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There are those who make splendid Quite a sensation was created in Coteachers for adults and are not very lumbia last Saturday afternoon when The special meeting for men at the strong as The Secret Marriage That Stirred it became known that Will Diddle, a teachers of the children, and Christian church the second Sunday in than there are those who son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Diddle, are just the Columbia Made Public a Few this month was a new experience in other way. Gradyville, and Gleason Hulse, of this It takes one with more MANAGED BY ADAIR COUNTY Days Ago. church service, and a very satisfactory ' ability along place," had lef !; for Louisville with the certain lines to be a teachNEWS AND RUSSELL & CO. one. There was a good audience and er for the primary view of enlisting in the army. Young classes than it does the addressesvere all good and helpful. to be a teacher of an Hulse had the consent of his parents, adult class. We The following paper on the subject, make a grave PARTIES DO NOT L1YE IN COLUMBIA. but Diddle, who is about seventeen or mistake when we place a "The Teacher, His Character and Abili- primary class into eighteen years old, did not. His father How End of ty to Teach" was read by pof. .Farris any one, thinking the hands of just perhaps, that one at Gradyville, was notified and he at and was so much appreciated that it just a little For the last four weeks every body in once notified Chief of Detectives, Louisolder can manage the class was requested it should be published in easily enough. We Columbia has been diligent trying to ville, to keep a lookout and hold his son should be more Week's Voting. the News. careful in selecting a teacher for the learn the names of a couple who were until he could reach the city. He left Every individual has the right to primary classes secretly married in this place. The at 2 o'clock Sunday morning, and upon than for any other bethink as he pleases. He not only has cause at news was out that Rev. B Ai. Currie reaching the city he learned that the this age the child's mind is had married a couple, but was under boys had been axammsd at the recruit- - COUNTERS, J. W. FLOWERS, BRUCE MONTGOMERY AND ROBERT REED. the right to form his own opinions, but broadening, expanding, everything is it is his duty to form his opinion, new to it and it is very clastic, readily promise not to tell. The bjnd book at J3 vriu.. C111U ii.ltl 1 irjtlllUU, Hulse be whether he expresses them or not, and seizing everything that comes along. the Clerk's oifice was examined many cause he did not have a written authorinot be undecided in his views. Then how very careful should we be times by different parties, without re ty from his father and Diddle, on acTo some of us there is no work vealing the names of the couple. Last count of not coming up to the measur-mentBallots cast in Piano contest to Monday night, 7 p.m., Jan. 16, 1910. that th? things that are taught at this greater than, or above that of teaching age should be the very best. Tuesday Col L. H Hurt concluded he Nellie Foil is, Columbia 462 525 ; though to others there are other pro No one can be a eood teacher of anv Rose Hunn, Columbia would make an effort to unravel the Mr. Diddle then undertook tb find the 422 925 fessions which are greater. Why UO dasc who is noh willincr tn mnto enmc Mrs. J. C. Browning, Milltown mystery. He went to the Clerk's of- boys, but up to 5 o'clock Sunday after415 775 & : l,: i. l.OI iro tUllr ..U wurn:, sacrifice There ftre tjmes when it j3 fice, got the bond book, and as he was noon he had failed. Julia Price, Bliss 372 375 Because we are dealing with human not agreeable to go to Sunday Madge Rosenfield, Columbia turning leaf by leaf, he found one that Many in Columbia think that the boys, 296 925 school, , souls. We have in our charge the hierh- - tu j ...u n is not pieasanc. ." appeared a little thick, and upon closer after being rejected, left immediately Ethel Moore, Purdy 229 200 wiieii mcicaiB est creation of. God. The likeness of to study. unjis good work of any kind Rosa Bell, Nell examination he found that the leaves for Quanah. Texas, where young DidNo 193 800 God. The human mind is the most comwere pasted together, and he proceeded dle has a brother, an uncle and other Bell Butler, Columbia is ever done unless we be willing to 185 725 plex of all things; the most difficult of sacrifice our own to separate them, revealing the names relatives located. Mrs C. M. Russell, Columbia 163 700 .. . convenience. all things to understand the developAlva Knight, Jamestown of Mr. E. A. McKinley and Miss Cora There are some of us who are right 156 250 Both the young men are able to take ment and workings of, When, in in thinking that we have not the ability Brockman, who were licensed to wed care of themselves and there is no res-so- n Ada Feese, Cane Valley 159 150 school, we survey the shining eager to Nora Bradshaw, Montpelier on the 26th day of November. The teach, and that we are not doing . 155 000 for alarm. We are satisfied that faces before us, we see there the the work with evening of the same day they were word from them will reach here in a Ella Conover, Columbia our classes that we 141 400 children of the men of Mary Squires, ,Columbia should do, but there are still others married by Rev. Currie, at the home of few days. 139 350 and the immortals of eternity! who are doing Fannie Sandusky, Glensfork Mr. Walker Bryant. 130 675 excellent work andare What costly works of art, what splen- of the opinion Lucile Winfrey, Columbia The news soon spread over the city, 71 800 that it would be done Methodist S. S. Resolutions. did galleries of sculpture, or of paintand a much discussed event was at rest. Louise Grissom, Columbia better ry someone else. The teacher 70 900 ing, won by a nations arm or purchased who has high Al lie Garnett, Columbia The Groom is an industrious farmer, ideals in every thing and 58 100 by a nation's wealth are comparable in who strives to impart those ideals to Creel Nell, Gradyville a son of Mr. Solomon McKinley, and is In the decease of Rev. Solomon J. 56 500 value, to the treasures we have in our his pupils, who loves n Nellie Waggener, Columbia about town. The bride is a Nicnols, whose spirit took its flight to 56 325 the Savior, the children. popular young woman, who resided the Christian's Home in Glory, on the Grace Dudley, Glensfork word of God, and his pupils, and who 55 600 Since the material with which we are strives earnestly to do Nancy Willis, Columbia with her parents near Russell Springs 25th, day of December 1910, we ac- -' 54 100 the best he can to work is so precious, so great, what in every detail will knowledge the beautiful closing of a Rosa May Conover, Montpelier make a good teach52 900 must be the character of him, in whose er. well rounded and perfect Christian Engineer Killed. Estelle Bennett, Purdy 48 000 hands it is placed? manhood. Mary Miller, Columbia 45 200 All of us are not teachers, all of us While for over fifty years, he was an Hulda McFarland, Rowena NO. 6769. 43 700 Mr. W. L. Kash, a brother of Mrs. cannot be teachers, and on the other Luttie Barger, Joppa 39 900 A. D. Patteson, this place, who resided honored local preacher, and active as a hand it seems that some of us would Helen Upton, Glensfork 39 900 at Ltxington, and who was an engineer Christian, and an enemy of all evil, no fall short of being anything else. lna Hulse, Columbia 38 600 on the C. & O. Railroad, v as killed stains settled upon his character. A OF THE CONDITION OF No one can be a very successful Virgie McLean, Columbia 33 900 Bagdad Wednesday man he was indeed, after God's own .near ffiOfthar linrnDC! Via Vine ritrnn Ulwtnnlf r ' Mattie Hatcher, Milltown 35 goo night about 11 o'clock, the news reach- heart; a valiant soldier of the Lord liberal training and preparation. There THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Jesus Christ, always ready to do and Minnie Rodgers, Milltown 31 900 ing here early Thursday morning. Mr. is no work in which we should be better Lee Vista Royse, Columbia 31 700 A. D. Patteson, who talked over the dare for his Master's sake, an efficient AT COLUMBIA, J.V THE SI ATE OF qualified and prepared. Mrs. B. M. Currie, Columbia 30 200 long distance, learned that the bursting worker and for some time a faithful KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE If we would make strong, noble char-member of (his school, Therefore be it Bettie Loy, Fairplay 28 600 ... . of the boiler caused the accident. acters out of those put into our care, OF BCSIXESS JAX. 7, I'Jll Zella fields, Breeding 26 300 Tke deceased was a very faithful resolved by this school: we must be and act the same as we 1st That we commend his Godly exRESOURCES. Mallie Moss, Columbia 22 400 man, and had been in the service of the mem uc cuiu u.i. "uu,u ample to the rising generation, as one Loans and d:s ounts Lula Royse, Garlin 7i!33S70 17 500 company for twelve years, and was reSunday school we are not only aiming Overdrafts, secured and unseour-a-t Mattie Gibson, Breeding, 9 100 garded as one of the best engineers at fully worthy ot emulation. :s 37 TS ed the minds of our pupils, but chiefly Annie L. Blakeman, Milltown 2nd. That we sorrow not for him, but 8 500 the throttle 25 000 CO thpir mnral nyrnroc Wo Oolr nnr - Bonds to secure mrcutatiu !t Valeria Turner, Glenville 7 400 S6 3W ST Last year he visited the Patteson rather rejoice with him in his victory only to inform them, but to develop M ary Caldwell, Milltown iture. and 7 150 home, this place, and during his stay over sin and the grave, and his triumph tneir religous characters; and gain, he' fixtures 3 600 oft formed many acquaintances, all of through Christ. who would influence morally those un- - Hue from National Hank-- . oot whom desire to extend to Mrs. Patteson 3rd. That we extend our sympathy to der his control must himself be what 111.. rvservii aseuw (Tied in Louisville. . n ... .....I Circuit Court. their sincerest sympathy in the death his loved ones, who so tenderly cared lirt flfnnfn mo miniln tn Kn ..c wc.,.0 kir yumio iu ue. a,nts 21MG33 of her brother. for him in his declining days and wjio it is well to remember that in many Checks and other cash items.... 58G 13 The deceased leaves a wife and sev- feel most keenly the present loss of his 22 GO The Adair Circuit Court opened last Last Sunday morning Mr. W. Scott cases the religious character of the N tes of ether National Binks eral children. presence and his counsel. Monday, a very large crowd in attend Bridgwater, a brother of Mr. P. H. teacher is the loftiest with which the Fractional paper currency.uiok- els, and cents :V) 33 The interment took p'ace at Lexing4th. That his life, faithfully spent, ance, The court house was crowded j Bridgewater, Cane Valley, and Mrs. U pupil is acquainted. How important Lawful money reserved in bank. ton last Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Patte- and his peaceful closing days we more with people when Judge Uarter in- L. Taylor, this place, died at the home therefore that the character should be viz: Specie l OW W son attending. seriously consider the value of a well-spe- structed the grand jury. The usu?l in- of his sister, Mrs. A. K. Russell, that as high as possible. After it the pupil notes 1 3i W SH) 60 life, and strive more diligently structions were given, covering all city. The deceased was about sixty is apt to model his own character, and Redemption fund with U. Jj. Treasurer (5 per cent, of cir Dear John.' than before to walk uprightly before crimes known to the law The follow- years old, and was born and reared at if that of the teacher be low, that of culation 1 250 00 God and man, and do justly in all our ing gentlemen compose the juries: Cane Valley, a son of Jack Bridge-wate- the pupil is apt to be low as well. Total 176 091 SO About five months since your scribe dealings. Resptfully, His health failed about twelve What manner of man of woman GRAND JURY. rusty nail in his foot and afinserted a ( B. M. Currie LIABILITIES. W. F. Squires, foreman, J. L. Mc- years ago, and he gradually declined should the teacher be in order to exert Capital s:ock paid in 25 000 0) ter having bound it with cloths sati J. W. Black until the end. He was principally edu- the best influence over the pupil? In Lean, T. D. Price, R. L. Neat, J. H. Surplus fund 13 500 0 Committee N. H. Moss urated with spirits of turpentine, they M. and F. High School, the first place, the teacher must love Undivided profits, Ies expense J Alley, J. W. Jackraan, R. K Jones, cated at the j J R. Hindman became ignited, and caused a double and taxes paid ( W. T. McFarland the Savior. If he does not what interS7s:a Nathan Murrell. F. P. Dohoney, W. H. this place. trouble which baffled the skill of three 23 000 04 est has he in trying to excite the same National Bank notes out-- t landing: Flowers, Josh Butler, J. A Keen. Due to other National Banks good doctors. 13 71 love in the hearts of his pupils? The Dividends unpaid Absher Hutchison. Notice. PETIT JURY. stronger that love the better fitted is Individual deposits subject lo And mortal maladies may oil G. T. Herriford, Finis Williams, Jno check 111 t94 29 he to try and lead others to the same Mr. Kit Absher, son of Mr. J. D Neuralgia or the gout, Master. The weaker that love is, the Total The Educational Board of Russell W. Knifley, W. R. Bradshaw, Valen51T6 691 39 Absher,' and Miss Bertie Hutchison, A rusty nail will never fail County Ky., will, on Monday Feb. 6, tine Bryant, Walter Antle, J. A Garless is he competent to do what be State Kentucky, ) daughter of Mr. James Hutchison, were cf To put them all to rout. 1911, at the court house in Jamestown, rison, Jno. T. McElroy, Horace Murss: should in this line. married at the home of the bride's par j County of Adair Ky., let the contract for the furnishing rell, J. M. Blair, F. A. Lewis, Geo. But we would not oe understood, Again, to be a good teacher, one ents last Wednesday afternoon. The I. E. II. Hughes. Cashier of the above To teach that in no cases of 200,000, bricks to build the County E. Nell, Martin T. Redman, W. T. grobm is an industrious farmer, and must love the word of God. It is that named bank, do solemnly swear that the above Walker, H. D, Murray, Jno. W. Bran-haBoth nails and fire may be good High School Building at Jamestown, which he has to teach every Sunday in statement is true to the best of my knowledge , W. C. Leach, V. H. Blair, J. F. the bride was a young lady who had Like whiskey, in their places. Ky , to the lowest and best bidder. E. H. Hughes. Cashier. the year. If he does not love it he will .ind beiieL Patteson, A J. Combest, R. A. Stone, jmany friends in the neighborhood not come to study the lesson in the Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th The Boaid will receive sealed bids My comforters all diagnosed, where she was reared. day of Jan. 1911. rigTit spirit, and can he teach it with until said date. Bricks to be regular W. P. Dillingham, W. F. Sanders, A.T, Agreeing to the letter; G. P. Smytiie. N. P. A. a any degree of interest? size, at least 60 percent of same must Sherrill. Commission Expires. Jan. 1914. Should I recover, they prognosed, Mr. J. R. Garnett, who has ben a JURORS. be hard brick, and must be burned on Perhaps I'd feel some better. One to be a good teacher, must also Correct Attest: very efficient assistant cashier of the Braxton Massey. Director. the site for said school building, or if Matthew Leach, U. S. Coomer, Jo Ed Bank of Columbia for several years, love his pupils. There are some very The preacher said, we trust in jest, R. T. Williams. Director. not burned there, roust be delivered on Flowers, J. M. Russell, W. E. Leach, good people who do not love children. tendered his resignation last week, to John D. Lowe. Director Therefore, the'prcachers pardoned, said site, by the party furnishing same F. W. Shepherd. They are not as good as they would be take up his profession the law. He is That he was grieved, but thought it free of cost, to the County Board, and if they did love the little ones. Those a very capable young man, and we More Votes in Piano Contest. best are to be ready for use on August 15, Until Feb. I, we will give 1000 diet that he will be successful at his who do love the boys and girls are more That I should be thus hardened. 