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Two or three weeks ago a notice appeared in this paper in which was stated that John Rogers had purchased some goods from W. I Ingram, one of our merchant?, and gave a check on the Greensburg Deposit Bank for the amount purchased, being $11.50. Since the above notice appeared we find that tlere is another John Rogers, Who lives in this COUnt.v. n. iron M em n of honor, honest and dependable un der and all circumstances and fearingi that the aforesaid notice might have led some one to believe that the lat ter was the one who gave the worthless check, we cheerfully call the attention of our readers to the difference in the men. The John Rogers who gave the check is a young married man and lives on Butler's Fork, of Russell Creek, ' while the latter. Mr. John H. Rogers, lives on Sulphur Fork. GONE TO REST Resolutions: You DM.iL Who started the vile lie upon its A HEAVY LOSS. De- Personals. Misses Ora and Mallie Moss, of Gradyville, visited their many friends in Columbia last week. Columbia, Ky June 8th, 1914. Mrs. Mollie Hancock, Who Was the The special com mi tee on education, Beloved Wife of Judge Junius appointed at the District Conference, report the following: Hancock, Crosses to the The Columbia district is to be congratulated on tlie fact that the LouisOther Side. ville Conference has founded the Training School in its FUNERAL SERVICES LARGELY ATTENDED bouuds the profits of which cannot be fully estimated and whereas the Last Tuesday forenoon, at 10;30 past year has been the most satisfacLind-sey-Wilson wa? Why, you did! You heartless assassin of reputations! You chanced upon the sweet morsel of untruth. You rolled Campbellsvilie Visited by a it around under your tongue,cunningly embellished it and then passed it on to some wretch as heartless and depraved as yourself, who added a quoto of lies and dealt it out to an ever widening circle of thoughtless fools who did their duty as they saw it. You o'clock, one of Columbia's most lov-- a tory in its history: much-raker- ! You creature of the We believe tiie entire district with slime, you were able women, one who was devoted the very center of this wife and an affectionate mother Mrs full consciousness of its importance concentric circles of slander that have Mollie Hancock, wife of Judge Junius should rally to its support with liberal widened and enlarged until they have Hancock, gazed upon her loved ones contributions for its enlargement and reached remote cities and towns. for the last time upon earth, closed with united effort to secure the largest Why did you do it? This is why, Beher eyes and calmly met her God. She possible patronage. cause you are a favorite child of the We call special attention to the fact was a daughter of George and Bettie Devil, a Prince of Liars, and you wish Watson Damron, and was born and chat the Conference Board or Educa- to convince people that others are reared on Green river in Adair coun- tion has undertaken to build a large j ust as bad as you Had you not passed ty, and was 55 years, 11 months and 15 and commodious Boys' Dormitory, a that lie on, you would have choked. brick and stone building, If you had not retouched it and colordays old. "When quite a young woman three-storwith modern conveniences, and with ed it, you would have died of jaundice. she was married to Mr. Junius Hanother improvements at a cost of over You are a member of the church and cock, and shortly after their union residents of Columbia where they fourteen thousand dollars; and note you are always ready to fly into the lived happily until God saw tit to re- - with pleasure that the citizens of Co- face of anyone who says aught against move the wife and mother to a better lumbia have subscribed over two your belief, but the spirit of Christ and purer world. When quite a girl thousand dollars of this amount has never entered your heart nor the the deceased made a profession of her Resolved, therefore; First, that the sermon on the Mount addressed itself faith in the lowly Nazarine, uuited district pledge a renewed interest in to your understanding. with the Christian Church and was the School and we hereby pledge ourIf your remarks could have been an active member until the final dis selves, pastors and laymen, to take confined to those who know you they solution. It was here that her chil- collections and subscriptions to assist would not have hurt so much, for dren were born and reared, the living in paying for this building. what you say about your acquaintances Resolved: Second, that the pastors cannot ones being W. F. Hancock, Mrs Geo. be worse than what your famW. Lowe, Mr. S. N. Hancock, Mrs. be reauested to read tin's report to ily says about you But remarks can-W. M. Wilson, Mr. Geo W. Hancock, their congregations and to take col- t not be confined to circumscribed lim and Mr. Henry Hancock, all of whom lections in cash and subscriptions to its. and their father were with her when be xeported at the earliest possible A young girl takes a position as a time the summons came. stenogiapher. Who smirched her repIs there anything more trying for a Resolved; Third, That a suitable utation? You, you harpy! If you did husband, sons and daughters to bear frame be provided by the L. W. T. S., not do it with a blatant lie you did it than to breathlessly watch at the bed- for the preservation of the names and with a shrug of the shoulder or a toss side of a loving companion and a most amounts contributed by each individ- of the head. Why did you do it? She affectionate mother as her life is rap- ual church in the district. is better than you. She is ) R. B. Moss, idly passing into the beyond? But independent, clear eyed, r xi. i- xauiuum, when those who have been so sorely ) thoughtful, chaste. And you? You Com. G. W- - Dillon, bereft take into consideration the deJ P. Smith, are a slattern evil minded shrew, deI voted Christian walk of their dear one, Rev J. L. Piercy. ) ignopendent upon some and remembering the promises to the. ramus for your victuals and clothes. faithful, they should console them- -' Notice. The above article was selected, but selves, knowing that companion and is It not a true picture of some s'imy mother is now with Wallace and litmen? tle Nell, and if they continue to walk If you want first class work done in the straight and narrow path which ! ca'l at J M Kearnes Machine and Prisoners Freed. leads to the celestial city, after awhile Repair Shop. He has hired him a they will all be together in that first class Blacksmith to assist him The following item appeared in the heavenly home where there is neither I in work- - Give them a call. 394t. Courier Journal a few days ago: sorrow nor separation. To take the insolvent debtors' oath This town where Mrs. Hancock spent A Quiet Wedding. Jasper Bunch and William Dix, both so many years of her life, where he of Columbia, Ky., were brought to was the friend of every body and where every body respected her for her many On Monday evening, the 20th inst., Louisville yesterday from the jail in Christian virtues, keenly feels the loss. Mr. Veston nolt and Miss Emma Elilzabethtown, by Duputy United For years her husband conducted a Bragg, both of Jamestown, were mar- States Marshal J. R. Howell. Each hotel in this place, and the writer has ried at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. was sentenced to thirty days impristraveler, with W. E. McCandless, this city, Rev. 0 onment and fined $100 on a charge of often seen the foot-sor- e j P- - Bush, pastor of the Baptist Church, bootlegging. They served the jail out means, standing at the cook-roodoor, but he never left without hav- otliciatiner. Only close relatives wit sentence in the Hardin county jail. ing his hunger appeased, this good nessed the ceremony. The bride was After taking the oath they were rewoman being ever ready to hand out reared near Gradyville; this county, leased. a plate of victuals. She possessed a but for sometime she has been makRev. Chesterfield Turner will be most lovable disposition, never denied ing her home with a sister Mrs. WalMrs. ordained a minister in the Baptist Jamestown. when they ter McKinney, her children and was happy They have lost their McCandless, this place, is also a sis- Church the second Sunday in August. were pleased. dearest friend, but by following the ter. The groom is a son of the late The name of the minister who will precepts of the Book of Books they A. H. Holt, who conducted a hotel in have charge of the ordination services will be given later. Rev. Turner has will aeain see her face, for we are Jamestown during his lifetime. The couple have many friends in been authorized to preach for some taught that we shall know as we were their home town, all of whom extend time, but he has not been ordained. known. This service over, Rev. Turner will be May the Giver of all that is good their best wishes. in position to perform the ordinance comfort the husband, the children and the sister, Miss Sallie Damron, who Mr. W. E, Bradshaw, who has been of Baptism and to administer the had not been separated from the de- a very efficient bookkeeper for the Lord's supper. The .services will be ceased, the two dearly loving one Cumberland Grocery Company, Burn-sid- held at the Presbyterian church. Ky., was here last Thursday and another, since their girlhood dajs. Mr. Carson Falkenburg, who was in informed the News, that he would go The funeral services were conductinto the milling business at McKin- Columbia last Thursday, informed the ed at the Christian church "WednesMr. News that the work of grading and day afternoon by her pastor, Eld. Z ney, Ky., in a very few days. Bradshaw is a son of Mr. G. A. Brad- rocking the public square at JamesT. Williams who paid a touching tribute to the memory of the departed in shaw, who lives at Montpelier, and he town had commenced. He also stated the presence of a very large congrega- was born and reared in Adair county. that the property holders of the town tion. Other local ministers were pres- His many friends throughout Adair were considering concreting in front wish him success in his new venture. of ther residences. This would be a ent and assisted. were He is a young man of good business move in the right direction. It would Services over, the remains bourne to the city cemetery and there qualifications, popular with his ac- not onlj make the homes more invitdeposited to await the resurrection quaintances, hence there is no reason ing, but would increase their value. why he should not succeed. The style morn. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ingram have of the milling firm will be McKinney There were many floral designs, home grown, the only kind the de Milling Co. J. D. Yaughan will be removed from Columbia to their farm, one mile from town, which Mr. In President and H. F. Martin ceased desired to be used. Mr. Bradshaw Secretary gram recently purchased of the Garri son Bros., located on Russell Spsings Christian Unity was manifested in and Treasurer. Roads. The Garrison family have reColumbia last Wednesday night, when All parties who have claims against moved to Columbia and are occupy representatives of all the denominations of the town met in the Metho- the estate of Mrs. Fannie Walker, de- ing the residence vacated by Mr. Indist church in the capacity of a union ceased, are requested to present the gram. prayer meeting. There were a num- same in proper form to R. F. Paull, t. Rev. O. P. Bush is assisting Rev. ber of interesting talks and the true Administrator. c C. Turner in a series of meetings now spirit of Christianity seemed to permeate the whole congregation. We R. K. Young sold to Milt Smith, of in progress at Friendship church, believe that such meetings are calcu- Burkesville, 1 yearling Shetland pony Taylor county. The series will conlated to do much good, and if union for 890.00. One six year old Shetland tinue ten days or two weeks The gatherings were held oftener in our pony for $125.00. Mr. Young still has people of the neighborhood are invitopinion they would be largely attend-- J six more beautiful spotted onesou ed to attend the meetings. his farm 1J miles from town. eaateacn meeting. && Garrison Bros, have removecLtheir A large party of young people, living stock of goods from, the West corner Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Myers gave a large party of young people a trip to out of town and in town, met at the of the square to the brick buijding in of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Rowe last the north-eas- t corner of the square, Griffin Springs last "Wednesday in their home Tuestay evening. It was a happy oc owned by Mr. J. T. Page and formerTheir kindness was automobiles. highly appreciated, the trip being casion, one that will not soon be for- ly occupied by Mr. Henry Ingram. was given in honor of Miss most delightful. The party carried gotten. It Creel NelL This is the last issue of the , News refreshments and dined on the lawn. before the primary, and again we urge Hon. Rollin Hurt's friends in all the all Democrats in this Appellate disRubber Tires Pub On and Guaran- adjacent counties are earnestly retrict to go to the polls and, vpte -- foe '' Gtofi: Bros. teed. quested to be at the polls next Satur- Judge Rollin "Hurt. 'Stamp in .the , 24-t- f day and vote.for him. cross opposite1 his name." .. y he-caself-sustainin- structive Fire, and a Number of Business Houses Go Up In' Flames. WATER BRIGADE DID WHAT IT COULD. Flowers, Gradyville, visited here a day or two of last week. Mr. Herbert Smith and Miss Mai-l- ie Moss: Mr. Ernest Harris and Miss Creel Nell spent last Wednesday at Russell Springs. Mr. and Mrs. D. Ward Denton, Pic nic, were shopping in Columbia last Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Jo Russell and their two sons, Jo Jr., and Daniel Duncan. spent a portion of last week at Grif fin Springs. Mr. Geo. F. Stults made a business trip to Louisville last week. Mrs. L. C. Blair, Glensfork, met her Miss Mollie -t one-galluse- d m -- J e, Our neighboring town, Campbellsvilie, sustained another great Joss by fire last Tuesday night, and the people of Columbia are in sympathy with the losers. An eye witness states ,that at one time it looked like the whole of Main street was doomed to destruction. J. T. Gowdy 's livery stable, W. I. Meader's residence "and the Methodist church had a close call. A dispatch from Campbellsvilie gives the following account of the confla gration. Tuning, Regulating and repairing Fire, which broke out shortly after pianos and organs. First-clas- s work,. 