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NUMBER 12 ) a Mexican horn and that he desired that it be presented in order A number of the gang, including Mr Bailey, KLL were notified to meet at Jeffries' Hardware Stor , and when they wee all seated, Mr. R, H. Price, who is u huntDiscrimination of City Council in er of note and a speaker of ability, in a n few words presented the Passim Ordiances for Imhorn, it was gracefully accepted, Mr. Bailey stating that it would be used in provements. all future engagements, and that he CAMPBELLSVILLE as aas--d llh .P AMI I.IIN s h it iv vvn b Qj tt-- as rs ae A Put 'Em Under Bondage. A Silver Coin Shower. 4 well-chose- MANAGED BY ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND RUSSELL & CO. ij . ). j r would cherish it so long as he lived unSIDE WALKS AND MORE LIGHTS NEEDED less deprived of it by another fire. The assembly then dispersed, a happy feeling pervading the entire audience. The people residing in other parts of MitchellCoffey. the town who have nice concrete sideup to the very doors "of their walks On Sunday, the 2.)th of this month, houses and plenty of light to uide their Miss Delle Mitchell, of ni'ar this place, footsteps on dark night?, have very little idea of what the people on the daughter of Mr. S. H. Mitchell, wilt he Campbellsville pike have to contend married to S. F. Coffey in Blair, Okla. with along this line, especially during The intended bride has been visiting the winter months The inhabitants of relatives in Oklahoma for several the East end and th?e residing along months and it was there she met the inthe Campbellsville pike are compelled tended groom which will result in their to wade the mud and slop most of the union Miss Mitchell is a mostexcel-youn- g lady and has many friends in her time during the winter and the dust detp during the sum- home town. The intended groom is a sometimes ank:e mer months to get to and from their brother of Mrs. S F. White and Mr. J houses. There are no sidewalks beyond N. Coffey, of this place. He was born the cemetery on the Campbellsville i and reared in Adair county, leaving here pike and when persons get to the end about twelve years ago. He is an inof that they can go down the hillside dustrious farmer and has been quite and take the mud the balance of the successful in the West. We take it way, when there is mud and dust when that the couple will reside in Blair, there is dust. On every other main Okla. They have the Dest wishes of road leading out of town there is con- their many Kentucky friend?. crete sidewalks on at least one side to A Splendid Opportunity. the city limits, and the number of lights will double those on the Campbellsville pike The question is why is The subscription price of thft Daily it that the city council is so partial to Courier-.- ! ournal, the greatest newspacertain sections of the town, when pass- per in the South, is 6 per year or S4 build- for eight months. ing ordiances requiring the We can send you the ing of sidewalks and the installing of Courier-Journa- l for eight months and more lights. We need two more lights the News for one year both for $2.50 beyond the Russe'.l creek bridge on the This is $1 50 less than you would have pike and we need sidewalks onat to pay for the Courier-Journa- l alone. least one side of the pike to the town If you only want the C J. for four limits just like the other roads have. months with the News for one year you The citizens in that part of the town can get them both for $1.75. This ofpay their taxes every year to help make fer is for a very limited time, and improvements and fix conveniences for should be accepted at once. If you are people in other sections of the city It already a subscriber to the News renew is not fair and just, and if the town at once. If you are not a subscriber Board will do the right thing it will see now is the time to subscribe and get that we have sidewalks and lights to the great Courier-Journwith it. the town limits on the Campbellsville pike just like all the other main streets Mrs. Cook Tells Truth. leading out of town have It is a poor jaw that does not effect every eitizen Dexter, Ky. In a signed statement, alike, and the property owners along Mrs. Cook tells the truth about how the pike should fare just as the Cardui brought back her health and other citizens of the town have. If strength. She says, "I could not get they will not build their sidewalks any relief, until I tried Caidui, the without being forced to, there are five woman's tonic 1 suffered more or mighty rulers of men in Columbia who less for 10 years, and was so weak and have compelled people to do things and nervous I could hardly do my house they can do it again if necessary. It is work. Now 1 am in better health a fact that I live just over the corporate than ever before, am regular as clock limits, but am here most of the time, work, do not suffer at all, and gain however. I have close relatives and strength every day." Thousands of friends who pay town taxes on property women have been helped back to health and besides this all the people living by Cardui. Try it. along the pike as well as those in the mill district, with possibly few excepArm Broken. tions will stand behind me in what I have said in this article, and again we people down there are just as worthy Rollin, an eight year old son of Mr. of some of the improvements made by and Mrs. .1. A. English, met with a the expenditure of public money as the very serious accident last Wednesday citizens of any other section of the afternoon, Mr. English has two teams town. It is true that one member of , of mules and Rollin had just fed them, the city council resides on the and was putting down bedding when pike and another resides nn a street one of them kicked him on the left arm, that intersects the pike, but it is safe breaking it above the elbow. He was to say that both of these gentlemen, also hurt about the face. Dr. Grissom will be heartily in favor of any ordi- was called and reduced the fracture, nance brought before the council upon and at this time the little fellow is sufthe question of sidewalks and lights for fering but little, and it is hoped that that part of the city, and it is to be he will soon be able to return to school. .hoped that before many months have passed the city council will see that we Public Shooting. get the improvements we ought to have along the pike and other places in that community in the way of sidewalks, There will be a public target shoot lights, &c. ing Wednesday and Saturday afternoons Fred McLean. in this week The shooting will take place in the Mulligan addition in the WUliS Bailey Horned. east end of town. Mr. E. O. White, who is a crack shot, has received a thousand clay pigeons and he invites Lovers of the foc chase are quite numerous in Adair county, and it is a those who desire to participate to be on common sight to see daily from three the grounds. It will not be admissible to five hunters together upon the public for any shooter to bring a loaded gun square, discussing the merits of their on the grounds. They must be loaded respective dogs in the last run. There after the men get on the firing line. is also a fraternal feeling existing in The sport promises to be very interestthe bossoms of all the hunters, and ing and everybody is invited. when misfortune comes to a member of the club, aid is at once given and words Easter Cards Free. of profoundest sorrow extended. As an evidence of this last statement, Mr. I want to send free to every reader Willis Bailey, who lives in the suburbs Columbia, and who is an old hunter, of the Adais County News, 10 beautiof lost his residence by fire sometime ago, ful, imported, embossed, colored Easter "nearly everything in the building being post cards, all dif erent, without any destroyed. Willis did not grieve over advertising on them whatever. I do this because 1 want people to the losing of his home and household fox horn, one know the high grade cards I carry at goods, but his favorite that he had used for many years, went manufacturers' prices. If you prefer up in the flames, This was a great loss beautiful Valentine cards say so when and hard to recover from, but Mr. E you write. All I ask is that you send O. White, who was in Mexico, and me 4 cents in one cent stamps to cover learning of his friend's misfortune, fell postage. Address, C T. Johnstone, pon a plan to bring joy to Mr. Bailey's Pres., Dept, 1 Rochester, New York. heart. He secured a large Mexican 2t. stear horn, sent it to France and had it Asure Damron lost a very good horse dressed, and when he reached. Columbia two weeks ago, he notified the hunters last week. He died in Campbellsville at $225. that he had a present for Willis Bailey and was valued i C-ville the Candidates Stand at the End Week's Voting. COUNTERS, of Ninth short time ago a couple of darkies I A silver coin shower will be given in were betore Judge Moss for violating the dining hall of the Lindaey-Wilso- n the law. A jury was empanneled and Friday evening, February the 3rd. at 8 the case tried, Jim Parker Hardin be o'clock. ing present to hear the testinv ny. Af A most excellent programme consistter the trial closed, Mr J. P. Beard ing of piano and vocal selections and met Jim Parker and asked: readings will be given by representa"Jim, what did the jury do in that tives of the different departments. case?" The object is to draw attention to, "They put them under bondage for and finish the remodeling of the recepstealing wood and keeping house to- tion room at the girls dormitory. gether." said Jim. No admission price is named, all contributions to be free-wiand in silver For Sale. coin. H. al I ( One 8 Horse Power Gasoline Engine, Shot fiiTistlf. Fairbank Morse make. New. One 3 Horse Power Gasoline Engine, Miami. Mr. S. L. McFarland. of near DenIn good condition. Call on or write, mark, Russell county, a brother of Mr. L. C. Winfrey, Rallots cast in Piano contest to Monday night, 7 p.m., Jan. 23, 1910. Jake McFarliwKl, shot himself in the 12 3t Columbia, Ky. 5J)5 625 hoad last Monday rooming, Nellie Follis, Columbia.fie was 460 900 Mrs. J. C. Browning, Milltown will be remembered that about not dead Monday night. It is our unIt 443 525 one year ago, Henry Rose Hunn, Columbia Barain and Reuben derstanding that the vfcitim of his own : 383 575 Lavender had trouble J ulia Price, Bliss and Bardin shot act, has been unbalanced in m:TKl for '. 303 625 Lavender in the arm . Madge Rosenfield, Columbia and shoulder. Bar-di- n some time. Alva MtrFarland, who is 293 100 Ethel Moore, Purdy was indicted for malicious shoot- in the West was wired to come home at 246 825 ing; was tried and Bell Hutler, Columbia acquitted, thereup- once. Since writing the above we 194 800 on, Lavender sued Rosa Bell, Nell for damages sus- - learn that Mr. McFarknd was returned 188 900 frninorl Hnntn'o Kill Mrs C. M. Russell, Columbia from the Asylum about eight yeare ago. . ..jv.i., .uwiis j.iiia s.n mi, tiv.. frU;.-- cdac 1SI 450 came on for trial last Thursday, a great Alva Knight, Jamestown 171 150 Ada Feese, Cane Valley For Sale. inaii)- witnesses lesuiymg on oom 155 500 sides, and Nora Bradshaw, Montpelier about 2 o'clock Fridav af- Ella Conover, Columbia iio luu ternoon the case was given to the jurv, About fifty acres of timbered land , Mary Squires, Columbia j averaiccoi i?6vu nemg returned in a five and one half miles from Columbia, Fannie Sandusky, Glensfork itv o.o.short time in favor of the plaintiff. near the Stanford road. It contains an 74 800 Louise Grissom, Columbia 71 800 Lucile Winfrey, Columbia It will take us two or three months abundance of small timber, such as 59 700 to get the cash system thoroughly in- Poplar, White Oak. Chestnut, Blue skin. Allie Garnett, Columbia 59 500 augurated, but when our accounts are Sweet and Black Gums, some hickory. Creel Nell, Grady ville W. S. Sallee. 56 525 all copied, every man who is behind Price $550. Nellie Waggener, Columbia ll-55 900 will be sent a statement, and if a Grace Dudley, Glensfork 54 100 prompt remittance fails to come, the Nancy Willis, Columbia To my friends who may be interested 53 900 paper will be discontinued to the ones Rosa May Conover, Montpelier ...j 52 100 who are behind, and steps taken to in the insurance. 1 wish to say that I . Ina Hulse, Columbia 4S 000 make collections. The cash system will have been paid the full amount of the Estelle Bennett, Purdy 46 700 be better for both the patron and the policy on my laundry, which burned Mary Miller, Columbia 45 700 publisher. Hulda McFarland, Rowena Our foreign subscribers some weeks ago. It was insured in the SO tlftrt should Lutiie Barger, Joppa send in pay without further no- company represented by Mr Paul 39 900 tice, that is, those who know just how Smythe, who paid the full face of the Helen Upton, Glensfork policy without a question. It pays to 36 200 .they stand on the books. Mattie Hatcher, Milltown do business with a company that pays 32 700 Lee Vista Royse, Columbia Mr. Hugh Noe has removed from Co- - its losses in full without quibbling. 31 900 Minnie Rodgers, Milltown Respt , T. G. P.asner 30 200 lumnia to Campbellsville. He is a most Mrs. B. M. Currie, Columbia 28 600 excellent citizen and has a verv inter- Bettie Loy, Fairplay Mr' .A T- - Shern, who served on the 27 300 esting fami y. consisting of a wife and Zella Fields, Breeding standinS J1" last week, was taken very 23 400 three children. In this removal Colum- . Mallie Moss, Columbia lU in the court rcom last Saturday gains. 17 700 bia loses and Campbellsville Lula Royse, Garlin ' afternoon and for a time it was thought 10 000 Every body regretted their departure , Valeria Turner, Glenville he wou,d die- - A doctor was called 9 100 from this community, but rejoice that that Mattie Gibson, Breeding, ana restontives administered, and m a , 8 500 they are close enoueh to visit as occas - ' Annie L. Blakeman, Milltown short time he revived and later was 8 150 ionally. Mr. and Mrs. Noe were well lary Caldwell, Milltown pleased here, but the removal makes it conveyed home. more convenient for the former, who is a Lost. A dog, yellow with sprinking traveling man, and also for the latter Withdraws From the Contest. important. of black, white around neck, white whose parents live in Springfield. breast, feet white, end of tail white. On the first day of June of this year Columbia, Ky., Jan , 17th. Dr. Woodruff Flowers, who graduat- Last seen in Columbia. I will pay a re the News v ill reach the cash system, Editor Adair County News: J. F. Garmon, ed from the University of Medicine, ward. Please take my name out of the list will then and and all subscriptions Milltown, Ky. Louisville, last year, and who, later, thereafter be discontinued as the paid of candidates in the Piano Contest. 1 was before the State Board for examitime expires. None will be dropped do not know who nominated me, though For Sale. nation, received his papers a few days before that date unless account has I appreciate the favor; but I do not ago, showing that he had passed. Dr. been presented, and payment refused. ' need a piano, as I already have one, and Flowers, upon leaving, the University, House and 2 acres of land on Crocus In other words, all subscribers are re- therefore I do not want to continue as was appointed an intern at a hospital quested to settle arrearage betore June one of the contestants. on the Kentucky side opposite Cincin- road, about 2 miles from town. and to advance their subscription. Resptfully, Frank Sinclair. nati, where he has been kept busy 2t Virginia McLean. Failure to do so will deprive you of the since leaving Louisville. His friends Miss McLean has acted wisely from paper. We will not play favorite. 