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NUMBER A 14 CEREMONY AT THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. tors of the law, and those people up there are beginning to realize, that when he speaks he means business, and the business like methods in which he THE PIANO CONTEST. MANAGED BY ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND RUSSELL & CO. Splendid Opportuniiy. Commissioner's Sale. conducts his courts, is commended by all the good peeple in that section of Miss Elizabeth H. Rowe, of Near country. Fred McLean. this City, to Wed Mr. Porter ' A. ttrange, Jacksboro, Texas. Death of a Prominent Lady. t v ft 7 4 I- - I End of Eleventh Much sorrow was expressed in this How community early Monday morning when WILL LEAVE AT ONCE FOR THEIR TEXAS HOME the death of Mrs. Amerta Hindman, Week's Voting. J the beloved wife of Mr. W. A. Hind-mawas announced. She was born All arrangements have been made for and reared in the Portland section of a very beautiful wedding, which will Adair county, her maiden name being take place this (Wednesday) forenoon Caldwell. Last year she became a COUNTERS, J. W. FLOWERS, BRUCE MONTGOMERY AND ROBERT REED. at 11 a. m., at the Christian Church, resident of Columbia, her daughter, this city. The contracting parties are Miss Pearl, being County School SuMiss Elizabeth H.Rowe, an accomplish- perintendent, and the removal to this Ballots cast in Piano contest to Monday night, 7 p.m., Feb. 6, 1911. ed, attractive and popular daughter of place was for her convenience. Mrs. 732 225 Nellie Follis, Columbia Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rowe, and Mr. Hindman was a highly respected Chris536 825 . .i Rose Hunn, Columbia Porter A Strange, a young business tian lady and her death is a serious 523 125 Mrs. J. C. Browning, Milltown man of Jacksboro, Texas, who was born blow to her aged husband and children. 407 775 . ."." .:'. Julia Price, Bliss and reared in Columbia, and who is a She was sixty-fiv- e years old, the 379 900 S Ethel Moore, Purdy genteman of high character and stand- mother of H. C. Hindman,' who is 352 650 Madge Rosenfield, Columbia j ing, a son of the late J. K. A. Strange, Stamp Deputy for the Fifth Kentucky 257 925 '. . Bell Butler, Columbia who was a number of terms sheriff of district, his office being at Lebanon, 242 500 Mrs C. M. Russell, Columbia Adair county. and a sister-in-laof Lieutenant Gov 233 100 , Rosa Bell, Nell The Church will be appropriately ernor J. R. Hindman. Besides the ('.. ': . . ?. .:.'.... 208 250 Alva Knight, Jamestown decorated, darkened, the lighted candles children mentioned she leaves three 199 850 .f. Ada Feese, Cane Valley presenting a beautiful evening view. other sons, Will, Curt and Clarence 'l61 000 .' Nora Bradsliaw, Montpelier At eleven o'clock a m the bridal Hindman, all industrious farmers, and ) 157 700 Ella Conover, Columbia party will enter the church, the wed- many other relatives, all of whom have 155 575 .. Sandusky, Glensfork Fannie ?. ding march being played by Miss Alice the profoundest sympathy of everybody 149 550 Mary Squires, Columbia Walker. At the altar Eld. Z. T. Wil- in this town. The funeral services will 144 000 ;. Lucile Winfrey, Columbia liams, in his unuul, impressive way will be conducted at the Methodist Church 117 300 Louise Grissom, Columbia ;. join the couple. The urshers will be this (Tuesday) afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, 87 100 lna Hulse, Columbia Messrs. A. S Chewing, Ernest Flow- and Revs B. M. Currie and L T. Hulse 79 100 : Nancy Willis, Columbia ers, George W. Montgomery and F. P. will officiate. The interment in the 78 725 ;., Nellie Waggener, Columbia Hill. city cemetery. There were many floral 76 700 ,; . Lee Vista Royse, Columbia The contracting parties have many offerings. 76 400 ,v fv. . .v Creel Nell, Gradyville friends and in testimony of the high es72 900 ,. Grace Dudley, Glensfork teem in which they are held, many useQuite a Compliment. 71 200 .". Estelle Bennett, Purdy ful and handsome presents were re67 800 Columbia Allie Garnett, ceived. $.-. 67 500 ... , Montpelier The Courier-JournFriday of last Rosa May Conover, Immediately after the ceremony the 59 500 republished a large part of Dr. U. L. Mary Miller, Columbia couple will bid their friends good bye 59 500 . Bettie Loy, Fairplay and leave for their Texas home, carry- Taylor's report to the Fiscal Court of 58 900 Adair county, paying the local health Luttie Barger, J oppa ing the best wishes of every body in 58 800 , officer a very deserving compliment for Hulda McFarland, Rowena the community. 52 300 his complete work. In closing its Zella Fields, Breeding 50 100 editorial on Dr. Taylor's published Mallie Moss, Columbia Commissioner's Sale. statement which appeared in the Adair 46.900 Helen Upton, Glensfork , 42 000 County News, the Courier-JournMrs. B. M Currie, Columbia 26 800 says: Annie L. Blakeman, Milltown ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, 25 200 If every county m Kentucky had a Turner, Glenville Valeria KENTUCKY. 9 100 health officer as vigilant and active we ) Breeding Mattie Gibson, John B. Cave, Plaintiff, Thomas B Grant admr. &c, ) should see some speedy results in reBy virture of a Judgment and Order ducing the mortality average and the ency but from the standpoint of repreMarriage Licences. of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered cost of preventable disease. It is to be sentative citizenship Dr. Cartwright .at the January Term, thereof, 1911, in hoped the Fiscal Court of Adair county will measure up to the highest stand the above cause, for the sum of $290,00 appreciates the work of its health ofMr. Walker Bryant, County Court ard and prove a credit to himself and due John B. Cave and $40 00 due Sallie ficer and will see that he is properly re, D. White, with the interest at the rate munerated. It is a lamentable fact Clerk, issued the fol owing marriage to the members of the board." licenses for the month of January: of 6 per cent, per annum from the 21 that fiscal courts in general are not Mr. J. D. Walker, of Gradyville, day of January 1911, until paid, and very generous in making provision for Henry Grider and Lizzie, C. Wilson $115.15 costs herein, and for the purpose this important work, and the people and Bertie B. Hutch-erso- who owns the business house which John C. Absher the store rooms are occupied Jby Hugh of distributing the proceeds of said largely are indifferent to it. The pubRichardson and Charlie Hutchison and lands among the heirs of Wm. D. Cave lic money cannot be expended for any O. C. Pel ley and Mary Evans. deceased, 1 shall proceed to offer for better purpose than for the conservathe upper story by J. W. Coy, will nevN. H. Moss and Bertha Conover. door in Colum- tion of the public health. er have a better and cheaper opportusale at the Court-hous- e bia Ky., to the highest bidder, at Pubnity than will be presented this year to Wm. Keltner and Cleo Sullivan. lic Auction, on Monday the 6 day of erect a brick business house. Mr. R. At the Home of Their Pastor. Jas. Burton and Zora Burress. March 1911, at 1 o'clock p. m., or ther-aboF. Paull will remove the building Geo. Cundiff and Jennie Wesley. (being County Court) upon a which is occupied by the Paull Drug Co , Joseph Jesse Lizzie McCawley. of six months the following descredit and put up a brick. Mr. Walker's Tomorrow afternoon (Thursday) Mr. property is between W. L. Walker and cribed property, to wit: A certain Jo Z Conover, of this place, and Miss Mr. Elzy Feese, a former resident of tract of land situated in Adair county Grace Dudley, of Glenville, will be Columbia and a member of the Colum- the Paull Drug Co., and if Mr. J. D. Ky., on the waters of Butlers Creek a married at the residence of Eld. Z. T. Walker will put up a brick building he bia Brass Band, is now living in Louistributary to Green River, bounded on Williams. The couple will reside at would only have the front and back week he notified his brother-in-the north of the lands of Wm Beard, the home of the intended groom's ville. Last W. L. Wilson, who lives walls to erect, as he would join the law, Mr. on the east by the lands of D. P. Rice, father, Mr. J. K. P. Conover, this city. at Cane Valley, but was expected to W. L. Walker and the building to be on the south by the lands of Alfred The intended groom is a very excel- visit Louisville, to bring with him a built by Mr. R. F. Paull. Hendrickson and Rebecca Squires, on lent young man, who has many friends horn, the one he blowed while the west by the lands of S. L Banks. throughout the county, all of whom will tubor was the home of The Pastors of Columbia recently reFor full description reference is made be glad to learn of his very wise decis- here. The horn father-in-la-at - H. C. Feese, Mr.of Mr. organized their Association and so to the Judgment orders and pleadings ion. Wilson. Before starting to the city changed the constitution as to include in this action. The said lands being the The bride to be is a very attractive Mr. Wilson was given the instrument the Pastors and Ministers of the Counsame owned and resided upon by Wm. young lady and quite popular in the and he left Columbia with it, believing ty. There will be the first meeting B. Cave, at the time of his death. community in which she was born and that he had a perfect right to deliver it after organization Monday, the I3th, For the purchase price, the purchaser reared. She is a daughter of Mr. Jack to Elzy Feese at Louisville. The horn at 10 a m. All Pastors and accredited with approved surety or securities, Dudley. Her mother has been dead a is the property of the band, and under ; Ministers of the County are respectmust axecute Bond, bearing legal inter- number of years. The people of Colummust be fully requested to bt present. The the est from day of sale until pail, and bia will give her a most cordial greet- kept contract the instruments . Wilson meeting will be held in the lecture room When Mr. together. having the fooce and effect of a Judg- ing. leached Lebanon he was arrested by of the Methorist Church. Come and ment Bidders will be prepared' to the town Marshal and carried before help us make it a profitable meeting. comply promptly with these terms. D H. Howerton, Secretary. Corn Contest. the City Judge, charged with making W. A. Coffey Master Com. A. C. C way with property not his own. He' knowingly Mr. J. T. Goodman, Jr., who was The Corn contest for boys between was perfectly innocent of The Compliment Noticed. doing anything wrong. The party who here from Rowena last week, stated the ages of ten and sixteen, is a go in Adair county, provided fifty boys can caused his arrest was called at this that there was a fine tide in Cumberplace and he notified the officer that the land river and thousands of staves and of the be found, who will join. Already the man was not wanted, but the Band boat load after boat load of lumber . I noticed in last week's issue News, where Circuit Judge Carter had hnsinpss nunnlo nf PnlnmKia niAA K. .. here wanted the horn. The arrest was were being shipped out. Also many said, that judging from the small amont few good farmers, have secured suffi humiliating to Mr. Wilson and he re- - barges of logs. He ' also stated that of business transacted at the January cient money to offer from ten to fifteen turned to Cane Valley and reported to tnieves got into Mr. John McFarland's term of the Adair Circuit Court, that good prizes. In next week's issue the his father. Mr. R. B. Wilson, who was logs a few nights ago and stole thirty If one court a year would be sufficient for entire program will be published. attor-- i fine poplars, valued at $300. An effort you want your boy to learn new meth- in Columbia Saturday consulting Adair county. Every good citizen nevs with a view of suinsr the Town will be made to catch the thieves. should appretiate such a compliment as ods of farming and get better results Marshal of Lebanon. The corn and this, from our Circuit Judge, it being this is his opportunity. Inasmuch as the Roberts Bros, have good evidence that the morals of our directions will be furnished by the State We clip the following notice from the postponed their meeting, and since Bro. county, are growing better to a marked to fifty or seventy five boys, Send in Van Alstyne, Texas Leader. The subL. B, Aryin, the Evangelist employed extent as the years go by, and that evil your name at once if you want to enter ject of the article is a brother of Dr. by our District Board is now available, the contest. doers in the past are becoming conscious Cartwright, .of this place, and was we shall begin our meeting at the Bap2 the error of their way tf and most of born and reared at Glenville, Adair tist Church as announced, on neict Sunthem have resolved to be law abiding county: "Dr. T. S. Cartwright has day night, February 12th. A very corDeath of a Good Woman. citizens in the future. been appointed a member of the State dial invitation is extended to everyup in Casey county, where I have Dental Board by Gov. Coquitt and will body to attend these services. Will you Mrs. Jennie McC lister, who was the accept the position. been assisting the new Circuit Clerk Dr. Cartwright pray for the presence and the power during the terms of court, since his in- wife of Herschel McClister, died at her was not an applicant for any position; of the Holy Spirit? duction into office, 'conditions are not late home in the Fairplay country, last and news of his appointment came as xD. H. Howerton, Pastor: so good, as we have 87 appearance com- Friday afternoon. She was between a complete surprise to him. While years oldand Gov. Colquitt has shown excelient monwealth causes and possibly 200 old thirty and thirty-thre- e was a consistant member of the MethoAH Woodmen are requested toTbe all of his appointments the ones on the docket for the March term. dist Church. She was a daughter of I Leader feels that in none has he made present at the. Woodmen Hall, ThursexAlthough civil litigation is not so tensive in Casey county, as it is in the late 'Squire Crawford Loy, and better selection than in naming Dr. day evening, at 7:30 p'. m. Degree work Cartwrightas a member of the board. S. F. White Consul. Adair, but Judge Carter is no respec-to- r was highly respected in the Not only from the standpoint of effici- of persons when it comes to viola- J. C. Strange, Clerk. ' the Candidates Stand at the n, .