11 o'clock last night and burned for 39-tJ. W. Hicks, Columbia, Ky. about four hours, destroyed a large part of the business section of CampDoings of the Lightning. bellsvilie, causing a loss of between $70,000 and $80,000. The chief loser by the flames is G. Last Sunday afternoon while a H. Gowdy, one of the wealthiest citi- heavy rain was falling over the coun zens of Campbellsvilie, who owned ty, lightning struck a large barn on nearly all the buildings destroyed and the farm of Mr. Brack Massie, setting who had no insurance. it on fire. There were about thirty The buildings burned included D. barrels of corn, quite a lot of hay, farm B. Edwards' grocery, the Campbells- machinery besides the barn, destroyed. vilie Motor Garage, Hodgens' barber No insurance on the barn, but a small shop, D. J. Skaggs' grocery; T. E. amount on the feed. Killed a horse Hoskins, dry goods; the Campbellsvilie for Alex Bohannon. Telephone Exchange: Hoard & Hall, In this town, Will Dohoney was hardware, and J. Meader's residence. standing in Mr. L. L.Eubank's porch. Some damage was done to other build- He was knocked down, but not hurt. ings. No one was injured, but the Mr. John Bennett, "who is connected scarcity of water made it difficult to with the Adair Spoke Company, was fight the flames. standing at Goff Bros.' livery. He was Campbellsville's new water works also considerably shocked, one of his are now in process of construction, but arms hurting him for sometime after the plant is not near enough to com- the shock. pletion to be used, in connection with a lire. For Sale. The News Journal Campbellsvilie gives the losses, as near a s i t can Sixty-acr- e obtain them, about as follows: farm, on Grady ville road, T. E. Hoskins & Co., loss on build- one and a half miles from Columbia. ing and stock of goods, 510,000; insur- Forty acres in cultivation, tvrenty-fiv- e ance $7,000. acres in meadow. Convenient to town B. J. Skaggs, loss ou goods, about and Graded School. An ideal opporS2,000; insurance $1,000. A new stock tunity for a cheap home. On the of goods has just been received. farm is a reasonably good house, two Tom Hodgen had the good fortune barns and a good well. to have about ail of his furniture, etc., Also in the town of Columbia two removed. ,The bath plant fixtures and cottages, conveniently located. One some articles were burned, but the is a six room building, the other con loss is covered by insurance. taining five rooms. Will make a sacri D. B. Edwards, in whose place was fice for quick sales." also a stock of paints, window glass, Hugh Richardson, etc., belonging to Edwards & Philliips Columbia, Ky. loss about $1,500; insurance on groceries, $600, on paints. $400. Leg BroKen. Hord & Hall, loss on hardware stock and blacksmith shop, about $3,000; Late last Tuesday afternoon, Mr. insurance $2,200. Campbellsvilie Telephone Co., lo- Fred McLean met with a very serious cated over nord & Hall, loss $4,500; accident He was penciling the chimney on the two-stor- y part of his moth insurance $1,000. The Campbellsvilie Motor Car Co , er's residence when the scaffold gave removed its machines and other val- way and Mr. McLean fell to the roof uables, with the exception of about of the ell and from there to the ground. The big bone in his left leg $50 worth of things. The buildings occupied by Tom was broken between the ankle and Hodgen, B. J. Skaggs, Hord & Hall, knee and he was "otherwise injured Campbellsvilie Motor Car Co., and the The distance from where he was at vacant room, known as the Gowdy work to the ground is about twenty Block, was the property of Geo. H. two feet, and had not the ell of the Gowdy and was a total loss to him, as building broke the force of the fall he Garried,no insurance. It is estimat- Mr. McLean would have, in all probaed that his loss will be about $15,000. bility, been fatally hurt. A local physician reduced the fracThe DarKey Wedding ture. , f. 33-tf.1 brother, Mr, W. E. Bradshaw, here last Thursday. Mr. Jas. Richards, of Lebanon, was here a few days ago. Mr. J. O. Haddox, Louisville, was in Columbia last Thursday. Mr. W. M. Lowery, of Science Hill, was here one day the latter part of last week. Miss Roxy Falkenburg, of Jamestown, who was reported dangerously ill last week, has greatly improved. Mr. and Mrs. E P. Harris, of reached the home of Mrs. Harris' father, Mr. W. A. Hindman, last week. They will be in Columbia this week. Cat-lettsbu- rg, Prof. R. R. Moss spent iast week in Clinton county. Prof. Paul Chandler attended the Cumberland county Institute at Burkesville last week. Mrs. Mary E. Robertson, who is a sister of Mr. J. B. Grant, is visiting in the Absher country. She lives in Carroll county, Mo., and this is her years. first visit in thirty-thre- e Mrs. Lewis Wilkerson, who lives near Glenville, has been quite ill for the past week. Mr. J. Mack Frazier, Danville, reached Columbia last Thursday, his family having been here for several weeks. Ark-- , Mrs. J. M. Campbell, Little Rock, mother of Mrs. R. R. Moss, ar- rived last Thursday afternoon. Dr. F. H. Winfrey and wife arrived from Frankfort last Wednesday afternoon and will be' here until after the primary. Mr. E. C. Page and wife, Frank-Valle- y fort, are. at their Cane home until after the primary. i Mr. N. B. Falkenbnr?. of James town, who has been in the real estate business in Texas for a year, was in Columbia last Thursday, en route home. Mr. Guy Breeding and wife, who live at Gainesville, Texas, reached Co- lumbia last Thursday. They came all the way in an automobile, making the trip in twelve days. The trip could have been made much sooner, but they did not come direct. Mr. J W. Mitchell, School Superintendent of Scliools of Russell county, his wife and little daughter, visited in Vice-Preside- 38-3- For Sale. and a good time is assured all. Every body is inI have a stock of goods, store-hous- e vited to attend ""the wedding supper and lots, good residence, barns, etc., just after the wedding. It will be located at Merricac, Taylor county, all Ice Cream down stairs at well watered. Also a farm of 95 acres, of good music. 30 acres in cultivation, 20 acres of new We learn from Mr. J. W. Marshall, ground. Also one farm of 200 acres, Glenville, that Mr. Zach Samuels, who mostly Unimproved, for sale. The storehas been confined to his room for sev- house is a splendid stand to sell goods, eral months, improves very slowly. and the lots are so situated as to make The immediate cause of his confine- them well suited for a person who ment was the result of an accident, wants to handle stock, and sell goods. F. H. Durban, Columbia, Ky., but the injuries received at the time t. or Merrimac, Ky. have .dssappeared, and rheumatism setup. Mr. Samuels' many friends would rejoice to see him out again, as Mr. Jesse Murrell and Miss Flora he is a good neighbor and a fine citi- Hutchison entertained a party of young friends at the home of Mr. and zen. Mrs J. E.Flowers last Thursday night. A full force of brick layers are now Refreshments were served. On the at work on the boy's dormitory at same evening Miss Sallie Coffey Lindsey-Wilso- n and in ten days the throwed open her parlor doors, and a brick work will be completed. Car- happy throng gathered at her home. penters will push the wood, work and finish the building as quickly as posFor Sals. ', sible. off. Is only little more than two weeks It is old-fashion- court-house-Lo- ts 37-4- Columbia the latter part of last week. Mr. Zach Campbell, wife and little son, Elida, New Mexico, are visiting relatives in Adair County. Mr. J. S. Dunham, the old gentleman who has been making his home with Eld Z. T. Williams for several years, has been critically ill for two weeks. Dr. James Triplett and Miss Minnie Triplett and Dr. C. M. Russell were called to Griffin Springs last Tuesday, a message having arrived that Miss Mary Triplett, who was sojourning at the Springs, had taken quite ill. She recovered in a few hours. Misses Jennye McFarland andKatio Murrell and Mr. Herbert Smith spent last Saturday with the Misses Moss, Gradyville. Mis. Jo Rosenfield spent several days of last week at Griffin Springs. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Russell returned . . A mare 6 years old, strictly sound Stevenson & Sandusky have installed oil engine and are now running and safe for ladies and children to a coal their roller mill with that power. drive. Not afraid of autos. W. L. Grady, Gradyville, Ky. They are perfectly delighted with the to oil. t change from wood 38-2- ..." .- '' -' Mrs. Robert Young, who lives near town, met with a very painful acci.(jrray raincoat between Columbia dent one day last week. She was and Bliss. Finder please return to canning .fruit and a glass jar exploited, this-nfflccutting one.orher nanas , very badly: "V x list. ' Sunday morning from a week's sojourn at Griffiin Springs Mrs. Kinnie Murrell and her daughter, Miss Katie Murrell, will leave this (Wednesday) morning for a week's stay at Griffin Springs. Mesdames Geo. E Wilson, Marvin Young, Lena Paull, Lou W. Atkins, H. V. Denver, W. R. Myers, Fred Myers, C. M. Barnett, Jo Rosenfield, Willie B. Hines; Misses Mollie Caldwell, Ora Moss, Jennye McFarland, Margaret Hines, S. R. Marcnm", Katie. Murrell "Messrs. Jo Hurt, Fred Myers and Tom Patteson spent a day at yt Griffin Springs last week. c-- ' " i'lfc S ' "TlFV ' r THE ADAIR J0UNT3T NEWS SfMoting Affray on Rolling Fork. Alter the State .Primary. Must Mark Unused Ballots. Primary Election Officers. In an affray which occurred Just feelow the old Guthrie Mill on the Rolling Fork in Marion county last Friday evening, Clarence Hall was dangerously wounded, and his brother, Walter Had, was painfully wounded, and a young man by the name of Cooley was killed. All were the victims of Cooley.sgun. It seems that the parties, together with aome several more persons, were fishing on the creek, when Walter Hall, in fun, ducked Cooley in the river. This made Cooley xnad and upon reaching the bank of the river he secured his revolver and opened fire upon Walter Hall, but instead shot Clarence Hall twice in the body, once on the right side and once near the heart. Both bullets passed through the body of Clarence flail and hit Walter Hall who Causes of Stomach Troubles. was in direct range of the gun Ledentary habits, lack of out door Cooley was using. After Cooley exercise; insufficient mastication of awakened to the fact of what he food, constipation, a torpid liver, worEiad done, he then turned his re- ry and anxiety, overeating, partaking of food and drink, not suited to your volver upon himself and shot aue and occupation. Correct your himself thromgh the train. habits and take Chamberlain's Tablets and j ou will soon be well again. Stanford Journal. " According to the gossip from Frankfort, immediately after the Senatorial primary on August 1st there' will be a number of announcements for State offices to be voted for next year. Auditor Henry M. Bosworth, Attorney General Jame3 Garnett and Commissi Dner of Agriculture J. W. Newman are expected to be candidates for Governor, Thomas S. Rhea, the present State treasurer, is said to have been looking with eager eyes toward the juicy plums in the Auditor's office and he, it is stated, will certainly be a candidate to succeed Auditor Bosworth, while Claude Terrell, ex speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives, will, it is predicted, become a candi date for Treasurer. Lexington Leader. One of the provisions in the West Columbia. Jas Suddarth. W. B. Patteson, Judges; W. H. Flownew election law is that all bal- ers, Sheriff, John Squires, Clerk. East Columbia. E. F Mullinix, M. lots unused in any election inO. Stevenson, Judges; L. T. Ueat-stead of being burned.as former- Sheriff, J. "R. Garnett, Clerk. , Specia All Notice ly, must be marked by the elec- tion officers with a stamp of certain size and returned to the Keltner. G T. Kemp, Mannie county clerk in each county with Kemp, Judges; Woody Henderson, Sheriff, Lee Vier. Clerk. W. C. Yates, S. M. BakMilltown er, Judges; Albert Mercer, Sheriff, J. a B. Keltner, Clerk. Persons Who Are Behind tion Books the stub of the ballot book. Gradyviile. D. C. Wheeler, W. K. by Akin, Judges; W. L. Fletcher, SherEach ballot must be marked iff, Eugene Nell, Clerk. the word ''unused" that remains Elroy J. T. Kose, ft. L Campbell, after an election. While this Judges; Riley Janes, Sheriff, Finis Strange, Clerk. will require a little more work on Harmony. W. T. Loy, W. H. Hampart of the election officers monds, Judges; S. R. Bryant, Sheriff, the Wesley Turner, clerk. than under the old way, it will Glensfork. Geo E. Powell, John A. prevent a great deal of crooked- Chapman, Judges; Curb Leach, Sheriff. J. K Bennett, Clerk. ness jn elections. The 6est Medicine in the World "My little girl had djseutery very bad I thought she would die. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured her, and I can truthfully say that I think it is the best medicine jn the world," writes Mrs. William Orvis, Clare, Mich. For ale by all dealers and Paull Drug Co. One Year on our SubscripWill have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once White Oaks. S. H. Murreil, W. A. Burton, Judges; S. I. Blair, Sheriff, Luther Brockmau, clerk. The Government Little Cake. Frank Hadley, Pellyr.oii.-- C W. Bryant, fudges; I. L. Hardwick, Sheriff, L C. Cabbell, clerk Ad. Last week, Clarence LeBus, of Fayette county, sold to Jonas of fancy beeves, averaging 1,527 pounds at $8.75 Weil, 18 head a hundred, or $133.55 animal. Mr. LeBus for each also sold to life when he should not specureport to us any omissions or corlate when he can't afford it and rections of dates: Fellow citizens, what is this when he can. From "Pudd'n-hea- d Harrodsburg, July 284 days. Wilson." country? Is it the soil on which Berea, July 293 days. we tread? Is it the gathering of Beautiful Gem. Taylorsville, Aug. days. familiar faces? Is it our luxury Mt. Vernon, Aug. days, and pomp and pride? Nay, more In all the English language, we Leitchfield. Aug. 114 days. than these. Is it power and do not recall a more beautiful gem Perryville, Aug. 123 days. might and majesty alone? No, than the vill of Mrs. Ambrose Vanceburg, Aug 12 4 days. our country is more, far more Clayton, who died here a short Burkesville Aug. 114 days. than all these. The country Hardinsburg, Aug. 184 days. while ago. Whoever can read it which demands our love, our unmoved has indeed a heart of Shepherdsville, Aug. 18 4 courage, our devotion, our heart's stone. Clip it out, and place it days. Ad Similarly, Caruso has his voice and brought the handsome price blood, is more than all these. in your 3crapbook. It is worth Stanford, Aug. 193 days. Our country is the tra a place there: heavily insured, whilst the hands of $8.82 a hundred, or a total of Lawrenceburg, Aug. 19 Children Dying. dition of our mothers; our days. of Paderewski, the great pianist, $5,723.21 for the bunch. "In the name of God, Amen. country is past renown; our counare said to be insured for somebeing of sound mind bequeath ' Elizabethtown. Aug 253 try is present pride and power; I Tt gives one a schock to learn Ultra-violRays Kill Germs. day3. thing like $250,000. Many arto my children all my prayers our country is future hope and i:hat in this country of ours there tists, of course, fnsure their Grayson, Aug. 294 days. salvation. I bequeath destiny; our country is great- for their died last year 3.000.000 children Niagara Falls will have the hands, and not long ago a noted to them all the results of a lifeShelby ville. Aug. 263 days. ness, glory, truth, constitutional ander one year of age, and that municipal ultra-violray scientist, on account of the heavy first toil; I bequeath to them days. Frankfort, Sept. liberty above all, freedom for- time's .shock is made the more painful strain imposed by research work sterilization plant in this counchristian religion, which has the ever! These are the watchwords Alexandria, bept. days. he