3Ir W. F. Squires, who was foresend most gratifying reports of his skill The rich, the poor, friend or foe, will . the fact that she was making no effort man of the last grand jury, states that hospital all fare alike when the change of sys- to secure votes. Her reason for not at the he has served in that capacity a good tem takes place. We do not want to taking an interest is a good one, and Send in your subscription and vote for many times, but the body of men who lose a single subscriber by reason of her thanks to the person who nom your choice in the Piano contest. You were dismissed last Saturday lived up the above, but thirteen years experi- - inated her is courteous and timely. need not hesitate as the purchasing to the law and did everything in their ence under the credit system has fully power of a dollar will not change in power to bring evil doers to justice. proven the folly of maintaining the bus Work of the Grand Jury. this office. Every dollar buys 1000 vote iness in that way. We only want pay Mr. A. D. Patteson, sheriff of Adair, and there will not be any boom period for what we earn, and no more. Here- - j a grand jury of Adair county was in so far as The News is concerned. Help left for Frankfort yesterday morning, tofore we have not received it- - A session the whole of last week, your friend by your votes as early as having in charge Hesekiah Harmon, will be mailed you, and then jng 56 indictments, classified as fol- - you can and you also help us, besides it who is to serve ten years The histowe expect you to pay up, and advance 0W3: ry of the case is known to all the readis your duty to pav for your paper. your subscription if you want the pa- ers of the News. 15 Breach of peace per. Bros and their wives are 6 Disturbing worship Roberts The Modern Woodmen of America 3 conducting a meeting at Cane Valley. Gaming have decidedly the nicest hall in ColumNotice. 5 They will begin a series of meetings at Liquor to minor bia. All the furniture is new, a new Weapons P the Courchouse, this place, Thursday carpet, making their home a most inviThey are 11 night, the 2nd of February. Adultry The Educational Board of Russell 1 said to be entertaining speakers and ting and cozy place. Their action is Selling liquor County Ky.. will, on Monday Feb. 6,j 1 have been very successful in ho'ding commended to other fraternal orders in Dynamiting for fish 1911, at the court house in Jamestown, ' town. I meetings. Ky., let the contract for the furnishing ' Reckless use of weapons 2 Robbery of 200,000, bricks to build the County Mr. Jack Powell, who was close to Our patrons are again reminded "that Malicious cutting High School Building at Jamestown, eighty yea'rs old, died near Allen's 1 we have adopted the cash system, and School-housMalicious shooting ' Ky , to the lowest and best bidder. this county, Tuesday af- 1 everv subscriber, at home and ahroad. Seduction The Board will receive sealed bids ternon of last week. He was a vic- 1 is requested to send in their .subscrip- Incest until said date. Bricks to be regular A creat maioritv of our patrons t,m of diseases incident to old age. tion size, at least 60 percent of same must 56 have an idea as to how hey stand on Salesmen Wanted. To look after be hard brick, and must be burned on the books, and prompt credit will be our interest in Adair and adjacent the site for said school building, or if Killed in a Wreck. given every one who remits. counties. Salary or Commission. Adnot burned there, must be delivered on dress Lincoln Oil Co., Cleveland, O. saia site, Dy me party iurnisning same Circuit Court closed last Saturday Mr. Wyatt Stapp, who many years free of cost, to the County Board, and The ComBut few cases were tried 5,000 votes in Piano contest for are to be ready for use on August 15, ago lived at Gradyville, this county, monwealth finished on Wednesday was killed in a wreck at Meredian, each dollar spent in our noyelty Jewel1911. Texas, on the 7th of January. He was The business was so light during the The contracting party will be requira brother of Mrs. Manna Kemp, of near term that Judge Carter remarked that ry Department. ed to execute bond to the County Board Russell & Co. Gradyville, and a nephew of W. E. one court a year would be sufficient for for the faithful performance of said Morgan, of Burkesville. He had many Adair county. The Judges' statement Robert Antle, Chairman, contract. There will be preaching at the Methother relatives in Kentucky. He had is certainly a compliment to the countJ. C. Popplewell, Secretary. odist church next Sunday morning by been very successful financially in yone of the visiting Baptist preachers. Texas and had many friends, who deepMr. John Durham, who lives in Louisly deplore his untimely death. More Votes in Piano Contest. Judge Carter's next Court will be at ville, and is said to be connected with Edmonton and it will be followed by a whisky house, was here the first d?y the Russell Circuit Court. Strayed. of Circuit Court. He mixed around We will give 50,000 votes with each with some of the boys, passing his At the term of Circuit Court, just Sewing Machine sold at any price. We liquor occasionally, and as a result he home two sows, mostly was indicted four times, some of the closed, there was less business than at , From my have them at $iz.5U, $10. uu, $18.00, any court for several years. being minors. $25.00, $30.00 and $35'.00, the best black, crop off the right ear and split in witnesses the left. When left would have make on the market I have three fire room cottages for weighed 175 lbs. Information wanted. The soft side of the earth is now on & Co Russell, G. P. Smythe.. rent 2t Elizabeth Burns, McGaha, Ky. i the outside. J. W. FLOWERS, BRUCE MONTGOMERY AND ROBERT REED. - I ! I 2t -- I I ! I j j J , return-stateme- nt e, I i f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS conscious attention to what the worldcalls little things that makes Col. John Paxton, one of the great beauty and success in Teirce City's best known and life. most beloved citizens, died at his Let our homes be places of home in this city Tuesday night, love, joy and brightest sunshine, Jan. 3, at 9 o'clock and was places of enduring love that out buried in thecity cemetery Thurs- - asts the wedding day and which day atternoon, the luneral ser- - produces a life of one long un mon being preached by Rev. broken honeymoon. the mould. Canady of Ramona, Okla., andjingplace of character, a place the Masonic order in charge. where the chnd breathes an at Col. John Paxton was born in perf umed by the mosphere Adair county, Kentucky, Sept. choicest flowers of heaven 23, 1831. He came to Lawrence where it finds the greatest earth-countMo., in 1850, and spent ,y security in mofcher's loving his early life much as did the fostering care. pioneers of that early day. In 400 Plead Guilty. 1859 he was married to Missr Elizabeth A. Lingo. In 1861 he With more than 1,200 of i t s enlisted in the Missouri State citizens under indictment on the Guards at the call of Gov. Jack- charge of selling their votes and son, and fought under with more that 400 of that numing Price at Wilson's Creek and ber having already pleaded guilty Lexington. When the State, while the stiring of penitents' Guards were disbanded he enter- rushing before the court to declair ed the Confederate State's ser- -' their guilt and get off with a vice in Co. E. Musser's batallion, nominal fine continues from which was afterwards consolida-- . morning to night according to ted with the 9th Missiouri infandispatches, Adams County Ohio try, under John B Clark. He has recovered from its first feel remained with this regiment un- ing of shame and chargin when til the close of hostilities, gainthe revelations of wholesale pur-- 1 ing official promotion for meritochases of ballots were made 10 rious conduct in service in Missj days ago. issippi and Louisiana. At the Adams County is the most con-- , close of the war Col. Paxton respicous place on t h e political turned to Lawrence county and map of the United States toengaged in farming until 1883, day because of the object lesson when he moved to Sarcoxie and in practical politics which the engaged in the lumber and imdisclosure resulting trom i t s plement business. In 1891 he special grand jury investigation removed to Pierce City, where that began on December 13 has he managed his farming inter- furnished to the county at large.' ests and occupied local official If ther are any generalizations positions, and where he was; to be based o n t h e discovery known as Judge Paxton. He! that fully a third of all the votes' was a member of the Baptist in an entire county have been in church, and although nearly 80 the habit of selling their votes years old was active in Sunday uiey nau vutes to sen School work up to within twoticvei since most effect-- ; ,. , ,, , weens oi nis cieatn. in ooo ne ana aorupt cerminaciuon co was married to Mrs. Hattie Al- uai this widespread practic is now len Garnett, of Columbia, Ky. being applied they seem to inHe is survived by his wife, 2 clude among their number the sons, 4 daughters, 1 brother and following: 2 sisters. 1 The purchase and sale of During his life as an nffimal varriirlaA oc? airim -o mi'ar'o to and as a private citizen and busi-- 1 . .. (moral ottense in communities Death of Col. John A. Paxton. . j PROGRAM. J Prediction. 1 T THAT ARE TOLD This is not the prediction of an astrologer but of the American Fifth Sunday Meeting to be held at the tist church, Columbia, Ky:, Jan. 28 and 29, 191!. 10:00 a. m. 10:15 11:00 11:30 j Bap-- ; conducts a large work of relief. among people striken by great Had No Regrets. calamities than any other agency The late Archie Williams, the w'V in the world. Experience has led ' known Topeka lawyer. wq,s an artK One time '. with sharp repartee the Red Cross to expect an aver- went to a small Kansas town not rev r age of five or six serious disasters far from Topeka to attend court. T,t SATURDAY JANUARY 28th town is a typical country village, ai. in the United States every 'year. little or nothing ever causes a rip; Devotional Exercises H. N. PHILLIPS Tt does not know wVipnfrtpr thpv on its "dull level." It Is a good tov . ,, W. S. DUDGEON .., . Our Association and its Needs y storm or fire as towns of its size go, hut a rath8 causec H S ROBINSON trying place for a city bred to spei,' J -- - i , , y, Our Attitude Toward "The Faiih" Evangelism I j R F JAUDON vV. Cj. V CR AWI FY But V. PENICK son- w happen I r 00C or earfchquake or explo-- B. it is sure that they i ABEL HARDIN thousand now living will die in J. L. ATKINSON the next twelve months. World wide service in humlity Denominational Literature V. B. CAVE 3:00 Wm. KIRTLEY was shown in reports presented Kentucky Baptists and Temperance V. T. UNDERWOOD at the recent national meeting of 3:30 W. L. PIERCE the American Red Cross i n Christian Stewardship 7:00 T. E. ENNIS, Washington. This organization. of which President Taft i s the SUNDAY JANUARY 29th president is recognized by t h e 9:30 a. m. Sunday School. federal government asthe offcials The Sunday School an Evangelistic Force 10:30 GARNET GRAVES channel for the conduct of relief HERMAN SHIVELY work wherever in the United Sta11:00 " L. B. ARVIN tes people suffer from the reOur Missionary Enterprise 7:00 p. m. Evangelistic Service R. F. JAUDON sults of great calamities. But These meetings are open to everyone and opportunity will be given for Red Cross does not confine itself discussion of the subjects by other brethren than those whose names appear on to relief operations in this country. Its field is the world. ExL. B. ARVIN the program "I LIKE THIS TOWN SO WELL I COULD DIE G. PAUL SMYTHE perience proves not only that an HERE." D. H. HOWERTON average of five or six disasters hung heavy on his hands, for one of the days was Sunday. Committee. severo enough to call for Red "Klne place this." said a native to Cross help may be expected tooc him. to ten feet. The brother of the TheWorKofa Mob. cur every year n thfi Un j t e d 'Yes." said Williams rather shortly He didn't seem at all eager to open a Corey girl said that he but thafc the demands discussion concerning the merits of the Shelby ville, Ky., Jan., 15: A believes West s body is in the from other country may be expec Lralet. masked mob of fifty men cap- creek. "Iteal good place." continued the na ted to be equally numerous . tive. police officials of tured the Some idea of the caracter and "Oh. yes." said Williams, and he Hog Shippers Take Notice. turned off the electric variety of these derrands may again showed no inclination to discuss the subject. light power, cut the telephone "You like it. do you?" asked the be gained from the disasters wires, battered down the jail , , native. During the past week or ten . h w . , R , c "Like it! Like it!" answered Wil and lynched three negroes early days a number of shipments of . . , , Hams very gently and softly. He got tfa Th up and laid his hand on the natives this morning, fulfilling threats iiugs uas uccu icwivcu in this :r,i111J- - : fu. XTnii.aA rrr rs r l srn rtTN r shoulder. "Like it! Why. my dear, that have been more or less pub- - marke,t that have killed out soft,, . . like hurricane one mine fire two good friend.here." this town so well I could die liclymade on the streets for,and0ilv. showinir evidence of mine explosions and forest fires "Why why I'm glad to know that. more than a week. The mob having been fattened on mast, you so But does in Idaho Montana Oregon Wash- - much how that?" it appeal to as apparently had planned to hang The regular buyers in this mar-a- ll "Why." said Williams, still very and Minnesota; in foreign counthree men from the C. & O. ket haev a line on the section of a place In all my try soldiers relief of starving gently. "I Inever saw a good ninn life, and have lived bridge over Clear Creek. country where these shipments captured soldiers in Nicaragua years, which I could leave with so few W sv lilt vt t ivi regrets." Kansas City Journal. Half the city was aroused by uwsmatcu u,u aic ausumijr w f floods in Mexico, France, Servia the fusillade of shots fired by fusing to buy any hogs from and Japan fche rAmerican mass. the mob, which apparently made doubtful territory except under JOKE WAS WHOLLY acres and .the earthquake j n THE no attempt to conceal its work. a guarantee, and want an allow- x n t h e disaster Costa Rica UNINTENTIONAL Citizens following the trail of ance of 2c per pound made on all ness man Judge Paxton madei aboye mention whUjh joccurred where it i practical, the lynchers came upon the bod- hogs that kill out soft or oily. many friends by his upright life in the Unifced ,States 5Q6 Hves S0.Called "secret" Aus ies of two of the victims before Some buyers bought these doubt- and clean business and official! were logt whUe approxiraately Remarkable Floral Emblem ai ,, , . , trahan ballot which never was daylight. y , An search ful hogs today without guaran- TT l uieuiuus. ne ieit many inenas Australian also 7,500 persons required immediate is not secret. failed to reveal the body of the rpp at a discount of from Ac to . ,, . . who unite with his bereaved the Funeral of a Reporter, assistance. Almost t,uuu persons 3. The party with the largest third negro, but that he met a viol- 1 cent per pound from the mar--, family in mourning his death. ogt their home byJfipe .Qr hurri. campaign fund stands the best ent death no one here doubts. ket price. Pierce City Missouri Leader. cane The money expended by Jacob A. Riis tells an anecdote of a chance of electing its ticket. The victims of the mob's fury Shippers should watch this ,the Red Cross in these relief reporter detailed to police headquar ters by a well known newspaper EIN Beautiful i noughts. 