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The Adair County news: February 1, 1911 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1911 ada1911020101_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: February 1, 1911 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. '111 7 VOLUMF XIV t JSk S ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, mr BUM WEDNESDAY B B B" Bbttfc NUMBER 13 ; a Splendid Opportunity. v COLUMBIA, FEBRUARY I, 1911. Mrs. Harriet A. WalKer. The funeral services of Mrs. Harriet A. Walker, who passed away at her late home Thursday morning, were held Friday afternoon at the home at three o'clock. A large number of friends and members of the various organizations to which Mrs. Walker belonged were present and the Rev.' Claud Boy-e- r officiated. A quart' tte composed of Mrs. Frank Young, Mrs. Grace Lawris, Miss Viola Kendall and Miss Belsie Nichols sang Mrs. Walker's favorite hymns and Messrs. Erve Tyler, J. E. Turpin, Richard Leitch, W. S. Nichols, Jesse Sheer and A. D Poulson served as bearers. The remains were shipped to Forest City Illinois, for interment beside the husband and children who had passed on before. Mrs. Walker was the mother of Judge Edwin K. Walker of the Municipal Court of Chicago, and as a mark of sympathy and respect, Judges Fake and Heap attended the services and brought a large bunch of American Beauty roses as a floral offering from the Municipal Judges of Chicago Judge Edwin K. Walker, and Mr. and Mrs. John Peyton Walker accompanied the remains to Forest City. Harriet Ann Dohoney, was born at Big Creek, Adair county Kentucky, February 26th, 1841. She passed away at her home in Piano Thursday morning January 19th, 1911, aged 69 years, 10 months and 24 days She was a daughter Peyton and Polly Dohoney and with three brothers and five sisters grew up to young womanhood in the place of her birth. On October 5th, 1865, she was married to Mr. Henry Clay Walker of Columbia, Ky., a young soldier wno had served nearly four years in the Civil War. They soon removed to Forest City, Illinois where the new home was set up and Mr. Walker embarked upon a business career. To them were born seven children, five of whom died in infancy, and are buried with the father, who passed away December 7th, 1875, in the family lot at Forest City. Six Well Pleased With the Country. years after the father's death. (1881) Mrs Walker and her sons moved to and in 1892, to Chicago that she might further educate her boys, n September 7th, 1908, she came to Piano with her sister, Miss Kate Dohoney and has since resided here- She is survived by her two sons, Edwin Kelso Walker of the Municipal Court of Chicago and John Peyton Walker of the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern R. R. at Chicago; her brother, Mr. E. L. Dohoney, of Paris, "Texas and by the sister with whom she lived, Miss Kate Dohoney, of Piano. All her life she was a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and it has been her privilege to have been a charter member in at least three Churches. At the time of her death she was a member of the Englewood Presbyterian Church of Chicago. While in Piano Mrs. Walker was an active Member of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, Woman's Relief Corps and the Frank Henry Bible Class of the Baptist Church. 111., Lincoln, The Fifth Sunday Meeting. The program for the Fifth Sunday meeting at the Baptist church, beginning on Saturday, proved of unusual interest and was well attended throughout the exercises. Quite a number of Churches in the bounds of the Russell's Creek Association were represented and many abl talks were made concerning the needs of the various organizations. On Saturday night Rev. T. E. Ennis, pastor of the Church at Greens-burdelivered a very interesting address, his subject being Christian Fellowship. Sunday forenoon the exercises before the Spnday-schowere of special interest. At 11 o'c ock a very able sermon was delivered by Rev. L. B. Arvin, the evangelist for the Association. In the afternoon laymen, R H. Durham, C. S. Harris and G. P. Smythe were ordained Deacons, the g, ol ceremony being very impressive. At J. F. Jaudon, pastor of the Campbellsville Church, gave the audience a most entertaining, logical and forcible address, his subject being "Evangelistic Service." During the session Mr. Maddox, of Owensboro, Field worker of the Ministers Aid Society, made a number of .talks, telling many pathetic stories of old a retired 7 p. m., Rev. ministers. Sunday forenoon there were more people in Columbia than the Baptist church could accommodate and Rev. Currie, pastor of the Methodist Church, turned his congregation over to the Baptists 0 " and Rev. Ennis preached in that building. Rev. Currie also dismissed his congregation for evening services and all who desire to attend Church worshiped with the Baptists. The special songs at each service I were very melodious and inspiring. 2o If you - come to court, next Monday,, ev 11 not tauto.caii ac tnis omccanapay s. your subscription. m 1 1 vl The Educational Board of Russell The subscription price of the Daily Messrs. J. N. Coffey, Brack Massie County Ky.', will, on Monday Feb. 6 Courier-Journa- l, the greatest newspaand A. S. Chewning returned from 1911, at the court house in Jamestown, per in the South, is $6 per year or $4 Florida last Friday night. Jerome Hurt Ky., let the contract for the furnishing for eight months. We can send you the and Frank Waggener, who accompanied MANAGED BY ADAIR COUNTY of 200,000, bricks to build the County Courier-Journfor eight months and them, remained The party left ColumHigh School Building at Jamestown, the News for one year both for $2.50. NEWS AND RUSSELL & CO. bia about fifteen days ago and landed at Ky., to the lowest and best bidder. This is $1 50 less than you would have Brooksville, an orange country, but The Boatd will receive sealed bids to pay for the Courier-Journwhere most any thing else can be alone. until said date. Bricks to be regular If you only want the C. J. for four grown; and where investors arrive by. End size, at least 60 percent of same must months with the News for one year you the score daily. The Columbia party How be hard brick, and must be burned on can get them both for $1.75. This was taken in charge by Mr. W. A. the site for said school building, or if offer is for a very limited time, and" Fulton, formerlyof Bardstown, Ky., Week's Voting. not burned there, roust be delivered on should be accepted at nee. If you are who took a great interest in the Kensaid site, by the party furnishing same already a subscriber to the News renew tucky boys, showing them the best on free of cost, to the County Board, and at once. If you are not a subscriber the market. After looking over Brooksare to be ready for use on August 15, now is the time to subscribe and get ville the party was conveyed in an COUNTERS, J. W. FLOWERS, BRUCE MONTGOMERY AND ROBERT REED. 1911. the great Courier-Journwith it automobile a distance of five miles in The contracting party will be requirThis proposition is only extended to the country. Here they found acres ed to execute bond to the County Board parties living outside of the corporate upon acres of the richest of land laid off in forty and twenty and ten acre for the faithful performance of said limits of Columbia. The C. J. does Ballots cast in Piano contest to Monday night, 7 p.m., Jan. 30, 1911. this in order to protect the local agent. plots, Mr. Coffey purchased 40 acres, contract. Robert Antle, Chairman, 678 025 Nellie Follis, Columbia Mr. Massie the same number and Mr. C. Popplewell, Secretary. J. 520 525 Rose Hunn, Columbia Easter Cards Free. Chewning 20 and Messrs. Hurt and 478 525 Mrs. J. C. Browning, Milltown Waggener 10 each. They returned to Conover-Mo- ss. 399 075 Julia Price, Bliss I want to send free to every reader Brooksville where they all bought, . 367 700 Ethel Moore, Purdy of the Adair County News, 10 beautifour of them a five acre lot each, Mr. 311 625 Madge Rosenfield, Columbia There was a very quiet wedding at ful, imported, embossed, colored Easter Massie purchasing three 5 acre lots. ) 7 24S 625 Bell Butler, Columbia the residence of Mr. J. K. P. Conover, post cards, all dif erent, without any Mr. Coffey states that it is the finest 229 100 Rosa Bell, Nell this city, last Thursday afternoon when advertising on them whatever. country he ever saw, and' that the en218 600 Mrs C. M. Russell, Columbia I do this because 1 want people to his only daughter, Miss Bertha, was tire party is perfectly delighted with 194 450 Alva Knight, Jamestown know the high grade cards I carry at married to County Judge N. H. Moss,. their purchases, and believe that they 186 150 Ada Feese, Cane Valley The ceremony was solemnly pronounced manufacturers' prices. If you prefer will relize handsome profits in due 159 000 Nora Bradshaw, Montpelier by Rev. T. L. Hulse in the presence of beautiful Valentine cards say so when time. 157 100 Ella Conover, Columbia t relatives and a few intimate friends. you write. All I ask is that you send Messrs. Hurt and Waggener were so '. 151 875 Fannie Sandusky, Glensfork Soon after congratulations were extend- me 4 cents in one cent stamps to cover well pleased with the land, climate, 148 250 Mary Squires, Columbia Address, C T. Johnstone, ed, the couple left for the home of .the postage. etc.. that they decided to remain, clean 95 000 Louise Grissom, Columbia srroom. on Greensburg street. The Pres., Dept, 1 Rochester, New York. up their plots, and make preparations 93 000 Lucile Winfrey, Columbia bride is a modest and very deserving 2t. for orange groves. 79 100 Nancy Willis, Columbia young woman. The groom is a popu80 100 Ina Hulse, Columbia Mr. S. L. McFarland, of near DenHonor Roll For Corn. lar gentleman, now serving his first 72 400 Creel Nell, Grady ville term as County Judge of Adair county. mark, Russell county, who made at?".' 71 900 Grace Dudley, Glensfork That happiness and prosperity may tempts on his life, last week, is still .' ?.: .y. 70 500 Estelle Bennett, Purdy A new kind of school diploma is to be abound is the wish of the couple's many living. Since the occurrence, we learn67 600 Allie Garnett, Columbia ed of the two attempts to take his life. awarded to boys in the public schools friends. w 67 500 Rosa May Conover, Montpelier. . . He first secured a gun, but his wife this spring and next fall. The plan 67 225 Nellie Waggener, Columbia noticed his actions in time to knock the was devised by M. C. Rankin, ComSmothered to Death. 59 500 Mary Miller, Columbia gun from his hand. He then went to missioner of Agriculture. In each 58 900 .v. Lutcie Barger, Joppa the dresser, picked up his razor, and county in the State fifty boys will be Mrs. Mary J. Carlisle, who was a '.O'. ...?..' 56 700 Hulda McFarland. Rowena slashed his throat, cutting it from ear to selected to whom seed corn will be dis"Sfi" 56 100 prominent lady of Lebanon, the widow ear. Dr. McClinton was called, and Lee Vista Royse, Columbia by the Department of Agritributed zafcSK 49 500 of the late Co'. John B. Carlisle, met sewed up the wound, stating that his Bettie Loy, Fairplay culture. Each boy who raises as much 46 900 sudden death at her home about 2 chances for recovery were s'im. Mr. Helen Upton, Glensfork as sixty bushels of corn to the acre will ."7 44 000 o'clock last Sunday morning. The full Millard Guthrie, of Russeli county, was Lula Royse, Garlin be awarded a diploma signed bv the 'k 42 000 particulars of her untimely end has not here a few days ago, and he stated that Mrs. B. M Currie, Columbia.- Governor, the Commissioner of Agrir j:- 38 600 reached here. The information we have upon leaving home Mr. McFarland's Mallie Moss, Columbia culture, the Superintendent of Public 36 200 is that the room in which she. was condition was regarded as critical Mattie Hatcher, Milltown Instruction and the County School Su27 300 sleeping caught fire, and that her death Zella Fields, Breeding perintendent. In forty counties of Mr. R F. Paull is making arrange10 200 was from suffication. The deceased Valeria Turner, Glenville the State a special lecturer will be sent was a sister-in-laof Judge H. C. Ba- ments to build a large brick business 9 100 Mattie Gibson, Breeding ,. . to organize the boys into corn clubs. 8 500 ker, this place. She was known to a house this year. Thebuilding in which Annie L. Blakeman, Milltown In the other counties the County School great many Columbians, havingoften the Paull Drug Co is now doing business, Superintendents can secure the seed visited here. About eight years ago will be razed, and the new building corn by agreeing to carry out the plans out yesterday and told the stage driver Target Shooting. her husband died very suddenly at the will be erected on the old site, includof the Commissioner. The following he would be on hand this morning, but home of Judge Baker, this place. The ing the space ocupitd by the building overslept himself and when he arrived are the rules: funeral of Mrs. Carlisle was held in LfV7.4 "1. Each County School Superin- at the post office, the stage with four The Butter Point club gave an exhi- Lebanon Monday, Judge Baker and his formerly used as a barber shop. The new building will extend back to the tendent shall select fifty boys and fur- horses attached' were moving in a long bition of shooting last Saturday afterdaughter, Miss Sallie, being in attend- - alley, and will be an ornament to the a mile away. To a by- noon, which proved nish the names and addresses to the trot more than of great interest to ance. square and a commodious business Ccmmissioner of Agriculture, M. C. stander the coon remarked, "Dae stage those who witnessed the shooting, beLater: Since writing the above, we house for the Paull Drug Co. done got my trunk and a passenger sides fine sport Rankin, Frankfort, Ky. came to those who learn that the deceased placed a warm "2. Each boy will be furnished with aboard left behind, and i'se gwine to handled the guns. There were fifteen brick in her bed. It was hotter than ouertake it." An instant later a long entries, and shooting terminated as Mr. Hudson Blankenship, one of the one-ha- lf gallon seed corn. she supposed and the bed was set on black streak was fast disappearing follows: oldest, a fine citizen, who lives near "3 Boys shall not be over fifteen down the Campbellsville pike. A mile 'fire, and when her sister, Mrs. School Denmark, Russell county, is in a very E. O. White, lost four out of 20. years nor under ten years of age. ing reaced, her, she was burned into a out he heard the stage crossing a bridge feeble condition. He is probably Ewing Stults lost 23 out of 50. crisp. "4 Each County School Superin- a mile "ahead, "Den-- I knew de race' was eighty-seve- n years old. He was a . Farleigh lost 18 out of 20. tendent must get up a prize list to be on sho nuff," said the negro. Just as member of a firm that installed the Johnson lost 9 out of 10. At the Home of the Parson. given to the successful grower. the stage was approaching Cane Valfirst steam mill in Russell county, probBarbee lost 15 out of 40 "5. A diploma of honor will be given ley the stage driver was surprised on ably sixty years