1911. with each one dollar cash paid on pur- - chosen profession. Mr. Larue Squires. likely to become good teachers than the Not like some folks upon the scout The contracting party will be requirothers. We should not merely have We will give 50,000 votes with each Chase Of ladies Cloaks, COat SUitS and , another excellent young man, has ac Or others who would roam ed to execute bond to the County Board cepted a position with the bank, and love for good children, but we should Sewing Machine sold at any price. We Russell & Co. Like Johnies dad, we've been about, I for the faithful performance of said furs. will take pleasure in waiting upon cus- have the love of childhood that makes have them at 12.50, $16.00, $18.00, about our home. But near contract. Robert Antle, Chairman, tomers. Mr. Jo Knifley, who has been us love the good for what they are and The Modern Woodmen of America in the bank for some time, succeeds the bad for what they maybe. There $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00, the best J. C. Popplewell, Secretary. And should it be afflictions sore. are very few children who have not make on the market. have rented of Mr. M. Cravens the Mr, Garnett as assistant cashier. As blessings seem a curse; some good traits of characters, and We would not thank the Lord for more, Mr. F. R. Winfrey met with an acci room that was formerly occupied as the Russell & Co those who have none need our love all But that they were not worse. dent last Wednesday morning that composing room of the Columbia Spec For Sale. the more on that account. caused him a great deal of pain. He tator, for a hall. They also secure Were kissed into a world of woe Then too, the good teacher must be j The many friends of Mr. Harry V. was chopping wood at his home, when a from Mr. Cravens a part of the front To tread life's rugged route, Denver, who is a of Airs. M. stick flew up, striking him on the right room, which will be used as an ante About fifty acres 'of timbered land able to remember his own childhood, j E. Marcum, were real sorry to learn of When weary wandering to and fro, cheek bone, raising a terrible knot, be-- " room. Both apartments are being five and one half miles from Columbia, One difficulty with many of us is just j the death of his father, which occurred The world then kicks us out. and painted, making a very insides, the lick was very painfnl. Had near the Stanford road. It contains an here, that we forget how we felt when of- T.flvincrfnn Tonn loaf VJnAnaaAm Crying ushered into life; viting place m which to meet. The abundance of small he received the lick on inch higher, he timber, such as we were children, and so unable to morning. The deceased was a promThen by misfortunes haunted, Woodmen expect to remove from their Poplar, White Oak, would have lost an eye. Chestnut, Blue skin, smypathize with the little ones in their inent business man, and was sick but Our debut into toil and' strife present quarters in the Russell building, Sweet and Black Gums, some hickory. joys and sorrows. Our pupils joys and a short time. May the Givtr of all Where all die disappointed. sorrows should be our joys and sorrows. 5,000 votes in Piano contest for in a very few days. Price $550. . W. S. Sallee. 'Tis sad to know of such is life, Child burdens are as heavy as those of that is good comfort and bind up the ll-each dollar spent in our novelty Jewelwer'e not fond of fretin But older persons and we are apt to forget hearts of those who have been neref t It is absolutely necessary for the Though like my friend's good cripled ry Department. this, and so judge them harshly when of a wise counselor, an affectionate News to collect the amounts on the Circuit Court brought a large crowd Russell & Co. wife, they give way to grief over what seems husband and a devoted father, is the books, long since due. There are cutr to People were here of the Adair County News. and a setin. We're a layin standing obligations that the News, is from several of the adjoining counties, to us trifles. But if we only lemember wisn T. Jones. I have a good Jack for sale, a fine bound to .meet, hence the' J. necessityfor 'and 'every body seemed to'Jbe busy 1 how we felt when we were in their cir Montpelier, Ky breeder. Been shown five times and Mrs. Margaret A. Grissom, who. was cumstances, we will be able to feel tne can. we nave a numDer ox ac throughout the4 "day. There were awarded five premiums. Will have counts with them, and that will make us all a native of Adair county, the youngest 'and 'advertising great many horses and mules on the for. Herriford & Bennett sold to Durham him' in Columbia at the .March County that", have been due for ' twelve or market, and a number of sales were the better teachers. When we are daughter of Brrney and Permelia Pat;? Bros. ,' Taylor county, thirty head of Court, eighteen months, and the money due us j made. All the stores and groceries tempted to lose patience with the little terson, recently diedat Syracuse, Kanj J. D. Sharp, Amandaville,' Ky. i ones let us use our memory, awe sas. She was a highly, respected lad- ycattle. We failed to get the price. is absolutely needed. weM weii, patronized. Lett to join the Army. THE PIANO CONTEST. THE TEACHER, HIS CHARACTER the Candidates Stand at the Eighth s. .uu.a.u.1 grt I .i ,,.".. -.- .- to-da- y, ". well-know- ." x. REPORT last I ; "c '"' j I -- u-s- SSnST.,1 ! . nt Legal-tend- er r. -'- m, 1 . I f 1 ! i son-in-la- w ed ! 2t town-Monda- job-wo- rk -- v ft f. A THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS matters against which Mr. Taft Girl Went Armed. charge of the tickets. has thundered in the past. So The meetings will probably atClayton Ga., special: Because far as in him lies, he will speed Our country is being traversed tract many from all over the the wheels of justice, knowing she had refused vo marry him, i by a remarkable series of cele- state and a large attendance Samuel Algory, the son of a neither rich nor poor, Fifth Sunday Meeting to be held at the, Bap- be approved without and he will o brations. They began on the upon the Jubilee is expected. planter near h e re , regard to party lines. Louisville Times. Pacific coast at- Oakland Calidrew a knife and advanced off tist church, Columbia, Ky., Jan. 28 The New Governors. Miss Martha Wozrten, threater- fornia in October and have come and 29, 19-11- . steadily eastward, touching Cat ins to kill her. The youn girl Schools and Roads. New Governors have entered Minneapolis, Seattle, Portland, upon warned Algory to stop but he their terms in twenty-nin- e Denver, Omaha, Des Domes, States. Probably the most seriSATURDAY JANUARY 28th Just now there is a good deal still advanced and Miss Wooten Kansas City, St. Louis, Mil- ous problem confronting them is 10:00 a. m. Devotional Exercises H. N. PHILLIPS being said about rual schools and drew a revolver and shot him waukee, Chicago,"Indianapolis, dead. The tragedy occurred in the need of economy, a word that 10:15 W S. DUDGEON the building up of the country Our Association and its Needs -- arousing not Cleveland. Detroit, In this connection the parlor of the Wooten home H. S. ROBINSON schools. thro cvs a coldness over the meetonly the cities in which they ing of Legislators anywhere. 11:00 J. W. CRAWLEY tnere always comes up the ques-- 1 in presence of several yo u n g Our Attitude Toward "The Faith" were held, but stirring the Public expenditures are rising B. V. PENICK tion of good roads, the subject of people. Miss Wooten and Algory length and breadth of each much Evangelism R. F. JAUDON schools in the country always had been engaged but the girl faster everywhere than 11:30 state. The celebrations mark eiteer population or wealth. 2:00 p. m. Kentucky Baptists and Education W. G. WELBURN being intimately associated, in broke engagement two weeks the fiftieth anniversaryof the orABEL HARDIN the public mind, with good roads. ago. Since then Algory has The trouble is not primarily J. L. ATKINSON ganization of the first Woman's due to higher The two are close together. With- - said that if Miss Wooten did not salaries. Those are 3:00 Denominational Literature W. B. CAVE out good roads we cannot hope ' marry him he intended to kill her. Missionary society. Perhaps low for the grade of service reWm. KIRTLEY many church people even, do not quired, compared to have good country schools for Miss Mooten had been told of with other 3:30 Kentucky Baptists and Temperance W. T. UNDERWOOD know that the first woman's so- business. the 'children who attend the these threats and armed herself The chief difficulty is W. L. PIERCE ciety was organized by a Mrs. in higher schools must have a way to reach by the advice of her family and standards of the peo- 7:00 ' Christian Stewardship T. E. ENNIS Doremus of New York City in ple. They friends. the school house. demand better schools SUNDAY JANUARY 29th 1860, and that this society was When Algory entere d t h e The rural school is the basis more nomal schools, expert sup interdenominational. In keep- ervision, better equipped jails, 9:30 a. m. Sunday School. of our educational system and parlor he said: I've come to ing with this beginning, women asylums and The Sunday School an Evangelistic Force we can raise Kentucky's stand- - marry yeu Martha. " I can't do other public build- 10:30 GARNET GRAVES ing educationally only by build-- ; it Sam," the girl replied, of all creeds are celebrating to- ings. HERMAN SHIVELY gether the Golden Jubilee. Algory at once advanced with ing up the schools of the country The question "can we afford '11:00 " Our Missionary Enterprise L. B. ARVIN There was a pause in the meet-- it" is one that the individual districts. There are many more the knife and Miss Wooten killed 7:00 p.m. Evangelistic Service R. F. JAUDON children in the rural schools than him. ings for the holiday season, but daily asks concerning his private These meetings are open to everyone and opportunity will be given for tney will be taken up again expenditure. , It never occurs to discussion of the subjects by other brethren than those whose names appear on in the city schools so the country Pmolher Of Mint Julep. January 26th and 27th, wbich is many repreSentatives schools are the more important. when it the program L. B. ARVIN the date fixed for the If we had good rural schools we , Romance and poetry delighted w; JJUllUUlg tJUIIlC U11C CJOC O vuui.u G. PAUL SMYTHE would certainly have good high tion m Louisville. After this, money. Furthermore, great to weave garlads with which to D. H. HOWERTON they pass on again, touching at savings could be made schools. Committee. if the vim celebrate and perpetnat e t h e Nashville, Rochester, Buffalo, and hustle and enterprise of priBut until Kentucky builds glory of the blue grass in old Toronto, Hartford, Philadelphia, vate undertakings could be put A FellowS Credit the home of Mr Bobby Bowles good roads, there is not much KentU"kv famed for it: s fine Baltimore, Washington, Pitts into public work. Lexington of near Wisdom Monday of last reason to hope. for any greater',horses beautiful women and . burg, Newark, New Haven, Herald. There is probably no respect Week when his house was improvement in the rural schools. Providence, Boston, Portland in which the young man who is turned destroying all its contents The schools are ment to be! Kentucky has been designated . , Maine, and New York. trying to get ahead in a business and worst of all burning up his Places in wnicn cnuaren arei as the home of the mint ju e p Record Breaker. way should excercise grea t e r three little boys. Mrs. Bowles taught, and the school is a suc and i t s colonels have become The meetings in Louisville will R. G. Dun in last week's Dun's care than in the protection o f had gone to the house of neigh- cess in proportion to the number consist of two Drawing-rooa famous all over the wor 1 d f o r of pupils to attend. If every meetings in the homes of two!Reviewsavs: his credit. This means first of bor about a quarter of a mile the easy and graceful way in The year now drawing to a all that he should apply him3elf away and was gone near an hour county had good roads there prominent Louisville women for! which they drink whisky with a the first morning, and mass cIose w11 be ntable for its har- - and earn some money s o a s to and a half leaving her three little would be no trouble about the little dagh of sugar and a sprig meetings of the Fourth Avenue "ests: the mney value of its establish his credit Later when boys aged from one to four and tendance in the- schools. or two of mint in order chiefly, Kentucky has the finest road- Methodist Church for the wo- - farm products being computed at he borrows money he should see a half years old locked up in the to overcome the necessity for a making material in the world in men of all denominations for the close to $9,000,000,000 a record t0 jt his payments are made house. How the fire originated amount, nf water if th fiSureThis fact forms the best( on time agreed on before rath-me- n will never be known but when ht along the thoroughfares m beverage. afternoon, and for men and wo- -' ThetruthaKentuckian for the night. Friday PssibIe basis for industriaI -- d" er than after. And its well for discovered the roof was falling the mountains and the bluegraas morning there will be denomina- - vance next vear- - While for!him to keep in mind the further in and of course all h o p e w a s ' et the roads 2 ruin for wanfc of ed tional ' rallies at the various several months the volume of fact that in lending of money gone. A few charred remains intelligent wor. mere te au It transpired however that the churches followed by a luncheon Production and distribution has the banker not only takes stock of the three little fellows all in excuse for the counties of the real home of the mint and the at the Woman's Club with ad- - been below the normal, there of the visible chattels and a heap, were all that was left of limestone district not having mint julep is right her e i n or "after dinner speech-- , can be no widespread stagnation erty of the borrower, his thrift the little human beings. It was ' ood roads-onMissouri whose crop of mint last The nexfc Legislature will be year es" on Missions Friday night' while the farms of the country and industry, bub the k i n d of of the most shocking acci- amouuted to 7,653 pounds there will be another mass meet- - continue to yield so bountifully man he is and the rePutation he- dents whichever happened j n asked to provide a means of con-th- or enough to make 1,224,320 structing good roads. The rural part of the State.