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xCapt. W. W. Bradshaw's Sunday
Schoel Work.
The American Sunday School Union
presents a brief statement of Capt.W.
W. Bradshaw's Sunday School work up
to three years before his death. Comes
from his Superintendent S. D. Hen
derson, KyM Rev. J. H. McCullagh.
Capt. W. W. Bradshaw was a noted
cavalry officer during the civil war.
For the past twenty-eight years he
has been our intrepid misssonary in
the roughest mountain region of Ken
tucky. In a number of counties he
established the first Sabbath schools
ever known within their bounds.
At the risk of his life, he has visit
ed communities rent asunder by
bloody feuds and unfurled the Gospel
standard of peace and good will. The
following Illustrates some features of
his work.
One thousand and forty Sunday
Schools, located in iifty-six different
counties have been organized by Capt.
W. W. Bradshaw,. These schools
have furnished instruction for eighty
thousand children. One hundred and
two young men from these schools
have become ministers, seventy-eight
churches have been organized and
nine thousand conversions reported.
Visiting the communities where he
started the work, he -was glad to find
so many Schools in a flourishing con
dition after more than twenty years
of usefulness. At one point a promi
nent phisician said, "Bradshaw this
place is not as 3'ou knew it years ago,
when you were around here organiz
ing those Sunday Schools, I did not
believe they would amount to any
thing. But they are monuments
which will last forever. Instead of
this being one of the worst places in
the state, it is now as good as the best.
I have practiced through ehis section
for thirty-five years and know what
it was then, and what it is to day."
This commendation may also be ap
plied to the schools of our other mis
sionaries. The Secretary of Missions, Philadel
phia, Pa., gives a copy of the resolu
tion adopted by the Board of Mana
gers of the American Sunday School
Union on January 3rd. 1913.
Resolved, That we recognize that in
the death of Capt. W. W Bradshaw
the world loses a good man and that
this Seciety loses a wise, faithful ag
gressive and singularly successful Mis
sionary, who through the long period
of thirty one years of service in this
relation has given evidence of his
tireless energy and unswerving devo
tion to the interest of the spiritually
destitute boys and girls in the moun
tain regions of Eastern Kentucky."
Attest G. P. Williams, D. D.
Philadelphia, Jan. 23rd. 15)13.
He adds to the above, this is no for
mal resolution, but is a genuine ex
pression of the high opinion in which
we hold our good brother.
We shall long remember him, and
his work will go on telling for right
eousness during all the years to come.
The seed he has sown will bring
forth fruit that will be gathered br
others in the distant future. He saw
much of the blessing God gave to his
labors while here with us, but much
.more will greet his eye's when all shall
stand before the King.
Special Notice.
Parties indebted to the firm of Drs.
Russell & Hindman for medical ser
vices and wishing to settle their ac
counts with the doctors will please do
so before Feb. lo, as -said firm has
dissolved partnership and will after
that date place all their accounts in
the hands of a collector.. All accounts
due said firm must be settled by that
timesome way, as the doctors will
after that keep separate accounts
while they still occupy the same of
fice. No Need to Stop Work
When the doctor orders jou to stop
work it staggers you I can't, you
say. You know you are weak, run
down and failing in health day by day
but you must work as long as you can
stand. What you need is Electric
Bitters to give tone, strength and vig
or to your sj stem, to prevent break
down and build you up. Don't be
weak, sickly or ailing when Electric
Bitters will benefit you from the first
-ose. Thousands bless them for
tJir- glorious health and strength.
Try them Every bottle is gua ranteed
to satisfy. Only 50c. at Paull Drug
All notes and accounts are now due
and I need the money. Please come set
tle at once. It will save yuu a tn- or
W. t. Walker.
Honor Roll.
Virgie Hawkins.
Nellie Smith.
Grade second.
James Franklin.
Kieth Beck.
grade .THIRD.
Payne Garvin.
Katie Taylor.
Edith Cooper.
Eva Walker.
Estella Denney.
Nellie Simms.
Frances Strange.
Stella Antle.
Corine Breeding.
Nell Hancock.
Mary Winfrey.
Martha Grissom.
Allen Eubank.
Otha Miller.
Wallaco Coffey.
Creel Beck.
Lawrence Antle.
Alonzo Summers.
Bonnie Judd.
Letitia Paull.
Anna Eubank.
Minnie Ingram.
Virginia Coffey.
Creel Nell.
