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Attorney General Garnettj" wif e(and
eonjpd M'a.jYalplexnatiiH re
turn, to. Frankfort to-day it
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M;r? 'aiii;. :"Q, Cr'Bindnian.'of'
MiUtjpsrnJ'are spending '.a. few days in
Bowing Gresu,yjsiting Mrs -Hindman
parepti arid friends,-' .
Mr. J. C Blair, of Fe" lyton, was in
Columbia last Monday and left a dol
lar rokeep The News Koing "
Rev J S Chandler returned Fri
day nigli&from a business trip to Bus-,
Mr. G T. Conover, who makes his
home in Louisville, after visiting rel
atives in Adair, returned to the city
Monday. . .,.
W. T. HendrickSon Judge ott.IKe
Taylor: county court? was- he'rfcMolfv
day. ., .
Miss May Feese, who spent lasbek-
visitin here cousin, little Miss Bon-
nie Pelley, on JDisappointraent- -returned
Judge W. W. Jones and Mr. R F.
Paull made a business trip to James-,
town last Monday.
Messrs. R. F. Rowe, Hugh Richard
son, Ray Flowers and A. S, Ghewning
were in Campbeilsville last Friday
nighb. - &;
Mr. W. L. Baker, wife and children,
of Monticello, are visiting at the
home of Mr. Baker's father, JudgeH,
Dr. P. H. Conover and wife, of Mt.
Vernon, Ky., are visiting Mrs. Con
over's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B
Mr. L. H. CabeH, Miami, was in Co
Miss Emma Bragg, of Jamestown, is
spending a few weeks with her sister,
MrslW. E McCandless.
Mr. Vesten Holt, Jamestown was
here a day or two of last week.
Dr. Woodruff'FJower?, of Winches
ter, spent last Saturday with his
mother, brothers and friends.
Mr. A. C. Hill, Glasgow, was here a
few days ago. ...
Mr.'Campbell Hutchison, who. has I
been employed at Indianapolis for
some time, is at home, on a visit.
Mr. C. G. Jelfries, Jailer of Adair
county, was in Casey county several
days of last week.
Mrs. C. C. Breeding and her little
daughter, Mabel, are visiting relatives
in Bakerton and Burkesville.
Mr. Frank Richardson, who has
been in Indiana for two months, re
turned home last week.
Judge W. W. Jones, Mr. J."WD. Rus
sell and Mr. Sam Lewis made a busi
ness trip to Campbeilsville aew days
Miss Frances Garuett, Frankfort, is
here tc spend several weeks with her
aunt, Miss Jennie Garnett, and other
relatives. ., ,.
Mr. W. L.JEvans, representing Mill
er & Young, wholesale candy, Louis
ville, was here a few days ago, calling
upon our grocery men.
Mr W. R. Tjyon, Mr J Q. Alexand
er and Mr. S. D. Barbee came over
from Campbeilsville the latter part of
Mr. J. M. Durham, Campbeilsville,
was here, looking for stock, last week.
Mr. A. C. Loy, of Olga, Russell
county, was in Columbia last Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Glasgow, who
teach at Catlettsburg, are in the coun
ty, visiting Mrs. Glasgow's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Shirley.
MissS. R. Marcumwho is connect
ed with a large school at Rock Hill,
S. C, reached home a few days ago
and will remain several weeks. She
has many friends who were glad to see
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams and
their little daughter, Katherinepf
Moutpelier, spent several days of last.
week at the home of Mrs. Williams''
father, Dr. J. T. Jones, who lives buj
a short distance from Columbia.
Miss Ina May Wade, of Lexington,
who is a granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Russell' this place, is here
on a visit. Her grandparents were de
lighted with her coming, as as it had
been sometime since they had seen
. Mr. Melviu White, who reached
here from North Carolina, lastveek,
with a view.of teaching the school at
Holey, resigned the position and left
for his home last Thursday. Mr. White
was sick-when he left his home in the
South, and he showed but little im
provement after reaching this place.
He could not tell, from his feelings,
when he would be restored to health,
hence he concluded that it would be'
for the best for him to return-home.
Mr. White is a native of Adair coun
ty and has in itmany warm,- personal
friends. . - .
Mj-.Le'e Chelf was here from Knif
tey Monday. ,
Messrs. J. T. Gowdy, J. JE. Gowdy
and Henry Parrott were here the: first
of the .week.
Mr M Cravens spen Saturday and
Sunday at home.
Mrs J. T. Hendrickson andstwo
daughtersCarapbellsville were at the
Hancock Hotel Monday.
Mr. H. V Denver, who has accepted
a position from a Louisville firm, has
been assigned the State of Indiana
Mrs. Tim Cravens has been, quire
sick for several days.