-Glas- gow ins for men and women Mrs. ' as tney have during the past bears in the community. This is juleps This amount includes the school will not ask for legislation Helen Barrett Montgomery of eleven months. Moreover the where the definite advantage of Republican marketed probuct only no acit not being practicable to make count having been taken of the Rochester, New York, well known government report issued this clear living comes in and it i & a goo J schools by legislation. But Taft Puts His Foot Down. as an author and speaker of won- week shows that the winter connection that should be emphacountless thousands of jule p s if the State builds good roads, which were compounded during derful magnetism and force, and wheat area sown this fall is the sized and realized more frequently "Iron bars do not a prison fVo riival crTirw1c tirill nrvto Va Mrs. Lucy W. Peabody, of Bos- largest on record, and that than is the case for with the-bankeine year witn a Dase oi z n e make,' sings the poet; President change. Frankfort News. ton, a public speaker of rare weather conditions have improvj factor it is that is undliuted moonshine whisky that gifts and charm will be at the ed since the report was gather- kept aways in view- - The fellow. Taft is of another opinion. Inever ?aid a taxSt. Louis Growing Special Corn. Louisville meetings and speak at ed. There is however, little who earns little and squanders Appealed to for commutation Star. most of the services. These two change in financial and business this and more cannot borrow of sentence in- the case of the The Illinois agriculture exper- -' Kind Act. women have few equals among sentiment, which remains con" shilling of any reputabls banking wealthy manager of a great lum-- 1 iment station has been breeding women lecturers of America, servative and cautious. i.ne hnnco rtrA voaonn ic rlnin ber and turpentine company, ' corn in an effort to produce and A traveling man who lives at both have spoken frequently at holiday trade is nevertheless, he negi8Cts his credit. whose activities are centered in fix strains that have opposite Plnnmnnn nrnc molrinnr o f in rttTrv H -Ghatauqua. New York, and are opening up well, and certain im-- , Florida and Alabama, he re- - characteristics a s t o chemical a lew weens ago in known throughout the north and portant centers of the jobbing fopl Umbrelia Thirty Years. fuses to interfere. The peonage composition. By careful selection nis territory east especially, as women of re- - trade in staple merchandise is re-- ! charge has been proven up to ' through a period of ten years the , his automobile and as he was ported as improving. The cold A faithful old umbrella which the hilt, it was rendered espec- -' station has corn very rich i n skimming along the pike in an markable ability. weather has been beneficial to; has shielded the family of Dr. J. ially heinous by the . unprotected starch and sugar and others high adjoining county he noticed an Mrs. J. B. Marvin 1385 South old man walking in front of him uactunvwu cvv-- - condition of the victims, aliens in oil and low in oil contents. Fourth Avenue Louisville, is muoi, iiicitiiaiHD, emu unc uvcxvy i. luumuau uiafrnrmc! He stopped his car and asked nf 50 vnnra with no knowledge either o fall af snow is most seasonable. nno Fvrtm f All were bred from a singl ear. chairman of the Central com was stolpn on Sunday. During the language or of the rights. None of the especialy bred corn him to ride. The old gentleman acmittee having in charge the pre-- 1 Cure for Diseased Tobacco Plants. i lug me ram cm uiai. uay i.u pujroi- - Nor was the President disnosed , for sale. When the exDeriment cepted the invitation with thanks parations for the greet meetings. cian lent the umbrelia to E. A. to be more patient with the at--1 is completed no doubt it can be saying that he was a carpenter Consul Mahin, has reported Mrs. James A. Leach, 1249 First titoy.!.- mon Seek, and while the latter was in a tempt to free the prisoner on a obtained. Ordinary corn is defi-- , onrl noil inef nniH ' Mrs. E. that a Mr. Ter Lang o f Suri-- ' Street, is very tired and had ten miles to store some one stole it. technicality. Fines he declared cient in protein for feeding pornam Dutch Guiana has devised Powell, Weissinger-Gaulbe- rt The umbrelia belonged to my to be "ineffectively against men poses and a high content of that walk. Apts. is secretary and Mrs. Fleet and uses an effective method for On the way the carpent e r father and has been in the fam-- I of wealth," and he was determin- constituent is desirable. H. Goodridge, 1259 First Street, destroying bacilli which injure to ascertained the traveling man's ily for more than 30 years said ed to discourage "the use of Soon a farmer can grow one is treasurer. Tickets will be on bacco plant b y crispi n g t h e Dr Mullican the other night. It such a tecnicality in the future." fialrl nf nnrn tr ciirn!v afnvrli anrl business and obtained his addres? sale for the luncheon by January young twigs. It is stated that has been coverd several times. , the result was a few days after 15th, and will be reserved for while it is a common method to This is as it should be. Noth- glucose factorys another to fur-- the traveling man received a large To persons who are not able to ladies if ordered and cut off effected parts as they ing so much increases our im- - nishraw material for corn oil order for metal roffing and other keep the same umbrella for more for by January 23rd. There pear Mr. Ter Lang removes migrant population as the oft 'manufactures and still another hardware for two large stock than 30 days this may seem incredwill be no special effort made for crisped twigs and effected branchrepeated charge too frequently to fournish corn tor feeding in earns tnat tne carpenter was ible but it is true concluded Dr. erecting the sale of tickets as it is feared es and then sprinkle on the plant sustained that there is one law case an abundance of valuabl e This traveling man believes Mullican with a smile. Chicago that the supply will not equal the a solution of copper sulphate. for the rich and another for the food is desired. that all the little acts of kindness Tribune. This operation repeated a few demand, since the Woman's Club Corn growing has become you extend t o your fellowman poor. The oppressive expense ?s you pass down the journey will only seat 800, and the issue times a year will it is said ac of litigation, the delays of the "specialize." Terrible Tragedy. complish the same result as the will b e rewarded some day, of tickets will be limited to that cutting process law, the multiplication and magmore lasting but Harr odsburgs I have three five room cottages for some way. G. P. Smythe number. Mrs. A. B. Weaver, benefit to the plant, Aterrible tragedy occurred at nification of quibbles these are rent. Hearld. Great Jubilee Meeting in'Louis-viile- . 1133 Cherokee Road, will have PROGRAM. -- ' I ! well-to-d- - - f ' I I ' j ' celebra-ipnocfar;0,Q- w ; . j i 1 I m ; - - J ( j j j j prop-dresse- s, j e j - j is -- r a-- i j J - fl-i- o ! . , , i j ! i I tl-i-o ! i.i-- i. I j.. i,: I mi-- 1 i vice-chairma- n, j L - i i I i j I I I i out-of-tow- n I ap-pa- id i i , J. .,.!;.' , fi t 1HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER THEREGULAR PRICE OF ! d King's New Discovery '"writes A The world's coal mines yield R. F. D. of Fayetteville, N. C. Albany, Maupin, February 1st. 400,000,000 tons of coal every No. 8, "for we both had frightful coughs Clinton Circuit, Lands Chapel, that no other remedy could help. We year. were told my sister had consumption. February 4-- 5. The. average age at which wo- She was very weak and had night sweats Thurlow, Hanks Chapel, Febbut your wonderful medicine co i pletely men marry in England is 23J cured us both. It's the best 1 ever used ruary 11-- 12. D.Mc-Donal- Hog killing is most done with, COLUMBIA DISTRICT, SECOND' but there has heen some pretty ROUND. Window glass was first used in good ones killed. The largest I modern times in 1557. know of, was killed by Mr. John Burkesville, Marrowbone, JanThere are, in different parts of Rodgers,, which netted over five uary 8. the world altogether about 200 hundred pounds. Bear Creek, Parrish Chapel, active volcanos. ' January 2. Saves Two Lives. Australia is twenty fiye times "Neither my sister nor myself might be Peytonburg, Chestnut Grove, as large as the United Kingdom. living if it had not been for Dr. January 9. Did You Know. 17-121-2to-da- y, Special Clearance Sale Of Carpets and Rugs During the winter months make a visit toour store a most profitable one. IRRESISTABLE LOW PRICES must help us to clean up all Limited Lots, Discontinued Patterns and Remnants in a short space of time New Spring Goods are crowding in and we;need the room greatly. When in LOUISVILLE, do not fail to Investigate our offers 28-2- s years. Hubbuch i Bros. & Weliendorff, & 6th, St. I I1C LlHJnVILLr YCJI IS If $5.00 A YEAR. TOURJ ORDER Herrings from the greatest harvest of the ocean. More herring are eaten than any other fish. or heard of. "For sore lungs, coughs, Campbellsville Circuit, Asbury colds, hemorrhage, lagrippe, asthma, Mount Everest, in Tibest, is hay fever, croup, whooping cough, all Chapel, February 14-1- 5. nearly six miles high. It is the bronchisl troubles, its supreme. Trial Campbellsville Station, Februbottle free. 50c and $1.00. Guaranteed highes mountain in the world. by Paull Drug Co. ary 15-1- 6. Centrally located. YOU WILL SEND TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND , A pinch of Jborax stirred into fresh milk will keep it for some time, and also keep the cream from turning sour. Nearly two-third- s of the crime THE LOUISVILEE TIMES both;one year FOR ONLY $4.50. in London is perpetrated between 2 p. m. on Saturday and 9 a. m. ton Mondays. There are serval places in Lon-- j don where preachers can bu y sermonds printed. They cover all subjects, and can be had for every sermon. The craving for tobacc is de- -' creased after a smoker has climed j j to a great height. THT? T nTTTQTHT T T?!rPTMT?C!' ,V There are annualy killed i n the best afternoon paperjprinted Africa a minimum of 65,000 ele anywhere. phants, yielding a quanity o f Has the best corps of corres raw ivory, the selling price o f wnicn 1S $4,zou,uuu. pondents. The only two foods which conCovers the Kentucky field pertain all substances necessary to fectly. Covers the general news field human life are said to be milk and the yolk of an egg. A man completely. can live in health on these two Has the best and fullest mar- foods. kets reports. ! Greensburg, Greensburg, February 9. With the exception of t h e Spurlington and Early, Tayfirst Monday in Febuary of last lors Chapel, February 6. year Columbia Tenn., has the! Casey Creek, Jones Chapel, biggest mule day last Monday March 2. that it has had in two years. Mannsville, Mannsville, March There were more thrn 1, 0 0 0 5. mules there and they sold rapidly Cane Valley, Carmel, March there beging more than thirty buyers from all parts of the south 2. Columbia and Tabor, March there. 3. The prices ranged very high the average per mule being close Grady ville, March 14. to $200. Some pairs brought 9. TernplelHilllMarch more than that going even a s West Tompkinsville, March 89 high as $500. The square and 2. all the streets leading into i t Tompkinsville, March 6. were packed and jamed with Mule Day. 18-125-21-- FRANK Cemetery work of all kind.... .Ig$ Incorporated Market St. bet. 5th, $ CORCORAN e High-Grad- Marble Granite See US before you bay..... 4-- Represented by C. G. Jeffries in this and adjoining counties 11-1- Main Street, ) 12-1- 18-1- $$$ts$i$$ w Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Lebanon, Ky, 21-2- 25-2- mules. The merchants did a fine business all during the day. Womanly Wisdom T. L. Hulse, P. E. Woodson Lewis Greensburg Sunflower Philosophy. , DEMOCRATIC in politics, but may not result from the work of fire Death in Roaring Fire fair"to!everybody. I SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP- TION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPER bugs, but often severe burns are caused that make a quick need for Bucklen's "Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest cure ; for burns, wounds, bruises, boils, sores. It subdues inffiammatlon. It kills pain. It soothes and heals. Drives off skin eruptions, ulcers or piles. Only 25c at Paull Drug Co. ' not to The Fry. Louisville Times. We are having lots of rain and If Champ Clark's friends are high water. really urging him to appoint all A great many of our citizens congressional comnattees in the have very bad colds, face of the fight on Cannonism, Mr TayIor Blankenship, who with an eggbeater and served it then all there is for him to do is has been m for quite awhile) is a pretty, dainty cup, When your stocking feet are to pray to be delivered f r o m no better. them. The measles have almost died past mending cut off the leg for bags to put over the broom when lout. j The average investigation find out so little that wonder that we Some people grumble because any one dreads it. the rose has thorns; they ought A woman may sometimes love to b e thankful that they have a man who black her eyes roses. she can never respect him as she Bring the soul into command should. and make the body obey orders. The fact that all men who do Cook prunes by pouring hot things have enemies need not be water over them and let t i n g taken as an indication that a n them stand on the back of the enemy is an asset. stove a few hours. Speaking of the servant Don't make ginger cookies problem we contend that a man and then hide the jar. Nobody who can't keep a cook by marryever hid a cooky where a b o y ing her should board. could not find it. A love affair can end two ways I find turkey fat after it has In one the letters and pictures been dried out a splendid substi- are burned. In the other tute for butter in making cookies letters and pictures are forgotten or biscuits. Any man hates to acknowledge Gruels are more tempting to cold feet although there are times the sick if whipped to a froth but Studebaker Birdsell riilburii A car load of Wagons Disc Harrows girl Oliver Chilled Plows A car load of A car load of the 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, read7 for Spring trade. when they are an asset in ing out of trouble. keep- Free Sample Aids Old Men The sudden change from years of activity of both body and mind to the quiet of later years causes the system to undergo many changes, chief of which is in the di- gestive organs. ' i . warm water then drying. . of You can't keep a gord therTo prevent woven carpet from mometer down. unraveling jt is a good plan to unSmite a fly on one cheek and ravel about two and tie togather he returneth to the other. It becomes harder and harder to get tha L. & N. R. R. the ends of warp. bowels to move promptly and regularly and In consequence many elderly men sul- - than last. A hook in the jaw is apt t