4. Most important of all, it are, Gene Marshall, 25 years of point very carefully, and WUCIl, operation in the United States special forte was fires. He Ls dead, age, convicted and sentenced to you ship hogs, advise your com- ,. . . , poor fellow! In life he was fond of w S9K9 nnn There is no such thing as mans has been conservatively demona joke, and in death It clung to him death for the murder of a negro ission merchant whether they irights and woman's rights sep- strated that one courageous man ded in thig c in CQn. in a way wholly unforeseen. The fire Wade Patterson 29,arecornor mastfed; it will be' woman; juncdon Red men In the next block, with whom he those of arate and distinct from each oth- - can "clean up" an entire county years of age accused of attack-- 1 made his headquarters when oT duty, 10 your advantage. Don't try Cr03s and Mcorfi itg Women's rights are simply if he wants to. er. ans so that he might always be within ing two white women m he toputone over on the buyer3, as hearing of the gong, wished to give human rights. The sexes be-- i streets of Shelbyville on the they are watching hogs f rom , The Moiher Knew. some tangible evidence of their regard long to each other; what bene-- ! for the old reporter, but. being in a night of December 5, and Jim every section very close, and fits one helps the other; what ele-- ! relief expenditllres of the year hurry, left it to the florist, who knew An attorney speaking in a Vin- He West jffi years of age accused when a lot of soft hogs show up him well, to choose the design ,inder Red Cross leaJershi hit upon a floral badge as the proper vates either uplifts both. Man cennes, Ind., court room in de- -' with flirting with a from any neighborhood, they $485 500 thing, and thus it was that when the is the outdoor and Woman the in- - fense of a man charged with kil-- ! company of mourners was assembled white girl. . w refuse to buy any more hogs j door partner in the firm of hu- - ling the despoiler of his home, and the funeral service In progress Marshall's lifeless body was f rom tnat neighborhood, except; Fathers now basking in the there arrived and was set upon the Jtnanity. referred to the dead man as "a found hanging from the C. &. O. triumph coffin full view under guarantee or at soft hog sunset of life may not readily of the inflorist's art. ofa all that of white shield for- -' friendless black scoundrel. " The, If you want to be happy railroad bridge a thousand yards prices. Bourbon Stock Journal, recall all their early experiences roses, with this legend written across -get yourselves and think of dead man's mother sitting in the from the jail, at the break of red in life, their struggles and tri- - it inlimits immortelles:. Admit within only "Portland Spectator fire some one else and if possible do! court room sprang to her feet day, and was cut down two hours umphs of their childhood home, Farming today is a business something for some one else, and shouted over and over again: later. Patterson had nearly esThe Huckster. and the farmer is a business man the Playhouses they helped their Matthew de L Rogers, the hand a lie a lie a lie!" No caped Read to an old lady; send a bunch' 'It's' the vengeance of the mob he is more important sisters build are photographed writing expert of Cleveland, recently to convicted by his testimony alone n will of flowers to a sick friend; dry wonder that in tht- uproar ofi by reason of the rope breaking world than the merchant to the upon the heart's tablet and will forger rthe tears of a lonely child; say a 'hisses there was also much after he was swung from the never fade away. The golden "My own knowledge." said Mr Rogers to a reporter, "shone out by eon word tola poor discouraged plause. It is not safe to refer to bridge and made a brave run for storekeeper or the banker and the i s recognizing light of eternity will not dim the trast with the Ignorance of the other washerwoman; speak with a, any man as '"friendless" so long his life, but was cut down at the rest of mankind brightness of this picture. One side The opposing lawyer in his be nighted cross examination of me rpally the whine 'as his mother lives for the edge of the creek by one of seven- that fact. Practically speaking he wiU voice which shams never foreet the Place of his made me think of the Cleveland huckis the manufacture of the food mother-lov- e many depended upon ty-five .and whimpers of another. ster bullets fired at him. that sustains all of his fellow birth, the little broken cart, the "This huckster was giving evidtwe to assert itself under a11 circum- There should be no day in our The body of West had not kind. sled and kite, and the older in a damage suit against an autoiuo-bilisstances- - and the men who ap- lives that did not record some been found late tonight. A wild brother who led away to the hill "The auto. he stated confidently, ! 1. 3J.i1 a, .flo.h of Idndnfiss.J sorrm hpln hold P'auueu tnat nne snow or motn ..w. VV w ...,-rumor on the street says that he side where the fairest wild flow- - was going over 100 miles an hour. Death in Roaring Fire " "But in the Indiana court room nearly minneedy. One selfdeny-iin- g out to the was taken far into the woods may not result from the work of fire ers bloomed. These sacred ute. saidthat's judge. two miles a the act or some kind word, or a probably knew what they were and burned at the stake, but it bugs, but often severe burns are caused memories will never grow less ' " 'No. yer honor the huckster contradicted that make a quick need for Bucklen's pleasant glance, has fallen like doing. is more probable that he was Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest cure bright or dim with age. "'Look here, my man. said the Judge. you know how many minutes .sunshine or ceased an aching Chicago is to have a new hanged to a second bridge near- for burns, wounds, bruises, boils, sores. theatValentine P. Snyder resigned there are la an hour, don't yon? It kills heart. There is no act intend- er designed t o attract by and that his lifeless body will It subdues infflammatlon.Drives off pain. "The huckster, hesitated, then said women. skin It soothes and heals. ed to help another, too small for Matinee idols will be its specialty in due time found in the creek, eruptions, ulcers or piles. Only 25c at as president o f the National frankly: " 'Well, ain't Bank of Commerce of New York. edncation yer boaor. Iyour bad mach the master's notice. It is the we infer. which rangss in depth from four Pau11 Dru Co . let's hare reckonia of ' t J t 2:00 p. m. Kentucky Baptists and Education WhLBUKiN iust as one may b e sure that fifteen persons of ever' any considerable period of idle time Williams' business kept him in tl. town for two days, and a lot of tin i Gen-Ster- l- j I ' i j ' ! iru i j i to-nig- ht , Shel-byvill- e, I j V - : -- ,,, , , ,,.,,,, ... C(-offl- e 1 i j , i , i"v - J - l i v I c-- l i i , , 1 all-da- . - . . n.w , - , . tota , j ld j ' j j j j -- i j ' i j - the' ap-iri- nd , i ! j j t 1 j ! j er-lo- ve J It" C 2, 1HE ADAIR COUNiT NEWS THE TIMELY HINTS FOR FARMERS Forty Car of Turkeys. 4-- 5. Mannsville, Mannsville, "March Cane Valley, Carmel, 11-1- Cuero, Texas, is probably the largest turkey shipping point in March Special Clearance Sale Of 2. LOUISVILLE TIMES the United States. During the present season there will have been shipped from here approxMerit In the Sire. A boar's greatest value is in tbe imately 85,000 turkeys. Up to breeding power. This quality in a sire is something that can be told only December 15, a total of 30 cars, bj trial. Indications as seen in the averaging 2,500 turkeys to the individual amount to little in deterfrom here, mining prepotency. Along the line of car, had FOR 1911 ancestors that are shown by record to and an additional 10 cars or have been strong and true breeders Is a big item in favor of the untried boar. more will have been shipped beBRIGHTER, BETTER, However, because individuality is of little value as an indication of a boar's fore the season closes. All of prepotency does not mean that Indi- the turkeys were slaughtered BIGGER THAN EVER viduality should be ignored, that we would do just as well to shut our eyes and dressed before shipment. THEJREGULAR PRICE OF and draw. We want all the merit in The turkey shipments from a sire we can get, so that if he proved THE LOUISVILLE TIMES a good breeder we stand best chance of Cuero this season show an in- , getting good pigs pigs like their sire. crease of about 85 per cent, over last season. Practically all of the Mixed Breeds on the Farm. IS Some farmers seem to have a weakA YEAR. fowls were raised in this imme ness for keeping a mixture of chickThe farmers ens. They will get riymouth Rock diate vicinity. roosters one year, some other kind the have realized a handsome reve- If YOU WILL SEND .YOURJ ORDER next, and their farms are overrun with mixed chickens of every conceivable nue from the sale. been-shipped Columbia 12-1- and Tabor, March 3. Carpets and Rugs Gradyville, March 14. Temple Hill March 9. West Tompkinsville, March 18-1i 21-2- 2. 25-2- Tompkinsville, March 6. T. L. Hulse, P. E. Oldest Paper. 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 weneed the room greatly. When in LOUISVILLE, do not fail to Investigate our offers Hubbuch w"" u Bros. & Wellendorff, i Incorporated $5.00 TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND The chief distinction between the functions of farm manure and commercial fertilizers may be stated In a ! general way to be that farm manure increases crop production by improv' ing the condition of the soil, while the both;one year commercial fertilizers act directly as a plant food without materially affecting the soil structure. The function of commercial fertilizers is therefore to supplement the available supply of plant food in the THE LOUISVILLEITIMES is j soil by supplying any deficiency which may exist and by furnishing a surplus the best afternoon paperlprinted of food upon which the plant may draw. anywhere. THE LOUISVILEE TIMES ceieurateu as one hundredth anniversary with a nandsomelv illustrated edition. ihe Gazette made its initial appearance in Chillicothe in 1800, ard its'announced publication day shape and color. these fowls are profitable, how If Solves aDeeP Mystery This veteran Ohio newspaper much greater profit could be realized "I want to thank you from the was first "pulled off" on an old from the same number of fowls good my heart,"wrote C. E.Rader.of in quality, pure bred, uniform in size hand ? press in a log cabin' nnd color. The pure bred Cochin, Lewisburg, W. V.. "for the wonderful weigh doublebenefit I got from Electric Bit- in a little village then the capi- j Brahma or riymouth Rock will more than mixed chickens, just as full ten, in curing me of both a severe case of 3 Northwest Territory blood Herefords or Shorthorns attain of stomach trouble and of rheumatism, & more weight tlvm scrub stock. from which I had been an almost help-- j itsfirst editor was Nathaniel J? less sufferer for ten years. It suited my Willis, grandfather of the poet of T Different Manure Functions. WM c Ui -.-. "'"" The Scioto Gazette the oldest Centrally located. Market St. bet. 5th, &:6th, St. '"" :x FRANK Cemetery work of all kind.... xx:i(4X :$ i CORCORAN Hip-Grad- e Marble Granite See US before you bot-tom'- of bay..... -' j , Represented by C. G. Jeffries in this and adjoining counties i J I case as though made just for me." For dyspepsia, indigestion, jaundice and to rid the system of Kidney poisons that L1 1 tm I ( . W1C Baiuc FOR ONLY $4.50. t J Selection of the Eoar. Has the best corps of corres Xo matter how many sows are kept on the farm the selection of the boar pondents. is of great importance. There are Covers the Kentucky field per- - many pure bred hogs in all parts of the country, so there is no reason for fectly. the use of a scrub boar by any one, Covers the general news field says the Swineherd. t i j j completely. The character of the get of a scrub boar is guesswork, whereas with the pure bred boar thine is some assurance Has the best and fullest mar- - j that his get will be uniform and of a quality indicated by his ancestors. kets reports. "When possible the boar should be selected on the place where he was DEMOCRATIC in politics, but raised. ' fair" to everybody. EDIN6 ALFALFA send your subsckIP- TION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPER fqr EGG PRODUCTION Good For the Hens and Lightens not to The Louisville Times. Alfalfa material It is rich ter, thus the Grain Biil. is as much an egg producing as it is a producer of milk. in nitrogen aud mineral matproviding the hens with substances that are derived from it In forms most suitable for the purpose desired. Lime is an essential substance iu the production of eggs, and there are some that use oyster shells for supplying the hens with lime, but alfalfa contains lime in a soluble form and ready prepared for use. The various grains are deficient in lime, and when poultry receive no food but grain it is impossible for the hens to lay perfect eggs, many being soft shelled. "When the needed elements are supplied and the hens lay regularly the carbonaceous matter is appropriated by the eggs, but if the hens do not lay they become fat and remain in a condition that Invites disease. Alfalfa or clover, by displacing part of the grain ration, supplies the hens with substances which are lacking iu grain and provides bulk food and heat-ki- g food. It is good both in the dry n and green state, and happy is the who has an alfalfa patch for his hens to wander in. They can get nuimal and green food at the same time. If you don't raise alfalfa yourself buy It by all means and save half your grain bill. poul-tryma- Frsi Bern Weak cleanliness, r The present owners of the paper r n in ) a r linn rtOIIPrt inMltMnlinivi " V..L. Z. " oCJ' Wltillt UCiJ ZZ7 7 one of the brightest and b est V ,UC4J UUltlC is guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50c at evening daily paper in Ohio are Paull DrugCo. G. W. C. Perry and David Meade Massie. Mr. Perrv i a member Again The Unwritten Law. of the family that gave Commo- Thecquittalof Menlo Moore dore Oliver Hazard Perry and a thearical man who shot and ' Commedore Matthew C. Perry to killed a millionaire oil operator at the country and Mr. Massie is a Vincennes fshows that the u 1 grandson of Gen. Nathaniel written lawjs about as much in Massie founder of Chillicothe. force in Indiana as it is in the! There's historic interest and distinction and there to is quality Southern States. Inthis case the wife confessed! to match. Cleveland Deader. to her. husband that she had Pointed Paragraphs. maintained relations with the millionaire for some time. Friendship is a branch of The story.told by the woman was in that she insisted that;'ove When a man is easily bought she spurned thelattention of Gib- son till he told her he could.'prove the buyer is usually sold, her husband a unfaithfulness if Many a politician who expects sherwould'accompany him to a a plum is handed a lemon. country house where as alleged If some men were compelled Moorelhadanother engagememt to pay as they go they would with another woman. At t h e stay. country Jiouse shealleged Gibson We always feel sorry for a forcibly took advantage of her. dignified man when the taffy is This was thelbegining o f a n being passed. affairs that continued several Some people never know when years before the confessio. to stop and others never know probably The I "" $? I &&&t& Woods on Lewi; Greensburg IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Main Street, Lebanon, Ky, &: & & , j ! n-- Kentucky I Studebaker Birdsell j self-fantast- ic flilburn A car load of Wag ons Disc Harrows ; ! Oliver Chilled Plows A car load of A car load of Cultivators, Corn Planters, and OneHorse Corn Drills. Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country, reacty for There are two forms of bodily the external and the internal. The one is for your pride in yourself; the other for your life and health. Both are important, but of vastly more importance in the long run is the internal cleanliness. This is one point that all should watch did believe Mrs. Moore's conduct had been anything'but that of the ordinar-typ- e of faithless wife, but acquitted Moore on the theory that his belief that his wife had been mistreated made him temporarily jury Peytonburg, Chestnut Grove, January 9. Albany, Maupin, February 1st. Clinton Circuit, Lands Chapel, February 5. Thurlow, Hanks Chapel, February 2. Campbellsville Circuit, Asbury 5. Chapel, February Campbellsville Station, Febru' ary 6. Greensburg, Greensburg, FebShort Feeding Poor Policy. to a Parisian fashAccording If there is not enough feed on the ruary 9. place to carry the hogs through and Spurlington and Early, Tayion journal the old style hoop fit them, quickly and if prices do not seem to warrant tke purchase of feed, 6. Chapel, February skirts will return in twenty-year- s then It Is much better t market them lors Casey Creek, Jones Chapel, but even so we're too busy t o at once rather thau stunt them by 28-24-11-114-115-118-125-2- about their body the cleanliness of tho bowels. Keep thera clean and free from obstructions. To do this you must have one or two movements of the bowels twenty-fou- r each hours. If your system does not do this naturally, in the process of eating and drlnkinsr. thon von must obtain aid of some kind. After finding out that cathartics, salts and such things relieve you for a. day. but bind you up worse than ever the next day, then try a simpler and more natural remedy liko Dr Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. For thf sleep; al the best wav to begin li to send your and address to Dr. Caldwell for a frfe sample uoiMc. Use it as directed and if it convinces you that a hrict continuance of if 3 use will relieve you permanently that it will train the stomach and bowI musrles to ajjain work naturally at certain hours then buy it of your druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, just as ao many others are doinpr. They bepan with a. sample bottle, then bought a fifty cent bottle, and now. fully convinced of its merits, they buy the one dollar family size. All the members of the family can use it down to the very youngest. A brief use of this grand laxative tonic will cure constipation In its worst form. Indigestion, liver trouble, sick headache, Poultry For Market. gour stomach and such ailments and keep In selecting' a shipment of poultry you In continuous good health at a very small cost. Such Is the experience of for the market the farmer will find It many families like that of Mrs. Oscar to be of advantage to have his birds Fleener. UnionvIIle. Ind.. J. p. Daniel. of uniform size. They look better and Saxon. Ter.. and hundreds of others that neater and will bring a higher price. could be named. Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased If the birds are tied together In pairs to give you any medical advice you may deJre for yourself or family pertaining to by tbe necks, always select two that theStomach, liver or bowels absolutely look as much, alike as possible. Pack free of charge.willExplain toyour case in a them all neatly, you In detail. reply for appearance has letter and he For the free sample simply send your much to do with finding a market for address on a postal card or name and otherwise. For either request the doctor's them. Handle the carcass so carefully "W. B. Caldwell, address Is Dr. Monticello, 111. R.500 Caldthat the light outer skin will not be well building, broken. na-no insane. A woman is naturally off color Here is "dementia Americana" the defence made for Harry when she removes her complex-- i Thaw-doing when to begin. What puzzles a small boy is how his mother can stand to wear such a hot slipper. A good dinner has about the same effect on a man that a good cry has on a woman. ' j Spring trade. I i LIME, SALT, AND CEMENT A ) SPECIAL LINE. service as. an excuse ion. for murder in Indirna. And yet Run for office and read the! it is said across the river that opposition newspaper you the South i s a lawless region. would see yourself as others see Frankfort News. you. i Will deliver any kind of Farm if Implements at any station on the L. & N. R. R. The Merchant COLUMBIA DISTRICT, ROUND. SECOND Beware of the man who gives you a tip on the races. He may have an ingrown grudge against you. When a man doesn't get married all the married women think it is because he has been disappointed in love but all the married men know better. Don't try to convince a man that he isn't clever as he thinks he is unless you have no use for his friendship. Chicago News. FOXES WANTED. Woodson Lew Mail orders promply attended to Greensburg, FCy. The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. Courier-Journ- al Grey and Red Foxes Squirrels Coons $2.00 to $2.50 50to 1.00 73to 1.23 And Express. Send nameof your express office in first 7Z W.. letter. - T. HODGEN, Box 233 wory about that now. short feed in the winttr. A animal never made auybody money. stunted March 1-- 2. CampbellsTille. Ky Thirteen car loads of mules was mostly bought by Virginia. consisting of about twenty-fou- r and North and Soutr head to the car and one car load parties. Prices averaged around of horses was the result of Mon-- 1 ' s $175 for mules, and SI60 stock sales at Mornstown, horses, aggregating in round' Tenn. In addition, a number of head were sold to local parties numbers $56,500 received froim The aock was in good shape and t foreign buyers. for-day'( TBE AL'AIR CClM"i" NPVS ' (a) m) " ,x "N " "s "N 'K ?fc 7K 7K ?K 7 7i 7i " "x ',N K 7K k ?K 7R 7K 7R the common people, in opposition our town, for $2,000. IN IN Published Every Wednesday rn"j to party demands and platform Nf Nl Mrs. Mary Kerr Black rpcent-l- y IN yfx & IN 'N f Lindsev-Wilso- n - - BYsTiiE - N V promises was the cause for the removed to her father's, Mr. M IN IN Mi Mi Adair County News Company. overthrow of the tables. There Alex Kerr, near. old Purdy. IN IN are many wedded to party regard( Incorporated.) IN IN A SafelPIaco to Put your Children Mr. Jack Burton will soon have Nl 7u less of means used or ends some fine shingles for sale. He n; IN EDITOR. sought, but the balance of powCHAS. S. HARRIS fN Nl NI is a splendid hand to make them 7p: In My Democratic newspaper devott'd to the in er is in the strength of an ever and usually finds a ready sale Preparatory 7K : terest of tlie City of Columbia and the people inCreasin0" independent vote, IN for all he has. IN ot Adair and adiacent counties. bK For that comes to the rescue in ev- - Mr. Wesley Willis has recently MIN 7 Nt IN Colleges Entered at the Columbia as J ery State, and in almost every IN Nl moved to Mr. Jo Daniel Eubanks. 75n ond class niaiUrnatter. . Normal county where plain duty is seen. Rated as NI Mr. John Rice was at Purdy Tin ' There need be no fear of Mex- WED. JAN. 95 1 911 Business nj IN "Class A" last week. 7N Nl icanizing this country, but the IN Expression Mr. and Mrs, Henry Willis By ,. rni 7K n . ' nrice of libertv is said to be eter-with the lat Nl last Sund Music e party fails ' v- " Association lican candidates for the nomina" 7K . ... . ter's brother, Mr. Sam Burton 7 NJ ..,, Art IN " UM"" "" "- r.ion in rm5 flincnhvo riictvioh ""' Of Nl If individuals misrepresent or' Mrs- Vinia Morris spent last IN Adair having the naming of the 7 misrule, they will be deprived of Saturday afternoon at Mr. Mel- - rN Kentucky candidate. Colleges 7 their power. Corrupt men can- - vin StClairs. In 7 John W. Kern, who was the not long enjoy the confidence of Mr. Elijah Burton, whb has 7 Democratic candidate for Vice the people, nor combined wealth heen selling merchandise at cost, Spring Term opens Tuesday, January 3, 1911. President in Mr. Bryan's last override the intelligence and has begun selling at his former prices. race, was elected United States patriotism of the voter. Talk to some one who has been here. A i Nl Senator from Indiana last week. Mr. Sam Willis has had fine ?K Thorough work; iittie expense. Engage rooiK at nce. yN i In 7 Rasseli Springs. luck catching fish, recently, and Ni For Catalogue, address It is time for Senator McCreary IN k yesterday he caught 34 at one K and Congressman Ben Johnson Nl SON Mr. Irvin Isbell took a trip todrauSh t one fine cat that IN ?K to quit Writing cards. The race 7 Nt weighed 6 pounds. . In Columbia this week. K3-Columbia, 7 for the nominarinn fnr Onvpvnnr . .. :?In 3K Mr. Ben Grant, the J. R. Wat- should be run urxm merits, not! Mr. Walter Goff, of Columbia, XHC9K)KKXXXXX9ieK was in town Wednesday enroute kins' 2sent, passed through here .demerits. last Wednesday. Mr. Grant you sss..7r.r-for Albany. Milltown. be intendinS to your Luke Lea, a Prohibitionist and Popplewell received must Mr j. hair before sunrise, as you passed an Independent Democrat, has Uo a nor ni tu Ath nf $ A great many of the people of 4k been elected United States neph "w of his Esco poppieweiif some time before daylight, this cnmmiinitv have bad cold-Senator from Tennessee. S Uncle Mark Corbin was at PurHe is ' vho attended the R. S. A. last at this writing. N one of the publishers of tbe winter. Mr. Popplewell t have taken charge of PHELPS BBQS, to left dy last week on his usual er' Mrs. Eliza Thomas and Misses $ Nashville Tennesseean, and is;Saturday night and found his rand, going to mill. HOTEL and will endeavor to run seme Montra and Birt Thomas visited only thirty-tw- o years old. Mr. Charley Taylor was- in Coto the satisfaction of old and new custo-mer- s. brother's family all down with at Mr. George Butler's last Sunlumbia last we.ek. Livery and Feed stable ia conday. Ed Morrow, of Somerset, a the measles in a very sad state. Mr. Duck Burton is making nection with the HOTEL. Special pains nephew of Senator W. 0. Brad- He stayed with them until ThursMr. Fount Pendleton passed day. things ready to build him a new through ley, was nominated by the Preshere with a drove of taken in the eare and feed;., Dock. Mr. John Miller returned to room, and repair the old ones. cattle one day last week. ident, last week, to be District I will also continue in the I ent Attorney for the Eastern Dis- Ft. Thomas the 13lh after a five We think it will improve, his Misses Grace and Cora Squires imd Hardware Business ar.j ,f a trict of Kentucky. The Senate week's visit with his sister, Mrs. visited at Mrs. Pate Thomas' last good line of Field seeds. will probably confirm the nom- Arthur Stanton. Saturday night and Sunday- Sugar Grove. Xrlr "R on1 AjTif-- 3aii1 Avm J. H r , c ps. ination this week. Mr. J. R. Tutt has jupt com- strong have gone to spend the The people in this neighbor pitted a feed barn on his farm The meeting of the Democrat- winter with their father a.t hood made good use of the pret- near here. It is considered by ic Ewstive Committee, called to those who have seen it as being ty warm days. meet in Louisville the 25th of '&&$ x Orville Holt, of R. S. A. visit-- I one of the best in the communithis month, has been deferred Some were uneasy about their ed his home at Seweliton over until the 4th of February. At Sunday. meat, they killed about the first ty. njss, hope they will soon be re- about CC u iges : i Mr. G. P. Handy and family thia meeting tiie cost of the priox the warm spell. Most all are stored to their usual health; sor- year. o poo!; ia School s moving along all 0. left here last Wednesday for Il- ry to hear of Dr. Grisaom's houses mary will be virtually known, through their hog killing. tn.il .! a go busine- K. still increasing in attendance, they expect to and the amount ech candidate We are glad to report Mrs. A- - linois, where death. He will not only be miss-- In connection wit. their fcri Supt. Robert Antle is now assist- make their future home. will have to be assessed. ed in his home but will be great- - j they buy and &hip rabbits. T ing Prof. Barnes. Mr Mont manda Dishman is improving af- tj Mr. Anston Handy, son of G. ly rVAIhi-rAT AAnfinnI M IC1 wmiucu:CVCia,n,ontnfa missed in tne Sunday School proprietors told me this morhr BenHooper will be inaugu-- : Holt in the Intermediate depart-iLCjJP. Handy, who recently joined r- - Clarence at Union church of which he was I that during the winter they h Alexander and rated Governor of Tennessee to-- ! ment is giving satisfaction in standing army, is at his post a wife have moved from Renox the member most all his life. I bought and shipped twenty fcho day. He will be the Bret Rpub-- j every way. of duty in Oolumhus, Ohio. think he was . one of the best and. They hava pid from 4 " to live wifch Clarence's Mr. and Mrs. Nathan lican Governor of that State Mrs. Tina Wells has been poor- - iand ' teacher's the school ever had, he 7 cents a piece for them all w . father, Alonzo Alexander, on since rsconstruction day a. ly for a few days. of Columbia, visited at was so well posted on Bible HL- - ter. One day one boose bou Therejistilia deadlock in the Mi's. Cassie Phelps and Mr. AUen'S Cr6ek' several days tory. He could get more out of 1680 but that was on account Mrs. We are aorry that Irvin Loyd contest for United States Sm- - ffcknii ftf .......,. wrft Wp ..,.., w ..w.w a lesson than anyone I ever saw the members of the Woodman and Winfrey are going out of of last week. ator. Benton McMUlian's friends !Frjcay America dividing into two co Mr. Jo Reynelds, who has been I think. business at .the merchandise think that he will eventually' Miss Cleo Vaughan . is visiting',, It has been very dry here ever paniesandMe one that ail Beck s Store. If they close out living in Louisville for the past knock the plum. In our judg--u har the fewest rabbits was to tr Vinmi frv" four rintra "Since September, with the excep' it will be very inconvenient for two years, ha3 returned home. ment the race is very uncertain, the others to an oyster supv XJt TS l. il,.. 