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'JA, rx?&x&& rr .- - the;adair county-news -A Gradyville. .Our boys are catching plenty of fish out of our creek this week. The weather has been a little warm for the past few days. - We are glad to note that the fruit in this section is not killed. Dr. and m Mrs. L. C. Nell and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Diddle at tended the exercises at Columbia Thursday night. - Mr. J. N. Coffey, of Columbia, put in several days of last week in this community surveying. Messrs. Morrison & Baker and McKinney & Bishop are doing jine sawing this good weather. Both of these saw mills are run ning in this community and are giving quite a number of hands employment. We are glad to note that uncle Ed Franklin is on the pension roll. The next we want to hear of is Uncle Daniel Mooneyham. W. C Yates, of Portland, was here the first of the week and re ports plenty of corn in his sec tion at $1.00 per bu., for sale. Messrs. Frank Dohoney, Ghat Browning and R. W. Shirley of the Milltown section, were here one day last week on business. McKinley Moore and H. Roach, two young men from the Weed sommnnity, have gone to parts unknown. Their parents are very much distressed. We take -it that they will be like the Prodigal son as the days go by and will return. Wilmore & Moss are receiving a new stock of general merchan dise this week and also a car load of fertilizer preparatory for the spring trade. Miss Sallie Diddle, of Colum bia, is visiting relatives here this week. Messrs. Durham & Hicks, of Sreensburg, who are having quite a lot of timber sawed near this place, were here last week looking after their lumber. They reported that they had 4uite a lot of lumber ready tojbe hauled to the depot at this time. Men that have teams that fare not engaged in their crop can find employment at good prices. Now just turn yourself loose and come down this way if youjwant to get plenty of work to do for yourself and team. Mrs. Christie is spending a few days with relatives in Metcalfe county this week. Mr. Silas Cain has the finest mule colt in this section. When you see it you will be convinced. Mr. W. P. Flowers is prizing a very fine crop of tobacco this week. It is certainly a fine crop. Mr. Flowers understands how to grow the weed and he knows ex actly how to handle it after it is made. When his crop is put on the market and sold we shall ex - pect to hear of the best prices of any that has been sold from old Adair this season if it brings its value. Mr. Bridgewater, of Greens burg, was here last week look ing after cattle and sheep for future delivery. He was offer ing good prices if the grade of stock was the best. Pellyton. Mr. J. C. Blair and son were jn town to-day. Mr. W. G. Ellis wasin Colum liia. last week. Mri J. Doss is moving his mill Oh, Ho, Ho, Hum! Wake Up. Shak It Off. ,You Need Tonic. Braces, Cleanser, Xow's the time to give your body , ch, bowels, kidneys, and your stomach, blood a good, old-fashioned house cleaning and get rid of the stagnant impurities that you've been storing up all winter. Your whole system is so clogged up that every vital organ in your body is half asleep. That's what makes you feel so lazy, tired and yawny. Your vital energy and steam and vim and force are bot tled up and corked so tightly with impuri ties that they can't erefc out. Remove the stoppef and watch them siz zle Watch the lazy, yawny feeling vanish and feel the renovat ed blood start rush ing through your zi p i ,.,!irnh Hn Hnmi t ayi-iK &. 11 r v .7, .irawm, MXS. i lAWlM V MnvJe ly your tired JUICE to Overcome this Tired-Out Feeiing"you by offering some nerves will pick up and how wonder-wortn ess imitation of his own. fully rested, refreched you feel after a good night's sleep. from J. C. Blairs farm, near Edith. Missess Etwal Lemmons and Adell Coffey spent Saturday night with Miss Iva Pelley. Miss Bertha Blair went to Rheber last week. - , Miss Deaf Walker has been visiting Misses Bertha and Stel la Blair for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Coffey were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blair last Saturday. Miss Era Ellis and sister, Bes sie were visiting their grandma a few Sundays ago. Mrs. Mary Proppes is very sick at this writing. Mr. Jo Blair lost a fine mare colt last week. Miss Era Ellis spent Sunday night with Miss Bertha Blair. Mrs. W. E. Blair was visiting at Thomas Miles' last week. The Easter hunt was enjoyed by the children and old folks. Farmers are very busy when the weather permits. Pickett. There has been several cases of la grippe in this section in the last few weeks. 