o ier not oniy irom me uas.c touoie. con- Some jars o f nicely canne d stlDauon. but from IndiscJon. headache. The death angel, with silent fruit or glasses of jelly or pickels finish both the fish and the belching; sour stomach, drowsiness after of all necessary to keep the bowels open tread, VlSlted the home of Mr. make a nice presant th a t is fighter. ana men to vone me aigesuve muscles so as to get Uiem to again do their work ,6. T. Kemp, Dec, the 25th, and always acceptable to the recipient naturally. A violent cathartic or purga- vnn wnnfr n Vnorh 'Hmp n n t Greensburg, Ky. tive is not only unnecessary but iiarm- - rnllprl for lllue Tvv Pparl By keeping candle-mold- s nnrl at ful. and something mild will do the work your vacation hie to the moun- 3UAftw you have got through experiment- - she Went to heaven to live with hand a few candles may be made Mail orders promply attended to ,. .... imr with salts and pills and waters of at a time as the suet accumulates cams. r various kinds, and have become convinced JeSUS and her tWO Jlttle SlStei'S, and the ends of candles and the Undoubtedly many of our then try Dr. Caldwell's g Syrup Pepsin, a who have gone before. The- sorgentle, pleasant-tastinmild, dropping on the candlestick msy sweet girl graduate will make laxative tonic that is especially adapted to tha requirements of old peonJe, women and rowing parents have oar deepest be melted and run into fresh good fudge. jfr'hildrcn, and yet is ctTecUve enougli for sympathy, but if we are faithful candles. mvhodv. Tour drmrfflst. uhn hoc linnrtlofl a it successiuny ..,,.. - a Quarter or .. cen- - jhrrlo whim wto will .... .m ,n ror r This is thirsty weather. Even The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al ' . . or one dollar, but if you want to make Solves aDeeP Mysiery a test of It before spending any money hands With little Ivy On the the mercury is filling its glass send 5our name and address to Dr. Cald- "I want to thank you from the botBoth One Year for $1.50. wVpITo?' char,y send you a sanipl golden shore, where parting is no tom of my heart,"vrote C. B.Rader.of higher these days. remedy is ranidlv dlsnlaeimr all This Lewisburg, W. V., "for the wonderful other forms of medication for the euro, more. xionw nsVc: wrVinf is onnd fnr doublebenefit I got from Electric Bit of stomach, liver and bowel trouble, and. Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep, families like Mr. O. P. Wisher's of SycaHuman cuticle Gov. Patterson has decided ters, in curing me of both a severe case mosquito bites. It is the attention to little and more. HI., and Mrs. Carrie Culler's of From which none ever wake to weep; N. Notre Dame street. South Bend, 325 of stomach trouble and of rheumatism, is considered very good, Henry. apparently insignificant things Ind., are now never without It in the A calm and undisturbed repose not to become an editor.but to from which I had been an almost helphouse. They have tested It and know its connected with dairyinf by the last of foes. Unbroken grand value to every member of the less sufferer for ten years. It suited my resume the practic of law. Con- makes or family. mars the profits. Color A court has decided that a husDr. Caldwell personally will be pleased Asleep in Jesus, far from thee, case as though made just for me." For sidering his knowledge of a is subservient to flavor in to give you any medical advice you may Thy kindred and their graves may be, dyspepsia, indigestion, jaundice and to band is the property of a wife butter desire for yourself or family pertaining to Tennessee editor's troubles, the Poor salt will lower the quality the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely But thine is still a blessed sleep rid the system of Kidney poisons that free of charge. Explain your case in a From which none ever wake to weep. cause rheumatism. Electric Bitters has This is the time of the year that decision would appear to have of butter. Leaving buttermilk in letter and he will reply to you In detail. For the free sample simply send your no equal. Try is a postal card or same and address onrequest There is some tobacco yet not guaranteed to them. Every bottle at every husband realizes that with- been reached after mature reflec-io- the butter will cause it to become the doctor's otherwise. For either satisfy. Only 50c address Is Dr. W. B. CaIdwelI.K.500 Cald- sold. , rancid quickly. out a court decision. Paull DrugCo. ' well building, Monticello, I1L won-human i ' T-- Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. McMahan, spent the day at Mr. Beard's Friday. God has soared our lives to see the end of the old year, and the bejrinninfr of the new- - I der how many are going to make ,. . this a betterryear Of their lives, wiping walls or floor. Although there i s neve any scarcity o f candidates closely and you can always hear that public officials are underpaid.--Atchison listen If the neck of a sweater be- Globe. LIME, SALT, AND CEMENT A come too loose from wearing shrink it by dipping it in clear SPECIAL LINE. Things Worth Remembering. Will deliver any kind Farm Implements at any station on the Wloodson Lewis The-Merchan- . ! 1 , - vi i c-r- cf-ilr- a I , I that i n. 4 , :;& 4 THE AL'AIR CCLMY NEWS HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS!"evethath?J3Prompte,ibyself makes' me feell'4green", to think Dy 7t interest, Dut actuatea oniy 7Kin t N desire to harmonize profession IN 'N NI - - BYiTHE - and action. That the party is IN : ik: committed to the election of the IN IN Adair County News Company. TN U. S. Senator by the people is Put your Children ' ( Incorporated.) NI 7r: well understood. Nt IN CHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. IN From present indications it Nir 75 Democratic newspaper devoted to the In- seems that again the Democratic NI terest of tlie City of Columbia and the people IN party of this State is to pass of Adair and ad jaeent counties. 7K NJ through a period of internal 7tN as secEntered at the Columbia y strife in its efforts to name a itime, Draws Noting" irom the Tin ond class mailj.ijatter. IN Normal v Rated as TIN 7 offices. Just at ticket for State political game of chance, which IN Business WED. JAN. 18, 1911, the time when peace reigns, "Class A" s should satisfy my longings for IN Expression when the bickerings of the past come in that respect. $& By d TTJ K ii women in w reeling, TTT TT w. va., apparently nad.Deen laid- .- aside, Music Men 0frhonor:an(j integrity can NI Nt Association Tin were so anxious to near tne tnai when party conndence nad !7F f Art not conscientiously engage in IN N Of Mrs. Schenk, charged' with established itself, rumors and NV politics tliesejdays from the fact ' 7K poisoning her husband, that they sigrfe of a heated campaign are that the sole purpose in view is IN Kentucky N fought for admission to the court in evidence. A few years ago to gninT.office regardless of the , Colleges room. our majority was small if it bare- - toll it costs You may spread on (!) N 'v. IN ly dropped below fifty thousand. ' u rx theLorimer whitewash in the NI v Their conscience' hurt" them! IN At that time peace and good will whole country, and the corrup iK Spring Term opens Tuesday, January 3, 1911. NI1 JN and $l,300,000lwas turned over 71 prevailed. Rivals for position tion, fraud and hellish blackness NI NJ Talk to some one who has been here. IN 7K to the State of Pennsylvania NI with-conducted their campaigns wMch underlies the whole thing ?lN N Thorough work; little expense. Engage room at once. last week by men indicted in out disrupting their party, and n 4.up onrfnpp Md IN f ife WQV fn connection with the State Capitol Nt For Catalogue, address when the ticket was named, it Hke a cancerous growth. The 7 frauds. 7& wab iiouuiy iu buiiuiy support- - f t j ft WQuld be -- nj NI NJ M M 8" In N ed. From that era the party 0pinion NI In Ohio court is . held at any NJ1 if women were given a IN M 7TC 7lN IN Columbia, Kj". NINl old place. Judge Blair, of Ad- - snutea. ana its living since nas pace in the political arena of to. NINI jnTTn 7K.IN NI NI NI . Njl NI iJX NI ni nj ni ni ni m ' y Tin In 7r" NJ ni and hard. The!d ams county, held a session in a been costly "5f IN IN IN IN 7lN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN . IN IN IN ?K TfN 7N 7K 7in th r Dresence would nroba- - "n in in in Tin 7in 7In in fx 7In in 7i in troubles of the past, largely due ' bly lend a purif ying influence to public road one day last week, in oraer tnat a iarmer might con- to inordinate ambition of individ the corrupt and greedy office member of the House, and snow uals, ought to remind every true seekers among men. fess that he had sold his vote. We need 'him his seat. Of course it is Democrat who seeks position of more menof honor and integri- easy to imagine tnat sucn men Prpidpnt Tafr ordered a public honorfthat the claims of his oppo-- ! . . ,... reieniui .,... mUJ as nnr. lflnil!lafnTO! an -. --" tne one just ........j u, m,,, reprimand for Commander W. S. ' nent are as much entitled to con- - " , win worK ior tne Dest interests great records in the Legislative Sims. United Rf.at.ps nnvnl officer u: . . rr e :j auuuiu Q tne peope an(J who have ' Halls of our country. , ,. , nw icuwincu ai a. icucui uimiei not put sell interest toohigh, nor some conception or right irom Fred McLean, You can't lose on a pair of Desnoyers "Six Months" m London that this goverment underate the cost of creating1 Shoes. The written guaranty we give you insures full six wrong, but instead of sending! Columbia. Ky. . . i. ij :.!. teau jDiitaia .m trouble mlhisigown party. The wuuiu asaiai, months' wear, or the equivalent of it in dollars and cents. good3 men to represent us at case of war. Demacratic party of this State Frankfort, w e usually send a Big Elm. by the power of i has never lost numbskulls" who sit in The Salloway. general pension No other dealer in town can make you such an the common political opponent, offer, because there are no other shoes on earth Legislative Halls like Mr. T. N.ICollins was at this bill has passed the House. It the like "Six Months" Shoes And we are the only but by revolt from its own ranks. ,"bumps on a log" and do noth-- j place Thursday on business. provides pensions of $12 to $36 a HE 'SSH&w dealers allowed to sell these shoes in this town. has not suffered so much from ing except answer to the roll Kv Mr. Wm. C. Blair, of Crocus, Guaranteed shoes have never been sold be month to soldiers who served It fore, because never before has it been pos wars without as feuds within. call and draw the per diem. was here Wednesday, on Ctvl Any ninety days in theU. S. States sible to make shoes good enough to "l" Stylo In the'face of recent defeat and Speaking of this brings to my guarantee. The old expensive system of army during the civil war or FOR MEN dealers through why any mind dwindling strength, Mr. Ernest Grider, of Montpe- an instance related to me sixty days in the Mexican war. rorlTlM selling to men prevented it. traveling applicant who is true to party not long ago, by a gentleman was at BiS Elm Thursday, Capt. Peary, before an inves- -' and mindful of the public good, siding i n an adjoining county, Mrs. Laura Grant visited her tigating Committee, last week, s h o u 1 d.f voluntarily pursue a and something of the sort is said daughter, Mrs. Charlie Compton, Guaranteed for Full Six Months' Wear The makers of "Six Months" Shoes sell and best raw materials procurable. Wonadmitted that the North Pole is course calculated to create an- to have actually occurred: "He of this place, last Wednesday and direct to dealers by letter. That's why they derful wearing qualities are added to can make the only shoe that's good enough the leather and it is perfectly wateras much lost as it ever was. imositybring division and prob- - said thatTa certain district, or 'Thursday. to guarantee. Tho thousands of dollars proof and flexible by made tanning proca secret they save on selling expense go into better ess. The Army Duck linings cost twice as Tnr..T aim "F. v,uuk iwve proven, qV1tt riafarth in flia final olonfirn m3 xjl. a. w - j -- ", "materials that others can't afford. l",wuv"1' two counties not a hundred miles much as ordinary linings. The uppers are Mr. James Selby, of Denmark, The Swissox soles are from Swiss hides. sewed together by r itrtf r i r ..u own aumissions, ii , , iin w linn rTrTTW r ,,, uppers from Paris Veals the toughest using the very highest grade silkmachines, The uy uieir l thread. uimCloiauu. tnat.uaiu iw uo a representa- - was at Big Elm, Friday. they are the greatest fabricators Democrats ought to settle their tive a few years ago, and the Every Mr. J. A. Turner made a bus"Six Months" Shoes are the finest looking as well as the finest wearing shoes made. accounts on a higher plane, and honorable gentleman went of the age. re light, They're made to iness trip to Simpson Ridge last They andwonderfully the veryneat and comfortable. choose from. for dress, business or you'll find work best styles of each to we trust that individual ambiHflp'c iho fimratvfl I' either to furnishoraupperspair of out within four month "y we agree the poles new wewear shoes entirely COO in Prof. M. 0. Winfrey, ai Bell tion will subordinate itself for Frankfort at the appointed time, Wednesday 7 1,t? cnarge. If either tho poles or uppers wear oat daring the fifth month we agree to refund free of cash. It either the soles or uppers wear oat durinit the sixth month acree torefnnd Sl.OOin In other wonN. if these shoes should not give full six months' wear we refund more than thecnh. procounty, has withdrawn from the party good and the public wel There he met 'Old John Barley- Mrs. Jennie Morgan, of Glens-forportion they t nil short. amaI tIx rslr Uiv Yon can't lose on such an offer, so don't delay. Call now whilo our stotk is complete. corn wuu tuurv nun in f ait auu luw race tor btate bchool Superin- fare. There's nothing to justify ' is visiting in this section, He this week. showed him a good time. & tendent, though warmly solicit- a bitter campaign in our party at (15) ed to continue in the contest. this time. Good men for every was so busy with his old friend, Mrs. Carrie Turner and chilThe Middlesboro Recqrd says office have announced and it 'John' that h e forgot to go dren, visited Mrs. J. A Turner that Mr. Winfrey, upon learn- ought to be a campaign of com- around on the morning the House Wednesday. S ing Mr. Jas. Garnett, of Acir petent Democrat against compe- convened and it was several We are having some very warm days before the thought struck county, was a candidate for At- tent Democrat. him that he ought to drop in and weather at this writing. The torney General, and feeling that see how matters were progress- thermometer now, is registering A he was the right man for that 1 have taken charge of PHELPS BROS. ing. So the next morning he 72degrees in the shade. office, and feeling also that he We will soon have three telHOTEL and will endeavor to run same is Mightier ihan Fiction." made his way to the Legislative did not wish to hamper the to the satisfaction of old and new custoHall and took a seat in the rear ephone lines from here, one to Eleventh district with too many i nave Deen approacned more-- i of the building, his courage was Glensfork, which is about commers. Lively and Feed stable in concandidates, he declined lo enter than once, during the past few pleted, except a few braces that nection with the HOTEL. Special pains the race, askiner all his friends weeks, bv erentlemen. in whom I still backed up by 'Johnny B.' are not in yet. The line to over the State, to respect the have great confidence, upon the!During his stay some measure taken in the care and feeding of stock. was put before the House that Jamestown is completed as far as modesty of the Eleventh dis- - subject of making the rac2 for I will also continue in the Implement Esto. The one from here to of- - the remihlican nomination to ren- - ne Ught to have a voice in, SO trict in askine- for onlv one r 0 and Hardware Business and carry a Denmark is under contemplation. fice, and to give their support resent this the 37th legislative he thought, and jumped to his good line of Field seeds. There will be a committee ap- to Mr. Garnett for Attorney Gen-- district, comprising Adair and feet and cried: 'Mr. Speaker'! pointed soon to locate the Route. J. H. Phelps. Cumberland counties in the lower Mr- - Speaker ! Who are you,and eral. . are you from?' Inquired House of the next General Whitewright, Texas. Congressman Ollie James has the Speaker. 