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NUMBER The Churches and 1 has just been announced that Miss The Contest is making a lot of for The News and Russell & Mary Feese and Mr. Cleveland Thomas There is an old German in Clinton Co., and incidentally it is bringing in a were married on the second Sunday in ohserved by union services in the local county named Johnny Morg, who has lot of new business. This new business December. Eld. Mont Gabbert offi-i- s, churches, is carried into the New Year reached his, one hundred and twenty-fourt- h of course, welcome, but better than ciated. Mr. Thomas is a young man of then there will be a moral and spiritual MANAGED BY ADAIR COUNTY year, and at this time is quite the business itself, is the knowledge good habits and splendid business at uplift for Columbia. Even the worst active, his mental faculties unimpaired. NEWS AND RUSSELL & CO. that Columbia isn't so slow after all! tainments, and is employed by the L & of weather conditions and the conse- Dr. .1. N. Page, of this place, is well The interest taken in the Contest and N Railroad The bride is one of Cane quent small attendance on many of the acquainted with him, but thought he the support given the candidates show Valley's most popular ladies a daughtservices did not stay the enthusiasm of had long since passed beyond the veil, County er of that the people the leaders. They were as men sud but a Clinton county gentleman was in How End of Seventh commercially aliveof Adair blue andare side inMr. Robert Feese. They will reCorbin. The News extends its all and true denly awakened to the community's his store a few days ago and informed good wishes. that they want in order to prove their real needs and spoke vigorously, point- him that "Uncle" Johnny was hale and is an oppor Week's Voting. edly, sympathetically. They did not hearty and was yet a very interesting Announcement. tunity. This is the spirit that means ' hesitate to say that the members of man. The old gentleman was a soldier more business and money in the bank ' tht churches were taking their obliga- in the war of 1812 and is especially enfor everybody. And if this same spirit Mr and Mrs. W. B. Rowe announce tions too lightly; that the officers of the tertaining while relating events of W. FLOWERS, BRUCE MONTGOMERY AND ROBERT REED. is shown in all undertakings, public and the engagement of their daughter, law were too slack in vigilance and hostilities that closed one hundred years COUNTERS, J. private, that are made by our poeple, a Elizabeth, to Mr. Porter A. Strange.of enforcement of good order; and that ago, When he enlisted he was twenty-fiv- e richer and happier community is the! Jacksboro. Texas. The marriage wilt the good citizens and business men were years old. When he first landed sure and certain result. take place early in February. but half awake to the evils that exist in Clinton county he was a trained boxAll votes once polled and listed are in Piano contest to Monday night, 7 p.m., Jan. 9, 1910. Ballots cast and that threaten the community. As er and no man could stand in" front of 378 775 not transferable. No candidate can Nellie Follis, Columbia Card of Thanks. proof of these charges it was submitted him, though small in statue himself. 334 525 drop out and throwher votes to another Rose Hunn, Columbia d drink traffic is inthat the 264 075 contestant. We make this statement Julia Price, Bliss creasing its ravages in our midst with I wish to thank the many friends Married in Jeffersonviile. 187 800 anticipating possible inquiries along through the News for their kindness to Rosa Bell, Nell no effective and streanous effort at its 172 700 this line. The only ways by which Madge Rosenfield, Columbia suppression; that "harmless" chance me during the long illness of my hus169 175 Piano votes can bejobtained are through Last Saturday night Mr. James Mrs. J. C. Browning, Milltown devices that tend to cultivate the gamband resulting in death Words fail tc ' 165 125 subscriptions to the News. 1000 votes Bell Butler, Columbia bling evil are encouraged in too many Meader, son of Mr. W. I. Meader, Cirexpress my appreciations. 156 100 for each dollar onj-jneSubscriptions Ethel Moore, Purdy Mrs. W. T. Grissom. business houses; and that there was a cuit Clerk of Taylor county, and Miss 152 000 and renewals, through Russell & Co.. .' Edith Cummins, of New Albany, Ind., Alva Knight, Jamestown persistent, systematic effort being made 144 300 who are giving 200votesjon each dollar : Nora Bradshaw, Montpelier Notice. to the public Pool Room. left Campbellsville for Jeffersonviile, 140 400 purchase from their general stock ;and where they were married Sunday Ella Conover, Columbia Then other existing and threaten 134 050 1000 votes for each dollar purchased i Mary Squires, Columbia ed evils were pointed out as reasons for morning. We understand that the bride The Educational Board of Russell 132 050 form their Novelty Jewplry Depart is a cultured young woman and was Ada Feese, Cane Valley r greater diligence in moral efforts. The County Ky., will, on Monday Feb. 6. 125 475 ment. : ?v. .V. Fannie Sandusky, Glensfork speakers were by no means forgetful quite popular with her associates. The 1911, at the court house in Jamestown, 71 800 groom is engaged with his father, who Winfrey, Columbia Lucile of the good work already done and the furnishing All our accounts are due Jan. 1, 1911, Ky., let the contract for the 57 900 Allie Garnett, Columbia excellent moral position attained by our conducts a grocery store in Campbellsof 200,000, bricks to build the County ' 55 200 we expect you tojsettle up. Creel Nell, Gradyville town, and made grateful mention of ville. By the time this paper reaches High School Building at Jamestown, 54 625 v.ft?-Nellie Waggener, Columbia Russell & Co. the agencies and efforts that have its readers the couple will have returnKy , to the lowest and best bidder. 54 600 Grace Dudley, Glensfork brought about this most desirable con- ed and recieved the congratulations of The Boaid will receive sealed bids 48 000 Mr. Frank Burris writes as follows Rosa May Conover, Montpelier ,.."... dition. It was but the warning cry of their many friends. said date. Bricks to be regular "....-.46 600 from Morrow, Ohio: "I wish to tell until Mrs C. M. Russell, Columbia the watchmen who beheld the approach 60 percent of same must 46 000 the Adair County boys how I am get- size, at least . .... Estelle Bennett, Purdy Sixty Years ago. of danger. Never was the sweet felbe hard brjck, and must be burned on 44 200 ting along. This is a fine country Mary Miller, Columbia lowship of believers more manifest than site for said school building, or if 44 100 plenty of t . . .. '. Louise Grissom, Columbia work, and if any of my the We have some samples of homemade at present exists amongst the churches, not burned there, roust be delivered on 43 700 friends are out of a job they can get Nancy Willis, Columbia j.7. and never were pastors more eager to dress goods, sent in'by a correspondent said site, by the party furnishing same 43 700 sixteen hours a day here. 1 wish to McFarland, Rowena Ess to, which the women of Hulda point their people toward higher moral at free of cost, to the County Board, and 39 900 thank the people of McGaha for getLuttie Barger, J oppa and spiritual attainments. With the should examine and see the character are to be ready for use on August 15, 39 900 ting together and celebrating my death .' Helen Upton, Glensfork of of Sunday dresses worn sixty years ago. united sympathy and 1911. 37 600 and me so far away. I know thatsome Ina Hulse, Columbia the working forces the year 1911 will The writer says: The contracting party will be requir.'..$37 325 will hate to hear that it was a mistake. I send you some samples of the old Mrs. Dan Clark, Columbia witness a great advance for our ed to execute bond to the County Board 33 900 I am not dead and can prove it. Well, v. ..... . Virgie McLean, Columbia churches and in the things that are time cotton cloth, or dress goods. for the faithful performance of said 31 900 the people who came to my paps and Minnie Rodgers, Milltown These are pieces of my mothers dresses worth while for our community. Robert Antle, Chairman, contract. 30 00 helped them grieve, will have to come Mattie Hatcher. Milltown which she carded, spun and colored with J. R. Crawford. ' J. C. Popplewell, Secretary. 30 200 togerher again; some time it will le to Mrs. B. M. Currie, Columbia the old time Indigo, in the old time blue 28 000 do over. I am at Hays Burton's today. , I will sell my home or exchange it Lee Vista Royse, Columbia dye pot, then vove on the old time Public Sale of Valuable Farm. 26 600 Mont lives here and has a big boy at j Loy, Fairplay Bettie loom, then with needle, thread and for country property. It is located on 26 300 his house. Mont is doing well. People Bomar Heights Zella Fields, Breeding thimble made them with her fingers It is a four ro-- cotThe farm known as "Chapel Farm'' 19 900 here are having a fine time sleigh- .Mallie Moss, Columbia The women of that day would some tage, good we'l and good outbuildings. situated on the north prong of Casey times compete with each other to see 17 300 riding." Lula Royse, Garlin A. L. Sinclair, Creek about 3X miles above Roley which could make the finest piece of 9 100 Mattie Gibson, Breeding, Columbia, Ky. 10 It 8 500 To the Public. Annie L. Blakeman, Milltown. (Casey Creek, P. 0.) will be offered cloth, so the one that succeeded had the 7 150 Mary Caldwell, Milltown The Board of supervisors will comat public sale Tuesday, January 24th, at nicest Sunday dress. 6 900 Valeria Turner, Glenville Some of them made their own wedmonth, plete their work next Friday. We Beginning the first day of the 10 a. m., on premises. The farm will ding gowns. They would bleach the I will allow no goods to leave my com- iearn from a number of the board that be offered first in four tracts of 104i cotton as white as possible, would then mission house until the charges are few property holders have been raised. acres each and than as a whole. Terms card and spin both warp and woof as Elect New Officers. NEXT SUNDAY. PREACHING paid. I will pot longer do a credit He also reported that the list returned by the assessor is much more satisSam Lewis. business. I cash and three notes for 3, 5, and 7 fine as possible, so fine that they could factory than usual. Last year a great The following are names of new offyears. Pastor and Trustees of St Ber- draw the warp through their open ended W. H. C. Sandidge, Greensburg. thimble after being warped ready for Parents who contemplate starting many people were raised. icers elected in Tampico Lodge No 419. Clementsville, Ky. nard's Church, F. J. Barger, Smiths Chapel. the loom. When the dress was comtheir sons and daughters to school, Joseph W. Russell, W. M. Z. T. Williams, Pleasant Hill. Miss Lena May Caldwell, daughter, plete and the happy day arrived the should remember that the Lindsey-WilsoJ. M. .Hancock, S. W. Adair County Registrars. J. R. Crawford, Edmonton. bride-t- o be would bedeck herself in her D O. Eubank, J. W. this place, can give ?s good ser- of Mrs. Hiley Caldwell, was married G. W. Pangburn, Elroy. home spun robe ready to meet the bride vices as institutions some distance from in Decatur, 111., to Mr. Samuel B. TayJ. W. Sublett, Tieas. A list of the local Registrars of Adair groom whose wedding suit would also be J F. Black, Cane Valley. home, and at less cost. Pupils can be lor, a farmer on the 25th, of December. A, H. Judd, Secty. County under the new vital statitics of home made material, flaxen or tow, J. F. Turner, Mt. Pleasant. furnished board much cheaper than at The bride was a student in the M. and R. Smith, S. D. Thomas bill, and their post offices. W. J. Levi, Mt Gilead. made by the skillful hand of his mother. Claud Callison, J. D. other places, and the location is high F. High School this place, about seven District, 1 and 2, Paul Hughes, Co- What think you of this young ladies and J. Menzies, Mosbys Ridge and healthy. Let you children come years ago. John Littrell, Stewart and Tyler. lumbia. B. M. Currie, Columbia. M. B. gentlemen of today? for the winter and spring terms- - They District, 3, W. S. Hihdman, T. E. Ennis, Pleasant Valley. I want every physician in the county instructions and Until Feb. I, we will give 1000 votes will receive first-clas- s to be present at the society meeting J. F. Roach, Good Hope. Blacksmith Tools. with each one dollar cash paid on pur- will be given the closest attention. District, 4, W. G. Pickett, Pickett. L. F. Payne, Mt Carmel. next Friday, to discuss the new vital chase of ladies cloaks, coat' suits and 1 will sell a full set of blacksmith District, 5, Eugene Nell, Gradyville. D. H. Howerton, Columbia. statistics law. It is very important Public Sale. District. 6, George W. Dillon. Breedi tools, at the court-houB- e W. B. Cave, Pleasant Ridge. door, to the that the doctors all understand it alike Russell & Co. furs. ing. U. L. Taylor, Sec. highest bidder, next Monday about 1 On Monday, the first day of Circuit District, 7, Basil Chapman, Fairplay. o'clock d. m. They are good ones. Our patrons should bear in mind that court, I will sell, at my residence, all Columbia i sadly in need of a A series of meetings will commence District. 8, Lawrence C. Blair, Glens-fork- E. B. Wheat. A few weeks ago the laundry The News has adopted the cash sys- my household goods, consisting of 2 at the Christian church, some time in which was operated at this place by j tem and in order to get the paper the dressers; 1 sideboard, a range cook March. Eld Brant will do the preachMr. James Murray, whose home is District, 9, A. J. Combest, Ozark. Mr, G Rasner was consumed by fire, subscription price, $1.00 per year, must dining room chairs and table, near Columbia, and whose reason has everything destroyed, entailing a loss be paid in advance. Those who are be- stove, bedsteads, mattresses, springs, ing. He will.be assisted by his daughtDistrict, 10, J. O. White, Tarter. several law, who are singers. District, 11, Joseph Coffey, Pellyton. been dethroned for six or eight years, of one thousand dollars. Mr. Rasner hind on our books are urged to send in and many other articles necessary in er and son-iDistrict, P. William C. Wolford, was returned to Lakeland last Thurs- is not a man of means and this loss fell a remittance at once. The cash sys- house keeping. Sale to commence at Quite a number of mules were on the day. At the beginning of his affliction Casey Creek. market Monday, but only three sold. heavily upon him, as there was a debt tem, we are satisfied, will prove the 10 o'clock, a. m. 13, P. H. Bridgwater. Cane he was adiudeed and sent to the asv- - i District. Henry Altsheler was the purchaser, publisher and the t Geo. T. Flowers, Jr. upon the outfit. We understand that best for both the lum, remaining until it was thought he Valley. in the $145, $150 and $155. he would like to again engage District, 14, Henry Cooley, Absher. had recovered sufficiently to be sent business, but can not without help, Invitations have been received here Strayed A yellow collie pup, white . Under this law no persons can be home, but the trouble soon returned. Why not get up a joint stock company, Ezra Moore, Jamestown, Ky., who to the marriage of Miss Anne Read, buried until a permit has been secured He has caused his "brothers much un- purchase the machinery and give Mr. travels for Read Fertilzers Co. out of daughter of Mr. H. C. Read, to Mr breast. Bring him in and get pay. G T. Flowers, Jr. from the local registrar. The local easiness and worry, and they decided Rasner a chance to pay for it? We un- Nashville, Tenn.. closed a deal with I Willis Worthington Hale, of Cleveland. registrar must record all birth in the that it would be to his benefit and to derstand one thousand dollars would K Miller & son, Campbellsville, for Ohio. The ceremony will take place in It has been fifty years since the be- the benefit of the community to return buy a very good plant, and we take it 303 tons of fertilizer. 