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On the night of Sunday the 26th, at Hulse, who was one of you know, a plow is wedge- What manner of woman is it who the Presbyterian church, Rev. .7. R. j As the ministers who officiated at the fun will engage shaped. As it cuts through the ground. herself to be married to a Crawford will preach before the local eral of Mrs. Hindman, has reduced his man and have parts have'a tendency to push out. her wedding invitationn camp of Modern Woodmen of America, the w:-:i tribute to writing, and by request of printed and while on l.u. j "" B her way to the and special music will be rendered by! 'Y"1 """ MANAGED BY ADAIR COUNTY friends it is published. It follows: . V. k lo3e' Cfa?S,ng P'nt and ,and e to mail them, meets up with the camplquartette, assisted bythemusi- - S,de NEWS AND RUSSELL & CO. In the death of Mrs. Hindman we a Th,s ,ets dirt former beaux and jumps into an auto?.droP cal talent of the city. The members of have the outgoing of a pure and noble in ucinceu luuse uutLS. men mobile 'With him and speed away to a the camp will attend in body. Every- life. A life that was pure because of neighboring town and our married? plow is strained out of original position. body invited. the absence of unworthy ambitions; Such an occurance as It fails to go in the ground properly. It the one related How End of and noble in its devotion to those vir- -' above, did actually happen does not "pull" easy. The draught is a week or A Birthday Dinner. tues which make for righteousness in two ago in much greater; the plow has lost its the Blue Glass region of our human characser and life. shape. It fails to respond to the plow state, according to daily newspaper Week's Voting. The 5th of February being Miss Lil- - man's touch. It does not do good It was not a brilliant life according report. work. lie May Turner's bithday, Miss Bessie It is like a to the standard by which the world eshorse; the plowWhat happiness can that young lady Shearer entertained at dinner a few of ' man has lost control of his olow. He timates brilliance. It's light was not expect out of her married life? She Miss Lillies friends. A splendid dinner mor n ,.,,i, m like the light of a meteor, flashing promised wiuuv owls nuiiv. 1C1UUVC all dirt be- one man to be his wife, and COUNTERS, J. W. FLOWERS, BRUCE MONTGOMERY AND ROBERT REED. was served. j Bessie knows just! tween Darts and then tfhtpn aI. ,,- across our skies, blinding us a. moment th; fact her having the wedding invitahow to prepare and serve a dinner. ops w11 awhile all by its glare and then passing forever Thn , tions printed and ready to mail, was She and her brother Tom know how to j boUs start working i00se again. from view, leaving us in greater dark- one evidence of good The faith that she make any one feel welcome ,n their j run.away horse again has the rein ness than before; but like the fire that un. Ballots cast in Piano contest to Monday night, 7 p.rm, Feb. 13, 1911. thought she loved him. But. alas! when der his tail: the plowman again loses burns about our hearthstones, it en- the other fellow came into ."...854 Nellie Follis, Columbia her sight i control of his plow. He has to stop, couraged us by its constancy, and 603 950 RoseHunn, Columbia , her mind was changed in the twinkling For Sale. remove dirt and tighten bolts as becheered and attracted us by its genial of an eye as it were; and she chose her .' 536 025 "Mrs. J. C. Browning, Milltown All this causes much loss of fore. warmth ?nd glow. 471 300 Ethel Moore, Purdy An eighty acre farm, with good 6 room first love rather than the one she had time. And in some instances causes 430 375 house, one mile Hers was the plain simple life that already promised to wed. Julia Price, Bliss from Bakerton, on Cum- plowman to ....b. lose his temper. No one 364 250 berland river, Madge Rosenfield, Colombia seeks not the annoying embellishments mostly bottom laud. A Do you suppose that the young .man ' can work as well "mad" as when the v 're 1 ... 278 350 i CIV QTiri lf social distinction, but is content with Mrs C. M. Russell. Columbia of PnlrAwfnr. fvnnf' who placed his his infinite trust. (I A happy worker is a willing 259 325 ' with a good two the things that are essential to right might say) in Bell Butler, Columbia story store house and worker. a girl whom he must More work and better work 237 300 barn. : living and worthy achievement. Rosa Bell. Nell Also one hundred and twenty have loved with all his heart, will ever can be done when you're in a good hu 210 550 nine acres Alva Knight, Jamestown A life like hers rich in all those again have the same confidence and timber land, consisting ofi mor. With a plow that always keeps 201 050 MoL- , Dllni 1 AdaFeese, Cane Valley ....7...... Altr,. tl1 f1nrnw aw womanly virtues and graces which faith in womankind that he had before? uu u, F. it's shape you would not lo3e your . 165 800 .... Nora Bradshaw, Montpelier . . . . adorn the character of women profess- The young man can best answer that near Amandaville. and nhmit: li ner. '. Un such a mow there is tm strain 165 575 four miles from f. Fannie Sandusky, Glensfork ing godliness though it might not be question himself. He knows his own Cumberland, rivor. on bolts. It is almost impossible for 163 000 EllaConover. Columbia seen afar, could affect only for good all feelings better than anyone else, He Call on or address, T. C. Goff, j bolts to 'wor' loose. But the Doint and '. 