further learns that at try says the Engineering Record on his eyes, decided to insure been a comfort to me, and I hope under which we fight, and we lleasc one-hal- f of the number Barboursville, Sept. days. Contract negotiations were conhis vision. may be a solace for them. I bewill shout them out till the stars would have lived but for the igTompkinsville, Sept. days. summated June 5 for a queath to them a hope of reunCountless "freak" insurances appear in the sky, in the stormnorance of the parents, and unHodgensville, Sept. days. ion when the partings of life are also have been effected To take installation. iest hourof battle. Edward D. sanitary conditions. Evidently Scottsville, Sept. 10- -3 days. over. Share and share alike may a case in point a certain erstMercury vapor lamps, protrud Baker. there is great need of enlight-snen- t Kentucky State Fair. Louisthey have eternal riches. I besociety beauty, terrified ing ioto channels, through water while and of instruction in hygiville, Sept 146 days. Mark Twain Philosophy. queath to them the wish that lest her nose, which is at once will flow, are to be used. ene. But is not the excessive Horse Cave, Sept. 234 days. they may avoid my errors and her pride and crowning glory, rays from The ultra-violinfant morality that alone dis Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsvilie, When in doubt tell the truth. copy anything that may have should be damaged in a motor these lamps have the power to tresses one. Sept 295 days. accident, has for ten years past kill the bacteria in the water. Noise proves nothing. Often a been worthy. In the name of Jo .it .must be added the furGlasgow, Sept. 304 days. regularly been paying an extravhen who has merely laid an egg God who made me,anu the Christ There will be seven lamps in ther fact that multitudes of chil agant premium in order that she each of five concrete canals, al- cackles as if she had laid an as- who redeemed me, I make this dren are born into the world my last will and testament. Wit- the hall a spring was pressed, may, at least, get some compen-sationif- a though it is estimated that 25 teroid. and part of o.eof the walls "fell lame or otherwise defective men"road-hog- " or un- lamps only will be required to Pity is for the living, envy for ness all ye hostsof Heaven; witin the approved style. tally and physically, and that ness time; witness eternity; You walked down foreseen occurrence mar her handle the capacity of the plant, the dead. into a basethe majority of such children are Signed, sealed and delivered in ment, which at firat sight resembeauty. 16,000,000 gallons daily The spirit of wrath not thei raised amidst surroundings and this my dying hour." bled nothing so much as one of The cost of the canals and words is the sin, and the spirit under conditions that prevent or stops Neuralgia Kills Pain the lower deck on a large liner. Mother. (Signed) We begin of wrath is cursing. $19,-80lamp installations will be retard recovery? Ranged along the walls were Slean's Liniment gives instant reto swear before we can talk. while the city will erect a what appeared t) ba a number Morgan' Fairy Palace. lief from Neumlgia or Sciatica. It rflwTPoop Child Worms? of safes, but they were dcors goes straight to the painful part building and transformers to Let us be thankful for the Fur-- , A. Coated, "Most children do. soothes the nerves and stops athe pain. change the current from alter- fools. But for them the rest. of opening into small rooms, into If you should go through the Tongue; Strong Breath, Stomach It is also good for Rheumatism, Sore ced each of which a particular pornating to direct, at a cost of l. us could not succeed. house o vnedby the late Pierpont tion Pains, Circles under the Eyes; Pale, Throat, Chest Pains and Sprains. You of Mr. Morgan's coilection Man is the' only animal that Morgan in Prince's Gate.London, Sallow Complezion: Nervous, Fretful dout need to rub it penetrates. Mr. had been brought. There were Grinding of teeth. Tossing in Sleep; J. R. Swinger, Louisville, KyM writes: blushes or needs to. you would think you had stepped rooms for English silver, for in'I suffered with quite a severe NeuPeculiar Dreams any one of these I keep on hands a full stock of' "Classic" a book which peo- into some fairy palace. Outside porcelain, and for half a dozen dicate Child has Worms. Get a box ralgic Headache for four mouths with- coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Worm'Killer at once. It out any relief. I used Sloan's Liniof '.Kickapoo Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and Iple praise and don't read. it differed little enough from its other objets d'art. No one who Worms the cause1 of your ment for two or three; nights and I jcills the Prompt service night or two hearses. ' Nothing is so ignorant as a neighbors merely two houses was ever fortunate enough to be .child's condition. Is Laxative and haven't suffered with my head since." day. Residence Phone 29, office to expel the Worms. Sup- Get a bottle today. Keep in the house Phone 98. man's left hand, except a. lady's rolled into one; but its interior shown round by Mr. Morgan Easy for candy form. jxllthe time for pains and all hurts. 45-- yr plied in J. F. Triptet't, suggested nothing so much as himself can forget the, watch. 25. Becommended.by 25c. 50c, and $1.00.,. Recommended ,by Columbia, Ky. Ad, Ad Ad Few of us can istand prosperi- - the fairy palace of Aladdin, , In Paull Drug.Co. .paull Drug Co. d, - For sale by all dealers and Paull Drug Ad same buyer, from his Harrison Surprising Care of Stomach Trouble Co. county farm, 50 head of cattie When you have trouble with your weighing an average of 1,534 Freak insurance. stomach 01 chronic constipation, don't pounds, at $8.50 a hundred, cr imagine that your case is beyond help doctor fails to just because that It has become quite the fash- an average of $130. 39 a head. give you relief Mrs. G. Stengla, Plain-aielMr. LeBus also shipped from N. J., writes: "For over a month ion lately to have some part of tpast I hav been troubled with my the body insured against acci- Fayette 29 head of hogs of his .stomach- Everything I ate upset it dent. An American actress, for own feeding, that averaged 294 erriuly. One of Chamberlain's adpounds a head, which brought vertising booklets came to me. After example, who was recently apreading a few of the letters from peo- pearing at a London theater, in- him $8.15 a hundred, or $23.96 a ple who had been cured by Chamber-Iain'- s sured her eyes, upon whose pow- head He also shipped to the Tablets, I decided to try them" I have taken nearly three fourths of a er of facination she relied very Cincinnati market a bunch of package of them and can now eat largely for her effects, for $30,-00- 0 906 head of lambs of his )vn almost everything that I want."' For raising, that average 72 pounds sale by all dealers and Paull Drug Co. S. EI. Workman, J. M. Rich, Judges; J. II Squires, Sheriff, J. P. Coffey, clrk. Roley. W. H Perkins, P. A. Chelf, Judges; B. V. Hovious Sheriff, A C. Wheeler, clerk. Cane Valley Elbridge Page, G. W. Pike, Judges; James Squires, Sheriff, Lester Dudgeon, clerk. ty another man's, I mean. Kentucky Fair Dates. Egypt. W. P. Dillingham, W. A. Humphress, Judges; J. W. Foster, Let me make the superstitions Sheriff, W. B. Morris, clerk. The following are the dates of a nation and 1 care not who South Columbia. L. B Hurt, R. fixed for holding the Kentucky II. Price, Judges: W. T. Price, Sheriff; makes its laws or songs either Fairs for 1914, as far as reported. Ores Barger, clerk. There are two times in a man's ; Officers of fairs are requested to Will Not carry Papers in thr Maii for Parties who Owe More than one Year . ( Our Country. 43 53 et et sen 35-Iam- p 14 15 23 24 83 et 0, $2.-20- i : aids-Natur- e e. 1 ; ': i7 1 T n. - "'? THE.ADAIR COUNTS NEWS Let Ht' Us fttfsen 4H$4N$' - - Twiner to-da- y. Was a Wise Old Saying and that, is exact what I want us to do I want every FARMER who has Sheep, to investigate my work, and see if tills is nor the place for you to bring or ship your WOOL to get the be&t) VALUE for it. Now if you don't want your Wool Manufactured, I will pay jou the BEST HOME MARKET PRICE, for I need every puuuu 01 wool 1 can get. l am trying to represent trie oiu iasniona goods like our mothers used to make, in the manufacture of Blankets, Flannels, Lmcy, Jeans, Yarnes. Etc Let me hear from your Wool If there is one thing a comadmit that her husband is smart- mercial traveler dislikes more Hew an American Consul Brought er than she is, but no woman ev- than another it is elaborate cera Dictator to Terms. er admitted that anyone ever emony, and if the spirit of his moved out of a house and left it profession is in him he generally A THREAT AND A SURPRISE. finds some way to let his prej- The Venezuelan Despot to Whom Uncle fo udices be known, says the PhilWhat has become of the Sam's Official Had Issued a Comic & Opera Ultimatum First Got on His boy who believed you adelphia Public Ledger. One High Horse and Then Stepped Down. when you told him he had a evening a traveling salesman A great many years ago Phil Hanna ' from Cincinnati, happened to sit was consul at La Guayra. Venezuela.' chance to become President? J old-fashioned him a necktie that looks and soundslike an Appache massacre. You might get a woman to One on Kentucky. WON ON HIS BLUFF THREE TOASTS. Giant Strides In Fixing the Boundaries of Our Country. At a dinner party given by Aoerfc-can- s residing in Paris some years ngc there were proposed sundry toasts concerning not so much the past anCi present as the exacted glories of American nation. In the general character or these toasts geographical considerations were very prominent, and the principal face which seemed to occupy the minds oJf the speakers was the unprecedented bigness of our country. "Here's to the United States." saiCi the first speaker, "bounded on the north by British America, on tbt-south by the gulf of Mexico, on th- east by the Atlantic and on the west: by the Pacific ocean " "But," &ala the second speaker, "this Is far too limited a view of the sub- Ject. In assigning our boundaries we-anmust look to the great and glorious ture, which is prescribed for us by the manifest destiny of the Anglo-Saxo- n race. Here's to the United States., bounded on the north by the nortta. pole, on the south by the south poleu. on the east by the rising sun and on the west by the setting sun." Here the third speaker arose, a verr- senous gentleman from the far "If we are going," said this truly pa triotic American, "to leave the history past and present and take onr mani fest destiny into account, why restricO. ourselves within the narrow limits assigned by our fellow countryman whc has just sat down? I give yon th United States, bounded on the norttr. by the aurora borealis, on the south br the procession of the equinoxes, om the east by primeval cbaos and on tns. west by the day of judgment." Phiu- adelphia Press, tbe-gre- at d fo-Th- ey clean. this season any way. Goods shipped cheap by mail anywhere. Farmers Woolen Mills, P. O. Jamt blown, Ky x- E. L. RKECE, Mgr. Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. - $xt e Of course. Mother wouldn't down at a hotel table in Frankthink of knocking Father but fort, Ky., in company with half she always expresses a hope thst a dozen State Legislators, who talked with excessive formality. daughter will marry BUY THE VERY BEST Cheap paint soon cracks and peels neither useful nor ornamen tal. You can have a guarantee of highest quality and of absolute satisfaction if you will buy nothing else but off, and is Silver Seal Paints Finishes, Stains s and Varnishes wben a little revolution broke out. A military tniirtJnet in command of the town announced himself dictator and. to carry on his activineeding ties, seized a bunch of American. Eng- lisb and German residents in the place i locked them in the town jail, j ! her better were informed that they would ' It was "Will the gentlemen from I be released wben they bad made cer than she did. tain cash contributions to the revolu-! Hardin do this?" and "Does the tionary wai chest. Somehow or other you just Hanna was notified ot the situation, gentleman from Franklin wanti and. looking up the consulate and leav- can't keep a Black Sheep from ing flag flythat?" the ordinary form of di- iug. un exi.a sizedup Americanbeadquar - t he mu to the chasing a Fatted Calf. rect address being carefully es- ters of the dictator. "Mr Dictator," said Hanna, note A woman may be compelled to chewed. that yon have locked up a number of , Americans. Permit me to introduce wear the same dress she bought For nearly ten minutes the myself as tne American consul." The dictator asked what interest that four years ago. But that doesn't commercial traveler suffered in fact had for him am bere in the "It signifies that keep her from putting in four silence. Then he turned to the name of my government to demand hours a day reading the fashion that these Americans be released replied Hanna. waiter and said in a deep or- dope. "Can t do :i thing for you," replied the general "They've been told that atoricle tones: After a woman has fussed wben they cough up they'll be turned i tno-iey 1 J 1 ly ! I nd And they will cost you 25 less than other high grade brands. Tell us your paint needs today and we will send you our PAINT BOOK free. It gives prices and other valuable information. all morning and given the poodle and the "Will the gentleman from loose." Kentucky Paint M'g Company, (Incorporated) 513 W. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. canary a bath and watered the fern and fed the goldfish, she sits around and knocks the lazy woman next door who has nothing to do but look after four kids. Ethiophia please pass the butter? The remedy was effectual. 0. C. fl.K!)Vtitf, Pr. J. P. COCKf, V. Pres.; : R. B. DIETZMAN. Sec t39l ;W.T.PyneMiH&Su pplyio. -- ESTABLISHED 1861 - INCORPORATED 1860- - his own shows suffragettes are kicking about. from he is the record, ofwhichgreatest that servant the They see King Mary and her and cruelest trust of all My position on this subject is well husband out driving almost every known. I believe it is conceded" that ms conduct in reference to ' that bill justify his boast of being ' Che dauntless champion of the people against the trusts? Does he, in his vaunted crusades against them, make a distinction against a Kentucky , Some lads get up with the lark trust, which has great political influ-- , ence here, and as a Pennsylvania or so they will have time to take a New Jersey trust, which have none? Isn't it evident to the--' people of Kenfew swallows before breakfast. tucky that he is undertaking to mislead them, and is trying to raise a I can't see what the English false issue to divert their attention j j "They'll be turned loose without coughing and without delay." retorted Hanna "1 desire, tn the name of ray government, to say that if the Aineri-- ' cans and all the European citizens whom you have locked up are not released by o'clock this afternoon shall proceed to sbell the town." "To shell-whj- u'll you sbell it with?" snorted the dictator "Why. you haven't an American ship within a thousand miles, and you know It." ' ,Sa,ld-'- ' re?"ed E!anna- with i.ireu mgnuy. -- was tnat if tnose iu.eu people are not released by 6 o'clock I'll sbell the town " And he marched our again. Hanna knew perfectly well that there wasn't an American ship nearer than Orleans, and he knew the dictator knew it But he had something up his sleeve H- - went back to his office and waited patientiv meanwhile sending a clerk down to the water front to watch 1 I J WORKED HIS WEAK POINTS. Mr. Ape Had No Memory, but Lots orf JZaL Curiosity and Cowardice. "Curiosity and cowardice," said tht one legged veteran, are the chles characteristics of all monkeys nnd of" , mot men. I worked in a zoo after-was the keeper of the mon the war. key house. My biggest charge was am ape the size of a twelve-year-ol- d boj. and It was through his curiosity note ' cowardice that I ascd to manage hhn j "We exercised this. ape in the bic: room every day. but wben we wanteds him to go back to his cage he'd climb' , up to the roof of the big room, and ;. n.lK 4Vtf1 "csti-f- ""' '"" - """" hti ew. m.lrtn' Amn ""-N"""-'"1 I I "" t Ja , Lover an,Ji take ni,n gent,y by the arm and dJrccs: So l wou,d , s W , his manner to tUe dark passage under steam pipes "Lover and I "ntion in a quiet, mysterious the-thin- gs MI hit WRIGHTS 'JEALERS'll I OlACHlfilSTS LOUTSVILLe day. Curiosity sells nearly all the chop sooey and all the marriage licenses. Some Sweet Day. ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MUS. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS i30! THIKTeeNTH-Mftl- N, SMOKE STACKS Sheet iron and TenR WorK I have had some Important part in the enactment of the temperance legislation in this state, in the better enforcement of the laws regulating the liquor traffic and In the increase of taxation fon that business. Under laws which I actively helped to pass, the greatest part of Kentucky has hecome dry territory. I helped to pass, and, as governor, signed the County Unit law of 1906; and in the sr JOBBirv-- WORK SOLICITED -'mc zrmr -- j. in. 't - U1 jhuxh d- - tom AH Kinds of Machinery Repairs In about 1985, we will have made our stake and can print a paper just as we please, and our personal culumn will be a great deal more interesting than it is now. Specimen locals then to appear. Ike Adler has finally married off his last daughter. The groom has the sympathy of the entire community. The Adair County News One Dollar a Year. Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer he Adair County News and v teiSyfciffc a tJW'Z ZTLA 1 The Cincinnati The reported elopement of Ira Simms and Bertha Coll last week was untrue. It; was only another of Bill Skandel's lies. Bill Kredit has bought a new Of BOURBON POULTRY JKUJrf CUKE Weekly Enquirer Year BothlOne Por Only r.DI9lrfi. 1 drinking tvater cures and prevents andotherchickaiseaseiOnS 5&ELe Fallons of Sample and eases of Fowls" sent down a chick's throat cures capes. A few drops in the t3Iytl ngSSSflt prepv Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly Enquirer is It is issued every Thursday, subscription price ?1.00 per year, and it is one of the bet home metropolitan weeklie of today It has all the facilities of the grreat DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatninjr the world's events, and for that reason can iriue you all the leading news. It carries a carries a jrr at omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every home, farm or business man. Z?This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscribing for theTabove combination right now. Call or mail orders to up-to-d- passenger touring car. Bill might now try paying some of his overdue store accounts by seven delivery and transfer business. Mrs. Ima Leader gave another social funcof her semi-weekl- y oouroon nemcdy Co. Unsgtos, Ij. ,Luke McLukc S3ys. Any old time a fellow calls on a girl and she remarks that she expects to die an old maid, he might as vvel) hold up his hands Jtid take his medicine. old-fashioned tions Tuesday. It is reported to if that have besn even more of a bore than the one last Friday were possible. E We were pleased to announce woman who The The Adair County News, was named Mary Jane now has Columbia, My. a daughter who has a front name like a Pullman car. Some day when we treat one The reason a woman knows another Honestly, we will extend Sympathy to the bride and groom her husband would use bad taste if he selected her clothes is beand cut out the fake cause she can go out and buy the death of old John Grouche, which occurred Jast night. The body will be sent back to his old home for burial. It is believed this was because no local minister would preach a funeral sermon for him. You have read all the obituary he'll ever get from us.-t-Ex. Democratic convention of 1911, I supported the County Unit plank in the platform, which demanded an amendment to the law by extending the county unit to all cities, and the general assembly of 1912 passed that I have fought for the amendment. principle of giving to each county the right to decide by a vote of the people whether or not alcoholic liquors should he sold in the county. I favored the increase of the saloon license in the revenue bill of 1906, which brought additional revenue into the treasury. I also favored the gallon tax upon rectified whisky proposed in the same bill; and when the lobby of the rectifiers succeeded in defeating that tax, I called a special session of the general assembly to pass it, and it was passed putting one cent and a quarter on each gallon. That tax has been yielding each year to the state treasury about fifty thousand dollars I favor the Webb law passed by congress, and if I had been a mem ber of that body, either in the house or the senate, when the bill was up for consideration, I would have remained in Washington at my post of duty and voted for it, and if I am elected to the senate, and it should become necessary to pass an amendment to that law, or additional legislation, in fur therance of the principle of allowing each state to protect its dry tenritory from the invasion of tho liquor traffic, I shall favor such a measure, and shall never be found dodging that or any other question. Two Measures Approved. I cordially approve the two measures just recently passed by our general assembly, one known as tbi Hampton bill, and the other as tha Frost bill. The first is Intended to make more effective the remedy given by the Webb law; and the second, to complete the operation of the County Unit law, so that an election under that law can be called by twenty-fiv- e per cent of the voters of the entire county, instead of requiring twenty-fir- e per cent in each precinct of the county. While I was governor my attention was called to the fact that the law, which required all saloons to clos? on Sundays, was regularly and flagrantly violated in the city of Louisville. There was no ordinary power In the hands of the governor to compel its enforcement, and the most 1 could do was to request officials there to enforce it. My requests were not regarded f but in the course of time the court of appeals decided that the alection of 1905 was void by roasoD 1 The day wore on to midafternoon. He must make food somehow. At last his nies senger returned. "Two British cruisers are coming into the harbor, sir" be reported "I knew they were due today." re plied Hanna "Now. you get word to the commander about what we've done here and tell him it's very Important for him to come and see me." At f oVIoi u that afternoon three very impressive officer:, in the uniform of the British navy came ashore and marched straight to the American con sulate. Hanna sloiii-neout of nis chair. shook hands all round and explained his scrape The naval man wanted to know Uow he eould uesi serve tne uecessiues or tue moment. "Just go hatk on shipboard and begin clearing thoe vessels for action in most ostentatious way you can." replied Hanna "I'll do the rest." As .onn ;is the necessary time had elapsed to assure that thase facts would have duly impressed themselves on his dictator.!,:,. Ihiiinn started for the palace .mam He didn t have to wait ! every day tiptoed Hanna was getting nervous. d t0 eacu other some horrible, unknown creature in the passage, and we'd say 'Look out: There he Is! There he is"" j "As we lield each other's arms anr'i j ent over and peered into the darkne -e'd hear very soon the delicate pM ter of small, active teet Tbe : curiosity had got the better of nut,, He crouched Inside us lie. too, peer- Cl int the dark passage fearfully : "Then suddenly Lover would shourr 'Look out: He's coming out: Ue". coming out" And we'd scamper awayr in the direction ot the ape's houses I But the ape would be ahead ot us. ' He'd rush into bis house in a perfect of excitement and terror. , whirlwind Then click: We'd snaD the door :g 0n him. and he'd look very foolish "Every day we fooled the ape in tni; wav. He was long, you see, on curio-th- e ity an(i cowardice, but very short oa j memory."-Chica- go Herald. . I j the P!Pes- - We pretended to point on. to a' i i A J -- ' ' . How Hadley Proposed The EradIeVf prisoner been released" he asked "Ttiej nave not yet." replied the adunttan.e "Have, tin- - American and European dic- I hls asked.,., proset.uve ammlin? Pre.sldent Arthur Twining t0 n Yale Iet.IlU father-in-la- I'uiuiiojuu iv iii.iai, characteristic. At the time this gentleman. Luzon B. Morris, occupied an K. uu ,,,. uauuici tx-f- or . ;. . tator "Then permit me to say that at 0 3'clock -- harp as I mentioned this mom -- lielliui: lie-- in ing. this town!" "Where'- - uiir American ships?" per- I Heturl tl... Speed of the Street Song. ue of tlle curious things about tnfes Popular song is the rapidity of its life. semination among the street chlldreii-Few of them can hear it at hrst bancS at the music halls, yet long before thr latest catchy tune has found its way to the barrel orgaus or Sunday newspaper yon will hear it rendered with amazing Overworked. accuracy by tiny boys and girls, it: He had :i fried ;i cue nine miles around : billiard table and pushed a seems to travel like rumor through bhi lawn mowei once across his 30 by 20 East Indian bazar London Standard. lawn His Kick. Then he, ol lapsed. "Why don't you go to the doctor wltt aid the sympathetic "Overwork floctor and put him to bed Cleveland that cold?" "Can't afford it." Plain Deaier , "You buy a pair of shoes when y&ct j lieed them?" Wnere the Soft Spot Was. "Yes. and that ends the transaction. -- .inek really has a soft spot Gladys ' The doctor keeps tellins me to comsi "ji his heart tor me Muriel How do gain." Louisville Courier-Journal.- . you know tie" tias; Gladys He says be Is always thlnkluu of me. .Muriel-W- hy, I Her Coaxing Way a man itne-- u t think with nis She Oil. sweet hubby, be- - sc sootE. -heart. The ift spot must ne in nis as to make me a present of 100 marks. head. He Well, if you need them you may have them. She Oh. how nice! Nov" Not Satisfactory you need to give me only 300 marks' yaw have a Betty Van itocks-D- id more for my tailor's bill! Fliegende? satisfactory Interview with papa? Jack Blatter. Brokeleigh Not very; he said all he 4 would give wns his consent. Boston Flower and Weed Test. Transcript. How to tell the flowers from tbei,. weeds: Pull them up by the roots. The greatest man Is he who chooses they are flowers that will be the last ctf! right with tbe most invincible resolu'em; if weeds, only the beginning- " - Seneca. tion Chicago News e The two Knti'b that have entered the harbor today are under my orders, rei .led the American consul. "and we'll blow you and your town off morning if von don't this ront perform Dm you yet it?" The dlftiu.tr didn't know whether it n'pinrk thp was hinft oi urn inn prisoiiers were turned loose. Han nn ot :i promotion for the job. New Voik Sun. n !iri.'. "K i J , ( i I political position. He had recently been elected governor of but his claim was disputed!, and the state was in a political turmoil "Mr Morris." was the way Mr Uz&-le- y approached the subject of hi? caR.. "I hope that i at least -- governors- Cos-necti- cut. w . ! i J H ADAIR GOUMTY TBKk'DaiR-XJGTJNTY'NEW- S' Ml' HEWS - ROTATION IN OFFICE DEMOCRATIC . , 4W Jfr Published Every Wednesday - - BY THE - SAYS HOBSON'S OPPONENT $dair County News Company. ( Incorporated-- ) Judge RoIIin Hurt, o! Adair, Makes Strong Argument for Support EDITOR. in August Primary. SHAS. S. HARRIS, Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. The Constitution is Againsts Life Tenure tfv Entered at the Columbia 1 class mall matter. Post-offic- e as Hardin County Man Has Been on Appellate Bench Sixteen Years Subscription price fl.00 per year. and Has Drawn $80,000 in Salary. the holding of this office for sixteen years past. If you would follow this argument to its logical conclusion, then no one else eould ever hold this office as long as Judge Hobson lives, because at the end of another eight year's term his experience in holding the office would be so much greater than any other person possesses, that no one else but he could be consider ed If merely having held the office is so valuable a prerequisite to being eligible to it again and again, then at his death there will be a 'calamity' sure enough because ther"e would then be no one tit for it, as there would tinuously and drawn eighty thousand be no one living to succeed him, who dollars in salary from the public treas Jiad ever had any experience in hold ury of Kentucky. He says that to ing it. elect the Hardin county man for LET OTHERS GET EXPERIENCE another term would mean the giving "I have, however, had some experto him of a life tenure upon an office, ience myself in matters of the law. 1 which is prohibited by the Constitution of the State and unfair to the have been a regular practicing attorhosts of other men in every sense as ney for thirty years past, and every well qualified to serve the people in one knows that' the lawyer who is conthis high office Hesajs that Judge tinually engaged in the courts has as 9 Hobson should have followed a long much experience as the judge of the court. When Judge Hobson was elect- Every Democrat should lay aside his business long line of precedents and retired at the enough to visit his voting end of his second term of eight years. ed sixteen years ago he had never had on next Saturday, August 1st. and cast his ballot for our friend and any experience in being a judge, ne precinct In a speech here Judge Hurt said: was elected over two men who had neighbor, ROLLIN HURT, candidate for Judge of. the Court of Appeals, by PKE3ENTS HIS OWN KKCORD. large judicial experienqe, and yet I "I have been a Democrat all my life hajvenevei heard that Judge Hobson stamping in the square directly opposite Air. Hurt's Name as illustrated below: and have engaged in all battles for at that time conceded that either of I his opponents was in any wise better Democracy during my lifetime. have never before been a candidate fitted or better qualified for the office for a nomination for an office against than himself. To carry his argument any Democrat. I have helped many further means that he believes that Democrats, but I have opposed none. when a man is elected to 811 an office, I have never pushed aside er stood in then elections for that office should the way of the desire of any Democrat cease