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The subject of this notice was, comparatively speaking, a stranger in Adair county though ne lived in Columbia the last eight years of his life. He was a very quiet, unassuming man, but those who were intimately associated with him say that he possessed a good education, and his deportment indicated that he was a man who had been well reared and who had seen better days. He was born and reared in the state of New York, coming to Kentucky and to Cumberland county during the oil excitement in that locality. Eight years ago lie came to Columbia and for a year or two after his arrival he worked in gardens and did other light jobs for various families. He was afflicted and live or sis years ago Eld. Z. T. Williams gave him a home at his residence where he remained until his death, receiving the best of treatment. He was a member of the Christian church, and attended services regularly, not only at his own house of worship, but other churches as long as he was able to leave his room. He was poor in purse, but a consecrated Christian gentleman, one who was ready to meet his God. The funeral services were held at the Christian church Tuesday afternoon, conducted by his pastor, Eld. 7.. T. Williams, who paid a tribute to the life and character of this wayfarer, wlio came to Columbia and fell of friends, who cared into for and who saw that he was decentlj buried in the city cemetery. He was years old. He had about fifty-seve- n none oCthis world's goods, but a crown of righteousness awaited him in the home beyond the skies the-bauds The Adair County High School. The boys and girls of the country districts are entitled to just as good an education as the boys and girls of the cities and towns. Some of our best citizens come from the rural districts. It is in the rural districts that we find blood. The the purest anglo-saxoDeople of however, who are making the greatest success are those who prepared themselves best. Just living in the country or in the town, in itself, does not make a successful man or woman. The young people must make preparation for the coming conllicts of life. Our lawmakers have seen fit to arrange matters so that every boy and girl would have a chance to make this preparation. They have arranged for the free education of every boy and girl from the "rural school, through high school and on through universities or state normal n Personals. bus-nes- Mr. F. C. Brase, of Cairo, 111., was Mrs- - M. O. Stevenson, who lives two s. here several days of last week on miles out of town, has been very sick for the past week. Mrs. Ben O'Rear and Mrs. Louie Mr. J. A. Wilmore and his brother, Allen, Chattanooga, Tenn., are visit- Austin, were here from Grady ville last ing at the home of Mr. Walter Elrod. Friday. The Former is an attorney Misses Annabelle Hankins, Louis- and lives at Lexington. ville, Julia Allen, Danville, will visit Attorney General, James Garnetfc, Misses Mary Lucy and Leonora Lowe was at home from Friday night until this week. Tuesday afternoon. Mr. R. Mont Feese, wife and two Mr. M. children, Somerset, arrived in Co- Louisville R.iYarberry arrived from. Friday night and remained lumbia last Monday afrernoon, to until after the primary. spend several weeks. Mr. M. Cravens came home bo par-Mrs. L. J. Rosenfield, of Louisville, ticipate in the primary. is a guest of Mrs. Jo Rosenfield and Mr. Tim B. Cravens was in Louisfrmily. ville a day oi two of last week. Mr. Arthur Rhorer, of Middlesboro, Miss Mary Breeding, who has been accompanied Gov. J. C. W. Beckham school. to Columbia, and was with his friends with a sister, in Lincoln county, for In this county, every boy and girl the past two mouths, returned homo here during the day last Tuesday. from our rural districts has a chance last Thursday morning. Mrs. R. B. Cowherd aud cliildren, to attend high school free the same Mrs Sarah A. Miller, Crocus, visitCampbellsville, are visiting her sister, chance that the boys and girls in town ed her daughters. Mrs Ballard and Mrs. Ed Butler, near town. have. Will they take advantage of Mrs. II. N. Miller, aud son, Dr. S. P. this? If your boy or girl is ready for Prof. R. T. Hinton, a member of Miller, last week. high school, all that is necessary for the faculty, Georgetown College, was Mr. Jesse Coe of Burkesville, mada admission is, have your home teacher here last week in the interest of the a business trip to Columbia last recommend you to the County Superinstitution. Thursday. intendent of the high school, or come Mr. A. C. Hill, Glasgow, was here yourself and see either the County Messrs. G. M. Smith and James last Wednesday. Superintendent or Superintendent of Glidewell, Burkesvil'e, were here last Mr. J. W. Saltsman, New Hope, the High School and make arrangeFriday. made a business trip to this, place last ments for entering. No examination Mr. G. R. Holt, Campbellsville, was week. this year will be required, if the qualihere a few days ago. fications cf the boy or girl seem suffMr. G. B. Young, Burkesville. came icient for doing the high school work. He wins m this Appellate district, over Judge J. P. Hobson, by about up to the speaking. Mr. O. C. Pace, Lebanon, was in Columbia last Thursday. , Why could not each district in Adair 4,000 majority. Mr.. Reed Caldwell, Burdick, was county fnrnish at least one high Mr. O. C. Hamilton arrived from,. here with a delegation last Tuesday. schqol pupil to the county high school? Frankfort Friday voted Saturday and Messrs. S. E. Kerr, W. I. Meader, BurKesville Weddings. Let's iave our rural teachers and trus;TJi.c Graded School Faculty. R G. and Leslie Graves, Campbells- returned to the capital. tees this year see if we can not at Mr. F. W. Shirley and 2 wife, ville, were here at the Beckham least get one pupil ready for high Tuesday evening of last week, Vr. W. M Wilson, Superintendent. Texas, are visiting relatives speaking Mr. Zach Samuels Dead. school. v The Adair County High W. A. Keen, a prominent miller, and Miss Pearl Nave, High School Pnu. in the Militown and Gradyvilie caun.-- .. School is just as much a part of the Messrs. J. N. Meadows, Rev. D. T. young lady who Miss Myrtle Hawkins, Grades 7 try. county school system as any school in Miss Allie Smith, a Tarter ana LiUther Scholl were among Last Friday afternoon, about 1 o' the has many admirers, were married in aud 8. count', and each citizen of the Mr. Paul Waggener. Louisville, is presence of a few clock, Mr. Zach Samuels, who was Miss Helen Atkinson, Grades 5 and the Russell county delegation. county should feel a personal interest Burkesvilla in the visiting relativies here. special friends. known to a great many people in in 6. Mr. W. W. Owens, Longstreet, had it. One writer has said: "Our pubOn Wednesday evening following, Mr. aud Mrs. R. F. Paull, Miss Al Miss Evelyn Clark, Grades 3 and 4. Adair county, died at his late home lic schools are the looms and our teacha front seat, and from the way he near Glenvilie. In the war of the re- ers 1 and 2. Mr, J, H. Coe, County Court Clerk of Miss Sue F. Kiug, Grades smiled every body knew that he was ice Walker and Mr. Fred Hill left weave the wonthe weavers Cumberland county, and Miss Gladys bellion he served in the Federal array, drous destiny of that this, (Tuesday morning,) for Lexingwell pleased. the nation." 13th Kentucky Infantry, Capt. O. B. Jones, daughter of Mr J. D. Jones, ton and Louisville to spend a few days. Contest Over. Mr. Robert Ingram, J. L. Hale, and B e vere happily married. All the parties School begins August 31st. They will visit Mrs. Dixon, Mrs. Patteson's company. He was seventy-nM. H. Bernard were here from Rusn years old the 30th of last Ap- ready to enter then. No new classes are ine throughout CumberPaull's sister and also attend the sell Springs. The Judges decided I am selling ril, ne was born in Rockcastle coun- in high school are organized except at land county, and are popular in their Bluegrass fair The return trip from, the'easiest pump on the market. They ty, but his life, from his infancy, was the beginning of the school term in home town. Sheriff S. H. Mitchell, County Clerk Louisville will be made next Monday. "September. The school is graded. A were not influenced, in any way. Ev- Walker Bryant and Attorney L. 6. Mr. Paull's Ford will be used for spent in Adair county. the ery one that uses ray pump say the de- Winfrey met Gov. Beckham with an trip. definite amount of work is set apart Marriage Licenses. He was a zealous Mason, member of cision" is fair. auto at Campbellsville, and Attorney ofGlensfork Lodge, and was buried for accomplishing each year. A pupil t S. F. Eubank. knows where he stands at any time Gordon Montgomery, Editor Harris with the usual formalities of the orMr Walker Bryant, County Court Bad Accident. and Chairman Titus Mercer accompader. As a soldier, he was valiant, as and knows exactly what is before him completion. high school Clerk, issued the following marriage May Have Beer, the Judge Himself. nied him as far as Lebanon on his reThe a citizen, upright in all his transac- for many friends will regret work this year will be better arranged licenses during the month of July: turn. tions. His Last Sunday afternoon Mr. Rollia J. B Brown to Susan Harvey. and better taken care of, and more to hear of his passing. Cundiffantl Miss Clara Stotts were reMr. J. D Allen, of Burkesville, visThe following true snake story, Veston Holt to Emma Bragg. time devoted to it than at any time lated by Captain Ilerndou of Lancas ited in Columbia a few days of last leaving Milltown in a buggy. In debefore. A Frightful Accident. scending a Hill the horse became ter, to our worthy former fellow week. Boys and girls, duty is calling you to scared and started at full speed. The townsman, T. R. Stults: Mr. S. N. Hancock left for his home, make better preparation. The State, occupants were thrown from the vehiA youug man. of convivial habits of A frifhtful accident occured on the the county and your home community Elida, New Mexico, last Thursday the noted place; Pepperville, set his morning. His brother; Geo. W. Han- cle, Miss Stotts getting an arm broken. public square last Friday afternoon need you with a full and complete A physician was called and reduced empty, jug on a narrow shelf, and about 2:30 o'clock. cock accompanied him, to be absent armour. The school wants you. If the fracture, but it will be several went;to bed with his boots on. Early several montlis. Mr. W. H. Gill and Dr. R. Y. Hind-ma- n you are going to make the most and weeks before the broken arm can ba next morning he was awakened by the had just entered the square, seat- best of this life, make the best prepa-tioMiss Mary Chandler, one of Colum- used. a bumping, rythmic sound, and on ed in a buggy, driving a horse belongMore is required of this generalooking dreamily out, he saw his jug bia's best young Ladies, who has been Mr. T E Waggener. There tion than of any generation in the Some people unthoughtedly leave ing to going through all the mazes of a giddy on an extended visit to Horse Cave, their teams unhitched g was a upon the machine just in past. Never put off till waltz with a. large black snake. He Hopkinsville and other points in square, and if they tre not more carefront of them, and it is supposed that what you can do today. at once and of course jumped to the "Western Kentucky, returned home a ful a serious accident will likely ba the animal got scared at the rattling conclusion that he had 'em. He jerk- few days ago. of the machine, and the horse started the result. Automobiles are running ed his bead under the cover but the For Sale. Prof. R. R Moss, who was in almost constantly, and it is dangerous in a fast run. sound continued without ceasing, and Clinton and adjoining counties last to leave'teams loose on the streets or. Mr. Gill was driving and he tried to he yejled accordingly. week, reports that he met with fine the square. Last week two or three force the animal up to the courtForty-fiv- e acres of land, lying near When his friends' rushed in, they encouragement, and that a number of teams made an effort to run and house, and in doing so the buggy was Dr. S. P. Miller's farm, four miles found that the snake had swllowed pupils will be in the Lindsey-Wilso- n upset. Mr. Gill held on to the reins from Columbia, under fence,, some with some difficulty they were an egg oil one side of the jug and be- as.a result of the trip. checked. and the horse was finally stopped. Dr. fruit, tine spring. ing unable to pass around the jug, Hindman jumped from tho buggy, Mr. John Q. Alexander called to see F. C. Brase, Cairo, 111. R. F. D. passed through the handle and swalFor Sale. bursting his left knee cap 40-his mercantile, friends last week. lowed another egg on the other side Mr. Gill was not seriously hurt, but Sixty-acrof the jug, and being unable proceed Miss Cordelia Spaulding, of Lebfarm, on Gradyvilie road, Dr. Hindman will probably be laid up Married at Griffin Springs. or recede, the snake, jug and all had anon, visiped Mrs. C. M. Russell last one and a half miles from Columbia. several