ago. Butler lost 35 out of 50. to each boy not over 15 years of age looking back to see his belated passenLast Thursday morning "Mr. Oliver Browning lost 9 out of 10. Pelly, son of Mr J. H. Pelly, this place, who grows sixty bushels or Nmore of ger approaching at a rate of speed Usi Notice, John Holladay lost 9 out "of 10. and Miss Mary Evans, whose home was corn to the acre." equal to that of a greyhound and smokDamron lost 49 out of 80. on Green river, accompanied by several ing like a tar kiln. When the stage On February 5th, 1911, I will adverMarvin Young lost 4 out of 10. Scene-S- ad couples, drove to the residence of Eld. tise for sale the lands owned by all perPathetic Parting. arrived at Campbellsville the negro Mark Holladay lost 3 out of 10. Z. T. Williams, this city, where they sons who have not paid their taxes for was still red hot, and remarked to the B. Young lost 16 out of 30. were united in marriage. The groom the year 1910, which will add $2 00 to stage driver, "Boss, I wuz sho gwine Ed Young lost 14 out of 30. is a very industrious young man, who each tax account. This applies to every Last Thursday forenoon as a drizzling some when I obertook you. " Jas. Holladay lost 8 out of 20. has many friends. The bride was a one who owes taxes for the year 1910 rain was constantly falling, a lone McCaffree lost 8 out of 10. horseman was seen to ride upon the very popular young lady in the neighAbout Fox Chasing. A. D. Patteson, S. A. C. square. He was wearing a slicker, and borhood where she was reared Mrs. Important. Glasgow, Ky., January 22nd, 1911 The bill for the Local Parcels Post is as he rode slowly from one business Pelly is a sister of Mr. Hen Evans and house to another, observing closely Editor News: Mrs. Ben Royse. It is our understand- now before the Postal Committee and everything that came in sight, even to The Adair County News has been a ing the couple will reside in Columbia. is likely to be reported any time. If On the first day of June of this year a dog that would occasionally put in an welcome uisitor in our home for a numthe bill should pass Congress it would The New3 extends its best wishes. appearance, it was predicted that some- ber of years, each article is read with the News will reach the cash system, benefit only mail order houses and and all subscriptions will then and would be destruction to the country An Old Lady. thing heavy was weighing upon his interest, more especially the occasional Death of thereafter be discontinued as the paid mind some friend dead, or there was fox chase. I believe the last chase remerchants. The bill should not pass. to be a serious separation, and the sym- ported through your columns was 30 time expires. None will .be dropped Mrs, Elizabeth Morrison, who lived Mr. John W. Moran had on exhibipathy of every bodyJon the square was hours long, and the measured distance before that date unless account has been presented, and payment refused. with her daughter, Mrs. Henson, died tion, last Saturday, a hand of red Bur-l- er aroused. It was finally discovered that run during the 30 hours was 5601 miles, In other tobacco, his own growing, that that the lone horseman was George T. and if it had not rained there is no quested words, all subscribers are re- Tuesday morning of last week. She to settle arrearage before June was about 82 sears old, and had been a measured 3 feet and 4 inches in length. Flowers, Jr., who was taking views of doubt but they would have made out familiar haunts before leaving for another mile. " I have been indulging and to advance their subscription. consistent member of the Methodist This is of unusual length for Burley. Wayne county to engage in farming; in fox chasing for 20 years, and the Failure to do so will deprive you of the church for many years. The funeral Mr. Moran procured the seed in Scott res- county. and as he bade old friends farewell sight of the fox followed by a pack of paper. We will not play favorite. services were conducted at the The rich, the, poor, friend or foe, will idence near Gadberry, Rev T. J. Campthere was sorrow in every heart, and fleet hounds in full cry, is the most exThe notorious Ed Means, who was in was a all fare alike when the change or sys- bell officiating. The the most kindly expressions for his ear- citing scene imaginable. In the last tem takes place. We do not want to sister of Mr. Al Stone deceased mother the Burkesville jail, charged with maand the ly return to the spot where the people 20 years I have owned a great many lose a single subscriber by reason of of Mr. George Morrison. She leases licious shooting, made his escape from generally live in supreme happiness. dogs, and my worst one would catch a the bastile a few days age, and is sons and one the thirteen years It is an easy matter to talk about leav- red fox in the open, or drive him to his enceabove, but credit system hasexperi- two other She was a fine daughter, 'Mrs. at large. He is the same man now who old lady and under the fully Henson ing home, but when the time comes to burrow in 7 hours. I now own a pack neighbor- sold liquor at Sand Lick Spring, this depart, the shaking of the hand is seri- of Trigg dogs that will catch any red proven the folly of maintaining the bus will be greatly missed in the county, for several years. iness in that way. We only want pay hood. ous and the words "good bye" hard to fox in 4 hpurs. for what we earn, and no more. Heresay. Seriously speaking, Mr. Flowers But a more important race is the one tofore we have not received it A For Sale. John Thurman, who lives m the) Is a big hearted man, a friend to every- of my friend James Garnett for Attorstatement will be mailed you, and then Breeding settlement, stated to the New body and everybody was his friend. ney General. , Mr. Garnett is spoken of we expect you to pay up, and advance Friday that he had just returned frofl As he rode out Jamestown road, in the very first terms in this part of your subscription if you want the paAn eighty acre farm, with good 6 room Glasgow, and that he found the tobao for his destination, many Colum- the State. On May the 27th, next we house, one mile from Bakerton, on Cum- market in that city brisk good prces bians could have been heard to say, believe the choice of the Democrat vo- per. berland river, mostly bottom land. A for both dark and Burley. "God be with you till we meet again." ters will be for Mr. Garnett. acre tract in Bakerton Sandy Hunter, of color, who lived in six' and one-ha- lf J- - H. Turk. the Flat Woods, and who was indicted with a good two story store, house and The Columbia Telephone Conpany He Caught the Stage. for incest attbe last term of Circuit barn. Also one hundred and twenty finished placing its cable wirs last More Yotes in Piano Contest. Court, ' left'last week, and would have nine acres timber land, consisting of Wednesday, and they operate toperfec-tio-n. probably made good his escape had it Oak, Poplar and Cedar, on Collins Horace Hamilton was in charge Lebaaori, Ky., January 24th, 1911. We will give 50,000 votes "with each not been fortSheriff, A. rD. Patteson, nrancb, near Amandaville, and about of the work. Adair County News: Sewing Machine sold at any price. We who was returning from Frankfort, and four miles from Cumberland rivar. Doubtless the greatest sprint .ever Call on or address, T. C. Goff, who accidentally met him in Louisville, 5,960 vsfes in Fiaw cte$t made in your county was that of a have then at $(2.50, $16.00, Bakerton, Ky. Ira,, .turning;him over to authorities there eich'ffeitar sjKtt in- - Mr ptreKy Jewelyoung coos this morning enroute to $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00,,. kst until papers irons nere couia De for. "Negro Heaven, Indianapolis." make en the market He was landed in jail here warded Several articles aad letters, were nec- ry Departsent. young'negro'had his trunk billed 8The tessell Monday. Ct , essarily left over for next week. al al THE PIANO CONTEST. Notice. A the Candidates Stand at the of Tenth al - -- w a T . en-rou- te ,$.00' tk y fr ,- -i T'-- H Wtl V' L .n-- r W f 'c 2' Report of Dr. U. L. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS A Human Cork. Knott, Letcher, and two adjoinTaylor, Health been better attended, but unfort- - have taken much pains to find MILITARY ACCURACY. unately, they were not. Where out about the school children in ing counties skiring the state of Officer. Bathing in Great Salt Lake is West Virginia. It is intimated Exactness In Keeping Tab on the about 5,000 pupils ought to have the county, and out of the 5,000 Movements of Soldiers. Flights of that the timber in the purhase is We hear much of the perfection of 1911 been found, I found only about in the county I have heard of on- a unique experience. Columbia, Ky., Jan , 13, military organization abroad, but it Is To the Adair Fiscal Court: 2,000. One reason for the slim ly six deaths during the last year, steps lead down into the water worth more than $100 an acre. doubtful whether any foreign war ofGentlemen: When a court or attendance was, that about twen-t- v and four of these were in one from the interminable platform ne coal running in average fice follows with an accuracy greater than that displayed by our own war any body else, employs a man to of the sceools had been sus neighborhood, three in one fam- along which the bathhouses are veins of 7 feet is considered the department the movements of its ofdo a piece of work in any partic- pended on account of diptheria ily, and all of typhoid fever. situated. The water is quite best and finest for coking purpos- ficers. The following Is an interesting case in point: ular time, they ought to have and scarlet fever. When you Three had died before the health shallow at first, and you fine rare es in the known coal world. A yonng army officer who has seen service in this country and in the east some particular means of know- have to suspend a school on ac- officer had been notified of the enjoyment for a time in wrigRailroads are to be construct- was once with a scouting party In Ariof any sickness it takes the existence of the disease: If the gling your toes about in the salt ed and soon that section will be zona. After two weeks in the desert ing whether the particular work count his squad came to the h?s been done. As the court has school a long time to get back to Fiscal Court will . do justice by that forms the bottom in place of a busy beehive of industry teem small station. "Within railway near a ten minutes a not asked me any thing about it, its former standing. The schools me I can do more for the county accustomed sand. You are ob ing with prosperity and blessed telegram from Washington was brought to him by the station agent. I have concluded to make a re- visited before the suspension, the present year, than I have liged to wade out some distance peace. It asked If the officer wished to be port to them of the work that I made a little better showing than done in the past. I am terribly before you experience the pecutransferred to one of the new artillery A little girl who had been to regiments then forming. have done during the last year, they had for a year or two past. in earnest in this matter. liar buoyancy of the lake. First, He answered by telegraph that he and let them see from this re- But there is something radically you feel your feet' trying to swim Sunday school a number of would be glad to enter either of them. Respectfully yours, Tnen Itn nIs S(iuad be set or sato port whether or not I have been wrong in the matter. There is a U. L. Taylor, Health Officer. from under you. You find it times and the theater on numer - across the desert. faithful to my trust, or the trust general carelessness pervading more and more difficult to walk. OUS Occasion was taken to church It was sis days later when they the stck from fj)"?--, th3which "P reposed in me. I have been the whole public school question. Punishment Will Prevent Crime. You begin to float in spite of for the first time by her nurse. ' af miles at working now for two years in The parents are careless, the yourself. Then you realize that Upon her return home h e r they had previously crossed It. but theocL-oko- - V,, ckfl Q,w oncers repiy irom me war aeparcaim cujvfj mrnf irna nteniHnp him . It had been you are nonsinkable. You can.t mnflmi the interest of the public health, children are careless, the trus.. . .. 0 When a man is killed there is ...,: 4u,, telegraphed to every station within me aei vices. and I have been remarkably tees are careless, and while about an outcry, not pgainst murder, sink if you want to. Throw your200 "Weil" she answered I diden't A miles. striking instance of accuracy busy. The law says that every $20,000 are being paid out each more self on your back or sit down or but against "carrying concealed occurred after the same officer's transhouse where a consumptive has year for the education of the deadly weapons." try to swin, and you bob about care for the services at all. fer to the east. He was traveling died, shall be fumigated before children of the county, very few like a rockingchair in a freshet. A man got up and talked for an home on leave, and, as the regulations The offense, the danger, the require, he it is occupied by any body again. of them are getting the benefit evil is not in carrying a pistol, You feel as though you had hour and never said a thins- fun - of the day,had notified the department hour and probable route year before last to do of the money. I gave talks to concealed or revealed, but is in been turned to cork. You can't ny. No one laughed during the of his journey. After he bad been on I started for help looking at the phenomenon entire time he was saying things. 