'I am Mr. so and semby 0 f Kentucky. I have addressed a letter to the Demo- - lonly one answer to such solicita. so, and I represent such and Christmas is over and gone, $ cratic Executive Committee of such counties.' 'I was elected, and we have just begun to turn and that is No emphatic. this btate setting torth his views all Na Talk about me runnino; and I am a member of this legis the pages of a bright new year. as to the importance of nominat for at Sparksville, Ivy. We extend for the legislature, Lord bless lature to0' replied the honorable I hope the holiday season was a have some Kentuckians our sympathy to her husband ' ing a Democratic Senator in the my soul. Never. The idea of gentleman. 'Have you ever been happy one to you all, and I wish our neighbors, Mr. S. T. Akin, and two little boys, also her faState primary. He insists that me asking the' Republicans 0f"here before, and have you be.eh you many more of them in the W. L. and J. E. Moran are here, ther and mother. When these tte party has all along sought Adair county to vote for me sworn in,? asked the Speaker, years to come. Everybody and getting along nicely. sorrows and trials come to us we and pledged itself to the election again for anything is simply 'No, Sir,' 'replied the honorable around here seemed to enjoy While the Adair County News think of the great reunion await-it- g by the vote of the of Senator in a pleasant way. My brings us joyful news sometimes, 'I did not know those who put their trust in and I shall not ask it. gentleman.' yfpeople and as a primary is the I rejoice in the fact that I possess that a man had to be sworn and mind often runs back to the old the Lord, Who does all things it often makes us sad. It the nearest approach to a popu- a sufficient amount "of that good tagged in every little' job he Kentucky home 'and loved ones, brought sorrow to us all to read for the best. While we read in the Bible, the trumpet of God lar election, he asks the Com- old Scotch Irish heritage in my gets.' " This remark, coming fandto our school mates whom of the death of Mrs. L. E. Janes. will sound, and time will be no mittee to reconsider and include make-u- p to say just what I think from-member of tlje lesisla-tur- we love'd. So many of us have more. We then will all be Hie Senatorial nomination in the put the House in a roar of left the old home, and located in Mr. and Mrs. Janes were our ered together, and will gathand in addition to that, wouldn't never neighbors until last Summer, know separation May primary. No one can doubt again. I make a brilliant spectacle sit- laughter, and the Speaker di- different parts of the world, and the sincerity of the Congressman, ting in the midst of the law mak- rected the clerk to swear the we only hear of some of them when her health gave down, and Yours as erer, W. L. Moneyhaa. om who knows him wiH be- - ers of this commonwealth, honorable gentleman in as a through tht dear old News. We they went back to their old home no it Published Every Wednesday Vot-ofii- ce C i!i lM M2 k l Jiki hl w !i iif s X of it, and it is not my desire that V!M t "dampt" fool be added another Lindscy-Wiis- oi to the legislature because there K ni will be enough of tljat sort there Tis. 7In anyhow. I played that role in A SatVPIacc fo by partici this county one time, IN pating and entering into some IX kind of a scheme called a pri- ?K Preparatory mary election, and henceforth For I, according to wrrds used by my NI friend Sam Lewis once upon 'a VlIN Colleges L 2bl Md vi UL N" M' fw M " v v vi " si'WW l IN. raining Schooi J NZ ' I TTT1- - 1 . -- j re-o- a i j " 1 -- IN. ! , NE1LSON MOSS, j , I NJ- - - j ! , A Six Months' Guaranty , , ,,. 4- u-.- u i- With Every Pair! Sold by Us Only! t:.: i ...... I i fc . . f Wt i I Dress-Busine- i ss- ikTiiH high-salarie- d re-:li- er Desnoyers "Six Months" Shoe lock-stitc- h j , ! 1- l-- .. - i , i z i i Best Styles for Purpose , I j I k, ! I , PATTESON; DENNEY. J SS $$$ $G$$$ 3X ! i j i f - I As-!whe- re xx $M$ j us, X-m- as a " ' e, ..'. -- ' , ik . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS E. W, Webb, of Russell-countentered his daughter in the Mr. y, Lindsey-Wilso- PERSONAL Dan Hatcher was here a few days ago Mr. J. A. Williams, Roley Monday. was here from n school Monday. Strayed qreast. A yellow collie pup, white Bring him in and get pay. Geo. T. Flowers, Jr. Mr. John Q. Alexander few days ago. Mr. While friends of the News are in Co lumbia this week they are requested nd urged to call at this office and settlo Dillingham. was here a their accounts, . j j nesday.and Thursday at Her--j "'i schel Robertson's. Mr. Walter Rigney was visiting relatives in this neighborhood last Sunday' night. Mr. Luther Perryman spent Wednesday night with Mr. R. 0. Mr. Wood Sanders, Free Trip To Ill MID WINTER Campbellsvilfe WHITE X jlLL 1 ") And Return R. R. & Friday, Mr. L. V. Turner wife, and little son, makes the third child these parents Martin last Luther, Jr. visited the News Monday. have lost in the last three months. Messrs. D. P. and E. S. Rice, They were victims of typhoid fever. Mr. James Garnett attended the TayMisses Eula and Bertha Martin lor circuit court a few days of last A balloon about 5 feet long, 18 inchspent last week. es in diameter, red, white and blue and Judelle Robertson Mrs. Josephine and M iss Bess Rowe stripes, was found on the farm of Mr. , Sunday at Delaney Robertson's. spent several days in Louisville last A. G. Todd, three miles from Colum Mrs. Mary Brockman returned bia, a few days ago. Mr. Todd is anx- week. o years of age and is survived by a ious to learn from whence it started. ' home last Sunday after a three acter and ability necessary t Mr. N. B. Faulkenburg, of Jamesdaughter three years old. daughter, make a happy home. Mr. Ed- little town, was here at the opening of Miss Pearl Ingram and Mr. Samuel Weeks vislt with her wards is a very successful young His wife preceeded him to the court. McKinzie were married in Fancy Prai- -' Mrs. Z. T. Gabbert grave two years ago in Los . Til !... 7AAn rpu u:,i : i Mrs. Virgil Knifley and little! business man, having been en- Angeles, Cal., spending a few Mr. E. 0. White is where they tvere uiiuguici ui uii. ami iiiis, iive j.u- - ' weeks with his many Adair county gaged in the stave business in then making their home. gram, former residents of Adair coun- - daughter, Ida, of Knifley were friends. county for some time. They ty. Shefealsoa niece of Mr. H. B. visiting Mr. Thomas has been in the at J D. Absher's Wed-Ingra- this Mr. A. A. Huddleston, Commoof this place. immediately a weeks inflrmery almost two years for left nwealth's Attorney is here, looking af,nesday night. the treatment of consumption, stay in Indianapolis, Ind. ter evil doers. Mr. Howard Russell happened There were five galleys of type set to a very painful accident one Jamestown last Saturday. J xirts-ithio AttiiA mio mnvn day last week by cutting his 11 Mr. Clifton Carley, of Danville, ivnno liltlUV. lt KIJ UHG JIUUIIJj "& visiting relatives near Ozark. lady and the paper given to readers at knee with an ax. Mr. Wesley Grider, a good citizen of 11:25. That is going some. Mrs. Harriet Robertson and . Russell county, was here Monday. of Ar daughter, Miss Annie were the A TIi kt .. li u. rU.,4-T,v. ... gan tit- r w. t wucimaiu au (v. wmirey, wno uve near iNeaib- - nlpnc,nTli. mlpsf, 0f Mr. J. H. .i. i. Townsend were here from Milltown 'burg, Tuesday night. Mr, Asa Simpsom was here from i I Please settle your accounts at once for the year 1910. You can see me on bellsville, spent a few days of friends Monday. the Columbia square every Monday. last week atDelaney Robertsons. Mr. W. H. Russell, Coburg, called John B. Grant. at The News Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Absher! Attention is directed to the statement Ray Montgomery has returned to Mr. of the First National Bank in this issue. have moved to their new home his school in Lexington. It is the best report this institution has near Watson. Mr. A. G. Noreis made his regular published for years, Mr. Richard Humphress, Miss- trip to Columbia last week. Mr K. Li. Davis has accepted a po- es Annie Ethel Hovious and E!la Mr. J. B. Wheat, Denmark, was sition with the Jeffries Hardware here the first day of court. Humphess were at Mr. W. A. Store. He invites his friends through- Prof. A. H. Ballard was in Louisville out the county, to call and see him Humphress Wednesday night. a few days of last week. when in Columbia. J. of D. Sharp mingled with his Camp-- i On January 8th we will inaugurate our annual White Goods Sale. Our stock this season will embrace everything New in WHITE PIECE GOODS. Thousands of yards of the most exquisite Embroideries, Laces, Flouncings, Waist Patterns, Wash Goods, Linens, &c. &c. Stage Fare Paid Both Ways to out of town Buyers. j i j MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Everything in Undergarments bought direct from New York Manufacturers, Petticoats,-GownsDrawers, Chemises, Corset Covers, Princess Slips, kc. &c. READY-TO-WEA- R , t j r savior, ! ! ,r::7:rr.ru:r::r" 4414-tr 4 !i WAISTS 1 mwin & T- . X T !- -. I , died last This ! $ .75 Values at .48 .00 Values at .69 .25 Values at 98 1.50 Valuasat 1. 19 This lot of Waists embraces Elegantly Trimmed and Tailored Waists, in White, Black and Colors. We invite your inspection. 1 Jarvis Gigantic Removal Sale Now Going On In Russell 8 & J Full Blast We opened our Doors Yes , j ! "?":i:A?:u?,luurrr j terday, Wednesday, January 18, and our Store was Simply Crushed to the walls We will ' m, move into for Last Wednesday the 11th, day Lizzie, a little daughter of Mr. and Mr. Marvin Hawkins died Jan- - which disease he contracted from C. Absher of January, Mr. J. his wife. Mrs. C. S. Harris, was quite sick sevFrommy home two sows, mostly and Migs Bertie HutchiSon were Uary 2nd at his father'S hme' Building The remains were brought to eral days of last Vfclortlr' rt ani ovrl ffv inn Sewellton, and was laid to the old home of the deceased at near G. W. Brockman, R. T. Bathe left. When left would have I mamed m the P"ence ff a rest in the old Bethlehem cem-etrHorse Cave Tuesday morning, ker, R. F. Rowe; Tim and Robt. Cole weighed 175 lbs. Information wanted. (large number of relatives and Peb. 1st. were here from Amandaville. accompanied by his brother, Mr. 2t Elizabeth Burris, McGaha, Ky. friends, Rev. John Rice officiat- Misses Fannie Waggener, Kizzie and . On December 25th Mr. and Joe Thomas, of Rocky Ford, Col. Lou Riall and Sawney Browning, called H. A. Bagby, Green county, was ing. The bride is a daughter OI Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and at the News Office Monday. tried in the Taylor Circuit Court. last Mr. and Mrs. James Hutchison, Mrs. W. J. Lawless entertained two ckildren, Miss Annie Maye J I'll Judge J. C. Carter came in Sunday week, for wilfully murderintr W. V. of - ac amn8r nme cnnaren, iourceen and William, left for Horse Cave the Mt Pleasant neighborGreen afternoon, and is now busy with the Coffey, who was the Jailer of Greens-bur' county. The killing occurred in hood and was a favorite among Srand children, three great grand Tuesday morning and attended docket, for this term of circuit court about one year ago. The jury three the funeral and burial, which Mrs. Malissa Christie, who was quite was The groom children, four out a few hours, giving the ac the young people. daughters-in-lawan- d sick last week, a victim of pneumonia, cused twenty-ontwo grand took place in that city in the years in the peni- is a son of J. D. Absher, a succonsidered better at this writing. is making in all pres- afternoon, and returned home tentiary. cessful farmer and an excellent Col L. T. Neat, who is in the Revelast evening. They were accomThe table was panied by May success and ent thirty-seveMr. Jas S. Hovious, of the Peliyton young man. nue service, stationed at Chapeze, Ky., Dr. and Mrs. Robert spent Sunday here with Mrs. Neat. precinct, announced ' Tiis candidacy to happiness attend them is the bountifully supplied with every- Thomas, of Louisville. Messrs. J. N. Coffey, Brack Massie, represent Adair and Cumberland in the thing necessary to make an enThe deceased is kindly rememwish of this .community. e Jerome Hurt, A. S. Chewning and next Legislature, at the joyable repast, While this was bered by many of the citizens Frank Waggener left the first of the Monday, a large crowd being present. Gadberry. a day of pleasure it recalled the here, having visited Dr. Thomas week on a prospecting tour for Florida Mr. Hovious is an old line Republican and is quite popular wherever known. Mr. Tilden Wilcoxin, of Green counhappy childhood days which when quite a young man LaHe expects to make an active canvass place was in Several from this ty, was in to see us Monday, and cast rue County Herald. There are about nomination. caused u s t o reflect over the ntp tVintiBnnrl vntps flanVi for twn j .. vonnrr for the Columbia county court day. The deceased was a son of Dr. 0 J.J . many . changes that had taken G. A. Thomas, who removed ladies who had solicited his aid. True seven otner canuiuaies. Mrs. Elizabeth Morrison is conto promise he delivered the goods. place since we children were from this county to Horse Cave Little Cecil Sullivan, the one year old Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bridgwater, of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. foullivan, fined to her room with lagrippe at home with dear o 1 d many years ago, and there are Green County, were visiting in this ..:.. writing. .. . , .celebrated her first anniversary last at this i j u father and mother. If we all many surviving relatives in One Dollars Worth of MerMonday. Invitations were extended to called at the News office and advanced Misses Ella, Lorena and Ethel never meet again at the dear old Adair. all the very small children in town and chandise, if Low Prices subscription to a point that inditheir White, of Crocus visited rela- homestead, may we all meet in appreciation of the paper Mr ' Hvan cated home was well filled, and at the nnagwaier is one vi viieen couiiLy a noon hour