159 200 . ... Mary Squires, Columbia Bakerton, Ky. those who came within the circle of its gave his heart in good faith, doubtless lm. the landside must 'set' in the froer. 148 300 Louise Grissom, Columbia influence. girl in whom he trusted and after to a This gives these parts a "bearing." 148 000 j .,' Lucile Winfrey, Columbia Mr. J. C. Eubank, of Cane Valley, If we could subject our lives to a she had toyed with it as long as she deThe landside and point then receive the .4. ',. 107 225 :'. Nellie Waggener, Columbia has received a patent on his harrow, chemical analysis we would herhaps be sired, she cast it back at his feet wound, strains instead of tne bolts. To bring .,.' 107 200 j . . ......... .. Creel Nell, Grady ville VJ and advertises it another column of this surprised at the elements entering into ed, sorrowful and with all the happy this about, grooves must be cast in the . t iU ,. 102 350 T Lee Vista Royse, Columbia . -their composition. Many of us would anticipations of the future 'ife banished frog to receive landside and point. .?.'"'. ...'. 100 100 "V": " I ...,.,. . lna Hulse, Columbia doubtless be humiliated to find that our from it. iiiu iiiuac wuu uavc icaieu 11 iUB luuu in Bolts, once made tight, with no strains 97 100 ..". ..'!.,.. Nancy Willis, Columbia .:y. its praise. It is a steel harrow, a on them should never get :oose. lives are composed largely of ambitions In my jndgment it is a very great Then 96 450 "...'. .'...: Estelle Bennett, Purdy shaped, adjustable, to open or close, for social prestige, commercial advance- wrong for any girl to trifle with a man's the grooves in frog would hold landside 92 500 -Rosa May Conover, Montpelier .. with clamps to tighten the teeth, and point in line. ment, political preferment, love of' affections this way, and it is also a Fewer bolts would 85 150 so ; ."."v . . v. Lutcie Barger, J oppa it not only overcomes the worry of be necessary. These grooves gain, ease, of applause and perhaps greater wrong for a man to treat a girl or inter84 500 Mary Miller, Columbia. the old wooden frame of loose teeth, locking devices would always other and equally hurtful and unworthy in such a manner, and I believe that " make plow-kee84 500 . Bettie Loy, Fairplay but can be made to cover much or little motives. it's shape. either a woman or man who is guilty of Parts could not be 83 800 ground. Hulda McFarland, Rowena Its general appearance was strained away from original positions. But there are others who under this such conduct will suffer the penalty in ..'. 82 300 Allie Garnett, Columbia sufficient to induce the editor of the Hence point and test would find all the graces of true the days to come because the Divine landside in such a .' 70 400 News to MallieMoss, Columbia place one in the field believing plow could not drop character shining with constantly in- Ruler of the Universe hath said that the down. Parts 67 300 : Zella Fields, Breeding it tobe the best tooth harrow he ever would always fit closely together like creasing lustre in their lives. unrighteous suffer for their shall 66 900 ... Helen Upton, Glensfork saw. Look up the ad, and do it at one solid piece of metal. Dirt could In such lives the graces of gentle- wrongs. 55 200 Valeria Turner, Glenville once if you need a good harrow, and not get in between them Such a plow Robert L. Taylor once said ness meekness, patience, con 36 500 Mattie Gibson, Breeding, write or phone Mr Eubank. would take the ground properly. It tentment and unselfishness are to be this of girls: ' "The prettiest thing. I ever saw wore found iri' large abundance, and serve to TheV. M. Gowdy fo , Campbells-vill- e would pull" easy. It would alway3 do good work. To plow with such a dresses, the sweetest thing I ever sur- A Few Words to Russell County "A Splendid Opportunity. make the life rich and beautiful. has established a wholesale branch plow would be a pleasure. It would veyed had a mouth like a crimson bow, In the character of sister Hindman grocery house in Columbia xmd are doFriends. Keep you in a happy frame of mind. and two bright eyes that looked like these rare graces found embodiment, The subscription price of the Daily ing business in the house formerly oc- You could do more work and better two little heavens with angels in 'em, and with them her life was beautifully Courier-Journathe greatest newspa- cupied by E. L. Sinclair & Co. The work. and happiest thing I ever beheld wore It would lighten your work as Circuit Court begins in Jamestown per in the South, is $6 per year or $4 Gowdy Company bought the remnant adorned. Her children rise up and call well as that of your team. Such a slippers, and tripped like a fairy on the next Monday, and as usual, Mr. J. E. her blessed and bear testimony to the for eight months. We can send you the of goods owned by the Sinclair Co , plow would be doing good work for you gentleness and patience that possessed horizen of life's blissful morning. Murrell, of this office, will be seen on Courier-JournMr. Fifor eight months and and will put in a large stock long 'after other makes had been When I add the dress, the mouth, the the square in the