'JV the fsht ?om? with asmf this thing, and I fumigated 30 the children as I went around or. using the weapon. The audience got SO tired Sitting gram, asking if anv one of his name houses. Last year I fumigated the subject of the pnblic health. The way to stop lawless men subjectively. You don't see that that it stood up and findHy it got' 28, and not a single house where Talked to them on sanitation, from carrying concealed weap- there is anything peculiar about so Mm to detached duty. tired standing it sit down. I fumigated the year before. In ventilation, and the direful re- ons is to punish them when they the water. It looks and feels . Exactness of detail could not be car- The people just kept doing this ried much furtLer The war depart. the first year nine of the 30 were sults springing from the use of use. or try to use, the weapon. like other bathing water until ment knew colored people. I gave talks to tobacco and whiskey. I took you get some of it in your eyes all the time. There was singing sigmiicunt the whereabouts of an inseconu lieutenant even Why do murderers flock to our the colored people on sanitation particular pains to see whether shores? Because in this home or in your mouth. Then you and the singers stood still and when he was traveling on leave of absence. Xew York Herald. and ventillation, told them to any of the pupils were suffering of the free and the land of the wish you hadn't come. Ocean wa? never danced once. That spoiled put windows to their houses and from eye strain, or any thing brave we do not punish murder. ter is sweet in comparison. In that. Instead of haying tickets A SNAKE STORY. they passed around a plate and live much in the open air, and like consumption. I called the America is not the home of fact, the chemist tell us it is The Reptiles Were Frozen Stiff, but the people dropped in money. the last year I fumigated only teachers especial attention .to the free. We arxe ruled by men eight times, less salty. That Didn't Harm Them, They diden't seem to care any naturalist once told how in three colored houses- - Whether these things. When a child is who kill; we are intimidated by You can't drown in the lake by tnicKet on a mountain side ne saw a sinking, but you can be suffocat- more tnan 1 did because no oneirT, kill a rattlesnake. He beat the it was from my talk or some- seen to be holding its book too them, terrorized by them. man put in much. In the future the life out of it with a club and contin-1'j.ithing else, I leave you to judge. near to the eyes, it is an evidence xlqCl the pounding is not the home of the ed to death, which is just about it was mangled girl is to be treated to morebeyond reCognition. till when the nat-I fumigated the first year about that something wrong is going brave; if we were a race of tru- as uncomfortable and undesira church and less theater until her uralist remonstrated the man said. 10 houses where persons had died on, and the teacher should make ly "Boss, you can't kill a rattlesnake too brave men we would punish ble. We found signs every from typhoid fever, the lost only haste to break up the habit, for crime, stifle mobs and protect where, warning us against being mother gets over being hornffed dead." pritfniom nf wliaf. frtmcnirJ On one occasion a boat bound for five. The first year I fumigated at the beginning it is nothing too talkative or too frolicsome in nf ViPr the United States from Rio de Janeiro men, women and children from ed in the sacred precincts. touched at Pernambuco. where the 15 houses where children but a habit. If I had met with violence about Hear the water. When we came out and brutality. mate drove a bargain with a snake had died from diptheria. This a teacher with unmistakable what Andrew D. White has to we brought with us large dedealer for a half dozen reptiles of vari-- , Character in Finger Nails. jus sizes. year not near so many have died, systems of tuberculosis, I should say about America as the refuge posits of salt on our skin. As The mate had them in a cage on but I undertook to set in order nothesitate to take stepe to have of the murderers from all quar- the water evaporated we found One of the latest society fads is a?d cnarsedf a fUo Jith toe duty of washing It sea all the houses where diphtheria that teacher relieved of her or ters of the world: ourselves covered with white caracters by the finger ter every evening. All went weU as had been, but the task was so his job. l tt" , A great host of acomplished crystals. Only a strong shower nails. Here are some rules: before the gulf "2U? was the great, I could not keep up with It is the hardest matter in the European anarchists and crimi- bath of fresh water or a good Long Nails When they are crossed the sailor left a quantity of water in the cage, and about thirty the work, and my salary was so world to get the public to inter- nals is shortly coming to this clothes bush can put you into fit . long the person IS good - natured hours from port a biting gale struck small I could not afford to hire a public country to join the thugs, yegg-me- n condition to dress. The Travel but placing little confidence in th?,fh,!p" itself in the est busy with the man to help me do the work. health or the public school ques'All hands werewere forgotten. storm. ' and blackhanders who al- Magazine Others. When and the snakes The county has had a very wide tion. The Superintendent of ready enjoy American hospitalthe mate thought of them and went to Bear this in Mind. Narrow Nails The person ' look after their condition he found spread epidemic of diptheria dur- public schools, Miss Pearl Hind-ma- n ity." apparently as with such nails is desirous of at- -' them frozen stiff and doornail, ing the year 1910, and it kept dead as the proverbial 'Very few persons are aware of Dr. White urges the immediand myself, had bills struck, taining knowledge in the SCienc- - The dealer for whom the mate had all the doctors busy to keep the the fact that the state of Kenand scattered over the county, ate passage of laws to bar from brought them came on board the fol- children from dying. I could announcing our coming, insist- the shores of the United States a tucky has established in the city es but is never at peace lowing day. He professed great dis- with her neighbors. appointment over the loss of his In- not get the druggists to keep the ing on of Louisville an Immigration the parents and the peo- flood of undksirables, who, he Npvpr employ a penKmie t O ended purchase, but offered to. take remedy with which to cure dip- ple coming to the snakes away as a kindness to the our meetings. We declares, will hasten hither as Bureau engaged in the work of clean the nails. A Soft Stick mate. He gathered them In his arm3 theria, and I took the responsi- very rarely got anybody to come soon as England expels them. bringing desirable immigrants like so mu.ch firewood and carried rounded not pointed should b ethem home But a rival deaier bility to buy it myself. By the 10 here and securing employment I think was the largest con- He says: This should be also employ- - ard told the officer that plenty of use of the antitoxin I haven't a gregation we got together outfor them upon their arrival in , warm water had resuscitated the "In the United States, the ed to push down the flesh Which 8nakes and that they had been sold doubt that the lives of fifty chil- side of the schools. One trustee number of murders during the the state. This Bureau has t0 TarIous museums not a bit the worse Of the nails. dren have been saved. I bought was the only one we had at our year just closed was 8,975, an in- working arrangements with the grows at the base for their "death" by freezing. Har- Broad Nail They who have per's Weekly, during the year, 181 doses of an- meetings. I am in favor of a crease of 900 over the year pre- government officials in New their nails broad are of a gentle titoxin at a cost of $261 dollars, Tho Ambulant Barber. York City, and is preparing to strict compulsory school law, one ceding. Only one in eighty-si- x disposition bashful and afraid Of1 Paris, like Peking, has its ambulant and this was given to about one that has penalty enough attached was capitally punished. The furnish men for service upon apbarber. Armcu witn a uiue dox, confifty patients, and to it to make the people stand up number of murders in the Unit- plication or if requested to do so. speaking before their superiors, taining the necessary apparatus, razor. hundred and soap, scissors and servi- every one of them recovered that and take notice. Parents have ed States is to the number in En- In view of the scarcity of labor o r indeed, to anyone without badgerhebrush, exercises his calung on the ette. hesitation and a downcast air. banks of the Seine. All the bargees, had the medicine in time, and no moral right, and they ought gland as 116 to six." and the difficulty experienced by navvies and quay laborers are his cliby in time is, before to what I mean the farming community in securents. "Figaro" seats his patient on have no legal right to raise up If we will will ponder this Saves Two" Lives. the pavement, covers his knees with a the child was almost dead. Phy- children in ignorance in the com- last paragraph and act on it; if ing help necessary in the raising newspaper and for a sou shaves, cuts nor myself might be "Neither sicians used to be afraid to be munity after the state has made we will hang men who kill their of crops, it would be well to bear living my sister had not been for Dr. his hair and gives a human appearif it ance to the tramps and others who called to see a case of diptheria, such bountiful provision for fellow men, do it surely, do it in mind this Bureau and com- King's New Discovery ''writes d intrust themselves to his care. N. C. R. F. D. of because there was no known their education. municate with it when in need of No. 8, "forFayetteville, frightful coughs Jesus said up- swiftly, mark the man as a brute we both had Odds remedy, and almost every case on one occasion, He that knew and give no time .for heroics, hands to work on farms. Any that no other remedy could help. We TJncle Jim, an and Ends. driver in old negro died, but now they go see them not the law and did things wor- give no more consideration for citizen of Kentucky can seek in- were told my sister had consumption. Richmond, Va.. had some ladies to She was very weak and had night sweats drive through the cemetery. He took as readily as any other sort of thy of stripes, shall be beaten repentance than the murderer formation and secure help but vour wonderful medicine comnletelv them round and showed them thenota- ble eraves and monuments and then case. I had but one case of with few stripes. But he that gave to his uictim, we need not through this Immigration Bureau curedusboth. It's the best I ever used ' dr,ove that part of or heard of."For sore lungs, coughs, smallpox during the year, and knew the law and did things wor erect bars against immigration. free of all cost. the derelicts were interred, colds hemorrhage lagnppe, asthma, who are burled herer asked a lady that was in the extreme north thy of stripes, shall be beaten If the murderers did not feel hay fever, croup, whooping cough, all In the partv don.t tnink T ever Immense Land Transaction. bronchisl.troubles, its supreme. Trial was nere before." ern part of the county. It was with many stripes, or in other safe they would not come to bottle free. 50c and S1.00. Guaranteed "OK, replied TJncle Jim, "odds and .a mild case, aud was not permit- - words a bird that can sing and America. A gigantic la n d by PaulIDrug Co. ends, missus, odds and ends!" Pltts- Jackson. burg Press. ted to spread. I was called to won't sing should be made to But the danger from the im- deal involving the expenditure of )arksville upon two occasions sing. ported murderer is small com- more than $50,000,000 and the How She Knew. In an address .before the annu- ! ! ! ff j l I d v "" - aa I SSTSfuSdSa I ! . . .. ... ! A-mer- ica , .i . i j if ; wa-readi- I "? , t long j I ' after-use- d. i , ; ; I to-da- y, A.D.Mc-Donal- ' j t J j I tdabate nuisances in the shape ofbld filthy ponds. I had no trouble in getting things set in ordeV I visited during the year )0 schools and talked to tne learners ana tne pupils on the subject of the public health. I have ben trying to lay the foundatioiof the public health Now what is the result of all pared to the murderers who are this work? What advantage has developed here at home. Shut it been to the health of the peo- out all we know to.bjmurderers; v murder: ple? Much in every way. So all who contemplate far as our town is concerned, the but do not protect the home mardeath rate has been lower than ket murderer. Louisville Post. any other town of its size. In A young woman in Madison-vill- e the Columbia graded school disK y., committed suicide inths pubuc schools. I would trict out of about 360 in school have been more successful in age, there has not been a single because rhumatism prevented this work, f the schools had death in the last two years. 1 Her playing the piano. purchase o f 1,100,00 acres o f al meeting of the National Civic wood coal and lands in Kentucky was closed at New York city. The purchasers are immense banking and capitalistic interests of Amsterdam and Holland. The price paid the Kentuckians for thsir lands averaged about $50 though the ultimate cost is figure-e- d at closer to $60 an acre. These lands lie i n Brethitt i trusts as a muiisiruus sham." According to him the the "Will you have some fresh mus- astea the hostess sweetly.' j Federation at New York city, , "es," faltered the guest. if you're quite sure they're mushrooms and not Samuel Untermyer attacked the toadstools." government's attitude rnronrrl I "Oh, I'm quite sure," replied the hostess. "I opened .the can myself." i. ! rooms;... t f Detroit Free Press. large and "vicious" corporations Little Bob (just started In school) Uncle Harry, what Is the bird witk the go unmolested while "the little biggest bill? Uncle Harry (who te still fellows are being pursued with a thinking of the night before) A quail, boy: a quail on toast Judge. brass band and the greatest my press bureau ever put in action." In general, pride is at the bottom o til great mtatake. KbbUb. The Big Bill. M "" t t ' .. - ?- - -- W.s2! XL,' lfe&V'A .1 " i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE LOUISVILLE TIMES emergency. Yet according to Herbert Longfellow, chief of the FOR 1911 g United States Volunteer corps, in the Designer, BRIGHTER, BETTER, not only women, but children BIGGER THAN EVER are braver than men. He is quoted as saying: THEJREGULAR PRICE OF "It has been my experience THE LOUISVILLE TIMES that women and children are more heroic than men. They IS A YEAR. are more impetuous. A man thinks of his responsibility, of those dependent on him, and of If YOU WILL SEND YOUR? ORDER his own personal Women and children think of TO US, YOU CAN GET nothing but the human life in THE ADAIR COUNTY peril. They act on the moment so quickly that fear has no chance to sway them at all. It NEWS is in the nature of things that men are more frequently at the AND post of danger. Yet when opLOUISVILEE THE portunity presents itself a far larger percentage of women and children will risk their lives. TIMES Heroes are not those who delibYEAR BOTHJONE Heerate upon their chances. roes are those who rush to the FOR ONLY rescue without considering themselves at all. This women and THE LOUISVILLEITIMES is children do." the best afternoon paperfprinted Old Soldier Tortured anywhere. "For years I suffered unspeakable Has the best corps of corres- ture from indigestion, constipation torand liver trouble," wrote A. K. Smith, a pondents. war veteran at Erie, Pa., "but Dr. Covers the Kentucky field per- King's New Life Pills fixed me all right. They're simply great." Try fectly. them for any stomach, liver or kidney Covers the general news field trouble. Only 25c at Paull Drug Co. Life-Savin- small cost o f maintaining the sow. ( 2 ) In their fine vigor- A FAMOUS PICTURE ous condition all winter long. It has always been maintained (3) In the vigorous even characthat women were more courage- ter of "the pigs aud almost entire Rosa Bonheur's Stirring Masterous at stahding more physical absence of milk fever or trouble piece, "The Horse. Fair." pain than men, but it is a new with milk flow in the sows. claim that that they are braver, We urge upon our readers that A PRIZE THAT FRANCE LOST. more careless of their own safe- they give this subject ty quicker to act than men in an thought it certainly deserves. Ex The Artist's Native Land Permitted Women Braver Than Men. Special Clearance Sale Of Carpets and "Rugs During the winter months make a visit to'our store a ' , most profitable one. IRRESISTABLESLOWIiPRICES must help us to clean up all Limited Lots, Discontinued Patterns and Remnants in a short spacelof time New Spring Goods are crowding in and weSneed f the room greatly. When in LOUISVILLE, do not fail to Investigate our offers ' the -- In Olden Times. T the Great Canvas to Find a Home In This Country The Story of the Painting and Its Replicas. t One of One of our girls asks how the young people of long ago used to get together and have a g o o d time. She says it is impossible to get u p social features $5,00 It M well-bein- g. politan museum in New York is Rosa Bonheur's stirring masterpiece, ''The Horse Fair," a picture which for its irresistible movement and living portraiture of man's most useful friend holds a unique position In the annals of art and the affections of lovers of paintings. Few, however, are acquainted with without expensive refreshments the intimate history of- - that notable which ever one cannot afford. In canvas, and fewer still are aware that the olden times there was always there are no less than five horse fair pictures in existence. The one in New singing schools! 