until the man dies I have' obto acquire any kind of office either served that when a man holds a good I had hoped office for a long time and does not elective or appointive Democratic Party. would give want to give it up, that he bec&raes that my obme the nomination I seek without profoundly impressed with the yalue jection. My hopes have become facts of his experience in the office For United States Senator except in the case of Judge Hobson. CONSTITUTION AGAINST IT. Long Term. I had supposed that he, having held "This doctrine of never changing s the office for sixteen years, and having the judges is a harking back to the JAMES B. McCREARY received in salary therefor the sum of time, when the people were not per880,000, would have been content to mitted t select their judges Prevfollow the example of so many other ious to 1850 the judges were appointA.O.STANLEY worthy and learned men, who have ed and held their office during life. held the office, and retired at the end This system became no nauseating to of two full terms. I am, however, to the people and so unsatisfactory that J. G W. BECKHAM be disappointed in that. He is a can- when they made the constitution of didate for another full term of eight ,1850 they destroyed that old remnant For United States Senator years. If elected, this will mean for of monarchy and provided that from Unexpired Term. years in this office that time the Judges of the Court of him twenty-fou- r and salary to the total sum of 120,000. Appeals should be elected for a term D. H. SMITH I am informed that he bases his ex- of eight years. Since that time forty-si- x cuse for attempting to break the predifferent persons have been judges cedent so long set in this State of a of the Court of Appeals Only one of BENNETT H.YOUNG. man retiring after having been elect- these worthy, and learned men was ed to two terms of eight years each to ever elected to more than two full JONHSON N. CAMDEN this office, by claiming that he has terms in this office. Only three of made a good record. Whether a judge them ever held.it fqi as mucli as sixhas made a good record is a matter of teen years, and only two for more For Judge of the Court of Appeals opinion about which men may differ. than sixteen years If he has made a good record, thdt was "Do you not think that it will be ROLLIN HURT simply his duty, and it is no more than better to stick to the old Democratic have made. It is what doctrine of rotation in office? Judge he ought to we expect of every judge and it is Hobson illustrates his desire to hold J. P. HOBSON what he promises to do. To do less on to office by stating that a man would not be honorable. having a good team of horses which work well together, would not ex- igan are increasing, their shipWOULD 3IEAN LIFE JOU A LESSON ON THE FORD. an untried 'He also insists that he ought to change one of them for which under some circum- ments; throughout New England be singled out from among his fellow-me- n horse, stances is true, but if one of his team Teacher: Johnnie, into Low many rlasses are motor cars divided? and again given this office for flourishing. was a sixteen year old horse, a man of the textile trades are Johnnie Two, Fords and Automobiles. such a length of time as you would judgment would not hesitate to ex- At North Oxford,, Conn., the Teacher: Correct. What i a Ford? naturally expect would be the length change him for a well broken and well Johnnie A Ford is a scientifically constrcted four-whemotor car inof his natural life, at his age, upon. Naragansett Worsted Mills have trained horse eight years of age " tended as the safest and surest mode of travel at the lowest) cost. has experienced the ground that he Teacher: Doe? it fulfill the purpose tor which it is intended? reopened for the first Johnnie It does Teacher: What can you say of a dav's outing in a Ford? ENCOURAGING. 5,000 tons of girder rails for time in two years. In the Far Johnie It consists of a continuous spin over hill and vale, full of pleasure, The following from Washing- New South Wales. The Wabash West it is wool shearing season, fuu and satisfaction Teacher: What ,:: the ueuessdrits to take for a day's outing in a Ford? i not very good read- has practically dosed for sixty and, despite the predictions that ton, D. C, Johnnie A litrie gasoline i' a tank, a iittle oil in the engine and a little Pittsburg, free wool would annihilate the The ing for the calamity howlers, but locomotives. water in the radiator, and our wife and babies in the car. to those who want to see the Shawmut & N o r t h.evr n has American wool producer, the Teacher: Why are Fords more cheaply and satisfactory operated than autos? country prosper, it is encour- bought 750 coal cars and the Atlargest output of raw wool in Johnnie Because they are mechanically perfect, free from cumbersome lantic Coast Line 1Q0 logging aging: adjunct; in other words they are simplicity simplified. history is predicted and good Teacher: Now. what is an autrmrbile? Even the 'most unscrupulous cars. The American Bottle ComJohnnie A car usually of heavy weight with big, expensive pnetfmatic ,, partisans in Congress have about pany, of Newark, Ohio, has in- prices prevail. fires, high rated horsepower, made up of storage batteries, mag- -, netic clutches, a network of wiring, automatic pumps, feed, odoabandoned hope of causing hard creased its shift from 900 to These are but a few, a very meters, clocks, voltmeters, areometers, air pressure guages, shock r times, and thereby gaining po- 1,200 men and is working in absorbers and other mechanical conglomerations intended as a tew, ot the tacts. There - no litical advantage, by spreading three shifts of eight hours each.4 medium or separating tha rich from their cash. need to add to them. They Greenville, Pa., the Teacher: Does it fulfill the purpose for which it was intended? false reports as to actual business At Johnnie Lt used to but not now and industrial conditions. They mills of the Carnegie Steel Com- preach their own sermon. Teacher: What can you say of a day's outing in an automobile? pany have resumed operations. and blow-outJohnnie It consists of break-downhave been smothered under evTeacher: What are the necessaries tc take for a day's cutiug in an autoidence demonstrating that an in- At the plants of the Steel CorpoI keep on hands a full stock of mobile? dustrial revival has begun and ration and throughout the steel coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Johnnie Four big extra casings, extra tubes, an electrician, a mechaniand a good account cian, an chauffeur, a check-boo- k that the record crop guarantees" trade a steady resumption of Metallic Caskets, and'Steel Boxes and with your local bank; and ou will need to frequent gasoline stabusiness is reported. general prosperity. two hearses. Prompt service night or tions, 'telephone stations and garages. Railroad earnings are picking day Teacher; Why are autombiles more expensive to operate than JTords? The St Paul has released or Residence Phone 29, office Johsnie Fxor the same reason that it is impracticable to operate locomoup in the West; bank clearings Phone 98. ders for 15,000 to 20,000 tons of tives with pneumatic tires on dirt roads. rails to a Chicago district mill. are increasing; railway shops are 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, THE BUCHANAN LYON COiYlPANY The United States Steel Corpora- being reopened on full time; The Columbia, Ky. Incorporated Ad, tion has taken a contract for big copper companies of Mich 1 CAMP BELLS VILLE, KENTUCKY. v- ,y Democratic candidate for United States Senator will speak here this ("Tuesday) afternoon at 1 o'clock. He arrived late last night from Lebanon, and a good portion of this forenoon he will spend in meeting his friends. People have already commenced to arrive, and before the hour of speaking the square will have the appearance of a bee hive, as admirers and supportersfare here from several of the adjoining counties. Gov. Somerset, Ivy., July 22. Judge Eol-li- n Hurt, of Adair county, who is making a vigorous campaign against ANNOUNCEMENT. Judge Hobson, of Hardin, for the Democratic nomination for Judge of the is For Judge of CourtJof Appeals. Court of Appeals in this district, of presenting an argument in this end the district that is drawing to him We are authorized to announce daily hundreds of supporters. He is BOLL1N HURT a candidate for Judge basing his candidacy upon the fact of theCourt of Appeals, in the Third that he has for thirty years been upon district, subject to the action of the the stump in campaigns for the party, Democratic voters, expressed at the never opposedaDemocratfor a nomination for office until now, and that the August primary. man he is running against at this time has been in office for sixteen years conI WED. JJJLY 29, 1914 Beckham, - VOTE FOR' -- ROL LIN URT Gov. Beckham y will be Hon. J. F. Montgomery, intro-ducedb- a leading attorney of the bar, who is perfectly familiar with the life andcharacter of the distinguished candidate. Every Democrat in Adair and all adjacent counties are urged to vote for Rollin Hurt for Judge offAppeals on next of Saturday. Things look good for Mr. Hurt, but no friend should fail to support him, thinking he will be nominated without his vote. There are twenty-tw- o counties in the district, and it is only votes that count in the the-Court fellow-Democra- ts -- Do not be in position to say to Mr. Hurt after the primary, I did not attend the election because I knew you would be nominated. Give him your hearty support at the polls. Every vote will be appreciated. I If you know a friend of Mr. Hurt who thinks he will be too busy to attend the primary, urge him to lay aside his work for a few hours and go to the election. His vote will be needed. Favorable reports of Mr. Hurt's canvass come from all over the district, but there must be no let up .of work, and every friend must vote for him next Saturday. Mr. Hurt is el rocognized throughout the State as a lawyer of ability, one who would make an ideal Judge of the Court of Appeals Vote next Saturday and vote for Hurt By supporting hin you honor one of Adair's most honorable and gifted men. Remember that in voting in the primary yoa stamp in the square opposite the name of the candidate you are supporting. 'Do not stamp under a device. . i- ch s, bog-down- s, lay-ou- ts s. able-bodie- d . 4 ! l'HE- - A.DAJK . COUNTY-WBW- S 5' jrtfc i1' DEMOCRATS, RIGHT THE WRONG! Wipe Out the Stain Placed Upon the Democratic Party of Kentucky by These Four Traitors and Their Whiskey and Beer Trust Bosses McNUTT CHARLTON LILLARD MUELLER Eight years ago the Democracy of Kentucky held a Primary Election to nominate a candidate for the United States Senate. More than 200,000 Democrats participated in that primary. Governor Beckham received a majority of the votes, carrying 91 of the 119 counties in the state. The Legislature which followed was Democratic in both branches, but Governor Beckham had enforced the law as to closing the saloons In Louisville on Sunday, and had stood for the County Unit Law, thereby incurring the enmity of the Whiskey Trust and the Beer Trust, and they sought his defeat in the Legislature. The above four men, elected as Democrats, betrayed their trust and voted for the Republican candidate, W. O. Bradley, thereby electing him to the Senate. Will You Cast a Vote On August 1st to Endorse This Treachery ? If not, Vote for J. C. W. Beckham, and Right the Wrong Done Him and the Democratic Party Advertisement. ADDITIONAL PERSONALS Mr. Ray Conover and wife spent several days of last week with relatives in the Cane Calley country. Mr. .7. W. Flowers, c?shier of the Bank of Columbia, was in Louisville a few days of last week. Mrs. A. T). Patteson, her daughter. Miss Mary D., and son, A. D. Patte-scn- , Jr., are visitinjr in Bourbon coun- - From North Carolina. Lattimore, 7, 18. '14 Editor News: I also visited Leslie Johnson, who lives where I first saw the tie is a moaei iarmer, nas an meal nome ana snows g. Elkhorn Roller I This leaves meat home slowly wnat energy, industry and my health. In a good verance can accomplish, ' I also met Bascom Garnett, my manv ioiimevs T never suffered . - -more on a train trip than on my old friend and schoolmate, and found him on easy street. Of homeward ride. However, my personal troubles course I visited Tobe and Bud ty- Mr. Jo Milligan and wife. Louisville, are of no interest to others, and Hurt, and found them the same and Mrs Edmonia Clark, Knox coun the statement that I am cordial and prosperous friends ty, are visiting at the home of Mr. TC. with The annals of my trip would H. Price. The two ladies are natives deeply grateful to J. E. Murrell, of Columbia Prcf. Tobias Huffaker and G. L. not be complete did I not mention Mr. J. E. Snow, Russell Springs, Wolford, Esq. , f o r their kind- the fact that I was a sojourner r?as in Columbia Monday morning,-haleland hearty en route homo from ness in every particular relative with Bob Price, who has an Martinsville, Ind. to my school. I'll add that a egant home, fine stock and envi- W G Montgomery assisted L. C. keen delight of my life was the able surroundings. Young in a revival meeting at Roley, I also visited the families of this county, which closed last Friday prospect of teaching another night resulting in 39 additions school in my native county, Jim and Billy Frankum and Ar Mr Reed Slelton is in Chicago. Hi , while a keen disappointment re thur Morrison, all friends of bytaking a six week's course befoie resuited from my wretched state gone days, as well as Ed and Zol turning to his school. Bennett, whom I met. Mr Bay Flowers and Miss .Tennye of health. McFarlanclf Mr. Guy Stevenson and Also, I visited Long Bob Con-ovAllow me to say that I am unMiss Edna Chewning: Mr. Herbert and Bill Rowe, and will ev der lasting obligations to J. C. Sm:rh and Miss Mallie Moss: Mr. Harris and Miss Creel Nell were Yates, that prince of good fel er hold families of each in fade-lea- s at C4ril!in Springs Sunday. memory. lows and embodiment of Christ Mr. Frank Sinclair, who spent sevAmong others I met my eral weeks in Colorado, Missouri and ian charity for a very substanKansas, for his health, returned home tial favor when in dire distress. friends and relatives the family last Saturday morning. Allow me also to speak of Bib of Ad Bradshaw, deceased, and Miss Nellie Follis. who has been in School at Bowling Green, returned Tupman, as he is affectionately had a very pleasant time at home last Friday afternoon. called bv his numerous friends. their hospitable home. Also Mr. Lou Flowers, of Paducah, is Like Yarrick, he is capable of Hudson Conover and family, as vkitmg relatives in Columbia. setting the table in a roar by his well as Richard Dohoney and esMiss Sallie Fields spent Sunda at quaint humor, and he has a fund timable wife. Richard and Hud-ar- e the Griffin Springs. farmers who two first-claLittle Misses Louise and Marguerites of "hoss sense" in reserve. As Mess, of GreensbUBg, visited Mks May to his hospitality, it is the gen- are also on easy street. I saw Feese several davs last veek uine Kentucky article. I was an my ancient friend of color, Sam infliction on his hands for 4S Ike Garnett, who is 95, and says hours, and it takes a man of he- he is all in. He can still shoot rifle and d roic mould to endure such a vis- an old Eld. H. B. Gwin. who is holding a itation. shoulder a "hoss" if it is not too series of meetings at Creelsboro, wiH Then you should keep the fact iarge He might fail on a preach at the Christian church here, this (Wednesday ) evening at 7:30. but can amble with a before the people that there is Eld. H. B. Smith, of Glasgow, will no better man than jrcur Uncle Kentucky racer on his back. assist Eld Z. T. Williams in a revival Jim Page. I hope to meet him I met Gen. James Garnett, but meeting at Cane Valley, beginning again, but should this desire fail at first he failed to recognize my the first Sunday in August. oe realized, I shall ever hold white hair and haggard features. Attention is called to the Lindsey-Wilso- n to Later, I met J. N. Page, the ad, published in him in sacred memory. When a man is sick he needs last of the ancient and honorable Lgch! Market. favors, and when he gets them order known as whang doodle. A man from Crocus asked me if he should be grateful. I was Tinker Tom Taylor, and I Of course Rollin Hurt should 10 Eggs.shot him on the spot. I was exWith onerated by a Coroner's jury, 10 bti elected, and will be. Kans '. 