interest of the News. her, and to the unselfish service which News for one year both for $2.50. nis Rosenbaum will look after the busithrown in the scrap-heaeyes and the slippers all together 1 For thirteen years these visits have the And all be she gladly rendered for their This is $1 50 less than you would have ness in the house and Mr. Dan Hatcher cause it was built so that it would kepp have the sum of beauty, sweetness been made, neyer missing a court, and alone. to pay for the Courier-Journ1 brightness and happiness and that is for thirteen years the people of Russell shape The seeret of the long life r, f She loved her home. Others might If you only want the C.J. for four nrnnncp rn fnmial, rha you. I never see you that I do not county have responded and stood by of a plow lies in building it so that it sigh for social recognition, and strive think months with the News for one year you Adair and adjoining counties with will S keep it's original shape. of rose buds and music and love, the best interest of this office in that can get them both for $1.75. This everything they need in his line. for social position, but she was content and why should I not think of them? Now, Mr. Farmer, we have told you of. hearty ap- offer is for a very limited time, and manner that does not fail with the love of her husband and chilRosebuds are the prophesies of full preciation on our part. During all The Oswego, New York, Daily times the secret of successful plowing. We and happy in the shelter of her should be accepted at nee. If you are dren, blown beauty, music is the incense of that time the News has extended every will tell you one more secret, and that home. It was in the bosom of her famalready a subscriber to the News renew gives a thrilling account of a fight held is, there is only one plow that will althe soul and love is the soul itself " incourtesy to Russell county and its ily that she found a depository for her once. If you are not a subscriber in the armory, that city, on the night Gov. Taylor may be right in a great terests, as it has to Adair county, and at ways keep its original shape The Wm. riches, and into their hearts she poured time to subscribe and get of January 30. The principals were many cases but I have seen instances we doubt whether there are two other now is theCourier-JournHugh Ross, whose home is at Creels-bor- J. Oliver Improved. It is a with it. the wealth of her love. Responding to. where plow all the this beautiful tribute could not counties in the State more closely allied the great and who was a former student in this they gave back love for love, and be appli ed truthfully. Fred McLean. This .proposition is only extended to time. It does perfect work in the field. school this place, in common interests, social, business parties jiving outside of the corporate the Lindsey-Wilso- n were happy, each in the fellowship of Again, there is nol limits, of Columbia. The C. J. does and Jo Uvanni, an Italian. They It is the plow the farmers in the South and educational the other. other section of the country that has this in order to protect the local agent. fought ten rounds and the sport was have been looking for for years. It is Commissioner's Sale. She had in her heart the fear of God. exciting. The Italian had the advan- strong where others are weak. It more promptly met its obligations to There was little demonstration in her compliment tage in weight by fifteen pounds, but costs more to build, but the selling this office, which is a just PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY. Christian life, but there was csnstant ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, Ross held his own and the fight wbs de- price is the same. Our profit is not as to the many who give us patronage. faithfulness to all the obligations to deKENTUCKY. As- - the past has been, we hope to cided a draw though the New York pa- much as that of other manufacturers, votion and service, and her influence in John B. Cave, Plaintiff, ) per states that Ross should havebeen but in the Wm. J. Oliver Improved we make our future service even better, W. H. C. Sandidge, Greensburg. her home and community was always Thomas B Grant admr. &c, J believe we are giving' you just what given the decision. and trust that the common ties beF. J. Barger, Smiths Chapel. for good By virture of a Judgment and Order you have always wanted in a uhilled tween the good people of the two counZ. T. Williams, Pleasant Hill. How shall we estimate the worth of of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered ties will continue to strengthen Mr. The Columbia Bottling Company will Plow. All that we ask of you in reJ. R. Crawford, Edmonton. such a life to the world? It is around at the January Term, thereof, 1911, in Murrell is not unmindful or unappreci- move its place of business. A new turn is that you give the plow a fair G. W. Pangourn, Elroy. a life like this, that God builds that the above cause, for the sum of $290,00 ative of the many invitations to visit manufacturing house is now going up trial. We are satisfied you will use no F. Black, Cane Valley. I greatest of all iestitutions the Christ- due John B. Cave and $40.00 due Sallie friends in the country, and his failure to J. Call to see this plow on Water street, in the corner of Mr