weeks. ELD. J, STAFFORD. fallen to the floor and were cutting week. Forty acres in cultivation, tnenty-fiv- e shines. Accordiug to the Judge, that Misses Vnia aud Verta Mooreman, acres in meadow. Convenient to town Mr. Ewing Stults, son of Mr. T. R Last Thursday afternoon at G o'clock, The brick meeting house, known as Stults, has been appointed special Mr. Frank Garrison, a young man. of Mount Gilead, and belonging to the young man still sets 'em up when of ChicagoIll., cousins of Mrs. Willie and Graded School. An ideal opporwaltz is Hin'es, arevisitiug in Columbia. agent of the Continental Fire Insur- excellent character, a member of the Christian Church, is now undergoing ever the famous snake-jutunity for a cheap home. On the mentioned. ance Company for the State of Ten- firm of Garrjson Bros., this place, and thorough repairs by neighbors and the farm is a reasonably good house, two Catletts-burMr. and Mrs. E. P. Harris, nessee. Mr. Stults has been connect- Miss Effle barns and a good well. who spent a week with Mrs. Pollard, daughter of Mr. kindred and friends of the worshipers ed with the company for some time: and Mrs. Creed Pollard, who live near of many years ago A series of meetAlso in the town of Columbia two For Sale. Harris' father, Mr. W. A. Hindman, making a very efficient agent, and his Milltown, were married at Griffiiu ings will begin cottages, conveniently located. One were entertained at the home of Mrs. at this Church, conpromotion is a compliment to a worthy Springs, the ceremony being impress- ducted by J. Stafford, begiuning on Mary Caldwell, this city, last Thurs- is a six room building, the other con- -' lhaveastock:of goods, store-hous- e gentleman, not only appreciated by ively said by Rev. J. S. Chandler, pas- j Saturday night, August 8th, and will and lots, good residence, barns, etc., day. On Friday morning they left taining five rooms. Will make a sacrihimself, but by allhisold.home people. tor of the Methodist Church, this coniinue for several days. The pub- located at Merricac, Taylor county, all for their home, accompanied by Miss fice for quick sales. His headquarters is Knoxville. Huh Richardson, place. The attendants were 'Mr. Er- lic is cordially invited to attend. well watered. Also a farm of 95 acres, Mollie Caldwell, who will be their Columbia, Ky. 30 acres in cultivation, 20 acres of new guest for the next five or six weeks. nest Harris and Miss Creel Nell. ImM. Russell entertained last mediately Mrs. C. after the ceremony the Mr. E. G. Hard wick, the sounty sur- ground. Also one farm of 200 acres, Mr. C. E. McClellau, of Burkesville, Irru recent issue we stated that Friday evening in honor of Miss Corwedding party left for Columbia veyor, has gone from home, on a busi mostly unimproved, for sale. The store- was here last Thursday. Mrs. W. R. Myers gave a picnic at delia Spaulding, of Lebanou There ness trip, to be absent tour months. house is a splendid stand to sell goods, were music and refreshments. Those where the couple will reside. Miss Mary Miller has returned from Gr'tfin Springs to a number of young This paper and their many friends He has appointed Mr. J. N Coffey, of and the lots are so situated as to make - Mr. Ray Flowers, Miss people of Columbia. The statement present were:this place, chief deputy, who will have them well suited for a person who the Bowling Green State Normal. extend best wishes. as to who gave the picnic was a misJennye McFarland; Mr. Romle Jcdd, charge of the county surveying. Mr. wants to handle stock, and sell goods. Mr. T. J. Lawhorn, Secretary of take. It was Mrs .Fred Myers, who Miss Mabel Atkins; Mr. Fred Hill, F. H-- Durhan, Columbia, Ky , the Burkesville Fair, was here a few entertainedthe young folks. Mrs. Clayton, who was the mother Coffey is a very competent man. Miss Madge Rosenfield; Mr. J. W. t. or Merrimac, Ky. days of last week. Flowers, Miss Mary GrissomrMr.Thos. of Mr. J. P. Clayton, who lives near J. W. Voils & Co have threshed Montpelier, died at Creelsboro last For Sale. Mr. Ralph Hurt, who has been takJudd, Miss Cary Rosenfield. over eighteen thousand bushels of If you want to buy a piano, see Mrs ing music at Harrogate, Tenn., re ;.tv3, "Wednesday and was buried on Thurswheat in the last two weeks, one half G. W. Lowe, who is the agent for D. Household Furniture for sale1, cheap Wednesday night. Mr. Brack Massie, who lost his barn day She was a highly respected lady. in Adair the other in Russell. Mr. H. Baldwin & Co. Mrs. Lowe has a turned home last ' Cary Rosenfield, who attended Practically new and at a bargaip.- . ' and a lot of provender, by fire, last V.oils states that the Adair county card in The News this week, and she Miss. 40-tG'. P. S my the. Mrs! The Parlor Circle will open next wheat is the best he ev,er threshed in would W pleased. if her friends would the same conservatory, returned Sunday week, reported in our last isThursday afternoon. sue, estimates his loss at $1,500. It Thursday night and will continue eighteen years experience. consult her before buying. She also See Geo. E. Wilson, Columbia KyM was one of the best barnes in 'Adair twice a week through the fall and Miss Eosa Hyde, who has been in for Singer Sewing Machines and sup- -. sells the piano player, and we feel Denney & Walker struck a fine sura that any instrument she. may sell Bowling Gretn, Jeffersonvill, Ind., and plies. winter. Good pictures. Every body ' county. - 40-t: i will be ready. of water for Mr. Bruce Mont- will give Satisfaction. Her strem Louisville for several weeks, returned Be' at the: Parlor Circle Thursday" gomery at a depth of sixty-tw- o feet. Mr. J B. Barbee went to Indiana is Columbia, Ky; home last Thursday. ' Mr. J. B Barbee has . just had his . and Saturday nights. . last week and purchased a lot of hay Taylor, Metcalfe and Green, ..Tuning, JBeguTatidg and rep.air.ing Rev.L S. Chandler arid his xesldence .repainted which adds greatRussell, and corn for a feed.stoe that he will aggie, spenfc'a few days at Adair county institute wlll.opean yvork opea in Campbellsville th'e first week ly to its appearance. The work was coonties" were wel represented here; pianos'nd organs. First-clas' Griffin Springs last week. Messrs. J'. A. and Will Youug, iljeday ofthe.BeckjiamsiieaK16ir. next Monday. done by J. W. flicks, Columbia,; K.1 39rtf: in August. Mr. Louis Goodman, Glasgow, and Master Stanley Schuster, of Louisville, nephews of Mrs Sam Lewis, were in Columbia last Friday. JUDGE R0LLIN HURT k , -- m UI well-know- 40-2- -- n. well-borin- . 2t e g g, 38-fc- .'17-4- -- f. -- f, post-offic- e u- - .trA' daugh-ter,.Mss.- M s, t: h TV --- . - . :..' c. ''' . ( , A jy THE ADAIR BOUNTY NEWS The Government will monopSummer colds are dangerous. They olize the business of supplying date. indicate low vitality and often lead coal and provisions and operatto serious Throat and Lung Troubles, Just as dry and dusty as ever. including Consumption. Dr. King's ing repair facilities. Bourbon and Boyle counties 2Tew Discovery will relieve the cough One of the largest business or cold promptly and prevent compliGreat dry docks, wharves, will not hold fairs this year, on consolidations ever perfected in cations. It is soothing and antiseptic and makes you feel better at once. To account of the dry weather and this section of the state was warehouses, repair shops, and delay is dangerous get a bottle of made known last week, when other facilities to cost $0,000,0000 Dr. King's New Discovery at once the failure of the crops. Money back if not satisfied. 50c and Orchard grass seems to be the Cumberland Grocery Com- are under construction. 51.00 bottles at your Druggist. Paull All permanent buildings will Drug Co. Ad. about the most reliable crop for pany and the George P. Taylor All farmers. Many who have Company, merged. The Cumber- of the Italian Renaissance style the Capturing Live Aligators. The route of passed this up heretofore will land Grocery Company is capi- of architecture. Shooting alligators is a tame try it from now on. talized at $300,000, and has the canal will be beautified with compared with the business The McLeod farm in Bourbon branches at Monticello, Burn-sid- trees, etc. methods of capturing them emSomerset, Junction City, county near Paris, sold for $165 Storage for 450,000 tons of ployed by a Mr. Lee, of North an acre last week. There seems Lebanon and Glasgow. The coal, maximum capacity, is prooff, Queensland, Australia. With values George P. Taylor company is the vided. Normal storage capacity to be no decrease in land lasso and dofs he captures them oldest produce house in the is 37,000 tons. Oil, 160,000 in the alive, but it is perilous and exif Large applications of potash mountains of Kentucky, and its citing business. There is no dish in most soils business runs the hundreds of an alligator likes so much as a may not be needed About Cutting Tobacco. growing of vegetables. thousands, Its main office is at nice dof, and knowing the rep- for the lighter soils, no doubt, re- Burnside, with branch houses tile's weakness in this respect, The Forty-nin- e years ago I began quire the most liberal applica- at Albany, Burkesville and SomMr. Lee baits his trap with a erset. W. J. Davidson is pres- growing tobacco. A few years yelping canine, who, however, tions of this element. ident of the Cumberland Grocer-- y later I decided that there were Reappearance of "black leg" suffers no injury. Company, and N. I. Taylor is certain days better than others On the sloping bank of a creek in Campbell county has aroused treasurer and president of the on which to cut tobacco for it to infested with alligators Mr. Lee farmers near California. It is re- George P. Taylor Company. cure up nicely and have a rich, constructs a trap, consisting of a ported cattle are dying despite There will be no changes in the waxy and heavy body. To find barrier composed of sticks and vaccination. State officials are management on account of the out the way to tell these dates, brushwood, with a small hole investigating. bought a wedding ring and enconsolidation. -- Stanford Journal. and to tell them ahead has been Ii. H. On June 15 the average price like the entrance to a kennel. gaged a clergyman. The wed- Veterinary Surgeon a hard job, but I was finally sucConstipation causes sickness. and Dentist of meat animals, hogs, cattle, Behind the barries he places a uujg was tuiiaveueeii psriunneu. oue'jiai attention cessful. catocApeneuce. and Dental work. Don't permit yourself to become dog as bait, and the barking of sheep and chickens was $7.22 constipated, as your system immediSurgical On the day following MiS3Moores! given To explain, let me say that Office at residence near Graded School disappearance. the animal soon attracts the at- per 100 pounds, compared with ately begins to absorb poison from the building. backed up waste matter. Use Dr. tobacco has an oily substance PHONE NO. 7N tention of one of the reptiles. As $7.19 on June 15 a year ago, $6.-2- 7 King's New Life Pills and keep well. Somehow or other George which is its natural possession. two years ago. $5.45 three There is no better safeguard against Kunz, of Lynchburg, who had it scrambles towards the barrier illness. Just take one dose It has a sap (water) like other Kentucky Fair Dates. the dog, which has been trained years ago and $7.29 four years 25c. at Paull Drug Co. Ad. been paying attention to Miss vegetation. When the sap raisMoore, heard of the prospective for the purpose, flies out and at- ago, The following are the dates Panama Canal Facts. es, it runs the oil out through marriage and hurried north as fixed for holding the Kentucky tacks the reptile, while Mr. Lee Receipts of live stock at the the pores of the leaves, on the hurles a lasso oves the alligator's Chicago market last week were: fast as a train could carry him, Fairs forJ1914, as far as reported. Time required to go through principle that oil and water .head ere it has time to retreat. accompanied by a friend They Officers of fairs are requested to 30,095 cattle, 5,000 calves, 93,-2the canal, from 10 to 12 hours. won't mix, and oil being the Whipping the other end around visited the Paight home, where report to uslany omissions or corhogs and 71,418 sheep. On lighter is pushed out by the sap. Miss Moore was a guest and rections of dates: a tree and securing it, Mr. Lee the corresponding week of last Freight will be charged $1.20 Tobacco cut and cured in this armed with a forked stick at year the receipts at that market a ton; passengers are free. Kunz talked with her a few minTaylorsville, Aug. days. State will be light and "chaffy" The canal will save 8,000 miles to a rope with a running were 31,376 cattle, 5,640 calves, utes. tached Mt. Vernon, Aug. days. you see, there is nothing but sap noose, tries to thrust it into the 116,724 hogs and 88,719 sheep. . between New York and San On the day following, the Leitchfield, Aug. 114 days. in the tobacco and when cured young man met the girl with an Perryville, Aug. alligator's mouth. Every moment The Live Stock World reports Francisco. 