- w J 1 The subscription price of the Daily ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, KENTUCKY. the greatest newspaper in the South, is $6 per year or $4 Geo. J. Hurt, Plaintiff, ) j" for eight months. We can send you the E. A. McKinley &c, By virture of a Judgment and Order Courier-Journfor eight months and the News for one year both for $2.50 of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderThis is $1 50 less than you would have ed at the May Term, thereof, 1910, in to pay for the Courier-Journalone. the above cause, for the sum of eight 100 doland 47 you only want the C. J. for four hundred sixty-thre- e If lars with the interest at the rate of 6 months with the News for one yearyou can get them both for $1.75. This per cent, per annum from the 19 day of offer is for a very limited time, and May 1910, until paid, and $62.40 costs should be accepted at r.nce. If you are herein. I shall proceed to offer for sale door in Columbia Ky. already a subscriber to the News renew at the Court-hous- e to the highest bidder, at Public Action, at once. If you are not a subscriber now is the time to subscribe and get on Monday the G day of March 1911, at 1 o'clock p. m., or therabout (being the great Courier-Journwith it. This proposition is only extended to County Court) upon a credit six months parties living outside of the corporate the following described property towit: Two certain tracts of land lying on limits of Columbia. The C. J. does this in order to protect the local agent. the waters of Sulphur Fork Creek. 1st tract containing 68i acres and the 2nd tract 78 acres and for full descripSome weeks ago we made the statement in The News that several candi- tion reference is made to the Judgment dates for the Republican nomination for orders and pleadings in above styled Representative would soon be actively action. For the purchase price, the purchaser at work. Since then another gentleman with approved surety or securities, is spoken of as a suitable man, and as we understand has about made up his j must execute Bond, bearing legal in-- I until paid, and mind to enter the race. This gentleman terest from day is Squire C. C. Rowe, of Sparksville. .,i.wi6 mv iuiic auu ciietl. Ul a.JUUg- So far as we have heard he is the only ment. Bidders will be prepared to comone in the Southern or Western part of ply promptly with these terms. W A. Coffey, Master Com. A. C.C. the county, who thinks of making the race. Courier-Journa- l, al al al of-sal- e For Sale. Gold Chief, the celeDrated Fancy Saddle and H irness Stallion, whose pedi An eighty acre farm, with good 6 room gree is unexcelled, as he is of Golddust house, one mile from Bakerton, on Cum& Morgan blood. He is known as the -- al -- -- Baker horse, is now owned by Garnett Breeding. He was on exhibition here Monday and was g.eatly admired. He vill make the season l!)II at A, K. Rupe's barn at Breeding, Ky. Also Mr. Kupe will have his noted JacK at same place. , al n. ut berland river, mostly bottom land. A six and one-ha- lf acre tract in Bakerton with a good two story store house and barn. Also one hundred and twenty nine acres timber land, consisting of Oak, Poplar and Cedar, on Collins branch, near Amandaville, and about four miles from Cumberland rivar. Call on or address, T. C. Goff, Mr. G. B, Burton, merchant at Gen. Bakerton, Ky. try's Mill, was in town Friday. Ar im. rangements were made with him by which a good correspondent would furPREACHING NEXT SUNDAY. nish lhe happenings of that section for The News. If others in sections not represented in the columns of The W. H. C. Sandidge. Ebenezer. News would assist in securing good F. J. Barger, Mt. Pleasant. correspondents it would'be much better Z. T. Williams, Columbia. for this section of the State. J. R. Crawford, Columbia. G. W. Pangburn, Gradyville. We own the printing plant formerly J. F. Black, Mt. Carmel. owned by the Columbia Spectator J. F. Turner, Red Lick. which we desire to sell It is a good W. J. Levi, Trammels Creek. outfit, new job press and cylinder paB. M. Currie, Columbia. per press and an abundance of type, C. F. Breeding, Providence., all in fairly good condition, stands, T. E. Ennis, Greensburg. racks, etc. Will give some man a barW. S. Dudgeon, Milltown. gain. Address The Adair County News. Roach, Fry. L. F. Payne, Morris Chapel. The Law Department of the KenD. M, Howerton, Zion. tucky University, Lexington, will get out a law Journal, its first appearance A Card. to be in March, Out of 150 law students nine were selected to get out the Journal, Mr. Jas. A. Wilmore, of GraTo our neighbors and friends whosa dyville, being one of the number. This willingly and kindly aided us during is a compliment to young Wilmore and the sickness and death of our mother, he certainly appreciated it. Mrs. Elizabeth F. Morrison. We most sincerely express our heartfelt thanks. At the Presbyterian Manse in Greens-burThe Sons and Daughters. Ky., February 1st, 1911, in the presence of a few friends. Mr. S. F. Notice. Patrum and Miss Lena B. Salmon were C. Sandidge. married by Rev. W. H. They were accompanied by Mr. J. A. I have this day filed my application, Salmon and Miss Celeste Shirley. in the Adair county Court to be discharged, as the assignee of D. B. White & I have a good Jack for sale, a fine -- J-- g, w -- I i I ! I Been shown five times and 4t. breeder. "W. L. Brockman. Assignee. five premiums. Will have awarded him in Columbia at the March County An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. W. Court. O. Johnson, who live near Gadberry. J. D. Sharp, Amandaville, Ky. died last Wednesday, a victim of spinal meningitis. This is the second child Mr. L. W. Bennett and Elmore these parents have lost, Strange purchased Mr. L. V. Hall's disease, in the last year. with the same tinner's tools and will continue the shop at the same stand. Mr. Strange We have had some cold weather since is an experienced tinner and guaran- winter set in, but unless this month tees satisfaction. brings exceedingly disagreeable temperature, the winter will be classed Monday week Circuit Court will open as unusually mild. Up to now there at Jamestown. The docket is about as has not been an ice season. usual, rather light. A representative Those who are making a fight for of this paper will be in attendonce the first part of the week and he desires to the piano will have to keep busy from now until the first of April, at which see all friends of this paper. time the contest closes The candidate-whkeeps everlastingly at work will Mr J B Barbee sold a pair of large black workhorses to Mr. Walker Br,- - win. ant, last Wednesday, for $500. This, 5,000 votes in Piano contest for perhaps, is the highest price ever paid county for two work horses. each dollar spent in our novelty Jewelin Adair They pre good ones. ry Department. i Son, this January 26th, 1911. ' " o Russell & Co. Mrs. Mary Dunbar, who is the wife of Mr. Jas. Dunbar, a merchant of Votes are missed because parties who Russell county, was adjudged insane and she was sent to the asy- can qualify to cast them are not aplast week lum. She is a fine lady and her friends proached by candidates. Get busy and go after every body. hope that her mind will be restored. I Mors Votes in Piano Contest. will give 50,000 votes with each Sewing Machine sold at any price. We have them at $12.50, $16.00, $18.00, $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00, the best make on the Market Russell &C We It is economy well worth considering, as good, safe business houses are at all times in demand, renting at good prices. 'MEN and WOMEN, sell guaranteed hose. 7a per cent, profit. Make $10 dally. Full or part time. Beginners I judg-fment- in I investigate. Wear Proof, nut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 3038 Chest14-1- 2, y TP I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS and he was stricken with the Pointed Paragraphs. that ten minutes of worry is illness from which he is dying. more enervating than a week of The man with a grouch is work, and advises his hearers Bort May 11, 1866. He is a nephew of Senator TillDied January 6, 1911. man and a son of George D. Till known by his bark. not to worry. Aged 44 years, 7 months, and man, wno was a representative Too many men mistake The hobble skirt may do for 5 days. in Congress. greatness. for avenue promenading, but it is a Deceased was born in Adair When you see a mountain pass flat failure for wear when ice Eclipses of the Sun. county, Kentucky, and was the it stays right where it is, skating. Not a few young wc youngest of six children born to The and swearing-ther- e en have found that out. New During the present year, 1911, Barney and Permelia Patterson. York Sun. will be two eclipses, both off season will soon be open, Arpil 2, 1890, she was united of the sun. It is perhaps not too Tests made in Great Britain The less a womans hat looks in marriage at the parental home even his pencil is that early to announce the first of like one, the better she like it. have shown that excellent paper McLean would fill a long felt with bullets. He says he had to T. M. Grissom, who survives these, which occurs April 28, The less DeoDle know about can De made of blue gum wood. want should he decide to take some amusing experiences when her. and will be total. This April ypu, the more friends you will ' Australia possesses an enormous charge of the editorial departImmediately after the marhe was out there the last time. eclipse will be visible in the have. supply of this wood, and steps ment of a weekly paper in that When asked where he was from, riage they removed to the state United States, with the excepState: Even a weak women may be are being taken to utilize it. and would reply, "Kentucky,' of Kansas, where their lives have tion of the far north. It is to able to put up a strong argu- - Paris has gone tea mad. Mr. Fred McLean, of this t. the first thing they would want mostly been lived. extend as far north as a line place, received last week, the lish customs cross the channel To this union were born three to know, "are you from Breathdrawn through the cities of ' with amazing alacrity, and now offer of Editorship a week itt county?" and when he would children. Dessie, Aubry and Bar- Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Butte, It is better to get rhrht at the a11 ly newspaper, published in an that said or done' a11 that start than to back up and start tell them no, he said an expres- ney, all of whom survive her. Mont., and Portland, Oregon. happens in Paris between 3 and 7 Arkansas town. Fred has made More than 13 years ago she again. sion of relief would seem to pass Visible in Mexico and Central p. m., is said, is done or happens several trips to the town in which Ken- - exnerienced a blessed hone in Wise is the woman who is mas- over their countenances. ,. , ,, America, the path of totality will , ., around a tea pot. Firago, Paris. the paper is located, during the ' tucky has got a reputation in the UnriSt, anailinumDieSUDmiSSlOn extena, " , fpr nf the art nf snvW nlpps.nnf J " irom AucKiana, Austra-Intentional blinding to escape past few years, and he says it is Western country, that is unjust, to the command of her Lord, was lia, across the Pacific ocean, al- - tmn2s- conscription for the army is still a thriving little railroad city, and should not be, because there baptized into the fellowship of most to Central America. Ati The first time a bride loses her met in Egypt. The men employ- and that the country surroundis just as peaceable and law- -' the