11 Jim Garnett Attorney .., Chickens General, who declared 3 VOCfi Rolhn Hurt, Judge, and the came to his death by the lawful 00 Turkeys fame of Ad,air county visitation of God. I, met Drs. Geese B. F. and U. L. Taylor, also 8 for ability, chivalry and hospital Ducks Bruce and "Long Tom." I need 22 ity. I'll ever say; "God bless our Wool spring clipping. have perse-regaining , -- Mills RICE & ALLEN -- i i There's a Flashr liglxt made to fix "ydixr need. Proprietors KENTUCKY. Crek, 'for ! ELKKORN, We have put I in a Wholesale Exchange House at Roley, Casey ERE&L FLASHLIGHTS I the purpose of Wholesaling flour to the Merchant? and Exchanging flour and bran for wheat. ready lor business. Respectfully Ycurs, i J Also paying the Highest Cash Price tor wheat. We are now are made in many styles i r i that sell at a wide variety of prices. e Each is equipped withagenuine, long service Tungsten lamp." All are guaranteed to give the maxiEveresdy. battery and Mazda mum satisfaction. ThaVs why it pays to get a real We cell them. RICE & ALLEN, Elkhmn. Ky. to) CAUC MANCV "- , Special Pri On Lawn Swings Porch Swings, Hammocks. Also Murray Baii, Comncbftt 3 ON FENCING Before you ,"bay er Ke.iiuciv. other rod of fence. (Off come in and getour special pr.ces on an- - ,Er-ne- st SQUARE DEAL FENCE MfGtHftmmiHmf ?s23ssaftsij iasRai$ S3yfcjpjntti WE BUY IT DSRECT from the miU that makes both the wire and the ferce. You can't buy any fence more di rect and you can't beat Square Deal prices when you compare materials, weight and size. t Money Saving Prices on Absher. .MI t Low Cut Shoes Mrs. Frank Sanders and daughter, Miss Erne, were at Mr. Lambert Sanders' last Wednesday Shirts, Collars and Ties We Can Please You. J ss night. Miss Arva Cave visited at Dr. Z, T. Gabberc's Saturday and Casey Jones' Store. See the Square Deal Lock hphbtmbi amass nnta hbueh. the knot with "a grip that vll not "- - - Sunday. Additional Locals. double-triggere- Per-chero- n, o-day's To-da- - . ... deceased far-reachin- g I Hides (green) 12 Feathers Ginseng Beeswax Yellow Root May AppleCper . . lb)..;. - had the pleasure of visiting his ougs. Tom, I 7 60 I 25 Jes3e V. White and family, who back to Missouri if Ken- be really glad to see are still exponents of true 32fi tucky hospitality. Melvm 1 ( 46 old Kentucky." my six shooter, but sent Tinker Tom a cross bow to kill am coming live, and I'd you. L. White. Robertson was the guest of Misses Ella and Sylvia Humphress Saturday night. Mr. R. 0. Dillingham and sister, Miss Audra, visited their sister, Mrs. Hendrickson, of Casey Co., Saturday and Sunday. Misses Eva and Annie Morris, Allie, Susie and Ruby Rice were the guests of Misses Mary Lee and Arva Rice Saturday night. Mr. W. H. Cave .spent last Saturday night at Mr J. D. Weatherford's Mrs. Delaney Robertson is visiting her son in Campbellsville. Misses Becca and Fannie Brock man, Vumie Weatherford, Cleo Cave and Bertha Martin spent Saturday night with Mrs. Gar lin Weatherford. M-Cieo Sherrill and two chudren, of Lebanon and a Mrs. were Sherrill, of Gradyville, guests of Mrs Pnil Sherrill part of last week. Friday, the 17th was the birthday of Mr. Delaney Robertson. Miss Clara s. j He was 77 years old. Several ..... !UVf.3kUAW HUV4 t.ha... ..w... wavy strand wires that spring bquare II friends and his children tool; Deal Fence back into place after sud- dinner with him. They were den heaw strains: see the Jones, Lit Beard. Messrs. S. H. stay wires that prevent sagging, Olen, Jim and Mat Robertson; buckling; require fewer fence posts, saving money, time and labor. Mrs. Mary Brockman, Mrs. Sherrill, Mrs. Cleo SherrilLand two children, Mr and Mrs. Phil Sher-ie- ll R. Hutchison, and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Haller Bault and children, Mr Columbia, Ky. and Mrs Sam Sm'th, Mr. and Thenext time you come to town, call in Mrs. H. B. Robertson and daughand let us show you Square Deal Fence, and getour Square Deal.prices. Made byter. The day was enjoyed by all, Keystone bteeicc wirev.o.reonau.uwj and that "Uncle Hooter" may have many more birthdays is our wish. short and but little hay ra?.-eFrom Tennessee. Wheat is good. Gardens are bath Stock of all kind is hitro. bind Hohenwald, 7, 17, '19 ,is cheap and produces fairly well Editor News: i tnWA this method of writincr ;ood water. Plen'y ni M!k .: w .one-piec- slip." Notice there arc no onttievreios to snap, no cumbersome knots to now e bag-ginga- nd r. d. I We ha't a fmb rai.i nsre yss-ten:wh"cU was thabraaui:g ty Tennessee, in the best school that I ever had so far. We have up M k lontf 'irv khI. Thvi peo42 enrolled to date and expct-in;- r ple -- tieMs ;nre ejicoura. - that read believing that thev the News, to my many friends 1 A fiue-sjtyrK would like to know my where abouts. I am now in Lewis coun- mw. n. more. We have each day Wuh i'vst Primary work. Practice in sinkculture aria Harmony. c;Oi. ing, Voice We begin at 8 o'clock and close at 4 o'clock. Oats are Corn looks better. wiies R-y- t. . to 3?, I 'ill . M nrim-dt'V- R. P. D. 4, fiox 14. ., -- -- "ej 5. $ rg-4- - V iNDEI?Ti5E . i- Rower of a: Few Men. XINED WITH SPIDER. WEBS. One' Has to Cut One's Way Through the Roads of Paraguay. . The roads of Paraguay are about Ave yards wide throughout and the trees meet overhead at a height of some eighteen feet, thus forming a tunnel of a child It Is natural plete in the morninc-very uniform dimpnsinns. In the Hpaf iiay mm wnenforit suiks to laugh and After asatisfaction of this remedy all arowsiiv or short use forms of outside aid can be dispensed parts of the tunnel-th- at Is, where It V ' ""SS'SS with and nature will again act alone. is not cnoKed up with trie giant ne- evidences of a serious allmpnt vnn wni not if you a All classes of good for ills people sive ttleit is full from roof to ground of dose be wrong- laxative quietlyevening it on keep it in the home American of the of mild that stomach, liver and bowels, and among enormous spiders webs stretching putting it to bed. the thousands The i keep constantly on hands a'nice line clear across the road, the big trees mended remedy most senerally recom- doctor that theywho have written the will never be without for this purpose is Dr. Caldusually being chosen as anchorages well's Syrup Pepsin, which mothers it are Sirs. J. "W. Haynes. Brady, Ky., and 8f Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and throughout the country have been sivins Mrs. E. L. Weeks, 1744 W. 2nd St., and the total clear span being thus their children for a quarter Indies Robes, also a nice Hurse. of a cen- Owensboro, Ky. A has saved tury. Today thousands of families are many a person from dose of It illness. more like eicht yards than five. a serious over Cumberland Grocers Co., undreds The main cables or framework of J!i ti,i must be Rood used it then. reason Anvone wishing' to make a of this the nets are composed of five or six word of mouth recommendation for this remedy before buying it in trial regular Colombia, Ky. Phone 52 A. the It is admittedly yellow web and are for children, women,the perfect laxative way of a druggist at fifty cents or one strands of thick old large size) can almost as strong as cotton thread. The others who need a pentle people and all dollar a asample bottle (family the homo J. B. Jones. bowel stimu- have bottle sent to and not a violent salt, cathartic free of charge by simply addressing Dr. rest of the net is made up of single and lant or doctored water. Dr. pill 405 Washington St., double strands of the same stout ma- Syrup Pepsin will act gently, Caldwell's W. B. Caldwell. Your name and when Monticello, 111. and address sticky as it is strong. taken before retiring will bring com on a postal card will do. terial, which is as Every yard or so one of these nets extends across one's path, making it necessary to hold a cntlass or a fairly stout stick at arm's length In front as We would be pleased to send the Daily State Journal until April last one walks. S The makers of these troublesome but Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from for $1.25. If you want to keep in picturesque obstructions are large, highly colored, gaudy looking spiders now until the first of April for 50 cents. in touch with the doings at Frankwith bodies that look as If they were Or better still we will furnish the fort while the Legislature is in session, about to explode, they are so blown Adair County News, one year and the you shoHld have the State Journal. out and glossy At intervals in some more open space and tens of thousands of men; where the sky Is visible one will noS tice a different kind of web. far those men can constrict credits irregular in shape, but far larger more j than Birdseve view ot our Plant ' i of Representa- the others. Not content with the in the districts space available in the tunnel, these tives who are to be elected in webs are stretched in complicated mazes from the ground to the very . Lo-astf- on Daily Courier Journal! $6.00! a Year unday There is no difficulty in accounting for the present conditionOf the country.! These groups of men having their headquarters in New York have been shown, through interlocking directorates and interlocking control, to have the direction of approximately $22,000,000,000 of property and practically to have control over riearly every railway in the country and every one of the great industrials. Those men can forbid the railroads to buy rails, to buy steel cars, to buy frogs and switches, to buy lumber and to buy crossties; those men can put out of employment thousands The Peevish Child PUGNiA Needs a Laxative gV'STe S, Mrs. 50c AND left me with a frightful couch and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 2u Aly doctor could not help I minutes. me, but I was completely cured by DR. KING'S New Discovery J. E. $1.00 Cox, Joliet, 111. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. ( C. D. L Crenshaw SURGEON r VETERINARY Special Attnctin 10 he Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices 1 am yell fixed to take care of stock. Mon y due when work is done or Rtcck removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED Courier Journal $2.00 a Year I ! HUGHES' RL5IEEKE. STREET. ON BMK5VILLE ISest iNatioual News State News Local News Market Reports i Foreign News Political News of t Si Everything -- for Everybody Are you interested in what is taking place day byl'day all over fche world? If you are you NEED ' THE COURIER-JOURNAL. If there is anv agent in your town give hirra trial order one Sun- jnonth Daily50cents, with day 75 cents. If there is ne agent in your town give order to the paper in which this advertisement ap- pears (you may get a special clubdi- bing rata,) or sand the order J V" rect to the Courier-Journa- l. WEEKLY COUIER-JOUR-N- AL has been discontinued, but FARM AND FAMILY, a Ministers and Ambassadors. The first minister plenipotentiary from the United Suites to England was John Adams. Thomas PInckney of Ask fcr a samplejcopy. fire, the heat of which induces South 'Carolina became the first minister to England under the constitution. GoBrier-Journ- al them to slightly open their jaws; The United States continued to be repCompany until 1893, then a very tiny piece of wood resented by ministers of Delawarewhen INCORPORATED beThomas P. Bayard is inserted with a little carbon- came tlie first American ambassador Louisville, Ky. to the court of St James. The first ate of lime. They are then British minister to the United States was George Hammond, who was ap placed once more in the oyster pointed in 1791. Lord Pauncefote beResidence PhonelS B BiwinessPho el3 P came the first British ambassador to beds, and it is calculated that in Washington in 1S93. about 2 months the oyster will He Fell Right In. His Wife I met our maid Anna just make a pearl out of the subnow on the street and she pretended DENTIST stance introduced. not to see me. Her Husband You ought to point out to Anna the improThe result of the experiment is priety of such conduct. His Wife But Office, Front iccms m Jeffries BTd'g how can I? You see, she had awaited with keen interest, as, girl with her, and it was quite another evident up Mejrs. she didn't want her friend to know she owing to their comparative was working for a woman who wore a - Kentucky Columbia, scarcity, pearls are now amongst two dollar and fifty cent hat New York Post. most excellent illustrated monthly forcible introduction of foreign magazine, is a worthy successor. substances into the oyster shells. The price is only 25Jcents a year. They place live oysters before a Superstitious Egyptians. The giant sun, the bright star Sirius. is now called the "dog star" from the very ancient and curious custom of personification. The great nations of Owen, of Oklahoma remote antiquity personified every activity of nature that is. compared them to living men or animals. Pearl Making. They didn't know a thing ot any law of nature, so they said that motion is caused by living animals, because The growing scarcity of per- only animals have the Inscrutably mysterious power of moving themfect pearls has induced the Jap- selves. No wonder the ancients were move itastonished anese at many of their pearl fish- self. And to see an animal vastly Inthe wouder has eries to adopt a somewhat novel creased now, for the ablest scientific man cannot possibly see how an anisucceeds should mal is able to move plan, which, if it The overflowing of the Nile was the tend to increase enormously the chief event in all of Egypt Without this pouring of water over the land world's pearl output. once each year, the valley would be a desert The Egyptians at a certain Pearls are formed by little period in their long history noticed that when they first saw the star Sirius grains of sand and other sub- early in the morning before sunrise Nile" to and pour stances which get into the the the,river began Theyrisepersonified over banks. oyster's sheil and are a source of Sirius as a watchdog, watching the sun and the Nile and the land of irritation to the litte animal in- Egypt, its people, destiny and harvests. The Egyptian name of the Nile was side. He cannot turn out the Siris, and the faithful dog watching in the sky was finally named Sirius. intruding substance, so proceeds Centuries later their horrible religion to cover it up with layers of lin- taught that it was necessary to murder or sacrifice a dog to the star Sirius ing material, until at length the to secure its aid in growing grains and herds. This terrible habit of slaughterobject is encased and a round or ing animals to propitiate Imaginary gods descended to the Greeks and Ropear shaped pearl is formed. mans. The Romans named the stars near Sirius the constellation Canis The Japanese are trying the Major (the great dogi. New York American. the fall and in the States of Senators who are to be elected in the fall; they can by their power make hard times in districts where they want to defeat those in sympathy with a correction of those conditions, whether those candidates be Democrats or Progressive Republicans. From remarks in the Senate by Senator j I tops of the surrounding trees, with clear spans frequently twenty or thirty yards from one tree to another. From these main cables smaller ones extend to the ground a drop of fifteen or twenty yards and the spaces in between are filled up with a mass of Wide webs spun in all directions. World Magazine. Joseph 1$ H. Stone, w Attoncy-At-La- Will practice in this and adjoining counties. --. SIRIUS. THE DOG STAR. Jamstown, KentocK) It Was Given Its Canine Name by the "Largest m Dixie" Q P.SMYTHE for W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated FIRE INSURANCE and u Louisville, Kentucky. REAL ESTATE WHOLESALE Windows, 'Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, EVERYTHING IN Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write forourjCatalog Columns, i ? J . ZZ&WX3STJKn.TZZS?iMjj:t3XS3EL' . W--ff s-- 'iti ; i Ktfc 5 . 