123 days. this sap is gone. It evaporates automobile and hurried to Port there is the danger of being the average price of good steers New York is brought 5,000 Vanceburg, Aug. 12 4 days. and leaves the tobacco light and seriously injured, if not killed, on the Chicago market last week miles nearer Valparaiso and the Chester, N. Y., where Kunz and Burkesville Aug. 114 days. worthless. But to cut tobacco S)y a sweep of the powerful tail, Miss Moore were married. The Hardinsburg, Aug. 184 days. was $9.05, the highest average West coast of South America. when the sap is down and the Shepherdsville, Aug. 184 or crushed in the reptile's jaws. on record. For the correspondlatter sent back word to Mrs. Our Atlantic seaports are 4,000 oil has full sway, you can cure it days. Paight that she was sorry for Sometimes the struggle continues ing week in recent years the av- miles nearer Australia. up nicely and with a heavy body. Fred, but she had married the over an hour, but once the stick erages for steers were for 1913, The distance to the Philippine Stanford, Aug. 19 3 days. It will be rich and "waxy." man she loved best. Lawrenceburg, Aug. 19 4 is thrust into the mouth of the $8.40; for 1912, $8.15; for 1911, islands is not reduced materially. This happens because the tobacdays. exhausted alligator the rest is $6.15; for 1910, $7.30; for 1909, Bulk products, like wheat, co is full of oil instead of sap, Fuel of the Future. comparatively easy. The jaws $6.50. Elizabethtown, Aug. 253 lumber, minerals, wool, and hides and the oil can't evaporate and days. and tail are rapidly trussed up The average prices for live will get 'lower freight rates remains in the leaf to make it One of the most important with the rope, and the monster Grayson, Aug. 294 days. stock on the Chicago market through the canal from Pacific rich and heavy. lies helpless. commercial problems that the Shelbyville. Aug. 263 days. last week as complied by the ports. It has been my experience that To Mr. Lee belongs the credit Drovers' Journal, were: Cattle, days. Eastern machinery, textiles, we must cut tobacco when there world will have to face in the Frankfort, Sept. of having caught alive in this $8.95; hogs, $8.60; sheep, $5.40 days. manufacturers, and finished is oil in it, if we expect to have near future is that of the supply Alexandria, faept. fashion the largest alligator in corre- products will enjoy cheaper and lambs, $9.00. For the of fuel oils. The automobile, the Barboursville, Sept. rates oil in it when cured. For days. Australia. The capture was made sponding week of last year the to Pacific ports. you have experienced cut- motorboat and the immense numTompkins ville, Sept. days. when executing an order for a averages hogs, were cattle,$8.35; Staple products of the South, ting one week and have excel- ber of stationary engines that Hodgensville, Sept. days. Jive alligator for a firm in Mellambs, $9.00; sheep, $4.40; and cotton, iron, coal, lumber, and lent luck and then cut a few now U3e gasoline have made the Scottsville, Sept. 103 days. bourne. Though the tip of its $7.70. days later, probably off the same demand for that fuel four times Kentucky State Fair, Louistail was missing, the reptile still H. S. Caywood, of Bourbon, ship supplies will have similar advantages to the Orient and piece of ground and with riper ville, Sept. 146 days. showed a length of 17 feet 6 bought as great as it was a few years past few days within the tobacco, and have no luck at all. Pacific ports. Horse Cave, Sept. 234 days. inches. ago. The increase in production county, for Swift & in Madison Pennyroyal Fair, Hopkinsville, I shall be pleased to answer Immigration will be defected Mr. Lee's expertness in catchnot kept pace with the depackers, 700 head of has Sept 29- -5 days.' in larger numbers from New any correspondence from to ing alligators recently led to a prices ranging cattle at Glasgow, Sept. 304 days. baccogrowers who may want to- - mand. Prof. Vivian B. Lewes, bet that he would not recapture beef York to Pacific ports. to $8.50 per hundred of the Greenwich Royal . Naval one 16J feet long, which he had from $7.75 The cost of operating the canal writeme, provided postage is sent sold to the layer of the bet, in pounds. The purchase of the college, says that the stores Yours truly, will we exceed $4,000,000 an- for reply. expense in running, and lessens i:en minutes. Mr. Lee accepted entire lot of cattle represents an of petroleum, coal, and shale in D. V. Davis, nually. the weight of the engine. AI; the challenge, the alligator was outlay of about $75,000. Fork, N. C. the world are being rapidly deAbout 2,500 employes will be set free in a creek, and Mr. Lee pleted, and that it will not be though the ca lorific value of such by his sons, caught it lime placed in a required. assisted A saucerful of that long before we shall have to a mixture is only Elopes With Old Lover. within five minutes. will act as a disindamp closet To pay interest on the investturn to alcohol. He believes of gasoline, the smaller amount and absorb dampness. ment and operating expenses apfectant Good Season for his Enthuiasm. Changing her mind at the elev- that alcohol, denatured with ten of air required for combustion, lime should be renewed proximately $15,000,000 revenue When a man has suffered for sever- The enth hour, Miss Ruby Moore, 20 per cent., of benzol and a trace the increased explosive range of al days with colic, diarrhoea or other once in two weeks or as often as per annum will be needed. form of bowel complaint and is then years old, a student in a school of anilin dye, will give a motor the mixture, and the fact that cured sound and well by one or two it slakes. Traffic experts estimate that for nurses at Lynchburg, Va., fuel that is safer and pleasanter doses of Chamberlaiu.s Colic, Cholera higher compression could be :aisd Diarrhoea Remedy, as is often for the first few years the eloped with the man that she to use than gasoline, and that How the Trouble Starts. the case, it is but natural that he used in the cylinder, all combine Constipation is the cause of many average annual tonnage will be really loved, and Frederick gives off less offensive exhaust ishould be enthusiastic in his praise of the remedy, and especially is this the ailments and disorders that make life 10,000,000 tons, not enough at Paight, an estimable young man gases. Moreover, the heat en- to make alcohol the ideal fuel for case of a severe attack when life is miserable. Take Chamberlain's Tabmotors. There is no chance that threatened. Try it when in need of lets, keep your bowels regular and will the $1.20 rate to make the canal of Stamford, Conn., is heartbro- - gendered renders diseases. For sale by Asuch a remedy. lb never fails. Sold avoid these Ad. less necessary, and thus saves the supply will ever run short. y Paull Drug Co. Ad. Paull Drug Co. ken. Se had turnisnea a Home, bummer Coughs are Dangerous. Of Interest to Farmers. Two Big Firms Consoli Special Notice Persons Who Are Behind e, One Year on our Subscription Books Will have to Come Under blue-gras- s. the Law, not Paid at once The Government Will Not carry Papers in thr Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year JOflES I to-nigh- t. 97 43 53 in-stac- e, 14 15 23 24 83 Co.,-mea- t six-tent-hs -- water-jacketi- ng self-supportin- g. 1 v.. . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS --- - - v - v for three or four months. Sev- Price of Meat. I $ V Let Us Reason Together Was a Wise Old Saying and that is exacty what I want us to do I want every FARMER who has Sheep, to investigate my work, and see if this is not the place for you to bring or ship your WOOL to get the best VALUE for ifc. Jfow if you don't want your Wool Manufactured, I will pay you the BEST HOME MARKET PRICE, for I need every pound of Wool I can get. I am trying to represent the old fashiond goods like our mothers used to make, in the manufacture of Blank- ets, Flannels, Lincy, Jeans, Yarnes, Etc Let me hear from your Wool this season any way. Goods shipped cheap by mail anywhere. to-da- y. I eral cases of typhoid feyer were reported of, which no record was kept. In several camps the committee found that convicts stripped naked before the lash was applied, and that many of them were whipped to limit of endurance. OUND THE WORLD NEWS OF SFQRTING WORLD Jeff Tesreau Coming Along In Great Form. $ Farmers Woolen Mills, P. O. Jamestown, Ky. c E. L. REECE, Mgr. Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. (X4X4xS.-fe$- &Sx$vSx&&w&fevs Remarkable Cure of Dysentery. "I was attacked with dysentery pf about July 15th, and used the doctors V medicine and other remedies with no relief, only getting worse all the time. , I was unable to do anything and my 145 to 125 X weight dropped fromtwo monthspounds suffered for about I when I was advised to use Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. So far so good. But this ex I used two bottles of it and it gave me permanent relief, writes B. W. planation does not wholly exHill, of Snow Hill, N. C. For sale by plain. There are being importPaull Drug Co. Ad. V V There was a sharp rise the first of the week in the retail There are 17G colleges in British Inprice of meat in all the laige cit- dia. Egypt and Sweden now have women ies of the country. The daily Judges. Over 13.000 persons are training for report of the Chicago cattle mar- teaching in India. ket showed that the price of ofCincinnati has annexed the suburb Rensselaer Park. Most of the type used by Chinese beef on the hoof advanced until printers is made in Japan. choice beeves were quoted at 10 Cleveland has appointed a woman police officer to patrol parks. cents a hundred pounds, and hogs In Tasmania dentists are forbidden at 9 cents, the highest prices on by law from any form of advertising. Ceylon is endeavoring to produce record. Stock yard men explain- enough sugar for home consumption. Chicago will employ prisoners In ed that the rise in price was due house of- correction at broom making, to both scarcity of cattle and etc. Pittsburgh prohibits acceptance or use of baseball passes by city employof grazing. - ees. Philadelphia now has a church bullying in which four sects unite in sefj ices. Hungary's insane are said to be sa5 ly neglected in badly conducted asy- 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 ed every month approximately lums. Atlanta will give women places on 10,000,000 pounds of Argentine its park, library, health and school beef. Outside of the ports of boards. Baltimore is preparing to hold nest Corn is looking better, as we September a "Star Spangled Banner" entry the price of this beef is the have had some very refreshing centennial. same as that of the American Sixty million tons of coal were needrecently. Craycraft. rains Silver Seal Paints Finishes, Stains Varnishes and 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. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blair were visiting relatives at Glensfork, last week. Mr. Ernest Burton and family were visiting at Mr. G. T. Bryant's, Sunday. The singing at Concord, Sunday night, was well attended and a success. Messrs. G. L. Blair, C. L. Murreil and Anderson Murrell Kentucky Paint (Incorporated) 513 W. Market M' Company, St. LOUISVILLE, KY. attended the singing atZion Sunday afternoon, and reported a nice time. 0. G. HARDWiCX. Pres. J. B. COCKF, V. Pres.; ! . DIETZHAN. See J W. T.Pyne Mill & Supply ESTABLISHED 1861 Co. The Ozark and Pellham ball teams will cross bats at Wilson's Store, Saturday afternoon. Rev. James Sullivan preached two good sermons at Clear - INCORPORATED 1880 ramnw$iGHTS 1301 TfilRTeeNTft-MMN. DEALERS'lN I mflCHiNiSTS LOWSVILLe Spring, Saturday night and day morning. t Sun- ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS 1 ,. Mrs. M. D. Grider and Miss Nannie Grider, were visiting at Mr. Charlie Calhouns in Russell Burglars county, this week. Moonlight Schools in Lincoln. In the retail market generally no difference is made between imported and native beef, so far as price goes. Argentine beef is imported by Chicago packers. Thus evidence is accumulating in support of the contention that the beef monopoly in this country is as firmly established today as when the government undertook to dissolve the trust by application of the Sherman law. Cattle are scarce because of market manipulation. Grazing has little or nothing to do Argentine with the market. beef would be imported in larger quantities if there was as much money in it. It is about time that the government again got after the Beef trust. beef. - - Blow Safe at Huiton-vill- e. SMOKESTACKS f lupBMBfi' For the firsi; time in almost ten s Sheet Iron and Tank WorK -- efa JOBBING WORK SOLICITED -- All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - Superintendent Garland Singleton and his teachers are determined to drive illiteracy from Lincoln county, and have inaugurated a campaign for that purpose which will be waged chiefly T"fflTTffl Says Convicts are Abused. A story of brutality and Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer in- sanitary conditions prison in Georgia he Adair County News and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer A j camps was told to the State Senate last week when the report of the Penitentiary com- nnmmiH-omiffoo was TexnA "Pl-ii- c o has made a tour of the prison camps of the State, and its re- Year For Only port recalls the barbarities of Subscription may be the days when the state leased new or renewal What the Weekiy Enquirer is & the convicts to private parties. The state now works the conIt is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 ier year, and it is one of victs on the public highways, the best home metropolitan weeklie of to- but accordine to the report, the Proners are treated almost as cHatomontrf valuable a a cruelly by state officials as they matter, ensp ed.tonris and jg uaic'"Mr'" sports. us numerous ae- - & were oy private parties. partmonts make it a necessity to every fj M home, farm or business man. yiany Qf the carnps are reporl ZThis grand offer ! limited and we advise S at Frankfort.