Mr and "rs. O. C. Kimbler, -Sew-eiltdri'tfVigited
here the first of the
i Mr ?Fred HanCbck, of LouisYille,and
Mr S N. Hancock of Ehda, JN. Mex.J
nave arrived,, tyo be at tne oeasiae or
their motherland '1s quite low. '"
Mrs. Sarari'Bradshaw, who isnow in
Barren courity.'writes that she.is liav-.J
ing a delightful -visit, and when she
leaves Barren county she will go to
Franklin,1 Ky., and visit her niece,
Mrs. J-F. Claycomb. Will probabjy
not return home before the first t bt
September. " - - r "
Mr. B. G Roach and wife'-of' Mc
Gregor, Texas, tire visiting their rela
tives in the Toria section of Adair
county. Mr. Roach left this county a
number of years ago, locating in Texas.
Father Time has been good to him, and
he is now a gentleman in easy circum
stances. His many friends in this
county gave him and his wife a very
cordial greetingv - He is a brothers ,of j
Mr. isim Roach.
A very good rain .fell here Monday
night, not anything like what is need
ed, but it has helped the growing
crops "wonderfully. Late beans, to
matotoes and other garden truck has
Mr. Rollin Cundiff, son of Mr. Perry
Cuudiff, has accepted a position in the
Bank of Columbia. He is a young
man of excellent character and good
Mr J. L. Johnson sold L. W. Ben
nett a bunch of beautiful South-down
lambs that averaged 83 pounds.
L. E. Young was on the Louisville
market last week with a bunch of
sheep. He sold at 7, 8 and 9 cents.
Yates & Dixon struck water on Mr.
N. M. Tutt's lot, back of the News
office, at a depth of 22 feet and 3
Born, to the wife of Sam Willis.
July 12, a daughter.
The -Colored Teachers' Institute
will be held during the last week in
July beginning on the 27th and end
ing on the 31st. All colored teachers
who hold certificates or who expect to
enter the September examination will
be required to attend Thursday, July
30th, will be colored visitors' day, and
it is earnestly requested that every
colored visitor in the county be pres
ent on that day. Prof. J. W. Bell,
Principal of the Earlington Colored
High School, will be the instructor.
Tobias Huffaker, Supt., A. C. S.
Rubber Tires Put On and Guaran
teed. Goff Bros.
Chickens . . .
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Geese,, .1 :...:.
Wool spring clipping.
Beeswax .. . ...
May Applefper lb)
YcVre Billious and Costive!
Sick Headache, Bad Breath, Sour
Stomach, Furred Tongue ind Indiges
tion, Mean Liver and Bowels clogged.
Clean up tpnight. Get a 25c. botte of
Dr. Icing's New Life Pills today and
empty the stomach and bowels of fer
menting, gassy foods and waste. A
full bowell movement gives.a satisfied
thankful feeling makes you feel fine.
Effective, yet mild. Don't gripe. 25c
Pecommended by Paull Drug Co. Ad
We have been having some dry
weather for the iast weeks. Our
gardens are about dried up arid
the Irish potato crop is' a failure.
' Mrs. DolHe Morris, of Ozark,
is visiting her father, Mn-'jim
Mrs. T. T. Baker spent Sun
day with Mrs. E. W. Thomas.
Mrs. Robert Young, of Nash
ville, Tenn., visited relatives at
this place last week.,
Aunt Bettie Cole, who has-been
sick-for the past week, is better
at this w.riting.
? ! Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Black
spent vJast Sunday with Mrs.
Mr.' and Mrs. 0. V. Cheatham
visitecLMr. and Mrs. C. T. Keen
, Sunday.. School at Providence
'is getting along nicely with W.
y. Nqrris, Superintendent.
Misses Nettie and Sarah Keen
spent Saturday night and Sun
day with Miss Ruth Thomas.
! Mr. Charlie Cole was in Burkes--vilie
last Monday. ' -'
Several from this place spent
the fourth attfee Sulphur Springs
Messrs. Dearing and Strange
Cole attended the moonlight par--!
ty at Pate Traylor's last Wednes
day night . and, reported a nice
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Fletcher
spent last Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Elem Fletcher.
The fourth of July, about noon
Mrs. Vick Baker was surprised
with a dinner. It was. her birth
day. All her children and grand
children came in with their bas
kets well-filled. -
Mr G. D. Parrish, of Baker
ton, and Mrs. J. A. Parrishpf
Amandaville,returned home Mon
day from a visit to friends in
The school-house on the ridge
near James Cole, is nearly com
pleted. It will be ready for
teaching the second Monday.
Miss Willie Petty, of Inroad will
be the teacher.