Primitive Baptist church, Richmond, Va., and temper it worries her husband ed are at New ing it is above the average farmekher the placin of a abiding people in Kentucky as called Bethel, at Lamar, Colora- Orleans, La., the phenomenon half to death. hofc needle Qn the cornea rroduc ing land in the state. ' there is in any other state in the do., August 17, 1902, by Elder will occur either in part or wholly A dentist may not be a society mg a dense, white leucoma, or a Fred further sajs, that he is Union. Fred says he made this W. C. Perdue. Her life since n, !. out sunset, but Louisville is man, 111ne is ngnt at nome in a puncture often involving the doubtful whether he can assume ' statement in Arkansas, and will then has been that of a most de- - more tortunate. Iptis J nr hv Hip Wrndnntfnn nf Mere It is drawing room. ... VH w. v.. w the control of a Democratic to make it, in every voted disciple of her blessed Mas- scheduled to begin at 5:30 in the continue newspaper, (he being so strong, afternoon and last just one hour. Some women wear themselves- lime or an irritant vegetable other state he may visit, but ter. into a fit of sickness trying to de- juice in the eyes-cdly imbued with the principles of For more than four years she there is one God given endow-'meThe other eclipse of the sun for Every know how polite a man what they will wear when Republicanism) in a county where most Kentuckians has been almost a constant suf- - 1Q11 folia nn CnnUav OO onrl iitTIT ' j.1 that is when he wants to let you loan Democrats galinippers persimmon V, ', states.r"ey 8 uul possess, and that is manly cour-iae- ferer from the dread malody, TV De invisiDie to tne unitea shakers and meal sifters reign Its awfully hard for a man to him money and braverv: and they are which final!' sapped away hpr Louisville Courier-Journa- l. supreme, without writing somepray for his neighbor as strenu-- 1 No doubt there was many a not afraid to own it, it matters life. All that human skill could thing that might not meet with lemon given in the guise o f a ously as he prays for himself. do was done for her relief by Don'ts For Churchmen. not where they may be. the approval of all of these, but A fussy old bachelor savs that Christmas presant. her devoted husband and family, Don,fc try to studv men within that he is ready and willing to Island Under a Curse. about the only difference between It is better to be known b y and her loving friends, but all in try it if the proposition is made the limits of four walls. a wedding and a funeral is the the company you keep than by vain. The death angel claimed sufficiently attractive. Don't forget the true great- - music Chicago Mews, friends you give away. Race suicide is no joke in New her for his own. Through all Republicans are almost as Caledonia, where most of the her suffering she was singularly ness is revealed in gentleness. When a man is hoaest enough Mow Mtrp Fnr Hoanarho scarce as "hen's teeth" so to Don t look at the world with tc admit tnat he doesn't know . white labor has been performed patient, uncomplaining to the paspeak in the town where the shaded eyes else it would look by convicts and that end. Have you a headache? If so much there isn't much you can per is published. It is Democrat- island being a penal colony of Though our hearts are deeply dar- .write to John D. Rockefeller. teach him. ic from "whereas to amen" and France. There are very few fe- sad, yet we would not call her Don't try to get on the bright The chances are that he can cure Occasionally a middle-age- d v the whole State of Arkansas is ' . .. :j r i: uy male convicts to contract marri-aere- s. back. God hath called her and .&iue ui me u scouring your it witn tne wondertul, new woman retains her illusions and the same way, as to that mat-UDon liberation, with the she hath entered into His ever- fello ws headache remedy which he pre. doesn't believe that all the world ter, but this statement, Fred free male convicts. Naturally lasting rest. . i,vfin'cnn'ha jrtrt-- , i.v, u n li UCll liIIG UUUIO IU a HUllC OWiliyVI. 1U1 UUllU JLVlblGi. ;Ill UllC is wicked and unkind. fti. tv. JJll says, at the present time would other women have not cared to The funeral was held from the sin lest a bigger one y forces its , lobby of the Fifth avenue Bapt-An alternating current of also seem to apply to Adair coun- -' settle in such a colony. Then, Methodist church, January 8, at way. ist Church yesterday morning. plunges back and fourth ty, Kentucky as well. too, the liberated convicts are 11 a. m., conducted by Elders W. ' Don't imagine yourself to o Ritter is the sexton of the through the filament i n a n In making a further statement past middle age by a big ma-- C. Perdue and D. B- - Nowles, of church. ' incandescent lamp 120 times a what is expected of an Editor jority. In December only 459 the Primitive Baptist church, of large for the little duties requirA day before Christmas he second. in Arkansas, Mr. McLean says, ware under forty years. The Lamar, Colorado, assisted by ed of you. Don't judge your fellowmen stood on a ladder in the Sunday The surface soil and rock have that out there the Editor is sup- - number of deaths far exceeds Rev. E. E. Carter. At the cemschool room affixing minature been removed from a big Penn., posed to know it all. When the number of births. For the etery the song Nearer My God by their attainments alone; take ' eieciric UU1DS t0 a nnstmas anthracite mine aud the coal i s there is a new advent into the same reason the native blacks To Thee was sung, after which into account their ideals. tree, when the ladder toppled now easily taken out by steam . . Don t keep your conscience in if the paper by reason of ' low the race suicide example of Eld. C. R. R. Bixler of Stoning-to., , , over ana ne naa a oaa ian, as a shovels. hot being informed of the occur-- j the whites, there being a mark-renc- e, Colorado, concluded the cotton batting six days in the result of which he was confined ' A distinguished Vienna physiweek what it may b9 tender on or by oversight fails to ed decrease of population among services. to his home until yesterday. cian has attributed the increase make mention of the fact, the them, too. The curse of penal A large concourse of relatives Sunday. When Mr. Rockefeller appearin disease of the respirator Editor may expect a blessing, servitude seems to lie on the and friends followed the remains ed in church yesterday he took Short Meter Sermons. organs to the growing practice either the happy father orj land. It is estimated that in to the cemetery. Ritter by the hand and asked among men o When Un- - twenty years Caledonia wilf be f going clean mother in due time. Those who. acted as Men who neve failed don't how he felt. The sexton said he shaven. cle Remus brings a load of cot- -i virtually destitute of labor. were, Dr. J. H. Hardy of La- believe in luck. was all right again, except for a ton to town and he made two Constantinople tramways have mar, Colorado, T. J. Crist. H. Q. Every time a man kills time he bad headache. Walton's Squibs. more bales per acre than he did passed from Belgian control into Holdren, H. E. Hurst, A. A. injures himself. "I know of a remedy which the hand of a German syndicate. 3ast year the Edito is expected There is an .old saying that ev- Caldwell and Carl Kulander of Look for trouble and you will has helped many a man, " said The system is '.being made over make note ery man has his price, more or Hatton, Kansas. to know about it and not look in vain. Mr. Rockfeller, and he pressed a of the fact. much as was that in Chicago. The many friends of the beless high. The cheapest guy we bill into Ritter's What other people do worries twenty-dollIf a ycun? man and his have heard of, however, is the reaved family extend to them Cold Storage Products. hand. sweetheart goes driving on Sun- Indiana man who has for $100 their heartfelt sympathy in their us more than what we don't. "I suDDOse he crave it to me." Humility iooks good to u s day afternoon; the Editor must contracted not to kiss a woman great loss of a dutiful wife and a ' 11.1 T U THi.1. J wnen il oreaits out on our ene- - saw xutter aiterwara, IDecause 1 jj- js now rePorted from Chicago be sure andsay that Mr. So and for a year. It may be a person kind and loving mother. was at home Christmas time and that millions of pounds of cod mies. So and Miss So and So spent a who lives in Indiana could make ' wearing some oi tne ciouas.uiunt gee me compliments or most delightful afternoon driv-- . such a contract( but in Kentucky nmAnnt V.nvA hom hohl Dying in Hut. from earth clears the vision of the season he always gives me. too long by specuiators and will ingto Cotton Plant, Pumpkin you could not find a flesh and Estranged from wife and rela- heaven. JhJut, really, my neaaacne aoes nnw uA fV,rflOTT, nn mnrVph. Bend and other points, enjoying blood man who would enter into tives, deserted by one time friends Many churches miatake rak- - feel much better alrealy. the balmy air, and beautiful such a contract except for an This will have a depressing effect and penniless, James H. Tillman, ing in the shekels for bringing in scenery, etc. 'on prices but is not expected amount that it would take six recently Lieutenant Governor of The Roundup. sheaves. The Editor out in Arkansas figures to denote. Female lips greatly to affect the retailers South Carolina, and slayer of N. a rare man who can loaf The products held are chiefly, on his "far seein are too tempting in this State. It is must have Many would be happier i f G. Gonzales, editor of the Co" Fletherizing " and not become a nuisance. specs" every moment of his exbutter, eggs, poultry, cheese, In keeping with other States lumbia State, is dying in a they stopped He must , istence, So Fred says. When some men are not smok- etc. Commission men, many New York has passed an ordi- wretched hut near Edgefield at- their medicine. that no one else . know things of them caught. There were nance providing a fine not more tended by an old negro, who is The angels are more likely to ing they are fixing their pipe. ides know, and he must mention than $50 for any woman whose be counting beads of perspiraSome men are like phon- three large failures last week. his only companion. .them in his paper. When the ographs; every day they reel off Instead of cold storage being hat pin, unless suitably guarded, But for the old negro it is said tion than drops of tears. minister delivers a good sermon protrudes more than half an inch resorted to in times of A collapsible conscience may exactly the same records. Tillman would have starved to hiorning the Editor on Sunday A man's conscience is fre. duction, to absorb the surplus, it from crown, or other portion of death. Once the most popular be more comfortable than ,an in will say so in his next issue, and the hat. This interference with politician in South Carolina, Till- growing one but it works a s quently assisted a good deal by has been the policy to employ if the County Judge or Justice female rights is reprehensible. the system in times of scarcity the work" of a good detective. man has been ostracised since he much harm, makes two hearts of the Peace to make a greater deficiency in The governing powers are get- killed Editor Golizales, who was We are less likely to bejknown When two of your friends are beat as one, the newspaper is ting down to very small business, products. unarmed,although he was acquit- by our paths to the church than in a quarrel they will usually m supposed to be at his "wireless" by the paths our children tread. make it up quicker if you when there are so many men ted by a jury. let 1 will grind corn at my mill every when the event occurs. who carry knives and other 'danPlease settle your accounts at once them alone and do not mention Saturday. I will also sell shingles, and Tillman sought to enter the When the pastor binds up have plenty now for the market, either gerous "weapons against whom ministry in 1904, but the church for the year 1910. You, can see me on it. double deck headoak or chestnut. wounds a the Columbia square every Monday. E. A. McKinley. A Baltimore physician says is the inevitable result, and they could devote their energies. barred him. His wife left him, er John B. Grant. HHow Would You Like To the thousand and one other little . . happenings must nave space in Editor In Arkansas?" the paper, or somebody .. will be The Editor is supoffended. contribution The following posed to be almost superhuman iras handed in by one who has in his knowledge of the daily oc- been hearing expressions from currences, and again, according Mr. Fred MbLean, touching hist to what Fred says, a great many probable acceptance of newspa-- ! of those people out there think per work in Arkansas. Arkan-- 1 when a man hails from Kentucky sas 19 a fine field for a good newsthat he is a walking arsenal, and paper man, and doubtless Mr. loaded Be An . ; ! ' Margaret A. Grissom. con-spicuousn- ess , ! i j leaf-turni- ng J i j ; I Eng-men- i ... i . I ' ! ..