-Stanfo- rd Journal. you to take advaniajre by for h ed as sickenly filthy. In many therabove combination riebt now. Call rj m camps the convicts or mail orders to are half I keep on hands a full stock of The Adair County News. I1 starved, and numerous nf Ki coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Columbia, Ky. El cruel treatmenc of the nriRrmorc c Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and 312HEai are reported two hearses. Prompt service night or The Adair County News In several counties a convict1 day. Residence Phone 29, office supposed to have consumption Phone 98. One Dollar a Year. J. F. Triptett, was chained in a sleeping car oc- ' 1 yr ' ' Ad, Columbia. Ky.' cupied at night by well convicts BonOne tpIJJ SiwSQfrrSXTK STZ sub-enbine ! up-t- o- , , ! through moonlight schools, to be conducted in Sept. Through the efforts of Supt. Singleton and faithful teachers, the illiteracy of those between the ages of 10 and 20 has been reduced in the day schools from 315 to 115 during the past four years, which is almost a remarkable record. Now the Superintendent and teachers propose to attack the adult illiteracy, there being, of those deprived men and women in the county 1,177, of whom are white and 624 being ' colored. This noble band of educators have the respect and admiration of every citizen. They will be provided with free books and supplies and aided by the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission 1,-8- 01 ' ' . ., 45-- placed on the Olympic program. They are composed of military maneuver:, single jumping, cross country ridintr and a competition for the best Individual form in horsemanship. Polo is to be included in the Olympic-gamesphones. $23.GOO.00O profits from tobac but no credit is to be given east for town on the Stanford co. 3.000.000 from salt and 3.000.000 on the national scores. for it congress took the view of thi . The pike. Many believe that the from forests The Japanese vegetable udo is be- subcommittee or boslig that the nums robbers were making for the coming rapidly acclimatized in tin- - ber of events to be contested at agriculbe referred t' the lnternationai country The department of railroad where they aimed to ture has issued a pamphlet of fifteen Boxing federation be formed in Loifc. results of catch a freight train near the pages giving the udo. togetherexperi don soon. with ments in raising Automatic Ba&eball Pitcfier. over the Stanford and methods of cultivation and cooking. trestle Rabbits which had been inoculated Alexander McMillan of Princeton: Hustonville pike. Trains are with the virus of rabies, tuberculosis, University, a son oi Professor Charle?? typhoid and other fearful diseases McMillan of the ollege faculty, ha. said to be slowing down at that were stolen from the laboratory of a Invented a device .Tor pitching a bfrsw night re Marseilles batter point now on account of some cently. A bacteriologist one was made bail to.awhereby budt into a system of. desperate effort planed roe batted balL. ut new work on the railroad and it to recover the animals before they matter where it i hit, will rettrm auwere sold tomatically to the idtcher. The is being uel ut Princeton would have been an easy jnktter A treaty dated 1797. sanctioned by It is said that the invention solves the senate and signed by the president, for the burglars to hop a freight giving the Indians perpetual rights to th pmiile'm which confronts- - baseball; fish in creek, managers which ias heretofore re at that point, either going north near and hunt was Eighteen Mileused by qnired rhem to li.ve regular !mnai Buffalo, successfully chasers-in- . hs or south, and thus make a clean three Seneca Indians in the supreme pitcher with some hall give their team court as a defense against the charge field before they batting practie ford Journal. that they were illegally fishing there. getaway cided to tight a duel over a young man Americans from urohihi; ai Biarritz In shop of Burdett Powell. with whom both were in love have 19i Six horse riding events were today Lair's bloodhounds were put settled the matter by becoming en gaged to the two men who volunteered years burglars visited the little city of Hustonville Monday night fr blowing the safe of the Huston- ing. Mrs. Elizabeth C Vincent, who reThey cently died ville Milling Company. at Cincinnati, bequeathed and some 440 to1 her friend Oliver W. Norton secured about $14 "to be expended for the best cigars he payment on the lat- can buy." checks, but An autograph love letter of King ter has been stopped. Henry VIII. to the unfortunate Anne been No one heard the robbers and Boleyu,inHenry's second wife, has Is in found the Vatican library. It Hard For Yankee Shootera. it is not known what time they French. A discussion of the ritles to be useik Good oak trunk logs are so much in did their work, the robbery not demand in the Spcssart region. Ger- in international shooting contests touk. n many, that some have sold up the greater part of oue day's being discovered till morning for over 314 per fine trunks feet board Olympic of the international thousand Over the objections of measure. when the force started to work. delegates the congress deTo prove that a parachute of his in cided that the country where the meet The safe was found with the vention was an improvement over for was held should select the arms. iner types n Frenchman dropped a 7"ue American delegates raised the door blown off and the cash in thousand feet from an aeroplane with point that the time was too short, aftone and landed safely. er national teams had been selected it gone, amounting to about $14 To hasten the mending of badt.i by competition with their own armsx. Tools used by the marauders in fractured bones an English surgeon for them to become expert with has invented a system of screws to of another country effecting an entrance to the mill pass through the pieces of bone and Baron Pierre de Coubertin, the presir nuts to press them into position. witfcs were stolen from the blacksmith Two girls in Budapest who had de desi.French rifle that unfamiliarity the had not prevented scjs-siocou-gres- s. ed to supply the world's consumption of gas last year. The governments of Italy, Belgium and Uruguay have officially adopted twenty-fou- r hour time. past ten years the world's outIn the put of new securities has reached a total of over 33,000,000,000. Nashville, Tenn., Is enforcing the rule requiring pedestrians to cross streets at crosswalk points only. The Westminster Men's Society For Women's Rights of London publishes a weekly paper called the Eyeopener. Missouri is now so well settled that less than a thousand acres of government land remain open to settlement. The moving picture establishments of Pittsburgh have been asked to contribute to the warfare against the white plague. German scientists have made a fuel s with the heating value of coal from sudd, the refuse vegetable matter of the river Nile. The chief enemies of cyclists In India are the mosquitoes, which not only bite their limbs and bodies, but actually bite through the tires. In a London church tower there Is a clock which strikes the hours and quarters, but has no dials nor other visible evidences of the Time. The first electric plant within the arctic circle will be erected at a mission at Point Flope. Alaska, the power being supplied by a windmill. By the construction of a harbor at the mouth of the Murray river southern Australia may be given a port rivaling Sydney in importance. Switzerland's embroidery trade suffered a loss of nearly $2,000,000 last year because of fashion's decree that soft, clinging materials shall be worn. Carl Schmidt, found ill in a fifteen cent lodging house in New York the other night, was discovered to have 30,000 concealed in his ragged cloth two-third- Photo by American Press Association. Jeff Tesreau, the Giants' big bear cax twirler. is going to make some sort of record this year or give up hunting. Jeff says so himself, and in view of the fact that gun toting after game is Jeff's favorite pastime it seems reasonably snre that he will make good. So far "Tessie" has been a most dependable boxman, and he will probably be called upon to do yeoman sens-ic- e la the world's series next fall. New Polo Ponies Needed. Many of the American polo ponies' that took part in the international matches will be sold, and a new lot ot ponies will be purchased before a challenge is sent to England. Several or the American ponies that played in the-bimatch games were clearly outclassed by the English mounts. The committee of the Polo association, realizing this, will take steps to replenish! the old. wornout material with youngs fresh and fast ponies. Several' noted poloists who are good horsemen will be named as a committee to purchase the ponies. They wila pay a visit to the ranches in Texas California and the Hawaiian Islands., where the breeding of polo poims- - fc made a specialty. pomes were sent east Some early the past spring. They were ridden and played in practice games sad placed in training. But as the old jinnies showed up so well in practic association members and the otk er poloists interested in the game wen loath to tart with the old ponies the new ones. But the poloists now realize thus they made a mistake in not purchaefn." n few young horses The material left over from previous games was won out more or less. Lawrence Fit2p: rick, the trainer of the ponies, kept them in fine fettle and had thero nan as nails in the match games. g gd tb-Pol- o n the-arm- s the on the trail as soon as the rob- to act as their seconds. t State monopolies and undertaking bery was discovered, and are in Japan yield an annual revenue of $(54,000,000. said to have made a trail straight about from posts, of which 23.000.000 telegraphs and tele comes .' the-game- f ma-chi- ne .Stan rid X. 'fc--i ..,, , . ., X.- - .0 . - 1 ,:ABAIn -BY I VVtt -- ' S&&J.. ; ! .Bellyforr, COUIITY HEWS: none, Valley,-10Egyt?no1.Soth 4,-- .Holey, 2, Cane $ Ariotherjnessage' received !'- - - - ;' by ing facts are Austria-Hungar- y much theAsame. Published Every Wednesday THE - -- ..--'- ; Adair County News Company. ( INCORPORATED' ) CHAS. S.-- HARRIS Editor. In- terest of tbe City or Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. t Entered it tbe Columbia class mall matter. Post-office Dtmocr&tic newspaper devoted to the Columbia, 3. Total, 40. A. O. Stanley. West Columbia, 43, East Columbia, 37, Milltown, 6, Keltner, none. Gradyville, 8, Elroy, 3, Harmony, 20, Glenville, 28, White Oak, 21, Little Cake, 7, Pellyton, none, Roley, 4,' Cane Valley, 7, Egypt, ,3, South Columbia, 18. Total, 205. C. W. Bekham.WestCo-lumpia;- , 82,v 'East Columbia . 79, tfilltowji.8, Keltner, 5, Grady? MWqI 43, Elroy; 74, Harmony, 58, 'Glenville,. 96, White Oak-- , 75, Lit- tie' Cake, 43; Pellyton, 55, Roley. 54," Cane' Valley, 74, Egypt 43. South Columbia, 72. Total, 931. as sec-- nl J. Subscription price ?1.00 per year. ' " , WEB. AUG. 5. 1914 THE RETURNS. The returns from, the primary of last Saturday, while not yet all in, show Gov. Beckham has been nominated for the Democratic long term for U. S. Senator by a plurality of 10,000 or more and Senator Camden for the short term. Mr. Hurt, of this town, won the Democratic nomination for Judge o f the Court of Appeals over Chief Jus-de- e Hobson by a majority of at least 4,000. So far as we have heard the primary, throughout the State, was conducted orderly and in a manner well befitting a people who believe in a square deal. The contest in the Republican and Progressive parties Beckham's majority over Stanley, 726. D. ForJSenate, Short Term. H. Smith. West Columbia,, 41, East Columbia, 35, Milltown,57, Keltner.fnone, Gradyville, 3. Elroy, 8,H5Harmony, 33, Glenville, 13, White Oak, 9, Little Cake, 6, Pellyton, 27,; Roley, 14, Cane Valley, 15, Egypt, 32, South Columbia, 34. Total, 437. B. H. Young. West Columbia, 21, EastJColumbia, 36 Milltown, 9, Keltner, none, Gradyville, 8, Elroy, 57, Harmony. 