Corn. is looking fine in this com
munity, but is needing rain very
We all have our wheat stacked
and are now ready for the thresh-
er. Wheat is better than for
Miss Verna Bryant, of Colum
bia, is visiting friends and rela
tives at this place this week.
School commenced at Concord
Monday with Mr. Joe Calhoun,
as teacher. We think we are
lucky to get such an excellent
James and Dudley Hayesjef t
for their schools, Breeding and
Purdy, respectively last Monday.
The singing at Shiloh Sunday
afternoon was reported, quite a
success. There will be another
one the first Sunday in August.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blair are
visiting at Mr. Robert Anderson's
in Russell county.
The family reunion at Mr. J
D. Hayes on the 4th of Julywas
quite a success. His children
and grand children from Taylor
and Green county arrived on Fri
day night. There were 23 of
them. Mr.v Willie Hays, wife
; and five children; Mr. Luther
Bays, wife and four children;
MrEsty Haysy .wife and three.
dhildrefc and Mr. Charley Hafc-j
mon, wife arid two children and
ky. W. F Blair, wife and three
children and Carl Hays, of Adair,'
ancTas'the hbirtof noon approach
ed on Independence Day neigh
bors and 'friencls begin to arrive
with well-filled baskets and a ta
ble being erected under the old
apple trees, a bounteous repast
was "spread and partaken' of.
There were 85 ih number and we
wish Mr. Hays many more such
happy family reunions.
.-Mrs. .Green Kean has beeni
ve'ry sick for the paBt week
Rain is very badly needed in:
this part of the country.
Irish potatoes are suffering
more than any other kind of veg
etation. On Sunday, June 21st, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Gaines, Mr. and
Mrs. Grover Aaron took with
them some of their boy and girl
friends to the Payne Cane for a
picnic. The names were as fol
lows: Messrs. Hugh Sharp, Tom
Wolford, Silas Kean, George
Cook, Orley Holt and John
Vaughan; Misses Anna Vaugha'n
Ena Oaks, Olga Lawless, Eula 1
Holt, Stella Gaines and Eula
iOaks. There 'being - .well-filled
baskets, at noon they all ate din
ner. The day being very much
enjoyed by all, and at 2 o'clock
they left for Sunday School at
Mr. E. C. Lawless and family
ame in Saturday night from
Indianapolis. Mr. Lawless has
sold his stock in the coal busi
ness and he says he prefers
"Mi. E. C. Clayton and family
and Misses Clara and Bernice
Ross, Rock House Bottom, visit
ed Liston and Effie Lawless, Sat
Mrs. Sam Coffey ,has been sick
for several weeks.
A little boy of Freemon Pierce
has something like fever.
Sunday, July 5th, Arnold Holt
and Ruth Harris were marrid at
the bride's home near Esto. Bro.
Edward Aaron officiating. Then
they started for the home of the
groom where a nice supper was
awaiting them. The table" being
well-filled with good things to
eat and nicely decorated. The
supper being much enjoyed by
their many friends and relatives,
there being '54 present The
bride is a popular young lady, a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs George
Harris, the groom is a son of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Holt, They
will go to house keeping in a
As there has been r:0 news to
read from our -place for a long
time, I will send in a few items.
The gardens and corn are need
Mrs. Ann Morris is not so well
Our farmers are through stack
ing their wheat and ready for
Miss Estelle Willis and Mr.
Eldridge Barger have opened up
a new"' firm at Joppa: Every
thing looks ftvely, and Mr. Kirt
ley is still having his usual trade.
Mrs. R. 0. Young and two
children, Arline and Gerel, and
'Miss Joedell Strange, of Bos
.worth, Mo., are visiting rela
tives and friends.nere now.
RICE & ALLEN Proprietor J
We have put in a Wholesale Exchange House at Roley, Casey Creek, for'
the purpose of Wholesaling flour to the Merchants and Exchanging flour an5
bran for wheat. Also paying the Highest Cash Price for wheat. We are now
ready for business.
RICE& ALLEN,! Elkhorn, Ky
.:'. Misse8.Allie Garnett and.El
ria Murrell, Messrs. Robt Willis.
atod -Walter Murrell attended. the
dedication at Tabernacle Jast
Sunday. Mr. Lewis Young and
sister, Mary, visited their cous
ins, Misses Cary and Bess Cabell,
of Dunnville, last Saturday
night and came back to the ded
Misses Helen and Ruth Upton,
of Glenville, visited Misses Mary
and Mattie Young last Tuesday.
.Miss May Upton begun her
second school at Zion last Mon
day. All parents should start
their children at once, as Miss
May is a good teacher 'and uses
no partiality among her pupils.
Mr. John Young, wife and
daughter, -Mattie,- Mrs. R. O.
Young and children, Mr. A. 0.