other in futu.e F. Turner, Mt. Pleasant. ian Home. If we maintain the integri- D. White, with the interest at the rate do so results from the nature of his ' J. Menzies, Mosbys Ridge. Wilson's yard, near the sulphur well. J. ty of the home in our land nothing can of 6 per cent, per annum from the 2L business which keeps him in Tames- Mr. Ottley will put in new machinery, B. M. Currie, Columbia. harm us. If we surrender the home, day of January 1911, until paid, and town and Russell Springs while in the hence in a few weeks a first-clas- s plant The Russell circuit court will begin W. S. Dudgeon, Plum Point. nothing can save us. It lies at the $115.15 costs herein, and for the purpose county. A reprein every particular will be established. at Jamestown next Monday J. F. Roach, Good Hope. of distributing the proceeds of said sentative of this paper will be in at foundation of all that is worth while in The location will be more convenient to D. H. Howerton, Columbia. lands among the heirs of Wm. D. Cave human life. the business men who handle the goods, tendance and he wants to meet all Marriage of a Popular Coupje. W. B. Cave, Pleasant Ridge. deceased, 1 shall proceed to offer for The stability of both church and state and the water is pure and healthy. friends of this publication. He will on exhibition samples of calendars sale at the Court-hous- e door in Columdepends upon the purity and simplicity The growing increase of business neces- have Death of An Old Citizen. Ky., to the highest bidder, at Pub for the year 1912, and merchants who On Sunday, the 5th1 day of this month, of our homes. It is only when you bia sitates the enlargement of the plant. will be in Jamestown will be given an lie Auction, on Monday the 6 day of Miss Kate Walker, daughter of Mr. j have correctly estimated the value of opportunity to make selections. Nell, this, Mr. Elisha Bennett, who was eighty-nin- e in society that you can in any March 1911, at 1 o'clock p. m., or ther-abo- and Mrs. S. R. Walker, the home As was announced in last week's (being County Court) upon a county, was married to Mr. Ed Lee years old, died in- the Gadberry News, Mr. Jo Conover and Miss Grace degree determine the value of such a Mr. R. B. Wilson, of Cane Valley, credit of six months the following des- Hamilton, of Edmonton, a son of Mr. country, this county, last Thursday Dudley were life as we are considering. married at the home of next friend 'to his son, W. L. Wilson, cribed property, to wit: A certain J. T. Hamilton. The groom is prom- night. He was a union soldier in tlie God cannot make a home without a Eld. Z. T. Williams IasD Thursday brought suit for 82,500 in the Marion tract of land situated in Adair county inent in business affairs of Metcalfe war of the Rebellion. His death was afternoon. mother, and those women who recog- Ky., on It was a very quiet affair, circuit court against the Town Marshal the waters of Butlers Creek a county. The bride is known to a great caused from diseases incident to old only relatives and a few special friends of Lebanon for false arrest. This suit nize the obligations of wife and mother, tributary to Green River, bounded on Columbians, having often visited age. Funeral services and interment being present. As was stated last grew out of the attempted delivery of a as did our friend and sister, are build- the north of the lands of Wm Beard, manv place, Friday afternoon. He leaves his sec- week, it is a very deserving couple, and bass horn, as was told in the News of ing into the foundations of human so- on the east by the lands of D. P. Rice, ( her aunt, Mrs. J. O. Russell, this ond wife and three children by his first Mrs. Conover is a most worthy acciety the material that is to make en- on the south by the lands of Alfred i The couple will reside at Edmonton. last week. wife. quisition to Columbia, and will not be during all that is valuable in life. ge -j Hendrickson and Rebecca Squires, on wedding was carThe long in making many friends. Thus in her quiet way, this noble soul the west by The outlook for building a bridge the lands of S. L Banks. ried out according to program last Wed- Notice. wrought through life's toilsome day, For full description reference is made across Green river is favorable. Mr. nesday forenoon. The Christian church r A series of meetings were commenced P. H. Newbold, of Louisville, and depositing her influence in the lives of to the Judgment other orders and pleadings was d witn trienas, ana tne atncV raisers. On at the Baptist Church last Sunday outside Pneeoii rnnntv the family and friends, until she came in this action. The said lands being the parties are very much interestby Eld. Z. T. Mon(iav'" pGbruarV 20th. 1911. beine night. Rev Arvin Evangelist for the to the end. ready to enter without fear in- same owned and resided upon by Wm. ceremony pronounced, ed in 'securing subscriptions for the , Williams was beautiful and impressive. r.r.llih Cnnrt dav at Jamestown, don't Russell Creek Association, is assisting enterprise. We will have something to that life where faithfulness receives B. Cave, at the time of his death. The bride and eroom were most ele fail to see the famous Duke of Adair, the pastor. He is a very entertaining its abundant reward. For the purchase price, the purchaser gantly attired and as