1. K. Miller & boundary of his territory. First Presbyterian Church, Fort ginning of the civil war. the him for treatment, hoping that he that Mr. Rasner would take a part of Son. are the biggest fertilizer dealers Smith, Ark , Jan. 18, 1911. A reception might be eventually restored in Southern Ky. Card of Thanks. the stock. at the home of the intended bride's parLast Sunday was the anniversary of Mr. Van Overton, who visited Mr. immediately after the ceremony. the battle of New Orleans. ents Next Monday will be the opening of The couple will reside at 1906, East one The Garlin Correspondent last week We want to thank our good neighbors j Tom and Sam Conover, this county.ten the Adair circuit court. We would be Circuit court commences next Monfor their kindness to us through the' years ago, is a very skillful mechanic. reported that Miss Grace Conover and glad if our friends over the county Hundred and Fifth street, Harlow Park. in- - day. t He III., and a a Mr. Bennett had surprised their lives at Winchester," A large crowd is expected to be Cleveland. Ohio. The father of the ninoao and Aoth nf our vQriw ! state- - would call at this office and settle their tended bride was born and reared in Co at the opening. short time ago he exhibited to Mr N. friends by getting married. This G. T. and Mattie Kemp Remember that each lumbia, a son of Rev. H. C. and Ada R Waggener. of this pi ce, who was in ' ment was incorrect, and we are inform- - indebtedness. dollar paid in gives the patron luuu Read deceased. Winchester, a fiddle, of his own make. t ed that the correspondent knew better The young ladies who expect to make nVtn Miooinn SfnrJxr plncc Haan r ' votes in the contest. which is a line piece of workmanship. when she wrote the item. A correa showing in the, piano contest must n u UUIIUIWIU, pUdbUl MIJCiGU UJ U keep moving. Lots of votes can be seIt is the old style make and has a very spondent should not undertake to play the Baptist church. The class will take sweet tone. Mr. Waggener ha3 a such jokes. To do so, is an injustice If you have a friend in the contest Examination for common school di- cured for the asking. up "The why and how of Foriegn Mis- photograph of who has recieved a large vote to plomas will be held in the office of the the instrument. that should not again1 be repeated, be this date, not meeting will oe held work for her It is a long Superintendent on Friday and Saturday, sions." The first I have three five room cottages for on the News. A minister in this town put it right sides it is an imposition 2 p. m., in the pastors Thursday at time until the first of April, and a can- the 27, and 28th of this month. It is t rent. G. P. Smythe. study. Other ladies than those who in a talk at the Baptist church during didate who is way down the list at this necessary to take the examination in Next week twelve good men will be order to enter the high school. have already signified their purpose to the week of prayer. He was speaking closeted in a room at the court-houstime, could be brought to the front. Hot soup and oysters willk be served join the class are invited to be present of unlawful acts and said that the reaat W. H. Wilson's store, next Sa'urday Invitations will be given to persons all at that time. This study class is open son there was so much lawlessness over the county to call and see them Mr. Robt. Harvey, who lived about Nomination of candidates in the piano night. five miles from Columbia, died last to al' the ladies of the church. Come abroad in the land- -in this county-w- as contest is closed. Persons voting must Saturday from the infirmilfcs of age. support some one of the candidates the moral cowardice of so called good ! anu ",e uul"a ouumu "c -" and be with us. Born, to the wife of Bruce Mont grand jury are not He was a good citizen and had reached dod citizens, who refuse to go to the court-s'on- s whose name appears in the published gomery, January 8, 1911, a daughter. good citizens. A man who . regarded as hill is now house when circuit court is in session knows of the law having been violated, an old age. His ailments kept him at list. The contest runs unjtil the first of Mother and baby doing well. , The Lindsey-Wilso- n they know. Reljgion home for many years. His aged wife April. - swarming with pupils and others are and tell what and the and refuses to el!' 6o.es still survives. The deceased was 88 t.otnrr arMori fro the ranks dailv. This will make a man tell the truth, but the Attention is called to the bargain adcountv a great inJ.UBUCe- y i kind some individuals have is not worth years old. in .All indications point to 1911 being the vertisement of Patteson school has been very liberally patron- - j: t..: qv. .;;- - v. . i ...;i jury--.j ,,,- - ooH.iA vnllP accounts at once 4 Lindsey-Wilso- n. ' si"'" this issue of the News. banner year for "the zed for the last sgyn years, a fine uipiyiB. Tbec? was a big tide in Cumb?riad The hill is now swarming with' humani- of the vprincipals, Prof room and give evasive answers to ques- - f the 1910 You can endorsement knowing that the truth could be j boats were ty, and many other pupils are expected " - rivCT last week and several The snow was ine on the growing ,Neilson and Mess and other numbers of tions, the Coiumbia square every Monday. dishonorable. up from Nashville. told, is wheat crop. John B Qrant 'this week. the faculty. If the spirit of earnestness which characterized the week of Prayer, just i'One hundred and Twenty-thre- e Years Old. THE PIANO CONTEST. The Contest. new-friends Secrecy Revealed. I the Candidates Stand at the I out-lawe- . " -. .- to-da- y .- ! '. I n, x Mill-tow- n. n I I ! u-t- - :Jk u,.f a I VFA. e. I "-- -- I I hself I andT-Denn- - 1 gee-Won.- I . f I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Ellensboro, N. C. Editor News: Allow me to tender the compliments of the season to News; as well as its clientele in the Old Kentucky Home. Truly the passing of the old ringing in of the new is, in the language of Geo. D. Prentice, a time for memory and tears. I can but reflect that I was at four years ago a Masonic banquet in rooms of to-da- y, was seized with a raging thirst. By the day for publication like Tom O'Shanter, he was "so drunk so glorious, he was op. the ills of life victorious." No paper would come out that week, and in next number the editor would say "we were sick the week fore and had moved into new j Reducing the Fertlizer Bill. CHRISTMASTIME. D. H. HOWERTON. ' PIANO CONTEST MOVING WITH A RUSH. The following poem was written by the pastor of Baptist Church, this place, and read by him before a ;x Christmas gathering during the holidays: Though neither a poet, nor the son of a poet, Nor very well versed in rhjme; This seemed to me a suitable day, To say a word in a general way, Of the gladness of Christmas time. 'Tis a time of good cheer, of gladness and joy; Of happiness, peace and good will: Say to worry, to care, discontent and to sorrow; No time nor attention do we allow you to borrow, To mar the gladness of Christmas time. From figures compiled by the Bureau of Statistics e De partment of Agriculture it is-- ; Aboul Sixty Young Ladies Out After the Five Piano Prizes shown that the commercial ferti-- ! lizer consumed in Virginia, North of-thj quarters." Lindsey-Wils- on building at Co- lumbia, Ky. This retrospect brings with it mingled feelings of joy and gladness. I never more forcibly observed the fact that we are growing old. Boys who were gay, debonair and vigorous when I left there in 1882 has the dimness of vision that time imposes, while the snow that never melts adorned their temples. To see Lucien Hurt and John Conover wearing glasses to read the bill of fare, seemed a mockery to the gayety of notions. Alao, while not wearing glasses I found myself holding the printed bill of fare much farther from ! my eyes than I did the tangible bill of fare from my face. I had hoped to again feel like McGre1st National Bank. Candidate's names and their standing gor on his native heath; but I The Trust ill appear every Tuesday in this publiconsole myself with the refrain; vine afflatus. cation. "Some day I'll wander back I wrote poetry by the yard Russell & Co., are offering bonus Missouri people who embarked votes to candidates bringing business to again." I often felt and by the perch. in the growth of tobacco to help their store. 200 votes will be given for As to local news, as to who the pangs of misjudged affeceach dollar purchase made from this the Trust down the Kentucky general stock and 1000 votes for each are visiting, marrying, being tions, and bewailed my sed lot Sk growers who were pooled for a dollar purchase from their newly estabgiven in marriage and who have in verse. Sometimes a change Candi Jewelry department. living price for their product are lished will accepted a fifteen dollar clerk- would come over the spirit of dates learn something to their ad- being "shown" by the Trust just vantage by calling at the store and con- ship; I don't suppose these mat- my dreams, and I would duly ferr," personally with the Contest how much regard it has for ters would interest your readers; chronicle the thrilling capture of manager. He has three plans of svs- . tools when it lus no further use tematic vote collecting which will be'of for I don't care a tinker's for Albert Bomar as a corn thief o? for them. Now that the price of great advantage to the young lady ean- any such gossip in any paper, suspect, by Joe Nat Conover, business, , sure enough Burley tobaccois get-.1 didates who mean Hst of candidates t0 The alleged Journals of Cleveland Dood Saunders, etc. Watch for fche ting down to about the ei g ht appear in next Tuesday's issue of the and Rutherford counties are filled a t other times the news would & If the voune ,adv of vour cent market, the Trust has with such cussedness, and I can be vouchsafed that Lucien Hurt choice is not entered, see to it that she xf use for the Missouri substitute is 0minated. Better be sure and use strike a match and read every- - had led three couples into the at any price and we hear no Coupon "B" today Now!, thing worth perusal before the promised land of Tennessee, who & more glowing reports of t h e & light expires were seeking canubial bliss. There are still to be found a high prices paid for Missouri I realize that a certain amount At another that Ben Pile, Sam few men who do not think they of local news is indispensable to Ike Garnett both high in the can fully enjoy the Christmas a county paper; and in the News I councils of "Adair County Fox X A Forward Movement. holidays without getting drunk. learn things about people that I Hunting Association" had To be intoxicated is to be deprived would not know. ed the script of the corporation The good road Congress which 0f ones rjght mind, yet this J' L- met in Louisville last week was, j3 the only way some people think I will say, in all candor, that for ready cash t0 TayIor and bride to fche sunny distinctively a forward and- pro-- , they can be happy. Poor deluded the News is about as versatile a gressive movement in Kentucky. fools! Some day we hope that they county paper as I ever saw. The fields o f Gretna Green. Some X correspondence from sons o f! laughed, others swore, but all It was a very representative wjh be able to look for joy and ' read what was written. Some body, accredited delegates being j pleasure beyond the little brown Kentucky who have sought new said that I was a sacreligious present from every section of the i jug its sorrow, misery and head-Stat- e. fields of endeavor are interest- ing, the editorials are pithy and cuss' whlle others saw It was a body of a high or- - aches. Of all times in the year 4 concise; whiie gleaning f romlof m entering the ministry. der of intelligence numbering t that men ought to be sober,it is either Prediction was realiz-full- y fc among its delegates some of the during the celebration of the and State press are care-!for- e ed l lef Kentucky, but found a most distinguished men of Ken- - birth of Christ. Harrodsburg and judiciously selected. paper at Shelby, N. C, known tucky. About half the 200 del- - Herald, The ancient local papeT was ,., . as America, egates were County Judges and 11 moeous; especially when The editor was town m"rshall Magistrates, men directly associ- An Associated Press dispat ch strove to be serious. and a man of valor. I wrote ated and constituting probably from Philadelhia says: Nine-th- e I remember the Spectator; also someof my characteristic stuff for best posted men i n t h e teen arrests were made by postal Journal that had a... the Farmes' OTwl :f Qf:wq cr.mv or the woman who tries to make some State on the subject. That this inspectors in Pennsylvania and sweet aufantile existance of two to . depths Cerfcain miniaters large body of citizens from the New Jersey in the goverment's X Other heart glad at Christmas time. moons. Each was' saM j was abdd bad man and f and Purchase the Pennyrile the" Blue crusade against persons accused This lesson was taught by our Savior on earth they came out one wrote ca rds dedicating me to the a Grass the Mountains and Cities 0f using mails to defraud. The "More blessed to give than receive." week and tried to come out the-j cloven.footed Gods. f should agree upon a State Aid defendants were given hearings His sermon he practiced in his life among men, next. Each was a patent out-- j preachers with a sense of humor bill in the construction of roads before United States commiss-wit- h For he went doing good, he forgave men of sin. side, and eacn a x perforated practically unanimity only ioners and held in bail for trial or wefe Do likewise at Christmas time. ,., f h butiOTOrant, self- blanket sheet. "Two dollars a one county dissenting, indicaes in for further hearings. Seven of fe If a brother has hurt you, forgive him today; year, strictly in advance," float- - anointed 8kypiiots. an absolutely certain way that the defendants were given Thus far be like to the Savior, ed at.the masthead ot each, yet preachers who can preach; k is determined to follow jngs jn Philadelphia. These w And hpln hVinsft in need, iov cive the distressed: Holmes could not have, who cjm teach; politicians and pro-- : were four officials