20, Glenville, 60, White Oak, 5&, Little Cake, 6, U Pellyton, 4, Roley, 7, Cane Valley,.6. Egypt, 4, South Columbia, 21? "Total, 337. has begun her Servian troops successfully re- warj against Servia, and Russia sisted the Austrian advance at has ordered a partial mobilizaLesnitaa,, to the west of Bel- tion of her troops. This has not hitherto led t o corresponding grade. steps being taken by the other London, July 30. Several sec- Powers, so far as our informations of the British special de- tion goes. fense force were called to duty Rowes X Roads. y on the East and South coasts tp relieve the regulars in guarding bridges and railroad Finis Kelsey, Waco McKinley sidings and manning the coast and wife and others have gone to Indiana to the honey pond. defenses. v The special army reservists We have had a fine rains last y e called to the' colors week, but to late to help a heap electricians, military engi of forward corn much. Potatoes neers and mine layers. The will be nearly a total failure. British Admiralty also requested Oliver Hadley and wife were the big Welsh coal owners to re- called a few days ago to the e tail their stocks of fuel. of Jim Ike Curry, there the Servian legation says the The DarkeTWddiM Mr. and Mrs. Joseph us Washington Booker Request your presence -- at to-da- " The marriage of their daughter ' Ahgeline Maud Booker to . K fester Allen White On Monday August 10, 1914, J to-da- com-pris- ;? at 25 and 35c. The Court House. ADMISSISSION bed-sik- The above playCis. given for the benefit of the Graded "-'- failed to develop much interest J. N.ICamden. West Columand the lightest vote for many bia, 27v,East Columbia, 14, Mill- years was the result. As it ap- town 1, Keltner, 3, Gradyville,, pears Willson has received the Republican nomination for Senator and Mr. Vance, of Louisville, the Progressive. 'The primary in this county could not have been improved and after the battle no evidence of soreness is discernable. Mr. Beckham carried the countyby 726 votes, while Judge Rollin Hurt was complimented by 1,165 majority. Mr. Hurt made his race on the high plane befitting the position he seeks and did not use a dollar or any other thing of value to influence a vote in any county in this district. The counties comprising the Third Appellate district are given below, and while no reports have been received from three of them, when s o received will not affect Mr. Hurt's majority very much. Casey county is expected to show 400 majority for Hurt, Clinton county a small majority, Bullitt county will give Chief Justice Ex-Cov. Halifax, N. S.July 30. (Canadian Press Dispatch.) There of were indications here great activity on the part of the garrison at Halifax after the receipt, it is reported, of a dispatch from the War Office in London. The Royal Canadian field artil-er- y of both companies stationed in the citadel were taken to the forts on transports. A special train will bring back the Royal Canadian Rifles, stationed i n Aldershtitj late this -- afternoon-and it is expected when these troops arrive the infantry will be held in readiness forany contingency. to-da- brother-in-la! w, who is bad sick -. - JSchooI Gymnasium. y T -- -- It is reported that the artil29, Elroy, 4, Harmony, 5, Glenville, 16, White Oak, 7, Little lery will immediately man the Sallie McGee McKinley has ofCake, 26, Pellyton, 17, Roley, 10, forts in the harbors. Army been visiting Mrs. Willis Grider Cane Valley, 28. Egypt, 4, South ficials decline to comment on the movements of the troops, assert at Montpelier, the last few days. iting Dr. Columbia, 18. Total, 199. Judge Court of Appeals Rol ing that they had been instructlin Hurt, West Columbia, ed to say nothing for publication. 128, 121, 89, Keltner 5, GradyMilltown ville 52, Elroy 75, Harmony 83, Glenville 124, White Oak 99, Little Cake50, Pellyton 55, Roley 58, Cane Vally 90, Egypt 49, South Columbia li7. Total 1,193 Ma- with fever. Arvin Turner and one of Jacob Miller's boys were visiting John Turners a few days ago. ' Ed Helm and wife and his mother, Fannie Helm, were visiting at Bill Cook's last Sunday. Addie Helm and children are .visiting at Ed Helm's this week. Mrs. Wilburn, Loren Miller and his. wife are on the sick list this week. t Clay Hadley and his wife and Albert, took a day here at Need-mor- e No. 2 this week. , U, T. Selby passed here this week with a fine drove of sheep for the Blue grass market. ICE CREAM Will be served down stairs "in the Hall of the Court House just after the play. j" r Have You Poultry Troubles ? Cure the liver and you cure the bird. Nearly all poultry troubles are due to a disordered liver. Thousands of poultry raisers who use it all year round to keep their flocks in good health, highly recommend U "Ra A TV A STOCK & POULTRY Jjrvv medicine It's a liver Medicine. Also a strengthlng Tonic BceDee STOCK A POULTRY AiEDJClNt Is a splendid rtittorlftxr trouble, roupamiidttn cholera. GxV A rixnExlr with the feed; In tmaa doses, it also makes aa excellent tonic F.J.Stowe. Purcell. OWa. 25c, 50c and $1. per can. At your dealer's. P. B. 5 J. C. Gose and family East Columbia, Hobson a small lead while county may go one way or the other. The counties are: Mc-Creary Cumberland, 1,165; 697; Casey, 468 340; Clinton, not heard from; Green, 263; Hart, 212; 'Larue, 131; Marion, 540; Metcalfe, 400; Pulaski, 600; Russell, 425; Shelby, 269; Taylor, '531; Wayne, 450; Washington, .257; Hurt's majority: Adair, Barren, Hobson's majority: Anderson, 250; Bullitt, not heard from; Hardin, 1,621; Nelson, 161; Oldham, 243; Spencer, 90; McGreary, not heard from. VOTE OF ADAIR COUNTY. The following is the vote of Adair county in the race for United States Senator between Beckham, Stanley and McCreary, by precincts: Democratic long term, J. B. McCreary. West Columbia, 3, 2, Milltown, 2, "Keltner, none, Gradyville, 1, El- East Columbia, roy, 1 Harmony, none, Glenville, 2, White Oak, 2, Little Cake, ish Admiralty similarly is dis- in the ground to see if he can mantling all the small British find water. He is dry. gunboats in Chinese waters, sendThe sick ones are all reported ing their crews to Hongkong and better here this morning. D. Fitzpatrick, 68, W. M. Bul-let- t, in order to defend 244. Knifley. important possessions Progressive candidates, Bur- those against a possible German atton Vance, 22, Geo. W. Jolly, 21. tack, A good rain fell here the 26, Progressive candidates for which revived all crops, except Congress. W. W. Jesse, 20, J. Aus- gardens which tvere too London, July 30. While far gone F. Holtzclaw, 22. trian invaders and and Servian to be benefitted much. Pastures troops were fighting the opening are coming out to a great extent. War News. stages of their war on Servian Several from this section atEuropean states- tended the speaking territory at Columbia All Europe is preparing for men and rulers were engaged in the 28th, and looked upon war. The following dispatches what they regarded as the alBeckham. will give the reader an insigh,t most hopeless task of trying to Mr. Robt. Earles will finish as to what is going oh: avert a general clash of the milNish, Servia, July 30. The in- lions composing the armies of the head sawing at J. W. Parnell's this week, and move his machine vading Austrian toorps advanced great European Powers. near Henry Cundiff. y some twenty miles to the Sir Edward Grey, a central figAll Democrats in this section southward of Belgrade, and an ure In the controversy owing to artillery duel was in progress his strong efforts to keep the are for Rollin Hurt. Mr. J. V. Dunbar owns a cow this morning near Kicznicy and Powers of the Triple Alliance of the Holstein type,- that is 4 Semendria. and the Triple Entente from flyyears old, and has sold $115.00 ing, at each other's throat, was London, July 30 A telegramj nofc able t0 give any cheering worth of calves from one set of received by the Servian legation news when he spoke about the twins. All sold to stock dealers. says that the Austrairis attempt- crisis to the " members ' of the If any one can beat this please ing to cross the Danube, twenty House of Commons. The Brit- come forward. Dr. J. C. Gose has a new auto, miles east of Belgrade, were re- ish Foreign Secretary said: pulsed by the Servians and' that "I regret that-- cannojt say the. and oh my how he rides. a big artillery engagement is in situation is less grave than it Hinnie, a daughter of Mr; Wt progress. was yesterday. " The outetand- - I, Ingram, of Columbia, was vis- Wei-Hei-W- ei to-da- y, ex-Go- West Columbia 1, East Columbia 6, Milltown 1, Keltnerlnone, Gradyville 1, Elroy none, Harmony none, OaK 2, Little Cake 1, Pellyton none, Roley none, Cane Valley 3, Egypt none, South Columbia 4, Total 28. For the long term. Republican candidates. McLaughlin, received in the county, 28. A. E. Willson, received, 297, R. P. Ernst, 79 in the county. For short term, Republican, H. Glen-villel9,SWh- jority 1,165. J. P. Hob'son ite The Loys and Brockmans are going to have a family reunion and decoration and preaching Hankow, China, July 30. The service at the old uncle John British gunboats Snipe, Wood- Lqy grave yard, the. second Satcock and Kinsha, of the British-Chin- a urday in August. Preaching by squadron, were deserted Thomas Hadley and James Sulby orders of the Admiralty to- livan. Song services conducted day. by B. A. Coffey and J. V. DudThe crews removed the breach-block- s ley. Come and bring d from the guns, took away baskets. Let us have a good all the arms and ammunition pos- service. sible and threw the remainder inLast Sunday we had a good to the meeting on Russell Creek, two The three gunboats were tied miles from Russell Springs, a to the docks and only caretakers large crowd and the best of orleft in charge. The crews deder, and a good dinner on the parted for Shanghai and ground. Come the next third later probably will go to Hongwell-filleYang-Tse-Kiang. to-nig- a few days last week. Mr. Ed Faucett, of Elk Horn, Grand was in this section last Wednesday. Certain Mrs. Q. W. Lowe, lio&al Hgent for UprightPlayer Pianos (Strictly High Grade) The apple pealing given at Mr. J. W. Absher's last Thursday night, was largely attended and all report a nice time. Mr. Green Slaughter, of Louisville, is visiting his brother, Mr. G. H. Slaughter. Messrs. Ben Wheeler and Jesse Absher spent last Tuesday night with the latter's brother, Mr. J. C. Absher, of Columbia. Rugby. W. R. Lyon and Will Young passed through here last Thurs- Satisfaction. Unlimited Guarantee. Take Supremacy. In tone, action and durability because every part receives careful, rijrid scrutinizing inspection-Thethe Piano in its entirety is sevevely criticised by a corps of experts. If there's anything wronjrwe intend to find it before you do. If we don't-o- ur warranty protects you. THE BALDWIN PIANO COMPANY Factories;- - Chicajro; Cincinnati. n Notice to the Public General Blacksmithing Bufury, Carriage and Waaon Repairinjr neatly done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Special attention to Horse Shoeinjr. Prices richt ami satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Repot St. near L. PHONE & N. ht Depot. kong. Sunday. xo r: It is understood that the Brit- Frank Pierce is boring a hole day. JEFF PARSON, Campbellsvi'Ie, Ky. The writer and family visited on East Fork, las; Saturday and Sunday. They have the 6est crops there I have seen. Our school is progressing nicely with Mr. Evin Roberts as teacher. Revs. Willie Rowe and N. R. Roach are carrying on a series cf meetings at Harrod's Fork, this week. Mr. Joseph Roach, of Illinois, is visiting his parents here. He is in the sewing machine business there and makes his trips in an auto.. We are glad to see our boys make good. T. J. Rossen was in Columbia SAVE MONEY ON FENCING bay an fence. come in and get our. J other Before yoa rod of wZ mm SQUARE DEAL FENCE special prices on Vllllffflfllffli ima ttuuftu iaacift WE BUY IT DIRECT from the mill that makes "both the wire and the fence. You can't buy any fence more di rect and you can't beat Square Deal prices when you compare materials, weight and size. v. to-da- - 1 last Thursday. Noah Janes and family and Misses Beatrice and Launah janes were shopping in Columbia Thursday. The way the wheat threshers are turning out the wheat it seems that we will have ple.-itto eat this year., We wish that the Pickett correspondent would write oftener. Jesse Flatt, Bertrum, Alta and Lizzie Tompson were baptized into the Baptist church last Saturday at this place. y .See the Square Deal Lock the knot with "a grip that will not sup." Notice there are no brittle welds to snap, no cumbersome knots to hold moisture and gather rust. - See the wavy strand wire's that spring Square Deal Fence bacs into place alter sua- den heavy strains; see the stay wires that prevent sagging, buckling; require fewerfence posts, saving money, time and labor. one-piece bag-gingand c. 8. Hutchisor, Columbia, Ky. Thenext time you come to town.caU ia and let tis show you Square Deal Fence, and get our Square Deal prices. Made by Keystone Steel&WireCo.eoriaJlLllD .V t 'W THE ADAiK GOUNTYINEWS Eugene thingtojisiend- inga few days at ampbellsville and Greensburg,this week. L. Grady is having considerable work done on his farm in rhe way of improving it, at this Vf-t- . T - tiiidscy-Wilso- r A Tratmn-g- Schooi Safe Place to Put Your Children. -- J5 time. Lewis Caldwell, of Miama.was in our midst last Friday looking HPrrA-'rl!9HII"' 'l. i: . tj )Hft H THI atter insurance. The wheat threshing is about all jth rough with in this section and we are glad to say that we have plenty and some to spare. Messrs. Hill & Son are doing a fine business with their carding machine giving good satisfaction with their work. Johri Cook and Strong Hill, the two hardware men of Louisville, made our town the first of the week, anoV as usuaf did a good business. well-known K Jlf v Ouv v.' a ja-- vrR J. C. W. BECKHAM J2,030to 15,0U0. Mrs. Houston Roach died on the 28th, with a complication of diseases. She was in her eighty fourth year. She had been a consistent Christian all her life. 2. 