the guests were invited to tives at this place several days Heaven. can sell it now best farmers, and the kind words for ' the dining hall where a most tempting of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dirl Hudson the News were duly appreciated. T 3inmA. ao oawtaH uuut' uiuud M.on ocivcu. uiiu aix.7 Qllllf W. 0. Johnson made a busi- gave the young folks a party 7 Latest Quotations on Live Stock Mr .lohnT. Harvey, of Denver, Col., van received many nice presents and This Sale Closes Sat-urda- y spent three weeks here with his the day was delightful spent by all ness 'trip to Esto one day last on the night of the Ilth, which who j week-Messrs- Strayed. The New . ! Turner t - i y. j i ..... tit' sons-in-la- L And Wi g sons-in-la- w, e w, n. Court-hous- Not -- , Move .....' u-- i I - , louisvilleTmarkets. y l ATtCC3 e mother and sister and many friends, wj,0 attended. rnu x j rvt iNew vriciiiis mat iiiuisua. leib ior xt His wife is near New Orleans, at a Mr. Walker Bryant, of this place, health resort, and if he finds her im- - who is considered one of the best iudtres proving he will probably return to Co- - j of timber in the statef and E M Burr lumbia in three or four weeks, with a ton of Purdy who has also had a good view of assisting in a much talked en- -' deal of experience in the timber trade, terpnse. bought on January the 10th, the Cyre- Mr. E. L. Feese, who has been a , nus Burton white oak timber, which is compositor in this office for sevaral considered by all timber men in this years, voluntarially tendered his resig- - part of the State, to be one of the best nation last Saturday which was accept- - boundaries in the county. It is our un-eThe best wishes of this office was derstanding that a crew of hands have extended to Mr. Feese, who left for been employed to begin cutting this Somerset Sunday Morning, to accept timber at an early date. The price cases in the office of The Times. He vad was '2,000. leic, ueimvmg mat ne wuum ueiier ma ii. t. I i week. was highly enjoved by all pres- CATTLE Pratlier Morrison visited rela- ent. tives at Glensfork Friday of last Mr; Ben Selby, of Esto, died week. R, T. Shipping steer Beef steers Fat heifers and cows d. j j condition, and we trut that his anticipations may be realized; that he may lay up money rapidly, and return to the county of his nativity to spend it. FOXES WANTED. G Squirrels Coons rer and Red Foxes $2.00 50 to c2.50 to 1.00 1.23 75to Additional Locals. Read the advertisement of Russell & paper. Co. in to-day- And Express. Send name of your express office in first McCaffree business at this place Thursday of last week. Messrs. Ace and Lamas Loy visited relatives at Bliss Wednes-dn- y and Thuesday of last week. Dott Pitman of Creelsboro, is spending a few week with F. R. Johnson and family, of this place. Rebert Johnson sold cow to Sam Allen for $20. one day last week and was laid Canners transacted to rest in the Grider graveyard. Bulls J Cutters Three negroes were taken from the Shelby county jail at Shelbyville by a mob of fifty men and lynched. The victims were Gene Marshall, Feeders Stockers Choice milch cows... Common to fair cows HOGS $4.755.25 3.005.00 3 004.50 2.003.00 1.002.00 2.504.10 3.254.85 Jan. 28. cad! Head' All Calicos, per yd 2.504 35.00-45.- 00 65 ... 15.00-35.- 00 Choice 165 to 200 ' letter. W. T. IIODGEN. Box 232 Campbellsville. Ky 's under death sentence SHEEP AND LAMBS der; Wade Patterson, charged Best lambs with attacking two white women, Culls and Jim West, charged with at- Fatsheep grain7 tempting liberties with a white girl. The body of West has not Wheat Corn Will Johnson bought one horse been found. Before taking the from S. G. Denny. Price pri- jail the mob turned off the elecLocal Market. vate. tric lights and cut the telephone Owensby. Mediums, 130 to 165 who was Pigs for mur- Roughs 7.85 7.85 '7.65 7.25 5-- 5Jc 2ic An "ad" appears for Phelps Bros; Hotel, Jamestown, in this issue. Absher. The health of this community 'I he attention of our readers is very good at this writing. Mr. 0. P. Dillingham, Neats-bur- g Taylor Pruitt called to the 'ad"-oMr. Charlie Edwards and Miss was visiting at W. P. DilO. lingham's Saturday and Sunday. Lillie Clemmons were married at For Sale A good milk cow and young of the bride's, father, ' J. V. Dudley, "Mr. James Gresham, of Cro- the home 0if, Glensfork, Ky. Mr. Mack Clemmons, on Decus visited at Mr. John Rules', cember 24rd, 1910.. Miss Clem Rer. J. R. Crawford will preach at from Friday unttl Sunday. mons is a beautiful and popular MtCarmel the fifth Sunday ia thi ' Mont Gabbert spent Wed- - jromiff lady, possessing the char- Eld. rifetk, vorniBg ud rnin?. f is & All Apron Ginghams worth 8c per yd 4ie 35c Unbleached Domestic 4c Bleached Muslin worth 10c 1.10 per yd 5c 50 Mens Suits worth $10 $2.89 Mens Overcoats worth $1C 2.98 Mens Suits worth $15. ... 5.95 The following is the Local Market Ladies Shoes worth $3 98 wires. given by S. H. Grinstead & Co., today: Mens Shoes worth $3 , 9S 20 Eggs Clarence Thomas. 98 10 Boys Suits worth $3 Hens 10 Thousands of other Values we Chickens.. 3 Cocks - A telagram received by Dr. J. not mention at 33c on the 8 to 12 can Turkeys W.' Thomas Saturday evening Geese 7 dollar. jconveyed the sad news of the Ducks 8 '"death of his youngest brother, 20 Taylor, Prewitt & Wool (clear grease) . . .iV: 28 to 30 Wool (washed) Mr. Clarence Thomas, in an Campbellsville, Ky. Hides (green) .". . to 7 at Colorado Springs of Feathers 35to40 Stage fare paid botii consumption early that morning. J Ginseng 400 R. R. and 25. ways t purchasers of $20 or oyer J.'. The deceased is twenty-fiBewax..': , 22-- 3c; him in-firm- ery v' V THE ArAIK COUNTY NFWS i 1 : Attention! We Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill ICDST PLAGUES. Onslaught of the Ravenous Tribe During an Invasion. GLUTTONS BY LUCKY SWISS HOUSEWIFE. Kentucky News I Stock ready for use. A large assortment of Windows, Doors, Roofing, Colonial Columns. In fact we can furnish THE MILLIONS. 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. Sandusky & Co. 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I w The Devastating Armies Fly In Clouds Dense Enough to Obscure the Light of the Sun The Hoppers That Come After the Crops Are Devoured. There are several species or varieties of the migratory locust, which are mostly to be found in dry, semitropical countries, such as the south of Europe. Egypt, Syria and Morocco, for their native home seems to be in the countries bordering on the Mediterranean, though migratory locusts are to be found in regions as remote as South Africa and South America, where they form a veritable scourge to the agriculturists. In Argentina, especially the northern half of the country, they are very destructive, for they will annihilate the farmer's entire crop in a few hours. A locust invasion, writes John D. Leckie in Chambers' Journal, is an event not easily forgotten. The first sign of the approaching incursion is usually a long, dark cloud low on the horizon. But the dark cloud is no forerunner of rain. Instead of the precious liquid, which the farmer has probably long expected in vain, it portends the approach of his greatest enemy, the omnivorous locust. As the dark cloud comes nearer it is seen to be composed of countless millions of locusts on whirring wings. Soon the cloud appears overhead and is sufficiently thick to obscure the sun. which is only seen opaquely, as through a mist, although the sky is cloudless aud the air clear. Now we are in the midst of a dense swarm of flying, whirring locusts, which dash into our faces, enter our houses and fill our rooms with their presence. The air is simply alive with them. AH open weils must be instantly covered or they will be polluted. Fowls and turkeys welcome the advancing hordes. They simply fatten on the locusts as they run around and gobble them up. But this is no blessing to the farmer far from it, for the .flesh of poultry becomes so tainted by this form of diet as to be quite uneatable, and even their eggs have an unpleasant taste. So well is this fact known that as soon as the locusts make their appearance in the locality the price of eggs drops to one-haor of their former figure, and even then there are few buyers. All the animals about the farmyard seem to be affected adversely, for even the horses have a strong aversion to eat grass which has been polluted by the presence of locusts, and unless very hungry they will not touch lf She Lets the Rain Do All the Fam'.'.y Washing For Her. Swiss methods of laundering are original, practical aud labor saving. The women there have learned well how to make the best use of their opportunities with the least exertion. How they use the tourists every one who has traveled in the country of the Alps knows. They also know how to make nature do their housework. In most of the towns everything that is washed or cleaned is washed or cleaned In one of the big watering troughs that stand at regular intervals along the main thoroughfares. Into It goes everything from potatoes to human beings, and the only sanitary regulation existent is that It must be cleaned out with a large broom made of bush or twigs after the potatoes have had their bath. Rut when it rains then everything else gives way to the family wash, uo matter if it is Thursday or Sunday or Saturday or Wednesday, for in Switzerland they seek the rainy days for wash days, instead of deploring a cloud Monday. The steady downpour provides running water in the village washtub. Into the sweeping current the family linen goes, and there it is whirled and twirled about until every speck of dirt is thoroughly rinsed away. The scrubbing board is not put into commission at all. Occasionally the good housewife, protected under the family umbrella held over her head by one of her youngsters, who js allowed to enjoy the drips from that same umbrella, takes a look at her wash and encourages it with a gentle poke with her husband's best cane. But the rest of the day she enjoys to the full in her snug chalet, while the elements do her work. In fact with her conscience at rest that her day's tasks will be done, she can spend her time gossiping with her neighbor, whose conscience is also at peace. On the next day the wash goes through a process of bluing and starchingall in that same basin and fin ally, when the sun shines, it is laid out on the wonderful green grass of the Swiss matten and is there bleached to a snowy whiteness. If the glaciers and the landslides were to accommodate her by rolling down over her wash and ironing it out without soiling the Swiss housewife would not be at all surprised. In fact, it is not to be doubted that she now regards as an oversighf the failure of Dame Nature to provide an ironing board. New York Post. Prof. M. A. Cassidy, of Lexington was elected president o f the Southern Educational Association at Chattanooga. Claud Griggs was held to answer for the killing of Will Jones at a dance in Scott county. The country home of S. A. Russell near Lehannn was troyed by fire with most of the contents. Tom Clark, age twelve years, fell down a flight of stairs a t Franklin and .'received injuries that may prove fatal. A special venire has been ordered to secure a jury to try the McElwin murder case at Franke- L Train tfo.27 Mo. 23 Mo. 79 Mo 21 & N. Time Card Vo.93 Chain 0.24 0.78 o.23 To.22 I In effect Monday. Dec. 31. 1908. SOUTH BOUND Ak. Lebanom Lv. Louisville 9:42am 7:00am 10:04 am 8:15 am 7:40 pm 5:05 pm 10:00 pra 8:00 pm 6:30pm jia NORTH BOUND Lv. Lebanon Ar. Louisvillb 7:50am 5:48am 10:15am 7:32am pm 4:20 pm 8:15 pm G.2Spm 0 5 Jo. 92 18:15am 92 Nos. and 93 are Sunday trains only. W1LM0RS HOT! ;h' w. m. umiaoi:E, Prop s p. Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rates First-Clas- lin. Jeff Heybern. a pioneer resident of Elizabethtown, was strlr-e- n with paralysis. Noah Sowards, Tage sixty year accidentally shot himself in th e thigh whilejhunting in Letcher county. William. H. Rieke age seventy two years, one of Paducah's wealthiestjcitizens, died of pneumonia. S. A. IHoutchens, aged fifty-four GRftDYVILLe. KY S. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnetin i Eyes years a prominent horseman died of paralysis at Bloomfield. William Duncan age eighteen years died fat Lawrence burg after a' short illness. Milton Oliver, a self-confess- ed 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 HUGHES' KISIII.UE. 0NBURKSVILLE STREET. LOST HIS LINEN JOB. will sell hisproperty in Lyon! county andfmove from the State, j An attempt wasl'made recently j night rider,lwho is a witness in the Hopkinsville raid cases, i Res. 'Phone 29. Dr. Office 'Phone 40-- ! James Triplet Dentist. to assassinatelhim. Two morewere caught in the "bootleggin" dragnet at Corbin. The thirteen-year-ol- d son of! i Alex Bentley,oLetcher county ' ; I one-thir- d Pres. J. H. COCKE, V. Pres. R. H. D1ETZMAN, Sec W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 jvimLiWiGHTS 1301 N. mflcHHSiiSTS DEALERS IN ENGINES. EOILERS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TmRTeeNTfi-MftlLOUISVILLe SMOKESTACKS, r Sheet Iron and Tank Work II job fcliL - JOBBQWORK SOLtCITRD 5g All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- r ft W GET OUR PRICES ON BEFORE YOU BUY Tl! G aivanize Roofing Iron See our 24 GaugeGalvanized Combined Cleats and Cap Roofing: put on like tin roof, without any nails exposed, and is better than any tin roof, without anyjiails exposed, and is better than any tin roof. It will last a life time'without painting. C We carry in stock V. Crimp and Corrugated Roofing,Gravel,lRubber and all kinds of Paper Roofing. o "Dehler Bros, 116 EastSMarket beiween . lii o i Pi ...,.. . first and Brook aor KY. .. oi ioeU M The advance of the locusts takes place as follows: First a few pioneers. the advance guard of the vast army, then the main body of the army, a host which is as invincible as it is destructive. All true locusts are migatory by nature, for the simple reason that, being gregarious in their habits, it would be impossible for them to exist without continual migration. The ground on which tliey settle is completely cleared in a few hours, and they must perforce seek other fields and pastures new, where they can repeat their depredations. For the same reason the destruction which they effect is purely local. One district may be completely devastated, while another a few miles away is altogether spared from their presence. "When the locusts have eaten their fill the females commence to deposit their eggs, which they do by making an opening In the ground, in which the eggs are laid. The infant locusts soon make their appearance, scarcely so large as a pea, hopping about in countless swarms. In this stage of their existence they have no wings,, but progress by hopping. While in this state that is, before their wings are developed they must be ruthlessly destroyed. Long trenches are dug. into which the "hoppers" are driven by rows of men. women . and boys armed with branches of trees, with which they beat'the ground, driving the insects in the direction of the trenches. On the opposite sides of the trenches sheets of gahanized iron are placed upright so as to form an effectual barrier. On arriving at the trenches tlie "hoppers" fall intothem and cannot easily make their way out, especially, as their progress is barred hi' the wall of galvanized iron in front of them, the smooth surface of which affords them no foothold. The trenches are soon filled with millions of young "hoppers," the weight of those above crushing to death the under strata of their fellows. Earth is then shoveled on the top of the seething mass of insects, and they are thus smothered and killed. This "is the most effective method of exterminating the locusts, but in order to Insure the success of the operation it is necessary that the attempt should be properly organized and that all the neighbors should act in concert. Providence Journal. The Right Spirit. . "Did Mrs. Brown take her husband's failure in the right spirit?" "Oh. yes! Just as soon as she knew he was going to fail she went out and bought an entire new outfit" Cleveland Plain Dealer. calen-3ars. it The Salesman Who Made a Caricature of A. T. Stewart. A. T. Stewart was shown one day by one of his confidential employees an amusing caricature of himself done in pencil. "Good, good!" he laughed. "That's excellent. Who did it?" "A young salesman at the linen counter. He scratched it off as you passed the other morning. 