of the 'chain after mapy other States Be generous of heart, and the sweetest of rest, found a man who ever deposited; knQW the rudiments of state-tw- o vide for State aid in the con-- , s hoe stores syndicate.' with You'll enjoy at glad Christmas time. plunks in the coffers of are my friends; whie the of county highways. ces here; two constitute the Pme So be noble of soul and be earnest in heart, . either. otner fen0ws are fearful I'll ruin E. Town News. Heights company, a New Jere, Fill fully your place is the world; Since I can remember, and my "the party," "the church," and land improvement concern with Be true to yourself, to your fellows and to God, Two hundred and twenty-seve- n age is 53, the citizenship of Cc- - pervert things generally. Philadelphia connections, and l!P Let your life e'er speak well of Jesus, our Lord - thft Sftventh is ioeai nronosition. tnmhia has been remarkable for. T mnlrp iornnranp.p. r.nrrnr.r.ifvn Passengers were killed in railIs my message this Christmas time. sobriety. road accidents in the United' and superstition sit up and take States during the year ending' Vhen that big Democratic Nearly all doctors, 'lawyers, notice; and have devoted friends &&&$ MM June 30 th 1910, according to the Conference is held in Baltimore teachers, and of course, a large and bitter enemies. of Beams Acadreport of the Interstate Com- in January it would be well to percent of the ministers, were I am principal attend- Springs, N. C. Lucien is Lum- merce Commission. The fataliemy, this being my second term Two of my children are remember a very unfortunate abstainers as to alchoholic at this place. We have 102 puhigh school; William being ber yard master and checker at ties for the previous year were Democratic gathering which met drinks, But just so sure as he pils who attend with remarkable ing at Piedmont High School, and Knightale, beyond Raleigh, N. C. 131. in that city in 1860, editor of Spectator he regularity. becomes Melvin L. White. Pearl at Darland Institute, Hot ! Everybody knew that in such a paper, the sickness of an editor didn't hurt the paper, for a sick editor was as good as a well one, and dead one better than either. The paper was as migratory as the towA cow, and not half as well informed as to what was going on. The visits of all the Colonels, Major's and Captains were duly chronicled, also how big a fish each had caught out of Russell's Creek or Green River, also how large the potatoes and turnips they had raised, and what prodigious snakes hud been slain by these martial visitors. After great tribulations, Jud- son Jones and John Ed Murrell became respectively literary and fighting editor. Everybody took it, or nearly everybody and the rest all borrowed and read it. The paper came out every week, and bristled with editorial opinions. At that time I was seized with a violent attack of the di- V V X ns? a 3r w ! j j j j trad-otherwi- se j ! j sy&s Be-general fc , ; .,., Nor moping, nor mouring, nor idle repining Is appropriate Christmas day; But cheerfulness, made more so by jubilant singing, The echoes a flying, the welkin a ringing Is in order at Christmas time. Now bury thy grief, chase away sorrow, And join in our gladness today, For worry is useless. And your face will be brighter If instead of murm'ring another load's lighter By your efforts at Christmas time. You mav not believe it. but it is worth the trial.. More real joy will be yours today, By forgetting your mishaps, your disconsolations; By cheering another, then seeing the elation Of his heart at Christmas time. Another thought, this: it is found in the Bible, And is proved by experience too That our trials for the present, though grievous very sore, In effect to our hearts are as fire to the ore.' Don't forget this at Christmas time. Whenever storm clouds the heavens obscure, See a lesson in this fact for you; This side may be dark, but remember the sun, In excellent beauty is lining that one, With silver at Christmas timelf Should troublesome thistles thy pathway beset, By them you be pricked now and then. Few roses are found unaccompanied by thorns Which make us appreciate the delicate forms Of flowers, e'en at Christmas time. Will you also recall in those wise words of Paul, xf Where he reckoned in the matter of sorrow; Our brief light afflictions 0 excellent story Work out tor us all more exceeding ongnc giory. Bear this in mind, Christmas time. Now Jesus has said unto care wearied hearts, You come unto me for rest; My yoke you'll find easy, my burden find light, ' I'm a lamp for your soul in the darkness of night A comfort at Christmas time. u who could be other than happy today 1 This day of all days of the year. Go banish your gloom, join in with the song, Your worry dispel and mingle among Jour friends this glad Christmas time. 0 who can forget the days of our youth! How we lived throughout the entire year In fond anxious waiting for return of the day Whfin with stockiner stuffed full, or in some other way nP We'd be gladdened at Christmas time. As older we grow it still brings us joy, X Our hearts are ail thrilled as of yore But a lesson we've learned: The most pleasure will 1 Carolina, South Carolina,Georgia, The Adair County News and Russell ' & Co- Florida, and Alabma is more ' iint Prize offer of $1400 o five Standard 1010 Krause Pianos, for than 21 million tons. The offi- - the five mogt popuar voung ,adies in cials of the Bureau of Plant In- - Adair and adjoining counties is now in dustry believe,can be largely re-- , fu" sfvK and Jotes Ma;e cong at rate speaks the value of duced by saving of home fertiliz-- . the prizes offered. ers and especially by the growth Rlght now is the time to name your candidates for popularity honors, and of more legumes. A every large incidently put her in line for a standard number of demostrations wit h 1&10 Krause Piano. Absolutely no cost e.ther yourself or the young: lady you COWpeas vetch, crimson dover 'nominate. Coupon "B appears have been made showing where in this issue will put the lady of their value not only as soil build- - yur choice in ,ine with 100 votes to her credit. Suppose jou do it now! er but as a special protection to There are 200 young lades in Adair the SUn against leaching a n d and adjoining counties possessing ex- lent and st;e- washing. This is practially ceP.tiona mf a main undeveloped because they truth where crimso clover is used pood piano. Don't this give you an At the same time thousa n d s :dea? You can Put some friend of vours in line by writing her name on Coupon . of tons of fertilizing constituents ..B and mailinff it t0 this office and are applied to the soil which are ' you can keep her in line by clipping appear in every not needed. All the State have;tcouPonsthatwillNews. Watch for issue of the The fairly adequated fertilizer laws them and get your friends to do hke- requring the accurate labeling of ' wise- ' , else-et- C, , I j I ! , fertilizers; but the farmer him-- ; chances of winning a pfano prize. Each self must reach his own COnclu- - Prze offered represents an elegant 1910 , , , ivraude Instrument. . aioiia as uu wuaL prupuruuns o l Ballot box now open and prize on nitrogen, potash, and phosphous view at Russell & Co's. store. Your his soil needs. The most unecono- inspection and criticism invited. Votes will be counted every Monday night by mical practice possible is the slap- the following committee: J. W. Flowers, cashier Bank of Codash application of "complete" lumbia; Robt. Reed, of Reed Hardware fertilizer. Co., Bruce Montgomery, Asst. cashier . Every candidate entered has five its' I I i no-News- - j j - , t Scome one-hal- tri-weekl- y; lour-comnr- a ; ; To-da- y, hear-Kentuc- ky teach-Shyloc- offi-structi- on I fc j , i j ; j ! 'jv. V- - ' -- - ;a '1HE ADAIR COUJNTY NEWS THE Prevention of Milk Fever. COLUMBIA DISTRICT, ROUND. A FAMOUS PICTURE SECOND LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 While a cow should be well fed previous to freshening, she should not be fed on too concentrated Rosa Bonheur's Stirring Masterpiece, "The Horse Fair." food. Good hay,bran, a little oilmeal, A fsx5 Stocks Tip the Acme of Excellence. New Fall Carpets Russell Springs, Glenville, cember 31st, January 1st. I De- PRIZE THAT FRANCE some potatoes or other roots to West Monticello, Cooper, Jan- keep 'her bowls free and exercise The Artist's Native Land Permitted unrir 7 8 every day make the proper regithe Great Canvas to Find a Home In Monticello, Tuttles Chapel JanThis Country The Story of the men, i i t Jamestown, Jamestown, LOST, uarv i"2- - Jan- - Rugs and Wall Paper Are shown in many representative styles. Low prices are linked safe and saving. to good qualities, making trading here absolutely BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER THE5REGULAR - PRICE OF THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS The easier a feed is digested of art and the affections of lovers of j Burkesville,:Marrowbone, Jan- -' paintings. THE LOUISVILLE TiMEi the greater will be the gain from Few, however, are acquainted with uary 17-1- 8. the intimate history of that notable i Bear Creek, Parrish Chapel, the feed. canvas, and fewer still are aware that there are no less than Ave horse fair January 21-2- 2. A Custard Pie. pictures in existence. The one in New Peytonburg, Chestnut Grove, York is the original and, it will be remembered, was first the property of A. January 28-2- 9. Three eggs two-thircupful of T. Stewart and then purchased for the IF YOU WILL SEND cY0UR; ORDER Albany, Maupin, February 1st. sugar, 1 pint of milk, a saltspoon-- f Metropolitan by Cornelius Vanderbi'-- t for 250,000 francs. TO US, YOU CAN GET Clinton Circuit, Lands Chapel, ull of salt, a dash of nutmeg. It was painted in Paris, the model.! Beat the eggs with the sugar used being the horses of the I'aris Om February 4-- 5. nibus company and a few animala and add the salt. Slightly warm studied at the horse market of the Thurlow, Hanks Chapel, FebFrench capital. It was first exhibited the milk and stir jail together. at the salon of 1S53, but went back to ruary 11-1- 2. Pour into a plate lined with a the artist unsold. Campbellsville Circuit, Asbury A part of the of the rich crust, dust over with grated famous painting further history Ernest Chapel, February 14-1- 5. is recorded by AND nutmeg, placed in a moderately Gambart in his manuscript memoirs, Campbellsville Station, Februwhich have been freely drawn upon hot oven and remove as soon as for the "Reminiscences of Rosa.Bon-heur:- " ary 15-1- 6. Painting and Us Replicas. uary 9. At freshening do not .milk all One of the chief glories of the MetroGlensfork; Greenbriar, the milk out of the udder for the politan museum in New Ycrk is Kosa Bonheur's stirring masterpiece. '"The uary 13. first few milkings. Horse Fair," a picture which for its Renox, Breeding January These precautions will bring irresistible movement and living portraiture of man's most useful friend cow in all right. holds a unique position in the annals 8-j Special inducements in Tulaid Linoleums, $1.50 gradespersquare Jan- yard $1.10; 6 patterns. Plenty of each and every yard Jos. Wild & Co's. first grade. 14-.- 15. Hubbuch Bros. 522 & & Wellendorff, 524 W. MarKet M. Louisville, KntucKy. IS $5.00 YEAR. ds SXSX)S(5 AAAA AAAN iAAAAA i 55ss Granite See US berore FRANK Marble Cemetery work of all kind.... CORCORAN High-Grad- e yoa bay..... THE LOUISVILEE TIMES the pie is stt. Solves a DeeP Mystery "I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart, "wrote C. B.Rader.of B0TH.0NE YEAR Lewisburg, W. V., "for the wonderful double benefit I got from Electric BitFOR ONLY ters, in curing me of both a severe case of stomach trouble and of rheumatism, from which I had been an helpTHE LOUISVILLE1TIMES is less sufferer for ten years. almost my It suited the best afternoon paperprinted case as though made just for me." For $4.50. I anywhere. rid the system of Kidney poisons that cause rheumatism. Electric Bitters has Has the best corps of corres no equal. Try them. Every bottle is pondents. guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50c at Paull Drug Co. Covers the Kentucky field perThe early vegetable acreage fectly. Covers the general news field around Belair, La., this season is larger than last year by about completely. 100 acprs. Estimated there are Has the best and fullest mar- about 200 acres in lettuce, 2 0 0 kets reports. in cucumbers and 40 in artichokes DEMOCRATIC in politics, but which are the principalvegeta-ble- s grown' March to June cufairtoeverybody. cumbers from May to July and SEND! YOUR SUBSCRIP- - artichokes in April. Cucumbers and lettuce are shipped in carlots and artichokes in small shipment TION RIGHT AWAY Growers expect to form an asTO THIS PAPER not to The sociation here soon. Louisville Times. dyspepsia, indigestion, jaundice and to If Champ Clark's friends are really urging him to appoint all congressional committees in the face of the fight on Cannonism, then all there is for him to do is to pray to be delivered from them. Free Sample For Baby's Ills Something can and must be done for the puny, crying baby, for the child that refuses to eat and is restless in its sleep. And since the basis of all healthy is the proper working of the digestive organs, look first to the condition of the stomach and bowels. A. child should have two full and freo movements of the bowels a day This emptying of the bowels is very important, as with it comes a clear head, a lightness of step pood appetite and sound sleep. But it Is equally important to know what to give the child in the emergency of constipation and Indication. Cathartics are too strong- and salts and other purgatives arr not only too strong:, but the child refuses thorn because of their bad taste. Have vou ever tried Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin? It Is a liquid tonic that families have been using- for a quarter of a ccnturv. it is mild, pleasant-tastinand promptly effective. It Is Rood for you as well as child, but there is nothing better to the be round for children. They like Its taste you will not have to force them to take it. First of all, if you have jot yet used Dr. Caldwell would like to send you 1 Ti sample bottle free of charge. way you can trv it before buying. In this Later when convinced of its merits, you can get it of your druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, just as thousands of other families are doing. The family of Mr. D. "W. SDangler of Strattonville, Pa., as well as tliat of Mr, A. P. Johnson of Walnut Grove. Tenn.. started with it la that way and now write that it is their one family necessity next to food Itself. If you are unfortunate enough to have a sickly child, one given to constipation and Indigestion, you should send for a free sample of this rmedv. Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased to give you any medical advice you may teeire for yourself or family pertaining to the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely free of charge. Explain your case In a letter and he wlf! reply to you In detail ptor the free sample simply send your bum and address on a postal card or g- Let the committee which called the primary see to it that the primary is held fairly and that will of the people is realy expressed in the nomination. We want no crooked primaries, with padding of votes and stealing. If a primary can be fairly held it is all right and a platform can be made at the next meeting of the committee or at a convention to be held after the result of the pri trustees. Besides these three, Mile. Bonheur by schemes than by bad associmary is known. But if the priexecuted a water color replica and a mary is fair, then the, nominee is drawing based on a large photograph. ates. Of all these, however, the picture in This is always an ill world to going to have his hands full. the Metropolitan is by far the finest work, which is only as it should be in those who nurse infection in the Frankfort News. view of the fact that the artist always heart. found her best public in America. They are begining to purify This was recalled to her detriment It's easier to talk about dying when the rosette of the Legion of Honthings in Adams county, Ohio Up or was requested In her behalf. "She ffr the right than to' get busy to Tuesday evening 760 men has ceased exhibiting at the salon," living aright. in the president, were in court for buying and sell- objected everything she "and sellsThe It, is no use praying over paints." America ing votes, and 220 confessed and complete answer to that was that the Greenland's icy mountains a s ophad had paid their fine and were disfran- French government"The Horse the Fair," long as you look like a permanent to buy portunity chised for five years. Many of but had neglected it Argonaut. frost. those who were convicte don An Accurate Description. More reforms have been pre"Did you ever run into a telegraph the charge of vote selling are vented by friends who demanded polfel" inquired the elderly passenger. considered wealthy men. Adams chauffeur, "Yes, ma'am." said the them immediate and compelte, is a small county and the Prosecut- slowing up the taxlcab to avoid a collision with a street car. "I've bumped than by foes who did not want ing Attorney says he is going to into telegraph poles, I reckon, two or them at all. have 1,500 voters convicted and three times." "Brings you to a pretty sudden stop, Death in Roaring rire disfranchised before the politics doesn't it?" "No. ma'am: the machine stops, all may not result from the work of fire of the county are straightened right, but I always keep on going." Dugs, but often severe burns are caused out. That's the way to do things. Chicago Tribune. that make a quick need for Bucklen's -! came back unsold. In the spring of lors Chapel, February 25-2- 6. 1S54 I expressed to Mile. Bonheur the Casey Creek, Jones Chapel, desire to buy it from her. At that time it was in Bordeaux, her native town. 2. "Her preference was that the munic- March ipality should purchase It for the city Mannsville, Mannsville, March museum, and a price of 12,000 francs town 4-- 5. had been mentioned at which the authorities might acquire it But she Cane Valley, Carmel, March said to me that if the canvas came back to her again she would let me 11-1- 2. have It However, she could not let it go to England for less than 40.000 Columbia and Tabr, March francs. "I unhesitatingly accepted the bar- 12-1- 3. gain, and it was agreed that the picGrady ville, March 14. ture should be mine unless sold to Bordeaux. As the picture was back TernpleHilllMarch 18-1- 9. in her studio again in the following year, I told Mile. Bonheur that I West Tompkinsville, March wished to take it at once in order to 21-2- 2. have it in my ISoo exhibition and that I should like to have it engraved by Tompkinsville, March 25-2- 6.' Thomas Landseer, the celebrated enT. L. Hulse, P. E. graver and brother to the painter. "She was delighted at the idea of the picture being engraved and said to Saves Two Lives. me: 'I have asked you 40,000 francs my picture, although in France I for cannot get 12,000, and I am pleased at "Neither my sister nor myself might be if it had not been for Dr. your consenting to my terms. On the living King's New Discovery' writes A.D.Mc-Donal- d unother hand, I don't mean to take of Fayetteville, N. C. R. F. D. due advantage of your liberality. How can we arrange matters? Let us see. No. 8, "for we both had frightful coughs Well, the picture is very large, and it that no other remedy could help. We will be difficult to find a place for It were told my sister had consumption. In an engraver's studio. Besides, you She was very weak and had night sweats want to exhibit it Wouldn't it be bet- but your wonderful medicine completely ter for me to paint you a smaller cured us both. It's the best 1 ever used copy?' " j or heard of."For sore lungs, coughs, That suggestion she carried out and explains how the second canvas came colds, hemorrhage, lagrippe, asthma, into existence. That smaller copy was hay fever, croup, whooping cough, all the one from which Landseer's well bronchisl troubles, Mts supreme. Trial known steel engraving was made and, bottle free. 50c and ?1.00. Guaranteed is theplcture which is In the British by Paull Drug Co. National gallery. When she heard that it had become Short Meter Sermons. the property of the British nation Mile. Bonheur decided to make a third copy, thinking the second was not It's easy making money and good enough for the London collection; hard mastering it. hence "The Horse Fair" No. 3. But The coldblooded are hotheaded the National gallery authorities were not able to accept the substitute, as the painting which it was designed to when you hit their pride. replace had been given to them as More men have been ruined 1-I to-da- "After the closing of the 1S33 Paris Greensburg, Greensburg, Febsalon 'The Horse Fair' was Intrusted to the Society of Artists of Ghent for ruary 18-1- 9. exhibition In that town, where it had Spurlington and Early, Taya great success, but whence It also Represented by C. G. Jeffries in this and adjoining counties Main Street, & Lebanon, Ky. $ Woodson Lewis Greensburg :: Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker flilburn A car load of Birdsell y, Wagons Disc Harrows Oliver Chilled Plows A car load of A car load of Cultivators, Corn Planters, and OneHorse Corn Drills. Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country, ready for Spring trade. LliVIE, SALT, AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE. Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the L. & N. R. R. The 'Merchant Woodson Lewis Mail orders promply attended to Greensbforg, Ky. Old Soldier Tortured tor- "For years I suffered unspeakable rW 5 totiMfaa?, Monticello, - " J- -. 4MUnClL MtVVVWWtt 111. ture from indigestion, constipation and liver trouble," wrote A. K. Smith, a war veteran at Erie, Pa., "but Dr. King's New Life Pills fixed me all right. They're simply great." Try them for any stomach, liver or kidney troubte. Only 25c at Paull Drug Co. The Adair County News Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest cure Curious. wounds, bruises, boils, sores. "1 bad a curious experience yester- for burns, It subdues infflammatlon. It kills pain. Both One Year $1.50. day," said Farmer Corntossel. soothes and heals. Drives off skin "What was it?" It "A stranger came along and told me eruptions, ulcers or piles. Only 25c at a funny story and didn't try to sell Paull Drug Co. me anything." Washington Star. fast as they were reported, has west of NashvilIe,Brown county, miles from An expert on centers of popu- announced that the next center J Ind., or twenty-gv- e Obedience is not truly performed-bihe body of him rhoee heart k lation, who has figured on the re- of population of the United the presant center of population Courier-Journ- al and for T dte-jatisfle- Sandi. turn from the. recent census as State will be located lour miles location. ? r V v Hy vi -- v . ,4 ff. JT THE ADAIR TO tNTYKIb Peace has been declared in ing vacated byJMrs. Ermine WilTHE MWR COUNTY HEWS Tennessee and the insurgents sonPublished Every Wednesday will be sworn in. Miss Lettie Wilson accompai1 BYiTHE nied Miss Bessie Scales home Cole Camp. Friday. Adair County News Company. . at Lindsey-Wilso- n A - X Training School SafelPlacc to Pur your Children : 20KK 7K7K in 7K ( Incorporated.) We have had some cold weath- i 1S Edith. CHAS. S. HARRIS er for the past week, and the peoEDITOR. ple have been kept busy making In- 7r terest of the City of Columbia and the people ef Adair and adjacent counties. Entered at the Columbia class mailroatler. I'ot-omc- Democratic newspaper devoted to the fires. Mr. Hunter Black and wife visited Mr. Elam Cheatham, one night last week. The young f folks spent 1 X-mas e as WED. JAN. 11, Expression w Miss Mary F e t c h e r spent 7TC Leslie Combs, of Kentucky, Music with her aunt, Mrs. NanK has tendered his resignation to nie Fletcher. Art the President as Minister to XJ' Miss LeeBass and Lalla Thom in the diploPeru. He has been il were guestsof Miss Ruth matic service since 1902. last Saturday night and berts. leges W sr Sunday, NIX The First Postal Savings Bank Miss Mary Jones, of Pellyton, 7K in Kentucky, was opened in Mid- Messrs. Elam . Fletcher and spent last week with relatives at 7K Vl Spring Term opens Tuesday, January 3, 1911. Monday, January 2. Strange Cole, "spent a few days this place. dlesboro, Vl" Talk to some one who has been here. The sum total of $50 was depos- -' of atSGIensfork. Born to the wife of 'Mr. Kinch ' Thorough work; little expense. Engage room once. ited shortly after the opening. Misses Maryand;Cora Fletcher Jones, Jan. 1, a son. 7 For Catalogue, address , and Mary Holland were guests Mrs. Valeria Campbell, and There was much suffering from of Miss AnnieJCole.IMonday. daughter, Miss Annie, are visit-M- r. cold throughout the United 7 Owen Fletcher, of Baker-'in- g at Dunnville. States last week, especially ' Columbia, Ky. Mr. S. T. Evans and sisters, among the poor people. Two ton, spent last Saturday nigh ViS ivlS and Sunday with Mr. Luther Mary, Mattie and Fannie, visited m y y in y s nix is 7K Tin 71n s i is v in. is in s 7K Ttn is 7K. w in in in is in in n"n w persons were frozen to death in i T in. is. st 7K r 7t 7in in is in in in r. in "in Tl'v "'" in TrC 7K in "s , Fletcher of Breeding. their sister, Mrs. B. L.,Royse, of Texas. Born to tha wife of Chester Disappointment, last Saturday There will be some substantial and McChord, on the 24th a boy. Roosevelt and Sunday. improvements made in this town former Forester Pinchot, are now t Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Baker and Chelf, of Casey as soon as spring opens. Quite Miss Ermine charged by F. Joslin, an Alaskan son, Elna, spent last Monday Creek, spent several days of a number of residences will be capitalist, with blocking the de with Miss Cora Corneal. erected, and perhaps a business with her mother, Mrs. Bettie , velopment of Alaska. He urges Mrs. Lou Williams has been house or two. the President to make an order. Ed Cole, Carlis Norris, Dali visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. I met Mrs. W. L. Wilson (nee throwing open coal lands for sale. For the next Thirly Days we will make Special barParrish, Joe Sparks, C. C.Fletch- - R. Knifley, for the past week. gains on Ladies and Misses Cloaks, Men and Boys Charles F, Johnson succeeds er, and little Ed Thomas, all Mr. S. C. Neat was in ourafew days ago. She tells me Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Overcoats, Ready-mad- e Eugene Hale as Senator from ' went a squirrel hunting last midst one day last week. that she is well pleased with Caps and Hosiery. Also Trunks and Suit Cases. Maine. He will be the first ' Tuesday, their report was they Cane Valley, and expects to be PicKett. All kinds Shawls and Fascinators at less than wholeDemocrat sent to the Senate killed ten'squirrel. more so when she becomes bet- X-m- as 1911, enjoying parties. j passed away quietly at this place. New Year and the big snow came and found wood very scarce at Mr. I. C. Harmond's, Several from this place were in Columbia last JMonday. Born to theife of Mr. W. R. Knifley, Dec. 31st, a son. The school at Tabernacle is pro- gressing nicely under the agement of Miss Florence X-m- as Ru-Thomas 7K. srs. Normal Business y T I . j IN. X-m- as , at I j NEILSON & MOSS, i i MiI!i!i!NsJlilil!N'Nfc: i Ex-Presid- ent , X-m- as J I f Ni ain Sale -- ! I sale prices. See our line of Queensware and Tin- from that Statejsince the Repub-- , Mrs. James Cole is on the sick ter acquainted. She and her The Health of this neighbor-ware. lican party was organized, in list at this writing. husband are making their home hood is very good. 1856- Miss Ruth Thomas spent the for the present, with Mr. WilAllen, Rose and Bob Mitchell PATTESON & DENNEY holidays with her grandmother, son's parents. Stephen B. Elkins, who was a were through here one day this Suc!!tt.sMr.t to COFFEY ft PATTESON Mrs. Fannie Cheatham. There was not a couple marweek, looking after tobacco. United States Senator from West ried in Cane Valley during the Uncle Jim Morrison is very. Virginia, died of blood poison m Mary Alice Pickett, daughter holidays, notwithstanding there to go off so Washington City last Wednesday anxious for the snow of W. G. Pickett, entered the L. go to making ties. He are a number of young men and night. He was Secretary of War he can W. T. S. at the beginning of young ladies of marriageable age to a farm bought of Elmore once more, so we will bid faremake fifteen hundred last year. under President Harrison, and school. in the community. Wheat crops look very well in Hughes, Mr. Hughes having well to 1910 and let us lend each was serving his third term as U. The spoke machinery will be in this neighborhood. There are other matters that bought a farm from John A. other a helping hand and improve S. Senator. in a few days to commence busperhaps should be mentioned, Meece, and the deed will be made every opportunity for 1911. Messrs. Garnett Breeding and iness. The Eleventh Congressional Carlie Smith made a trip tobut your correspondent was on right soon. Singing at Union Chapel this The little child of G. T. and M. the Board of Supervisors last likely to be represent Burkesville last week. District is Measles are raging in this sec- week conducted by J. V. Dud,C. Kemp's died December the week, and was, of course, at the ed on the Democratic State tick tion at present. D. G. Coffey, ley. 25th. KlltVPMCT Springs. et with James Garnett for At county seat, and many items wife, daughter and son, John A. " "ft,' Mr. F. M. Barnes sold his torney General, He will be nom- Aunt Martha Bingham, of Fry,' have slipped him. Meece's little daughter, Thomas stock of goods at this place to inated, however, not because he Mr. Charlie Hammonds return-i- s was visiting friends and relatives Flanagan and wife, Estelle Cof- Mr. F T. Selby of Roses Cross Ono. from the Eleventh District, ed Sunday from a business trip here, afew days of this week. fey and Wm. Former are all af- Roads. Pang-burbecause he is the fittiest man to Texas but Our pastor, Rev. G. W. Happy New Year to all. We flicted with the disease at pres The farmers in this community Brother Hughs is conducting a for the