-- . - . ' -- -- ; e nt re ..;, ( T .- -i. , i j i . , . , ex-convic- ts, j I 1 , !.- -,, . "d;--- ' elec-trict- i , i of ; I I fol-fami- ly ! n, . is-fro- , m pall-beare- rs ar i 1 1 A. J?l- - I 1 - ' I Ln... ! j h i I ! -- ov-pro- - cu-pi- ds 12-3- m i 3fe 1HE ADAIR C0UN1Y NEWS THE V AJlV us US IJ BsZre LJCAA. V H? iwSi P3k! l.JU 3ggffi8m mm te4 E 2SJ 113 V Special Clearance Sa e Of LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 Mm (pest Carpets and Rugs During the winter months make a visit toour store a most profitable one. IRRESISTABLEs;LOW?PRICES must help us to clean up all Limited Lots, Discontinued . Patterns and Remnants in a short space'of time New Spring Goods are crowding in and we'need fthe room greatly. When in LOUISVILLE, do not fail to Investigate our offers , i" FMK. 111 K?ia BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER THEJREGULAR PRICE OF HI SS SS irt!C4 riM s&a w? r SS3i SB; lVM' Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Incorporated Centrally located. Market St. bet. oth. &"6th, St. THE LOUISVILLE TIME IS S5.00 m L3xl-J A YEAR. $ & & $ W W W$ FRANK W5 WW IP YOU WILL SEND .YOURI ORDER TO US, YOU CAN GET W M9 SPI r: nr JSISS i klukan High-Grad- e 4 fo THE ADAIR COUNTY rWi LjfEKl NEWS AND :$? '.JL3.J -- & . Marble Cemetery work of all kind.... Granite See you US t Y before .N buy 3s Represented by C. G. Jeffries in this and adjoining counties '3i3 H!i & THE LOUISVILEE TIMES B0TH;0NE YEAR m tz2o& Anxious Candidates are Working Hard to Win the Prize. Just Think What a Nice Prize will be Given Away. We are well pleased to see the amount of energy that is being put forward in the Contest for the Standard 1910 Kraus Piano by the Candidates. Everything is lively and the Piano seems to be on the brink of a precipice with deep holes at the bottom. You don't know which hole it will drop in or which candidate's home it will be placed in. Remember that there are five Pianos to go, one absolutely free to the most popular young lady in this section and four oth ers at a small cost to the next four most popular young ladies. Is your girl in the race? Or your friend? If so, you can help her by getting votes and placing them to her credit. These votes can be secured by subscribing for the News and paying for one year, for which you will receive 1,000 votes, or 1,000 for every dollar paid in for job work; or by trading with Russell & Co. who will give 200 votes on every dollar received on merchandise, and 1,000 votes for every dollar received on the jewelry which m LifJi Lifow. Main Street, Lebanon, Kv- - t J fjlri? m(& mm XSlhz? SJ FOR ONLY $4.50. litt m&m THE LOUISVILLE&TIMES is the best afternoon paperjprinted anywhere. Has the best corps of corres- i2ifl pondents. Covers the Kentucky field perfectly. Covers the general news field completely. Em &m Wfifci Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH III S ; Studebaker Birdsell Has the best and fullest kets reports. mar- flilburn L $K DEMOCRATIC in politics, but s SiS mlrx A car load of Wagons Oliver Chilled Plows Disc Harrows A car load of" A car load of fair'to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP-- , 1 TION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPfiR they are handling. If you are not a subscriber to the News, send in your sub scription at once and cast your ballot for the lady you admire. If you are already a subscriber and are in arrears, pay up and do likewise. !. not to The , Louisville Times. Over IS , I ; WftSs ragpa MM &ff& rLrt 111 Mfg MM v.f 1 lH mem mm wiS Ti Of,. mm Pm jJkJL m. mm m LV Ill m - 3T11 J 7X uWZ-&&! yt Emmvm- 1111 $m& 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 eight million dollars Some Pointers. were spent during the last ten years in support of miners' strikes., according to the report Good deeds as weU ag bad ones of President Lewis, given to the Hke chickens come home to convention of the United Mine roost Workers of America at Columbus. You may rule your roost. Clean your sidewalks even i f ' your neighbor does not clean his. if IIIIII w One good cleaning may bring another. . . . What mother is not looking for When a woman IS to much 0 f something that will help her children! VL Jlfe. sm,ethSc! a dinger she is likely to smother lor tne bowel trouble? Long ago she prob-- ( the "sturdy oak," aDiy nas oecome convincea tnai a When you have so much to do child cannot readily swallow a pill or a tablet, and that to "break them you do not know what to next in half and crush them" is an annoy; The state of West Virginia is A little more song and a little expected to recieve nearl $600, less glum, 000 as inheritance tax on the es And coins of gold for the uplift tate of the late Stephen B. El of the slum; kins. A little less kicking the man that News. Kentucky is down, A little more smile Spring trade. oughly effective. It is especially the Ideal remedy for children and women and old folks, who need something pure, mild and natural. It has the advantage of being a thorough laxative and yet contains Use it for the most tonic properties. stubborn constipation, indigestion, liver headache, sour stomach trouble, sick and such complaints with a guarantee will cure. that itCaldwell personally will be pleased Dr. to give you any medical advice you may desire for yourself or family pertaining to or bowels the stomach, liver xplaln your absolutely in a free of charge.will1 reply to you casedetail. in he letter andfree sample simply send your For the a postal card or name and address onrequest the doctor's otherwise. For either "W. B. Caldwell, address is Dr. Monticello, 111. R.500Cnld-r- dl building, is the best I. Davis of 187 W. Harrison street. Chicago, Mary Belford. 1710 Coke street, and Mrs. Ky., both started with a free Louisville. The New York automobile law sample ana now iney write tnat tney A In thejwJc requires aperSOn who run have never been without a bottle Itvs undoubtedly a great ivmuy rem- -, ly.jas it is adapted to aii ages, being j clown anotner fn give hi5 name A mild and pleasant to take and yet thor The stock barn of J. T. Daniels in McLean coudty with twelve head of horses and a lot of provender was destroyed by fire with a loss of $5,000. Henry Murphy age twent-fiv- e a laborer on a tow boat fell into the Ohio river at Paducah and and was drowned. ance; that usually they work too drastiBud Fikes and John Taylor cally, and are nauseating and too pow- do nothing until you take time erful for the little one's stomach. Any mother who will take the trouble Haste makes wast in engaged in a quarrel in Sinpson of sending her name and address can ob- to think. sample bottle of a remedy county and Fikes was danger-uusl- y tain a free that thousands of other mothers are using more ways than one. paying for. This remedy is Dr. and now stabbed. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and the offer of Go your way serenely let others bottle is open to any mother a free trial yet used it. Having Neb Kennedy colored aged used who has not yourself it it and convinced can obtainthat in is what tembers be what they may. sixteen was killed by a train at you want, you the fuit ture of your druggist at fifty cents and A tranquil mind is somthing to Madisonville. one. dollar a bottle, just as so many others are doing, the free sample being simply to convince you of Its merits. It work for and hold to. A Little More and a Little Less. way to begin on it. Mrs. llvv ILSJ'a and a little Rule in . less frown; A little more Golden marts of trade, LIME, SALT, AND CEMENT A Remedy SPECIAL LINE. ! lllJll A little more sunshine and a lit- tie less shade; A little more respect for fathers Will deliver any kind of Farm and mothers, A little less stepping on the toes of others; A little less knocking and a little more cheer For the struggling hero that's left in the rear; A little more love and a little less hate, A little more of neighborly chat Implements at any station on the L. & N. R. R. The Merchant Woodson Lewis Mail orders promply attended to Courier-Journa- Greensburg, Ky. little more deed and a little at the gate; The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. l' A little more of the helping hand less creed, little more giving and a little by you and me, and address was declared unconless greed; x A little less of the graveyard stitutional according to a ruling A little more bearing other peosentimentality; by Justice Crain in New York in ple's load, dismissing the indictment against A little more of flowers in the A little more Godspeeds on the pathway of life, ir Edward T. Rosenheimer a dusty road; A little less on coffins at the end who was charged with A little more rose and a little i speeding away after running of the strife. Stephen Al- less thorn, down and killing Miss Grace To sweeten the air for the sick bert Northrop in Qearson's Mag- mill-iona- Haugh. and forlorn; ' azme. y The Danville Advocate truth- - 'in which he asserted that could come back to old Kentucky says that great inducements are now being offered by the and rent a farm and make more land sharks out west, but those money than if he owned the with the fever for emigration finest one in the Sunflower State, from God's country should rea"d Cows away from home always the letter from the fellow in have long horns, and everything. uotteyvuie, jvansas, recently wauiiwoM u. gum, auyua (printed in the Winchester News, had better stay at home. he-full- - THE ADAIR CGUKT? KEWS TUP primary calf so as to include the endorsement of aj"candidate for Published Every Wednesday United States Senator. AssessBYiTHE thejdifferent races were Adair County News Company. ments in orfixed and the ( Incorporated.) dered tolreport again February EDITOR. 17th, on its gwork of arranging CHAS. S. HARRIS sub-committee iflllR PnilMTY llCUC' James7 request and amended the 0"fr4"0"frQ FIFTEEN REASONS WHY 444 fet l?iX& .& W w Democratic newspaper devoteii to tlie interest of the City of Columbia and the people f Adair and adjacent counties. I'ost-ofHce The assess-- 1 primarydetails. ments are as f ollown for the va rious positions: Governor $4,000, Governor, $500; Auditor, Entered at the Columbia as sec- Lieut. ond class mail matter. $2,000; Attorney General, $2,000, Treasurer, $2,000; Clerk of the WED. FEB. 8, 1911, Court of Appeals, $2,000; Secre- jtary of State, $1,500; Supt. Pub- - ' Senator Paynter seems to be lie Instruction, $1,000; Commis- in an explanatory position but sioner Agriculture $1,000. The there are others in the same amount eachjaspirant will have to pay will depend upon the nura- When Senators are elected by ber of entries in each contest . OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS ARE THE BEST GENERAL PURPOSE PLOWS IN THE WORLD FIRST. They are the original and only Genuine Chilled Plows made. SECOND. They are adapted to a variety of soils, will do first-clawork and more of it with the same amount of draft than any other plows in use. THIRD. The mouldboards are thoroughly chilled, have no soft spots in them, will scour perfectly, and will not wear out in ten years' plowing. ss J the vote of the people there will NINTH. All parts of the Oliver Chilled Plows are fitted over templates at the works, hence are exact duplicates, and by simply giving the number and hand, you are sure of a perfect fit. TENTH.-T- he be less cash distributed in the al from the contest for the Dem- -' capitals of some of the States. ocratic nomination for Governor The tremendous amount of came as a;great surprise to Dem- whitewash used in Washington, ocrats throughout the State, who ' for the last few years, certainly held him in high esteem as an i has cost this country much mon- - able, honest, fearless Democrat, capable of making a Governorey. that would redown to the good Gov. Hooper, of Tennessee, of the party and the well beingi sent a message to the Legisla- -' f the State If he is correct in ture. criticising the late Gover-- , his statement concerning condi-na- r Patterson in regard to the tions that prompted his with. prohibition laws. drawal ifc .g tQ be regretted by free-to- n Dr. C7F. Crecelius, of Pendle- - a11 who believe in relious Demo-effocounty, is making an earnest dom and who really desire Denomina-Democra- ts to be nominated by the cratic government. for State School Su- - ' tional Pride is commendable and perintendent. He is perfectly Productive of good when under familiar with school work and the restraint of intelligence and ' would doubtless fill the position common sense, but unrestrained, ' with honor to himself and to the objectionable and hurtful to the perfect satisfaction to the State. moral as wel1 as the Political life He is a public spirited man and of the country. So far as we wants to be in position to do have been able to learn neither something for the school children the Democratic nor Republican party have formed an alliance of Kentucky. with any religious order, nor in Hon. L. C. Littrell, editor of any manner pledged hostility the Owenton Democrat, is a can- -' toward any one. Mr. Johnson, didate for State School Superin- - therefore, must be the victim of tendent, subject to the May pri- - some evil designing politician mary. Mr. Littrell is a well- - who would willingly wreck the known educator, and while a party for his political downfall. member of the Legislature was Chairman of the Committee on n PERSONAL education. He respectfully asks the Democrats in this section of I the State to favorably consider Mrs L. W. Bennett was quite sick , Hon. BenJJohnson's withdraw- -' 8 imitators. an inferior plow. ELEVENTH.