'spelling bees York is the original and, It will be rechurch gatherings not the least membered, was first the property of A. T. Stewart and then purchased for the attractive among which was the Metropolitan by Cornelius Vanderbilt weekly "mite socity" the finan- for 2o0,000 francs. It was painted in Paris, the models cial result of which served to swell used being the horses of the Paris Omfew and the church funds considerably nibus company horse amarket animals studied at the of the while they afforded the young French capital. It was first exhibited at the salon of 1S53, but went back to people as well as their elders un- the artist unsold. A part of the further history of the limited opportunities to get acfamous painting is recorded by Ernest quainted. There were the Gambart in his manuscript memoirs, which have been freely drawn upon candy- - pullings, for the "Reminiscences of Rosa Qld-fashion- ed the chief glories of the Metro- Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Incorporated Centrally located. Market St. bet. 5th, &!6th, St. X4! X&3&S$ FRANK Marble Cemetery work of all kind.... XXlX CORCORAN High - Grade Granite See US before m yea bay..... Represented by C. G. Jeffries in this and adjoining counties Main Street, rag-tacki- ng Bon-heur- :" $4.50. completely. Has the best and fullest mari kets reports. Weds at Ninety. DEMOCRATIC in politics, but county mail carrier, who got in the limelight through a publicafairto everybody. tion a few weeks ago on account SEND YOUR SUBSCR1P- -. of being the oldest mail carrier Frank Forbis, the veteran Hart . . others can help themselves, are Mr. Jas. Kennedy, St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. S. A. La Rue or Smith's Grove. Ky.. and many One of the best and surest others. These, like thousands of others, started the use of Syrup Pepsin with a sample. methods for increased profit i n If you will send your name and address pork raising is to you can also obtain a free trial bottle. rednce This will prove to you that liver trouble is promptly cured with this remedy or cost of production, and the mormoney will be refunded. Having tried in It ypu can then buy it fiftythe rejrulap tality o f pig raising. Every cents and way of your druggist at bottle, and the latter is one dollar a farmer has occasion to lament sufficient for an entire family. This remedy is a vast improvement over cathartic tablets and salts, which the burdensome loss at times o f only do good for the time being. Syrup Pepsin is permanent in Its results. Is early pigs. It is also a good deal pleasant to take and does not gripe. It a especially .good for all those who can- of an expense with grain a t not stand a violent purgative. r. Caldwell personally will be pleased to give you any medical advice you may present high prices to keep brood desire for yourself or family pertaining to 4i stomach, liver or bowels absolutely sows over winter. Both of these free of charge.willExplain toyour case in a you in detail. items of expense can be greatly reply letter and he 'For the free sample simply send your a postal card or reduced name and address onrequest if farmers would put the doctor's otherwise. For either Address Is Dr. W. B. Caldwell, R.500 Cald- - their brood sows on a diet o 111. building, in the country and applying for a pension, was evidently growTION RIGHT AWAY ing tired, of single blessedness, TO THIS PAPER not to The and a few days ago was married to Mrs. Sallie Hunt, a widow of Louisville Times. his section of the country. The bride is 30 years old and the groom 90. The wedding was an event of unusual interest in the community, and a large num ber of guests were present to bid It is well to stop a physical ail- the couple upon the ment at the first signs of its approach, and that is especially true of liver marital journey. The old carritrouble, which can eventually give rise to so many serious complications. er has been carrying the mail Many have liver trouble and imagine it is indigestion, and hence take the pouch between Munfordsville, wrong remedy. When the liver does not store up suf- Ky., and Club Run so long that ficient gastric juices it becomes sluggish, and in this way disturbs the stomach and the memory of no man runneth jbowels. with which it is supposed to work Then comes the sallow to the contrary. in harmony. This is his complexion, the pimply face, the dull forehead, the thinninc of second venture in the matrimopain in the the blood, etc. A very quick and sensible way to stop the trouble as well as to nial game. Forbis became facure it is by the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which contains ingredients especially intended to promote the ac- mous several years ago by maktivity of the liver. Among the many thousands who have ing wooden teeth, which, he written the doctor about the results achieved with his remedy, and who are carved out of seasoned hickory. glad to make the facts public so that Free Liver ! Remedy i God-spe- ed corn husking and other industrial "meets" where there was always more fun and frolic than work accomplished. At most of .these there were refreshments b ut they were of the "home-growand home made varieties that are always at hand in winter season. There were grange meetings box suppers birthday and anniversary parties while very often for the elder there were quilting bees the men cutting the fire wood and storing it while the women quilted and tacked comforts, At these was substantial dinner and a t night the young people came while the more quiet-lonu- g elder people went home. These were the disipations of both farm and village folks and in many instances the two classes met for a good time. Distance was no bar to the socials in those days and the matter of fine clothing seldom came up though everybody had their best and wore it. Nothing not even the young people themselves were "too good for the home-folkand if only some e of theas meetings could be reinstated in country communities the lads and lassies would not so often sigh for the alluring excitenient of the great, terrible city. Exchange, -- wool-pull-in- gs n" "After the closing of the 1S53 Paris salon 'The Horse Fair' was intrusted to the Society of Artists of Ghent for exhibition In that town, where It had a great success, but whence it also came back unsold. In the spring of 1854 I expressed to Mile. Bonheur the desire to buy It from her. At that time it was in Bordeaux, her native town. "Her preference was that the municipality should purchase it for the city museum, and a price of 12,000 francs had been mentioned at which the town authorities might acquire it But she said to me that if the canvas came back to her again she would let me have w& Woodson Lewis IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH 4I' Studebaker Birdsell Lebanon, Ky, $ wood-cuttin- it go to it However, she could not let England for less than 40,000 gs francs. "I unhesitatingly accepted the bargain, and it was agreed that the picture should be mine unless sold to Bordeaux. As the picture was back in her studio again in the following year, I told Mile. Bonheur that I wished to take It at oboe in order to have it iu my 18o5 exhibition and that I should like to have it engraved by Thomas Landseer. the celebrated engraver and brother to the painter. "She was ' delighted at the idea of the picture being engraved and said to me: 'I have asked you 40,000 francs for my picture, although in France I cannot get 12,000, and I am pleased at your consenting to my terms. On the other hand, I don't mean to take undue advantage of your liberality. How can we arrange matters? Let us see. Well, the picture is very large, and it will be difficult to find a place for it In an engraver's studio. Besides, you want to exhibit it Wouldn't it be better for me to paint you a smaller 5 flilburn A car load of Wagons Disc Harrows Oliver Chilled Plows A car load of A car load of copy?" s" old-tim- That suggestion she carried out and explains how the second canvas came into existence. That smaller copy was the one from which' Landseer's well known steel engraving was made and is the picture which Is In the British National gallery. When she heard that It had become the property of the British nation Mile. Bonheur decided to make a third copy, thinking the second' was not good enough for the London collection; hence "The Horse Fair" No. 3. But the National gallery authorities were not able to accept the substitute', as the painting which it was designed to replace had been given to them as Cultivators, Corn Planters, and OneHorse Corn Drills. Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country, ready for Spring trade. the found her best public in America. Office of the American and 'This was recalled to her detriment when the rosette of the Legion of HonCanadian Express Companies in or was requested in her behalf. "She salon," has ceased, conference at New York annou- objected the exhibiting at the sells in president, "and nced a reduction in all through America everything she paints." The was that the answer to rates in the United States and complete government that had the ophad French many in Canada. The will take portunity to buy "The Horse Fair," but had neglected it Argonaut. The Cabhill lorn Works of Chattanooga, Tenn., one of the trustees. defendants in the Government's Besides these three, Mile. Bonheui a water color replica and suit against the socalled "bath- executed based on a large photograph.a drawing tub trust," has practically enter- Of all these, however, the picture in the Metropolitan is by far the finest ed a plea of guilty and has prom- work, which is only as it should be in view of the fact that the artist always ised to be good. LIME, SALT, AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE. Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the L. & N. R. R. Woodson Lewis The'-Merchan-t Greensburg, Ky. effect soon. well Monticello, FOXES WANTED. Grey and JBed Foxes Squirrels If Coons S2.00toS2.50 j0to ,JW 1.00 And Express. Send name of your express office in first 1a letter. r w. T. HODGEN. Box-23- Campbells ville, Ky If Farming to day is a business "Did you ever run into a telegraph and the farmer is a business man polfc?' Inquired the elderly passenger. "Yes, ma'am," said the chauffeur, He is more important t o t h e slowing up the taxlcab to avoid a collision with a street car. "I've bumped world than the merchant, the Into telegraph poles, I reckon, two or The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al store-keepor the banker and three times." "Brings you to a pretty sudden stop, the rest of mankind is recogniz- doesn't it?" One Year for $1.50. "No, ma'am; the machine stops, all Both ing that fact. Practically speakalways keep on going." ing he is the maufacture of food right hut I Chicago Tribune. f that sustains all of h i s fellow Quit- sion over trifles. .? Curious. well cured alfalfa hay. second or kind. a curious experience yester1 had Fault finding nagging and wor- - day," said Farmer Corntossel. third cntting and more than one ;rymg. "What was it?" Gossiping. ear of corn a day apiece and The stockholder of the PennA stranger came along and told me Thinking that "life is a grind pleanty of clean water to drink sylvania Railroad. Company will a funny story and didn't try to sell Anticipating evil in the future. anything." Washington Star. if they will try it once they will be asked to authorize an increase w Dwelling on fancied slights and not worth living. not truly performed by be greatly pleased with the re- of $100,000,000 ;in the capital Obedience Is Talking constantly about your-- ' ibe body of him whose heart is dis- and wrongs. sults in three ways: ( 1 ) In the stock. satisfied. Sandl. Scolding and flying into a pas self and your affairs. er -- An Accurate Description. I Mail orders promply attended to -- ' - - . . j" z. , r-- "c v? -V THE THE ADAIR AJL'AIR COLKlTPWfc ter, committed suicide by brother of Mrs. HEWSiinestimablebenefifct0 the far- - Mr. Lee Walker, this a city, and Miss ford to imitate. She was always John ing class. The recent change m Laura J5now were married in Burkes-vill- e contented with her lot. I have lived with her, as my Published Every Wednesday recently. The bride is a daughter the make-u- p of the paper is a mother-in-laof Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snow. for more than BYjTHE great improvement. -- three , years, and know Elrod & Co., bought the White Oak twenty Adair County News Company, UTfTTlTJ N. of land containing whereof I write. She leaves one timber on a tract ( Incorporated.) about three hundred acres last week, PERSONAL W. A. Thornton, one daughfrom F. H. Bryant, Amos, Larue and son, . jtxje-- x y B. G. Loy." This timber is in the ter, Mrs. Yates, seven grand EDITOR. CHAS. S. HARRIS neighborhood, and will be manu- children two great grandchildren Mr. A. G. Norris was here a few factured into beer staves. The estiDemocratic newspaper devoted to the indays ago.' mate approximates one hundred thous- and to all those mentioned above terest of the City of Columbia and the people f Adair and adjacent counties. Mr. Sara Lewis returned from Louis- and staves and to her neighbors, hers has ville Saturday. besn a beautiful life of four Entered at the Columbia For Sale. as secMr. G. W. Dillon was here from ond class mall natter. i score years, just here we want Breeding a few days ago. One 8 Horse Power Gasoline Engine, to thank the neighbors and Guthrie, of Rowena. WED. FEB. h 1911, Mr. Millard two of last week. was Fairbank Morse make. New. One 3$ friends kindly for having been here a day or Horse Power Gasoline Engine, Miami. so good and attentive to her spent several days of In good condition. Call on or write, H. T. Baker There are four lady Represent- last week in Louisville on business. L. C. Winfrey, every want and need during her Columbia, Ky. . atives in the Mr. John Lee Valker and wife visitsickness. Three are Democrats, one Repub- ed at Burkesville from Friday1 to MonMr. B. L Conoyer is off of duty The funeral sermon was held day. 1U3L now. n was muticu uv a nurse lican. ' Mrs. Moore, the widow of the late some days ag0, which left him lame in t the residence conducted by Dr. C. D. Moore, is reported danger- - one leg. On Morday he got one of his Eld. J. Q. Montgomery, and the n Prof. Ed C. Fox, a ously ill. saw, hands badly cut with a cross-cu- t interment was in old Liberty educator, who lived at Winchesnd ifc wiU be several days before he who travels for Mr RflV Flowers, COUNTY Owsleyj-Ritchey- , $ $$$$ 1 (XX4XOXXXX4XX4KXftr w, v' have taken charge of PHELPS BROS. HOTEL and will endeavor to run same to the satisfaction of old and new customers. Livery and Feed stable in connection with the HOTEL. "Special pains taken in the care and feeding of stock. I will also continue in the Implement and Hardware Business and carry a good line of Field seeds. -- Fair-pla- Post-offl- ce J. H. Phelps. -; 4 Colorado-Legislature- 12-- 3t $ j I l well-know- sjsys.s's.ss.s. &&$$$&&&$&$ $$$ M w,a",M,''w v . a. ssssssj.s.