place. E. Town News. failed to reach his appointare having some very pinching ent, and others are expecting to j are building a telephone line series of meetings at the North- - ment at Pickett Chapel the 1st weather for the present, but look take it. We hope all will be through from Cumberland river The fact that the indepentent ern M R Church Sunday, on account of sickness. measles proof soon, and again refor milder weather soon. iJurley growers in their conven- to Crocus. Mr. Frank Wade left Friday Major Richard moved to the sume their occupations. Lexington, decided it peotion at Times are flourishing, and for Somerset. anu iUlab aunt Martha Bingham place near Our church is going up nicely, j mr- - nersnei was best to cut out the 1911 cron. ple are awaking to the fact that Maud Blakley were uitely mar-i- s coupled with the fact that the; School opened Monday with a here, a few days ago. they are worth more than they and the neighborhood generally, We wish them a briht Boss Pickett was in Columbia thought for, after the Board of taking great interest. We',members of the Burley Society ' large attendance' and stiU more pool of last year have already ex- - i commf- Thf e are Prospects 0ne day this week, on business. Supervisors have . taken their hope it will soon be ready for future, ' Mr. Hudson Blankenship is services. pressed themselves as in favor Pickett & Howard have pur- - seats on January 1, 1911. ,. ,l iYLrs. j. a. bmitn ana sister, The roof of Smith & Popple-- . very feeble at this writing. of that proposition, means that', Miss Ada Foley, were in town chased the stock of goods of W. Hogs are very scarce yet, but C. Yates, af Portland, and will store caught nre, Out wast Mr. Henry Hill is visiting .s it will be cut out, and the owners Thursday. we hope every one will have lots well's of crops of 1910 who have not Messrs. Bartleson, Sullivan and bring them to this place in a few of meat for home use. Corn was soon extinguished without serious sons m Oklahoma. damage. It caught from the, already sold will, it is said, hold Staples, all traveling salesmen, days. plentiful enough I think, for food Mrs. Bettie Kimbler, wife of Iheir tobacco now and not put it' were here this week, Geo. Howard, of near Greens-bur- and feeding what stock we have flew. Oliver Kimbler, died the 27th of Brother Cave filled his appoint-thon the market, as it seems sure was here one day this in Russell. Mr. Joe Herriford, Miss Dec. with a complication of dis-- i higher prices will come 'ment at theCj Baptist church, Sat- - week. in the eases. She had been a sufferer Sullivan were united sJtw ii We had a nice time at our snug shortly when it becomes appar-- , UIua "u u"u- bonds of matrimony, last Sun- - a long while. Mr. Cyrus Grider sold his home , Cane Valley. tree and entertainlittle 1911 rW nt. thfire will hp day, at the residence of Rev. S. to Mr. John Wormack, and will Mr- - Cashius Coffey who has ment, thanks to those who con- B. Perkins, who officiated. We grown. A number of growers gM. Qr MissQUri m a ew days f f The people of this village were ducted the proceedings. hope they will live a happy and been visiting relatives in Oklaho- have already stated that they Springs hotel is housed all last week weather The Russell ma, has returned to Kentucky. will put no more tobacco on thenowrunon tne dormitory plan, Quite a moving has taken place peaceful life. too cold to get out, but they pass Mrs. A. C. Loy and Mrs. Mary in the neighborhood; J. W. Wil market for several months, or at connected with the school, We are having a nice tide in ed the time, sitting by booming least not till the time arrives son and tamily removed to a the river, water being backed up Huddleston,4were visiting at Mr. Prof. L. 0. Phelps and family fires, telling stories, etc. s. when it is plain that no crop will will remove to this place next farm purchased from Mr. the creeks, so log men can raft Asa Blankenship's Monday. The stage has been running .on and Mrs. M. E. Whittle their logs. For thisjwee be raised this year Mr. George Barnes has almost l be a union Sunday time for the past week, a state- removed to a farm bought of reason the pool growers and the' There-wilThe thermometer reached zero completed a barn for himself. a o. vulu At-- giuncio aic vfi, School organized at the M. E. ment I am glad to make. Delayed Rev- - S. B. Perkins, and Rev. S. one night last week. liiucpcuuciib Church next Sunday. We learned of the death of mail causes a great deal of wor- - B. Perkins removed to a farm much pleased over the action Mrs. J.vH. Payne has been on ry, it matters not the" cause. I Mary J. Payne, wife of the bought of D. G. Coffey. W. A. Several boys that went out to Mrs. of the independent growers' con- the sick list this week. late Wm. Payne deceased, forunderstand the pike at this time Whittle removed to the residence gather the gold of another-statvention in .voting iri favor o f Miss Margie Graham left Fri- is in very good condition, hence ' having '' merly of Russell county, who no 1911 crop. It certainbought of Mrs. M. E. Whittle. have all returned. day for Somerset, to spend the the stage and all other vehicles ly looks like better prices will at the time of her death J. F. Farmer left One Ridge lo( Bryan. can make the time between Cobe received for the remainder of winter. Ridge. with her daughter in Casey the 1910 crop and the remainder Mr. John Womack has moved lumbia and Campbellsville much cating on Parks of the pooled crops of 1909. his stock of goods into the build- - quicker. Di. J. B. Tarter willsoon move Christmas has been with us county. ' , , i l ! I J I ! - j ( j i n, ( " J ' . ; j 1 , g, at i 1 i"l - X-m- as - , j I i Per-kin'- J i i e re-sid- ed ! - If -- 5 V THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS . . ... . ' first of the week. camp, of this place, recently fin-- j 01i"er Kimbler's wife died Mr. J. M. Ledbetter.of Taylor county, ished an excellent feed and steer-- ! after a long spell of sickness. was in Columbia last Monday. She leaves a husband and many Mr. and Mrs. J A. Milligan left, age barn on the latter's place. for their home in Louisville last Mon An effort is being made to se-- ! relatives and friends to mourn day. sure a subscription school at Cane their loss. Mrs C. M. Barnett will leave for her home in Evansyille, Ind., Friday morn- - Valley for the winter and spring, j Your scribe got "a box of the lns- finest apples from his sister in with Geo. Sublett as teacher. Mr. R. H. Durham has returned. ATJcc nf flnlnm- - Nebraska for a Christmas DreS- Ij1 " . T aWn I L. ioniH J A TWAM XJ.U111 anu .oiiauciiLuwii. leuuuuii Ibia, on Saturday, the 24th, closed Jent for which he was so thank- other points. , , ; i Viro-ininSRiirin 1a - RowesX-Roads- . Alex Che wningantl niece; Miss! PERSONAL 3 Edna. Ghewning, of Columbia, r t. A spent several days Christmas "passed off quietly last week with Mr. and Mrs:- T. S. Scott, at this place. No trouble at all. Mr. Chlrlev SnnrliisVtr ir rcnnrf.pA-some better. oi uaney fomc, ana went on to Loyd Dickson caught an O'pos Mr. Lindsey Snow.of Russell Springs, Gresham and Hart county to vis-v- sum the other night that weigh-- 1 here Monday. ed 16 pounds net. He sold the it relatives Eld J. Q Montgomery was here the W. R. Johnson and Ben Hes-- ! hide for $1.00. 3 99TO46$60606MjO4&aaaaAAAAft W F H T 'JfT V H B B B SB - i as j 4 ! REDUCTIONS Ladies and Misses Coats and Coat Suits Lot No. 1. Ladies Coat Suits, good as sortment of Cloths, Colors and sizes, former prices $12.00 to'$18,00, now $11.00. Lot No. 2. Coat Suits, assorted Colors and Sizes, former prices $18.50 to $22.00, now $14.00. Lot No. 3. Coat Suits, assorted CoI ors and sizes, former prices $22.50 to $28.00 now $16.50. L Ba an I "" I 5 Mr C C. Christie, Camp Knox, was a very successful term for the ful. in Columbia last Friday and called at first school at Coburg. The peo- P. A. Shaw, wife and children, the News office. pie of the new district are very o f Sano, visited Mrs. Shaw's Mr. Matthew Tuylor, of Glenville, visited his many friends in Columbia well satisfied with their house, father and others here last week. 2 ' and will endeavor to maintain a the first of the week. Thomas Hadley and wife spent Litt'e Miss Margaret Lovett accom- - ' winter school, one night with Clay Hadley and Q panied her aunt, Miss Lorena Pile, to X"mas Passed off uietlv here one night with Allen Shear dur-- , Louisville last week. Mr Wallace Benard, who visited rela- with most of Jour people. Some ing Christmas week. Lot No. 4. Ladies Rain Coats former tives in this county, returned to his got on the outside of bad booze, Will Rowe sold to Dock Barnes home, in Louisville. Last Saturday. prices $12.00 to $15.00 now $8. to $10. and were swungj?around for a 100 acres of land here for $22.50 Mr. M. E. Lasley, of Louisville, was few Jays, while others amused per acre. Also Fount Selby sold 25 Ladies Cloaks in assorted Colors here the first nf the week, in the inter. to Dock Barnes 6 acres of land est of the Citizens National Life Insur- -' themselves byhunting. and Cloths, former prices $7.50 to $15 00 ance Company. now $5.00 to $9.50. Branch and Ada Sublett, son and all his houses at this place Mr. Ray Flowers who is now the and daughter of J. T. Sublett, for $1,000. So you see that trade traveling solicitor lor uiis uiuue, hc We make these sweep companied Mr. Harris on his trip to St, David, Joe and Duhvorth, child- is not dead yet. ing reductions in prices to Louis and return. ren of J. A. Dulworth, all of I was very sorry to hear of the close this stock quick. Dr. Garlin Grisson, who has been Caney Fork, entered school at death of uncle Solomon Nichols. confined to his room with a low grade He was my uncle and the last Come and see them, of fever for five weeks, has so far re- Campbellsville, Monday. lvf covered as to be able to walk down in Regardless of the extreme cold one that was living. He married they are the biggest bar town. weather, Mrs. T. S. Scott has a my father's youngest sister, gains in Columbia. Miss Ruth Miller, of Crocus, and Mr. al- - Children and grand children Theron and Miss Ruby Taylor, of Glens-for- banana plant whose fruit is A Handsome Lot of Furs are also Included visited Miss Mabel and Willie most matured. She figures that don't weep, uncle was a good in this Closing Out Sale. S It iQA Rosenbaum, of this place, a few days they will ripen by the middle of man just gone to rest from his of last week. February. This is her second labors here. crop of this fruit, and for richAdditional Locals. ness and excellency of flavor, is Toria. considered superior to those im-- 1 The health of this community ported, due to them ripening on Last week was a fine time for is very good at this writing. wood. the stalk. A series of meetings has beFarming the past season has The bird law went out the last day of gun at this place. We hope there December. proven an occupation of worry will be great good accomplished. and disappointment, due mostly LOUISVILLE MARKETS. to Miss Sarah Rose and. Miss the excessive amount of rainfall. All Kinds of crops through- Myrtie Breeding were the guests Latest Quotations on Live Stock out this section were more or less of Laura Janes one day damaged by lack of cultivation week. ent colleges. Some to L. W. T. CATTLE Mr. and Mrs. John Fudge and delay of planting or harvestand S., and some to Bowling Green. Shipping steer $4.755.25 ing. Tobacco was badly- spotted. daughter, Ethel, visited Mr. C. Beef steers 3.005.00 Miss Lula Royse visited Nancy 3 004.50 Wheat fields sown in season, C. Jones one day last week. Fat heifers and cows . .' Willis from Sunday, till Tuesday. . Cutters 2.003.00 still remain bare, some up, some Mr. Haden Coomer and his 3t Canners 1.002.00 Miss May Montgomery and v Fifth Sunday Meeting to be held at the Bap- Bulls 2.504.10 not up, and many with only a brother, Bruce, visited Mr. W. Ella Conover, of Columbia, vis . Feeders 3.254.85 fourth to half a stand, and many B. Scott Thursday. Stockers 2.504 65 ited the Misses Garnett Friday tist church, Columbia, Ky., Jan. 28 fields of corn yet ungatheredJ Mrs. Watt England, who has Choice milch cows night. Common to fair cows ... Yet, with all this, the farmer been sick for some time, is better and 29, 1911. Misses Mary Miller and Ruth HOGS must endure with but barely half at this writing. 7.85 Choice 165 to 200 iStapp, of Columbia, were the the consumer's price for his surMr. Joe Roach bought one hog 7.85 Mediums, 130 to 165 SATURDAY JANUARY 28th guests of the Misses Upton Sat7.65 plus, and bear the burden of the from J. M. Rowe at the market Pigs urday night. 0:00 a. m. Devotional Exercises 7.25 high cost of living. Roughs H. N. PHILLIPS Woe! be unprice. SHEEP AND LAMBS Miss Nancy Willis visited the to the middle men and the pol" . S. DUDGEON Our Association'and its Needs Best Iambs unnstmas is over ana we are Misses Royse, of Garlin, last 0: 5 '. Culls 35c iticians, for the day is coming glad to say that we all had a Fatsheep week. CRAWLEY 11:00 " Our Attitude Toward "The Faith" when the farmers of tnis country good time. B. V. PENICK GRAIN. will rise up in mass, set these Mrs, Josie Young and daughEvangelism 11:30 " The year of 1910 has rolled R. F. JAUDON 1.10 pretenders Wheat aside, and control ter, Mattie, and Mrs. A. O. 50 Corn away and not one moment of W. G. WELBURN Young visited at Mrs. Fannie 2:00 p. m. Kentucky Baptists and Education their own. year can ever be recalled ABEL HARDIN that Local Market. Willis' Monday. Charlie Noe, of Taylor county, . J. L ATKINSON again, and we have been permit" has removed his family to Co- Mr. Guy Farris and Mr. Oban-io- 3:00 Denominational Literature V. B CAVE The following is the Local Market ted to step into the New Year of county, visited at burg, and entered the mercantile Wm. KIRTLEY given by S. H. Grinstead & Co., today:! of Green 1911. Prepared or unprepared, Eggs weak, declinig " G.. Dndp-enn- . Kentucky Baptists and .Temperance 3:30 business with J.. Hanry Tupman's last week. -V. T. UNDERWOOD so shall it be at the judgment. Hens 9 V. L PIERCE. Dessa Cowherd, of Louisville, We will be called before God and 9 Misses Lois Holladay and Let-ti- e Chickens " Cocks 3 Christian Stewardship T. E. ENNIS arrived here last week to spend the Angles to give an account of Dunbar visited Miss Bessie 7:00 Turkeys 10 to 12 SUNDAY JANUARY 29th Geese 7 several weeks visiting his parourselves. When we stop and Holladay Saturday night. Ducks 8 ents and relatives. Miss Kathrine Willis visited 9:30 a. m. Sunday School. reflect over the past year and Wool (clear grease) 20 Miss Ida Bell Buchanan, of see the many mistakes we have her relatives near Garlin last 10:30 The Sunday School an Evangelistic Force Wool (washed) 28 to 30 6 to 7 Louisville, wife of Frank BuchHides (green) GARNET GRAVES made, how often we have dis- week. 35 to40 Feathers HERMAN SHIVELY anan, who is employed by the obeyed God's calls, the many Mr.lMontie Conover and wife Ginseng 400 :00 " Our Missionary Enterprise L B. ARVIN zo Belknap Hardware Company, is times' we have been in the fields spent Sunday at Mrs. Beeswax Fannie 7:00 p. m. Evangelistic Service R. F. JAUDON visiting her father and mother, of sin in the paths of vice and Willis'. Coburg. 