Rex Holladay.
Kate Cooper.
. Mary Myers.
Katherine Gill.
Grace Conover.
Bryant Garnett.
Smith Gill.
Nellie Tarter.
Leonora Lowe.
The total enrollment to date for the
Graded school is 233, which likes only
44 of enrolling the entire number list
ed in the district.
The management of the school feels
very grateful for the hearty co-operation
of the patrons.
We invite you to attend our Wed
nesday morning chapel exersises which
grows in interest each meeting.
Methodist Minister Recommends
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Rev. James A. Lewis, Milaca, Minn,
writes: "Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy has been a needed and welcomed
guest in our home for a number of
years. I highly recommend it to my
fellows as being a medicine worthy of
trial in cases of colds, coughs and
croup." Give Chamberlai's Cough
Remedy a trial and we are confident
you will find it effectual and continue
to use it as occasion requires for years
to come, as many others have done
For sale by Paull Drug Co.
Grand special sale on good Burley
and Dark tobacco Saturday Feb. 8,
1913. Buyers from other markets have
asked an oppertunity to be with us, at
the same time requested a good line of
tobacco on the floor. Please bring
your best tobacco, properly grading
and ordering before starting with it
to the market We have the promise
of Mr. Cannon, the famous South
Carolina auctioneer; also the assurance
of other necessary assistants to make
this the greatest sale our market has
ever witnessed. We are expecting a
nice clean run of fancy burley and
bright oily heavy bodied darks in good
order, well classed; and have arranged
to offer from 150,000 to 200,000 lbs. at
date mentioned above Don't miss
this certainty to get a premium on
your tobacco, this is the opportunity
of your life and means much to those
who join in. Thankingyou in advance
for your co-operation and assuring you
that every effort will be brought to
bear to influence "Tip Top" prices.
We are
Yours very truly
Greensburg Loose Leaf Tobacco Ware
house Co. .
Perhaps some of your readers will
be interested in knowing what kind
of weather we have been having the
tw o last Januarys. In January lsH2
the highest temperature was. 38, the
lowest was 14 below zero, the average
was 20. En January 1013 the "highest
was GO, the lowest 20, and the aver
age was 35. These reccnings were
taken at 7 o'clock each morning. In
1912 there were 17 cloudy mornings,
and in 1913 there were 21.
Dr U. L. Taylor.
Foxes Wanted.
Grey Foxes $2.50, Red Foxes 85.00;
Minks 88.00 to 88.00 each; Coons 81.25,
andexpress. "Send name of yourex
pressofflce in first letter;
W; T. Hodgen,-
Box 232 Campbellsville, Ky.
Mass Meeting.
A mass meeting was held Sunday
afternoon Feb. 2 1913, in the metho-.
dist church, Columbia, Ky., to indorse
the Kenyon-Sanders anti-shippers bill
now pending before congress.
On motion Judge N. H. Moss was
unanimously elected chairman and
Chesterfield Turner, secretary.
J. S. Chandler, pastor of methodist
church, spoke as to the purpose of the
bill, pointing out the great victory
which the passage of this bill would
give the anti-saloon people. He read
a letter urging our two United
States Senators to use their vote and
influence for this bill. On motion
of Rev. Chandler the letter was re
ferred to the following committee:
F. R. Winfrey, G. B. Smith and Dr.
U. L. Taylor. The letter was report
ed and adopted as read with this sug
gestion that the citizens of the meet
ing be given an opportunity to sign it
A motion was carried that a copy of
this letter with the signatures be
sent to each of the following named
gentlemen, United States Senators,
T. H. Paynter and W. O. Bradley,
and Representative in congress, Har
vey Helm.
The following men spoke very en
thusiastically as to the benefit to be
derived from the passage of this bill.
Rev. J. S. Chandler, pastor M. E.
Rev. O. P. Bush, pastor Baptist
Rev. Z. T. Williams, pastor Chris
tian Church.
Dr. U. L Taylor.
Judge F R. Winfrey.
A Resolution was adopted to have
the county paper publish the proceed
ingsof the meeting", and letter to
gether with its signatures following
is the lettor.
Chesterfield Turner, Secy.
Columbia, Ky., Feb., 2, 1913.
Senators T. H. Paynter and
W. O. Bradley:
Washington, D. C.
