Paull Drug Co. Cherokees arid Creeks were .A4 infectious isease. L in their views as to loyalty It ha been observed in It is the opinion of moat writers The Adair County New one n the question that, a majority many herds under perfect cart. year-on,. dollar. .V ... . -Cherokees remained loyal that, ota, exposure to specific in-.-,j 'f-thTribute. . Atfenti on! jT . RICHARD P. ERNST FOR SENATOR CANDIDATE SUCCESSFUL LAWYER AND BUSINESS MAN OF HIGH STANDING. VOTE FOR NATIVE OF' OLD KENTUCKY ROLLIN HURT, v Graduate of "Old Centre" College, Elder In Presbyterian Church, President Y. M. C. A., and Largely Interested in Educational and Industrial Work Throughout the State. ITS of Adair County,- - Democratic Candidate I ! He received his primary, education in the schools at Covington and afterward graduated from "Old Cent-e- " College at Danville, with the Class of '78, winning the valedictory honors of his class. Later he graduated from the Law School of the University of Csu- - Covington, Ky. (Special.) Richard P Ernst, who is a candidate for the Republican nomination for United States Senator, is a native Kentuckian, having been born in Covington in 1858, where he has lived all of his life, and where his parents lived. chiJ-ire- n, for Judge of the Court of Appeals, at the Wash-ita.vall- ey Primary Election, August 1st. Money In Swine. Swine raisinjrls one way to utilize the surplus rain and the waste acres is uiisture. Swine .Consume an enormous n mount of fo(5dt but, they make rapid vain, usually mature quickly s rouipared to 'other animals and are inning ihat class jf animals that the species rapidly.. Money in swine should bring dividends sooner, as a rule, than when invested hi cattle or sheep. Every farm should bavt' enough swine to supply the manner's family with perk and bacon. ''arm and Ranch. REFUNDED THE SURPLUS. Financial Scheme That Carried a Surprise With It. A story about some members of an Epworth league in Brooklyn has been suppressed up to now, but "murder will A post-morte- m -- -- x - HELPFUL HINTS FOR HOUSEWIVES Doorbell .That Rings When Knob Is Turned. w5? PilMW L The young ladies of the league decided to give au entertainment and reception. The entertainment was bound to cost a little money for music and Incidentals, but it had to be given as an accompaniment of the reception at which a visiting pastor, who at one time had been rector of the church, was to be a guest of honor. A subscription to defray the expense was siartea. it met witn a very generous response and some large individual contributions. When the entertainment and reception were finish i ed the committee of young ladies who had the finances in charge began reckoning up. They found that they were $180 to the good after all bills bad been paid. "We'll just divide the $1S0 up and send it back to those who contribut- j. saia one young committee woman. "That's just what we'll do. and we'll do it right away." said another finan-- ( cier of the committee. So the money was divided and re-- ' j turned. The committee plumed itselt ' it had shown some of the mere men i folk that it knew how to conduct au enterprise successfully. They met a grim old deacon on the street next j day aud accosted him for a compli-men- t on their success. tiT t. uobi ypuaoinK we deserve con gratulation- - running an entertain ment. paying expenses and returning money?" they asked. T certainly congratulate you. It is I contributed $5. and I wonderful. got back $S. Marvelous how you did it!" The girls had divided the surplus evenly. New York Sun. ; out" s, on Potta-watomie- micro-organis- -- the-Kiowa- s d, - anV.i-ho- JThe-Ghlekasa- - di-yid- ed anti-bodyfara- ny -d- - " " e "ejggg-'besk- n e . t- - u ., -f &-'- ; Ci" a. ? -- j. lu a new invention which has been Luck and Labor. Luck lies in bed and wishes the postrecently patented the act of turning the knob will ring a bell which is lo man would bring bim tbeauews of a cated on the back of the door, This,?legaey; labor turns out at 6 o'clock i onrl tjtjvu dispenses with the uncertainty of thej ' ..uu nrlfl. usj ieu ur nuijmg nammer lays the foundation of a competence. electric ueii, wuicu must be given more or less attention from time to time to maintain it In operating order. Only a Misunderstanding. The external appearance of the knob Several years ago in a well known is exactly the same as any other, but wholesale, house in a big manufacturinside there is a curved segment so-- ' ing! town an Id bachelor bookkeeper, cured to the shank of the knob: As who had' beqp many years with the this Is moved back and forth in the firm, suddenly announced that he was movement of the knob a lever which to be married. operates the bell is agitated and causes The partners gave him a week's boll-daand his fellow clerks raised a litthe bell to ring. tle purse and presented it to pay the expenses of his weddiug trip. Mincemeat. A couple of days after tlie wedding Boil three pounds of lean boneless one of the members of the firm went meat and when cold put through food chopper. Then add four quarts chop down to a seaside resort, and there, ped apples, one quart of ground Vaitt lounging about the parade and annar- two pints? of fruit juice, cherry or ently enjoying himself immensely, he strawberry are the best; one pound of saw his recently