1 hese meetings are open to everyone and opportunity will be Mr. and Mrs. J. Ed Rice, of near folly giving way to self and en for Misses Eva and 'Elva Murrsll uy umei uieuuen man mose wnose names appear on uuiujaiuu ui me suujci-iriver bridge. yeilding to the advice of Saton. entertained a few of their friends Back again, New Year, with Greei the program L. R. ARVIN Mr. Tom Carr, of Campbells-vill- It causes great heaviness and Friday evening. The evening new resolutions, surely will help G. PAUL SMYTHE was married during the continuous of sorrow. was spent in conversation and us to give the news from this D. H. HOWERTON holidays to Miss Mary Ware, games. All present had an enplace with more regularity. Committee. Joppa. daughter of Albert Ware, of near joyable time. Harmon Hescamp, of near Coburg. Misses Effie and Sallie Con- Willen who has pneumonia is re- beautiful home Saturday night. Louisville, who was raised in We hope that happiness and ported no better at this writing. The hours were spent in this community, accompanied by A few crops of dark tobacco health may prevail throughout over spent Friday night with converSeveral from this neighbor- sation, games and brother-in-law- , Miss Nannie Conover. Mr. Charlie have been sold here to buyers at this entire New Year. his music. A 's large crowd Pearl Neat, of Garlin, hood attended Mr. Luther Gorbandts, was here last week prices . ranging from $4 to $8. Miss was present and all Tupman left for Miss Nell sale Wednesday. pleasant guest of Miss visiting friends and bird hunting. Burley is not in demand. had a merry time.. Miss Bess Georgia last Friday where she was the Bob Willis, of color, is not im- and her brothers and Estelle Willis Saturday night. Sublett has removed Chester sister, Mrs. will teach school. Yates, know 'how t o entertain Miss Estelle Willis was at proving any at this, writing. into his new house recentlyierect-e- d R. L. Faulkner and T. S. Scott Several young folks left this Breeding last week. Miss Bessie Holladay gave a to make everyone have a deon the farm of his father, J. sold some nice hogs to Mr. Marrs, place last Monday to enter differ T. Sublett, of Caney Fork. of Campbellsville, this week. A little daughter of Mr. Ike social to her many friends at her lightful time. ' , I ! ! j , ! j A k, Russell && last Q"Q"6'$'Q$4fr4Q"QMQMfr $4fr$$4 &0"&Qt - PROGRAM. ; 35.0C-45.- 00 15.00-35.- 00 1 5-- 5Jc 1 1 2?-- 3c ! J-- n, i ..-- .- 0... 1 1 o ! e, Con-over- HE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS ' ) '-" yr -- Attention! We Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill i THEIR ENGAGEMENT. to STAGE REALISM. MILITARY ACCURACY. L. & N. Time Card 1908. Stock ready for use. A large assortment of Windows, Doors, Roofing, Colonial Columns. In fact we can furnish any part or all the Wood, any grade desired, that is needed for Building or Repair work. It will be to your Interest to inspect our Stock and Prices. Co. Sandusky &Ky. Columbia, tv xi y.t vy nk w n 7fs sis. si 7 nk is 7l si n k nk w o nk sr nk 7i w l w, vk nk ?l e v v in i in 7t v is in i i i i v vk 7T blM' w in in in in Vl Vl IN Fifth Avenue Hotel, PIKE CAMPBELL, MGR. Refurnished, Redecorated, and Hotel at PopuA First-clas- s lar Prices. Convenient to Wholesale and Retail Districts, Churches and Theaters "FIFTH AVENUE" LOUISVILLE. .7Tn IN Vl IN M 7lN Nl Vl IN Vl IN 7Jn Tin ni IN Nl Tin FIFTH AVENUE, BET GREEN AND WALNUTSTREETS. IN Louisville, VI Kentucky . t N 7l VIZ Vt VIZ Vl Vt Nl Vl VI Vly' Vl Vl lL in 7tn" 7in in in in in n" ?l in 7in vi vir Vl Vl Vl Vl Vl VI Vl Vl 7In in in K in in 7K Trv in 7In" in 1NIX 7v FURS mill! junn tirill-rr- HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission. Write for price list mentlonlnq this ad. AND HIDES louisville.ky. Established 1837 k wnuc&bUi - ft rtil yr Sm wwmw ' tJfSti&STari&BSX & M J r $ 7 k. Mllnun c COJflPHfJY t A A V X BLINDS Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. LJiiuua, asil, uuuia, cm;i i- r. : 4 4 He was awaiting her. "1 was afraid you would be thinking I had forgotten." she said. "No," he responded calmly, in the tone of one who is master of himself. "An engagement is an engagement with me." She was a beautiful girl. A "wealth of chestnut hair rippled below the wide brim of her bonnet, tier close fitting tailored gown yielded to every movement of her supple form. lie was a bit above the average height, a clean cut, square chinned chap, whose every expression bespoke self reliance. As he looked at her his glance was deferential, yet not timid. "It. has been a long while since we saw each other," he remarked. "Yes, nearly a year," she replied. "But do you remember when I left that time you said I would have to come back?" "Yes. You should have come sooner than this." "But I have been so busy going and coming, dances, dinners, the theater and all." "If know. And you were married too? nis voice did not tremble as he asked this, yet across her face there Hashed a quick tinge of humiliation. "I 1 would rather not speak of that," .she observed, almost coldly. It was "That is all over. We we to be expected. The truth is we were not meant for each other. So I I got a divorce." "It was better so, no doubt," he responded gently. "Won't you sit down?" She took the chair he indicated, and as he looked down at her she flashed him a sudden smile. "I was afraid of you the last time," she said merrily. "But you are not afraid now?" His voice seemed to give her assurance. She smiled again. "No. Indeed!" He put his fingers beneath her dimpled chin and tilted her bonny head back, then gazed at her earnestly. Her limpid eyes looked up at him trustingly. The rose piuk of her cheeks came and went fitfully. The white of her throat throbbed with each breath. He bent nearer to her, still with that fixed gaze. Her lips were parted. He raised his head, and she looked out of the window silently. There was a pause. At last she spoke. "What are you studying about? What have you decided?" "1 think I'll have to fill two of your teeth," he said quietly. "The rest are all right. You have taken better care of them than most women do." Life. Grand, Gloomy and Peculiar. There was a marked contrast between Lincoln's manner, which was always pleasant and even genial, and that of Stanton. The latter's stern, spectacled isage commanded instant respect and in many cases inspired fear. In receiving visitors, and they were legion, Stanton seldom or never sat down, but stood before a high desk as the crowd passed before him and one by one presented their requests or complaints, which were disposed of. He was haughty, severe, domineering and often rude. When I think of him In the daily routine of his puhdc audiences the characterization of Napoleon by Charles Phillips, the Irish orator, comes to mind, "grand, gloomy and peculiar." From "Lincoln In the Telegraph Office." He Told Her She Would Return Him, and She Did. She entered the room hastily. Clara Morris Study of a Victim of Heart Disease. No actress ever surpassed Clara Morris in the care with which she studied for a part When she was studyin the part of Cora In "Article 47" sh ' visited an Insane asylum in order to learn the signs of insanity. Cora was not only insane, but she was disfigured by a hideous scar as well. Miss Morris spent weeks in trying to se cure a correct representation, and ono day she saw in a street car a woman who had exactly that kind of disfigure ment. She studied it and reproduced it, but her kindness of heart shrank from reproducing it in such fashion that the sufferer might recognize it if she ever saw the play. So she worked over It until she made enough alterations to feel certain that no one. not even the owner of the original scar, could ever suspect the imitation When she was studying the part of Miss Moulton, who was to die of heart disease, she visited a specialist who had a number of patients suffering from that trouble. He showed her one of his patients and then, to her surprise and horror, ran the sufferer up a flight of stairs that Miss Morris might see the symptoms as produced after an excitement of the heart. Miss Morris was filled with pain and pity. She made the poor patient a present of a bank bill as she was leaving. The woman accepted it and then as she was stuffing it into her glove caught sight of the figure on the note. The size was so large that it brought on a recurrence of all the symptoms the starting eyes, the gasping breath, the widening nostrils. This time the heart excitement was caused by joy. not pain, but Miss Morris was so overcome with horror and sympathy that she hurriedly left the house. Ladies' Home Journal. HIS In effect Monday. Dec 31. Exactness In Keeping Tab on the SOUTH BOUND Movements of Soldiers. Lv. Louisville Ar. Lebanon Train We hear much of the perfection of No. 27 9:42am 7:00 am military organization abroad, but it Is am 3:15am doubtful whether any foreign war of- So. 79 7:40pm 5:05pm fice follows with an accuracy greater Mo 21 8:00 pm 100 pm 9:00pm 6:30pm than that displayed by our own war So.93 department the movements of its ofNORTH BOUND ficers. The following is an Interesting Ar. Louisville.1 rsAiN Lv. Lebanon o. 24 7:50am 5:48am case in point: 10:15 am 0.73 722am A young army officer who has seen 6:55pm 420pm 0.23 service In this country and in the east fa. 22 8:15 pm 623 pm was once with a scouting party In Ari10:15 am o. 92 722 am zona. After two weeks in the desert N03. 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only. his squad came to the railway near a small station. Within ten minutes a telegram Washington was from brought to him by the station agent. HOTEL- It asked if the officer wished to be transferred to one of the new artillery W. M. UlIUpiORH, Prop p. regiments then forming. He answered by telegraph that he would be glad to enter either of them. First-Clas- s Table Then with his squad he set off again Good Sample Roome across the desert. Feed Stable It was six days later when they again struck the railway, this time Reasonable Rates eighty miles from the point at which they had previously crossed it. but the KY officer's reply from the war department was awaiting him. It had been telegraphed to every station within No-23 4 10.-0- W1LM0RE GEftDYVILLe, 200 miles. A more FIRST WIG. Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. If We appreciate them. i E. L, HUGHES CO., 1INCORPORATED. LUUIOVILLC, IV. I . rap-Idl- y 4t44 U. G. HARDHICH, Prcs. J. H. COCKE. V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec W. T. Pync Mill & Sopply Co. -- John D. RockefelleV Was Timid About Wearing It In Public. When John D. Rockefeller first donned a wig he was apparently somewhat timid about showing himself with it in public. H. M. Briggs who was for a number of years very closely connected with Mr. Rockefeller as his personal bodyguard, writes in the American Magazine of the oil king's debut in his new hirsute adornment: "One morning Mr. Rockefeller came to church in a wig for the first time. As he arrived some time before the services very few were present. Dr. Eaton, the pastor of the church, laughingly said, 'Mr. Rockefeller, we love you with or without it.' I went with him into the Sunday school, and we passed a reporter, who did not recognize him. I told Mr. Rockefeller of this, and he said, 'You surprise me.' He inquired if there was a mirror in the church, and 1 took him into Dr. Eaton's office. Ho stood in front of the glass, and, finally getting it adjusted, he asWfel me if it looked all right. I asked him if it was comfortable. I really did think the wig made a great improvement in his appearance. He said that it was going to be quite an ordeal to enter the church for the service. 1 said, 'Mr. Rockefeller, you have gone through worse.' lie shrugged his shoulders, and we passed Into the church together. If his presence on previous occasions never failed to attract attention the stir that followed his entrance on this particular morning must be left to the imagination. After the service, when the 'ordeal' was over, he seemed as tickled with his wig as a boy with a new pair of red topped boots." striking instance of accuracy occurred after the same officer's transfer to the east. lie was traveling home on leave, and. as the regulations require, he had notified the department of the day. hour and probable route of his journey. After he had been on the train for eight hours at a small station the porter entered with a telegram, asking if any one of his name was present. On opening the telegram the officer found that It ordered him to detached duty. Exactness of detail could not be carried much further. The war department knew the whereabouts of an Insignificant second lieutenant even when he was traveling on leave of absence. New York Herald. A S. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnetin t Fjes SNAKE STORY. 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 NEAR ED ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889- - WIIilJtWIGHTS 130LTftIRTeeNTtf-MMN. DEALERS IN f mRCHiriiSTS LOUISVILLE ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLS. SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work GRST MILLS, FEED MILLS Eugenie's American Ancestry. The Empress Eugenie was the granddaughter of Mr. Fitzpatrick, American consul at Malaga during the early years of the nineteenth century. Mr. Fitzpatrick's wife was of Scotch descent and claimed to lie connected in some remote way with the Stuarts. They had one daughter, a very beautiful and accomplished girl, who made a brilliant marriage with the Marquis De Montijo, Comte De Teba. He died after a few years of married life, leaving her with two young daughters, one of whom subsequently married the Duke of Alba. The other, Eugenie, became empress of the French.' From the Memoirs of M. Claude. Birds of a Feather. Leveson-Gowe- r in his Frederick reminiscences relates that when he visited Moscow in ISoG for the coronation of Alexander II. "opposite our house during the procession was drawn up a regiment called Paulovski, formed by the Emperor Paul, all the men having turned up noses and therefore resembling him. It seems it was the fashion to compose regiments of men all having the same features. The late emperor had recruits sent to him and told them off according to their looks. There is one regiment of men all marked with the smallpox." Why the Statue Kopt Mum. The Venus of MIlo refused to tell how she lost her arms. "If I should say I broke them off while trying to button my dress up the back." she said, "you'd ask me what has become of the dress." Relapsing Into stony silence, she paid no further attention to the questioners. Chicago Tribune. A Pirate's Coins. The doubloon, that famous coin of romance, is still in circulation. The Isabella doubloon, worth 5, still remains current in Cuba. The doubloon is so called because when first coined it was double the value of a pistole that Is, it was worth $S. The name was given later to a double doubloon current in the West Indies. Pieces of eight, with which every reader of "Robinson Crusoe" is familiar, are ah'o in circulation. They are simply Spanish dollars of eight reals. A doubloon dated 17S7 there are said to be only six of that date in existence sold a year or six ago for $G,200 New York Press. The Reptiles Were Frozen Stiff, but That Didn't Harm Them. A naturalist once told how in a thicket on a mountain side he saw a man kill a rattlesnake. He beat the life out of it with a club and continued the pounding till it was mangled beyond recognition. When the naturalist remonstrated the man said. "Boss, you can't kill a rattlesnake too dead." On one occasion a boat bound for the United States from Rio de Janeiro touched at Pernambuco. where the mate drove a bargain with a snake dealer for a half dozen reptiles of various sizes. The mate had them in a cage on deck and charged a sailor with the dutj' of washing it out with sea water every evening. All went well as lone as the weather was mild, but on the night before the gulf stream was crossed the sailor left a quantity of water in the cage, and about thirty hours from port a biting gale struck the ship. All hands were busy with the storm, and the snakes were forgotten. When the mate thought of them and went to look after their condition he found them frozen stiff and apparently as dead as the proverbial doornail. The dealer for whom the mate had brought them came on board the following day. He professed great disappointment over the loss of his Intended purchase, but offered to take the snakes away as a kindness to the mate. He gathered them in his arms like so much firewood and carried them home. But a rival dealer afterward told the officer that plenty of warm water had resuscitated the snakes and that they had been sold to various museums not a bit the worse for, their "death" by freezing. Harper's Weekly.. I HUGHES' RESiriNCE. STREET. ON BURKSYILLE Res. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone 40- -: Dr. James Triplet! Dentist, JEFFRIES BLOCK j COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Bi , & Dunbar BUILDING. RING 3. 5)entigt OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES' 'PHONE NO. 40, COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY Joseph 1$ H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Will practice m this and adjoining counties. : Jamstojvn, Kentucky, DR. M. E. JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist, JOBBINQVORK SOLICITED AH Kinds of Machinery Repaired f&Sl- - P O GET OUR PRICES OV BEFORE YOU BUY U Galvanized Roofing than any tin roof, It will last a See our 24 GaugeGalvanized Combined Cleats and Cap Roofing: put on like tin roof, without any nails exposed, and is better Q without any'nails exposed, and is better than any tin roof. lifeQ Roofing,Gravel,f Rubber and all kinds of Paper Roofing. Dehler Bros, 116 Eastlliarketbejween first and Brook Jiaoi r . LOUISVILLE, KY. ioi ; ipr 2 iQEil girl's idea of a trousseau Is to have enough clothes to wear without buying anything new for at least three A Girl's Idea. weeks. New York Times. He Is a friend who In dubious cirdeeds when deeds cumstances aids-Inecessary. Plaurus. ire n Columbia, Kentucky. The Ambulant Barber. like Peking, has its ambulant Paris, barber. Armcu wun a mue uox. containing the necessary apparatus, razor, badger brush, soap, scissors and serviette, he exercises his calling on the banks of the Seine. All the bargees, navvies and quay laborers are his clients. "Figaro" seats his patient on the pavement, covers his knees with a newspaper and for a sou shaves, cuts Special attention riven to, Dentistry. ' his hair and gives a human appearA Condition, Not a Theory. of the Eye. Poll ZEvll. '.Fistula, ac all ance to the tramps and others who A sociologist in conversation' with a other Diseases which visits Dumb Brute-- . care, g practical person from the middle west intrust themselves to his Das lanfc barn nearI. Antic's shop on concerning the labor problem in her Bo mar Heights. Office In barn. Odds and Ends. part of the country thereby learned the Uncle Jim, an old negro driver in lesson of the situation. "Are there many men out of work?" Richmond. Va.. bad some ladies rb drive through the cemetery. He took he asked. The lady admitted that there were them round and showed them the notable graves and monuments and then quite a number. then, "do the un- drove to that part of the cemetery "What," said he where the derelicts were interred. . employed do?" Who are buried here?" asked a lady "Nothing," said the lady. "That's in the party. "I don't think I ever Companion. the trouble."-Yout- h's was here before." "Oh." replied TJucle Jim. "odds .and His Only Hops. ends, missus, odds and ends!" PittsA lawyer of New Orleans tells this burg Press. story: An old negro was brought up before the judge charged with chicken-steHow She Knew. and when the usual ques"Will you have some fresh mushtion was propounded, "Guilty or not rooms?" asked the hostess sweetly. guilty?" he said, "I don't know, boss: "Yes," faltered the guest, "if you're I jest throw myself on the Ignorance quite sure they're mushrooms and not of the court." Case and Comment. toadstools." "Oh, I'm quite sure." replied the Her Title. COurier-Journ- al hostess. "I opened the can myself." "He married her for her title." Detroit Free Press. "You mean the other way about. don't you?" The Big Bill. "No: her title to a lot of valuable Little Bob (just started in school) real estate." Boston Transcript Uncle Harry, what is the bird with the biggest bill? Uncle Harry (who Is still A Pretzel. thinking: of the night before) A quail, "Paw, what's a pretzel?" my boy; a quail on toast Judge. "A cracker with cramps, my son. Now go to bed." St Joseph la general, pride Is at the bottom of til great Mistakes. I The ' Adair County News And aling, One Year For .. . Ivkk $1.50. 2, -- i v. )h AA THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS gnype, but at this time are all Elbert and May Webb, of Glens-forPurdy. Misse3 Judelle and Annie Robleft here a few days ago better. ertson, Eula and Bertha Martin, The people of this vicinity Nannie East, Messrs. Harden Bowling Green, where they Mr. J. T. Hamilton, Jr., and for have let cold weather catch them Feese. D. R. Rice, Mat and InFriburse Leltwich, of Edmonton, will enter school. We are informed that quite a without any wood. gram Robertson and Alvin Marare visiting relatives at much needless pain when they delay using Cardui Mrs. Linnia Morris who was tin spent Monday at Mr. Ben number of boys and girls from for their female troubles. Cardui has been found to Mr. Orist Hamilton, who has a tnis place will enter the L. W. reported quite sick, isn't any Robertson's. relieve headache, backache, pain in the side and dizbetter at this writing. ziness, arising from deranged organs. It does more position at Columbia came home T. S. Mr. Esther Moore spent Monthan relieve, if used persistently, niany have writMrs. Sarah Shepherd visited day night wit his uncle, H. B. David Riggins, who has been for the holidays. ten to say that it cured them. Mr. W4 T. Dohoney, of near confined to his room for a num-oe- r at her brother's Mr. Sam Burton Robertson. of months, is said to be im- last week. Miss Nannie Russell was the Columbia and tnother-i- n law, Ml ax The Purdy school taught by pleasant guest of Miss Audra Mrs. Sexton, of near Edmonton. proving. The Column mill near Mt. Zion Aliss Mamie Smith closed last Dillingham, Monday night. visited at D. W. Kinnaird's last &?a week, the latter being en route Church, is doing' a good deal ol Friday. Miss Smith is an excel Mr. John Squires spent one Wi vork'when the weather is favor- lent teacher and we would be night last week with Mr. E. S. to her home. 37 J glad to nave her again. Rice. Mrs. Vallie Combs, .who has able. Mr. John Rice wasat Purdy A number of citizens in the been real sick for several weeks, Mr. J. H. Martin's condition Mrs. Maxwell .Tnlinsnn. Tnmn.i "Rln wrifnB. "P!nrr?m miro1 lower part of this section, are.at one day last week. we are glad to repurt better. remains about the same. me alter doctors and everything else had failed. I had been suffer- One of Mr. SamBurton's little Miss Margaret Hestand of work on their telephone line, xixg iLii iiuuiD speus ever since J. was xo 'ears old. une day 1 The Misses HumDhress and decided to take Cardui. I have now taken 5 hotrles and T rnn rjiv which is being constructed from boys is said to be suffering with Miss Bettie Bryant Flat Rock, visited her aister, entertained that it has cured me. I advise all suffering women to give Cardui Jamestown to Glensfork. ' diptheria. Mrs. Cattie Bell Wednesday. a long and fair trial' at two splendid dinners. Every TTm-Mrs. .Tnhnsrvn KiifTnrp 5 n? Tin tmn ttoVi The candy breaking given at Mr. Willie Morris is making thing that goes to make up a Miss Ann Jones is on the sick But why suffer at all? Take Cardui! Give it a fair trial. George Aaron's one night last preparations towards building a good menu was served and list. AT ALL DBUG- STORES on his farm forgone of his joyed by all. The mill at this place which week was very much enjoyed. pne cany breaking at Mr. has been idle for so long, is now The weather being very unfavor renters. Mr. Melvin StClair.Mrs. Susie Defever's Monday night, wa3 being run by WalkuD and Comp-ton- , able, not a very large numbei were present. Atchley and her daughter, Mrs. largely attended. their grind day is Friday of Nell. which he had sold to A J. BridgAlston Leach, visited Jheir niece water, of Edmonton, for 62 cents each week. Mr, Carter Hazzard was in Pellyton. Xmas passed off very quietly per pound. and cousin, Mrs. Brazitla Cofer, this neighborhood several days A little child of Mr. and Mrs. at this place. Miss Sallie Pelley, who is last Monday. last weak. Mrs. Cattie Byil who has been Gilford ilamilton, has been quite Miss Celeste Shirley and broth- sick for so long, we are sorry to sick for several days, but is bet- teaching school in Casey county, Mr. John EddBurton and wife Misses Ernma and Clara Rob. er, Richard, visited friends at report no better. spent a day or two at this place were in Columbia last Monday. ertson and Mr. Edgar Rule spent ter at this writing. this place during the holidays. Mr. Robert Dixon and Mr. ThursJay night at Mr. N. B. Messrs. R. C. Pulliam, Rollin last week. Mr. S. R. Walker's family has Mr. R. C. Pulliam delivered Mr. Erastes Pelley and a Mr. Lucien Burton, who have been Chapman's. Kinnaird and Leonard Walker, some hogs at Red Lick recently been suffering with colds and la- attended the Xmas tree at Ed- Smith, of Font Hill, are visiting (critically ill with the Indiana Mrs. Owen Brockman of Pel-i- n fever have recovered. the neighborhood. monton. lyt0Ilf is vjsiting her pjrents at W After a lingering illness of Mr. John Knifley and wife, ofi Bro. Turner filled his regular this place. S several months, Miss Susie Ros-so- Louisville, are visiting at Mr. appointment at Bear Wallow last Mrs. Ethel Russell and sons Saturday night and Sunday. died at her home at Red James Jones. Cooley, spent , and Miss Nannie 28 1910. Lick. Dec. Funeral Mr. Billy Curry was at Purdy the holidays at this place, Mr. Jasper Doss and family was conducted at her home by returned from Ashland, 111., a; last week. Mr and Mrs. Virgil Knifley, of Rev. C..B. Glaize, of Edmonton, few days ago. Mrs. Sallie Curry and Mrs. Knifley, Ky., are visiting rel- in a very impressive manner, Mr. Joe Jones, of Coltmbia, Bettie Willis spent a day of last atives here this week, ' after which the remains were was visiting his brothers at this week at Mr. Willie Morris' Miss Mary Cundiff spent Tues- HENRY.WATTERSON, Editor laid to rest in the family grave place, some days ago. passed dav niVht with her onninC vw Mr. Frank Sheoherd ha yard near her home. She had, Dr. Fortis Gabbert. of Clem- - through our town last week buy- - Misses East Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in many inenas wno aeepiy sym entsville, was here Friday on ing fur. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith vis- pathize with her mother, sister business. We hope the Dr. will politics. It prints all the news without Some corn remains ungathered ited at Delaney Robertson's a and brothers. fear'or favor. The regular price is $1,00 locate at this place. yet. few days ago. yJT2BSXU8ZijTM, rvy k, Women -- this-place- . If Will Help Yon Ton-r- n en-hou- se - , ' , : ' J v:!xXaXA; ; 58) n. j WEEKLY j j ; COURIER -J- OURNAL , ( j ' t -- ., ' a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL Owensby, Abshcr. i ' '3 E ADAIR OOUMTY BOTH ONE YEAR NE! 1 UI if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, $6.00 S2.00 Mr. Alva Grider who has been The health of this community confined to the bed for some is very good at this time. time is improving wodderfully. is past, and the young He was 20 years eld New Years, folks seemed to enjoy it. his parents set him a birthday The party at Mr. J. D. Ab- dinner, the crowd was as follows: last Friday night was Mr. M. L. Owens and family, lr,n-lTof Mr. Ezra Moore and sister, Miss Laura, Mr. Milton Gaines andi Miss Annie E. Cave and Mrs. daughter, Callie, Mr. John Simsj J- - D- - Weatherford and daughter. and his daughter, Idell, Mr. L. Vinnfe, visited Mrs. K A. Cooley C. Blair and wife, Mrs. Gertie Tuesday- Holt and two sons, they enjoyed Misses Emma and Clara Kob-- 1 ertson and Howard Russell vis the day fine. Mr. Jackson Lawless gave the ited Willie and Rebecca Brock--' young folks a party Dec. 30th. man, Sunday. X-m- as j Mr. G. C. Russell was looking heifer calf three months old for after hogs several days last week. $6. Mr. Sam BurtomJIsold a fine j and sons Mrs. Ida Absher spent last visited at Mrs. Mary East's last Saturday night and Sunday with Tuesday. her father Mr. Henry Willis. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Absher The Bloomington school taught spent Tuesday at Mr. J. H. 's by Mr. Cortez Sanders closed tjn3 Mar-sher' Mr.. Henry Cooley ' , , I Mr. Mont Williams, of near Mr. Owen Brockman moved Coburcr. was here a fpw dav into our neighborhood last week, ag0 Mr. W. B. Morris, our chicken Mr We,by rf and esg man' reports business several days last week with Mr. very dull at present, G. M. Rice, of Holmes. j I loof ThnvcrJaxr ! - Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this- paper. - Pickett Tobacco Warehouse INDEPENDENT C..A. BRIDGES & Co. PROPRIETORS Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky. W. G. 1- - CHAS. A. BRIDGES BRIDGES Give us a trial. Four Months Storage Free We Guarantee to Please you ' Table supplied With the Best the rtarketjAffords Meals, 35c r MILLEN Located on Railroad HOUSE. M. D. MILLEN & CO., St, Proprs one square east of L. & N. Station Lebanon, - Kentucky. Mrs. Elizabeth Cooley visited at J. B. Cave's several days last Mr. Tom Willis returned to II - week. Mrs. Milton Vaughan is on the They enjoyed themselves fine. , linois Friday accompanied by his w M Dillingham Mr. Bill Wheat gave the young sick list. MlssRuth- - ' visited relatives' in the Jericho Messrs. John Weatherford, Coy, sister' folks a party Dec. 31. Misses Essie Triplett, who was neighborhood a few days ago. Mr. Grant Myres snd wife, and John Brockman visited Mr. spent Xmas with her father, Mr. and Mrs L. Y. Weatherford, of visiting the Misses Humphress, C. C. McChord, of Kentucky, Columbia, from Sunday until returned home Friday. Jackson Lawless. (Tuesday. Mr. James Cooley has re- - ano" B.H. Meyer "of Wisconsin Crocus. Mr. Jake Grant and daughter, moved to the farm of Mrs. S. R. were confirmed today by the Vara, visited at Mr. J. B. Grant's Thomas, and Mr. Klmer Brock- - enate t0 Dv members ot the The New Year is entering with night, and was ac-- ! man to the house vacated by Mr. terstate Commerce Commiss-companimuch cloudy and rainy weather, ion- - Mr- - McChord, by the action home by Miss Ida. Cooley, but we trust that it is only a bad f the Senate, becomes at once Mr. Tom Willis, who has been Miss Nona Chapman spent sev- beginning for a good ending. , a member of the Commerce , , , , u; . j -vi&iuug ma paieuus auu iiienua erai days last weeK witn ner Rabbit and bird hunting has,,, 4.u: i as ne was named to u a iui mis i;wv.c iiaa ictumcu tu uio C0USinS , Emma and Clara Rob- - amission, oeen tne go or tnis piace ior tne home m IuinoiSf and was. accom. take the vacancy caused by transfer of Mr. Knapp. Mr Meyer pubb ween. panied by his s3ter Rufch Albeit Humphress, of; assumes the duties December 31 Mr. Some of our tobacco growing TVTV "D!