11 J , . mi. u. iuweu ims iuvi iuui the people Qn Renxk Mr. J. C. Townsend, who has tion of one light snow and rain So yon see why they hustled. ' The political upheave! of last the cottage recently occupied by Mr. Weill- see in the Gradvv, ' Ed Winfrey has gone to been absent from here for thei about the middle of December. year is sufficient evidence, as be- - Elbert Darnell. L,nn Therefore wheat has made bu. letter where Mr. W. L. Gr.. Glasgow with a few loads of to- - past month, has returned. . . bad slaughtered a ry large h n.P Pnlnm. ' . man ann tho nctllur hhafi XT Allan Wolb-hxrin ,UU1 m..wx, x Mr. Richard Shirley attehded little show so far; the roads have ibacco. Several from Renox Wp j l wi,,eli ' m.n as still the power. The po- - bia, was in our midst this week. have been church in Gradyville last Sunday. been dry and fine all winter un- haali theh. . litical pessimist, the man who Bro. Stratton, Presiding Elder to Glasgow recently. Friday, it sleeted all day ,i wasJ t. They re C. M. Thomas visited at A. T. til iast uexuro ccnsiir;' only sees a clouded sky- with a 0f the Northern Methodist church , cov-- . jarge xe l(J port tobacco some higher. mfj Sherrill's, in Gradyvill, last and now th whole earth is ' darker future, who believes that is holding Quarterly meeting at ered with ice, consequently the to draw frm to the seeding rox, We were all sorry to here of Saturday and Sunday. the voice of the people has been the M' E. Church here. blacksmith's are kept busy shoe- - then with the assistance of tw Mr. W. W. Hester, of Glasgow, stilled by the power of combined ing horses. The people here nev Pulleys and rope and a nearr 3oard, Missouri. The m eeting conducted by Rev. being so low. His many friends we scceed in swiagin ,-wealth, and that the great multi- Hughes closed Sunday night. er keep their stock shod unless up here hope he will rally through up, but unfortunately ,v tude is merely out for loaves and something like this comes up. L .nim It weie like Mr. Grady, we Editor News, and get up again. didn't Purdy. fishes, ought to canvass the reDear Sir: As my letterasome-tim- e costs $1.50 here to have a horse have scales convenient that woil! Mr. and Mrs, C. W. Garrett turns with a view to determine draw him, so in order to get at ago escaped the waste bask- shod all around Generally speaking, the people spent the day at Mr. William the cause. The Republican paret I thought I would try again. There was a great deal of work his weight we were obliged to vicinity have nothing to Firkin's Sunday. ty and special privileges were of this We em'ov readine: the News very done on the roads in this county guess; so he was estimated to weigh between 7 to 8 hundred Uncle Charlie Shive, of Casey's never more strongly entrenched complain of with the exception much especially the letters from last year, quite a number of con, than in the year just closed, and of a few scattering cases of roi-K- is sinKing every aay ana uh. MesDondents. they tell of crete culprits and bridges built pounds. Well I guess I have written is not expected to ever be any all the occurrences of the neigh- The people here are taxed $5.00 in all the past never received a whooping cough. enough for this time and yd fine for better as he is so old. He makes borhood. severer reprimand. In fact the The weather Sorry to hear of so poll tax and 25 cents on the $1U0 close by n wishing the News and 'people still live and have not yet several days, and the farmers .his home with his son, Rob. many having measles in the Gra worth of property for road pur its many readers, a happy and agreed to surrender their inalien-- ! have been busy cleaning up new Mrs Nannie Loyd is in Indiana dyville vicinity; hope they will all poses. The poll tax can be work- prosperous Ner Zear. able rights. If the agents fail to ground and making preparation at the bedside,of her youngest pull through allright. We had ed out but the 25 cents has to be L. M. Wilmore. carry out, in good faith, express- for a better crop, than they had son, who has had an operation measles in this neighborhood paid in cash and is used to pay performed and is getting along just about one year ago and now for bridge material. The county Democratic card writing is a ed demands, if individual or par- last year. forcible reminder that once upon ty become recreant to duty or Mr. Will Rice and wife were fine. this winter we are solely afflicted is divided into townships, each a time tfiere B. unmindful of the public good the at Purdy last Thursday. James Anderson has moved with lagrippe, most every family township has four road bosses Hays engagedwas a Napoleon in the business, people's patriotism is the counplace,. in our community have had it. and each one has about 20 miles and the result of his efforts is It is reported that "Uncle Si" up on his father-in-law- 's try's safe guard. The Payne Did- of road to work. Vanhorn town n to the voting Aldrich tariff law, revision up- Burton sold a tract of timber to close to where he expects to Sorry to hear of Miss Sallie build this year. Mrs. Ella Robertson's ill ship, the one we live in built dle and ward instead of downward, in Mr. Walker Bryant, of Colum- ,N 1N j THE ADAIR COUNTY8 NEWS the ! interest of capital instead of biaand Mr. Elijah Burton, of aim khoo , I i rost-otii- ce &ec-- j .... " "-- 1 : j ' - i ' j i i i , .ss , NEIL & MOSS, I t i 5K5K5K3K3R3K)K:- w J i ; a rae ! ? - . r j j ! - -i- 7 : L J j Wag-gene- r, J , j.ton 1 Eliza-Thom- as' .,- - j n, " i j ! . v I . !. i ' j - , , y- ? -- i has-bee- well-know- . , . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS PERSONAL of Creelsboro, ' Mr. John W. Jones, of Pelley-to- visited his brother, John Ross. Mr. Fred Rainwater, the Mr. B H. G'lpin was here last Thurs- pedestrian, high jumper, and fast runday. spent a few days last week of Columbia, who is going to ner, the Lindsey- - Wilson last Mr. C. R. Cabell, Greensburg, was with his Uncle Mr. David Har- school at that place. week. here last week. Uncle Major Bledsoe, of this den. J Bad rpads merrily tickle fond hopes frs. Mary McClain has been quite for better highways. Miss Cordie Allison is visit- place, died January 3rd. He sick for a few days. ing relatives and friends in this was 93 years old no doubt the On January 8th we will inaugurate our annual Mrs. Caroline Jeffries was quite sick Knifley. oldest man in Russell county. White Goods Sale. Our stock this season will a few days of last week. neighborhood this week. embrace everything New in WHITE PIECE He "will be greatly missed by his Rev. Frank Turner is in Hancock Miss'Audra Dillingham spent Gadberry. GOODS. Thousands of yards of the most excounty, holding a meeting. many friends. last Sunday with Miss Lottie quisite Embroideries, Laces. Flouncings, Waist A little son of Mr and Mrs. A D. Feese. A'few of the farmers of this Mr. and Mrs. Eth ridge Clayton ratlerns, Wash Goods, L" nens, &c. &c. Pattern was qa ejicSi llay. visited her uncle, John Bledsoe, Mr. M. E. Corbin's wife, of placehave plowed some. Mr. Jo Stoolts, a travk MUSLIN UNDERWEAR of Winfreys Ferry, one lay last ing man, was here Sunday. Miss Ethel Moore, of Purdy, near Dulworth, who is sick with week. Mrs. L. B. Hurt is spending a few ung trouble Went to the hospital was visiting Mrs. Louiza Loy, a Everything in Undergarments bought direct weeks with her paients at Lebanon. Mrs. Matilda Judd celebrated from New York Manufacturers, Petticoats, afc Louisvie jasfc gunday day or so of last week. Mrs. G F. S ults, one of Columbia's her 85th birthday January 18th. Gowns, Drawers, Chemises, Corset Covers, Rev- - W. S. Dudgeon filled his Mr. Z. L. Bennett and family milliners, is in Louisville this eek. Princess Slips, &c &c. She had a bountiful dinner and 's Mr and Jin, W. T. Ottley returned regular, appointment at Plum were visiting at Mr. R. L. had all her children and grand READY-TO-WEAR from a vibitto Campbellhvilie last week Poinfchurch last third Saturday iast Saturday" night. WAISTS children, also great grand childA. D. Purdy and wife,, of Brad- - and Sunday. He also buried iir. Mr. Acey Loy, of this place, is ren present 36 in all. $ .75 Values at fordsviiie, were voting relatives in twQ jn baptism 4$ Waker Arnod making a crop with Mr. Jack ' Adair last week. .00 Values at ... ,69 . Mrs. Valley Bruton, of Burkes- alid LiIne Harden. a Stotts'of near Bliss, this yeav. .25 Values at Mr. Harlan Hmdman Stamp Deputy, 93 ville, who has been visiting her Miss Dorcas Bottom visited 1.5.0 Valuas at is here from Lebanon, to be with his Master Ray Pierce was visit- parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. J.J9 mother, who . quite sick. This lot of Waists embraces Elegantly Trimmed and j Miss U.Q Ear6en ,agt Saturday ing Mr. W. L. Bennett Monday Koss, returned home on the j Tailored Waists, in White, Black and Colors. We Mr J. B Dry, of BradfonLville night and Sunday. night. invite your inspection. traveling salesman, was jieie uic iirai. steamer Rowena, Wednesday Mr. J. W. Absher has moved of the week to see our merchants. i Mr. J. A. Young, of Fairplay, night. Leo Baidauf, of Louis- - from near Absher to Mr. David came down to Mr J Mr. and Mrs. A' &. ' Miss Vernie Hadley and Orlie place Watson. ;neI1,s last Fl.iday night, and Ss -. .....,, t Pierce were married afc trip w . ..w TiiTri "" Miss .Nannie Russeil, of the L. brought his phonograph and ren- bride s uncle s TZ'air 1 last Wednesday Mrs. Eliza Wilson and her daughter. Miss Clara, have gone to the ISfountaim, W. T. S spent Saturday night dered some very fine music. 'at 11 a m The frrnnm id an in. jy i nj V JS W MX MX ts IkrNKINVNINICVJNVNINJ MN of Tennessee, healihbeekmg. and Sundav with her parents, Spvpral fnm this nlace attend-- . finefrmne -ti,n Rev. B. M. Currie attended a meet- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Russell. ed circuit court at Columbia. was a young lady who had many ing of the Board of Managers, PreachMessrs. David Harden, James ers Aid Society, Louisville, last week. Mr z L Bennett and family, f r nds in the neighborhood w well-know- Mr. S. D, Barbee sold his stock of ington are visiting friends and groceries to Mr. Hugh Richardson. The store is operated in the roller mill relatives at Clementsville this district, Robert Follis salesman. week. n n, RocRhouse Valley. &tgai WaKaBUHBK3MMEmMluzu-- - """ MM rmBMLXO! "fcTk Ernest Ross, iff MID WINTER Ifc WHITE SALE 1 ") ! well-know- n , j ' ! ' Gad-berry- J ' 1 i 1 ; jj I j ..-.- .., -- L" .v,-h- o j pr-:Hard- e's W m Russeil & - "IIZZIZ M fC ! Niy JV j ' .. j u:j. j I e r i a mule and it kicked him in his Mm. W". A. Kindmin, who lives on It's a big boy an Ike Miller's . the sick list.v Burkeerilie streat, is a victim of poeu- - side and broke some of his ribs. t.,.,,1 i.:u .! ii nj TLere is a singing school in muuiei uuu eiuiu uoing: wen. nonia, and baa bees a very sick &dy-- r Mr. Fielden B. Perkins, who Mr. Alx Hunter, wife andl& iur several days. progress at Tabor church, con- little daughter, Alexander, will!( Louner, of Moody, Texas, who visitod twelve months has returned to leave for Oklahorna, where they relatives in Adair county, left for their The candy breaking at Mr. M. his home. will make their future home. ? home Friday morcing. A. Morrison's a few nights ago, W. S. Pickett J. R. Tufcfc G. E. Nef Mr. Redford Bowen and little Mus Lula Allen, who is employed in Mr. A. V. Ross, of this place, was quite a success. U. N. Whitkwk W. B. Bradshaw J. H. r, a eellege in Mississippi, has been at oi layjor coun-- i sold a horse to Jim Ross, of jfc Directors none for two, weeks. She was com- ty, visited Mr. D. J. Bowen and Eld. F. J. Barger, of pelled to take t rest oo account of her Burkesville. for .$175. 7K filled his appointment at family iast Saturday and Sunday. health. Smith's chapel Sunday. Mr. W. L. Winters, who is to be the m"! ' Mr. H. B. Ingram, of Columk . Cashier of the Bank at Grady ville, and Messrs. Marvin and Acy Loy, day Mr. J. A. Diddle were in the office last bia, was at this place one Bliss, attended the social Eddie Smith, of Cumberland Antle last Friday and Saturday, (daughter, Monday. They reported that the bank last week and was accompanied of near Mrs. E II oe county, last Sunday. Mrs. Louisa Ley's a few would open for business the first of home by his daughter, Mrs. C. at d- -i l Mr. JamesIMcKiniey visited at ( Denroark,were at & Mr. Willis Bledsoe visited his ' February. nights ago. G. Jeffries. Monday and Tuesday. the formers father la ive daughter in Bowling Green this place Mr. Geo. R. Holt, of CaapbeUsviile, in the News from little The letter Wake up you Bell Born, to the wife of Charlie manager of the Singer Sewing Machine Mrs. Zura Aaron and EzieCun-dif- f a short time ago. Company, was here a few days ago. Walker,, the 19th, of January a Mr. J. C. Shirley, of McGregor, spent the day with Mrs. and come again. He called at the News office and voted Texas, a few weeks ago, was' Mrs. Alice Smith visited her Henry Aaron last Saturday. Mr. Marcus Woo idc 2000 votes for the young lady who re- boy. very interesting to the people of sister t Mrs- - w-- H- - Ross, of this sides in his native county. Mr. James Humphrey, who i new telephone line is ..being Miss Dora Helm of ' ' this place. Come again. Cager. plee. Mr. Jas. Garnett and Pror. a H has been sick for some time is run from this place to Creels- - tended the singinjr Ballard attended the meeting of Boone visited her Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pierce! Mrs- - Susie R last Sunday. Iboro. I Q. O. P.. Louisville. "O Defter TAro.r No wAfawieiHno-flfMr. . fthn Hpa.'wLui, Jnn aieaaoe, a iewi Monday nignt une nunarca apnucantt Mj. T Hancock spent last Mrs. Ada Rippetoe visited her s 0' WfSsTC UlUO'l W UC UIlLtClVCU. into UWIOIV ' son's last Sunday evening. Sunday night with his mother, Kni.;, grand father last week, Uncle LOUISVILLE accompanitKi her husband to the city. Little Miss Josephine and Mas-- J Mr- - Johu BJedsoe bought a Hut Blankenship as he is gener- Judge T. A. Murrell, who has been Mrs. Retta Hancock. ,., i,A stoek of flraods from R T CnnV 'i. n:u. ct White Springs, Pla , for the past aly kn0Wn' He is not expeeted Ulesl Qottetas Melvin Bault visited Denfey IV 2 ntAnths. reached home Satordav Ida John is building a new store . pleasant guests of little uv" j.1 .. .1 " "V a liuui. IV imu. nWrHt Hi wife and little daughter re- - Bault last Sunday. t ue "" cojamg w me iront Gadberry, Saturday night. j mainel in the South, and the Judge will Me8gra. W. R. Watson and A. Little Elva Aaron spent last CATfl h Ilke a return in about two weeks, to finish Shipping steer Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rosenbaum Friday night with, her cousin, Beef C. Wheeler sold and delivered up some prospective business. . Mr. Owen Biedsoe, of Prince- f steers... 3 visiting the family of J.'W. -s .. ... Miss Ada Antie. Fat Mfeis aad cms. - their tobacco crops to D. W. 1 ton, Ind., who eas been visiting Pierce last Sunday. OaUmrm Gowdy, of Campbellsville. at this place, returned home a Caanew . Mm. I.".- Additional Locals. The drummers that call oh our balls Obituary. few days ago. 2.' Feeder 4 merchants at this place during We Ire having very warm stork On December 25th, 1910 the . Misses Pearl and Jennie Ross On the second page of The News an 2 7." Choice nuieh eow. .... R3countof the death of Co! John A. each week are too numerous to death angel visited the home of visited relatives in Clinton coun- weather for this time of year. Pajcton can be found. He was a native mention. t Cc.tran to fair cows 15.K- - '" Brother and Sister George Kemp ty, last week. There is quite a lot of sickness . of Adair county, a son of Cvi. William Paxton. He wa rdaied to the stotts, Henry Collins, of Campbells-an- d and robbed it of its only girl, Iva tllis communty at this writing. Choice 1 t 300 ...., . Mr. Talbot Miller, of Creels-fi- n Hurt family of this county She' boro, has returned home. vilics passed through here a few Pearl, one year of age. The following are, Mr. Hudson Medium. 13o to Iff ' S days ago with a small bunch of was a bright little child and the T.t" Biankenship, Mrs. Mary Pierce, Roughs Otter & Co , of Louisville, gave a banquet to their salesmen n the 20th, fa cattle. Denmark. pet of all who knew her. Dur- Mrs. A. J. Loy and a little son of SHBBP LMWa of this month. A libt of their sales-- ) ing our recent revival at Picketts Best tetoha Mesrss. Jesse Absher and Dick Mrs. W. J. Perkin. men was published and their standing The health of community is Culk Mr. s. c. Nat, of wheeler made a in point of sales. spent most ofoui" very good business trip to Chapel we Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hann, of Fatsheep at present. this place stood second. .Campbellsville last Thursday. time in the home and became T5 lr llhn tttTArt vrtl rr Hyattsville, Ky., have come to ,, i QStMXl Tij.. j. iiiiiiy xiaiun wiiu ucio i I have a good Jack for sale, a fine very mucn auacnea to ine enna. Mrs. Osear Arnold visited her ,. ,cea, ,7 this nlace to make it vheir home. Wheat. r ueen cunnneu to nis breeder. Been shown five times and ior Lord, who does all Will have mother, Mr3. R. A. Corbin last May the awarded five premiums. Cumberland river is getting Corn... some time is very much improv'9 things well, sustain them in this him in Columbia at the March County Sunday. ' very low at this writing, though ed and able to be out again. Ur Mr. C. M.'Bault purchased of their sad affliction. After the Local MarK ?. J.'D. Sharp, Amandaville, Ky. Mr. Doc Barnes and family the boats are still making regular body was laid to rest Jack Morgan one sow and pigs. funeral the Mrs. Martha Roy. who was the wife to the farm they trips. in the- family burying . grounds have m?ved The following is the Loeal J&rkgtt of King Roy, died at her late home, in Consideration $23.00.