married old bookcurrants, one and one-ha-lf pounds of keeper, but alouu. "Where's your wife?" asked the prinseeded raisins cut in halves. The juice cipal. of four lemons, peelings of three or "She's at home," was the reply. anges, which have been through food "But I h chopper; of a citron cut you for athought you had money given wedding trip'r" fine, one tablespoonful of cinnamon, "So I had." was the reply, "but 1 one-haf tablespoonful of allspice, didn't understand tablespoonful of cloves, one and ed to include her." that It was intendPearson's Weekly. one-hapints of weak rinegar, and then add enough browo sugar to suit Rose to the Occasion.. the taste. v ' "Stuffy- - Davis, who roseufirqm drat ' matic critic to being a circus press Maple Waffle igent and then descended to writing Vermont maple waffle, are delicious whenrServgd nicely butted and piping fiction, came into a Broadway hotel kot fceiPjuike them. soften one cupful .withfour days growth of whiskers on ctfeeks. of finely .Saved maple wugar in three his "Why donyou shave?" a friend at cupfuls-o- f milk. Sift ne quart of flour with three teaspoou!a of bakim: the next table called out "I wouW if 1 had a razor," Stuffy powder and one saltsjxwnful of salt then rub inonetab!.e9fe00nful of sof "THe "friend produced a safety razor tened butter." Beat tb yolks of fou eW?tiittgtttben a4d the milk ami trom his pocket and sent it over by a ralter. , Bttgar-iUH- l stir graduaMy into "Bring' me .a charlotte russe.". direct- best tbreug&ly, fold te the whites, of aVOt&eunabsbed Davis,, and shayefl stlff aa dry andbeaf agakC Bfck in well jptfeased and. besV rijit'tRefe.-New'Y- ork AyprW. e.sraSe:troas.-Rui.NeYorker. l..l. Richard P. Ernst. cinnati, in a class of which William H. Taft was a member. Shortly aftar com- pleting his studies he married Miss ' Susan Brent, granddaughter of Chas. urent, wno was ior many years a prominent citizen of Paris, Ky. They have two children,, one son and one daughter, now grown. Mr. Ernst, because of his splendid business ability and attractive personality1, early in life became prominently identified with the business interests of Northern Kentucky, and through tii3 Covington and Cincinnati law offices has attained great success in his profession. g Republican. Politically Mr. Ernst has been a lifelong .Republican. For many years he has devoted both his time and his means to a very liberal degree for the success of He was for many years" a member of the State Central Committee, ivas its chairman when the party achieved its most notable triumphs in the state, has been delegate to several national conventions, and In many other ways has served his party, often at great personal sacrifice. He has been able to maintain terras, of friendship with all elements and; factions in his party, and if nominated will receive the support of Republicans and independents without regard to any former personal prejudices or factional differences. Interested in Church and School. Mr. Ernst Is a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Covingtcn, and an era-e- in that congregation. For many years he has been President of the Covington Young Men's Christian Association, which is one of the most successful and widely popular institutions of Its Kind in the country, as it appeals to boys of all denominations. Mr. Ernst retains a wide interest in educational affairs. He is not onlv a ' member of the Board of Trustees of his alma mater, "Old Centre but is also a trustee of the Western Colic-'for Women, at Oxford. O., andJPH a trustee of Lane Seminary, at flincin- rri"ti, one of the oldest schools of the ology in tne united staies. in tnis connection he lias Deen very liberal In offering prizes to stimulate the student and is usually responsible for the schooling of at least one young man ev,ery year. He also takes an active personal interest in all local charitaMe 1 I Life-Lon- his-part- r o institutions. t. Strong With .Workipgmen. 'yMr.Ernst has' always Tiad many warm friends among the working boys of Covington, and enjoys great popularity with them- - He has always aided them in their troubles, and has been a very influential factor In his work .of making their relations with fthe.b; employers pleasant and profit identi-fie(dVwith one-fourt- lf one-hal- lf able. Air. .Ernst s canamacy win appeal strongly to the business men of Kentucky. Successful himself and men who have succeeded in commercial and prbfessional life, he" oilers his services to the Btate at a d detime when there is a business men to mand for high-clas- s and to offer to take a part in.Jpoliti-C3the sts.tud.ie.jfcuptry. thatde-.gre- e jof business" Skill and experience , wide-sprear i wfiicni'sJ so- nePesSaTyto ''success 4k private life. Mr. Ernst, if nominated and elected, will take to, his Senatorial -- office hU - only a. d. the-flou- r: viewpoint which willenaDle him at all times to the best interest K UW farmer, thBaaufacfturer IFmay je stated is 'a that Mr Ernst, h his pJb'Utki management, has always treated ia Democratic opponents with sseh a spirit of fairaess aad cpurteoucomir eratjoa that he has the confidence aa&i reJpecVpf members oMaat party, t a 08fr'uausal decree. -. a4-teTc-sutn-- experiencje,Jj)t giat ntraina&yJ&Mtio&' dev praccif taet w AftvertifiCTnefel-- . V - : i s Y X