-F- or Oliver chilled Plow has hundreds of No manufacturer will try to imitate , - FOURTH. -- Oliver's Chilled Metal will not corrode. The heaviest coat of rust that can accumulate on it will be entirely removed by a few minutes' use, and the mouldboard will be as bright and smooth as before. FIFTH The Oliver has a thorough center draft, runs lighter than any other plow, and is under the direct and complete control of the operator. SIXTH. The woodwork of the wood beam plows being free. from mortises, permits easy, rapid and perfect adjustment for either two or three Steel beam plows are set for the class horses. of work wanted, quickly and easily changed by means of the clevis hitch. SEVENTH. The Oliver is economical in repairs, and' when your share is renewed you have an entirely new cutting edge. EIGHTH. ease of management, adjustibili-ty- , lightness of draft, durability, superior finish, and general excelence, it has no successful com- 3 . petitor. TWELFTH. The Oliver has a record unparallelled in the history of plow making, and at home and abroad is equally famous and popular. You can depend upon it, first, last and all the time. THIRTEENTH. Your neighbors will tell you to buy the Oliver and to take no other. They speak of faith born of experience. FOURTEENTH.-The- re are over 3,000,000 Oliver Chilled Plows in actual use and many more are being sold at the present time than any other plow manufactured. They are warranted to do all that is claimed for them. The name Oliver is a guarantee of excellence. FIFTEENTH.-Fina- lly j 4 rt , The Oliver or Bowers patent slip-nos- e share can be furnished when desired ful saving device. a wonder- ' these plows are better known, have reached a larger sale, have had a longer run, have proved more popular and given better satisfaction, than any other plow on the face of the globe. : -- Look out for imitation Shares, Mouldboards and other extras. The Genuine OLIVER PLOWS and Repairs are made only by the OLIVER CHILLED PLOW WORKS, South Bend, Ind., U. S. A., and have thier trade mark cast in the metal. All others are spu For Sale by nous. Reed Hardware Co Columbia, Kentucky. .Come in and inspect our High Grade Field Seed. , m i& , hi3 candidacy. last week. Mr. W. A. Hunter, travling salesman' was here Friday. Miss Alice Walker was a victim of neu- Louisville and Baltimore will make a fight for the next national Democratic convention. proposes to raise $100,000. That will be her bid for the great meet. With a little effort upon the narfc of Louisville she could not only offer the same amount Of money, but many Other invit- ing inducements COUld be pre- sented. Louisville is the place for the convention and we would be very glad to see her get it. Bal-'timo- re ralgia last week. m" Mr. J. A. Webb, of Webbs X. Roads was here Monday. T. Harvpy returned from MrM. W. Jackmanhas been sick for Mr. John New Orleans last Monday afternoon. the past two weeks. He will remain here for some time. Mr. James Cole, Bakerton made us a Mr. J. T. Goodman. Jr.. of Rowena, rT PwMfinlltT toll TVfnnnoiT of Columbia, was here Miss Molhe Jeffries, who was onthe a frmer citizen wren- sjck list last week, has about recovered. on business several aays 01 inau i 'V mi &$ eMQMSHQi 4 $44404443 Best lambs Culls !WW SHEEP AND LAMBS M&5 "& lumbia four years later with winj iiiuvcu iu Ghouls Visited" the .grave of Alexander was here last George B. Saufiey at Stanford week taking orders from our mer. cemetery last week evidently chants. . . With the View of removing the Mrs. Hugh Kiehardson, who was body. They dug down to the quite sick last week, is very much WOOden box which contained the ' prVe ' Mr' S' W' Saltsman' the fertilizer cottin, and tracks of a man and a man wag here last Wednesday and woman were on the box. It is Thursday. believed upon reaching the cas- - Judge H. C. Baker and his daughter, SalHe'. retUrned frm Lebann Mrs. Smith, wife of Dr. T. A. Smith, Mr. Robt. Reed was confined to his quite sick at the home of room with grippe a few days of last Monticello, is , Mr. G. B. bmith, her father-in-lawthis city. Judge T. A. Murrell has returned to Mrs. J. W. Williams and daughter, Florida. He will be absent about two l.!l..:il mntliiir anrl sisfrpr of y i-- his par--1 Local Market. t:ilLS I'aunuc, auu 1110 trip 'ast week was his first visit" since The following is the Local Market taking his departure a half century ago. given by S. H. Grinstead & Co., today: His father and brother, James, are 13 Eggs dead, but his mother is yet living though 10 Hens old lady. a very 10 Chickens L.OCKS , i 5i(zg 3 2J-- 3J Fatsheep GKA1N. Wheat Corn i.io f0 Additional Locals. Remember that for each dollar paid into this office one thousand votes are given in the contest. here last week, Mr. and Mr. J. C. Glassock, of Leba- non, spent several days of last week, For Sale. visitmg Mrs . J. C . Browning and other Adair county. One 8 Horse Power Gasoline Engine, and wife, of Okla- - Fairbank Morse make. New. One 3J Mr. J. S. Thomas city, are visiting relatives in this Horse Power Gasoline Engine, Miami. h coi;nty Mr. Thomas left Adair coun- - In good condition. Call on or write, ' L. C. Winfrey, years ago. ty thirty-on- e 12-Columbia, Ky. Mr R H Atkins, a former resident of Adair. iow of Montana, is visiting ket the thieves were frightened Pnday evening. If Albert Highdigger, who left Adair in his old home county. Every- county many years ago. will write to away, ueorge a. bauney was a Mrs.B. M. Currie, who was on the relatives gad t0 see him. body wa8 Lawrence Rodgers, Pickett, Ky , he prominent attorney, a son of the sick list a few days of last week has I Mrs C. Hurt, of Louisville, and will learn something of great interest Miss Ursula Keolsch of Cincinnati, ar-- to him. late Judge M.C. Saufiey. It is Said , about recovered- It. rived Saturday mornin a?d will spend Mr- - B- - H- - GilPin and Mr' W' R that he was engagea to a nromi- - on called a0 see the Columbia grocery. a week or ten days, voting relatives Monday was County Court. The nent Central Kentucky lady. Im-- men last Friday. and friends. crowd in town about up to the average Mr- - L- - v- - HfH a?d lamily wi!l !e court day assemblies. Business with mediate steps were taken to run Mr.H. c. Hiudman, of Lebanon, was i merchants fairly good, and a number of of his mother a few days down the grave robbers. Later- .-! Mr. Hall h mules were bought for the Southern of ast accepted a very lucrative position in market. Mrs. Harrison was arristed in A , J I i , 3t f re ( Mr, J. T. Barbee, J,,-we- visiting Turkeys Geese Ducks Wool (clear grease) Wool (washed) Hides (green) : 10 to 12 7 S Cravcraft. Plowing is the order of the day. The singing at Cone :d conducted by Bro. Pierce w ts qui:e a success. The school Feathers Ginseng t66S wax . 1 ....... ... 20 28 to 30 5 to 6 35 to40 42 00 o ! at Concord is Saturday. I will also sell shingles, and a success, conducted by James have plenty now for the market, either oak or chestnut. Hayes. 12 3m will grind corn at my mill every quite E. A. McKinley. Ester Moore, of Garlin, is at- ! LOUISVILLE Latest Quotations MARKETS. tending school at Butler. J. N. Murrell our merchant, on Live Stock are having good trade. Clem Burton, a produce man made his special trip here today. l. ' ! CATTLE - brfj. SSSl Shipping . steer Beef steers Fat heifers and cows Cutters Bulls Canners...j Casey County, and at Stanford she confessed and paid a find of" Milltown, $75.00. & L. J?&Z k. last-wee- The Democratic Ex. Committee, which met in Louisville last Saturday, acceded to Congressman Misses Ruth Dowdy and Bettie Cun- diff, of Camp Knox, were shopping in Columbia a few days ago MasonheimeferoLLexing- FiftyMr. G- - Hog came out last Thursday, w&8 here laa Wedneiday. town, the 2nd, took a survey of the surroundMiss Allene Ritchey, sister of Mrs. four vears ago he was born in this John Lee Walker, who resides at in the hotel building which stood wnere ings, then went back to his den, to reBurkesville, is visiting in Columbia. the new one now stands. He left Co main six weeks loriger.- - trusting tha health andoBperityjnay "' attend themr ? ,. p w Z'ZZ. ': Feeders gallery for sale or rent. Stackers; A picture 2t Good location. 14-- E. L. Sinclair Columbia, Ky. c: Choice milch cows. . . .. . . . Common'to fair cows . . . BQGS ". Choice 165 to 210 ".". .... ' ., There will be preaching at $5.0057.5 ,. 3.505.50 Clear Spring the 4th, Sunday 3 755.00 Whooping cough is almost over 2.503.50 1.502.50 at this place. 2.754.75 4.005.50 FOXES WANTED. 2.755.50 35.00-45.15.00-35.00 00 Grejr and Red Foxes Squirrels 53.00 .50 to 5i50 to 1.00 Mediums, 130 to 165 Roughs .."....'' . ' ,. 7.85 letter. 7:65 7.15 And Express. Send name of your express office, in first I W. T. HODGEN. Box 232 . Campbe'.Uville. Ky THE ADAIR roi'NTY NICE'S i haMsa 11 WJ 11 ri i 1 I-- ! f f1' - 7. b bbbbI ", V;t' o - f .il- . 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I - " T3 o o S3 (V a cs SB 3 . .a "3 C cs tt h. ft h, -2 s3 c 5 X a . d d W ' . c S3 -- t5 V- JA 3 h. 3 o ft lj - 33 CO 7 BE ADA1K COUNTY NEWS F '; Attention! n We Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill ' , H SmoRe Less In Winter. t ! House. COLUMBIA DISTRICT, ROUND. SECOND! 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. Interest to inspect It will In fact we can furnish be to your Prices. our Stock and Co. Sandusky &Ky. Columbia, 0! 3.0iJV : - - Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns A, A"' Porch Material, HUGHP A Stair Work, company Interior Finish, Etc. BLINDS c The next House will be Democratic. It will be charged with A notable Vienese physician the dutv of framino- - and nassino-asserts that smoking affects peotariff legislation acceptable to ple worse in winter than in sumthe country. If such legislation mer, and he advises all smokers meets defeat in the Senate or is who find their health and menvetoed by the President, the tal faculties impaired in winter fault will not rest with the Demofor no apparent reason to accept cratic party and the one remedy tobacco as the explanation, and left the people will be the "electo smoke less frequently during tion of an administration, Demothe cold months. Tobacco is a cratic throughout. very powerful drug, according to For nineteen years, the Demothis physician, and cannot be crats have beer, shut off from consumed in large quantities (.needed sources of information as without serious effect on the to the actual workings of the heart. It must be remembered American tariff in comparison that during the winter the heart ! has a great deal more work to with the conditions which preJ vail abroad in the matter of cost perform than in the summer, of labor and production. The for the cold causes the blood veswtrk of the new tariff board will sels to become pinched and small open to them a most valuable It is thus less able to bear the source of information. It will extra strain put upon it by smok- supplement, not conflict with ing the work that the Democratic i . L tfo.27 No-2- 3 & N. Time Card f rain Peytonburg, Chestnut Grove, January 9. Albany, Maupin, February 1st. Clinton Circuit, Lands Chapel, February 5. Thurlow, Hanks Chapel, February 11-28-24-- Mo. 79 Ho 21 Vo.93 i'sain 0.24 0.78 0.28 fa. 22 Jo. 92 ' In effect Monday. Dec 31. 1&0S. SOUTH BOUND Lv. Louisville Ak. Lebanom 9:12am 70 am 10.04am 8:15am 5:05 pm 7:40 pm 10.-0pm 80 pm 6:20 pm 30 pm NORTH BOUND Lv. Lebanon Ak. Louisvills 7:60am 5:48am 10:15 am 7:32am 6.55pm 420pm 6.28 pm 3:15 pm 0 12. Nos. 92 and 93 10:15am 722am are Sunday trains only. Campbellsville Circuit, Asbury Chapel, February 5. 14-1- Campbellsville Station, Febru- W1LM0RE HOTELW. JH. CUIUIVIORE, First-Clas- - j ary 6. Greensburg, Greensburg, February 9. Spuiiington and Early, Tay6. lors Chapel, February Casey Creek, Jones Chapel, 15-118-125-2- Prep p. Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rates s March 2. Mannsville, Mannsville, March 1-- GRftDYUILLe, KY 4-- 5. Cane Valley, Carmel, 11-1- 2. March S. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. Tf We appreciate them. Farmers and Fruit Growing. A Wa.ren county farmer is preparing to put thirty-thre- e acres of land in apple and peach trees, and other farmers in the same county will follow his exWhy should'nt they? ample. A dispatch in Monday's Courier Journal told of two Kentuckians who purchased a rundown apple orchard over in Ohio, trimmed itandsprayed it and made enough from the first crop of apples to pay ior it. Good apples are m demand, and the same may be said of good peaches. It is a good deal easier to trim and spray an orchard than it is to "worm and sucker" a crop of tobacco, and it is a mighty sight cleaner work. Considering the relative amount of labor involved in raising tobacco and in growing apples, it is vastly more profitable to the farmer to put Apples his land in apple trees. are selling in Louisville at six dollars a barrel, and most of those that are being sold are Ways and Means Committee has in hand. Louisville Times. Tortured for 15 Years. g by a stomach trouble that baffled doctors, and resisted all reme cure-defyin- Columbia 12-1- and Tabor, March 3. Gradyville, March 14. Temple Hill March 9. 18-1m E. L. HUGHES CO., IINCORPORATED. 2II-2- I5 Street LOUISVILLE, KY. E. Main 4 U. G. HARDWICK, Pres. J. H COCKE. V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 dies he tried, John W. Modders, of West Tompkinsville, March Moddersville, Mich., seemed doomed 21-2- 2. He had to sell his farm and give up work. His neighbors said, "he can't Tompkinsville, March 25-2- 6. live much longer." "Whatever I ate distressed me," he wrote, "till I tried T. L. Hulse, P. E. Electric Bitters, which worked such wonders for me that I can now eat Wise Things Said of Woman. things I could not take for years. It's sure a grand remedy for stomach trouble." Just as good for the liver and When a woman holds a man in kidneys. Every bottle guaranteed. the hollow of her hand she can Only 50c at Paull Drug Co. - -- r kr Special Attnetin lo Eyes Spavin or any surFjstulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDED. ONBURKSVILLE STREET. INCORPORATED 18S9 jvimiiWRiGHTS DEALERS IN I mACHifliSTS GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS 1301 THIETeeNTft-MftlLOUISVILLE N. ENGINES. EC1LERS, SAW MLIS. SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work iB Flattery is a sort of bad monHodgenville has a Poland China sow three years of age which has ey t o which our vanity gives produced seven littters of pigs. currency. palm off any kind of talk on him. All you've got to do is stir some Peter Atherton, on rual route people up to have them boil No. 4 five mile north east o f over. One Sow Brings $500. Res. 'Phone 29. Dr. Office 'Phone 40- -: James Triplet! Dentist. M 91 ISA JOBBiNQ WORK SOLICITED -- E All Kinds of Machinery Repaired P O or xox iox GET OUR PRICES ON BEFORE YOU BUY Galvanized Roof ins; il o o In the first lot there were five seven in the second nine in the third eight in the fourth fifth and sixth and it was from these six litters that he realized a n average of more than ten dollars to each of the forty-fiv- e pigs and he yet has the seventh lot two dispose of. Mr. Atherton says this is the sow that it pays brought there from other states. to take care of. It will be seen This, too, despite the iact that from this statement that the Kentucky soil will produce as product of this sow has realized j nearly $500 Larue He?rld. grown good apples as can be JEFFRIES BLOCK 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, It will last a life f without any nails exposed, and is better.than any tin roof. time without painting. IL, fishing. One of the best days sports I j ever had said the renowned law- Iyer was Oil the Florida COSt. 116 East Market between First and Brook Three of us each with a rod pulled in a cVirvffr Hmo " ftiiirOrpat'. Vipnlpr nf st as we could cast Burns, Scalds, Suts, Corns, Bruises, m fiSh a3 I forgot Best Pile cure on our lines in the water. Sprains, Swellings. earth. Try it. Only 25c at Paull nnw WW Wnrl nf fieV, rhov warQ Drug Co. ., . , vv naies yeriiays, suggescea one The Tariff Board. of the party. Quiet in Oil. tricts of western Kentucky, nothWhy, man, we "Whales ing of interest was accomplishThe reasons given by baited with whales!" PhiladelLexington Oil field develop- ed. At the beginning of the new Champ Clark for his support of phia Times. ments in Kentucky for the last year much new capital is being the bill providing for a tariff , week in December were quiet, invested in Maine aud North Carolina. exploiting new terri board of five members, to be ap only a few drillsbeing at work, tory, and the year may bring ad- - pointed by the President, not The effect of prohibition in and these being in the lower end , ditions to the petroleum produc more than three to be members Maine and North Carolin as seen ,. , . oi tne state. omuieuons ior il. T n r . n , n r r ., n.v v a 1x13 uibiuuw ui liic oiuu: as a. reof the majority party, are the by their respective Governors, is the week were few in number, sult of test drilling now getting reasons of common sense. The as work was affected by the holiGovernor w i e d 1 y divergent. good headway in a number of board will in no wise interfere day season. Plaisted says the law in Maine In the Rock Creek extension, heretofore untried fields. with the work of the Committee is a disgusting failure, putting a Work in a number of Western on Ways and Means, selected by Wayne county. Pennsylvania premium on hypocrisy, deception Kentucky counties is being re the Democratic caucus to preoperators drilled a fifteen-barrand disrespect for the law. producer, and a well of some garded with interest by the trade pare a tariff measure by the Governor Kitchen of the Tar what smaller caliber was drilled generally. opening of the next Congress. Heel State, on the other hand, in the Mt. Pisgah district. A Palls Victim to Thieves. Under the bill as amended in gives his testimony that prohiblight producer is reported from S. W. Bends, of Coal Cifcyj Ala., has the next Committee of Ways arid ition has worked in North CarSteubenville, constituting the a justifiable grievance. Two thieves Means, the House has the power stole his health for twelve years. olina, that it has incerased week's new production in Wayne They were a liver and kidney trouble. to direct the subjects to be inand frugality,be-sid- e Then Dr. King's New Life Pills throtcounty. by the board and the relieving thegoverment,and tled them. He's well now. Univaled vestigated1 In the upper and eastern dis- for Constipation, Malaria, Headache, information so obtained is to be politics of the Most perplexing tricts and in the "wildcat" dis- - Dyspepsia. 25c at Paull Drug Co. placed at the disposal of the influences. We carry in stock V. vnmp and Corrugated Ironl Roofing, Gravel, Rubber and all kinds of Paper Roofing. Dehler Bros, LOUISVILLE, KY. or IOE Wife Got TIP Top Hdvice. "My wife wanted me to take our boy to the doctor to cure an ugly boil." writes D. Frankel, of Stroud, Okia., I said 'put Bucklen's Arnica Salve on it. ' She did so, and it cured the boil anywhere on earth. A Big One. Attoney-At-LaThe woman who marries to, The Burley Tobacco Society C Will practice in sent out checks amounting to When James M. Beck now of better herself generally becomes this and adjoining counties. $1,000,000 to the growers in New York was on one of h i s worse than ever. Jamstown, Kentucky, : Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana as frequent visits t o this city h e The prettier a woman is the ' a 20 per cent payment on the encountered several old friends less she believes love is blind. DR. M. E. JONES 1909 pool. and they fell to telling stories. ' The Bachelor'Girl Says. By the way they talked about Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist, w Social fame lasts as long a s COLUMBIA KENTUCKY the possessor is present. He who surrenders when he! is wrong is wise. He who sur, renders when he is right i s married. But he too is wise. g)entist The hobble skirts is making quiet a stir considering the en- -: OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES' BUILDING. tire abence of bustle. 'PHONE NO. 40, RING 3. Many preseut problems a r e COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY past follies getting ripe. Homely girls rush in under, the mistletoe where preaches fear H. to tread. 2)i S, Dunbar ' i I Joseph Stone, i -- j j (By Helen Rowland) Columbia, Kentucky. man doesn't give his heart to woman any longer; he merely leases it to her for a few weeks A i oJ ! at a time. ' ' j . i I ( Devorce is a radical surgical operation which relieves t he ' heart but leaves a lifelong scar Special attention elven to"Dt try. Diseases of the Eye. Poll Evil. Fist .. and all on the soul. other Diseases which visits Due Krute. sliop on When a husband says that he lias larce barn near 31. An Bomar Height-.- . Office in'barn. is sorry for having angered his wife he usually means, that he's sorry for himself, A wise flirt wears his scalp! beneath his waistcoat; only mas- -' culine o r a ieminme tool goes -! , j i The m w i- - - r w- . j . about waving trophies of the Adair County News And love chase. To a woman her first kiss is a consecration; but somehow, to a man it always seems like a des- el ecration. After marriage two is awfully dull company. FOXES WANTED. COurier-Journ- al One pros-perity.indus- try Grey and Red Foxes Squirrels Coons S2.00to$2.50 50 to letter. And Express. Send name of your express office In first W. T. HODGEN. Box 233 I 75to 1.00 1.25 Year For Campbeilsvllle, Ky $1.50. t THE ADAIR COUNiY NEWS i Get Well Of course you do. You wish to be rid of the pain and misery, and he happy again. If vou are sick, you wish to get well, don't you? If your illness is caused by female trouble, you can quickly get the right remedy to get well. It's Cardui. This great medicine, for women, has re lieved or cured thousands of ladies, suffering like you irom some female trouble. CARDUI For Women's Ills J 39 Mrs. Fannie Ellis, of Poster, Ark., suffered agony for seven years. Bead her letter about Cardui. She writes : "I was sick for seven years with female trouble. Every month I would very nearly die with my head and back. I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was cured. Cardui is a God-sen- d to suffering women." Try it. ers. Mrs. Ruth Willis of nonr Coburg, Taylor county, returned last Wednesday. She reports a Of the 5th meeting of. the Musplendid time. sical Associatio'n, to be held at Mr. Cortez Sanders bought a Russell Springs, on the 2nd Sunfine calf last Wednesday. day, February 12th, 1911. Mr. Charlie Willis of near CoMORNING SESSION. 1. Singing by Russell Springs burg, visited Squire- Willis last Wednesday night. choir. 2. Devotional Exercises, Prof. Owensby. A. E. Barnes. 3. House called to order, by We are naving nice weather at Chairman. 4. Welcome Address, Loren present, fine for farming. Phelps. Our community is on the im5. Response, Robert Antle. provement list in the building 6. Minutes of last meeting to line. The people seem to want to be read. better, rrore convenient and Program. I 7. Song, by Taylor Sullivan. between singing and good reading, Luther Wilson. 9. History of Music, 'notation traced, Prof Dudley and Ben 8. Difference Burton. 10. Songs by the Juvenile choir. K?!CiK?7tVo2 Ji'fiStiwysjraWBfSI . jnmmsmatr wjrr'u 11. Difference between scale and key, L. C. McKinley. Dr. E.L. Powell's seventeenth Edna Goodrich the actress 12. Music as a culture art, Robannual banquet at which 700 will seek to claim practically ert Antle and Stewart Rexroat. Louisvlle men of every denomi- half of Nnt Goodwin's estate 13. Solo, Mrs. Rounds. She a nation sat down was held in the along with a divorce. 14. Music by Choir. 15. What is the distance from th e comedian signed a First Christian church Thursday night. It was the annual bantrust deed equally divid- F sharp to D flat, Deny V. Grims-l- y and Grant Anderson. ing the income from $1700,000 quet to be in AT ALL DBUG STORES ryy-r.Ti??- pre-nupti- al held the present edifice. 1 between them. P?SsOsxs?Kse( WEEKLY COURIER - JOURNAL Ena Bryant. 17. How many essential properties has tone, and what are S they? June" Kerns and J. T. Frye. 18. Solo, Kirtis McGaha. L. O. Phelps, ) Committee. s J. T. Hughes f Prof. I. M. Grimsley, Pres. Prof. J. F. Hughes, Vice Pres. 1 Denny V. Grimsley, Sec. 16. Solo, HENRY. WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL Purdy. 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. 