-recently bought of F. L. Selby. Mr. John Oldham, of this given by S. H. Grinstod & Go., todays Chapel, where rests the White Oak precinct, last Monday Mrs. A. C. Wheeler and little at Pickett's ESSS We are glad to have them with place left on the Str. H. Harley, She was 4G years old, a good, night. sons, Ben and Goebel visited the sleeping forms of two other Hens 2fl woman. Christian last Saturday for Nashville girls, to await the us. Chickens sweet little jg) . daughter, Mrs. J, W. Absher Cocks 1 will grind corn at my mill every Mr. Geo. Dabney has moved Mr. J. V. Dudley, Glenville, first resurrection when the sleep..". StolfS Turkeys Saturday. I will also sell shingles, and one day last week. conducted a singing school at Geese A son' of Mr. Wayman Sin- ing forms will be awakened to into his dwelliug. have plenty dow for the market, either 7 Ducks Mr. Garfield Dabney has been Freedom last week. oak or chestnut. j clair's and a son of Mr. Bob Rus- immortality, to dwell with Jesus Wool (clear grease) E. A. McKinley. 12 Sm 'oQ' May God's blessing visiting his parents in Wayne Co. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Perkins sell are spending a few days forever. Wool (washed) 2Sito30' Mary Reece accompanied who formerly lived at Ono, have Hides (green) If interested in the Piano contest a with friends and relatives in be upon tlie grief stricken famiMrs. 5to6, little work for The News would result Feathers By their Pastor, 35to40 moved to this place. ly. neighborhood this week. by her little grand daughter, Ginseng in much good for your favorite. Every this 40c, W. Pangburn. G. visited her daughter Mrs. Mattie paid in this office buys 1000 votes. Mrs. Mary McFarland and Bees wax dollar Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Weth- 2S 7V.r,-.-u,- Miss Ethel Moore, one of Adair coun- ParaelI,;Char)es Bault and Jesse were visiting Mr. Jesse Thomp-'- j where she was reared. i ty's best yoing ladies, left Monday to Absher attended Circuit Court ioori .son, bunaay. .uiss Jennie Ross and her cous- - NtIN enter the State Kormul at Bowling Monday. last l Green. The gQcial afc m, Louiga LoSt..s in Miss peaH Ross win eaye Qn 7K James Shirley, k a pupil in the Mr George Hancock happened Jast Friday night was largely at. f the stean.er Reigh, Tuesday, for Baptist Academy, Csmpbelleville, has to a very painful accident one tende(L Bowling Green, where they will 7x returned home, his health not being day last week. He was shoeing very good. Mrs. Elizabeth Morrison is on eilter school. j TO THE PUBLIC On Wednesday, the 1st, day of February, 1911, j J , j ' I GRADYVILLE STATE BANK will open for basiows! All necessary equipments have been arranged ami w trust the people within reach of this institution w'JI be prompt in giving the business necessary for its sutceas-ful operation. Mr. W. L. Winter?, an experienced Banker, a man of integrity and fine business stardia?, will be in charge as Cashier. Every courtesy itfifri limits of 7ood business will be extended. Yours truly. W. M. Wilmore J. A. Diddle C. O. Uom 1 grann-aaujrnte- ' -- pMon ! JtLL? Z i i j i ! I 1 j ' j . i ! ! . nju ' 7 7 ' , r . ww j top-wer- e ... ( i ..-- sr-i r- . .- . i i ' ; , l ; , i j j j j i i. , iii T i - - . t J t ' I - ' !. ." -- 1BE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS isbeyoRd2any?possibility of dispute that when wool was free of The lounder a child cries the dutyathe clothing trade supplied less it is hurt. to itscustomers in a regular way It's all right to save money for $5 as good a suit as they must but don't squeeze it. now pay $10Ifor; and in all the But it is more blessed to re- higher grades of suits far better value was given. The clothing ceive than it is to deceive. It's pleasanter to be rich and manufacturers know because imposed upon than poor and neg they make them now." Justice had appeared before the commitlected. People are often suspicious of tee with a suit he said he had a man who gets there with both paid $10 for. Chambers said he had bought it at a merchant's feet. bargain counter. The tariff on Automatic machines have been wool protectsfan industry in this invented which will thoroughly country that gives protection to clean 3,600 fish an hour, approximately 22,000 persons. Of the offspring of insane peo- including all the workers on the ple about fifty-nin- e out of every ranches. A pension of $1,000 a one hundred are sound mentally. year apiece would require the exFor several years British ves- penditure of but $22,000. The sels in the South China trade clothing manufactures say that have lost money because of Ja- - the passage of the wool tariff in panese competition. bill meant an the Payne-Aldric- h England, during; addition of $200,000,000 a year to In Notingham 1909, the male deaths from can- - the clothing bill of the country, s those of f e- -, cer were Saves Two Lives. males, while in former years "Neither my sister nor myself might be they did not exceed three-fifth- s living if it had been for Dr. in 1908. King's New Discovery' not and were only one-hawrites I ; to-da- TheJ Roundup. Attention! We Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill TIMELY BREVITIES Australasia 3.2SS.O00 L ! & N. Time Card 7S0am 9:42am 10:01am j i An ordinary square miles. gas jet consumes as embraces an area of ' f r o ft O v much oxygen as Ave persons. pm Tungsten salts have been found to Stock ready for use. A large assortment of be valuable for Ureprooflug textiles. Train Louisvillb Windows, Doors, Roofing, Colonial Columns. o.24 7:50am Japan Is increasing its productici of 10:15 aro o.78 raw silk at a rate of about 20.000 furnish any part or all the In fact we can 6:55pm 420pm o.28 bales a year. l fa.22 8:15pm 628pm Wood, any grade desired, that is needed for About 600.000 penguin eggs are gath10:15am Jo. 92 732am ered from iiearby islands and sold Building or Repair work. It will be to your Nos. 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only. for food in Cape Colony each year. Interest to inspect our Stock and Prices. Owing to the ditiiculty of securing fresh eggs most of the mining companies In Mexico have their own poultry yards. Portugal is the most illiterate counColumbia, Ky. W. M. UlIIafaORH, Prop p. try in Europe. Three out of every adult Portuguese can neither read four First-Clas- s Table nor write. Last year the geological survey fixed Good Sample Roome i prices on 2.50S.G21 acres of public coal Feed Stable lands and classified 10.S37.572 acres of i Reasonable Rates noncoal land. Islands are now foe The Philippine 9 largest producers of cocoanuts in the KY X d of the whole world. About x crop is grown there. General Botha, prime minister of the u- Transvaal, says that never before in c the history of South Africa were there HUGHE s such solid signs of prosperity. company Norway has found it Immeusely profVETERINARY SURGEON BLINDSr itable to propagate the cod. catches of . 4 the fish having steadily increased each j year that fry have been planted. jK& and Door House Wholesale four-fifthThe smokeless powder factory of the X in Mexican government has been completed. Its annual capacity is 110.000 Send your orders to us for prompt shipment pounds of powder of the best quality. lf Explorations made during the last and good goods. II We appreciate them. A.D.Mc-Donal- d 4 -few years have led geologists to the of FayetteviHe, N. C. R. F. D. conclusion that the gulf coast of Mex211-2It is reported in the Sheng Hut E, Main Street No. 8, "for we both had frightful coughs native paper, that no other remedy could help. We ico has great possibilities as an oil Pao, a Hong-Kon- g X field. Special Eyes Attnelin LOUISVILLE, KY. INCORPORATED. that the annual import of human were told my sister had consumption. The Turkish authorities have forbid- Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any sur$ She was export of mules over a certain hair to America from China and but vour very weak and had night sweats den the from the vilayet (province) of gical work done at fair prices 1 am wonderful medicine comnlfitplv height Mon the Far East amounts to 445,- - cured us both. It's the best 1 ever used Bagdad. They are being collected for well fixed to take care of stock. stock ey due when work is done or army use by the governmenL R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec removed from stables. J. H COCKE, V. Prcs. U. G. HARDMCH, Fres. 735 in value. Shanghai Mer- jor heard of. "For sore lungs, coughs, An Italian soldier has invented light colds, hemorrhage, lagrippe. asthma. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RZ5IIBCE. sledge cury. hay fever, croup, whooping cough, all metal attachments by which a a ONBURKSVILLE STREET. few ambulance can be made in The demand for automobiles j bronchisl troubles, its supreme. Trial minutes from u pair of skis, an alpenstock and other military equipment. in Great Britain is constantly on by Paull Drug Co. At Felixstowe. England, a fisherman 1889 INCORPORATED ZSTABLISHED T86I the increase, and while the area lost his hook in attempting to land a Res. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone 40-- '. fish. Immediately afterward the same Wheat as Chicken Feed. of Great Britian is comparatively fish, with the hook in Its gills, was caught by another fisherman near by. of motor cars small the number Dr. James Triple! DEALERS IN England sent last year to French in use is proportionately greater Wheat is now less than a dol-th- West Africa 31.G1S pounds of beads so Dentist. in any other part of the j lar a bushel in most places, as to give the natives something to put on their strings to play with. But world. A motor journal recently There is no better grain' for for those beads England got about 1301 THlfiieeNTH-Mftl- N. worth of rubber. gave the number of automobiles chickens of all kinds. It is good JEFFRIES BLOCK The street condemnation jury of Miregistered in the United King-- 1 for laying hens and for growing lwaukee visited Liudwurm park in that COLUMBIA KENTUCX' city recently and condemned an inch dom as 203.227. chicks. A chick three weeks old of land claimed by a cement comcan easily eat whole wheat, and pany. The inch of land in question Arson to Cover Murder. nothing is better for it. It is was needed to give the city access to Sheet Iron and Tank WorK the river. . cheaper to purchase or save wheat In spite of intelligent efforts to reCorbin. Discovery of the bod-- i j duce infant mortality In the United ies of Warren Osborne and his at the present price than to pay States, the census bureau reports that reh 5 2 of ' wife in their partly burned home to cents a pound next spring nearly In 1909 wereall the deaths ported of infants under JObBirsG.WORK SOLICITED OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN " revealed a most unusual crime. for "chick" feed of your dealer. one year of age. and over JEFFRIES' BUiLDING. were of children under five. AU Kinds of Machinery Repairtd- Osborne's skull had been crushed You know what you are feeding While the population of Australia 'PHONE NO. 40, RING 3. (4.374.13S) Is very small In proportion in and his wife's throat had been when you feed wheat. COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY the country, Winter is a good time to fight to the enormous area of power of cut. the per capita purchasing the lice, and other insects in the hen people Is undoubtedly considerably rerpeurators or tne crime, E above the average of most countries of and the world. whose motive probably was rob house. Cold, bery, had scattered oil about the whitewash will put an end to the A bomb has been Invented by a Boston man for destroying Insects in Attoney-At-Lawork them together, The bomb explodes over the tree,trees. rooms in the hope of covering lice if disWill practice m a which their crime. But the building j Get the houses clean and keeP chargingover poisonous powder, branch. every limb .and settles this and adjoining counties. clean Journal of Agri-houn- The pervasive scattering of the poison failed to burn down. Blood-,theBEFORE YOU BUY Jamstown, Kentucky, : Is the chief advantage of the method. placed on the trail could t cuture See ourj24 GaugeGalvanized Combined Cleats and Cap Roofing: put on Announcement has been made by an American of the completion of plans not take up the scent because of like tin roof, without any nails exposed, and is better than any tin roof, for founding an entirely new city In DR. M. E. JONES Study of Farm Soil. a Steady rainfc.ll. without any'nails exposed, and is better than any tin roof. It will last a life Lower California, directly on the line of the new San Diego and Arizona Veterinary SuneonTand Dentist, time'without painting, We carry in slock V. Crimp and Corrugated Iron William Lyttle, a young man railway, near the old town of Tia The soil of the farm offers a Roofing.f Gravel,Rubber and all kinds of Paper Roofing. said to have been seen near Os- Juana and the international boundary. Columbia, Kentucky. never-endin- g field for study j Rosario, Argentina, on the river Pahome's home, was arrested as a rana. Is the second Important city of ' suspect and the police put him j order that lt shouId produce max" that country. It has a population of 9 200.000. With Its through a grilling examination. imum crops' Science and the aboutand improvements modern facili-a ties it occupies 116 EastMarket bejween First and Brook ' Mr. and Mrs. Osborne came to ferti,zer manufacture cad aid strategic position in South American Corbiri form Harlan county about greatly toward large croP Produc" commerce and ranks next to Bupuu Aires. For the purpose of makins the telea year ago. Their home was some tion but in the last analysis i t . imnffrll "ff acceana comes down to the farmer's own phone booth really sound proof a Gerdistance the highways. Special attention given to' T ,kitry. man inventor lines It with tin It observation and the use of com- - seems that the lining Is in every way of the Eye. Poll. Evil. " 1. and all Cigarette smoking is consid- Warren had sold some live stock mon sense on most efficient. The result Is that a other Diseases vrlili-l- i visits Pui..u Brutes. Vulgarians. his own f arm Its lias largo larn nearLMJ'Antle's shop on a few days ago, and it is thought German publication now advises all ered an undesirable habit j ' soiI is not exactly like thafc f architects to either use tin or alumini- Itoiuar Iloiglits. Office in barn. he had some money concealed in Tr,Q M0to olinc frnm n Npw for women in many countries. t any otner f arm an rthere is no um in the walls of houses generally hjs home. to deaden sound. York paper an item which is Of course women of the Latin rule of thumb which will apply. A French banker who died recently left a collection of G3.000 cigar bands, similar to many that have appear- -' races smoke and those of a con lne fertilizer manufacture fur- - each differing in some particular from Tariff Talk. . siderable part of the Orient do ed recently. 