Dear Sirs,
We, citizens of Adair county, Ky.,
in mass-meeting assembled, feeling
that it is for the best interest of our
beloved county and State that the
Kenyon-Sanders anti-shipping bill be
come a law, do thereby most earnestly
request you gentleman, as our repre
sentatives in the Senate of the United
States, to vote for the passage of said
bill. Respectfully,
N. II. Moss, Judge A. C. C, Chair.,
Chesterfield Turner, Supt., City
Schools, Sec'y., J. Z. Conover, Dep ,
Jailer, M. L. Grissom, H. T. Walker,
S. G. Denney, Mrs. Goe. W. Staples,
Elizabeth Holladay, Mrs. JolmO. Rus
sell. Mary Chandler, Rev. O. P. Bush,
William Chapman Dohoney, W. T.
McFarland, R. R.
T. G. Rasner, J. A
Braxton Massie, G.
Stephenson, W. II.
Moss, J. II Pelly,
Vire, G. R. Reed,
P. S my the, G M.
Gaines, Elios A.
Dunbar, H. B. Garnett, W
mer, J. M. Russell, Melvin
P. Sum
Conover, W I. Ingram, I. E. McDougle, W. O.
Murrell, R H.Durham, G. C. Garri
son, C. R Hutchison, Guy Stephen
son, Jo S. Knifley, W. L. Frankum, L
Denton. .las. Triplett, Sam Stephen
son, J. G. Eubank, R. F Rowe, Edwin
Cravens, Ray ' Montgomery, Atty.,
Marie Denton, Mary Breeding, Jno.
W. Ottley, Mrs. J. W. Walker, Nettie
Clark, J. C. Spears. .1. D' Walker, G
A. Smith, Mrs. R. F. Rowe, Mrs. R.
R. Moss. Jo N Conover, Marvin Per
ryman, Mrs. J I. Simpson, Miss Liz
zie Murrell, U. L. Taylor, M. D.,
Nannie Vance, Sallie E. Murphy,
Oct a via M. Reed, M. A. Smith, Mrs.
W. T. McFarlaud, Miranda Williams,
J W. Coy, G B. Smith, F. R. Win
frey, W. T. Garvin, J. S. Chandler,
Pastor Methodist church, Z. T. Wil
liams, Fred Rainwater
Every Student.
Every student who has ever com
pleted a course in Telegraphy and
Railroad Accounting in the Bowling
Green Business University has gone to
a good position immediately on gradu
ating. Now is a good time for young
men to enter railroad service.
A pocket-book containing
dollar bill, one 10 dollar bill
5 dollar bills, and a check
made payab'e to the undersigned and
signed by Geo. Herri ford. Will pay a
J. R. Parrott. "
13-2t - J' ' "
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For Sale.,,..
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House and large lot, near the Graded
School, also 30 acres of' land 2 miles
from town.
Frank Sinclair
Off They Go.
A change in the condition of the
pike from tnis town to Campbellsville,
from bad to worse forces W. R. Myers
and son to withdraw their automo
bile service until the summer sun
shine overcomes the winter rains and
freezes. Apparently, last week, the
outlook was favorable, the future
seemed certain to warrant a continu
ance, of the good service they were
giving, but the rain softening the
roads, heavy wagons digingdeep rutes,
the rough stone tumbled on the road
all combined to make it unsafe and al
most impassable for autos. It is a
means of protecting the public and
safeguarding their personal interest
that these gentlemen further refuse
to operate their machines on this
road. They are mail contractors and
to that extent are compelled to carry
out their agreement which will be
done on the old hacks, arrangements
having been made with Goff Bros.
Liverymen of this town, to keep
the hacks going. These gentlemen
inform The News man that they re
gret to take this step but as above
stated no other safe course was open.
The inconvenience and wory to the
traveling public are plain to us all.
The effect on this entire community
is neither wholesome nor appreciated,
but no one acquainted with conditions
will have any just ground for criticis
ing the course taken.
Lebanon, within a few days, will re
turn to its old wallow in the mire.
The Court of Appeals sustained the
lower court in its decision confirming
the victory of the wets in the election
held last jear. For several years Leb
anon has been a dry town but all the
while in the grasp of better conten
tion between those who favored and
those opposed to the legal sale of
liquors. From our view point, from
what we hvae seen of wet Lebanon
and dry Lebanon certainly a mistake
has been made. One thousand dollars
will be the licens imposed by the town
and it is probable that several saloons
will open within a few days.
A Good Improvement.