Young arid wife, ' Misses Eva
MurrelP and Julia Lloyd spent
Sunday with Misses Dora and
Last Sunday morning several
of the neighbors with their bas
kets filled with cakes,pies, chick
ens, salads etc., went to the
homeofMr.R. M.Cabellwherewell trained sadde mare Tfce
he had his vegetables gathered , daHng gmith) percfaed on .
ready for cooking. The women j back rodfi quiet,y tQ tfae hmjs
soon had it on the table and all L the astonishment of the w
sat down and ate bountifully
About 4 o'clock the crowd was
invited down to one among the:
coldest springs in the county, to
lemonade and cake. The lem
onade was furnished by Mr.
John Troutman. Those present
were: Mr. Geo. Powell and wife
Mr. Everett Montgomery and
wife, Mr. Rollin Powell and wife,
Mr. Wm. Thompson and wife,.
Mr. R. 0. Cabell and sister, An
tha, Mr. W. 0. Bryant, Messrs.
John Troutman and Charlie Mur
rell. At breaking up time it
was announced Mr. Thompson
would treat the crowd at some
spring to watermelons, if his
vines continues to do well, some
time in August.
LiioW Uncle Smith Made a Believer
of "JId Gent."
Smith Wooldridge, of Russell
Springs, Ky., a man about 83
years of age, a grizzled and bat
tle scarred veteran of the Civil
war, wears the blue ribbon., un-
Questioned, for truth telling in
these parts since the death of
Sam Christman and the depart
ure of Robert Tyree, his vener
able age and his Santa Clause
whiskers give him a 'kind of su
premacy over the would be as
pirants in that he can tell old
timefa. His latest is an account
of how he tamed a vicious cow,
owned by his father,, when he
(smith) was a mere boy. No.
one could milk or handle this
cow except Smitb. At one time
the cattle broke into J'udge
Green's corn. Smith and a col
ored man, slave at that time own-
'.ed by Smith's'father, were sent
ito drive them out.
rJ All the cattle were easily got
ten across the river except "01.
Gent." She was in another pari .
of the field. Presently, here
she came and plunged into the
river, while the negro scaled the
nearest sycamore. Smith stoofi
his grounds and oldly followed
herfinto the water, and took her
by the tail. When she reached,
swimming water he begun tc
climblherltail and landed on her
back. The cow fought furious- '
ly, but the gallant Smith was
not to be outdone. He caught
her by the horns and put her tc
the boftpm.R where the water
was thirty feet deep. Then she
wasiallowed to come to the tor:
to breathe. This was repeated
some twenty-five times. The
cdw, now being thoroughly sub
dued and completely exhausted,
was allowed to reach the bank
She emerged from the water,
drew a few deep breaths, shoot
the water from her dripping hide
and set off for the house, dis
playing all the docility of the
From this time on she was
what her name . .. .Qd
Gent." After this Smith's in
valid mother and little sister
could handle the cow with per
fect safety. This ordeal greatly
erihanced the value of the cow
it not only rendering her harm
less but doubled her utility in
that she played the role of sad
clle horse as well as milk cow.
Written by W. T. Gaskins,
Russell Springs, Ky.
N. A. A. OMseting.
The annual meeting of tlie National
Association of Amateur Oarsmen win
be hel? at the New York Athletic club
on I-..r.i .. At this session the dat
and Dlaee for the 1914 national regatt
will be arranged. According to an offi
clal of the national bmi.r. Philadelphia;
will probably get the big event, al
though several western cities are aft
Philadelphia has not had the event
for several years, and since-the Quak
ers' course on the Schuylkill Is one of
the best in the country the chances arc
the National xssociation of Amateur
Oarsmen will vote favorably for Phila
delphia. Baltimore and Detroit alse
are after the date.
Harry Lewis Quits Ring:
Harry Besterman. better known tc
ring followers as Harry Lewis, whe
is slowly improving at his home from-
tue injuries ue rewneu wai vi-wi
when he was knocked out in the fifth
round of a bout with, Joe Borrell. an
Indianapolis middleweight, declared he
will never again don a glove. He says
that an injury he sustained in an auto
mobile accident in London a few years
ago. is tne real cause of bis condition.
The rormer fighter made his reputa
tion in the lightweight class and. wat
fct on time the sensation of Paris.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have twe
holdouts on their hands. Claude Hen
drick. the pitcher, says he will not
play with the Pirates Unless he is giv
en an increase in salary. He demande
$7,500 and says that if Dreyfuss re
cuses to gife ifto him he will jump
to the Federals. Max Carey is hold
ing the Pirates up for a SCHOO salary.
President Qreyfuss refuses' to 'discus
the question; hut it is thought that he
wilhmake some sort of compromise.