'nishesa "corn" fertilizer; but the others. They had cost him fifty "When the guests lett the am- - so without feeling that thev are years been arThe difference between the this does not by any means signi-pric- e ranged of smoking andIn hadnumber of a systematically Plaza last night offending good taste. ing room at the But in of clothing under' the pres- - fy that fertilizer is the things specially constructed cabinets. QIs to take their coffee in the Palm America the popular children, not caring to keep the bands, distaste for erit law and that which would be j for corn on any and all land. Garden and listen to the orchesIf sold them at auction for $4. women who smoke is pronounced, made under free wool is set forth the land is mucky for instance it W. D. Murphy, the celebrated New tra a woman took out a York artist, who has painted portraits . cigarette holder and and women who are so careless, in this Frank R. is a waste to apply a nitogenous of six presidents of tha Onited States, fertilizer. The qnestion of fer-tili-ts two vice presidents, several governors, began to puff at a cigarette at of appearances, or so desirous of j Chambers, representing the ambassadors and other widely known attention that they tional is the most important sub- men of the social, official and business Association, the table with her escort. world, has just "Her example was quickly fol- smoke in public are, whatever t said: "Most emphatically do we ject on any farm and it is worthy able portrait of completed E.bisH.remarkHarrl-mathe late This Is the only portrait of Mr. by three other women. may be said for or against the j dispute the statement of Mr. of systematic and hard study. lowed Hnrrltnan In existence and has been They were well on in enjoying habit, course vulgarians who Justice that the Dingly tariff has COurier-Journ- ai secured by Mrs. Barriman. Old Soldier Tortured cigarettes when the matter place themselves upon a level not increased the cost of clothAccording to a report from Hagen. their Germany, the German government has was reported to Manager Skin- with demimondaines whose ob- ing, and that durable all wool "For years I suffered unspeakable tor- commissioned M. Thornprikler. a Nethner. He quickly sent a request ject in life is to attract attention. suits can be bought in the United ture from indigestion,- constipation and erlands artist, to draw plans for a K. Smith, a new liver trouble," wrote to the four kindly to discontinue Women who are entitled to the St?tes as low as when wool was war veteran at Erie, A. "but Dr. as a world's city, with greater Berlla modeL The scheme is to unite Pa., smoking, as this could not be al- respect of decent people do not free of duty, and as low as the King's New Life Pills fixed me all the cities of Essen. Dortmund, Elber-felBarmen and Hagen seder one lowed in the public rooms of the desire to make an exhibition of cost of a similar suit in any part right. They're simply great." Try municipal government Th central thea for any stomach, liver or kidna y architectural feature f the preeened themselves. Jiotel." the world." On the contrary, it trouble. Only 25c at Paull Drug Co. ;itf is to be a monster form. i 0 9.-0- Mo.27 No. 23 No. 79 No 21 Vo.93 frain In effect Monday. Dec 31. 1SC8. SOUTH BOUND Lv. Louisville ab. Lebanos 8:15am 5:05pm 8:00pm 6:30 pm NORTH BOUND Lv. Lebanon Ak. 5:48am 7:32am 7:40pm 10:00pm j j I Sandusky & Co. WILMORE HOTEL a Sash,!.Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns oue-thlr- GEftDYVILLe, t ' PorchMaterial, Stair Work, Interior;; Finish, Etc. Sash the South. S. D. Crenshaw Largest y, I E. L HUGHES CO, 15 ffrr fr, A I , i W. T. iyne Mill& Supply Co. -E- t j jwmMmiGtfTs f j mACHiriisTs t j ENGINES. ECILERS, SAW MLIS. an GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS LOUISVILLe I ; SMOKESTACKS, : Br, S Bunbar one-fift- Bentist one-quart- er -- , GET OUR PRICES ON Galvanized Roofing a il o U Kerosene Joseph H. Stone, w ! yu m ds -- ft ; ! Defiles Bros LOUiSVILLE, KY. yj Wr.-- ,.,. lSmnKg-rrT7rrrTirir in AU ! I ' n from I Dts-eas- es ! The i j ( Adair County News . And gold-mount- ed testimony. Na-attracti- ng Clothiers, n. ' One - Year For d. $1.50. A , .' - jrt i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Avoid Wli( troubles peculiar to women, don't delay take Car-dun and successful remedy for wo that men. Thousands of women have used Cardui and been benefited. Why not you? Don't take any d chances. Gret Cardui, the old, reliable, remedy, for women of all ages. i, well-know- vou are sick, or suffering fr of the oft-trie- m It Will Help Yoia Ifrs. 0-7 J 40 "Luzania Morgan. Sneedville., Term..j writes:. "For ten T ciiffnrpn xrif h fha rnrn nf hfp arm frmI mnnv rnmomps hr VAnrc without relief. I had pains all over my body and at times I could j not sit un. At last I took Cardui and now 1 can do mv housework, m told many ladies about Cardui and recommend it to all sick m E&v women." Try it. I have AT AIiJj UitUU- . - fcJTUiCJUfcj .... m vmmmmkmmmmmmMf -- M& . .. . .iu How often is a fine nature who neither hears nor heeds, warped, a really good disposi- -' On the other hand a child that is tion spoiled by the omission of a occasionally encouraged, is proud few timely words of encourage- - of pleasing another, consequent- ment. A child receiving noth-- ! Iv is nleased with himself and ing but blame and constant scold- - urged to renew exertions to gain ing, in time becomes deaf to cor- -' a repetition of that praise so dear rection, sullen, defiant, and inito the human heart, be that the end one of those children heart young or old. j S)o"9)9yr iysiXxsXsSSXsSXa WEEKLY GOURIER-JO- UR HENRY. WATTERSON, NflL Editor Is a Nacioiial Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or! favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER--JOURNAL ANETHE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR M e of our earthly life beneath a sky The Editor Won. of cloudless blue most of the ELY BREVITIES i my time, or we can fill our lives' Thinking perhaps some of The editor, of che Hardeman old friends would like to hear with clouds and convulse them Modern needles came into use in Col., Free Press thus tells of an from the north, I will drop a few with tempest. The difference 1545. interesting experence: Indian ink is now made from burned lines to the News. I am not so will be determined by the choice We fell asleep in a chair a t camphor. far north either, however it is made at a crisis. I do not hold public holidays Russia lias eighty-sii north of dear old home. that any human life can lie free Grand Junction "last ,Wednesday in the course of the year. night o n our way home from At Barbados one can gt a ship for I left Kentucky three months from annoyance, errors and sor-agMemphis in o u r usual soaked almost any Eumimui port by waiting for it. and landed here, and I find rows, disappointment and adver-thi- s condition and let our train leave The sultan of Turkey once gave Gena fine industrial country. I sity will be the lot of even the eral Horace Porter a gold medal for have been in several different truest soul; but if the choice us. The hotel clerk 'told us to go patriotism. up stairs and take the room o n Cold, arid and wind swept Patagonia States, but I like' Ohio best of all jmade early in life be a wise some of the right side of fcthe hall with of shlecp iu the world the finest flocks so far. This county (Warren) is choice, then these things will be rostoffices have been established on adapted to farming and dairying simply a few clouds floating the lamp burning low. He said Japanese steamships running to San mostly. Corn here will easily across the disk of the sky, ob- he was crowdedjand Jw e would Francisco and Seattle. Zulus in tribal dances and hunting to one scuring for a time the brightness have to double up with a man. make from seventy-fiv- e scenes were a striking feature of We went upandlpulled off our Cape Town's recent celebration. hundred bushels per acre, and of its sunlight, but never mant'tis also a fine country for wheat ling it in impenetrable darkness. things and went tombed without The Chilean government maintains lighthouses along the coast waking our bedfelkw who was and oats. There is a market for ' They will be as the rain storms and in the strait of Magellan at an sleeping sound with a sheet over annual cost of $SS.7.!1 United States all garden products that can 'be that washes away the dust from hies hpnd nfF rh(a'?miic:l-ppfRp. gold. raised. As this place is near the petals of the flower disk and ' carloads of More than thirty-fou- r fore we fell into 'the Hiands O f sunflower seed were raided in a sin- Cincinnati, and the traction cars causes the blossoms that grow p, Illinote unty last year and sold ?a youg laay for nie(lieal inirn0!!ftj, or bird or stock traverse the section, transporta- - from obedient love to bloom with morpnus we Wn food. tion is handy. There are some greater beauty and being forth and young gentleman come i n Four hundred thousand of tu- :u j .u u.. tut; wmuuw. ,u j bereulin were distributed free lnat year factories in this county. The Pe- - fresher fragrances not like the ciiiu sit uuwii uy hy the federal bureau of animal in- ters Cartridge Company, at tempest that uprouts the trees in first they talked SO low we could dustry for cattlemen to use in tets for not hear what they said. Final- - tuberculosis. Kings mills only two miles from its March. The first and only telephone ex- ly we heard the little Miss say We may say now my school South Lebanon, is a large facto- change in British Honduras 'YA3 in- ry employing over one thousand days are over, I leave behind me Willie am t you ashamed to try stallcd at Bolizo . ino- - thp pnJl5nmpnt rie-h,. , , !., , ,. here Iwhere we being ordered and supplied from the i workmen. There are aiso sev-- , tne nonaay oi my ,.r me Doynooai to kiss me united states. :j.l :il: To the libraries destroyed by fire here, (and girlhood, and before me are bitung up wiui a aeaa persor eralcannine factories near We slowly reah must now be added that of the medical and large powder mills at Rocb-- , stands life with its stern battles section of the University of Toulouse. ester, a distance of two miles to fight and I will soon be flung ed over slovvly and3uched the which coma iued SO.GOO volumes, val- ?100J,000. u; i i !..i.:uitu 4.u wutiu lu iiidive my nose of the dead man we was ned atpresident of a steel rollin plant u t uut uie uuui hub tav.c. The ,ance fa northern Japan has offered to j)ro- There is plenty of small game way through with other men. m bed Wlth' and saw at a vide a house for a missionary and to up here, such as rabbits, squir-- 1 ihen let us m the days of our that he was dead all right. equip him for the work of evangelizing We r,z up instantly and lt was "s cooo employees. rels and quails. Four friends of sweet youth; when our thoughts The size of cattle ranches in Argen- , , .. .. . j ii uunung. are pernaps emDOSomea, among' a race to a finish twix us three Una is diminlshin steadily, thanks to mine anu myseii weiiL !...,.. the law of inheritance, which provides Christmas eve, and we had luck the hills or the rich valleys of for the bottom of the stairs. for the distribution of property among It is needless to say we was children share and share alike. rab- -' the rural district lay those stones enough to slay twenty-thre- e bits, two jack rabbits in the .of character that will support us first past the post by two lengths The most costly medicine a few years saMum. whkh sold bunch, and fifteen quail?. The when we shall have probably We didn't skeer that couple any !!?,letalIie for ?1.)0.000 a pound, but radium is gem of the railroad which runs through the said farewell to the scenes of our WUSer than the corps skeered now the priceless mnru Hm mineral trnrlfl spllin"- fnr nrira .i i.i con- an ounce. town is the busiest line I have childhood, and gone out into the us' We walKea tnrougn tne In England there has been ever seen. It runs from New; broad expanse of humanity to try to hJOUVar ana Wired tor our out an explosive proof electricbrought motor York to Cincinnati, and you can face the world as a true man or clothes byexpress for powder factories even the bearings being so well packed that hot gases hear all the time the shrill whis woman. cannot escape if an explosion occurs Novel Clock. within it. tie of those fast locomotives as In the foothills of Mount Tacana, a Pleasant View. they go flying by. Guatemalan volcano, there is an almost A clock that plays soft music inexhaustible supply of sulphur in huge There is a world of difference blocks, which is taken out from in living here and in Adair coun oifn n mW fmm fMa nkno not only to awaken a sleeper but to time by Indians, but has not time yet ty. Life is much brighter where attended the musical Association to puta person t0 sleep thus re becn iotca i The commerce of Venice is steadily one lives in a country of indus- - at Jamestown and report that it versinf? the usual f unction and increasing each year, though not in extry, and where he can see all was a success. The next session one that turns n the lights in ports. It is a large distributing point . ca- freight. kinds of machinery in operation, will be held afc Russell Springs a bedroom are recent ldeas j j, i for inland to Milan, Thetoproposed govis nal. Venice have a timepieces. ernment subsidy of ?2,00O,OOO, '? but there is one thing that Adair the second Sunday in Feb. Sir James Murray, who has been . .. .... - .. ic uViond in and rhnt- ie Vipr nrpi-Ihe enrollment ot the .fleas- - Photogranher ( who for editor of tbe Oxford finglfeh diction- South Lebanon, Ohio. j !" t I x o, , J , Gfty-on- e j I I J j .:j. tt fln-s- J ' J , t jj ; I 4. , j I . , , i i ! ... - tli-it- - I ' . ' j - - . f r 5j(8ss':saw Pickett Tobacco i Y she holds head so had been misinformed in regard ' relaX the unnatural Stern expres-t- o In attempting to establish an ostrich S to get an extension ladder to get attendance. sjon which men assume under farm In Abyssinia the original idea peep at her face. TiPMiSNBi IV 'a The contest in arithmetic of ' the ordeal and nowprepares for them. This did not prove successful. I have been to the Zoo in Cincinif you will give or send your order to this Pleasant View school last Satur-- 1 a second exposure) I shall leave as the birds nearly always died after nati, twice since I have been the pursuit necessary to get them. paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. () (3) day night was quite interesting ' the expression to you this time The Persian Rovernment has applied (5) here. Any one can see all kinds to Italy for military instruction, both The people of Grassy Spring sir. Punch. of animals and wild beasts from Russia and England having declared district want a trustee but how T: r extrava- - that they would allow the employment a mouse to the mighty lion. However speaking of of German officers only if an equal Yr are they to get one? Vote for Daily Conner-Journ- al, As I was never in any of the gance it does look foolish for a number of Russian and English in. . large cities of the United States, the man that will improve the man to mortgage a useful home structors were engaged. Lisbon has suffered worse calamities school law. . Courier-Journ- al, Cincinnati is the most beautiful in order to buy an ornamental than revolution. Plague has frequentYr Sunday ly devastated it, and in 1755 it was We learned that King Roy's city I have ever visited. automobile overwhelmed by the worst earthquake -that ever happened in Europe. In We have had several large) wife were just alive last Satur- We can give you a combination cut Dr. Woods Hutchison wants to about eight minutes most of the houses day night. snows up here this winter. I and upward of HO.OOO of its inhabitants rate on Daily or Sunday if you will wiite Mrs. Sallie Gilpen is poorly, tear aown ana rebuild rsew lorK w'ere swallowed up. will ring off now with best wish a lonS time we have In Chicago out of every 1.000 women this paper. 