they listened to V. M. Epperson's fine saddle and har- and zealous minister. There .will be to say upon the subject later. The We deplore her going, but as, we with approved surety or securities, bridge is badly needed and should be words of the minister, a ness stallion. Duke is the best bred two services each day during this week, stand today over her bier we look for- must axecute Bond, bearing legal inter- the solemn built. couple was before the ward to that day when those who, for est from day of sale until pail, and most attractive before the bridal party and only registered saddle stallion in 2:30 in the afternoon and at 7 o'clock in audience. Just the evening. ' Everybody is, cordially inWe commend Mr. Coy E. Dudgeon this part of the country. the love of ease or social enjoyment, having the f ooce and effect of a Judg- entered the church a solo, in her usual vited. and, family to the people of Campbells-vill- e, have sought to evade the responsibili- ment Bidders will be prepared to 'charming manner, was rendered by jflr V. Hall in taking his leave of they having removed ; to that ties of the home, shal be cast out from comply promptly with these terms. ! Mrs. Rollin Hurt. At 11:20 the happy Columbia asks us to say to his friends ' The Job outfit which, was purchased place last week. Mr.Dudgeonisin busithe presence of the King Eternal, and W. A. Coffey Master Com. A, C. C. couDle left for their future homeV Jacks- - vaf ho dnes'nfc exnect to find a better by Mr. Mont Feese, in Cincinnatvand ness' that city Which made the remova from the thought of men; but when i 4.1M 14 AInt Lborb, Texas. t country on earm i ' vi v" nuou, that afterwards sold by him to E. r Sin- necessary. noble mother and disciple of Christ this ' ; hestill has arbome in Columbia, and if clair & Co., is stored away in the News mI have for sale at inviting prices' a1 who in her quiet way filled her humb'e A good Jersey cow; fresh the 26th, the, water don't taste good, they may office, Mr, Harris having puschased it place, and did her God appointed work surry and harness, an organ and some Columbia Chapter. R. A. M., will ''expect to see him back before many j of March, for sale. from Mr. L. C. Winfrey, Assignee of E. meet next Friday night. aiall "shine as the stars forever and farming implements. Ed Barbee." moons.. Frank Jackman. t Sinclair & Co. Rev. T. L. THE PIANO CONTEST. Sermon to Woodmen. I MR. FARMER! ; !. post-offic- the Candidates Stand at the Twelfth I ! run-awa- y Fr " nnn-Kii- Ort-- ?- - i I I - ""'"a 1 I ....... 1 .- 1 ...... '. '. I. ru .;. """ .....' .: .- p '. Ex-Go- v. l, al well-bein- g. p. al al o, light-draug- ht, easy-runnin- g to-da- ut - Rowe-St-ran- well-nlle- t l I - a - L-.- - ever." I5-2- L V ' ifc 5. t . ... , THE ABA1K COUNTY NEWS last Thursday in the mill ford in a spring wagon, and I proceeded Born to the wife of Mr. Frank to bank him without getting him Shepherd, a boy. Mother and wet. He had been there a half son are getting along nicely, hour and was certainly in a bad Pell Ham. j COLUMBIA DISTRICT, ROUND. SECONDj L Cbain So. 27 So. 23 So. 79....... So 21 So.93 faxiN o.24 o. 78 & N. Time Card ' Attention! We Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill Stock ready for use. A large assortment of Windows, Doors, Roofing, Colonial.Columns. any part or all the Wood, any grade desired, that is needed for Building or Repair work. It will be to your In fact we can furnish Mr. Babe Pollard, of Milltown, Io. 92... Nos. 92 was in this neighborhood looking after dark tobacco seed. Interest to inspect our Stock and Prices. Mr. Rheu Squires, one of cur WILMORE MOTEL get right. young men, has ac- Columbia, Ky. Mrs. Everett Turner has been cepted a position in the Bank of W. JS. UlIlijaORH, Prop p. confined to her room for the past ' Columbia, and we are sure he H s Table in her head. will give entire satisfaction. week, with Good Sample Roome Mr. John R. Cundiff received Mr. Sawney Browning, of the Feed Stable w Reasonable Rates L. W. T. S., was visiting John! a welcome and appreciated letter ' Will and Ernest Cundiff, last from his cousin, Mr. George Rue & KY GKftDYVlLLe, Squires, of Miami Station, Mo March 2. Saturday night. r It had been 15 years since he Mannsville, Mannsville, March s Mr. Robert Faulkner and A $' u cc heard from his cousin. Uncle 5. t lin Todd were through c ' HUGHES neighborhood last week, buying John is 73 years old, and it Cane Valley, Carmel, March COMPHNV pleases him to think his play2. 'I tobacco. VETERINARY SURGEON BLINDS. mates have not forgotten him. Columbia and Tabor, March 4 Mr. George Henry Squires, of 4 V Mr. Lis Young was .visiting and Door House Largest Wholesale Sash 3. Portland, was visiting Mr. Will his sister last week, and attendin the South. Edd Squires, of this place, Sat- Gradyville, March 14. ed the party at M. Joe Turner's, urday night. prompt shipment Send your orders to us for Temple Hill March 9. last Saturday night. We appreciate them. and good goods. Mr. Deed Smith was visiting '&&$ " J! West Tompkinsville, March at Burkesville, last week. E. Main Street 2. Pointed Paragraphs. UIIPUEQ EI Messrs. Harden Feese. and Special Attnetin to Eyes 6. Tompkinsville, March LOUISVILLE, KY. ;iNCORPORATED.