$$3 $$$ $$$ nap , i . hangI I ing. Dispondency is supposed to have been the cause. will be something doing in the N. Y. senatorial contest this week, It is known that Gov. Dix has been sonnded. His friends in, New York City says he will not listen to an offer. the vigor usually displayed Cemetery. The News, left on a ten day's railroad at the Columbia air gate, tr?T, MnnAiv. I will possess i . Mr. E. B. Barger, who spent a few weeks in Tulsa, Okla., returned home Cane Notice. Valley. MID WINTER It is expected that there Saturday night' ITi Miss Maude Thomas, of Cor-bi- n, .. , . Tfc A "av J "" uajr ' Mrs. Gather Bryant, or near rair- h""""! dlscharg-Mr- s visited relatives at this place play, spent last week with her sister, ' in the Adair county Court to be ' assignee of D. B. .White & last week. e( aa tne J V White. 1911. Son, this January 26th, Dr. S. D. Crenshaw and his son, 4fc D. H. Beard is visiting Mr. . w L Brockman. Assignee. Clyde, were in Campbellsville a few Sam Bailey in Dayton, Ohio. days of last week. Everybody Come. ' WHITE SALE 1 Mrs. Geo. T. Flowers, Jr. and her children left for Wayne county a day or two before her husband, carry inp- the best wishes of all her Columbia friends fr. X. E. Flowers left for Jefferson t;iu InA Snturflov mnrninc with a o V,C, ..., - . - J wr ne view of working in the The wounds received by David and will doubtless , Tne Fire insurance agency. Coffey & Phillips, the noted author, from is a fine mechanic good. make Cravens, will continue to represent the the hands of an assassin, proved Mrs. Talmage Smith, of Innianapolis, same strong Insurance Companies as fatal. He died in New York Ind., and her sister, Miss Jennye Mc- - , heretofore. Mr. J. B. Coffey takes over the interest of his brother. Jo Tuesday night of last week. Im- Farland, of this place, who is visiting1 Coffey, and the same promptness and vie-in Indianaphlis, were both reported courtesies will be given as has been mediately after shooting Phillips, tims of lagrippe last week. x . the custom of the old agency. the assassin shot and killed himWill uiaaie, a popular yuuus "'ou i 0ffice citizens Bank. self. There is no known reason Grady ville, who is in school here, and j 13-Columbia, Ky. who sDent ten davs at Underwood, West for his murderous acts. His ( Va , returned last Thursdsy night. Mules Wanted. were comrads and friends generally The State Democratic Execu- - giad to welcome him back. E. E. Gewin. of Alabama, will be tive Committee and all thecandi- here next Monday. He wants mules from 4 to 8 years old. sound and in good dates for State offices will meet! I LOCHS. flesh. Bring your mules in if you want in LouisviLe next Saturday. At to sell. , - proposed Canadian reciprocity treaty, and the only leader who does not appear to be disturbed by the first broadside opposition, 1S President Taf t. Misses Cannie and Elosie. Smith, of Campbellsville, visited their cousin, Mr. Ralph Hurt last Saturday and Sunday. Republicans are becoming Mrs. U. L. Taylor is a victim of la fearful of the attitude the farrr grippe and has been very sick for several days. Dr. Taylor, who had a ers give promise of taking on the' of it, has recovered. ' Messrs. Ed Hancock and WilSilver Coin Shower, which will be lie Givens are in Louisville this eiven in the dining hall of the Lindsev- - week selling their tobacco. Wilson, Fridayjevening, On January 8th we will inaugurate our annual White Goods Sale. Our stock this season will embrace everything New in WHITE PIECE GOODS. Thousands of yards of the most exquisite Embroideries, Laces, Flouncings, Waist Patterns, Wash Goods, Linens, &c. &c. 7 j February 3rd, con-seig- i at g o'clock. Mr. 0. W. McAllister sold his: J -- e household goods most excellent programme, last Thursday, sisting of piano and vocal selections public sale and left for Mo. and readings will be given by represen-tw- o at tatives of the. different departments, Born, to the wife of Beriah The object is to draw attention to j a 10 pound son, Jan , 24th, and finish the remodeling of the recep- - Grant, also to the wife of Leslie McFar-- 1 tion room at the girls dormitory. No admission price is named, all con- land, a 10 pound son. and in silver tributions to be free-wi- ll Tyler Tupman, Jr., who has fmn . , w -- MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Everything in Undergarments bought direct from New York Manufacturers, Petticoats, Gowns, Drawers, Chemises, Corset Covers, Princess Slips, &c. &c. . READY-TO-WEA- R i WAISTS $ .75 Values at. .00 Values at 1 1 r i 4Q car-shop- s, ! I J It j ACKIltlOnal a daughter. been in school at Bowling Green 69 for the past five months returned .25 Values at .98 1.50 Valuas at to his home last week. 1.19 This lot of Waists embraces Elegantly Trimmed and Mr. Bram Heard, who sold his Tailored Waists, in White, Black and Colors. We farm to Jas. P. Todd has moved invite your inspection. with his family to McKinney, ' Texas, and leased the same ho- tel that Chapman Dohoney had several years. Mr. Beard and j family are real pleasant people and we are confident tney will Fonthill to G.W. Smith for $1300. daurrhror- Afr u0nt T o - ..w. ..Lbux public. please the AH we need to make things Wheat is looking j j . . . Vi Russell & & (Vi rv;. Ulll. Ji lius meeting me cum ui me oiait: primary and the amount each candidate will have to put up, will probably be settled. Also the nominating of a United y States Senator at the same will be taken np and dispri-ma- Born to the wife of L. V. Haf!, Jan., 25, 1911, j A Card. , . cussed. Editor of News: This is to certify Mr. L, V. Hall lost a fine Jersey cow that on January the 8fch 1911'Squire a few days ago. She was valued at Mm Harvey had a stroke of apoplexy, $75.00. and had not taken an overdose of mor- , pWne as has been reported and we as Next Thursday night will be the regu-s physicians, desire to denounce the lor meeting of Columbia Lodge, No. 1t,oe' "c "Ub is iu" a ue"'s " 30 '. 1. , 0. O. F. A full attendance having the least symptoms of morphine 1 I j u"v The Jury in the case of Mrs. Mr. Robert Hord and Miss Bertha Schenk, Romine, both of Taylor county, were Farnsworth Jeffersonville, Sunday of Charged With poisoning her last week, band, John O. Schenk, failed to pui&uiimg. j Laura . Drs. G. T. Simpson, H. B. Simpson. PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY. ' , agree. Eleven were for acquit--1 Mr. Crockett Fletcher, a very old tal. The accused was released man who live? not far from the on her own recognizance and she Wednesday. 77". . is now at the home of a friend, Mrs. Sarah E. Coakley died in West Va. Just be-- , bellsville Saturday of last week. She fore she was released she was was a sister of Richard Stearman, Rus- served with divorce papers, the se pnngs' We have received a communication action being brought by her husheaded "How would you like to be an band. Editor in Arkansas," which we will j i "f.Tw Camp-Wheeling, W. H. C. Sandidge, Greensburg. F. J. Barger. Shilho. Z. T. Williams, Roley. J. R. Crawford-- , Union. G. W. Pangburn, Picketts chapel I ' J. F. Black, Milltown. J. F. Turner, West Fork. W. J. Levi, Greasey Creek. B. M. Currie, Columbia. T. E Ennis, Beech Grove. J. F. Roach, Pierces chapel. L. F. Payne, Antioch. D. H. Howerton, Columbia, W. B. Cave, Russell Springs. A j I j j Congressman Macon, of For Sale. kansas, announced in Ington, last Wednesday, that he , nouse anrj 2 acres of land on Crocus would in all probability object to road, about 2 miles from town. Frank Sinclair. Caleb Powers taking the oath of 2t office as a member of rVip npvt ... . ".' ..w.w KTvt- MnnHfur lull hp PfltintV COUrc, House. He has prepared a reso - PoranR ont of town. who wiU be in at- lution to have Mr. Powers' eligi- - tendance, and who are indebted to this bility referred to a special com office, are urged to call and settle. mittee. The resolution is based Roberts Bros, and their wives will series of meetings at the. court- on the Roberts proceedings in begin a rnursaay nignt. .every uouj house the Senate. cordially invited to come at the ringing Ar-Was- hi give space, next week. Long Faithful and Industrious Life Ended. bad in this Anderson, of Montana, boom is go6d roads, but they section. Osman is visiting his sister, Mrs. T. J. seem as far off as ever. Mr. Sam Willis bought a young Bumgarner at this place. milk cow last week from Mr. Purdy. Miss Beatrice Biggs, of Mt. Dudley Harmon for $35. is visiting her cousin, Carmel Mr. Pompey Burton and wife We have plenty of, mud with Miss Minnie Ann Eubank. visited the latters parents Mr. us at present. and Mrs. U. H. Strevals last Irvin's Store. Mr. Jim Cartin's children have Sunday night and Monday. cough. Our roads are so .,.; ,'c. 1S almost lmnossible. ;f 111. LOUISVILLE MARKETS. Mv iUlQa I I11111U at llC IO VU1I. in 1UU1 Alva Bowmer left last week Also Mrs. Hal StClair. for Bowling Green, where he Mr. Willian Curry burned the Latest Quotations on Live Stock will attend school. first tobacco bed that has been Mrs. Mahala Nelson Cooper, burned in our community yet. CATTLE Shipping steer $5.00(t57 5 is here visiting from Indiana, Several loads of sDokes have Beef steers 3.50(65 50 relatives. Deen hauled from this vicinity to Fat heifers and cows 3 75(5 00 Cutters "Uncle Bob Wilson, who has the Neatsburg spoke yard. 2.503.50 Canners 1.50(5.2.50 been in Texas four years, has re- Mr, Edwin Harkwick did some Bulls .1 2.754.75 turned satisfied that Kentucky, surveying in our community last Feeders 4.00(Ti5.50 .Stockers....; 2.75(5,5.50 is the best place in the world. week. r.Ytrtina TnilnV trrret ...... . r"m AA AC tlA W4.UIW, uiiivu .irvo. VV0 V Mr. Claborn Swanson and Miss co 5. Wade was in Purdy jComman to fair cows Mr. Plato ' H0GS Lanra Gaskins were married one iagf Saturday S.00 day last week. We expect to re Messrs. Owen Fisher and Ro- 8 15 ' iport another wedding by next Kor.f Trorr Wh nf npnr oTin pW 7.65 L Roushs 7.40 week. ;c,n.xnn. mv tv uuuu VYC1C vioibiiijS I y. 1 uru. i i v,';,, I ! 00-3- ' ' protracted meeting at Sahirdav nierht and Sundav. about Mr wmie MorriS our chicken Coffey's chapel resulted The , ) ". ru' wwavi SSSi Best Iambs Culls ", SHEEP AND LAMBS 5J&S 3(5!5c 2J-- 3J , - ' , of the bell. S Quite a number of farm 1 will grind corn at my mill every pers comes to this office and they Saturday. I will also sell shingles, and are all good, but the publication have plenty now for the market, either pa- Mrs. Elizabeth Phillip Thorn ton died Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock. Just as the sun rose her spirit took its flight to the great beyond. She was eighty yearg had be(m a faithful member of the Christian Church and the wife of T. H. Thornton thirty conversions. There is a new boy at the here last Saturday. and egg mail was doing business Fatsheep GRAIN. home of Lando Meece. He says l Kev. J no. Kice was as the 11th district may go Demo lagtweek. ruray Wheat Corn 1.1a 50 that suits the Kentucky farmer the best is the Farmers Home Journal, published in Louisville. It keeps up the markets, tails of the best bred stock and where located and besides there is an abundance of general matter of oak or chestnut. 12-3- E. A. McKinley. I have a good Jack for sale, a fine Been shown five times and breeder. Will have awarded five premiums. him in Columbia at the March -- County has Court. women J. D. Sharp, AmandavilleTKy. " Local Market. Mr. E. M: Burton who has Whooping cough has been pre- bought the Cy Burton timber is The following is the Local Market valent for a long time here and getting a nice start on making it given by S. H. Grinstead & Co., today: --, now we have a number of cases into staves. Eggs 14 for sixty years, joining the of measles. Hens 19 Miss Dollie Burton visited at Chickens 10 church when a young girl and Jacob Cooper has added a room her grandmothers, Mrs. Flur Cocks 3 marrying at the age of twenty-on- to his dwelling which is quite an Turkeys 10 to 12 Burton. Geese For industry she has had improvement. 7 r..... "Mrs. Malissie Denton spent Ducks g few equals. 1 A. W. Gadberry of Decatur Wool (clear grease) .. 2t Sunday at Mrs. Brazilla Cofers Wool (washed) To her husband, her home, her has sold his farm to Sam Tarter 28to3 last week. Hides (green). lv 5to children and grand children, she for $1500 and will likely locate Feathers 35to4t Mr. and Mrs. Sarah Burtou all near Catherine. been the one. woman e. cratic yet. that of this age could well af- - Sam Tarter sold 50 acres near spent last Sunday with their Ginseng Beeswax. 409 25 $ :v .4 t ! THE AAIR l COUNTY NEWS ? THE Vm. J. OLIVER PLOW Mr. Farmer: -- Nit w frc V ! The Plowing Season is now upon We believe that j'Ou want the best Plow you can get for the money. 