'the doctors say her lungs are city-Fo- r es for News. In the to from twenty-fiv- e thought it might be improved in twenty-nin- ace periodthe last count there effected. at Jack Bailey. were ol4 who were unmarried. In The entertainment at Concord that way. In Manhattan Denwr there were A Choice. In Minwas said to be a success. ' Pittsburger has! '.invented a and the ISronx there were ?TG. Philadelpneapolis there were JU59. Iu Mr. Frank Burton is closing fluid by the use of which each hia" there were SS7. (By Albert Bryant.) ' Children of American settlers in Critical periods have marked out his stock of goods, man can become his own embalm- - western Canada, though being brought up and educated on foreign soil, are the history of humanity ever( J. A. McGaha and son sqld ' er. Tell the dead one about it. still loyal little Yankees. They object since in the persons of its par- - their saw mill to Wolford Bros, strenuously to being compelled to sing The tobacco growers of North 'Rule P.ritannia." and the school au- ents it stood in Eden, and future b. H. Burton sold his horse, & Co. Carolina are Considering . t h e thorities in the Northwest Territories C. A. destiny hung upon personal, uave ueciueii iiiai itieir uujecuuus are Combest traded f()m question Of pooling John their crops to be heeded. As one of them put it. choice. For that old garden PROPRIETORS calves to Mr Pefc Powellfora "We want peace in Canad-on the Kentucky plan. ,. scene is of far more consequence The German Export Revue says that ' 05 per cent of the photographic chem- Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky. to us than history of a symbol, A Colorado professor says that Icals consumed by the entire world is because that old story is lived CHAS- A. BRIDGES Four Months Storage Free made and supplied by Germany. These .u Senator Joseph W. Bailey of lQlQ af Jjnno.n, u y .chemicals and photographic paper. Hcvie bcu a W.G. BRIDGES over and over in the history of m ' j jj une a neau ui i. l. American . shaking hands. La Grippe from ' films, plates, cameras, etc.. form an every man. Every man is an Trotting Hcrse Breeders, a n d fhp Important line in Germany's export grip as it were. trade. Not a few of the manufac- trial, e Guarantee lo Please you Adam, and Eves are just as owner Give us a Feirfield Farm near engaged therein export tori plentiful as apples and sometimes supplied With the Best the Market Affords f their total production Table Ky., has decided to! This aviation business is all el Mulk. the new regent of . Iasir j." . quite as tempting too. Meals, 35c abandon his breeding interests right but we do wish that coal Persia, is an oxford graduate. Nasir- Just as we choose when the and sell his stock at public auc- - people would quit trying o r SSTta f choice is put before us, and we 1S5S and after receiving part of his tion.- - Inability to give the sport altitude records. education in Teheran went to Bal-ilive lives of obedience to1 law or and took an Oxford degree. In the necessary personal attention disobedience. WeScan make our M. D. MILLEN & CO., Proprs The toll of death continues. It 18S9 he visited England again In the life's pathway bloom with flow- and consequent loss of personal is a case)f nip and tuck between suit of Nasir ed Din Shah and was Located on. Railroad St., one square east of L. & N. Station made K. C. M. G. He has held ers or bristle with storms. We participation are- the reasons the speeding autos and the dash- eral offices of state and has been Lebanon, - Kentucky. ernor of Kurdistan. Last year he da- may walk all through the- years given for selling. ing bird men. clined the position of premier. -- i mum im mm $6.00 1 "jm Vi Jf gilW kV the pretty girl up here m&mti i ' i $200 " ; ; i ?x?vscss(g5 e 3-'i- l. I Wareh ouse .I i INDEPENDENT BRIDGES J ! " ! ; , - uu-.coC- t- i 6io -- , -- '.., - I ; three-Lexingto- n, , ! MILLEN HOUSE. ot.e SS , ol - ?$ THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i T , Casey CreeR. Powell's. Mr. Powoll and wife who are in feeble health remain J. R. Tutt, of Milltown, was about the same. Thelhealth of this community here Friday. Prof. R. 0. Cabell left for is very good at present. Allen KeltnerSpent a few days Green, county, Thursday, where We have been having some in Lou ville, last week, on the he will teach a class of vocal bad weather for several days. tobacc market. music. Mr. Crit Collins, of this place Mr.-- . is visiting Ju4ia Baker Miss Estelle Willis opened is very sick at this writing. her daughter, Mrs. Mills, at school at Breeding Monday. Miss Mr. W. A. Humphress and Liletf wn, at this time. is a fine teacher and we son, Fred visited his brother, Estelle EfflpBE Ge v ge Flowers and family, of wish her much success throughJ3S Mr. W. T. Humphrey, of this Colu-)ia, spent a few days vis-t- out the term. place, Saturday night and Sun. latives here the first of i! $ Mr. McKiniey and wife of Rus day. nsn 89 I thu v .:ek. sell Springs, who have been at The party at Mr. Has Abels Me.-jrJ. D. Walker and Clem the e grandof their little was largely attended and all reIveiti :r were in the Cool Spring daughter for several days have ported a nice time. cornminity last Friday, on bus- returned to their home. Mr. Luther Perryman was at iness. Mr. Ike Willen's little daught this place a few days ago. Bank will er, who has pneumonia is report- - i Gradyville State mnjtwi "isv. yrrmu a k iriirTiii Mr. T Humphress sold a mulej'jQ Es ;r .' t v.an irwaassz'open for business the 1st day of ed much better. to J. L. Beard. Price unknown February. The Sunday school at this place Misses Mary and IdaMulli- - hg U. N. Whitlock, of Bliss, was with Mr. J. P. Conover as Supt. $-- ' nix visited Mrs. A. F. Scott Wed-- , here on business last Friday. continues to progress, but wei nesday night. Mr. Eugene Nell and Miss don't have as large crowds as we Mr. Harrison Greer, of jfLittle Ma,r;iie Bragg spent last week should. Every one come and Cake, visited her father at Jthis visiting relatives at Edmonton. bring your friends with you. . GMZZiVJ ft . iJCi. ajfcj place Saturday night and Sun-- ; acoatuasfeggrr muga& Mrs. W. W. Yates continues laay j y. day. mm'Mmmsmmi Rowss X Roads. in a very critical condition. Mrs. Bettie Mayes, who has Pff4? ,1 a i i.: Mi.-Florence Shirrell entered parous meeting ciuu been m f Qr some time is nQ befc. M school at Columbia, last Monday. at Liberty last Saturday nightLpr t tu: urr.;HnoJfiL Rev. Black, of Cane Valley, with 17 convertions and a great Mr. David Estrig is teaching a SSI spen- - one night last week with revival in the church. Bro. Jas. winter school at Roley and the Just Think What a Nice Prize will be Given Away. tyi C. 0. Moss and family. McKiniey greatly assisted in the pupils like him fine F Ills J. F. Pendleton and family meeting. Lucie Mann visited Mrs. Cora K Ben Selby died January the 8th are .siting relatives at Sulphur Richardson Sunday. We are well pleased to see the amount of energy that is Well this week. after a very long sickness. He L.Y0 j Misses Callie and Ella Humph- being put forward in the Contest for the Standard 1910 Kraus Q5?a was confined for two years. He Rijv. W. 15. Cave, of Columbia, ress visited Misses Mary and Ida Piano by the Candidates. Everything is lively and the Piano ran filled his regular appointment professed religion 22 years ago Mullinix Saturday night. . tL seems to be on the brink of a precipice with deep holes at the here last Saturday and Sunday. in the state of Missouri, and Miss Opal Wolford visited her EH MfeH bottom. You don't know which hole it will drop in or which J K. Sparks left here last joined the Methodist church, in sister, Mrs. Clara Humphress, ?r candidate's home it will be placed in. Friday for Edmonton, where he that state, was a faithful member EH3 this week. expects to enlist as a soldier for until death. He leaves a wife Remember that there are five Pianos to go, one absolutely Mr. W. T. Hendrickson was in two sons, 5 brothers and 3 sisnext three years. the free to the most popular young lady in this section and four oth ters here. Friends weep not this neighborhood a few days of Tne brick work is completed 23 ers at a small cost to the next four most popular young ladies. iHJJi), i last week buying hogs. prepair to meet your God. on 'he bank building at this Is your girl in the race? Or your friend? If so, you can help her Miss Flossie Hendrickson, who Mrs. Annie Morgan, the daughL it o place, and the carpenters expect .flvsi by getting votes and placing them to her credit. These votes ter of Anderson Hadley died in has been visiting her grandfath- tratcjj to fi iish in a few days. V? s Cumberland county last week er, Elzy Sanders has returned can be secured by subscribing for the News and paying for one M. R. Brown, one of ''? j? and was brought back here to home year, for which you will receive 1,000 votes, or 1,000 for every "We. J's prosperous farmers, was Bart Blakey's and buried. There are several families in dollar paid in for job work; or by trading with Russell & Co. who with us last Friday, and informneighborhood selling out to Dock Barnes has moved here this it ed u ; that he had delivered bis f give 200 votes on every dollar received on merchandise, IS will 1,000 votes for every dollar received on the jewelry" to the Will Row farm. Dock go to Illinois. crop of tobacco to W. L. Walker and which Miss Lucie Mann visited Miss & son of Nell, and that it bought this farm from Will they are handling. Li&3 Clara St?ton Sunday night. brought him $700. Mr. Brown Rowe. KTSEJ If you are not a subscriber to the News, send in your Bi'l Cook has added much to Lena Wolford visited Miss Vir-di- e is ore of the lucky farmers. He 3 at once and cast your ballot for the lady you admire. Woodrum Sunday. SIS sold his crop early and reaped a the value of his farm lately, he PO has built a smoke house and a If you are already a subscriber and are in arrears, pay up and reward. Mr. Ray Shively was in this mm neighborhood Sunday. do likewise. Mr. C. M. Hindman, of the woodshed together, l"". Jtv Oliver Hadley bought one hog Milicown community, was in our Misses Aline and Ester Wood-rumul-i- t a few "days, and informed from Willie Cook for 75 csnts and visited their cousin,Miss Elus that he had sold his crop of one from Jim Hurt for $2.64, so mer Simpson Saturday night. Hr,..lf tobacco to Thomas Dowell, of you see that Oliver has gone into Mr. Luke Wethington of this Mrs. Wm Duvan being of the;iru2T vasv an invalid for many year3 and jta n. the hog business. Miami, at 8 cents per pound. ylace visited his father at Ctem number. j appreciated the thoughtful A t this price our J. armers cerMiss Loracy Hadley and Sam mentsville Sunday. We understand that Mr. Joe Robt. Bailey who taught ness of her neiShuors. tainly could afford to .raise the were visiting at their grandpa Mr. Albert and Ella Hum- McFarland intends returning to Capt. J. W. Powell, Eldorado, ConcQrd lagt yeai closedhis: weed. last Sunday. phress were at A. F. Scott's to his old Kentucky home in theischool Saturday with an en Springy Mo., who visited here In the early spring months John Oaks got one of his legs Wednesday night. ' coming spring. tertainment. The children all about ten years ago. writes he is thn e will be several dwellings badly hurt to day the 18, whiter Looper says he is not performed their Dart well show. enjoying good health. Capt. Mr. Joel Bell Plains, Kans. .erected in our town. he was out hauling logs. far enough west yet. and is plan ;ing their teacher had spared no .Powell lived in this county till J , A. Diddle sold to W. M. Bill Blakey is bad sick this ning to travel farther west in pain in training them. Miss Flos-- ! ne was grown. When the civil "Sm ch & son, the near future a nice pair of week, he has pneumonia fever.. Editor News: sie Calhoun deserves special war broke out he enlisted in the Noting that my other letter Mr. Luther Blankenship and mu' 2S. Price not known. Prof. J. V. Dudley is at Liberpraise for the natural expression Southern army served as Captin finding the waste basket, family were visiting the for an tnrough the war. He also ty this week in a singing school. missed she gave. Joppa. I shall try and write a few more mer's brother, Mr. Ed Blanken-- j J. V. is a good teacher. Messrs. Cooms and Dixon, of went to Mexico and went items concerning ship, last Sunday. The health of this community The boys ran a singing party Virginia, are visiting the family through that war. He is now Kentuckians. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Helm have is very good at presnt. on Toll Wolford the other night ot Richard Reeves. They are 85 years old and still able to do -, First, I must say we had fine rented property in town, and inMiss Allie Garnett who is apu-p- il then tried to turn it into a party, thinking of buying land and lo farm work. weather for Several tend going to house keeping of the L. W. T. S. visited her Tolls wife .downed them. Go for eating. We are always glad to Miss Annie Reynolds visited nice Christmas trees were erect- soon. Mrs. Robt. Hudson one day last parents from Friday until Mon- them again Olley, God bless you .... j sr ana u... T J have good citizens come among ed in this section, and all seemed anu jreni T ivir. ivowe lvirs. week. if the country was full of that day. uto enjoy them fine, but Oscar, of Wichita, little son, Miss Mattye Young visited her kind of women we would not looks more like Christmas weathThe marriage of Miss Cora Albert Bryant who entered L. and Mr. Tom BlankenshiD ana have so many everlasting parties, 'brother, Mr. Charlie Young last er than any we had during the family were visiting at the home Brockman and E. A. McKiniey W. T. S. the first of the year is the churches would not have so tweak. holidays. The trees are all cov- of Elmer Wooldridge last Sun- - was rathe" a surPrise but not un" at home. His health beins ninr much trouble with their memas they had been lover3 he had to leave school. Mr. G. B. Yates and wife, ered with ice. day. and the Rowe family are exPected bers. Friends turn your parties visited relatives at Gradyville The people of this community A series of meetings are now spending the remainder of the for several years. May they Snn-da- y into prayer meetings and long and happy life is the are trying to get a new school live a iast week. in progress at the Christian week at Mr. Boat Coffey's. schools and then we would district. The board of educations, wish of their many firends. Miss Katherine Willis spent church, where the greater numMrs. L. P. Helm was the guest should see that the.school housi have much better times and the Sunday night with her aunt Mrs. ber of us Kentuckians attend. of Mrs. Josie Blankenship, last Eld. Wyatt Montgomery, More-- : is placed so all the children character of many of our girls land, will preach at Shiloh the could attend They are having splendid preach- Monday. Ellen Holladay. school Quite a would be much better and there ing, but not many additions to number of children around here Mary Young visited at cutting is the principal fifth Sunday in January Miss Hedge would not be so many mothers the church so far. Fred Troutman'has moved to have not been in school for a Wlr. Taylor Young's a few days occupation among the farmers with broken hearts. May the Mrs. Belinda Blankenship has here now. Hedge posts sell from Lawrence Montgomery's to live year bacause they can not go of last week. good people wake up to better three miles to school. returned home after a. several 10 to 25 cents apiece, and hedge this year. They expect to put Several from this place were at things is my prayer. Mrs. G. G. Reynolds, Mollie days visit to her daughter, Mrs. wood seasoned,, is as gooa as can out a large tobacco crop. ' Columbia Monday, it being Hudson, Mag Turpen and Miss be put into a cook stove. Please settle your accounts at once J. H. Smith, of Cicero. The: friends of Miss Sis Bryant Mary Lee Turpen Mrs. Bell Patterson and daughwere visiting for the year 1910. You .can see- me on There are many cases of bad ter, Mary Snow, have returned gave her a birthday dinner on at.Mrs. Mrs. Elizabeth Cabbel spent the Columbia square every Monday. MaryMontgomery, one " colds and laprippe around here, to their new home in Oklahoma. the 14th. Miss Bryant has been day last week. John B. Grant. day last week at Mr. Milton one Gradyville. . V 03 ti . lili'lSfet T- i-lfei Jill s. bed-sid- ; i i.- hi iMiTi.Bi 3-- -" - m BS - ii 3XeB5-3!&iBH3M- iAWwmmmsH88g$pmm - "TirrvrcX'ij-soiT3wt-3ic.'.-?-:i'ij.i.-i.Tr-'ZKi- r-- x? m . j m ww s -- v& ""---- v m um . cxj "RBs-.!fSfe;- s im t?l-i ursjjw i '''-ri:..Zv-'ai--'Zr.- -- - . l m ,w vf--i- g 3 m-ouie- r - Anxious Candidates are Working Hard to Win the Prize. j m j ryi 1 ! Sll m r 11 ..- -. i Mi sub-scripti- on rm 1 m i j . I "we-used-to-b- e" ! j ! X-m- as. I to-da- y : j i j ; cir-cuitco- urt. -