-Fred Cundiff, of Absher, were Spavin or any surFistulo, T. L. Hulse, P. E. A funny story gets more attengical work done at fair prices 1 am in this neighborhood on business well fixed to take care of stock. Mon tion than sensible talk. ey due when work is done or stock last week. Denmark. removed from stables. R. H. DIETZHAN, Sec y is uncertain until Even J. H COCKE, V. Pres. U. G. HARDMC, Pres. Miss Ann Lizzie Squires is visLOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RtSlIENCE. it becomes yesterday. On the 1st, day of Feb. at 10 ON BURKSV1LLE STREET. iting friends and relatives at If a girl isn't a good looker she p. m. the spirit of Uncle Hudson Milltown this week. wiitVi- AAnOlllf OM Ainlicf Blankenship, took its fight to the Mr Robert Todd was visiting iwr.QRPnBATF.D 1889 ESTAPI lFn IRM Office 'Phone 1 You may have noticed how God who gave it. Uncle Hudson Res. 'Phone 29. at Bliss, last week. hard it is to find people who you was a fine old gentleman and JWIIiLlWRlGHTS Miss Mattfe Pollard, of near liked by all that knew him. Dr. James Triplet! owe money. DEALERS IN Milltown, was visitiug Miss Cleo We regret very much to give ECILERS, SAW MLIS. Shepherd last week. Miss Mat-ti- e Putting up a bluff is something him up, Dentist. but Gods will be done. MILLS GRIST MILLS, Sublett, of near Romine, was like making a mountain out "o f we nope to meet him again LOUISVILLe ' also visiting Miss Cleo Shepherd a molehill. 1301 THlKTeeNTJi-Mftl- N. JEFFRIES BLOCK where there will be no more part-- 1 When a woman has to pay for last Saturday and Sunday. KENTUCKY COLUMBIA ing. SMOKESTACKS, Mr. Jake Bault, of Cane Val- her experience she wants it at Last Tuesday four generations ley, was through this neighbor- bargin rates took dinner with Mrs. Nana A woman cares very little hood looking at the dark tobacco Aaron, Namely Mrs. Winfrey, Sheet Iron and Tank WorR whether she is comfortable or crops. . her daughter, Mrs. Wolford, not provided her gown is stylish, Mr. Dick'lHutchison sold his grand daughter Mrs. Faulken-- j 2?entigt Anyway after exploring crop of burley tobacco for $180. burg, and grt?t grand daughter, , OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN Mr. Geo. Todd sold his dark interior of the whale Mr. Jonah little Virginia Faulkenburg. JOBBING WORK SOLICITRD JEFFRIES' BUILDING. go around lecturing about tobocco crop to Mr. Faulkner for did't L. V. Turner and family of 'PHONE NO. 40, RING 3. -of Machinery Repaired- All Kinds , it. li 8 cents around. Big Elm, visited at this place COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY The Kansas man who died last Monday. ' Deed Smith sold his crop of burley tobacco for 7 cents around, while in the act of smoking a Mr. Ell McFarland is still'in a, XOX XOE Christmas cigar may have been Mr. Ben Hutchison bought 12i critical condition. H. striving for a hero medal, shoats for $30, and put them on Mrs. Mary McKinney and sisAttoney-At-LaWe know what to expect from . O his farm in this neighborhood, ter, Miss Bertha, visited in Den-- 1 Will pradlice in a man who tells plain lies but Mrs. Pate Thomas, of mark Wednesday. this and adjoining counties. who merely exaggerate town, spent last week visiting the Denmark will soon be well) Kentucky, Jamstown, BEFORE YOU BUY : truth keep us guessing. . friends and relatives in this1 See our 24 Gauge Galvanized Combined Cleats and Cap Roofing: put on Gossips say a homely girl is too connected by telephones. There like tin roof, without any nails exposed, and is better than any tin roof, II DR. H. E. JONES unattractive to catch a husband is five lines coming in and and is better than any tin roof, It will last a life Mr. Perry Cundiff bought onebufcif she.does manage to get another talked of. Q without- any nails exposed, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist, . t S "T stock hog from Mr. Luther Mur-- . Qne fchey say she jumpe afc the Mrs. James McKinley is on fi time without painting. We carry in stock V. unmp and Corrugated I. Columbia, Kentucky. ray for $24. Roofing, Gravel.iRubber and all kinds of Paper Roofing. the sick list this week. firsfc chance-Chic- ago News. Mrs. Joe Turner and Miss Mag-- ; Gadberry. gie Hutchison started to' ColumInteresting Items. bia last Wednesday evening, and The farmers in this neighbor- 116 East Market between First and Brook in crossing Russell's creek at the Ql Only one out of every fifteen hood are taking advantage of the Burk. ford, they turned down the persons has both eyes in good pretty weather, preparing for ' stream, so the water would not another corn crop. condition. Special attvntlon given to I Mstry. Disue so utifcjp, anu tue nurse guL m a. and Robert Orton, of Creelsboro, eases of the Eye. Poll Evil. I b I5tute. all every 1,000 German Out of to swimming water and went on; other Diseases which visits Olie Burton and Uncle John visited F. R. Johnson and family lias larce barn near M. A s shop on McGaha. down stream. They were soon iamnies ir6 Keep servants as Bomar Heights. Office In barn. Hadley swapped horses last week. a day or two of last week. against 207 in England. covered with water and began to The farmers are losing no time Little Clara Burress is visit- scream for help, and Mr. Deed Brack Cain, near Columbia. Sugar alone will sustain life breaking corn ground. ing her grandmother, Mrs. and Luther Smith were working a considerable time, was at this place