-nnnnf fVia VrHrI'iT7a . TP.Imor Rrnflfmnn nrtrl wi"fp - when he will take the place oy of people of this place, have been so have recently to their with his C0Usin, Mr. Fred Hum- removed, former Senator R R Co(jkreL lucky as to get rid of their tonew home. 'phress. bacco at a small price. Blair & Miss Essie Triplett, who taught n an(j Mrs. L. G. Weather--' What terrible risks fireman in Morgan are the buyers, but sayj a very successful school at Egypt, QJ. are vjsiting their parents a citv run was shown in Philadel-close- d they will not take up any more phia and Chicago when nearly last Friday. As we get it jg weeic until they make a shipment and forty firemen met death under from her patrons, this was one! . see how it is going. Misses Bertha and Auda Di -j of the best schools they have Mr. Walter Black and family ever had taught. She gave sat. ingham spent Friday night with mng rf -- ua tv. days ago to their isfaction from the beginning to tneir cousin, removed a few fa & fire residence on the road near the the end, and had good attendMiss Nannie East spent Tues - ; cination in g very danger of darkey church. day with Miss Annie Robertson. fighting the flames and there will ance all the time. J. P. Aaron and family are Mr. N. R. Thomas and family Miss Annie Sharp was the be plenty of brave young men ta visiting grandmother Aaron. visited Mrs. Elizabeth Cooley, guest of the Misses Martin a few step into vacancies as fast as. : the men die. days ago. Miss Nell Miller, of this place, Wednesday. Absher. j ' j . j j i ed i .:..: :j .,:z . i . j -j- J t , i ' j i I- i I ; itr-- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gadberry. The healtrr of this co mmunity is reasonably good at this writing. Christmas passed off quietly at this place. Several from this placeattend-e- d the Christmas tree at Tabor and all reported a nice time. Mr. John Darnell, wife and son, Francis, were visiting Mrs. ' Sarah Gadberry Tuesday. Mr. Z L. Bennett andfamily were visiting at Mr. S.j; L. Ben- nett's Tuesday. Mrs. Annie Garnett and children were visiting Mrs. Sophro-ni- a Pierce last Thursday. The school at this place under the management of Miss Grace Dudley, of Glenville, closed last Friday. Miss Grace is a fine teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Gadberry were visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Sarah Gadberry, a 'few days ago. Mr. Willie Bennett was visiting Mr. Martin Frankum Wednesday. Mr. Junius Gadberry was visiting relatives at Glensfork a few days ago. Mr. Z. L. Bennett and family were visiting the family of Mr. J. A. Darnell Wednesday. Mr. R. T. Gadberry and family were visiting Mrs. Sarah Gadberry one day last week. Mr. Willie Bennett was visit- The people of this- part of the country are enjoying the fireside this week; Misses Ruth and Ann Lizzie Squires were visiting at Mill town, during the holidays. Ernest Cundiff attended a party at Mr. Ed Hatcher's, of last Saturday night. Mr. Will Ed Squires was in Campbellsville last week, visiting friends. Mrs. Trabue Shearer, son and three daughters , were visiting' at Crocus last week. Mr. Roger Page is moving from this neighborhood to the place near Cane Valley. We regret very much to give up Mr. Page and his estimable - Gradyville. We have faiied to Hr2 & rV rfjg M, U 1? $m yis unCTy i tfii i(,WJ get any ice wmm M3 KH a&sbS ?sCRS i v JWF VJ "p 311 "LI ' 3l ilZ&L up to the present sufficient to keep through the. summer. Mill-tow- n, Mr. C. C. Stephens and family removed to their new Home in iS j"Mn Jf 'VlX. Green county this week. -- SB -7 I wr Last Wednesday was the cold est day of the season beyond any question. reel E3KSJ in Eli j Bum-Garn- er . Mr. Perry Cundiff and wife! I willmnvp into the hmisp Mr. Page occupied. Mr. Finis cundiff and family, of Cane Valley, were visiting Mr. Cundiff 's father last Satur-- ! (jay j J. A. Diddle was first of the week. J. A. Wilmore started for Lexington last Thursday where 525 fftt he will attend school again. s Mrs. Everet Cook, who has PSteVI i;s ueen uonnneu jto ner room ioriw several weeks with a complica-- j w tion of diseases, does not im-prove fast. Mrs. Geo. H. Nell and her 181 brother, Ernest Yates, spent several days visitin relatives at Portland last week. cMoss' of the board of SuPervisor3' sPent Iast week in ! I 81 FvfxJ I .e--- -i 1 I ill S3 )$ 2 X2?a i j - ' Columbia. V ing Mr. Robt. Gadberry one night last week. Mr. Marvin Loy, of Bliss, was visiting relatives at this place last week. of Columbia, BM was in onr community a day or RSI Miss Ruth Squires will spend so of last week looking for mules HIS were vititing Miss Mary Willis the week at Little Cake, visiting Mr. Hunn is a good judge of at MS during Christmas. Luther and Young Gadberry, her brother and Mrs. Cash Breed- mule and knows exactly what is ' SSEij K5 Willie Bennett and Martin Frank- ing. i in one. I! Miss Cleo Shepherd spent the TT 1. ITT um were in Columbia Saturday. Hr ivirs. vv. vv. xaxes, whu nas Mr. Acey Loy, of this place, holidays visiting friends and rel hppn nrmfinpr" r.n hpr rnnm fori atives at Milltown. was visiting relatives a t Bliss several months, does not improve ' gf ' Mr. Joe Turner and wife were fast. Thursday. Mtim Geo. E. Nell hasJ)Ought sever-- j m Mr. R. T. Gadberry and fami- visiting Mr. Dulworth on Green al crops of good tobacco in this ly at G. G. Mor- river, last week. Mr. Sawney Browning, of the section at prices, ranging from 4 rison's Thursday night. L. W. T S., was visiting Ernest to 6. cents per pound-k?i$S3 Misses Maud and Liddie Stone Mr. A. Hunn, ' I Mr. Mom Samuels, wife and little son, Haskel, spent Tuesday with the Mrs. Samuels' mother, Suddarth entered the L. W. T. Mrs. Sarah Gadberry. Misses Alta and Susie Blair S. Monday morning. W- - Shirle-of the Milltown ' Mr. Bill Mclntyre and wife, of, R' Burkesville, were visiting the community, was in our midst last latter's parents, during the hoi Friday and informed us that he had delivered most of his last R? idays. st year's crop of tobacco to Thos. Wj$k Mr. Sam Smith and wife were Dowell, of Miami, for which he t?(i visiting at Campbellsville last vnnmtrnji 11 irvv4rt n n . ..vW week. This is the highest price that Mr. Bill Hood, our blacksmith, any of our farmers have received US happened to a painful accident for tobacco this season. It goes last week, while shoeing a mule. without saying that this was a US It Kicked, and some way tore s crop. the inside of his hand, so that he Our old friend .and kindsman, cannot work in his shop this Thos. Turk, of Hiseville, spent week. We hope he will soon reseveral days in our city last cover, and be at his post. week visiting his brother-in-la&m Misses Anna and Lela Cundiff and niece, Mr. Charlie Yates and were visiting at Cane Valley last daughter. Mr. Turk looks as Saturday night, and attended-young ' as he did twenty years 7tf party at Kellyville. All had a ago and is just as good company. ' nice time. He reported everything moving 2M. Mr. John Will Cundiff and Sam along nicely in his section, ass I Mi Tv.' Anxhius Candidates are Working Hard to Win the Prize. Just Think What a Nice Prize will be Given Away. ir I ! I!!! We are well pleased to see the amount of energy that is being put forward in the Contest for the Standard 1910 Kraus first-clas- w a SB T7-- i. I fj Piano by the Candidates. Everything is lively and the Piano seems to be on the brink of a precipice with deep holes at the bottom. You don't know which hole it will drop in or which candidate's home it will be placed in. Remember that there are five Pianos to go, one absolutely free to the most popular young lady in this section and four oth ers at a small cost to the next four most popular young ladies. Is your girl in the race? Or your friend? If so, you can help her by getting votes and placing them to her credit. These votes can be secured by subscribing for the News and paying for one year, for which you will receive 1,000 votes, or 1,000 for every dollar paid in for job work; or by trading with Russell & Co. who will give 200 votes on every dollar received on merchandise, and 1,000 votes for every dollar received on the jewelry which they are handling. If you are not a subscriber to the News, send in your sub scription at once and cast your ballot for the lady you admire. If you are already a subscriber and are in arrears, pay up and do likewise. j COUPON flood for I, POO Votes when. UNed v m fSEj FW3 vz tJsL "B" i iT2- ; spent-Thursda- y to. nominate a liew cacdl- - date. ; . vzgj Candidate . t and Mary Willis were the (guests of Miss Susie Morrison Thursday night. The candy breaking at Mr. George Morrison's Friday night was quite a success. Misses Lula and Irene Epperson, of Montpelier, were visiting Miss Susie Morrison Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Mattie Young was visiting Mrs. Louisa Loy Friday. Mr. Anthus Loy, of Bliss, was visiting relatives at this place Saturday. Mr. Hollis Morrison, of this place, was visiting relatives at Montpelier Wednesday. and John Will Cundiff,. during the holidays. Mr. John N. Squires, one or our best farmers, has sold three hundred and fifty dollars worth of hogs in the year 1910, and has corn enough to feed one hundred more. Mr. Squires still has a nice bunch of stock hogs for sale. Who can beat this young man in the hog line? Mr. Charley Browning, wife and little daughter, Mary, of Bliss, were visiting at Mr. Geo. Todd's, last week. Mr. Chat Dohoney and wife were visiting tne latter s par- ents, at Milltown, during the hol- J. r . JPendleton shipped a car load of cattle to the Louisville market last week. s f r f Free Krause Piano Contest. Fvit 2K?$ i$&H&rZft3t3? We are- - glad tojiote that our KB IMP gmi&MiB mi preacher,. Rev. Pangburn, who-haUuJnCtf been confined to his room, for several weeks with a compli- some few cases are right sick. cation of diseases is improving Mr. W. L. Sharp's little daugh- at this writing. ter and Mr. R. P. Smith are also Prof. John Holladay, w h o veiT-sictaught school at Hickory Ridge We have never made mention last fall, is. here now canvassing in our letter to the News as to for a subscription school. H e the number of fine large hogs ! mi US ZfT A: ? tei Si Sn n 1 pffirjii t k. swinging upon a p o e. Grady informed us that he slaughtered five that netted overtwo thousand pounds. Mr. was a grand suecess and enjoyed by all present. had him You see at once that Mr. Grady is -- oou xor acocK norses "" but just a little better for hogs, , The candy breaking a t Mr. June Willis' Saturday night was largely attended and enjoyed by all present. Miss Guinn Morrison was visited Misses Alta and Susie Blair Saturday night. Prather Morrison visited Glensfork Saturday. Pell Ham. rela-tives"- at The health of this neighbor--) liood is reasonably good at this writing. .. si. Mr. James Diddle left us last has several pupils subscribed and that were slaughtered in this the indications now are- that he community this winter. We have Monday for Quanah, Tex., on a will make up his school. noticed articles from Pickett and prospective trip and if he likes Messrs. Mitchell and Rose, of other places in regard to their he will make it his future home. Lyletown, and Keltner, two well! large, weighty hogs. I want to Success to you Jimmie. Miss Maggie Helm of Columidays. say right here to the many known tobacco men, were in our bia is spending a few days with Miss Mattie Sublett, of Romine, Wilson's More. a day or so of last , ers of your valuable sheet that her sister Mrs. Joe Kearns. was visiting Miss Cleo Shepherd week buying tobacco. These W. L. Grady slaughtertd one of Mrs. John Smiley died in the , Jast week. Mr. W. C. Combest, of Russell TflllpH XfOO w. nrA u,B Inrrnff f . f .- .- OVOC -.- ..8uuu juuk ut g rf The young people of this neigh- KeUueun. ,he hoildays with White Oak precinct last ThursYour re-- borhood enjoyed a skating weed and offered the full mar-- ' in old Adair county. day morning. She was a victim , ma paieiiLs at Liua pictuu. porter can not give yuu uic all day last Thursday, at ket value for tobacco. Mr. D. L. Wilson, our enter- of consumption. She leaves beMr. John R. Cundiff's pond. weight of this noted swine Mr. C. S. Bell, who had the prising merchant is doipg a live- - sides her husband several childCome again young folks. get his leg broken for there was no scales conven ! busJness- misfortune to ren and grand children. The ient that would draw the weight. FOXES WANTED. a few weeks ago, is improving burial took place in the Bailey There are over a dozen men who1 Mr. Cortez Bryant who spent grave yard Friday afternoon in fast and we truat it will only be state- - several days visiting relatives in the presence of a large circle of a stiort time until he will be able are eye witnesses Grey and Red Foxes $2.00toS2.50 Camybellsville has returned friends and relatives. Saulrrcls We would .50to 1.00 busi- ment and it simply took five . to be out and attend to his Coons .75to 1.25 say to the bereaved one weep men to lift this hog. The weight home. And Express. ness again. of your express office In first was estimated by good judges tor Mr. Walter Murrell was in not as one that'has no hope. letter. i. ,,w rf We are sorry to say that there kWe shall steep.but not forever 'J m"' w. tthodgen; anywhere from six. to ''seven. Campbellsville a few days: ago In a ione and silent grave, cases ojf. measles in be are several 'V. iBox232" hundred Douhds net. The scene The social given by Mr. and Bleseed be the Lord that taketh and! '' . Campbellsville. Ky our .community at this, time t was very much like a large cow Mrs. Joe Kearns Saturday night Blessed be the lord that gave. i ' read-communi- ty . Misses Etta and Lula Bryant, Tomrnie Maupin, MyrLie and Loueller Combest, were the pleasant guests of Misses .Sarah Lou and Lena Bryant one day last week. Mr. Otho Bryant has returned from Louisville, where he had an operation performed. u8u Vl S I ; fc c.v-a- ct ( to-m- y , , Send-nam- e