1 cSW HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. 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Lntngten, Ky 342 East MaUl St., Tm nmpia na euecur euc jLt ja.11 jjruggtns. hh". CraPL THE.'.'ADMR COUNTS NEWS i, lfllll II J SCARCELY II .V'-Wj- WELL DRILLER More Women Than' Men. ? CURE FOR OLD AG! Easy and Pleasant and Costs but Little to Try It A PEPPERY COMPOSERS. Masters of Music Who Had Nice Tempers of Their Own. Even in the prepuce or bis royals pupils Handel would sometimes fly lata most violent passions. "You forget yourself, Mr. Handel." a court attendant said reprovingly oa one such occasion. i'You should show more respect to her royal hlgbnessP "Royal hlghnessr snorted the musician contemptuously. "Bah! De respect Is due to mel There are many brincesses. but only one Handel!" On another occasion, when George L sent a message summoning him to an interview, he returned this answer; "Dell his bajesty he bust waid. By tibe is bore imbordant dan hls! Vlottl. the famous French muslciaa of the eighteenth century, had as equal contempt fbr royalty and an exaggerated opinion of himself, as story shows: One day h was summoned to Versailles to play before.Marle Antoinette and the court-Thperformance had begun; the opening bars of bis favorite solo commands ed breathless attention, when a heard: "Place for Mgr. the Comte d Areolar At the sound Vlottl Immediately ceased playing, cast an indignant glance at his audience, placed his violin under his arm and walked out C the place When Marie Antoinette once Inquired of Gluck how his new opera was progressing he answered. "Madame, it is nearly finished, and I assure yon It will be superb," a conceit which was rivaled by that of Meyerbeer, who, when a friend declared that If anything better could be composed than one of his rival operas he would dance on hl head, answered. "If that is so I should advise you to start practicing: at once, for I have just commenced the fourth act of The Huguenots! Even Haydn, usually the most modest of men. showed at times that he bad as good an opinion of bis own. merit as any of his admirers. On one occasion, when a friend said to. him of his "Salomon" symphonies. "Sir. I am strongly of opinion that yon will never surpass these wonderful symphonies." he answered placidly.. "No; 1 never mean to attempt the Impossible!" e cry-wa- ? WALK ABOUT hl For Three Simmers Mrs. Any of Her Housework. Vin- I will drill wells in Adair and The fact that in almost all civadjoining counties. See me be- ilized countries women outnumber men has been ascribed to the fore contracting. Latest im-yroved cent Was Unable to Attend to believe 1 would have died if I hadn't taken it. After I began taking Cardui I was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. I fattened up, and grew so much stronger in three months, I felt like another person altogether." Pleasant Hill, N. C. "1 suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, 1 would have to give up and lie down, turn it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of healthy when I finally decided to try Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly higher birthrate of girl babies; machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give yet statistics show that 105 boys are born, to every 100 girls. Acme a Call. cording to figures compiled by a .1. YATES European statistician, the girl has a better chance than the boy of attaining maturity. GOOD WAY TO CHEAT DEATH. C The Prescription Is to Mix Open Air and a Hobby, Shake Well and Take as Many Hours a Day or Night as Possible The Cure In Real Life. Old age can be cured. The prescrlp don is a simple one. Mix open air and a bobby, shake well and take ns many hours a day as possible. No one be- Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the ner vous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years. It will surely do for you, what it has done for them. Try Cardui today. Medicine Co.. Ltdiss' Ad visory Dept., Chattanooca. Tenn., for Special In on your case and book. "Home structioiis Treatment for Women." sent In plain wrapper. J-- THE He finds that from the third to LOU IS VILLI TIMES FOR 1913 Writ, to: Chttnooca brighter, better, bigger than ever THE REGULAR PRICE OF Sick Headache, Bad Breath, Sour Stomach, Furred Tongue and Indigestion, Mean Liver and Bowels clogged. Clean up tonight. Get a 25c. botte of to be in a hurry when YOU are Dr. King's Xew Life Pills todaj and empty the stomach and bowels of ferwaiting? menting, gassy foods and waste. A full bowell movement gives a satisfied Spring chicken is all very well thankful feeling makes you feel fine. on why a man should marry a There are all sorts of women fifteen year old girl. in the world, including the one THE You're Billious and rostive! who has to carry a gun to pro- LOUISVILLE TIM I! tect her Honor. Ever notice that nobody seems IS If YOU $5.00 A YEAR YOUR ORDi i the fifteenth year the mortality first gray hair comes when a man sud for both sexes is the same; from denly thinks to himself. "What's the use?" Then is the time when a hobby the fifteenth to the nineteenth makes life interesting again. There was an official on one of onr year, the critical age for girls, great railroads who was retired at sev die now," the girl's chances are slightly enty "He'd he didn't, said his friends kindly. But instead, he became interested In the wild flowere. better than the boy's; from the and now he Is too busy In looking for the ram's head orchid and trying to thirtieth year to the thirty-fift- h find n new station for the hart's tongue the mortality among women is fern and tramping around in the woods all kinds of weather even and fields smaller than among men, and it to think ofindying. Anyway, he would not have continues smaller until the sev- monographtime until he's finished his on the willows of the Unit entieth year. Then for a decade ed States. There Is a woman to Baltimore, sev and a half the sexes once more enty-twyears old, who years ago sought to forget a great sorrow by have the same chance of surviv- learning the butterflies. Her city home al, but above 85 years of age has become a rendezvous for entomolo gists ail over the world and houses a woman again 3tands a much bet- famous collection While her contemporaries are dozing their lives away In caps and easy chairs she spends her ter chance than man. o gins to age until he is bored, and the To account for this difference WiLL SEND TO US. YOU CAN GET in its way. But that is no reas Effective, yet mild. Don't gripe. 25c. Recommended by Paull Drug Co. Ad THE ADAIR COUNT! NEWS The Daily out that woman has greater resilence in shaking off diseases than man. It is true that the physical strength of jnan is greater than woman's, but a woman's power of endurance is more robust. points One reason for this is that woman possesses a finer perception of her power of endurance than a man, and when her perception warnsjher of fatigue she A man does not stop until his power is exhausted. His nervous system is not as finely stops. the statistician Louisville And The Times New is Democratic, AND THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR Adair Is-the County It best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. FOR ONLY $4.50. organized as a woman's, and as Mosso, the Italian physiologist, has pointed out, men and women are entirely dependent upon THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper pri?. ted anywhere. Has the best corps of corres- their nerves for caution not to over-exer- t. bat gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adaii women many diseases, particularly nermen, they overcome While it is true that more easily contract pondents. County News both for 4.50 per year. vous and mental diseases, than p- Covers the Kentucky field fectly. Covers the general news them with greater ease. u-- t A Sensible Idea. Special Notice! j completely. Has the best and fullest rn keta reports. I The farmers have been complaining of the candidates taking up so much of their time. The Fulton Leader says a foxy Georgian, realizing that the com- Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. Is making Special Sales Prices.- DEMOCRATIC in politics ba tiir to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCkir plaint is pretty well grounded, has hired an experienced farm hand to make, the rounds with When he finds a farmer to whom he wants to talk for half an hour or so. he sends his farm him. hand into the field to take the farmer's place. Then he leads TI0M RIGHT AWAY JDEISTTAL OFFICE at. Special Or. James Triplet! .DENTIST OVER PAULI.DRUG CO. Hay Press'es, Both Horse Columbia, Ky. and Gasoline Engine Power. SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILLS, Six, Eight, and Nine Disc. See or write ?X him'-before . buying. J fr AkLfxn :Awl; - lcWl.! I oetween Brazil and Guinea, where the CUSel PHONE 20. O ITEM CIS PBONB icean Is only about 1,800 miles wide Newfoundland to Ireland, the Athletic Vocalization. narrowest breadth north of the equa-In- . "Is a ventriloquist a person who is nearly twice as far. From New c I'M mi mm' wiwn vi York to the nearest point of France Is throws his voice?" asked Mr. Lobrow. cal. . "So to speak." ' ' nearly three times "Well, we've got one next door to ns.- Bucltlen's Arnica salve for Cuts, She hasn't thrown it yet but she la The Lesser-Ev- il. WashBurns, Sore?. Mr. Boreleigh I think I'll senn giving it a terrible struggle.' 'It's ington Star. ' in word I'm out-Mr. E. S. Loper, Marilla, N. Y., or I Tnr1iftafirn fanaoA ttia tnwth rfisfrttcQ Won't 8or two years. I tneC many things or writes: "I have never had a Cut, mV" the still, small voice reproach Shrank From the Job. IJUfc KJAtlO UlMi't bliiab i(13bX!UUUU pjJ.101, Angry Customer Ton certainly tooft; dos i. puis or meuiciuu x uv u meu yes, but I'd rather listen to the "Oh. it ia lue Burn, Wound or Sore it would not nil. small voice than to Mr. Bore an execrable photograph of me. PhotographerBut sir. my plates are 8et-- v ileal." Get a box of Bucklen's Arnica -- igh's." Boston Transcript Ritlve ones. Baltimore American fcSalve today. Keep handyjat all timeaThe most deadly "foe-- to success In (or Burns, Sores, Cute, . Woundsf Pre Sveryone learns from his own txpac' ' W" futuVe' futile ij(.rrr"whrch""spriugs-'h- i en sLockjawx 25c; Recommended. rienceMhej wise. learn alsoj'rom the ex ' 'the success of perlehceofothers'. ' 'MK the farmer to a shady spot and The delivers his little speech. idea is a 'good one and the candidate deserves to be electe- d- and will no doubt, if the rest f his ideas are as sensible and practi summers in the mountains and her winters In Florida with a butterfly net. Twenty-on- e new species to Identify are her contribution to the lepidoptera. and she plans to live until the last goal of an entomologist Is reached-th- e using of her single initial species An octet of men in Philadelphia, all well past their threescore years, some in business and some foot loose, belong to the same ornithological socle ty. They are afield every day of the year, rain or shine, to watch the ever changing bird life In the spring each prepares migrant sheets showing the arrivals of the hundred odd migrants that pass through every place every year. Therf Is great rivalry as to who shall score the most warblers or Iden tlfy the largest number of birds in one day At present writing the oldest of the eight holds a record of seventy five different kinds of birds "seen or beard in one day between dawn and dark one for each year of his age and one to grow on. A man in North Carolina by the sud den death of two of his family was left alone with but little money, no friends and the cheering dictum from his doctor that he had only a year to live To while away the few months still left to him as well as to help out his household expenses he took up the study of edible mushrooms At the end of a year in the open he notified his indignant physician that he bad become too much interested in his hobby to confirm his diagnosis. In ten ears he has discovered, classified and tested 170 kinds of edible mushrooms and has published a book which is one f the standard authorities for mrsh nom eaters of the world Another septuagenarian attributes hi .nng life to the stars Confined (. 