'Squire W. G. Pickett attended fiscal court in Columbia last week. W. H. Kemp was on the sick list several days of last week. Born to the wife of Dora Kemp on the 10th, a boy. Mr. Rollin Pickett returned from Illinois one day last week. Mr. Ed Whitlock, of Bliss, was here a few days ago on bus iness, We organized our Sunday School the first Sunday in April, so on the second Sunday, we had a large crowd, and after school we had an egg hunt for the chil dren. They sure enjoyed hunt ing for the eggs. We had a nice time, and there were 91 enrolled. We hope our school will reach one hundred. We have had some nice farm ing weather in the last few days, and the people have certainly made use of it in turning the soil. Mr. Jim McMahan's house burned last Saturday, and a por tion of -its contents. I under stand there was some insurance on the house. The wheat crop is looking fine in this section f Spring Fever. ROOT JUICE The Wonder and Body PurifieJ. ROOT JUICE will show you these results in a few day's time- Its the greatest blood and renovator, system cteanser, builder, revitalizer and tonic ' you ever used in all your life. It wakes ' i up every part and organ in the body f 'and it's safemade of Nature's ownt restoratives r oots 1 erbs, leaves and barks. It's ajnew and ' different kind of ton-1 ic, and a wonder. All good druggists sell ir on a guarantee t.o" give back every ceni J it costs if you're not I more than sat'sfied I Get a bottle and try it. Try it for just a few days on this guar antee. But remem ber, get the genuine ROOT JUICE and don't let any unrelia- SiirMv w.ri onrrbie aruggiso insun Jacks At The Fair Grounds. I will offer for public service for the season of 1914, STARLIGHT and MURPHEY, two high-class young Tacks, at the Columbia Fair Grounds. They are specimens that are rarely ev er seen in this section of the State They are i years old, black in color with white points, 15 and 15 hands high, with extreme length, weight, substance and finish. They are excep tionally well bred, having for their sire the famous show Jack, Kentucky Champion, and out of Starlight Jen nets. The Starlights being the most popular family yet known. These Jacks have been well cared for and are in excellent condition for service. Terms S8.00 to insure a living colt. In all cases money is due when colt is foaled, mare .traded, parted with, bred to other stock or -removed from neighborhood. Geo. Coffey, Agt.' W. C. Rodgers has got able to do some work. There seems to be lots of to bacco plants this time, in this section. The grass is coming fine now and the people are sure glad to see it, as it is needed in this part of the country. Mr. Otho Whitlock, of Fry, and J. W. Posey, of Kemp, were in the Louisville market a few days ago, buying their spring goods. r A little child of Jim stone, of- color, was buried at Pickett's Chapel cemetery one day last week. Mr. Alex Estes, our blacksmith, is getting a good deal of work to do in the shop. There is still lots of railroad ties to haul in this neighborhood. W. G. Pickett sold a few days ago a lot of timber. Price $400, Ozark. Bro. Chandler filled his reg ular appointment at Clear Spring, last Sunday." The day being Easter, he gave us a beautiful and impressive sermon on the Resurrection. Born to the .wife of N. A. Mc Kinley, April 14, a daughter. El(i5sjl-:yTKjW 9 9 prXjPPHGKiijS iSSBMBJETi'M?3iiHiiaMM 6afcsSBE4lsKl -IW if I n-f -.'jjl "I he above picture is a natural photuraph of JUDAS the famous Purcheron Staiiion he will make The season of 19f4, at my barn, one and one-half miles east of Columbia, on the bumerset road, for the sum of $10 00 to insure a living coit. DESCRIPTION: Judas is a 6 year old purcheron, a steel gray, weighs 1700 pounds and is 16 hands hig'.i. VU is a perfect model and a world beater. Remember that the Auto and such like modes of conveyance have lessened the demand for saddle and harness horses. But remember that they have nothing to do vvith the Farm and Draft horse. Remember that every farming country