3011. The You must buy a Chilled Turning Plow. Wm. J. Oliver fills the bill. In the first place s Original Shape Always ab-solutely The long life of a Plow depends on its keeping, its original shape. The Wm. J. Oliver is the only Plow that will retain its original shape. This is made possible only by its interlocking devices These devices hold Landside and Point in perfect line. The plow cannot be strained away from its original position. These interlocking devices also take care of strains In The Wm J. Oliver there is no strain on bolts. Bolts seldom get loose. When they do, these interlocking devices T prevent Landside and Point getting out of line. STo dirt can get in between Point, Landside and Frog. Consequently the side and bottom "suck" of the plow is always preserved. The plow always runs (I ": . .. steady and pulls easy. It always takes the ground properly no tilt-in- g of handles necessary to make plow, gow in the ground. The . Wm. J. Oliver Plow is Strong Where Others Are Weak 11 f m'&TBIHHB Because it always retains its original shape, extra parts for THE Wm. J. OLIVER always fit perfectly. You run no risk of breaking other parts in making re pairs. All parts are interchangeable between wood and steel beam plows. THE Wrru J. OLIVER PLOW is fitted up so perfectly and the strains so evenly distributed that breakages are reduced to a minimum. Because of perfect fitting parts, repairs are easily made. THE Wm. J. OLIVER is twice as strong as any other plow. The frog is guaranteed never to break through point hole. It is original in design, simple in construction, perfect in peration. c h : n The Landside 1 j5 s3fiEstHBs fliHHIH c THE Wm. J. OLIVER PLOW has proven its worth. Five thousand Ken tucky Farmers who have used the plow bear witness to this fact. And what the Kentucky Farmers says 'goes." They know. So popular has the plow become the R factory has had to increase its facilities four times in two years. THE Wm. J. has come to stay. It is the plow farmers everywhere have been looking for all along a plow that would always hold its original shape regardless of loose bolts. That is the secret of its remarkable success everywhere. Competitors "knock" it be cause they know it fills a long felt want with the farmer; they can't compete with it.t It costs more to build than any other, but the selling price is the same as the others. Other manufacturers would not give you what you wanted, but Mr. Wm. J. OLIVER has. Write us or call on any of our Agents. OL1-VE- y B Biifeil iMP- ' BPiliiSm vPw-vB RSMIwwl lSii w. l4-9- A l.lBaR; X - I f The Buchanan I incorporated lUtff - VI Dirtributleg Agents, Campbcllsville, Ky. For Taylor, Green, Adair, Russell and Casey Countiesacom plete stock of Plows and Repairs on hand at ail times to sup ply the Dealers in above territory and their local retail trade BaleEESaKBWII- - ? . AK I- The following is a list of Dealers who can supply you with these ' CELEBRATED PLOWS and REPAIRS n any time. Liletown J. P. Miller & Sons Hubbard & Mitchell . j in x h i 'A c . iMvV n'wHHBBPPui Urn m llBHI "xx " X ' ' Moss & Walton R. B. Edwards & Son "McCubbins & Millby . i , C. R. , Hutcherson :rf . Wilson I' W. H. (Pomp) I Wheat & Williams stilt iruni) n W "nillrm ttff" I Brockman W.ltL. A. W. 1 f . ,i 9 A Rubarts '. Mercer & Hindman Webb J. P. & H. F. Coffey Summersville A. Hovious Columbia Ward & Wethington Cane Valley C. M. Ford & Co Montpelier L. W. Sapp, :' f Breeding H. D. Penn v. Glensfork Morris Bros. ' Greensburg Crocus Milltown " Pellyton - . Knifley Clementsville f . Speck - ,Merrimac Holt & Stephens Eunice Yates & Wetherord Jamestown Antla & Darnell . ' "x Mannsville Willowtown -Bradfordsville - Russell Springs . "- -, JJ 3 rAttention! I I We Carry a complete In fact we can furnish Interest to inspect THE ArAIK COUNTY NEWS Pour hot shot into the lead !L & N. Time Card NEW TALES tsust. In effect Monday. Dec 31. 1008. This decline in rural population SOUTH BOUND Take the starch out of the Ab. Lebaxos Lv. Louisville is yery far from being due to a shirt f bain trust. THAT ARE TOLD 9:42am 7:00am No.27 lack of prosperity. On the 10:04am No. 23 3:15am Make it so hot for the stockT No. 79 7:40pm 5:05pm says E.Dana Durand, in, 10:00 pm 8:00 pm No 21 holders of the ice trust that they tfo.93 9:00pm 620pm the World's Work for January, How He Qualified. can smell brimstone. NORTH BOUND Otto T. Bannard was praising tlie the agricultural statistics collectAk. Louisvills Lv. Lebanon Fbain Take the beef trust by the 0.24 7:50am 5:43am rote of increased salaries that the ed by the Census Bureau show 10:15 am 7:32am o.78 Yale corporation at its recent meeting 6:55pm 420pm 0.28.....' an enormous increase in the value horns and wrestle with it till Jo.22 passed. 8:15 pm 628 pm "Our professors at Yale need good of farm property in this great there is not a greasy spot left. am Jo. 92 722 am salaries," said Mr. Bannard. "They Nos. 92 and 93 are.Sunday trains only. are good men, qualified men. They're territory since 1900, and show not like the cook of the One Horse ho- also that the yield of the princiSunflower Philosophy. tel. "The One Horse hotel, belongs to the pal crops was at least as great in western mining town of Tin Can. A 1908 as It should not be necessary to WILMORE HOTEL in 1899 and the value of used to visit Tin New York broker w. is. tuiiiraoiH, ppop v. advertise tooth brushes. Can twice or thrice a year, and usual- that yield far greater. ly he found the accommodations at the Every year farmers expect 30 Particularly remarkable are First-ClaOne Horse tolerable. The waiter, in Table good. fact, was fairly the agricultural statistics for bushels of wheat per acre, and Good Sample Roome "But on his return to Tin Can in Iowa in comparison .with the get fifteen. Feed Stable '99 the waiter was gone, and the cook- Reasonable Rates population statistics. Despite a It is easy to put in a crop of considerableSdecrease in the ru wild oats, but help is mighty GRftDYVILLe, KY ral population, the value of hard to get in harvest time. farms (includingabuildings) inThere are a number of definicreased during the ten years no tions for tact, but lying out of it less than 117.3 per cent. The fits quite a good many cases. S. D. average value'of J farm land per VETERINARY SURGEON Don't complain because you! acre increased about two and one haven't any chance, but go ahead third timesiduring this, short per- and make your chance. iod. Everyone knows that the Long experience will finanlly farmers in this north-centrteach you that what you get free rich, t section haveSbeen'growing is worth about what you paid for that their homes are more comit. fortable, and that they have ID more conveniences than ever be- People in every town say to Special Attnetin r Eyes Spavin or any surfore. Why, then, is the rural strangers: "We have a lot of Fistulo, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am wealthy people living here." population decreasing? well hxed to take care of stock. Alon The average married man does ey due when work is done or stock Perhaps it may.be that this removed from stables. "WHAT ARE 1'OUB QUALIFICATIONS ?" not need to wear a wedding ring LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. very prosperity of the farmers ing was so execrable that the broker ON BURK5VILLE STREET. to show he is married; he looks could eat nothing. He rose and peep- accounts forthe decline in poped into the kitchen, and, lo and behold, ulation. With the higher prices it. his old waiter was now the cook. By the time a woman is 30 she "'Shotgun,' said the broker, 'you which they have received for used to be a fairly good waiter, but has ceased to try to look very Res. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone 40--5 what are your qualifications for a their products, they could afford cook? to buy better machinery, which well in a kimono and wears one "'Qualifications?' said the other. Dr. James Triplet! the need for labor. for comfort. 'Why, didn't the boss tell you I'd got reduced varicose veins?"" Ever know a married woman Again, it is likely that many Dentist. farmers have felt unwilling to who didn't tell occasionally what He Wouldn't. Joseph H. Choate, the brilliant law- divide up their land among their a great baby her husband is yer of New York, deprecated at a reJEFFRIES BLOCK cent dinner the exorbitant fees charg- sons; instead they have been when he is sick. COLUMBIAKENTUCK1 ed by some lawyers. able, by reason of their prosper When a man says every man perhaps heard," said Mr. "You have Choate, "of the gentleman who re- ity, to send their sons to newly has his price it is a sign that his marked, to his counsel when his case opened agricultural territory in price is very low, and that he is was settled: 'Well, your fee, sir, is exorbitant. the West or southwest, or Can- looking for a bidder. . I know positively that you didn't give ada, and furnish them the means two hours to my case from first to Solves a DeeP Mysiery last to start for themselves on a larBentist airily, 'it "'Ah, sir,' said the lawyer "I want to thank you from the Is not alone my actual time I charge ger scale than would have been Our Depopulated Farms. con-trarar- '?vtv5"l&' y, line of Plaining Mill Stock ready for use. A large assortment of Windows, Doors, Roofing, Colonial Columns. any part or all the Wood, any grade desired, that is needed for Building or Repair work. It will be to your our Stock and Prices. 10-1- 5 i w Sandusky & Co. Columbia, K"y. I j ss J I Sash,!! Doors,. Blinds, ! j I A ' E- - Mouldings, Columns u c COJrtPAfJY ! PorchMaterial, Stair Work, BLINDS. InteriorJJFinish, Etc. Crenshaw J Largest Wholesale $ash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. Tf We appreciate them. ! al ! E, L. HUGHES CO., ilNCORPORATED. JW Pres. " T Il-- U, 1 M. 1tj . s Poll-evi- l, U. G. HAKDHICH, Pres. J. H COCKE. V. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 : mitWt?IGf4TS N. DEALERS IN I mflCj4lfllSTS GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS LOUISVILLE 1301 TftlRTeeNTft-MMSMOKE STACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work ENGINES. ECILERS, SAW MLIS. - 5)t & 2)unbar . JOBBING,WORK SOLICITED -- bot-tomof;- AH Kinds of Machinery Kepajrtd- - p o w . OK or GET OUR PRICES ON BEFORE YOU BUY xoi 10 D Galvanized Roofing is o heart, "wrote C. B.Rader.of you with, but the cost of my legal possible at home. Frankfort Lewisburg, W. V., "for the wonderful training as well.' doublebenefit I got from Electric Bit"'All very fine,' retorted the client. News. ters, in curing me of both a severe case And now I wonder if you'd mind giving me a receipt for the cost of your of stomach trouble and of rheumatism, legal training so that your next cusWhat to do With the Trusts. from which I had been an almost helptomer won't have to pay for It all over less sufferer for ten years. It suited my again.' " case as though made just for me." For What shall we do with the dyspepsia, indigestion, jaundice and to system of MINCE PIE NEVER trusts? is a question the Man rid therheumatism, Kidney poisons that cause Electric Bitters has About Town has been requested no equal. Try them. Every bottle is TOO PLENTIFUL. to answer, says the Ozark Demo- guaranteed! to satisfy. Only 50c at Paull.DruggCo. JEFFRIES' OFFICE, FRONT F.OOMS IN BUILD I K G . 'PHONE NO. 40, RING 3. COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY Joseph CJ H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Will practice in this and adjoining counties. -. See our 24 Gauge Galvanized Combined Cleats and Cap Roofing: put on like tin roof, without any nails exposed, and is better than any tin roof, crat. An exchange suggests Jamstown, Kentucky, A ft withoutmany nails exposed, and yt vvc ume better than any tin roof. . : . j vorrugaiea iron i i. cairy w muck, v. rs. viimp ana r wunoui painung. Roofing, Gravel, Rubber and all kinds of Paper Roofing. It will last a life .it Dehler Bros, 116 East Market between first and Brook Lo. Kentunky LOUISVILLE, KY. tOIJOE .oJ News. W. H. Lair, after many years service, has resigned as Marshal The grain warehouse of J. W. of Hustonville. J. A. Morgan was convicted of Turk, with $12,000 worth of passing bad checks at Whites- wheat and corn was destroyed i burg and sentenced to three by fire. years in the penitentiary. .Dr. R. L. Hardy, a physician, The residence of A. W. Creek- sued Dr. J. D. Threlkeld, a ho- more Lexington, together at with tel keeper at Dawson Springs, for $5,000 damages for alleged the contents, was destroyed by fire, entailing a loss of $4,000. slander. Randolph Lawrence, aged elevMrs. Charles Overby, of Hicken years, had a narrow escape man, contracted a mild case of from electrocution by taking smallpox while returning from hold of wire at Lexington. New Mexico. -- 2 m " Death in Roaring Fire The graded school at Vine Grove, Hardin county, was closed may not result from the work of fire on account of the prevalence of bugs, but often severe burns are caused that make a quick need for Bucklen's scarlet fever. Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest cure The State Live Stock Sanitary for burns, wounds, bruises, boils, sores. Board will meet at Lexington It subdues infflammatlon. It kills pain. It soothes and heals. Drives off skin Friday to discuss the sheep eruptions, ulcers or piles. Only 25c at e -- we might deal with a few the that of them as folllows: Dainty Explains a Mishap. Shoot the gun trust. Plant the seed trust Mayor Frank J. Rice in a ThanksStop the bottle trust. giving speech at a newsboys' dinner in New Haven praised mince pie. Lick the liquor trust. "Mince pie," he said, "Is the crowning glory of a Thanksgiving dinner. I Bury the coffin trust. am sure you will all agree with me Rope the bucket trust. . when I declare that it Is impossible for any one at any time ever to get too Smash the glass trust. much mince pie. "Once upon a time a mother said to Hammer the nail trust. r her little son during the Thanksgiving day repast: Lock up the safe trust. " 'Tommy, this is the last piece of Bridle the leather trust. mince pie you can have.' "Tommy frowned as black as a thunShelve the clothes trust. ' dercloud. was a little boy like you,' '"There Bottle the stopper trust. his mother continued sternly, 'and he ate mince pie, and he ate" mince pie, and Dissolve the sugar trust. finally" he burst. Yes, he burst from too much mince pie.' Freeze out the coal trust. "'No,' said Tommy. 'There's no Stick it to' the glue trust. such thing as too much mince pie.' Then.' said his mother, 'why did Smoke out the pipe he burst?' " 'There wasn't enough boy,' Tommy the gallut trust. answered." Sock it to the sock trust. The Usual Role. Charles M. Schwab in a recent InSew up the breeches trust. terview in New York pointed out the Nail it to the lumber trust. folly of Ignorant speculation. "The average man, with no knowlPuncture the balloon trust. edge of finance," he said, "has no business to speculate. Let him do so, .and Stave it to the corset trust. his case is Jones' all over again. "Jones stopped in at a garage one Cut out the pattern trust. morning to see about selling off his Plug it to the tobacco trust. two automobiles. " 'I hear you've been speculating on Jerk a not in the rope trust. the Stock Exchange, Mr. Jones?' the agent said politely. Hand one to the lemon trust. " 'Yes,' said Jones. ow, these cars, understand, can he had cheap for Put the cradle trust to sleep. Youthful Admirer of trust-Suspent COLUMBIA DISTRICT, ROUND. SECOND DR. M. E. JONES Veterinary Surgeonand Dentist, Columbia, Kentucky. Peytonburg, Chestnut Grove, January 28-2- 9. Albany, Maupin, February 1st. Clinton Circuit, Lands Chapel, February 5. Thurlow, Hanks Chapel, February 2. Campbelisville Circuit, Asbury Chapel, February 5. Campbelisville Station, February 6. Greensburg, Greensburg, February 9. Spurlington and Early, Tay6. lors Chapel, February Casey Creek, Jones Chapel, 4-11-114-115-118-125-2- Special attention given toDc stry. Diseases of the Eye. Poll lEvil. IFlstu.... and all other Diseases which visits DukiI Brutes. lias large barn near23I..Antl Bomar Heights. Oflice in.barn. 3 shop oa The Adair County News And COurier-Journ- al 4, March 2. Manns ville, Mannsville,IMarch 1-- 4-- 5. Cane Valley, Carmel, March 11-1- 2. Columbia 12-1- and Tabor, March 3. One Grady ville, March 14. Temple.Hill.March 9. West Tomplrinsville, March 18-121-2- 2.. 25-2- Year For cash. Paull Drug Co. "'Were you a bull or a bear, sir?' lsked the agent. " 'Neither,' - said Jones gruffly. 