'lusiness during the da.v. he sought the pen air at night and began to -- tud.x in- - changing coustollations aud the per flexing planets Then he found tha: vith an opera glass he could detect 'Heir colors and reveled In the blue ight of Vega, the green glare of Sirius 'he rose red of Aldebaran. the flame olor of Retelguese and the strange mules of other gleaming slu kings ina ly he bought n .small relesi ope Vow. at seventy he has published .. lotiograph on the double stars. besides ii:iHit little star pintle that has in .. ted thousands !n his lm!il.y None of the nature studies require !i money or time A cheap illu-- . ir.ifed guidebook an opera glass aiai t i ussible. some walks arid talks with .i. "Cpert. and yon will learn almost i.iinediately to identify a score or more i! flowers, or birds, or constellations r mushrooms, and you will have found : hubby on which you may ride awav Death Try it. young men. lest you grow oiu i'ry it. old meu. before you grow tired into the open from these nar n indoor days and learn the. way to ' here the wild folk dwell. In their nd vou will find the help of the hills i ud hope wide as the world, and trength. and youth, and happiness Try It. Samuel Scovllle. Jr.. In Lippin -I CURIOUS CARD TRICK. It Deals With Odd Numbers, and Explanation Is a Mystery. th I There is a puzzle which may be performed with any odd number of objects, playing cards being usually employed, and which any one can do, but no one seems able to explain the rea son for it. Let us suppose the number selected to be twenty-sevecards, although fifteen or twenty-onwould do just as well After having them shuttled hold them In the left hand face upward and then deal them face upward one at a time In three piles so that the fourth card comes on the first and the fifth on the top of the secoud and so on until you have three piles of nine cards each. Request any person who Is watching you to make a silent note of any card he pleases, and when you have finished, dealing to tell you in which pile the card lies. By picking up the three piles again one at a time as before, the not ed card will reappear Ask In which pile it came that time and place that pile in the middle as before. Upon dealing the cards into three-pliefor the third time note carefnlly the card that comes in the middle of each pile. With twenty-sevethere will be nine in each pile and the fifth will be the middle card. Now when the person who selected the card uame3 the pile in which his card comes you will know it was the middle card of that pile With this knowledge in your possession you can finish the trick in anj manner you please. This is only a -- tatement o results, but what Is the explanation or reason for it? What is the rule that makes it always come out right, regardless of th" number of objects u.sed. so that it. is odd? New York Sun n e s n . Where the Fault Lay. newspaper man tell- - of a friend who edited, with mure or le- - success, a paper in a small town That he was ssmewbat discouraged In the lack of" Interest shown in hi, journal was evi- deuced by this notice which 'die imon appeared on the ditorial page: "Hurglars entered our house last tr'-h- t To the everlasting shame of the community for whose welfare we have ialiiired, be it said, they got nothing." H'irper's .Magazine A rl.si-ap- e Bewildered -- 1 Him. itt's The Across the Atlantic narrowest part of the Atlantic Is say. Weggie. I'm 'In an awfnl mess Miss Smart means to sue me for 'bweath of pwomise" or somethln' howwld like that" "Weally?" "Yaas. I said 1 was awfully sowwy not to ask her to mawwy me, but dad would cut me off If I did, and all she said was, 'You needn't imagine I'm the bind of a girl that accepts an apology for a man.' "New York Tribune. qnawME as-far- i DR.K1NCS ifwMfiPais - by Paull Drug Co. Ad e past '" -- .. .' r - iv $ .V' ' s Gradyville. THETADAIR COUNTY NEWS Pursuant to an act of the Genvisit to Kentucky during these weather at this time. eral Assembly of the Commojn-wealt- h Mr. Roach is and all years. of Kentucky, passed at Our farmers are complaining good has made . some wanu,n,nflm,mom sue formed us that he had been li v-ing in. Texas for the last twenty- four years, and had ma'de six - SPECIAL.. NOTICE - OF PRIMARY ELECTION. ' Lindsey-Wilso- n A Training Safe Place to Put Your Children. d School Vk JLmS&W of dry weather again. Tho3. Dowell spent a few days on his farm in Green county last week. Co- Miss Carrie Gris3om, of lumbia, spent several days of last week in our city with her s. relatives. James Q Diddle spent a day orso in Greensburg last week on business. Mr. and Mrs. Norman MorriV daughter spent son and and Sunday in Columbia. Miss Nell Hindman, of Columbia, visited Miss Maude Wilmore 1. Boys and Girls are Under our personal nis courts, basket ball floor, track, etc. last Saturday night and Sunday. care at all times. 5. Thorough courses. Our graduates enter n Dr. Bowling, the Edith. the best colleges and universities with2: New brick dormitories, electric lights, optician of Camner, spent a few UNITED STATES SENATOR, water works, baths, and steam heat. out Several from this neighbordays in our city last week and (Full Term.) hood have been attending the 3. Location healthful and beautiful. had a fine business. 6. Good moral and religious influences but JAMES B. McCREARY, meeting at Roley. 4. Ten acre campus, good athletic field, ten not sectarian. Richmond, Ky. J. A. Diddle is looking after his farming interest in Logan Little Miss Clarice Harmon A. 0. STANLEY. COURSES: Training, Normal, Intermediate, Primary, Book-keepin- g, Ex visited her uncle, Mr. Bruce county this week. Henderson, Ky. pression, Voice, Art. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Walker, White, of Neatsburg, last SaturJ. C. W. BECKHAM, Mrs. G. F. a Stults and Mrs. day. Compare our advantages with the best and our rates with the lowest. Frankfort, Ky. VBI Mrs. Puss Williams is spending Lee Grissom, of Columbia, atUNITED STATES SENATOR, For information address. this week with her granddaughtended services here last Sunday. (Unexpired Term) ter, Mrs. W. R. Knifley. n & Mr. W. C. Hill, the D. H. SMim, Mrs. Charlie Herriford, of traveling man for Pratts Stock Hodgenville, Ky. Columbia, Ky. Green county, is visiting reladays in Food, is spending a few BENNETT H. YOUNG, tives in this part for several in Louisville this week. While .Louisville, Ky. r$WM Sfl 3 81 ggfcli JMs3?S there he has an idea of buying days this week. JOHNSpNN. CAMDEN, AGENTS Standard Make, Roadsters, Touring Cars, Mr. J. L. Beard, from Casey an auto. He wants themachine anted every jttHjiUAt ml IH Versailles, Ky. Tracks. Rebuilt to "Atco" 1914 to make bis territory. Mr. Hill Creek, was through this part specifications. Car fare refunded JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS, looking after 'hogs. to out of town purchasers. thinks it will'be a time saver. SP'BOIDSTERS sPPw 3 ROLLIN HURT, Misse3 Mattie and Fannie The Weed base ball team J. P. HOBSON. crossed bats with the Pickett Evans were the pleasant guest 7Tr,rararargurLtu, AND RECEIVE THIS CAR ZAiJir(o)G(BOJLLlS H of Mrs. Valeria Campbell and f$2 75.00 BALANCE $27.50 MONTHLY Chapel team last Saturday, which REPUBLICAN BALLOT. Are FUU.Y EQUIPPED, Top. WindAre GUARANTEED FOR INE YEAS MUTT daughter, Miss Annie, last Sunresulted in a great 'victory for shield. Electric Horn . Genera tor.Tools . on the same tarns as jf Ft j31 AMERICA'S HIGHEST PRICED XCAtS. Pump, Imps, Tub; repair kit. A few weeks day. the Weed team. UNITED STATES SENATOR. CAPACITIES lTUfiPlV4 YttlftSFOR The singing at Tabernacle was ago the same team played the VHIfliUUHU.' A POSTAL lHJ (Full Term.) 650. 1000. 1500 & 2000 lbs. (One ton) 95 page illustrated" Book shows 71 make Cool Spring team which also re- enjoyed very much last Saturlattvf. Mclaughlin, : animodeh of "Atco" Rebuilt Cars. WORTH sulted in favor of Weed. The day night. Madisonville, Ky. OFFICES AND SALESROOM Mrs. Joe Tucker is spending boys down that way will have AUGUSTUS E. WILSON, 5923 Center Cvmxm TRUCKS to learn how to play before tack- this week at Roley and attendLouisville, Ky. ?G3&I5)QK3 RODS? MTTSBURGH.P. vSggj no ing the meeting. again. ling our "Hill Billies" RICHARD P. ERNST, Mr. J. R. Beard and two daugh Eugene Messrs. Robert and Covington, Ky. pin, of this community, last Wethington, Mr. John Bennett ters, Lela and Florence, were UNITED STATES SENATOR. week. and Ollie Willis left in an auto visitors at Mr. G. W. Rubarts (Unexpired Term.) Miss Flora Sanders, of for Clementsville and Columbia last Sunday. Cure the liver and you cure the bird. Nearly HENRY D. FITZPATRICK. all poultry troubles are due to a disordered liver- Bee Dee STOCK & Huston-villwho has been visiting Mr. James Allen, of last Friday afternoon. They exPOULTRY MEDICINE Thousands of poultry raisers who use it all year is a splendid Wm. MARSHALL BULLITT. round to keep their flocks in good health, highly trouble, roup cure for liver friends in this community, rewas in this neighborhood pect to return Sunday afternoon. and chicksa recommend cholera. Given regularly with the feed, in small turned home last Saturday acOn last Friday afternoon, we last week looking after cattle. doses, it also makss aa STOCK & POULTRY excellent tonic, PROGRESSIVE BALLOT. companied by her friend, Willie F. J. Stowe. Mr. Charlie Williams, wife surprised were very agreeably MEDICINE PurcelLOkh. Squires. to shake the hands of our friends and son, Lilburn, were the pleasIt's a Uver Medicine. 25c, 50c and $1. per ", Miss Maggie Piles, of IndianMr. and Mrs. Guy Breeding, of ant guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. UNITED STATES ENATOR. jAlso a strengthing Tonic. At yoar dealer's. ) (Full Term P. B. 5 apolis, visited her cousin, Mrs Texas, formerly of this county. Knifley last Sunday.' BURTONj-VANCHenry Squires, last week. Mr. Breeding informed us that Mr. B. T. Evans was in Co Louisville, Ky. they had just arrived. Had been lumbia last Monday. Miss Myrtle Wilcox, spent last GEO. W. JOLLY, only twelve days on the road week with her grandma, Mrs. so beautiful in the spring is dry Eld. J. B. Daniel failed to fill Public ' Owensboro, Ky. enough to burn. The leaves on Notice and made the trip through in an his regular appointment at Tab Henry Squires. auto. Mr. and Mrs. Breeding ernacle last Saturday and Sunday General BiacKsmlthing FOR CONGRESS..Miss Bertha Pulliam, of Exie, the shrubs in some yards seem are looking well and say they ' (Eighth District.) It makes one Bugsy, Carriage and Wa?on Ifcpairine neatly spent several days of la3t week almost cooked. Miss Sarah Grant visited at done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Special had a delightful time on the Mr. Spires Wednesday. think ofvthat Great Day thatis attention to Hor3a Shoeing:. Price3 right and WARNER W. JESSE, with Mr3. Alien Squires. satisfaction Guaranteed. coming, and who shall be able Shelbyville, Ky. road, while making the trip. A grand meeting which has WilShop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot. Misses Fannie and Lois They expect to remain here to sland. J. F. HOLrZCLAW, PHONE NO- 75 been in progress at Summershade liams spent from Saturday until about two or three months. Lancaster, Ky. niceOur school 13 progressing JEFF PARSON, church, for the past two weeks Monday with relatives on Casey my hand as Clerk of conducted by Rev. Calvin Chris- ly under the efficient manageWitness Campbellsvi'.le, Ky. The protracted services here Creek. conducted by Rev. E. W. Coak-le- y Mrs. Lena Knifley and sons, the Adair County Court this 16th tie and hi3 amiable wife, and so ment of Mis3 Maggie Cundiff. ably assisted by Rev. Henry T. and the pastor continues to Buford and Ray, Mrs. Puss Wil- day of July, 1914. Roy. Ii. Jl. WALKER BRYANT, Clerk. Speak, of Hartford, Ky.V came grow in interest. Up to this liams ana! Miss Shirley Williams Veterinary Surgeon . ft to a close on the 12th Inst., with time there has been several con- spent last Tuesday with Misses and Dontifat Wheat threshing is the order years experience. Special attention Summershade. 34 conversions. versions and the church as well Mattie and Fannie Evan's. It was wonderof the day in this community. given to Surgical and Dental work. as the community greatly revivful to listen to the Office at residence near Graded School CoMr. Mont Harmon was in The threshers are doing satis- building. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson sermons of those worthy- men of ed. lumbia last Saturday on business. PHONE NO. 7N factory work and everyone seems and little son, Davis, of Colum- God, who, like Jacob of old Lewi3 Moore, one of the Uncle Our teacher, Miss Sarah Col- bia, have been the welcome wrestled with God in prayer in to be pleased with their output oldest citizens of Weed, spent of wheat Corn is looking bet Mr. Paul Epperson one day last lins, visited her parents on Cas guests of their many friends and behalf of sinners. a few days here last week, at ey Creek, last week. recent showers. week. relatives in this neighborhood Threshing wheat is the order. ter since the tending services and visiting t We are sorry to report that Misses Elnor Royse and Ivy Miss Shirley Williams is spend- for the past week. of the day in this neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sparks. Epperson visited Miss Carrie Master Russell Holladay and liting this week with her sister, Mrs. Alfred Parson and The drouth still continues and wife and Mri, Ben Roach, Mrs. W. R. Knifley. daughter, Bertie, and little son, gardens are about cut out. The Willan, of Glensfork, Saturday tle Miss Maggie Roy have been daughter, of McGregor, TexsJ quite sick for a few days. Guy, of Gradyville, have been Irish potato crop is almost a fail- night anfl Sunday. a few days here last week Soldiers' Meeting. spent the welcome guests of Mrs. Par- ure. The scorching hot sun We are glad to hear that Rev. The respective schools in this Warren Sexton and visiting Mr. There will be an old soldiers meet- son's daughter, Mrs. Henry through the day gives the cornl S. P. Stapp will preach-a- t White community are being taught by family. While here Mr. Roach ing on their meeting ground at Weed Squires, also her son and wife, such a twist it scarcely untwists Oak the first Sunday in next the following teachers: Miss on Thursday and called in to see us and informed Adair Co., and 7th. All old Friday,, Estelle Willis, Rainfall; Miss soldiers of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dohoney, for through the night. Most of the month. Aug., 6tli us that all of th'e Kentucky peo- the Rebellion, of both flags, are invitMr. and Mrs. James Holladay Mary Williams, Pleasant Hill; the past week. springs and wells are almost dry are located near McGreg- ed to attend and take part. The ple that speakers are to be Eevs. T. M. Par-duMiss Emma Gilpin, qi and stock water is scarce where visited Mr. S. A. Epperson and Mr. Everett Allison, Providence; or 'are getting along nicely, with W. Furkin and L. J. E. Scott, J. and Miss Bessie Epperson, Con-ovs, people do visited Mrs. J. A. hot live near Russell wife the first of the week. of this worlds goods to F. Payne. All Soldiers . free to speak.' plenty school. and also Mrs. Millie Gil- - Creek. The grass which put up T. G. Coffey, Chair. Mr. John Jeffries was to see in-make life happy. He also last-Saturday J fellow and around a success in his life. We are always glad to meet with our old Kentucky people and to know that they made a success in life. They will remain here for a month or so. Died, at Wichita Texas, a few days ago, Mrs. Wm. Singleton,' with a complication of diseases. She was a resident of this community, being a daughter of the 1912 session and approved by the Governor of the Commonwealth, providing for the nomination of candidates for office by the political parties and for placing the names of the candis, dates to be voted for on the I Walker Bryant, Clerk of the Adair County Court, do certi fy that the following persons have qualified, as the law provides, as candidates to be voted William Gowen.who died a num- for in the primary election to be ber of years ago. She is also a held on SATURDAY, AUGUST sister of Squire Tom Gowen, of 1, 1914, and that their names this community, and Mrs. Joseph and positions on the ballots will Viers, of the Cool Springs comappear in the following manner. munity. 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