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. i Pickett Tobacco Warehouse INDEPENDENT C. A. BRIDGES & Co. PROPRIETORS Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, "Ky. ES C.HS ; W. G. BRIDGES Give us a trial. Four Months Storage Free We Guarantee to Please you Table supplied With the Best the Market'Affords Meals, 35c MILLEN HOUSE. M. D. MILLEN & CO., Located on Railroad St, Proprs one square east of L. & N. Station Lebanon, - Kentucky. fc. CI v The farmers of this section have done quite a lot of plowing during the last two weeks. Mr. G. T. Atchlcy and Mr. Elmer Leach made a business trip to Bluff Boom last week. Mrs. Francis Willis is right sick at this writing. Mr. Alex Kerr and daughter Mrs. Mary Black of near Purdy, visited relatives at Burdick, Taylor county last week. 6 Mr. Burton Gill who has been living on Mr. Lee Durham's farm of Greensburg, recently moved to Mr. Caldwell's at Bluff Boom. The roads are in a wonderf nlly bad conditiion at present. Mr. Lincoln Burton and wife visited their daughter, Mrs. Moss Burton of near Cane Valley last Sunday and Monday. Mr. Jack Burton purchased from Mr. Will Vaughan the finest and largest red fox hide that has been seen in this country in many years. Mr. Plato Wade purchased five nice hogs last Monday. A Kansas BUI. Mr. Allie Harmon's little boys that had diptheria have about J. E. Williams, of Kansas inrecovered. Mr. Pompey Burton made a troduced in the Legislature a bill flying trip to Louisville last requiring that all brides and bridegooms must have health week. certificates before they can obMr. J. H. Willis'was at Purdy, tain a marriage license. The last week. bill provides that physicians Mr. Sim StClair visited Mr. must pass on candidates not Melvin StClairMast Sunday. more than ten days before the purchased application for the license is Mr. J. E. Burton four nice shoats last Tuesday, made, and if he makes any false price unknown. statement he is to be fined from r, Mrs. Mary Morris of near $200 to $500, or be- sent to jail spent Monday with her sis- for ninety days Any official ter, Mrs. U. B. Morris, this who issues the license and any place. clergyman or official who marries Mrs. Mollie Roe visited her a couple without having a certiparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. ficate may, under the bill, be Wade this place a few days ago. fined from $100 to $300 and be Mrs. Jane Cofer who has been sent to jail for from thirty days on an extended visit to her moth- - to six months. -- . others say their wheat is sprout ed and just waiting for a little On Monday January 23, 1911, moisture to bring it through the the spirit of Mrs. Elizabeth Mor-- ' ground. rison, a highly respected woman About eight years ago the and a much beloved grandmother wheat didn't come up here until of the writer, took its flight to March and then made a fine crop God who gave it. 10 harvest and we hope it will do She had been in delicate health as weu thjs time. for several years being a victim Many of the good people around of Kidney trouble. She was conhare are still taking care of their fined to her bed only too weeks bad colds and lagrip. Nick and and all was done that loving Tom Blankenseip are on the list. hands could do to relieve her sufWe understand that Mr. Sam fering, but earthly assistance Lester and wife are talking of could only soothe the patient.suf-- 1 buying property in town and fering until she calmly and peacemoving to it, and letting the fully passed into the mysterious other fellow run the farm. beyond. buildings buildings that Mr. Ves Lawless is hired to She was born July 18, 1828, will show off as a marvel of switch-boar- d died January 23 1911. makinel run the farmers beauty and architecture, to the her 82 years, 6 months and 5 for another year' Ves is a pretty strangers and passers by. days old. She was married to good hand at the business an Mr. C. C. Holt and wife were Joseph J. Morrison, October 22, , receives a RaIary of $1200 a year Creels-bor- o shopping and visiting at 1846, her maiden name being for his last week. 0n Jan- - 25th several friends Stone. To that union Mrs. Hulda Wolford, little son, seven children were born three and relatives met at the home of Mrs. S. E. Wolford and daught- girls and four boys, fiye ofthemMr- - Tom Blankenship for the er Cora, and Miss Martha Mur- survive her. Messrs. M. A. and purpose of celebrating the birth-ray, were guests of Idell Sims G. Morrison, Mrs. Sarah G. dav of his mother, Mrs. Belinda recently. Henson of Gadberry, Mrs. Mary ' Blankenship, ft being her 75 Mrs. Ernest Barger and Mrs. V. Phelps, Glensfork, Mr. J. H. birthday. Most all the ladies Omrie Wolford visited Mrs. M. Morrison, of Hiseville, Barren took with them something real Owens one day last week. county. She leaves one brother Sod to eat and al1 Put together Mr. Joe Clayton purchased a and one sister, Mr. A. K. Stone, ' made a Sood dinner of which all horse of Prof. A. H. Ballard. of Fairplay, and Mrs. Mary partook heartily. The following is a list of those present: Murrah of Montpelier. Price not known. She professed religion in 1844, ' Mr- - Luther Blankenship and Mr. Ed Lawless, wife and ' family, Mr. Elmer Wooldridge children, visited Mr. H. C. joined the M. E. Church South, Rogers at Sewellton Saturday in which she lived a consistent and two little daughters, Mrs. Josie Blankenship, Mr. and Mrs. member until death. night. The funeral services were con- - L. P. Helm, Mr. Cullen Nyn and The early sown wheat is lookfamily, Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- ing very well, but the late is not ducted by Rev, T. J. Campbell in the presence of many sorrowing Miilan, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. so good. Smith and son, Neal, Mr. and relatives and friends. Mr. J. M. Sims and daughter, At the close of the services the Mrs- - J- - N- - Blankenship and son Idell, visited Miss Laura Moore body wrs laid to rest in the Stone Felix, Mr. Edd Blankenship and at Jamestown, one day last .family, including the home folks grave yard. week. jail togather numbered 36. In "Help us Lord to love thy way While here on earth we roam, Prof. J. V. Dudley sang at Mt. !the afternoon there being a That we may dwell in peace for aye Vernon Sunday. Prof. Dudley photographer inSt he crowd, we For Thee and friends a home." is a fine singer and thoroughly all proceeded to the yard and A Grand Daughter. understands the science of music. had a group made, and of course Program. Misses Sallie and Olga Lawless all are expecting to behold a pretty picture soon. are visiting at Jamestown this Of Fifth Sunday meeting of week. Mr. S. R. Price has been ad- Second North Concord associotion Mr. S. B Collins is the owner to be held with Free Union vertising apples at 80 per bushel of a very fine hog, the largest' church on Saturday and Sunday and a few Saturday afternoons perhaps in the county. The hog Mr- - Price was away from a 29 and 30 of April, 1911. will weigh 460 or 475 pounds and . home and a man drove to tha 1. Devotional exercises, 10 a. ' , , Mr. Csllins intends to make it home of Mr. Price, went into the reach the 500 mark before in. cellar, filled a sackgwith apples 2. Our association and its ' slaughtering. returning to his buggy needs. J. S. Wade and Aarnn and after A Miss Dunbar of Russell and storing his apples in it, he rrrjl Springs is visiting her uncle, Mr. 'turned around and saw Mr. 3. Denominational literature, prices daughtei3Miss Amia James Dunbar this week. M. T. Grime and J. M. Williams. watching him. The man politely The meeting at Wooldridge 4. The Bible plan of forgiving spoke to her and .drove off. I school house, conducted by Revs. one another, C. L. Bradley and understand they know who the Joe Wooldridge and James SulliW. F. J. Wilson. man is and Mn Price had an van, closed with ten professions Sunday morning 10 o'lock. item placed in The Belle Plaine and most of them united with the 1. Bible sanctification and mod - News, inviting the man to call M. E. Church. B. B Sims being em sanctification compared, J.O. and settle for the"! stolen apples. among the number. Sutherland, and C. L. Bradley. Mr. G. F.Eastham and family Life Saved At Death's Door. 2. How to secure better discip- and Mr. A. E. Wolford and wife "I never felt so near my grave, line in our churches, J. R. Gri- - writes W. R. Patterson, of Wellington, spent Sunday at D. G. Griders. Texas, as when a frightful cough and der and E. G. Wilson. Obituary. i ! up-to-da- te t I work-Elizabet- h G. I , ' ! j i ' j ! i , I , J j Ab-she- - . Editor News: After reading so many interesting letters in this weeks paper, I shall write a few more items which will perhaps be of interest to some of our Kentucky readers. The weather continues fine for us. There has not been enough moisture to prevent automobiles from running a single day this winter. lung trouble pulled me down to ICO pounds, in spite of doctor's treatment ' interest in Sunday school work, for two years- - My father, mother and , ., , j two sisters diod of consumption, and ,. T lvi. x. vjiiiiib, o. j. ouLuerianu that I am alive today is due solely to Dr. King's New Discovery, which comand J. S. Wade. pletely cured me. Now I weigh 1ST W. F. Wilson, Committee. pounds and have been well and strong E. J. Walters f for years." Quick safe, sure, it's the ' best remedy on earth for coughs colds. Belle Plains Kans. lagrippe, asthma, croup, and all throat 50c & 1.00. Trial and lung troubles. bottle free. Guaranteed by P aull Drug 3. How to develop a greater , , i Co. President Taf t, in an address at thejb'anquet of the National Tariff Commission association at Washington openly indorsed the Longworth bill, characterizing it "as a conciliatory measure embodying all the important features that are necessary to make the tariff commission effective." He had previously summoned the Republican members of the ways Some farmers claim that their and means committee to the wheat will not amount to any- White House, and urged them to thing again this year, while harmonize their differences. wstfi.i::s. i Mw"'5 sr - - p3s" -- ; "V3k, - T , 3 8 Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS bellsville and Columbia Wednesday and Thursday. that worms was the main cause i : Sherriff Sale of Land for Taxes. of his death. To the bereaved On Monday March 6 Hill, at the Ethel Hatfield is staying at parents we would say, weep not court.house door in Columbia, Kx the We have had plenty, of rain Russell Springs at present, his as those who have no hope, and' same being the first day of a regular for the past few days. 'vi-uAdfr co"r!,ty c"urr' remember the Good Shepherd teIm of otter to the highest bidoer fur ca.-- in Clem Keltner was in Columbia sisters, Misses Josie and Bertha has said: butter little children hand the following described tracts ot being in school here. last Thursday. UntO me and forbid them land or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy Bro. Cave, of Columbia, is to come the tax and cost due tor the var 1910 Arrest Hill is on the mail route not, foe of such is the kingdom by the foUowing named Bapconducting a meeting at the persjns ti wit: from this place to Edmonton. of heaven.' whites in district no 1. C. S. Bell is not able to get tist church. R. C Bean !)() acies joins G F. Milltown. Misses Sallie and Kate Antle, Pike, tax and cost for the out of his room yet. year 1910 $ 12 52 of Esto, were shopping and visRev. J. F. Black of Cane Val- I. M. Heard 3 acres joins . I. M.' Harrison Moore and family, of iting friends here this week. Heard, tax and cost for ley preached a very interesting Columbia, spent a few days vis4 43 the year 1910 Iu our last letter it'should have fermon here last Sunday. iting here last week. L. T. Hovious 2J acres joins Sam Bottom, tax and cost Messrs. Alver Thomas of Camp Messrs. Strane-- and RuDe. two read Mont Hale has charge of the Intermediate work atthe R. bellsville and Brack Cain, of near 4 19 th yfca of Breedings best citizens, were Thos. Hazard (N R ) 25 S. A. nere were ouving nogs an.i cat- -' in our midst last Wednesday. acres joins Ben Hovious. Well, as the sun shone on the tie. in this neighborho d last tax and cost for the 3 ear George H. Nell is in Louisville l'.10 2 00 suppose the ground hog week. this week looking after the sale 2nd, we Lewis Heirs (N. R.) 150 acres saw his shadow and we maylook joins Z. D. Sanders, rux Miss Annie Lizzie Squires of of his tobacco. orrl rft- f fh iroj Till 5 32 for our winter now and not make Pellham, is visitin relatives ,, w Wood 35 acres,jllins ., of the seaThe hardest storm our gardens, as severalSSwere here at this writing. Woody, tax and cost for son visited us last Friday night. 3 78 heard to remark, thatspring'was the year 1910 Mr. and Mrs. Oieve Thomas No serious damage was done. C0L0RED IN DlJvlCT K0 l here, etc. and Miss Maude Thomas who (Mrs. Margrett Crow 50 acres Mr. J. B. Cragg, who has been John Marcum returnedlfrom a have been visitinsr at M re. Pate! joins .io Bottom tax i.nJ in a very critical condition for cost for the year 1910 4 01 trip to Burnside Sun- Thomas, have returned to their business w R Fitchpatrick (N. R o7 several weeks, does not improve day. acres joins vV. H. Carny home in Corbin. fast. tax and cost for the j ear Albert Stapp, of Columbia, This town is tuH of traveling Ed Stotts. of Derigo, ws 1!U0 2 02 was here Friday. men this week. WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 2. transacting business here, the Mrs. Popplewell, mother of w s- Anderson 40 r.cro joins Mr. Owen Thompson who have first of the week. ,. G. A. Allev. tux and vost , . unar ne Hammonds"a nipn ,oeen attending hciiooi, in lamp- Mrs. Will Diddle was in Columbia 3 71 for the year 1910 Sunday evening and wasjburied bellsville has returned home. Oscar Donta (N R) 24'J: .ores one day the first of the week, t Tuesday at the old homeceme-tery- . joins T.W. Montgomery, Miss Mattie Hatcher is visiting delivering flour, tax and cost for the year . 