Postmaster W. A. Coffey has safe
guarded the mail by a heavy wire
screen so'that the office may remain
open on Sunday for the convenience
of those who have lock boxes. This
was not an expensive matter, yet it
will be highly appreciated by many
who can get their mail without incon
venience to themselves or to the post
master. The Best Cough Medicine
"I have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy ever since I have been keep
ing house," says L. C. Ilames, of Mar
bury, Ala. "I consider it one of the
best remedies I ever U9ed. My child
ren have all taken it and it works like
a charm. For colds and whooping
cough it is excellent." For sale by
Paull Drug Co.
In the month of January marriage
licens were issued to the following
parties by County Court, lerk Walker
G. R. Shirley and Grace Ilainey.
J. R. Rowe and Alace Richards.
Alvin Rossen and Flora Pickett.
W. A. Sapp and Cora Eastridge.
S. II. Mitchell and Maggie Brooks.
Elam T. Gibson and Jennie Dickson
Valentine Leftwich and Ella Rudd.
W. F. Melson and Mada Cundiff.
James Reader and Lela Watson.
Mr. Erret Feese who has spent
several years in printing offices in this
State lias decided that fresh air and
fbroader ranges for exercise lead to
more happiness and better results.
He is now comfortably quartered on a
farm near town and will endeavor to
reduce the cost of living.
Goff Bros, are now conveying passen
geis to and from Campbellsville.
They are using light hacks and sur
reys and can carry you in comfort.
They are prepared to take baggage.
The same old price of 81 50 prevails.
Dr. King's New Discovery.
Soothes irritated throat and lungs,
stops chronic and hacking cough, re
lieves tickling throat, tastes nice.
Take no other; once used, always
used. Buy it at Paull Drug Co.
"R. K. Young of Columbia, and J.
A. Young' of Glensfor,k, bought fifty
head of cattle in Cumberland county.
4ast week rangieg in price from 4 to 5
pents per pound.. Ttiey left Tuesdayif
morning for the Stanford market with
75 .head.
if. w
Quite a number of farmers in this
section started plows last week and
with favorable weather much ground
will be turned in a few more days
It's a Go.
Quite a number have recently asked
if the Baptists of this town mean to
build their new church. To settle
the fears and doubts of many we an
swer that the committee recently re
turned plans for certain corrections,
which, when done, we feel will prove
satisfactory to the entire congregation
and that no further delay will be nec
essary in this important work. It is
the opinion of the building committee
that active work on the building will
begin in the early Spring. You need
not further question for we are all
keeping the faith and while the com
mittee may appear to some a slow
moving body, yet you may put it down
for a fact that it is a certain moving
one. Make yonr arrangements not
only to pay what you promised but to
give more if necessary.
For Sale.
I can furnish a complete Newspaper
and Job outfit at a remarkabley low
price. I have the press, type and all
necessary materials for a good plant.
The outfit used to print The Specta
tor and the Feese JobOffice when com
bined will make strickly a first-class
country plant. I have both and will
sell so cheap that it would surprise
any one, who knows the worth of
printing machinery and material.
C. S. Harris.
Mothers Can Safely Buy
Dr. King's New Discovery and give it
to the little ones when ailing and suf
fering with colds, coughs throat or
lung troubles, tastes nice, harmless
once used, always used. Mrs. Bruce
Crawford, Niagra, Mo. writes: "Dr.
King's New Discovery changed our
boy from a pale weak sick boy to the
picture of health." Always helps.
Buy it at Paull Drug Co.
The First National Bank has made
some inside adjustments in its build
ing which adds much convenience and
comfort to its officials as well as to
many of its customers. A private
room is made and in cold weather is
used for the comfort of those who
need the heat of a good fire.
A party was given last Friday night
at the home of Mr. G. H. Nell, by
Misses Creel Nell and Kate Gill.
There were many present, and the
evening was passed most pleasantly by
all those present
Col II. C. Trigg, a prominent citi
zen of Glasgow, known and appreciat
ed by many people in this section,
died last Sunday in Florida. Col.
Trigg was a public spirited citizen
who will be greatly missed in Barren
county where he had spent most of
his life and whose effort to advance
the interest of his town and county
brought good and lasting results.
For Sale.
Black Jack with white points, 15
hands, coming 4 years old 6 choicely
bred Reg-Huriford Bulls, ol enough
for service, will make special prices to
quick buyers.
R. T. Baker,
Amandaville, y.