'I N&a an aw.'" ' Cripple the artificial limb trust. Tompkinsville, March 6. Put our foot on the shoe trust. T. L. Hulse, P. E. i $1.50. S Ar THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Pickett. Avoid Danger "When you are sick, or suffering from any of the troubles peculiar to women, don't delay take Carn dui, that and successful remedy for wo men. Thousands of women have used Cardui and ben benefited. "Why not you? Don't take any d chances. Get Cardui, the old, reliable, remedy, for women of all ages. well-knowoft-trie- Several from this place attended Court in Columbia last Monday. Allen Dudley is prizing tobacco this week getting ready to try the market. Porter Garri- son returned from the mark one day this week and reports the market not very good. W. C. Rodgers sold 9 head of CARDUI It Will Help You l J40 Mrs. Luzania Morgan, Sneedville, Term., writes: "Eor ten years I suffered with the turn of life, and tried many remedies without relief. 1 had pains all over my body ana at times could not sit up. At last I took Cardui and now 1 can do my housework. I have told many ladies about Cardui and recommend it to all sick women." Try it. AT ALL DRUG STORES KsssMI Same Like Here. A newspaper subscriber once received a dun through the post office and it made him mad. He went to see the editor about it, and the editor showed him a few duns of his own one for paper, one for type, one for fuel and several others. "Now" said the editor. "I 'didn't get mad when these came because I knew tha t all I had to do was to ask sev eral reliable gentlemen like you to come in and help me out, and then I could settle them all." When the subscriber saw how it was he relented, paid up and renewed for another year. Ex. cattle to George Howard for $99. Johnnie Rodgers sold 3 hogs to same party for $27. Vanada Pickett was quite sick a few days of last week. Born, to the wife of Bordon Compton, on the 8th, a daughter. Mr. Archibald and wife, one of the spokemen were here one day this week; they live in Mas sachusetts. Dan Sullivan, the State pauper, who has boen at G. W. Dudley's for some time is now staying with Pierce Keltner. We are glad to hear that our Pastor, Rev. G. W. Pangburn is able to fill the pulpit again. The roads in this section are very muddy at present. The wheat crop through here is not looking very good. Corn is plentiful and hogs are very scarce in this section. Morrow, Ohio. Sutton last Thursday night. Mr. V. B. Smith moved to his new home a few miles from Columbia last Saturday, January 14. Mr. Raz Sutton was visiting his parents at this place last Saturday night and Sunday. Several from this neighborhood attended Mr. Dan Bryants sale Saturday. Mrs. S. J. Dooley has a good house, three rooms, a good well and a good barn to rent. Renters call on Mrs. S. J. Dooley. Mrs. Sarah Curry and Mrs. Cordia Goodan and little daughter, Clarice spent the day with Mrs. Nora Smith last Friday. The singing given to the youngsters b.t Mr. A. S. Burton's last Saturday night was , largely at tended. All reported an enjoyable time; had good order and a good singing. Program. Holmes, were visiting at Mr. Delaney Robertson's Saturday and Sunday. I J I GLEVERJASCALS, Mr. W. A. Humphress and son, Robbers of Naples as Daring as Fred, were at Roley Saturday They Are Resourceful. and Sunday. Mrs Mary A. Brockman visit- SCHEME OF ONE LONE THIEF. ed her son Mr. B. F. Robertson, Saturday night. Several from this place attended meeting at Parnell's Chapel Sunday. Masterly Wanner In Which This Audacious Rogue Pilfered a Church Furnishing Shop and Corded Up Its Too Confiding Proprietor. Ills name was Signor Domenieo Doctor Dolchinetti, and he was host inr Mr. Sam Grant was at Mr. J. IJomc. For a scholar with a degree he --enjoyed his ticals rather unreH. Martins Tuesday night. strainedly, but after the spaghetti and Messrs. W. H. Absher and capretto had disappeared he used to Matt Robertson were at Tarter, on business last Tuesday and , clnit liir n t sv fkt'nn la n. fliinrtAViJn nnn j , I Hutchison was visiting her daughter Mrs. J. C. , ,. ., . ADSner Several days last WeeK. Messrs. R. Jones and Owen Humphress of Pellyton, spent Sunday night at Mr. Robt Humphress. . Mrq Tamps . w Of the 5th meeting of the Musical Association, to be held at Rev. Wm. Dudgeon was at G. Russell Springs, on the 2nd Sun- C. Russell's Saturday night. day, February 12th, 1911. The candy pulling at Mr. MORNING SESSION. Delaney Robertson's Thursday 1. Singing by Russell Springs night was a success and enjoyed choir. by all. 2. Devotional Exercises, Prof. Mr. Wm H. Absher purchased A. E. Barnes. a cow from Mr. Tom Wheat, Tar-- f 3. House called to order, by or $35. Mr. Welby Rialllof Bliss, made a business trip to this place a few days ago. vino and t0 straighten hk back, wipe ,us "stncne and negro nis stones. "Xapoli? Si. si! Naples? P.ella ta, beautiful, beautiful! And what tnIeTes are tl,pr in Naples! It is the one citv whore you cannot leml u (loa. key through the streets." There did not seem to be much con- nectioa between these, and our puzzled looks said so. "Perche? You dare not load. You must take him by the tail, for when the unsuspecting peasant leads an ass laden with panniers or onions or wood into Naples before Ions lie happens to glance back. and. behold, all - pone produce, panniers, pack saddle, all niched. Thereafter he takes the ass by the tail and steers him through the streets that he may watch constantly. "Poi it is all organized. Some years ago the leader of the robbers Avas the captain. Everybody knew him. "When anything was stolen from one. one went not to the police, but to the capi- tain. "There "was a little music master came home one daj and found his piano gone, a whole piano, and no one in the house could say how. when or where it went. The little man wan distracted. "Then he took heart and went to the captain and stood before him with hL hat in his hands. He was just a poor music teacher. His piano was all he had in the world. He 'Go,' said the captain. 'At G this evening you have your piano. And about the time of the service that afternoon a wagon came to the little man's door, and four men heaved out a piano, which they set in 'Its accustomed corner; then they drove off without a "word. "Poi. the music man, went again to the captain's house and began to thank him and to fumble about in his pockets, saying that he did not have much, about 20 lire, all his savings 22 lire perhaps. lire!" '"What twenty-tw- o yelled the other. 'I, who am rich, whom men call the captain 22 lire to-me: lou poor And lie kicked mm down the stairs. "But the most remarkable robbery was done not by the band, but by a Neapolitan single banded. "One day there drove up to a church furnishing shop an equipage with two prancing horses aud a liveried coachman and halted before the big win- dows full of precious finery. A beau- -' tifully dressed little slgnor alighted t and asked to see the proprietor. lie ' said he had a cousin who would the next uay ue oruaineu uisuon auu ue niroil to mirehaso annronriate cifts First Le w0Uld see a crozier. The pro- prictor fetched a superb crozier of s. ' ver, the crook of it gold, wonderfully ) chased and overwrought witn carving. 'How much?' asked the well dressed sil-Mr- Chairman. WEEKLY r 4 Welcome .Address, Loren GOURIER -- JOURNAL HENRY. WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fearorfavor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY . COURIER-JOURN- AL AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS For $1.50 if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. f Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, $6,00 $2.00 Sunday. Courier-Journ- Yr We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. Phelps. Dear Editor: 5. Response, Robert Antle. Wishing to thank you for the 6. Minutes of last meeting to good News that I am now reto be read. ceiving and ask for a space in 7. Song, by Taylor Sullivan. your paper to tell the Adair 8. Difference between singing county people about this place. and good reading, Luther Wilson. This is a beautiful country, good 9. History of Music, notation roads and full of good people. I traced, Prof. Dudley and Ben think this i? a healthy country, Burton. good water and plenty of fresh 10. Songs by the Juvenile choir. air. The people here look like 11. Difference between scale they are healthy, some of them ' and key, L. C. McKinley. are getting old. It is said that 12. Music as a culture art, Robthere is only one grave in Ohio; ert Antle and Stewart Rexroat. they wanted to start a grave13. Solo, Mrs. Rounds. yard and selected one old man 14. Music by Choir. and killed him to start a grave- 15. What is the distance from yard. F sharp to D flat, Deny V. Grims-l- y Mr. Oley Burton came here and Grant Anderson. from McGaha, Ky., and his wife 16. Solo, Ena Bryant. was bothered with homesickness 17. How many essential prop and Oley thought she was going erties has tone, and what are to die and he took her back to they? June Kerns and J. T. Frye. Kentucky to keep from burying 18. Solo, Kirtis McGaha. her beside that old man. L. O. Phelps, ) Committee. J. T. Hughes j Why don't some of the GenProf. I. M. Grimsley, Pres.. try's Mill people send some news Prof. J. F. Hughes, Vice Pres. to me through the News. What Denny V. Grimsley, Sec. is tne matter witn iviciiana, that they do not appear in the Absher. News? strayed The missing hogs-'thafrom Elizabeth Burris passed Several from this place was at through Mainville, Ohio; they Columbia Monday. have the same- mark, and will Miss Nannie Russell who is at i i I t - Mr. R. I. Humphress of Hovi-ou- s visited his cousin, Mr. Fred Humphress last Thursday night. Mrs. Hershel Robertson was in Cane Valleyl Shopping last Friday. Mrs. Ida Absher began a 'subscription school at her home last Monday with goos attendance. Mr. J. H. Martins health remains about the same. Pyrus. Mrs. C. W. Keltner is quite sick. Mrs. G. D. Vance is on the sice list. Mr. R. F. Keltner is confined to his bed with lagrippe. Dr. Jim Taylor Of Bridgeport, is his , L PicKctt Tobacco Warehouse INDEPENDENT ' C. A. BRIDGES & Co. PROPRIETORS Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky. CHAS- - A. BRIDGES W.G. BRIDGES V Four Months Storage Free v Give us a trial.' We Guarantee to Please you Tablesuppiied With the Best the rtarkefAffords t lieals, 35c I TV I ITT III T I E3M I V rt t HOUSE, & Proprs Located on RailrdadiSt, one square east of L. & N., Station ?L D. MILLEN CO., 'Lebanon, - Kentucky. , s tending school in Columbia was I went hunting today, had very at home Saturday and Sunday. good luck. I killed 9 rabbits, 7 Mr. John Rule made a special squirrels, 2 opposums and 3 pole trip to Garlin one day last week. cats, and it was not a good day Mr. J. D. Absher, Mr. and"Mrs. to hunt. J. C. Absher, visited Mr. and I am thankful to say that I Mrs. Boney Bailey last Sunday. noticed in the News that I. M. Misses Annie and Emma RobGrimsley received a nice pumpertson spent Saturday and Sunkin on the Christmas tree at day at Mr. S. W. Absher's. Pleasant View. rHope he en- Miss Audra Dillingham was joyed it. the guest of Miss Nannie RusLuck to the News. Sunday. Frank Burris. sell Saturday night and L, Y. Gabbert passed through this neighborhood Monday en Vester. . route to his farm. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Feese and The health of this community little daughter Lou, were visiting is very good at present. Preacher Joe Turner filled his at Mr. N, R. Thomas' Sunday. appointment at Bear Wallow fa. Ethyl Russell and sons church last Sunday. and Nannie Cooley, visited at Misses Malinda and Lena Doo-,le- y Mr. John Martins last Saturday. were the guests of Mrs. Kate Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith of t 170 pounds each. attending physician. R. F. Paynelis very sick. Rev. Panpbum and Wife Spent Friday night at Mr. C. W. Kel- - man- tners. "'Good! Tie it up and put it in the carriage. And let me see also a Mrs. J, H. Vire and son and miter. And again he chose the costll-three grandchildren Stella, Ray- -' est, one frosted with silver arabesques He sat and beaded with pearls. mon and Pane Keltner, spentlast'down to write a check for s.ooo lire Friday With her daughter, Mrs. altogether. But. no; he would see also a shop's ring. 'How much was this R. O. Keltner of Grady ville. one?' " signor.' Mr. Squire Kemp and wife! --'Two thousand lire, went into theGoodr And that, too, Spent last Sunday at W. S. Pick - carriage with the miter and crozier. Finally this princely customer woum etts. buy a complete vesture and decided on cloth of Mr. Clem Keltner and Mr. Jim a figured alb broidered with 'Only,' he gold from shoulder to foot. Walker of Gradyville, were at doubted, 'will it fit? But stay,' he are a big the bedside of the former's broth said to the shopman; 'you my cousin. as large as man. almost er, R. F. Keltner last week. See if the garment will fit you.' So tlm nrnhrintnr nut it OH and Stood Mrs. C. F:. Pile was visiting dothed in magnificence from cravat to Mrs. C. W. Keltner last Monday. Beautiful: only the waist. normous Mr. James Nelson of Illinois, W colls,In haPPens to your arms f . girth. Suppose you put is Spending several weeks visit- - your sides, and I shall fix the girdle cqual ine- friends and relatives in our ' to include them- - That wiH about So he buckled the I I ;i I I - ' "S, UJ.J f - community. belt tight about the proprietor's wrists and moved back to survey the effect. Mr. W. S. Pickett was in Co- 'Bonn! Belllsslma! Most beautiful!' he cried. 'And now, siguor buon giorno! lumbia Monday. He skipped through the door, into Mr. G. L. Vire spent Saturday his carriage and whirled downtown. proprietor day' night with his mother Mrs. J. H. 'let"At that 'Good yell the bounded and out one awful Into the street. 'Thief! he screeched. Vire. He crashed into astounded people, Mr. Strong. Hill of Gradyville tripped in his golden skirts, rolled and was transacting business in our could not get up again. "People would not touch him. kickcommunity last week. ing and frothing and trying to point 'Thief, thief would not even look in Several in our community are the direction of the vanishing carriage. Finally the police grabbed him, dispreparing their plant beds. covered that bo was insane and a robMrs. Martha Parnell visited ber and hustled him to prison. Pol Mrs. Mary Nelson several days they let him go next morning." Philadelphia Ledger. .VUOi o w of last weeks Ashley I always thought that Bees- Please settle your accounts at once 1910. You can see me on Lling was leading a worthless life. for the year fSeymour Wasa't heZ Ashley No; hfe the Columbia square every Monday. life was Insured for a thousand. John B; "Grant. i Not Worthless. X - j . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS pleted on the Bank building at this place. The doors will be We have had plenty of rain open for business next Wednesfor the past few days. day, the first day of February. J. H. Diddle was at Greens-szr- g Mrs. EveretCook, who has a day oreo of last week. been confined to her room for Mr. J. B. Cragg has been in a several weeks, does not improve eritical condition, for the past fast. . She is in a very critical condition at this date. veek. Our farmers are beginning to Mr. Mike Winfrey, D S., of Columbia, was mixing with our get a move on them towards another large crop of corn and toboys a few days last week. Mr. James Gilpin, of Sparks bacco. There has been several and some yille, was in our midst last Fri plant plowing done for corn, notwithlay. standing the low price of tobac- Please remember, especially ' discourage them the members of the Presbyterian co. it does not . church at Union, that Rev. J. R. in uie least. Now in conclusion, I must say Crawford will fill his appointment at Union, on Saturday, at to my kinsman and old neighbor, 10:30, the Saturday before the L. M. Wilmore, of Bogard. Mo., first Sunday in February, and al- that every reader of the News so on Sunday following, at the enjoys reading his interesting same hour. Every body invited communications through the Newsf and we would be glad if to attend. would come every week with Hr. Ed Yates, of Cave City, he a nice, spicy letter, just like the fs spending a few days visiting ones we have been reading. his relatives and friends in this Now in addition to this, we want community. to say a little something in reMr. Silas Cain, one of our gard to the swine. We don't in prosperous farmers and business the least propose to try to commen, sold several valuable work pete with Missouri hogs, but we mules last week, to different parmerely made mention of this ties, at prices ranging from $175 shoat'' of Mr. W. L. Gradyville. beds-.burned, IX rain at Xl 7!x 3x the present time, the roads are IX XV in a very bad condition. ix 7K W IX IX Miss Emma Black ?nd Miss Xl IX Jessie Buster have returned from Glensfork where they have Xl been visiting their sister and ix 7ix Xl XJ brother, Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. K Directors IX XV IX Buster. IX Miss Nannie ' Perryman is on vs?K7K 7K K'ixy'ixPlxiix Tixlx ixix t7t7K7KK7fc7K.7;7fc,7K the sick list this week.T Mr. Will Johnson, wife and, Big Elm. of the summer evening were be two little daughters left on the colored. ginning to nil the land. The Str. Rowena this morning for. We are having some fine trees which stood here and VAtlV llYClrtTT1Tlllrt Ort,Vkrt Prtftmo ' there iuui uiauj vine ouiuc occiuo Somerset to visit relatives. weather now on the growing breathed their evening song as to be excited over some large Mr. Hunter Black, of this wheat crop. The early sown he zeDhvrs nasspd thmY hnnc porkers killed in that neighborwM&wr r place purchased a farm of Criti wheat looks promising, but the an(j the song3 of birds rang be hood. We call them pigs over iow tne azure sky The silvery here, "in the land o'canaan." J. Cole on Big Renox, paying $1500. late wheat looks bad. ' The farmers are pushing the stream that ran near the road Mr. John Bledsoe is all smiles T, Sublett killed one that would have weighed over 800, some over the arrival of a new boy work plowing, and all kinds of went singing on as the flowers farm work, on its banks poured forth their four of five others that might at his home. Mr. Almerine Collins, Estesjrich perfume Miss Laura Miller was in town have weighed 300 to 500. A. A. Hays, Odos Antle, L. V. Turner Cowherd killed four that guess- - shopping Friday., Tarter. ers said weighed 350 to 600. T. Mr. Gordon Thurston, Pilot on and Sid Collins were here last ' Monday, locating the telephone to $200 each. We are having a great deal of Grady's. If this shoat had ar- s. bcott killed six that gambled the Str. Rowena spent a few hours with his parents Tuesday. route rom thls Place to Den" cloudy and threatening weather, Mr. Ray Flowers of Columbia, rived at its maturity before like 350 to 500 pounds. t but the farmers are beginning to was shaking hands with his slaughtering, it is not perceptiThe partnership of J. T. Davis Mr. Tilden Wagner, a travel- marK. An epidemic of chicken 'pox plow some. many friends in our town last ble at this time what the weight and Owen Stubbs has been dis- ing salesman was calling on our has been raging in this section ' Callie Stargel, who has been Friday, also representing the would have been. However, solved. Davis selling his inter- merchants last week. confined to her bed for some Adair County News. young as the hog was, we will est to Stubbs., Miss Bessie Black, of this among the children. Mrs, Hurt and daughter, Mrs 'time, is no better. Mr. Nathan Bridgewaters, of take the liberty 'to say there Mr. Jim White, toll gate keep- place is teaching a class of little Greensburg, was in our commu- never was a larger" one killed in er, near here who has been sick people. The school is progress- Lucien Blair, of Montpelier, were Whooping cough is raging in visiting Mr. G--. W. Collins, Wed- - this community, nity last week, looking after cat; Adair county. for some time has about recover- - ing nicely. tie and hogs. TheVe has been a series of Born, to the wife of Mr. Fred nesday. Dirigo. Hogs are scarce and high, and meetings in progress at old Mt. Mr. J. H. Smith, one of the Mr. J. B. Beard who recently Orton, a girl. Revs; Tarter and Campbell sold his farm and personal belargest tobacco growers in this Mr. Frank Orton left here a corn plentiful, and selling from Olive near here, for the past ten days. Up to date there has been part of the county, is in the held a very euccessful meeting longings, has gone West with a few days ago for Evansville, Ind. $2.50 to .$3. 00 per barrel. Louisville market this week, Mr G. W. Collins is still ham- about 18 confessions, and the at Greenbriar. There were sev- view of looking out a location. Glensfork. mering at the United Brethren meeting still in progress with eral professions and the commuLee Farris went to Louisville College. Some place in this part Brothers Hughes. Wilson and Mr. Geo. H. Nell finished priz- nity was greatly revived. last week to look after the sale Many of our farmers are tak- of the State, he thinks, would be Wooldridge as the preachers. ing tobacco this week. He made The family of G. C. McKinney of his 1910 crop of burley tobacco. D. B. White and J. T. Bryant on his farm 12 hogsheads the last have come in from Jeffersonville. No report of prices obtained has ing advantage of the fair weath- a suitable place to build it. er and plowing at a lively rate. season. He will leave for Louis- Mr. McKinney had been in a been given. Mr. William Gifford was visit- were in Columbia Thursday, on ville in a few days, "when he will week or so and had a house J. G. Dudgeon who accompani-e- d L. T. Bradshaw is now a citr ing at Big r Elm, Saturday and business. offer same for sale. There is quite a lot of timber ready for them when they arhis sister, Mrs. Bettie Joe izen of this community, having Sunday: if recently removed to his place one Mr. Robt. McCaffree, of Co- rived. Corbin to Louisville last week, Mr. S. L. McFarlingwho shot work going on In this communlumbia, was in rur town last himself Monday, is still alive at ity, including staves, spokes and A new telephone line has just for medical treatment 'returned mile east. of here. billets. week surveying town lots, and been completed from here to home. Rev. Pennycuff, the Methodist this writing. establishing corners. district evangelist, and Rev. Estell Canady was in Bliss, and I understand that it Mrs. Tommie - Aaron, wife of Denmark. Methodist circuit rider, Add Aaron, has had two severe Beck, the n will be extended on to Columbia. Mr. Charlie Sparks, the last week on business. One of our neighbors and of Russell Springs circuit, are spells of hemorrhage from the blacksmith of our town, I do not believe that there is anMr. C. T. Roberts has his Kentucky friends, Ell McFarland whose conducting a revival at this nose in the last two or three grist mill now in operation, and purchased a building lot from J. other small town in A. Diddle, for $75. He will in that has better telephone con- mind became demented, tried to plac. days. will grind Friday in each week. Mrs, L. T. Bradshaw has commit sucide by shooting himself the near future, build a res- nection than Dirigo. Mr. Oler Bloyd arrived here to John Shepherd, Dee Tarter, idence. We are glad Mr. Sparks day from New Mexico. He has Willie and Dallas Carter, and Frank Stotts sold a yoke of with a shot gun. That failed to pneumonia fever. will locate permanently with us. work oxen to John Sharp, of kill him, .he then slashed his Crit Yates, of Columbia, is bought a farm here, and will re- Stella Shepherd are attending throat with a razor. Doctors drilling a well for Lawrence Wil- main with us. Mr. Wes Parson, another good Amandaville for $85.00. school at Russell Springs. wind kinson. blacksmith of our town, made a Mrs. J. W. McClister visited took three stitches in his In speaking of the proposed Mrs. Thresa Shepherd and Mrs. on his pipe and twenty-nin- e Montrip over to Edmonton last W. R. Taylor, our huckster, is telephone route from this place V. O. Wheat, who has been on her father, Mr. Charles Bennett, throat. He is getting along nice- doing a lively business this win- to Denmark, brings to the mind the sick day, and made a big deal in Fairplay a day or so last week. list for the past week, is ly. Mr. McFarland is a gentle- ter. trading horses. Wes knows a oi the writer the magnificence of reported some better. Cyclone. man in every respect and we good horse when he's on jockey A little daughter of Isaac Wil- wild scenery of the country Frank Shepherd sold to James hope he will make a speedy re Most farmers are nearly done street. which divide the head waters of Redmon, one cow for $27.50. liams is just recovering from a stripping tobacco in this section. covery. His family has the sym- severe attack of pneumonia. Cabin and Greasy creeks, havUncle Thomas and aunt Pame-li- a Mr. Geo. Evans, of Dunnville, pathy of all that Jtnow them. Mrs. J. R. Cuudiff is on the ing an opportunity last Summer will be a Grady, two of the oldest peoThere is a move on hand to citizen of this commuMr. Oler Bloyd who has been sick list at this writing. ple of our town, are enjoying a be- to traverse this mountainous re- nity in the near future. build a new telephone line reasonable portion of- health. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sublett in New Mexico, for the last four tween this place and Montpelier gion. Leaving Cabin at noon, J. O. White purchased of Fred years came in the 26th. Mr. Uncle Thomas is able to come to were visiting relatives near this winter. If thi3 line is built we rode through some lovely and Arthur Cravens, of Illinois, town most every day. last Saturday night and Bloyd is here to stay, having pur- it will be the fourth line 'com- valleys covered with meadows. a farm near this place, considerchased a farm at this place, We . Mr. Blakey Dulin, another good Sunday. pleted to this place, within a Then striking the foot hills, and ation private. are glad to have him with us f r going up some distance, we becitizen, of our community, was Mr. J. R. Wilson sold 1 hog to year. Mr. Wm. Hobson, of he is a good citizen and a honor gan to take in the beauties of (jur with us last Friday. Came in Mr. James Woodrum for $8. Messrs. Roy Hadley, of inroad, was here last week to any community. position. ' Far above us the wild and inquired of ' your reporter if JohnN. Squires bought 3 hogs Lewis, Elbert Pulliam and James looking after the timber bus- Little Phillip, son of Edward mountains raised their forest he had any good padlocks, and from Mr. A. B. Cox, for $18. of Fairplay, Clyde Buster, of Aaron, is sick at this writing. covered crests, the broken coun finess. informed us that some one had Mr. Luther Young, of the L. Creelsboro, and Miss Lou Miller, J. O. White was appointed try of hills and small valleys Mr. Hardin. Knoxville shoe ieen visiting his corn crib after W: T. S., 'spent last Saturday attending school of Crocus, are stretched far away below us. Deputy Clerk' last week, by J. W. the curtains of night were night and Sunday with Mr, Robt. man, put up at the Aaron Hotel at this place. After arriving on the summit of Bryant.last night. drawn, and took several bushels Smith. J J. H. Kelsay will set up a the mountain, we came in sight Some of our young men wil 1 a little on the of corn, and lost Little Katherine. Aaron cele Mr. James P. Todd, of Coburg, chair factory at this place, in a o our destination, which we see leave for the west in a few days. road. brated her 3rd birthday Friday. spent last Sunday with Mr. John short time. There is also some as the road skirts around the Barrett & White will move We are glad to note that Mr. R. Cundiff. Master Ray Wheat and sister talk of the establishment of jel mountain to a lovely place nest- their saw mill to Neatsburg in a JLT. Sherrill, who was taken removed Mary, visited at this place last broom factory at this place dur- ling in the shadow of the hills, fewAdays, where they Mr. Neil Dixon has will saw a Tuesday. 7kIently sick in Columbia very Spring. to one of Mr. A. B. Cox's houses ing while in front is teaming with yarctfor the Campbellsville Lum- suddenly one day last week, has Old uncle Hut Blankenship is near the pike. about recovered, and is able to growing weaker all the time', Please settle your accounts at once vegitation. While we descended ber-.CV Mr. Creed Hood sold his crop can't' last much longer, be on the stage of action again, e is a for the vear 1910. You can see me on the other side, the sun was fast J. O. White and J. M. . s v .of dark tobacco to R. L. Faiilk- - Jine old- gentleman.- dropping behind theitree tops of; ;nd attend to his affairs. thejColumia square every Monday, Columbia Monday John;B. Grant. is- about, all com- - nerfor thewestern hills, and the charms '( Mrsr. 0:9 E.,JRippetoe is at the .The work . fcW .. f j pleasant but threating weather, winding tip fall work and5 begin-in- g spring work. There seems .to be no effort upon the part of the farmers to burn plant beds preparatory to a future crop of tobacco. Waiting perhaps the result of sale of the crop now on hands Crap shooters are becoming reckless along the county lines they can dodge near here,-wherfrom one county to another. In a game near the Adair and Green line a few days ago it is said that Woot Anderson was knocked unconcious by a blow on the head with a fence rail in the hands of Jpsh Ingram, both bedside of her'sick father. A protracted meeting is in pro-- ! Farmers put in good time last orrooc !f Wa VfctrNav Mamnrial week taking advantage' of the 'i Church. Coburg. Bro". - K7KtstK7KKK7K7K7K7isfc & ! 7R7K7K7i7K NTMNj' VI IX IX K 7K 7F st T-- TIx Tx TO THE PUBLIC iX Xl IX Beck will begin a series 7 of meeting atHayes chapel the first Sunday in February. Creelsboro. On Wednesday, the 1st, day of February, 1911, IX IX We are having some ix GRADYVILLE STATE BANK will open for bnsiness. All necessary equipments have been arranged and we trust the people within reach of this institution will be prompt in giving the business necessary for its successful operation. Mr. W. L. Winters, an experienced Banker, a man of integrity and fine business standing, will be in charge as Cashier. Every courtesy within limits ofjgood business will be extended. Your3 truly, W. M. Wilmore J. A. Diddle C. O. Moss W. S. Pickett J. R. Tutt G. E. Nell U. N. Whitlock W. B. Bradshaw J. H. Pendleton 2x XJ IX xir N' i j i -,. j ' j ' two-year-o- ld i t sell-tobacc- o. 4? 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