last week buy- -' J. B. Burton bought 7 hogs Barnes, near Sano this week. on Mr. Cravens' farm and heard j Henry Silver a former mem-the- ing cattle. Peter T. Powell and wife visitMrs. Mary Ann Conover was from J. W. Burress, for $37.50. so they ran to their relief, er of the staff of Punch who Logan Burress bought 2 nice ed the family of James Corbin All that they could see was the died December 3. left a fortune the guest of Mrs. W. R. Dohon-ey- , several days of last .week. horses head and the two ladies ot nearly 5b,UUU,UUU. calves from Cris Burton for $22. last Wednesday. Let not your heart be trouMr. Ed Pointer has been on from their waists up. They Little Miss Mary Moore visited Mrs. Julia Knight visited Mrs. could not see any of the buggy. bled," was the text kissed b y Miss Ruth Stotts last Saturday Myrtie Burton last Wednesday. the sick list for several weeks. Mr. Willie Sapp is moving to They secured a boat and took Gov. Dix, of New York, when and Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Burton and Mrs. Mrs. Lizzie Frankum is conEvolene Smiley visited Mrs. Nan- his new home near Casev Creek. the ladies to the bank, and then taking the oath of office. And got the horse and buggy out. Mr. Howard Leach is moving to cy Burton last Wednesday. There are annually killed i n fined to her room with lagrippe. Mr. Smith has rescued several Africa a minimum of 65,000 eleOrien White, of Columbia, was Rev. I. M. Grimsley is teach- Mr. Sapp's farm on Sulphur parties from the water. Say phants, yelding a quanity of raw the guest of George Morrison ing a very good singing school Creek. COurier-Journ- al now good people, lets go to work ivory the selling price o f which and family last Tuesday. at Butler's Church. The school at Pleasant View is and have a bridge across this it $4,250,000. Roy Bennett, the produce man Mr. Jim Burton and Miss Zora progressing nicely. Mr. I. M. ford before some one is drowned. was at this place Tuesday of last Burress were married last Sun- Grimsley teacher. It has been estimated There is hardly a day passes but women form one-ha- lf They will day, near Vester. of one per week. Mrs. Enna McClister sold two make their future home at his Please settle your accounts at once some one gets hung up in one of cent of the total number of the for the year 1910. You can see me on these fords. Your correspondcommercial drumer3 in mother's, Mrs. Sarah Jane Sum the Columbia square every Monday. head of cattle to L. B. Cain, for John B. Grant. $70. ent came upon Mr. Lige Curry United States. mers, near Snaky Creek. 11-114-1- Sandusky & Co. while Frank is all smiles. Some of our farmers were a little slow gathering their corn this Fall, and finished gathering last week. There are several crops of dark tobacco in this neighborhood yet unsold waiting for the price to shape. Ernest Cundiff has stacks of hay for sale. quick. several Apply up-to-d- ate , . i t -- Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. Peytonburg, Chestnut Grove, January 9. Albany, Maupin, February 1st. Clinton Circuit, Lands Chapel, February 5. Thurlow, Hanks Chapel, February 2. Campbellsville Circuit, Asbury 5. Chapel, February Campbellsville Station, February 6. Greensburg, Greensburg, February 9. Spurlington and Early, Tay-- j 6. lors Chapel, February Casey Creek, Jones Chapel, 28-24-15-118-125-21-- In effect Monday. Dec. 31. 1S08. SOUTH BOUND Lv. Louisville As. Lebanon &:42am 7:00am 8115am ........5:05 pm 8:00 o.28 Jo. 22 7:40 pin 10:00 pm pm 6:30pm 90 pro NORTH BOUN.D Ab. Louisville Lv. Lebanon 7:50am 5:48am 10:15 am 7:32am 6:55pm 4:30pm 8:15 pm 6.28 pm 10:15 am 7:32am and 93 are Sunday trains only. ............ 10.04am First-Clas- j ! Rol-thi- i 4-- j ! S. D. Crensh'awl 11-1- 12-1- 18-1- Pn 211-2- 15 21-2- 25-2- Poll-evi- l, to-da- W. T.Pyne Mill & Supply Co. i - i 40-- mscHmiSTS FEED , , ENGMES. i i 2)t S. SHinbat the - P i ox GET OUR PRICES ON MBT j Joseph Stone, w Galvanized Roofing 1 T 1 i Mill-ipeop- Ie ! t ! i I j Dehler Bros, LOUISVILLE, KY. j Lor io IOC to s I j , D- - The I m, i Adair County News ! ! One that Year, For the $1.50. I c jL&i. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Purdy. ley, were visiting their grandma near McGaha last Tuesday night. Mr. Clem Burton is quite sick Knifley. 3 interest in Sunday school work, M. T. Grime, J. O. Sutherland I Worn Women Women, worn and tired from overwork, need a tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness will not leave you of itself. You should take "Wine of We are having a few sunny i Cardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women. Thousands of women have tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of tlie great benefit it has been to them. Try it don't experiment use this reliable, oft-trimedicine. ed days and most of the farmers are taking the advantage of them. Miss Fannie Triplett is spending a few days with Miss Flora Morris. Mr and Mrs. Jimmie Willis at this writing. Mrs. Cordie Gooden and little daughter Clarcie, and Mrs. Rosie Curry and children and Mrs, Fanny Antle and little daughter Alma, spent Sunday with Mrs.S. Rain and mud is no scarce ar and J. S. Wade. ticle in this section W. F. Wilson, Died at his residence on Green E. J. Walters , i Committee. TAKE CARDUI wv m mV ine woman's ionic AT ALL DRUG STORES m J 33 Mrs. Rena Hare, of Pierce, Fla., tried Cardui and afterward wrote: "I was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble, had pain in my side and less, could not sleep, had shortness of breath. "I suffered for years, until my husband insisted on my trying wuxuu. 