Surprise Your Friends
For four weeks regularly use Dr.
Kiug's New Life Pills. They stimu
late the liver, improve digestion, re
move blood impuritities, pimples and
eruptions disappuar from your face
and body and you feel better. Begin
at once. Buy it at Paull Drug Co.
Last week Mr. N M. Tutt sold all
the saw timber on his track of land on
Sulphur, to Sandusky and Company.
This timber will be cut and hauled to
their mill in Columbia as soon as the
road will permit heavy traffic As we
understand the price paid was six
hundred dollars.
One of the most interesting cases
tried in the circuit court in its Janu
ary term was the commonwealth
against W. O. McAlister. Some sev
eral days were spent in this trial which
resulted in a hung jury.
Single Comb White Leghorn eggsi
Ifor batching, 65c for 15. If by Parcel
Post, you pay postage. Book your or-
d&r'&irly as I will have, only a limited
M rs. J no. N. Conover.
.tl.k'eep on baud an .assortment of
Spectacles. If- you need glasgesit- will
pay you to see me.
J. P. Beard.
V. M. Gowdy Co., Wholesale Grocery
doing business in the Sinclair
building, opposite the Livery stable
in this town, has removed to the
brick building in the South east corn
er of the square, formerly occupied by
the Reed Hardware Co. This change
in location give this company the
very best location and a large com
fortable building. They trust that
their many patrons will appreciate
this change as they will be in better
position to meet the comforts of those
who have been faithful and loyal in
the past.
Old Age
Ole age as it comes in the orderly
process of nature is a beautiful and
majestic thing. It stands for experi
ence, knowledge, wisdom, counsel.
That is old age as it should be, but old
age as it often is means poor digestion
torpid bowels, a sluggish liver and a
general feeling of Hi health, despond
ency and misery. This in almost ev
ery instance is wholly necessary.
One of Chamberlain's Tablets taken
immeniately aftersupper will improve
the digestion, tone up tne liver and
regulate the bowels. That feeling of
despondency will give way to one of
hope and good cheer. For sale by
Paull Drug Co.
Can't You Understand.
Many, many times we have notified
the people of this section that we will
not print unsigned communications,
and yet, nearly every week news items
are received and no signature to show
from whence they came. Into the
basket they go. We appreciate any
news items and your timidity should
not prevent you from givinsr them.
Sign your name in sending in matter
for publication if you expect to see it
in the News.
A National Business School.
Kentucky is the home of an institu
tion that is now enjoying a national
reputation. All the southern states
ad more than half of the northern
are now sending students to the Bowl
ing Greeu Business University. Its
graduates axe also in strong demand
and are employed as they complete
their courses.
We desire to inform the people of
this section and district that it is
highly probable that Mr. E. M. Cox
will not have a clear road for the Re
publican nomination for senator in
this district, a gentleman of qualifi
cation, merit and adaptability with
strong party ties, clean record, broad
aquaintance and unyielding persist
ency informs us that he will probably
cast "his hat in the ring." He lives
in this end of the district a::d is well
and favorbly known in every county
composing it.
For Sale.
A tract of land. 40 acres, 2 miles'
frora Columbia, Ky., Address F. O.
Brase, Cairo, 111., R. F. D. 1
There will be the regular preaching
service at the Presbyterian Church
next Sabbath morning and evening,
midweek prayermeeting Wednesday,
7 p.m.
J N. Crawford, minister.
Don't you Believe II
Some say that chronic constipation
cannot be cured. Don't jou believe
it. Chamberlain's Tablets have cured
others why not you? Give them a
trial. They cost only a quarter. For
sale by Paull Drug Co.
Egg Machines.
J. O. Russell's stock of about 100
White Leghorn hens and pullets pro
duced 147U eggs during the month of
Lost A gold watch charm with
Knight's Templar emblem on it.
Finder please leave at this office and
receive a good reward.
C. S Harris.
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Fred Deuson sold a 3. jear old filly
to Brack Cain, last week, for 8175.00.
She is an extra good one and cheap at
the price.
An extra good Jersey cow for sale.
Will calve in three weeks.
L. Cf. Hindman. .
Columbia, Ky.
,. The light from burning plant beds
or shrubery from fields to be cultivat
ed are discernable nearly every night.
, Peafowls Wanted.
$'1.5 0 to $2.00 each
W. J. iten.
Capbellsv;.ie, Ky.

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