in the world wants the Purcheson horse. The leading mule producing States are raising mules from the Purcheron marcs. Se this horse before you breed, I will gladly show you his certificate of registration and Pedi gree. Judas has proven himself to be a great breeder. His foals of 1913 are the best 1 year old colts ever seen in this country and his foals of 1914 are second to none. He is kind and well disposed. Money due when colt is fualed or mare traded or removed from neigh borhood. Ail care will be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. W. G. McKINLEY. An infant of Mr and Bob Floyd, also Mr. and HUMin wuson. uiea recenuy. i The abotfe mentioned mothers are sisters. Mrs. T. J. Bryant is not so well. Her daughter, Miss Etta, is also on the sick list. Mr. Hayse is slowly improving. Mr. -Toe H. Barger has been suffering intensely for a week with toothache and neuralgia. There is quite a lot of business going-on in our little community. The spoke company resumed work last week, at Mr. E. A. McKinley's. Maupin & Co., are busy with their saw mill on the farm of Mr. Bill Floyd. The farmers are putting in every day that is suitable to farm. Mr. Jo Kearns will remove to Columbia to-day, to take charge of the shop and tools he recently purchased from the Helm estate. He is a useful man, and the en tire community regret his leav ing. fttr. and Mrs. Mont Conover entertained several of their friends last Sunday, in their ev er pleasant, happy manner. Miss Lula Bryant was a guest of Miss Nannie Bailey last Sun day. Mr. W. J. Gabbert visited on Green river last week. Mr. R. A. Montgomery was sick last week. Mr. B. B. Montgomery is , spending a few days with rel atives here. He has been trav eling the past winter in the in teresfrof his work photography. Coburg. - & ? fi -... vt f Mr. and Mrsi J. B. Peirdwiere; - on business. C Mr. Silas Johnson) of Knifley, visited his sister, Mrs. B. H. Mrs. , jf Mrs. r Stock Farm II U If r or many nana vjemury The Standard evidence of $?v Mastic Paint. Sv and mush $riva sure you get "The Kind It will save you many a dollar, i ,, x. KF S0.VLS3U))- l & "HM. NSSS .covers more suriace, ionics Deccer manany otr.ar pamn. 5' PDPE1 Asknsforillll5trni-prlhnnl-7.it "TTnmja. .inn1 TTnTrr ! to Paint Them, "also color S to PSASLEE-GADLBERT CO., InMnwMted, S5SS KS Donii n .. cn...., m. uuii ii w vunijjanj', k cwi uiuS vuuiaiij', jm 'tffcjwbi US Columbia, Kenucky. WCW Hescamp, of this place, last week. Mrs. Rebecca Morris, who has been at the bedside of her niece, Mrs. Chester Subiett, returned home Sunday. Mr. J. W. Bryant and family, Mr. Curtis Bryant arid . family have rented a large farm near Campbellsville, and removed to it last week. .Mr. Charley Morris was in Campbellsville, Friday. The Coburg Milling Co., contin ues ta have fine trade. -Master Henry Wade received a nice box of Easter candies from Jus little cousin, Annie Bell Hud- son, of Garlan, Texas. Sunday School opened at Kelly- ville cliirch last JSunday, with & 3 - J&" sMrfE. H. Davis Is superintend ent. We are glad . to have him with us as our superintendent for the year. of Excellence 'TViic: rppnrr? n1n-oi in vvwJ-n'-.rrse- AJS the high quality cf g Every gallon 's, yarar.tcod ' absolute KPjHsCArf-inn Ro &Z g; m m Zr.it Thac Lasts' ?Zfj TA-U because it wears lonar, "tO PZ .. . . yifx XJX card, or write direct J&Z Locmille, Ky. -, From Illinois. Prentice, April 13, '14. Editor News: I am in a strange country, and do not know many people, sol am kinder lonesome and thought I would pass off the time in writ ing a letter to The News my old home paper. I am a girl of 14 years, and I keep house for my papa. -I love to see him come home when he is off at work, for it so lonesome for me alone. I can get out and wander around, but when it is cold I get lonesome. All the company I have when papa is at work, is my little dog Rover. We brought him from my old Ken tucky Jiome. Bessie Humphress. Cough Medicine for Children Too much care cannot bee used in selecting a cough medicine for chil dren It should be pleasant to take, contain no harmful substance and be most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets these requirements and is a favorite with the mothers of young children everywhere. For sale by Paull Drug Co. . Ad z&sz Kgir . iBia5ifeTSL f "i .Ti -. - mJ. - Jl .