1910 30 12 relatives in Columbia this week. H. Q. Montgomerys of Breed Mrs. N. li. Bryant 21 acres Andrew Foley wasjin Dunville Miss Bess Leftwich will enter ing, was here the first of the joins Jim Redmon. tax vicinty on business several days 1 99 and cost for the enr 1910 Normal tehooi, Bowling the week on business. this week. J. P. Conover (N R) 530 acres Green at an early date, having Robt. Pennycuff, of Columbia, joins W. F. ffries, tax Misses Ada and Alta Foley passed the examination of the 15 81 cost for the year 1910 and spent several days here last week visited the R. S. A. one day this common school branches here R. F. Neat (N R) 500 acres painting the Bank building. The joins C. R. Williai.s, tax building committee is well week. Miss Alta will enter school last fall. 2 46 and cost for the ye ir 1910 Monday. " S. G. Tarter TO acres joins S. pleased with his work. Mr. J. R. Tutc Jr , was in S. Williams, tax and cost Wor? Our lifflo fnnrn urao Lebanon on bussiness iast Mon- Messrs. Will Lyon, J. Q. Alex6 18 for the year 1910 nesday with a jolly crowd of day. WHITES IN JlSTR CT NO 3. ander, Dan Hatcher, Sullivan traveling men. Antle Mr.A.M.Mercer was in Greens- - ura joins J. jNR) 13 ceres and McLean, commercial men, tax Mrs. Jas. Dunbar, of James- burg on business last Friday. were calling on our merchants 2 46 and cost foi the yeaal9lo town, was taken to the asylum 95 last week. The farmers in the this locali- - Le,nuef! Coomerr tax and Wednesday. ty are making good use of the Mrs. Ella Y. Robertson enter4 84 cost for the year 1910 Miss Sallie Humble, of Somer- pretty weather, 'some are turninu Chas- - CoUins ioinsRoy acr" tained Mr. and Mrs. John GlassHennet, tax and cost for . r set, who is on quite an extended tneir corn ground, wnue ocners cock, of Lebanon, and Mrs. J 3 11 the year 1910 visit to relatives in Jamestown are burning plant beds prepara- im Gibson -- i acre.-- joins D. C. C. Browning, of Milltown, one Haines, t:.x ur.d cost for wae calling on friends here Sun-da- tory for another large crop of to- evening last week. 4 38 the ear V.)li bacco regardless of the low j. l. Hurt 84 acres joins W. C. Mr. W. B. Hill, who has been i Leach, tx and eost for waiter Lxoit, or uoiumbia was prices received last year traveling in the infprpst nI 43 the yer 1910 Mrs. Rosa Hadley 15 acres joins Pratt's Stock Food in southern here Wednesday. h j . m$$m& 1 . m& i I I 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 arid Hardware Business and carry a good line of Field seeds. ' , ' ff J. H. Bhelps. j t ' ! - I j joins Clem Coomer, tax and cost for the year 1310 T, W. Shirley 75 acrts joins S. S. Wilson, tax and cost ' - t for the year 1910 whites in district no 5, E. W. Bryant 1 acre joins Sell Burton, tax and cost for the year 1910 S. L. Hartfield (N R) 100 acres joins Willie Smith, tax and cost for the year 1910 H. C. Harmon 48 acres joins J no. Foster, taxjand cost for the year 1910 R. W. Morrison 128 acres joins G. P. Watson (heirs,) tax and cost for the year i910 M. E. Pilie (N R) 16 ecres joins SMSi 1 & ' j ! Eugene Pike, tax and cost for the year 1910 Mary L. Johnson (N R) J acre joins F. P. Rice, tax and cost for the rear 1910 Anderson Massie 12 acres join3 Tom Murrell, tax and cost for the year 1910 J.io I. Smith 74 acres joins June Giove. tax and cost selves in men's clubs, and then pass for the protection 5 33 of their homes and their wives and daughters, and then enforce these laws, how many of our 2 89 pretty daughters and homes .would be saved from disgrace 6 27 and ruin ? Fathers, brothers, save the girl from that 4 63 low down scoundrel. Old uncle John and aunt An-- 4 06 nie Pierce are nearing the end of the way this week, can't stay 3 4l here much longer. by-laws 99 If men would organize them- j ! eternal . ' i nli-u- for the year 1910 WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 7. Marion Antle 'i acres joins W. A. Helm, tax and cost for i the year " J. I. Curry . I 1910 credit 4 00 acres joins Fraak Burton, tax and cost for the year 1910 50 T. J. Conover 2 town lots in Knifiey, tax and cost for , y. the year 1910 Jas. Smith (heirs) 39 acres joins Bram Jon s, tax and cot for the year I9i0 COLORED IN DISTTICT NO 7. i Sallie Banker J acre joins Jo Johnson, tax and cost for Melvin Powell visited the R. Kentucky for the past year, spent a few weeks at his home S. A. Friday and will enter school recently, and while here his here later. house assigned him this county Ben Kimble, of French Valley to work. Will informed us that and Miss Margaret Oaks surhis sales in the county rwere a prised their many friends by great deal beyond expectation, eloping Saturday night, and were This certainly demonstrates that given quite a "chivaree"on their he stands in with his people all return Monday night. right. Mr. Hill started for his Dirigo. work in southern Kentucky the first of the week. Landy Stotts sold a mule to Mrs. Everefc Cook, who has Russ Firkins for $100. been confined to her room for a John Gibson sold a calf to W. number of weeks with a complication of diseases, does not im- J. Bean for $20. Warfield Estes visited friends prove fast. The Gradyville State Bank in Cumberland county several will open doors for business on days last week. the 1st day of February, and J. W.'McClister did business v.-must say right here, that we in the Fairplay community one don't remember of ever seeing day last week. as many of the business men of F. A. Strange, Rugby, was the western part of this county, here one day last week buying in our town at one time, as there cattle. were on this occasion. 50 per William Patten, Breeding, was ' of the capital stock was at once here one day last week buying paid in, and over $3,503 left on tobacco. We failed to learn the deposit. The outlook for the prices he was paying, new i n s t i t u t i o n is nattering. Jas G Campbell, Ova Camp-Th- e e j j Craycraft. i t ' We are having warm weather; Mig I for January. u,J The singing at Concord the, theearl9lo 29th, of January was conducted Thos. Pulliam 153 J acres joins ' Hen,y B"ruin. tax and by Prof. V. M. Grider. "' '' cost for the year 1910 Mrs. Nancy L. Hughes is on credit by S85 oo s- - K YatJ3 N R182 acres the sick list this week. joins Robt. Johnson, tax and cost for the year M0 The School at Concord,, con- -, in district no 4. ducted by Mr. James. Hays is.' 50 joins Jesse" Ed Cbomer progressing nicely, with a large Bl8tfdinK, taxJ and cost Mr. Hays is a fine attendance. fcr the year 1910 ' Wm Coomer Jr.. 25 acres joins ' instructor t . btotts. tax and cost Mr. G. L. Blair and his family for the. year I9l0 J. T. Cbmpton DO- acres L. R. visited relatives at Russell Bardin, tax and cost for Springs Saturday and Sunday. the j ear 1910 . Easts (N R) 19 acres H. Mr. J. O. Polly sold one calf joins T C. Janes, tax last week. Price $9.00. and cost for the year 1910 Loucilla Ovvan 120 acres joins Mr. J. D. Hays has gone in J. O. Alnore. tax and posh the sheep business; he bought for the year 1910 NapTer 25 acres joins R.o. one sheep from Mr. Luther Wil - ' " j j I H'. Milton tax and cost for th'e 1910 Montgomery 100 acres joins M. F. Mont- gomery, tax and cost for 1 MJt 6 the year 1910 Jno. M. Grady 3 acres joins Geo. Smith, Tax and cost for 66 the year 1910 ( the year 1910 joins Martha Jo Johnson I acre Wade, tax and cost ior :1 the year 1910 . T. H Murray (heirs) SO acres joins J. P. Hutchinson. tax and cost for the year 78 88 1910 25 35 Mary Winfrey J acre joins J. T. Page, Tax and cost Ed ' wi-ite- s 3 79 for the year 1010 Waggener 3 acres joins Frank McClure, tax and cost for the year 1910 WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 7 A 3 70 Bram Scott I lot in Columbia, tax and cost for the year 1010 Arch McElroy is on the sick i ty list week. He is very poorly. Little Joby Kerns, as 'we all 3 10 call him, is just able to be up. Lung tronble is his trouble. 7 44 Isaac. Wells, a member of the j old 3rd Kentucky infantry, Co., G., died here at his home, JanHe was 77 9 77 uary 28th, 1911. years old. He married Sarah E. August the 23 1866. 6 18 McFall There were two girls born to this union, Mary M. and Maglo- 5 80 lin. a.id there are also two grand daughters left, Mrs. Lizzie Mc- D3 Elroy and Mrs. Genetta Aaron. Brother Wells gave his heart to God in his boyhood days and 1 70 joined the Church at the mouth of Greasy creek. Fourteen 4 19 years ago he transferred his 5 IS membership to Esto. Here he was a faithful member until death. His last sickness was very short only 4 days. He leaves only one daughter, two II 04 grand daughters, one great grand daughter, and many, many 3 41 friends. He was a good citizen, a good neighbor and a good man. 3 78 We will all miss him. His daughter says, thank you all neighbors and friends, for your 1 i ! - I 1910 X 84 Sam Shreve I town lot in Co4 84 lumbia, tax and cost for the year I 70 5 74 Rowes Roads. i ' C kindness during the short sickness and the death of her father. His funeral was preached by the writer in the Methodist church. Text, Jobe 4. after 14-1- 3 41 , son, price paid $2.00. Mr. J. O. Policy, who has been on the sick list is improving. Mr. G. L. Blair has delivered his tobacco 'crop to Morgan & Hlair, Glensfork, Ky. - Ktltner, tax and cost for theyearI9I0 Marshal Roach 72 acres joins Tom Cole, tax and cost 1G 3 33 cashier, Mr. W L. Winters, j bell Mrs Amanda Stotts and is a fine business man, and has Miss Bert p0iston were baptized a number of years experience in into ,the Methodist church last banking, and it is no new thing Thursday morning by Rev T. J. with him. Some of the best Campbell. business men of the county are The death angel visited our backing this enterprise. We see community last Saturday morn-in- g no reason why it snould not be a and claimed for his victim, success if its in Giadyville. Deering, the little son of Mr. Russell Springs. and Mrs. G. W. Stotts. The was about six years old Mrs. J. C Popplewell is on arid was a very bright and obedient little child. He was sick the sick list. Lindsey Snow was in Camp- - about a week and it is thought de-ceas- Sunday School at Concord IS, progressing nicely, with Mr J. ' ' A J.. Piohnrrls V..W.iW, Sunt uulu. -, ! ed The wheat crops of this community are looking fine. 4 Mr. J. D. Hays bought of Mr. COLNRED IN DISTRICT NO 4. V. M. Grider 40 acres of land, Sarah Hunter 30 acres joins "Richard Lasley, tax and price paid, $12 per acre. 2 cobt for the year 1910 . Farmers are busy breaking UpHsh Wr5acres rarson, tax ana gcosc iot corn ground. They are aiming 3 the year 1910 Mrs. H, A. Travis 14 acres a large crop. for joins R. G, Wilsctn,' 'tax Mr Jesse Bryant will soon I and costifor the yearl9l0 compleed. WHITES' IN DISTRICT NO 5. have hisiew barn Mr. Willie Combest, who" has !Jno. R. Coffey 40 acres joins ' Lony.Dudley, tax arid cost just got up from the typhoid fe6 , for the year 1910 joins-Geov for the year 3910 Shirley io acres joins D. G Tajlor, tax and cost for the year 1910 Mrs. l ( Walker 75 acres joins J no. Thurman, tax , and erst for the year 1910 Asil W l.ox io acres joins D.G. " Taj lor, tax and costfor the . ear 1910 Harriett Yarberry 100 acres ' joins L. M. Janes, tax i and cost for the yearl9l0 3 78 a. 3 16 February the 1st, what a beau - which his body was laid to rest tiful Jay so warm the wheat here by the side of his wife to fields look like May. await the resurrection. Many Bill Cook is building a dwell- - friends attended the funeral, . ing house for Fount Selby. oM comrades of Co G Ben Kimball and Margaret Qrrl TfonrnMthara opo nniv i: . ... V . v V... SunOaks went to Tennessee last more of us, and then we will all day and got married. be gone. Boys live for Gcd, do Miss Liza Wolford has gone to good, let us all meet in heaven, j j I y I 9 3 13 74 08 33 99 1 35 ver is improving. ". Mrs. DeuU Coomer zo acres where there will be no more H. C. Gains is sawing shingles death, no more sorrow, no more this week for Loren Bradley and his mother, as they are expect- pain, but one eternal day of joy. ing to build here in the near fuTonured for 15 Years. ture. by a stomach trouble that Red Tom Selby is just complet- baffled doctors, and resisted all remeing ,what is said to be the finest dies he tried, John W. Modders, Mich., seemed doomed. dwelling house in these parts. He had to sell his farm and give up Brother J. F. Turner held us a work- - His neighbors said, "he can't week's meeting. Frank done us live much longer." "Whatever I ate some good preaching. He was distressed me," he wrote, "till I tried assisted by Bro. Nathan Antle Electric Bitters, which worked such wonders for me that I can now eat We had a good meeting but it things I could not take for years. It's brokeftweek too .soon., Brother sure a grand remedy for.atomach trouble." Just as good for the liver and Turner hacl one meeting for men kidnevs. Everv bottle curnte1 only. This was the best we had. Only 50c at Paull Drug Co. cure-defying Illinois.