1 managed to get it from him. and now he's scared stiff for fear you'll see it," was the laughing reply. "Scared stiff, is he?" said Mr. Stewart, with a twinkle in his eye. "Just sent him to me, will you?" A little later a slim youth entered Mr. Stewart's private office and said he understood he had been sent for. "Yes," said Mr. Stewart gravely and, holding up the sketch asked, "Did you do this?" The lad grew pale and stammered: "I beg your pardon, sir; it was only a bit of fun. I meant no offense." "That's all very well, but you'll have to give up your job here." The youth humbly protested, when Mr. Stewart burst out laughing and said: "Don't say any more, my boy. I'm only joking. Your sketch is excellent, and as it would be a sin to keep a man of your artistic talent behind a linen counter I propose to supply you with the means to study art." Mr. Stewart's proposition was gratefully accepted, and it was thus that John R. Rogers, the sculptor, began his artistic career. New York Press. His Little Joke. A well known German who is some- JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK1 I accidentally shot and proba- bly fatally wounded his little brother, High winds did considerable damage in the mountain section. The drug store and residence of Roy Eond at Paducah were ' destroyed by fire.; lLLoss $5,000, with 3,500 insurance. W. H. Barrett resigned as agent of the I. C. railroad at I i j ( j 5)i . S, g)unbar BUILDING. RING 3. Bentist OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES' 'PHONE NO. 40, COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY Joseph l j H. Stone, w Owfmshnm tn position with Route. i nnppnf- the " - n " similnr Attoney-At-La- Henderson Will pradice in this and adjoining counties. The steamboat Dick Fowler plying in the Cairo and Paducah .trade has beenS'condemned by . j Jamstown, : Kentucky, DR. M. E. JONES ; inspectors. Veterinary Surgeonjand Dentist, It has beenJCdefinately settled Columbia, KentucRy. that the equestrain statue of Gen. John M. Morgan to be erected by the U. D.IiC. shall stand in the courthouse yard at Lexinj.- ton. Old thing of a wag walked Into one of the public offices in Cincinnati the other day, and from the noise it was plain that he was wearing a pair of new shoes or ones that had recently been repaired. One of the clerks remarked about the shoes, and the German said: "I comes pretty near selling dese shoes the other day." "How is that?" asked the clerk. "I had 'em half soled." said the German as he walked out of the office. A deep groan was heard as he slipped through the door. Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. Not His Fault. Soldier Tortured Special attention slven toIDenti r. Dis"For years I suffered unspeakable toreases of tho Eye. Poll ..Evil. ..Fiatula. ad all ture from indigestion, constipation and other Diseases which visits Dumb I.: .tes. liver trouble," wrote A. K. Smith, a lias larse bam near 31. Antlt's .iop on war veteran at Erie, Pa., "but Dr Bomar Heights. Office in barn. King's New Life Pills fixed me all right. They're simply great." Try them for any stomach, liver or kidney trouble. Only 25c at Pauil DrugCo. The Vicar's Wife I'm sorry to see you coming away from the public house so often, Prlggs. Blacksmith Yes'm. They won't let me stay there two minutes. As soon as I get set down comfortable-lik- e somebody's sure to want a job done, and out I has to come again. London Punch. . Tho Congenial Pair. j j ! Mr. Loeb has been blackballed Under the circumstances there by the Union Club andMr. Rose-ve- lt seems little for him to do except to continue to be the most usesays that he does not intend ful man who has ever filled' his Life is not dated merely by years. support Mr. Taft j present office. Events are sometimes the best to let him Lord Beaconsfield. Purchaser Please give me the two COurier-Journ- al seats that have a post between 'em; ty 40 per cent of the rodns were and maintained i n Box Office Sorry, sir, but the married improved couple pairs are all sold. Cleveland first-clas-s condition while in 2 5 The trend of population from county to citv is most apparently in those section of county which are inslated b y reason o f bad roads. An example illustrated this point has been cited by the United States Office of Public Roads in which it is set forth that in 25 counies showirg an increase in population from 1890 to 1900 average 30,000 to the coun- Adair County i News And One counties in the same State showing a loss in population in the A Maxim. $ To be candid, speak of the present same period of 3, 000 to as though they were absent To be county only a little over 1 p e'r charitable, speak of the absent m Leader. Year For the though' they were present cent of the roads were improved. aduquate-l- y $1.50. . , I.. . - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS old home near Denmark, and laid Pellyton. Woman's Friend Nearlv all women suffer at. times frnrn fWnnlo ailments. Some women suffer more amitelv and more constantly than others. But whether you have LXLtie pain or wneiner you suner intensely, you should take Wine of Cardui and get relief. Cardui is a safe, natural medicine, for women, prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable in gredients, it acts easily on the temale organs and gives strength and tone to the whole system. the family graveyard. Mrs. Tisha Carter, widow of the late F. S. Carter, will visit relatives and friends in Adair county this winter, after which she will return to her old home. There are quite a number of old ladies in this vicinity, among whom are Mrs. Betsy Jane Perkins, Mrs. Jane Mann, Mrs. Lou to rest in. Christmas is over and every body in this neighborhood seemed to have a good time. Mr. Wesley Lemon and Miss Ollie Roberts a very popular young couple of this place were married December 24th. Mrs. Ollie Lemon, of Stafford, The Woman's Toeic J 38 Sirs. Verna 'Wallace, of Sanger, Tex., tried Cardui. She write3 : "Cardui has done more for me than I can describe. Last spring T was taken with female inflammation and consulted a doctor, but to no avail, so I took Cardui, and inside of three days, I was able to do my housework. Since then my trouble has never returned." Try it. AT ALL DEUG STORES and family visited Mrs. Stephenson's has come and gone, and father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. left behind it many pleasant J. H. Barger, from Friday till memories of the sweet association Sunday. with friends and loved ones. Mrs. Mary Payne, widow of The New Year is coming in all Wm. Payne, recently died at robed in spotless white, which is Liberty, Casey county. Her rean emblem of purity. mains were brougnt back to her Esto. Mr. M. 0. Stephenson X-m- as yswt?)c WEEKLY GOURIER -- JOURNAL HENRY. WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fearorfavor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but yon can get the WEEKLY - I . COURIER-JOURN- AL AfC THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEfl For Daily 50 Yr Yr Kans., who has been visiting Selby, Mrs. Manerva Phelps, relatives at this place for several Mrs. Sarah Clayton, Mrs. Nancy weeks, left for her home this McFarland, all of whom are in week. Oscar Sinclair and Roscoe Hudtheir eighties, except Mrs. Phelps, who is in her ninetieth son left for Athens, Ga., last year. They are all widows, and Thursday. in reasonably good health considD, O. Pelley is visiting his sisering their age. ter, Mr3. Susie Hill, LaFollette, It's a boy at Rice Phelps this Tenn., this week. time. Mother and baby doing Mrs. Brina SaDp, wife of Wil well. Rice is all smiles. lie Sapp, i s very sick a t her father's, Mr. James Sapp, near Ella. this place. Estill Sanders, who has been The health of this community visiting his parents at this place is not very good at present. L. W. T. S. last We are having plenty of snow returned to the week. and rain. Scott Campbell, who has been Mr. J. T. Abrell, from Russell, spent last Saturday night with very sick, is better at this writ- ing. his uncle, J. B. Abrell. Mr. Has Abell, of Casey Creek, Mr. Lonzo Barrett and Miss Pearl Williams were happily mar- was visiting W. S. Sinclair last ried in Russell last Sunday at Mr. Saturday. Gatha Shepherds. There was a Dr. Fortise Gabert, of removed to this place large crowd present. The young girls of this community are sorry last week. Dr. Gabbert comes to to give Miss Pearl up. We all this place well recommended. Mr. T. O. Morton is teaching wish her a long and happy life. Miss Lizzie Abrell was visiting a very successful winter school Miss Emma Hardwick last Fri- at this place. day night. Portland. Mr. F. J. Hardwick and family, and Mrs. Lizzie Rice and Having seen no letter from this children, were visiting at J. B. place for a long time, will try Abrell's Tuesday. and write a few lines The little child of Mr. S. L. The health of this community Williams is very sick at this! reasonably good. writing. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Blakeman Miss Bettie Bryant visited Liz- gave the young folks a party last zie Abrell last Tuesday night. Thursday night, and all that Mr. Oscar Hardwick visited at were present reported a nice J B. Abrell's lastTuesday night. ' rim- -"""'Wood getting is the order of Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Johnson, the day m this community of Lexington, are visiting rela Mr, Elain Hardwick visited at tive at this place. J. B. Abrell's last Monday night, Ml, and Mrs. Porter Squires Clem-entsville, J and oats thatJ.haveSlbeen grown there in manyryears. Mr. Wesley Willis, wife and children, MissesLena and Dooley.J Mr. Welby Shepherd and Mr. 2 Sam Burton took dinner with'Mr. and Mrs. Jno. W. Cofer last Sunday.' Mrs. Sallie Curry visited her father, Mr. William ferryman Ma-linda Knifley. X-m- as The health of this section good at t lis time. passe 1 more quietly istf-fairl- y this time than ever before. No. drinking or shooting to any amount. The weather has 'been bad for several days, with considerable Waters h,h for seV-- sthe and Mrs. ScruchBurton ment, was in our town last Howard Leach, of Disappoint-M- r. Mon-visit- ed theirdaughter, Mrs. Hec- - day. ter Corbin, j last Saturday night Virgil Knifley and family Sunday. j visit-an- d ed m Egypt section from Tues- Mr. Charlie Richards and wife day untiI Sundav- Mr Sam R' e of Bonham, visited Mr. Jim Willis and fami- -' ' Texas, a son of the late John R. ly during the holidays. .p ' spenfc holWay8 Mr. Billy Curry, who has been living o n Mr. Hecter Corbin's farm, removed last week to Ella, Ky. Mr. Jim Corbin will move the houseSvacate by Mr. Cur- -' his mother and other relatives, in this section. The weather was so bad that onlv a few of our PePle attend-t- o ed county court the first Monday- P. S. Dudgeon was in this section a few days ago, and The health of this community bought W. E. Bryant's and R. ... is very guuu at mis writing. A. Corbin's tobacco, at 4 and 7 Tom Willis, who has been vis - jcents and pasged fche othercrops iting relatives in this community by. for several days, returned home Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Absher one day last week accompanied visited the latters parents, Mr. by his sister, Miss Ruth. and Mrs. A. C. Wheeler, last Mr. Albert Morrison was out Saturday and Sunday. buying chickens and eggs one Mr. arid Mrs. C. M. Bault vis-- 1 day last week. ited Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Russell, Mr. Cortez Sanders was in Co- last Sunday. lumbia last Monday. Mrs. G. R. Feese and daughter Mr. Burrell Willis visited Mr. Lettie, visited the family of Mr. John Cofer last Monday. A. C. Wheeler, last Wednesday Mr. John Ed Burton was in night and Thursday. Columbia one day last week. Mr. J. B. Watson and wife re Mr. Sam Burton killed ten turned home last Saturday from partridges at one shot. an extended viit to relatives and friends, of the Mt. Carmel neighf ,,.,,. i j ! i j Owensby. ; borhood. Mr. Omer Goode, j The health of the community, generally speaking is very good. of salesman for the Camp-bellsvill- e, Bel- - ; J j j if you will give or send your order to this , paper not to the Courier-Journa- 1 uverscreet irom uoiumoia. has moved near Ella. We are glad to have him with us. Mr. Bill Currie from the Egypt ivir. neighborhood, Mr, James has removed to Smiley 's residence near Ella. CourieHonl, Courier-Journa- $6.00 Suiuiay l, $2.00 WeJJcan give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write )3 this- paper. - 3(?) Warehouse INDEPENDENT A. BRIDGES & Co. PROPRIETORS Pickett Tobacco C. The horsemen in Missouri certainly are detrmined to keep up their end of the fight for supremacy in saddle horse breeding. Never was their a firmer hold made on good brood mares and high class stallions. Many of the good j'type of mares over there have been registered under the relaxed rules made at the last annual meetingof the Association. Texas and Oklahoma have both been drawing en Missouri for saddle bred stock but the supply has not been materially delpeted. If you keep four cows the sep- Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky. four Months Storage Free ch as. a. bridges W. G. BRIDGES arator is a good substitute for the fifth. In fact I wouid rather ha e four cow and a separator than six cows and no separator says one who has used a sepapa-to- r and appreciates its value. More than at any other season the milk cow now needs a plentiful supply of feed. She is preparing to go into the winter season and should do so in her best physical condition. It is much easier and more profitable to keep an animal in good condition than it it is to put her in such preaches iv tv, phiiHrpn ' who wprp mxA the 3rd Sunday in January, at , ., ... .,, , ,. ho . p ,v nr Vm, f t Minn wiiu juy over t, to meauveui, vuv Pinm of Old Santa Mr. Bunnie Rice 'and Howard ssell made a business trip to Mrs. Joe Clayton is in very Campbellsville, last Saturday. poor health at this writing. QwQns andfami,y! Messrs. Owen and Walter Ar-were visiting their daughter, and Miss Parfchena Long, visited nold visited their brother, J. W. Mrs. Clem Squires, last Mon - at t m. Sims Sundav. Arnold, who lives near Cane day. Mr. C. M. Gaines and danght- - VaIIey' ,ast Sunlay. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wilcoxson er, Miss Callie, visited at James- Misses Lettie Feese and Burch were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bram-l- town, one day last week. Burton, Messrs. Asa Corbin and Squires last Sunday. Mrs, Mary Payne, wife of Wm Joe Fee3e' visited the tetter's Judge Blakeman, of Spring- Payne, deceased, who resided sister' Mrs- - c- - c- - Christie, near field, 111., is visiting his relatives with her daughter, Mrs. Um - !Camp Knox' Green county, a at this place. Everybody was phrey, of Liberty, died the 25th, 'few days of last week, glad to see him. Mrs- - Ge0- - Hancock and family, ult. The deceased was a mem Mr. Simon Blakeman and fam- - ber of the Baptist church, and Mrs. J. J. Humphrey and family, ily' were visiting M r. Whit had been for many years. She visited the latter's mother, Mrs. Coomer and family last Satur - was a woman possessing true Henrietta Hancock, last Satur day and Sunday. love, a noble character, and was dav- Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Russell Ulisses Rodgers was visiting his a kind wife and loving mother. ' grandfather at Exie last Satur - The remains were conveyed to have removed from this place to her old home near Denmark, for Green River, near the latter's day. father, Mr. J. R Wade. Mr. W. M. Rodgers and his burial.' On the 23rd of December, Mr. Mr. E. L. Reese and family son were in Columbia last Monvisited Mrs. Rowe Antle, of Den- - Will Gooden was married to Miss day. Miss Lee Keltner, of Pyrus, is mark, Saturday night and Sun - Tommie Watson, Eld. M. R. Gabbert officiating. visiting her sister, Mrs. Effie day. Mr. Wyatt Garner and family On Wednesday Bee. 28, 1910, Blakemap, this week. Miss Nellie Keltner was visit - ' ne relatives and friends of Mr. are on the sick list. Mr. J. D. Eubank's children ing Miss Pearl Blankenship last and Mrs. Sam Reese, gathered in to celebrate in honor of their have the whooping cough, week. eldest son, Larson, who resides The sociaIs given by Mn A This is the wrong time of the in Kansas. A magnificent din- - WheeIer and Mrs. Henrietta year for snakes, but Miss Lee ner was spread. The table waS(Hancockj were largely attended, Keltner killed a Copper Head loaded to its utmost with delica- - and all report an enjoyable time. snake last Sunday. ! Christmas has passed and gonGj we are still alive and hope to live a little longer. Everybody seem- ed to enjoy themselves and ap- peared perfectly happy, especial- - J knap Co., was to see our mer-i- s c h a n s last Saturday. Mr. Goode selIs each of tnera a bill of ff0ods each visit Rev- - w- - S. Dudgeon ,!. j I j ' fc ! . et I j I ' j j , ! , ' ' a j Give us a trial. We Guarantee to Please you Table supplied With the Best the MarketAffords Meals, 35c Mr. and Mrs. Cassius Squires nQr, tQq oi'finnr yfllofiNrc yvCit county last week. vuue iu"u'ra Purdy. i-- " I UiCCU M1LLEN HOUSE. Proprs Located on Railroad St., one square east of L. & N. Station M. D. MILLEN & CO., Mr. Major Willis is in en a Lebanon, - Kentucky. visit from Taxas where he has . been for the past He reports the finest crops of cotton two-years- cies, tnat go p matte up a noun- Miss Nanm-- RusgeU Jef last .u tif ul repast. It was a day of en - ' A T r. m . 0 "AUUUajf, 1UI IUC U. O. . joyment ana pleasure, one that Miss Lizzie Hancock spent last will long exist in the minds of Friday with Mrs. A. C. Wheeler. those present. Misses Bessie Gose, Gertrude Born to the wife of Mr, R. T. Gabbert and Ermine Chelf left Phelps, a fine republican. last Wednesday, for the L. W. Mr. M. O. Stevenson and TS family of Garlin,. visited at Mr: J". R. Beard visited Mr. Joe recently. J. H. Barg-er'Hancock last Wednesday. j e fc . ... VY s THE ADAIE COUNTY NEWS c Gradyville. ys glad to have these good people in our midst. .. Dirigo. mm zMA -- Ttji &m '..Quitea number of our citizens All old cases of measles in our ;j attended court in Columbia last town and vicinity have recovered. Only one new case in this Monday. Judge Carter stopped over for town or community any where night at the Wilmore House last that we know of and that is Sunday while enroute for Colum- Mrs, G. E. Nell, and she is get- r ting along nicly and we trust it bia. will be only a few days until she Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walker will be out again. spent last Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Florence Sherrill will enwith the family of Mr. J.D. Walter school at Columbia in a few ker. -- Squire W. B. Yates,Fairplay, &S was here a dayjorjso?of last t 'tis m wm week. Z. T. Bennett was 8WmL SKHPiiS fffl- A23tV7f: zSsCEsjffaa'r R$W51.65a miM mmmmm 3Cssi h!WViJliiil.l M iih ifesM MWEMlmmWMi'MMk Ps1 JLJ- -J ?m 3&1 KB - .atthe bed-sid- 'e of his father, Elisha Ben nett of the Fairplay community, a day or so last week. Quite a number from from this place were at Columbia the first Monday. G. W. Stotts did business iji m 'W. i2S Ha Mr, and 0. Mr. John Holladay, the old rea few days in Columbia last liable school teacher, succeeded week. in making his school up at this We are glad to note that Rev. place, and will open next MonPangburn has gain strentgh day. The school room is no new enough to preach and he deliverplace for Mr. Holladay, as he has ed a very interesting sermon in taught here before, and all of our city last Sunday at the the patrons know him as a teachMethodist church. er, and that is proof enough that Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Yates of he gives satisfaction in the school Portland, and Mr. and Mrs. Burroom. ton Yates, of Joppa, spent a day Remember that G r a d y v i 1 le or so last week visiting the family of Mr. George H. Nell, of merchants are all selling on the cash basis this year, and if you this ploce. , want cheap goods bring the cash J. A. Diddle was in Louisville along, and you wont be disapthe first of the week, pointed, and please don't ask Mr. Earnest Yates of for credit, but just pay up your Texas, who has been last year account, and pay cash visiting here for the past month or produce for what you buy, or so, started for his home last and you will please our merThursday. He was accompanied chants without fail. to Cave City by Guy Nell. GlensforK. Messrs. Will Lyon, John Camp bell, P. V. Grissom, S. C. Neat Mr. C. A. Walker, who reSullivan, all grocerymen ceived a broken hip in a fall and made our town last week. from his house roof last October, Mrs. C. Mc-Greagor, Moss spent days. at i ' Gradyville one daylast week. Landy Stotts has moved to the ' house recently occupied by Claude Stotts and Claude and Joe- Stotts have moved to the house' vacated by Landy Stotts. Mrs. Mose Wootenfyisited relatives at Bliss a day or so last week. Messrs". J. H. Young fand A. Damron, Columbia, did business here last Wendesday. - HIS 811 motm 'i&z.i j i mtm h& A V 113 iss 7m 121 m wm 311 MJ fl &m Mzzn fgiidfi Mrs. Watthew Wooten is at the bedside of her sister Mrs. Reece, of the Breeding community this week. Squire William Harvey had a stroke of paralysis last Sunday, and is still in a very critical con dition. Miss Mary Cooley Wooten, Sparksville, is visiting relatives at this place this week. um 111 ESS Anxious Candidates are Working- Hard,, to Win the Prize. - ls .i1a? Just Think What a Nice Prize will be Given Away. 81 Si SSI Frank Morrison of Illinois was here one day last week. The rites of matrimony was solemized between Mr. Grider and Miss Wilson one day last week in the community of Weed. Rev Payne, the preacher in charge of the M. E. Church was passed to the degree of a fellow craft Mason in Gradyville, Lodge No. 251 of F. and A. M. on last Saturday afternoon. Austin Wilmore was in Colum- bia Sunday night Prof. E. A. Strange has, openBorn, to the wife of Bruce ed a school at this place with Montgomery.on the 8th a daugh- very good attendance. ter, Elizabeth Walker MontJ. V. Dudley is out on his regomery. Mother and child get- gular annual round teaching vocal ting along nicely. music. Mr. S. F. Pendleton one of our The quarterly meeting confarmers and stock man vened at this place on Dec. 31st is on the market for a car load and January 1st, but with very of stock hogs, preparatory for small attendance. the spring market Mr. PendleThe social occasions during ton brought a nice bunch from Xmas week were held at the G. H. Nell at the market price residences of Messrs. H. P. Bar-ge- r, last week. H. K. Walkup, W. R. TayThe few days of warm weath- lor, David Willan and Mrs. Rose er last week got a move on our Strange respectively. All were up-to-da- A section of the telephone line from here to Bakerton and Wm is able to be down town by the Burksville has been cut out and :rjjm assistance of his crutches. thus communication in that way w&a Mersrs. Chesley Buiris and has been severed. warn Charlie Dill, of Smith ville, Ind., There is a move on foot to ssjim visited the family of Mrs. Mary i ifk build a union church at this Dudley during Xmas week place. It is to be controlled by ?jKS jng The new telephone between a trustee from each of the fol- this place and Jamestown is now lowing denominations, Christ- mn complete and a never ceasing ian, Baptist, Methodist and ms stream of conversation is flowing Presbyterian. up and down the line. ! Vester. itj We are well pleased to see the amount of energy that is being put forward in the Contest for the Standard 1910 Kraus 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 HI tfrx. ym GE isj 7jT w The health of this community is very good at present. Sam Curry's little son is very sick at this writing. fami- vm mm 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. SB L-- &J 7' A Mr. Thomas Burton and 23r j ifJ MMi j'y imzim mm ly left this place a few days ago K&r ." ri ra. ." mm 111 mWw- :Kmvw&o& ftsi ?&s 3ES3 for Indiana. Mr. Burton said he would make it his future home. Joppa weeks is. improving at this were visiting Mr. Johnnie Good-iWe have a new produce man near Purdy last Sunday. on the road this week. It is Mr. ine soclal at Mr. Dave Willens Farmers are taking advantage Joe Green Burton. Cane Valley. of this week in preparing the Friday night was largely attend Miss Lena Dooley was visiting ed and all reported an enjoyable The warm days of last week soil for another crop. Miss Oma Whited at Ella last brought out the turnip greens From the i00ks of the wheat time. Monday. they began to turn well attended and highly farmers and Mr. Melvin Conover, had a and several families about the fiejds "biscuit," is going to be Dooley was visiting Valley served their first mess for Mrs. S. J. the soil, burning plant beds prescarce. this year. I think the valuable mule to die one day last her sister, Mrs. Smiley last Sun- this year. paratory for another large crop wheat crop is going to be a corn- - week from an unknown cause. Cyclone. day. and corn. The low of tobacco The singing at Zion Sunday There is an abundance of corn plete failure in this locality. price of the weed does not cut Mrs. Malinda Burton was vis in this locality and it is selling Farmers have begin plowing Misses Nonie Conover and nint conducted by Prof. P. 0. any figure with our farmers, in this neighborhood. Mrs. Julia at $2.50 per barrel. Hogs are JMary iting sister, Lizzie Bennett, spent Cabell was a success. Prof. Ca- say their ambition is foi they Knight, near McGaha last Sun scarce ana tne lew mac nave, Mr. Jesse Sublett or near ThiiMdav nif?ht with Miss Sallie ,oen win sing again the tourth another large crop regardless of Green river, has removed to the day. Sunday night. Every one is input on the market brought Conover. been the low prices. Sharp property. Mrs. Octanie Cole was in our fancy prices. Upton visited Miss vited to come and hear him. i Mr. John Reece one of BreedMrs. Tennie Smith opened a town last Tuesday. The surprise soc.;al at the home There are a great many dwell- Mattye Young Monday night. progressive farmers and busi- subscription school here last ing Whooping cough is still raging ings in Cane Valley that need to of Miss Effie and Mr. Johnie Miss Mary Willis and brother, Monday. , in our midst one vicinity. in this ness men was be repainted, and doubtless when Mack, visited Miss Sallie Con- Conover Monday night was a Messrs. J. W. Cundiff and S day last week and reports every success. They enjoyed having Mr. V. B. Smith was visiting spring opens the brush will be over Monday night, M. Suddarth entered the L. W. thing moving along nicely in his the young people surprise them. relatives near Cane Valley last industriously used. T. S. last Monday. Mr. Mark Holladay who has tobacco selling for section, with week. The wheat in this locality does beensick &r several days, is bet- - A large crowd and a merry time. Mr. Rollin Todd and sister Miss a fairly good prices. He made Mr. Smith bought a farm not look as thrifty as the far- - tQr and we hope to 3ee him QUt You "invitors" had better keep Mira and Annie and Miss Mollie mention of several crops bringing your lamps trimmed and burning Beard, of Coburg, were visiting from Mr. Frank Coomer, of near mers would like, but it may and welJ goon ,. rT . , , from 7 to 8 cents per pound, Misses Anna and Lela Cundiff uoiumDia. ne win remote co it come all right it the ny does not for your time is coming sooner Miss Nancy Willis visited Miss or farand quite a number of his make its appearance. later. last Saturday night and Sunday. soon.- Effie Conover Monday night. mers are expecting to make Mr. Geo. Sublett, of Green Miss Addie Willis went to Mr. Bingham Moore of Indi Mrs. Jane Curry was visiting county, opened a very good Mr. Mont Kirtley has gone to Ozark crop of tobacco. another one day last week shopana , is visiting relatives here Mrs. Sallie Burton last Sunday school here last Monday. Pupils Taylor county this week on busi- ping. Mr. W. L. Winters, wife and this week. night and Monday. will continue to arrrive and in a ness. daughter, formerly of Summers-vill- e Mr. Olie Bault spent last Sat Bro. Howerton delivered a fine few weeks Cane Valley will be arrived in our town last urday night with Mr. Ernest Mrs, Gracie Burton was visit- full of girls and boys seeking an Mr. A. 0. Young visited at sermon at Zion Sunday. He is a ing Mrs. Etta Burton last Sun- education. Prof. Sublett taught Mr. J. P. Willis' Friday. week, and for the present are Cundiff. fine pastor and everyone should . Wilmore House. very successful school here last Mrs. Mattie Willen who- has come and hear him. Miss Ann Todd if visiting Mr. day. stopping at the a J. R. Cundiff and family this Mr. Winters was elected cashier Miss Qcie Burton was visiting winter. He is a strict discipli- been suffering with neuralgia for Mrs. Josie Young has been on pupils who attend several days is better.Gradyville State Bank, week. sister, Mrs. Rosie Curry, narian and her the sick list for several days. ofthe must dp. so with the understandMr. J- - R. Wilson sold 1 hog to last week. Mrs. F. G. Willis who has been which will be ready for business Mr. Champ Butler for $6; also 1 ing that the rules must be I have three five room cottages for confined to her room for several rent, Mr. Willie Goodin. and wife We are certainly to Bud Triplett same price. G. P. Smythe. by Feb. 1st. te m KS WMWMMi - "tzfffd PS'-ir-? msmi c S vjr-.7.-I Mmmrnmmgvm w s iS.' 1X 1 n i l j j her j j ; m Miss-HeleT- . j i ! - . --N.