3. 4. Boys and Girls are Under our personal care at all times. New brick dormitories, electric lights, water works, baths, and steam heat. Location healthful and beautiful. Ten acre, campus, good athletic field, ten nis courts, basket ball floor, track,'etc Thorough courses. Our graduates enter the best colleges and universities with- out Good moral and religious influences but not sectarian. Book-keepin- g, His majority over Hon. A. 0. .Stanley, for United Staffs Senator, estimated at from COURSES: Training, Normal, Intermediate, Primary, he had. the pleasure of visiting pression, Voice, Art. J. A. Diddle informed us that Ex- Additional Locals. AlL-partie- s Requested to present the proper form to R. F. Paul, same'ia the e&atot who have claims against Mrs. Fannie Walker, r .Administrators teed.-- " 24-t- f . 38-- 3 Tires Put On and Guaran-- j Goli Bros Local Market. To-da- y. Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks 11 10 12 . 3 00 Turkeys .".., -- Geese Ducks Wool spring clipping. Hides (green) s 22 12 46 7 50 25 3 25 i Feathers Ginseng Beeswax Yellow Root May Apple(per lb) Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Winters, of Willisburg, formerly of our and attend the meeting at place. Mr. Winters' is cashier conducted by Eld' G. W. of the bank at that place and has andX'Q. Montgomery. ' f a nice business arid is getting Several from this place' attend- - along nicely. ed the social at Mr. Henry The protracted services closed Squires Saturday night. All re night. here last Wednesday port a nice time There were quite a number of Mr.- and Mrs. P. P. Wesley profession and several addition visited at Dunnville several days to the church. The meeting has last week. been a great help to the comMrs. Bettie Harmon and Mrs. munity. Bro. Coakley is a fine Valeria Campbell and daughter, preacher and a man that every Annie, were pleasant visitors at body loves. Mr. Charlie Williams las Sunn Mr. Goodman, the day. produce man of Glasgow, called Mrs. Sarah Miller returned in to see us on his return from home from Neatsburg last TuesColumbia, one day last week, day, where she had been spendand reports produce" business ing several days, fine. Mrs. Mag Rubarts was. visit- will visit Mrs. Rubarts relatives An-tioc- Compare our advantages with the best and our rates with the lowest. h, For information address. i MOSS & CHANDLER, i j r gram was "rendered which was heard" and enjoyed by an attentive and appreciative audiences Russell Columbia, Ky. - Elkhorn Roller Mills RICE ELKHORN, & Creek. k$i We are needing rain very bad in this locality. Mrs. Foree Hood, who has been sick, is slowly improving. f ALLEN Proprietors KENTUCKY. well-know- We have put in a Wholesale Exchange House at Roley, Casey Creek, fox !Miss Mabel Stevens, of Miami, the'purpose of Wholesaling flour to the Merchants and Exchanging flour and Green Co., was visiting Miss bran for wheat. Also paying the Highest Cash Price for wheat. We are now Georgia Todd last week. for business. The greatest yield of wheat Eunice. ever produced in this community Evans Bros., sold a nice bunch is now being threshed. Several from this place were of hes t0 J- - L- - Beard last week, Several from this place atfor 7 cents- in Columbia Tuesday. tended church at Tabor, Sunday Mr. Jake Hatfield, near this Every one was glad to see the morning, and all report an exPce, got his leg broken in a cellent sermon by Bro. J. S. rain last Sundav. ,ast Thursday, Mr. LumiSCombest, of Casey ;hay boiler Chandler, on the subject, "The Mrs- - Lula Holladay and daught-weocounty, was here the first of the Tithe is the Lord's". Every one er, Frances, passed here ,Tues- - ' one says it was a strong sermon en route for LincoIn county-ro- and truly convincing. The ice cream supper at Dam-- 1 Mrs. F. W. Miller was called creek, last Saturday night, Mr. and Mrs. Larue Hurt, - to the bed side of her sister, was largely attended and all revisited Mr. G. L. Rosenbaum Mrs- - Tom Wheat, last week. ported a nice time. and family Saturday night and Mrs. W. E. Williams visited Sunday. Mrs. MontratBeard visited her, mother, of Milltown., several her brother, Mr. Zach Campbell, School at this place is proat Pellyton, last Monday. days last week. gressing nicely under the leadKnifley Mr. and Mrs. W. R. ership of Mr. Owen B. Pulliam, Gradyville. spent Saturday night and Sunone of our worthy young teachers. day with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mrs. George Garnett and daugh J. A. Wilmore returned to LexWilliams. ter, Miss Evalena, of Jefferson-villington last Friday. Mrs. Valeria Campbell is on Ind., are visiting relatives Thos, Do well lost by lightning the sick list at this writing. here. last Sunday afternoon, two head Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Miller visProf. Paul Chandler, of the of fine young colts. Sunday ited at Dunnville from W. W. Yates was on the sick L. W. T. S., was here a few until Tuesday. days ago, looking for young peolist a day or so of last week. ple, who ought to be in school. Mr. R. B. White spent last W. R. Lyon was with us last Saturday night in this neighbor- Thursday. The people of this place are hood. indebted to the members of the Several from this place were Miss Nannie Bet Rubarts vis- over to Columbia to hear Gov. Akin String Band, for some excellent music rendered here last ited in this community last week. Beckham speak last Thursday. Saturday afternoon. Quite a Misses Minnie and Mary WilCharlie Sparks and A. B. Wil- crowd came to hear them and all liams spent Monday night with more spent last Friday in Cowere delighted with the music. j ' i k. n lug iicic last iuuiiua.y. Several from this place attended the Sunday School convention at Dunnville, Tuesday. Fairplay. Mr. George Keeney and sister ready Mrs. McDonald and two children, returned to their home LaFay-ettInd., last Saturday, after a pleasant visit to friends atid e, rel-ative- Respectfully Yours, RICE & ALLEN, Elkhorn, Ky. s. Mr. Ulysses Harmon and Misses Virginia and Mary Lee Smith were visiting Misses ,Glarice and Capitola Webb, of Russell county, last Saturday and Sunday. Fertilizers YOU ARE WORKIN FOR BETTER FARMING, SO ARE VVE. There are some ripe- - peachas in this neighborhood. We would have a heavy crop of peaches and apples, if we could.get some rain. There was a full crop of wild goose plums. Mrs. Jennie Smith gave a moon light party last Wednesday night, in honor of Mr. George Keeney. There was a large crowd and' all Let's Get get together and better acquainted. A. A. , Quality Brands are as good as the Best and better than the Best. j ! 9 enjoyed themselves. Mrs. Sam Mitchell, Mrs. Lucy Hudson and Miss Ellen Burton, of Columbia, were visiting at George Todd and sisters last Plase do not buy your Fertilizers until you have seen our Local Agent, who will give you terms and prices,, if we have none near you, write us we want good live? Agents in all unoccupied territory, we can satisfy you and we want your business. The American Agricultural Chemical co. Incorporated e, Cincinnati, Ohio. County AgentsrH3ol McKinley, C. R. Hutchison, R. W. and Nell & Nell. Tuesday. All the young people of this Hust neighborhood attended, the social at Mr. and Mrs. Willie" Smith last Saturday night. There was a large crowd and Mr. and .Mrs. Smith did all that was in their power to make every body.enjoy themselves, which they did, and regretted the time to go home wishing for many more nice social like this one. Will The band was composed of Messrs Mr. John Will Cundiff mashed Luther Willis sold last week George and Lafe Akin, Sparks-vill- ters were visiting their brother, Miss Patsy Roy was the guest at Neatsburg, last Saturday. his hand last week with a cross- of the Misses Knifley Saturday 100 busheJs of wheat to Diddle Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Tarter, John Will Cundi.aht:Owen edged hammer which kept him right. & Parson for $75.00. and Messrs. A. B. Henderson and from work several days. Leonard Walker, of Nell, was Lum Hill, of Gradyville. These J Wilson were .in .CamrBpllsville Mrs. Lona Rubarts and daughon business.; Mr. James R. Smith is putting musicians stopped for the night last week ter, Annie, and Miss Fannie in our midst lastFriday. Mr. Willis Hutchisonfahd wife an addition to his store, making Evans left Thursday morning James Q. Diddle spent a few at the home of Mr. Zens Hamon, Gundiff more room for a larger supply of for Casey county, where they days of last week in Logan Co. where a delightful evening pro-- were visiting John'-?R-. e, Miss Annie Campbell. lumbia. Ed Squires and two sis- last week. Mr. Hutchison, who (groceries. We wish him success got his hand .hurt in the Roller and a large trade, Mr. 'Smith's: mill is getting along exceeding- store is a great convenience to ly well. Mr. Hutchison and Mr. the neighborhood. Cundiff are the oldest men we have in our neighborhood, the Notice, former 78, the latter 75. Mr. W. R. Squires was in If you want first class work dote Gradyville and Milltown last call at J. m. Kearnes Machine antf Repair Shop.. He has .hired him week on business. at - first class Blacksmith to assist hire in work. Give them a call. r 39-4- t. f Yats & Graff Abrel at the depth Dixon found water forr of fifty-five-feet, also found water for George Collins at? the depth of sixty feet. the water rising forty feet. They . It i v i THE ADAIK..COUNTY'NEWSESKIMO WHALE DANCE. Wtwrr Arctic Natives Feast and Pick Their Life Mates. very primitive custom or ttie naA tives of toe Hertng and arctic coasts of Siberia, u custom tbat nas come down from generations ot savage ancestors, is ttie annual celebration or the whale dunce, wnen tbe HJsklmos select their wives. When tbe sun moves sou tb ward at the end ot tbe sbort summer season and tbe ice closes up tbe northern seas tbe whales come down to open water. Then. In celebration ot tbe season's catch, tbe ice dwellers assemble for the wbale dance, which lasts twenty-on- e days. The great dance circle is prepared, and in the center tbe dancers, ootb male and female. perf6rm tbe most savage of evolutions and motions to the accompaniment of rhythm less beating of tbe tomtoms and weird chanting. Tbe dance songs tell of the prowess of the hunters and of tbe history of the tribe. The movements of tbe women are surprisingly graceful, and they mean to show in their dance that, as daughters of a great people, they are- - possessed of all tbe qualities such women should have. The men execute pantomimic scenes of the hunt and go through all tbe motions of the kill. They spear the ice bear, slay tbe walrus and seal and finally, with extraordinary contortions, vanquish the mighty whale. During the last days of the least, when the time arrives for tne selection of husbands and wives, tbe man performs his mate dance oefore tne woman be has picked out. In pantomime he promises to provide ner generously with tbe fruit of tbe bunt. Doth food and fur. If she is pleased with him Bbe walks out and dances ber acceptance and shows how she will look after the igloo. When they have danced before each other they are married after the custom of the tribe, and be leads ber off to bis walrus bide lodge. During tbe dance they feast on whale. The skin of the baleen wbale Is about an inch thick and looks like rubbert Tbe solid blubber between it and tbe true Uesb is usually about fourteen inches thick. Tbe black skin and the blubber, tbe latter cut to tbe thick ness of tbe former, is called ruoimilt and is considered a great delicacy it is eaten raw and. although it sounds Tepulsive to the civilized ear. is most palatable. It has a flavor something like tbat of chestnuts. Youth's Companion - HELPFUL HINTS FOR HOUSEWIVES Device Insures Safety For Window Cleaners. 'UflDESTflEt Sa The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People properties that strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of elderly people use. to the exclusion of all other remedies. Trustworthy people like A. B. Tigrett, Oaklawn Farm. Newbern, Tenn., and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks, Paris, Ky., say they take it at regular intervals and In that way not only maintain general good health, but that they have riot in years felt as good as they do now. You will do well to always have a bottle of it in the house. It is good for all the family. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St. MonUcello, 111. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. Jhadsrjellswhen Inonlrt hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. Aly doctor could not help me, oat j. was completely cured. by Age has its attractions no less than youth in a more serene and quieter life. But It is this very life of rest without sufficient exercise that brings with it those disorders that arise from inactivity. Chief of these are a chronic, persistent constipation. Most elderly people are troubled in this way, with accompanying symptoms I keep constantly on hands a'nice line of belching, drowsiness after eating, 1 Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and headaches and general lassitude. Frequently there is difficulty of digesting Ladies Robes, also a nice Hurse. Lo- even light food. Much mental trouble ensues, as it is hard to find a suitable cation over Cumberland Grocers Co., remedy. First of all the advice may be given that elderly people should not use salts, cathartic .pills or powders, waters 'olumbia, Ky. Phone 52 A. or any of the more violent purgatives. What they need, women as well as men, . is a mild laxative tonic, .one that is pleasant to take and yet acts without griping. The remedy that fills all these requirements, and has in addition toxic DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. 50c AND J. 6. Jones. C. D. t Crenshaw JUKUEUI1 f lirTCnitiinv i VCICKIHAKI ct irr- - Daily Courier - Journal Soldiers' Meeting. $6.00 a '.car The window cleaning platform shown herewith is of recent design, and a patent has just been granted. It is made of moderately heavy wire and is collapsible, so that it takes up but little room for storage and is easily carried around and adjusted for use. When extended it acts on tbe same principle as tbe painter's jack and has an additional protection in tbe shape of sides and back to prevent the occupant from getting too far over tbe edge. There are books which fit around the sill inside the room and props which support it from the outside. There will be an old soldiers meet.7. E. Scott, J. W. Furkin and L. ing on their meeting ground at Weed Adair Co., on Thursday and Friday, F. Payne. All Soldiers free to speak. T. G. Coffey, Chair. Aug., 6th and 7th. All old soldiers of the Rebellion, of both Hags, are invited to attend and take part. The speakers are to be Revs. T. M. Par-due, it --'- Special Attnetin to Ees Sunday JsJ Courier-Journal Birdseve view ot our Plant JJJlizfe""fe 5- - - . Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION-NE- AR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. J --' -- si. ON BDRKSY1LLE $2.00 a Year Joseph Best Natioual News 41 State News it Local News Market Reports Foreign News a Politicai News t i 1$ H. Stone, w AttoneY-AMa- Piquant Sfilad In Tomato Cups. One small cucumber, one teaspoon-fu- l lf Will practice in this and adjoining counties. -. Jamstown, Kentucky of onion juice, one-haof a seeded green pepper, live ripe medium sized tomatoes, one tablespoonful of olive oil, three tablespoonfuls of vinegar, one teaspoonful of sugar, salt and pepper to taste, a few drops of tabasco sauce. Cut a thin slice from top of tomato and scoop out the pulp so as to form a cup. Now mince tbe pepper, grate the pared cucumber on a vegetable grater, not using tbe very center on account of tbe seeds. Add all this to the tomato pulp, which has been drained after being taken out. Add all tbe seasoning and toss together, Prime Numbers. the tomato cups and serve on It might appear at tirst that every then fillleaves. lettuce number can be divided by some number besides itself and one; but many Pineapple Fluff. numbers cannot, and if they cannot Pare a ripe pineapple, cut into small they are known as prime numbers. Or pieces, sugar well, put in a glass dish all the numbers having a value ot less refrigerator. Mix two than 1,000, there are 1G9 that are and set in the of cornstarch and three tablespoonfuls prime. Of these twenty-si- x are smaller appear between of grated chocolate to a smooth paste than 100. twenty-on- e a little cold milk; stir into it one 100 and 200. sixteen between 200 and with quart of boiling milk and beaten yolks 300. sixteen between 300 and 400. two eggs. Cook until it begins to seventeen between 400 and 500, four- of thicken in a double boiler is the best teen between 500 and GOO, sixteen befire, way. cold tween GOO and 700, fourteen between pour Remove fromBeat and when eggs over fruit whites of 700 and 800. fifteen between S0O and a tablespoonful of granulated 900 and fourteen between li00 and with sugar and put on top of tbe dish. A 1,000. few good sized strawberries may be used as a garnish around the edge and His Vacation. A woman had a negro cleaning tbe will add to tbe toothsomeness of the ynrd for her. His wife had been dead combination. for several years. So his employer Freshening Stale Biscuit. seized a favorable moment and proIf you have biscuits or rolls left ceeded to sound him. from one day and "John." she said, "you're a good, to warm them to the next a panwant up, place in and steady man. Lots of women would be cover tightly. Two pans the same size you. Whv don't you get a glad to have They can then be do beautifully. wife?" placed in a hot oven for a few minutes, John leaned on bis rake and scratch- just long enough to heat them thored his head reflectively. I tell you." be replied. -- You oughly, and when taken out they will "Well, know I was married seven years, an' be like fresh baked ones, much more I've got to have a rest" Indianapolis delicious than when dampened before putting into the oven. Bread and cake News. that have become dry can be freshener tip the same way The Price of a Kid. Cordova is full of fun, says C. Bogue lAiffmann in bis "Quiet Days In Spain." Chicken Liver Omelet, end in tbe leisurely pace of life there f'ut tbe livers into medium sized and fry lightly in a little butter. the observer has time to see and appreTo prepare the omelet itself, beat the ciate all of it. In the market one day a small Doy eggs lightly, yolks and whites together; with a big apron and a pompous man- add a tablespoonful of water for each ner was offering half of a small kid to egg and season with salt and pepper. a woman for a peseta. She objected Molt tbe butter in an omelet pan. and that it was very tiny, and he fairly when it is hissing hot turn in the eggs smothered ber with: "Woman! Do yon and cook gently until just beginning to het. Add the prepared livers. ro: want half a bull for a teupence?" the omelet up and servo very hot. Which? Is woman more interesting tnan man. Rice With Butter and Cheese. or the reverse? Man varies more. He Take one-hacupful of rice. Boil in has more genius In exceptional indi- salted water. After twenty minutes 6t viduals, and less of genius-lik- e inslgbt boiling take off the fire and drain. in the average person He completes; Then put the rice back into a saucewoman endures. He builds externally, pan with three tablespoonfuls of grated she at home. He tights; she preserves. cheese (Parmesan) and three tableOur worthless opinion is that men ara spoonfuls of butter. Mix well and more interesting than women, but serve as an entree or around a plato is more interesting than man. of meat lf thai-woman ykM "Largest in Dixie" G! P. SMYTHE for FIRE INSURANCE and REAL W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated of Everything for Everybody !, Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write forourjCatalog ' Are you interested in what is ;aking place day by; day all over ihe world ? If you are you NEED THE COURIER-JOURNAL. WHOLESALE EVERYTHING IN ESTATE J T - .TCMjt3CC''-5'Ji'- . 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Courier-Journ- al 6 CO- - iifliMfcl Anyone sending a sketch anil description may qnickly ascertain our opin u free whether an Invci.tion is probably pal enMMe. Cnum:nicr tions strictly Pinfldentiju. HANDBOOK onl'-itemfont free. Oldest azens f r i uniijr patti.ia. '. l'atei.U taken tliruuli Munr. special notice, without charge, ia tte Eaat Matkcl Streel Between Firstjandjirook J Designs Copyrights Sec. Trade Marks ouis'Je. Ky. i '..'rn Scientific Jfinericait. -- . Company A tann:lOTelv illustrated weekl'. I culation of any scientiSc 'ournaL yoir: tour months. Jl. Sold by all . i cir .a a'ers. INCORPORATED Ui&Co.364Broad-flgwTOf- k Louisville, Ky. Jesldence Phone-1- i'i oriice. GS v St, wasntiwton.if.i;. B Business Pho e 13. P DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTISTI BTd'g The Louisville Daily Herald . Are You n i And the 71 I Womb? fa? S ? Office, Front rooms in Jeffries up stairs. Adair County News One Year Each &1& Harper's Weekly. Columbia, - Kentucky M'MB a Green Bean Salad. -- rjk -- Remove' strings and slice the beans Natural Objection. "Why won't tbat rich old curmudgon slanting slivers, boil until tender, eon let his young wife act in amateur then drain. Season with a little onion juice, salt and pepper, pour on a little theatricals?" "Because the last time sbe took part melted butter or oil and vinegar to everybody raved about the way she taste, adding a very little sugar if aqted a merry widow part." Baltimore liked. American. . Raspberry Molds. Getting In the Picture. To each pint of the sweetened fruit "Some have greatness thrust upon juice add one level tablespoonful of them." cornstarch dissolved in a little cold wa"I know. They blunder accidentally ter. Cook in double boiler until thick. Into a film." Kansas City Journal. Pour into small cups. Serve very cold with whipped cream. A Compromise. Fond Hubby (starting down towni Creamed Carrots. What will it be. love flowers or candy? Boil young carrots until tender. Pour Wifie We'll, compromise, dear. You off all but a little of the water in which ran send both. Judge they were cooked and thicken this with flour and milk. Add a large lump v Nothing is possible to bim who In al- - of butter, pepper and salt and chopped raysilriyinjing of his pasrpossHiHltles parsley. Surveyin Land Owners Attention. y For S3.50 This offer will hold good for only a short time. If you want to keep posted in politics and current events, subscribe now. X!ome, bring or send your subscriptions to . fiffl tears 1816 Ml DBUS81STS I 1 I 9 FOR SALE AT ' F4 I I T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. He has experience. Chargeslrea- sonable. Phonel74 or write T. C. Faulkner, 'thirty-threefyea- rs . "onlcklr relieTes 'Rhenmatlsa. Sore 51ns-- '' 1. . XTa Int. fTA.l.xl.A IIa.1qha uu cirp. .tcuiaiuia. j&l...uc7. a4cu4vuw mnA all pains. Your money back if it fails to re lieve anr acne in any Dart oi tne Locy fifteen minutes time. ' i jfnee sue. Jit JLii Druggists. Frte um;l and eirenUr Mat oa nqcett. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. 342 Eaat Main St.. Lextaaten. Ky. Columbia, K.y. . . this office. miMHaKU the;:adair county Is neWs. Breeding. Mi. STOWAGH TROUBLE WELL DRILLER Pleasant. Every body seems to be in betAs there has not been any letI will drill wells in. Adair and ter spirits since the good rains ter from here for some time, I adjoining counties. See me be- have FOR FIVE come and revived vegeta- will attempt to write a few lines. fore contracting. Latest tions. The prospects for our farmers machinery of all kinds. We are having some hot weath- are better. We have had fine Htjority of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. I decided to Pump Repairing Done. Give er now and corn is looking well. rains take his advice, although I did not have me a Call. A threshing machine is in this Hughes Would Die, Bat Our Sunday School is doing any confidence in it neighborhood and those who very well for it to be so hot and I have now been taking (hie Helped Him to C. YATES have had their wheat threshed dry. for three months, and it has cured me Recovery. are satisfied with the yield. There will be preaching here haven't had those awful sick headaches Mr. Will Lacy happened to a every fourth Sunday evening. since I began using it. serious accident one day last Let every body come out and I am so thankful for what Poraeroyton, Ky.In interesting ht week while working at a saw hearBro. Williams. from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes has done for me." mill in Cumberland county. He Mrs. Ella Feese spent last Satwrites as follows: "I was down with Thedford's has been got two fingers cut off and his urday night stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewithJMr. Harden hand considerably bruised. Cundiff and family. would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It SNAPSHOTS AT YEARS NOTABLE PERSONS C. S. Hamlin, Member Fed- im-yrov- ed eral Reserve Board. Black-Draug- ht J. ad-Vi- ces Black-Draug- THE Black-Draug- ht LOU IS VILLI TIMES FOR 1913 times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, I tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. would die. Thedford's He advised Black-Draught, me to try and quit Get a package today. Only a quarter. j-- ee brighter, better, bigger than ever THE REGULAR PRICE OF Worth Knowing. A paste of thick starch and water put on blood stains and F cents worth cf whiting kept allowed to stand for a short time THE in a bath room closet is a cheap will remove them when not too and quick polisher of nickel ings. fix- LOUISVILLE'TIMES old. IS $5.00 A YEAR. If oil In cutting bread for sandcloth is given a coat of wiches, if a hot instead of cold IP YOU WiLL SEND YOUR ORDfcl TO US, YOU CAN GET varnish twice a year it wears knife is used the slices will be longer, is more easily kept clean thinner and more easily cut. and does not lose the pattern. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS The Daily spent last Saturday night and Mrs. Lula B. Shapherd, of Sunday in Milltown. Mr. and Mrs. LambertJSanders, Nashville, is spending the sumof Egypt, were the guest of mer with her mother. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mrs. R. P. Breeding is sick. Cundiff. They attendedJSunday Mr. George Hundley, of Moody School. We are glad toseejthem Texas, is spending his vacation at Mt. Pleasant. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. A. G. Todd and daughter, J. N. Hundley. of Columbia, spent lastJSunday Our school is progressing nice- with his daughter, Mrs.HGolan ly under the management of Mr. Butler. George Aarons. Mr. and Mrs. EdHood and Born, to the wife of Wesley Stora Hutchison spent Jlast SunFudge, on the 19th, a son. day at Claud Callisons. They A series of meeting are in enjoyed the day verylmuch. Misses Ann Lizzie Hoodand progress at West Fork church conducted by Revs. L. T. Wells Cora Smith were thejguest of and H. J. Macky, of Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hood, SatBottom, and another preacher urday night. from Wilmore, Ky. Mr. Jim Richardson, of Roley, I Dr. H. B. Simpson sick list. is on the Mr. and Mrs. HardenJiCundiff Louisville And The Times News AND THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR Adair County It Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. is Democratic, FOR ONLY $4.50. but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adah County News both for 4.50 per year. Special Notice! Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Kjr. Is making Special Sales at Special Prices. Hay Presses, Both Horse ) has been visiting! relatives in Taylor county, has returned Sparksville. ted anywhere. home. She madelherjtwol months short. She returned last SunHas the best corps of corrst Miss Alice England, who has day night. been sick for some time, is betpondents. The storm last Monday night ter at this writing. Kentucky field pai Covers the Born, to the wife of Austin did considerable damage in this fectly. Gilpin, on July 23rd, a 10 pound neighborhood. AtMr. Sink Covers the general news fitl girl. Mother and baby doing hay, oats and wheat stack well. Austin said all he hated were blown down, and at Mr; completely. was he couldn't help the DemRuel Hutchison about thirty Has the best and fullest mw ocratic party by another vote. trees were blown down, one beBradshaw Bros., of Columbia, ing blown kets reports. across his house. His are still in our community makcorn and tobacco werejdamaged. DEMOCRATIC in politics bl ing staves. Mrs. Brack Masaie, of Colum fair to everybody. Elrod& Co., are the best stave bia, spent last Wednesday with makers that ever struck this SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP countryr her daughter, Mrs. Claud Calli-sothe best afternoon paper prln Ab-sh- er n. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Summer COnstipatiOn Dangerous. Constipation in Summertime is more dangerous than in the fall, winter or spring. The food you eat is often contaminated and is more likely to ferment in your stomach. Then you are apt to drink much cold water during the hot weather, thus injuring your stomach. Colic, Fever, Ptomaine Poisoning and other ills are natural rewill keep you well, sults. as it increases the Bile, the natural laxative, which rids the bowels of the congested poisonous waste. will make you feel better. Pleasant and effective. Take a dose 50c at Paull Drug Co. Ad. x Po-Do-L- ax to-nig- was at Ruel Hutch isons, Sunday. He reports it very dryjin his neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Everett! Murrell spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hood. Mr. Harden Cundiff, wifejand son, Clarence, and! Mrs. Ella Feese spent last Sunday at Mr. Dick Feese at Plumpoint. Mrs, Feese made them a Ifew days visit. Miss BettieLeeButler, who Charles Sumner Hamlin, recently appointed a member of the federal reserve board for two years, has been, assistant secretary of the treasury in charge of fiscal bureaus since last February. Mr. Hamlin had been under consideration for some time, but it Is said the president desired to keep him in the treasury department. Seven members make up the board, including the secretary of the treasury and the comptroller of the currency. The five appointive members will sen e respectively two. four, six, eight and ten years. The purpose of the difference in the terms of office is to divide the membership into classes. e A native of Boston and years of age. Mr. Hamlin has had a large experience in financial affairs. He was educated at Harvard and "was graduated from the law school of that university in 1SSG, beginning practice in Boston. During the second administration of President Cleveland Mr. namlin served as assistant secretary of the treasury and after leaving that department in 1S97 went to Japan as special commissioner for this country. In the same year he served in the same capacity at the convention of Russia, Japan and the United States. He also represented Uncle Sam in the fur seal controversy with Great Britain. Mr. Hamlin is the author of the 'Index Digest of Interstate Commerce Laws" and has written on many financial subjects. He has been prominent in politics and was prominently mentioned as the Democratic candidate for governor of Massachusetts in 1910. fifty-thre- Head of Naval Affairs Committee. Perhaps no representative in congress has been more busy than Lemuel Phillips Padgett of Tennessee, chairman of the house committee on naval tffairs. during the present session. The naval affairs committee of the house has a membership of twenty-onfourteen Democrats and seven Republicans, the same as all the other e, TION RIGHT AWAY DENTAL OFI'ICE Dr. James Triplett DENTIST - Leslie Gadberry, who is running a family grocery between this place and Columbia, is going to put up a new store house at an early date, and he is going to try for a po3t office at his place of business. We would certainly be glad to have it. We are glad to state that our school has commenced. Miss Mary Young is our teacher and we are well pleased with her. Mr. Ruel Hutchison sold one pair of mules and a mare last week. Price unknown. IiEMtJEI. P. PADGETT. OVER PAULL DRUG- CO. Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 2Q. and Gasoline Engine Power. SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILLS, Six, Eight, and Nine Disc. See or write him before buying. Wheat threshers are plentiful in this community, and the Infection and Insect Bites Dangerous office: phonh ea wheat is turning out extra well. Mosquitoes, flies and other insects, Our corn crop is looking fair- which breed quickly in garbage pails, ly well at this writing. ponds of stagnant water, barns, musty Stomach Pains and Indigestion caused me great distress for two years. I tried many things for rolfpf. hnt rntlittln liflln. tillnfc Inst. Tfnnnf it in the best pUls or medicine I ever tried places, etc., are carriers of disease. Every time they bite you, they inject Costly Treatment. poison into your system "I was troubled with constipation some dread disease may from which result. It is and indigestion and spent hundreds of DR. KING'S Woodson Lewis New Life Pills 25 CENTS C.E. Hatfield. Guran. W. Va. PIR BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS. dollars for medicine and treatment," writes C. H. Hines, of Whitlock, Ark. "I went to a St. Louis hospital, also to a hospital in "New Orleans, but no was effected. On returning home I began taking Chamberlain's Tablets, and worked right along. I used them for'some time and am now all right." Ad- Sold by Paull Drug Co. antiseptic and a few drops will neutralize the infection caused by insect bites or rusty nails. Sloan's Liniment disinfects Cuts, Bruises and Sores. You cannot afford to be without it in your home. Money back if not satisfied Only 25c. at Paull Drug Co. Ad. Important committees. The ranking Republican member of the committee Is Thomas S. Butler of Pennsylvania. Congressman Padgett is a native of the state he represents, a lawyer by h profession and is in his year. He was educated at Erskine college. South Carolina, and began the practice of law in 1S70 in Columbia. Tenn., where he has always resided. In 1S94 he was a presidential elector. Before being sent to congress he served one term in the Tennessee senate. He first went to Washington as a national legislator as a member of th& h congress and has since been regularly returned. He became chairman of the naval affairs commlfc-te-e when the Democrats secured cob trot of the house. fifty-nintFifty-sevent- . 1 t in , " ' fr ' s-- c ' THBSADAICOUNTY NEWS, )- 1HMB!MMHM!M 'Ma - McCLELLAN BROS Great Ml WE HAYE-MAD- summer and Glen 678 I i vile" THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY, Aug. m some large investments in the past fesv months and must raise several thousand dollars within the next few days. No Need to Deny the Truth We Need the Moneymust have it and our stock of goods here must be cut down to meet prevailing conIn the lives of all commercial men there comes a time ditions. when ready cash is at a premium. This time is not coming with us it is already here. Heroic sacrifices are sometimes necessary this is one of the times. We Have Decided to Close Out Every Dollars Worth Summer Goods and a Sufficient Amount of Other Goods Raise the Cash We Need. This stock consists of Mens, Boys and Childrens Clothing; Mens, Women and Childrens Shoes and Oxfords. Men and Boys Hats of yr ,n iwL "i if $' MNM! til x to This stock consists of Dress Goods, Lawns and Linens. Dry Good, Hosiery. Ribbons, bma The peoples, knowledge of the high standard of merchandise we carry, together with the prices named below, will move our surplus stock and move it nb'w; Practically. all of these goods were bought from and Caps. Underwear, Neckwear, Hosiery, & etc. large factories through our wholesale house at Nashville and shipped direct to this store at exact factory cost. In this way we buy our goods about 20 per cent, cheaper than other merchants buy them. What chance has any other merchant to meet our prices when he pays about 20 per cent, more for his goods than we do for ours. broidery, Laces, Corsets, Lace Curtains. Funiture, stoves, Etc. in iYIat ting. Sewing Machines, & Shirts, The Following arc Examples, Mens Hats Regular $1.50 Hats, Sale. Price Regular $2.25 Hats.'Sale Price Regular $3.50 "Stetsons," Sale Price Not Exceptions Umbrellas Extra, Extra, Extra SH I RTS 165 Mens Shirts, without collars, $1.00 ?. ;$1.50 'r :T ,$2.75 5 dozen Umbrellas, Ladies and Mens, 50i values, cut to 35c 75c fine quality Oxfords Mens Bostonian Oxfords $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00, Sale price Edwin Clapp $6.00 and 87.00 Shoes and Oxfords for the first time at 1f -- 6 dozen Umbrellas, Ladies and Mens, ,goocl, jj .00 values, reduced to ' 1 S2.50 $4.50 95c $1.75 $2.25 135 good 50c values, Sale price J Mens Pants Regular $1.25 Mens Pants' cut to Regular $2i00 Mens Pantcut 4 dozen Umbrellas, Ladies and Mens, tape edge taffeta,' imported hand carved .. 75 $1.25 .$1.75 .$2.75 handles, never offered for less than $2. now tJ &4 A A "" 1 50 doz. Mens Work Shirts, "President" well-know- Ladies Oxfords, values to $1.75 cut to and other n 50c brands, all sizes; all colors; Sale Price 35c $3.00 Mens Pants tut to Regular $4.00 Mens Pants cut to Dress Goods We have divided our entire line of high priced Values to $2.50 cut to Values to $3.50 cut to Or 3 of above for $1.00 Over 50 doz. Mens Negligee Shirts, beautiful patterns, some plain white, others white with neat 1 Mens Clothing Mens Suits worth $7.50; Sale Price. Mens Suits worth" $10.00; Sale Price Mens Suits worth $15.00; Sale Price. . Mens Suits worth $18,00; Sale Price-- . o Dress Goods into two great lots. sists of all Lot No. 1 con- Dress Goods of every kind and .$4.50 color formerly sold at 25c and 35c yd. now Lot No. 2 consists of all Dress Goods, Serges, all Wool Crepes and all other Materials from lJ v Woolen C CHILDRENS SLIPPERS ANY stripes. Our entire line of $ .00, $ 1 .25 $ 50 values, 1 ..$7.50 . PRICE TO GET. THEM OUT OF THE WAY. 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CI D "5 -- in 69- D cj O lO 3 s u Look Where you will, read what you may, the above prices will get your business v& a... 4. Don't Forget The Date m t'f SA j McClellan Bros w -- Don't Fail to Come w BurkesvIHe, Ky. a- ,1 i. . VA.. . 5 .'.s ?.- - 'v&. . .. tp,. ? v .js; t, ' r ' ,V '