1UC XJ1SL UULL1U JUVC LUG IKZllVl. ami UUH J. U1U UUUUSli ITCUt Try Cardui. 'Twill help you. That New York woman who the world for him realizes that the 'population of the country is thinks that the crusade has lessened the practice 93,402,151. should ask the small boy under It has been.discovered that an estate which has been in litigathe sofa. tion for 42 years has doubted in Wonder if the young man who value. Probably the lawyers' thinks there is onlv one girl i n fees have not been paid yet. anti-kissing spent last Saturday night and Sunday with their son, Mr. Wesley Willis of near old Purdy. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sinclair spent last Sunday with the lat-teparents, Mr. Jack Burton Mr. J. D. Eubank passed through here last Sunday. Mr. Bram Burton, wife and children, spent last Sunday night at Mr. Milt Burtons. We had a Singer sewing machine agent to pass through here last week. Miss Mattie Morris visited relatives at this place last week. Mr. Steve Kerr of near Sano, visited relatives at Burdick, Taylor county last week. Mrs. M. J. Cofer spent a day and night at Mr. W. B. Morris' last week. Mr. J. H. Willis made a business trip to Columbia last Saturrs 22nd, Mr. Henry' I5T Ed Chandler. Died, Jan., 23rd, one of Jas. Parnell's little twin babies. All buried at the Har--. Measles and whooping cough din grave yard. are plentiful and they are eoine: " High waters detained the Co- -, 'ery hard with some of the Mr. V. B. Smythe, wife and mail several days last pie, some several have died children, were visiting their parweek. .where they had them both to- ents, Mrs. S. J. Dooley of this Ruel Tucker and family, of,Sether. place last Saturday night and Casey's Creek visited at John Ar- -' We have had the sad news .Sunday. nolds last Saturday and Sunday. that old aunt Mary Ann Popple-Messr- s. Miss Lena Dooley was in Co John Walker and Jake well is dead. She was an aged lumbia last Wednesday. Chelf, of Roley, will go to Illinois woman and her death has been Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smythe!. 'i expected for some time. She is in the near future. .were visiting their parents last Tobacco is about all sold j the widow of Tinker Popplewell, Saturday and Sunday. this section to different ' buyers. who passed her in the lane of life Last Sunday at 2 o'clock p. m. several years ago, their home Messrs, Lindsey Warson and Mr. Jim Burton and MissZora' being near Ono. River, Jan., . ! """J' i peo-lumb- ia i I day. ?vs'5)$sSs X Mr. Vinnia Morris is no better at this writing. WEEKLY COURIER - Mr. Soat Beard has been employed to do some carpenter work in our community. The bad roads seem to have no effect on people hauling in this vicinity. Mr. Louis Richardson intends to move into this vicinity in a short while. Mr. Ebb Farester and wife spent Saturday night at his JOURNAL HENRY. WATTERSON, Editor Is a Nacional Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a 3rear, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS For $1.50 if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. 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 (S) ) rSSS)SXg) ?Xs(?s)i Pickett Tobacco Warehouse INDEPENDENT C. A. BRIDGES & Co. t PROPRIETORS CHAS. A.BRIDGES W. G. BRIDGES Four Months Storage Free Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky. S' Or Give us a trial. We Guarantee to Please you Table supplied With the Best the Ji a rket' Affords Meals, 35c MILLEN M. D. MILLEN & - HOUSE. CO., Proprs. Located on Railroad St., one square east of L. & N. Station Lebanon, - Kentucky. ft 1 fathers, 'Mr. John Farester. Mrs. Jim Corbin visited at Mr. Heeler Corbin's last week. One of Mr. Sam Burton's little boys happened to a very painful accident last week while hauling veranda posts. He having fallen off and the wagon wheel ran over the lower part of his legs. week. Measles have taken a fresh go, Mr. Mr. John Cofer made a busi Alf Chandler and family' Mr. D C. Hopper has a very ness trip to Columbia last week. in this Section at this Writing. ' ond Vno mnthur enpnf lnef Sgfiir. ' Strane bird'on'his farm. It is v ........ A Mr. W. H. Streval and Mr. There is about 35 or 40 new cas - dnv niabh and Snnifa-- ., at- Mr ..... ' v. J ...0.. a VPrV atrnnoro"hil-r- l nrontinrr fn " Sam Burton delivered a load of es, both old and young. S. Stapleton's. T" " , stay about the house a great Miss Ada Henderson left Monveranda posts at Columbia last Mr. Dee Knifley is buying deaI of the timenespecially when day for Liletown, where she will some shoats to feed for the spring Tuesday. Mr Hopper ig. aboufc the hQU Mr. Jim Willis and daughter, teach music. HwiRcu tr,- u:i t Hr. xxuppci- Lulling a great ueal Mr. John Sublett lost a valua- Eliza, were at McGaha last Will Pendleton sold a sowandinf th hWA nd ho. v, ; . i ti Die norse last weeK. caused Dy a D1vs to Dee Kniflev for $20. week. to play with him and also John Eli Burton, Louis Coffey kick from another horse break-- , Q Wheeer bought a SQW A and you had better guess and Bob Pike delivered some fine mg his leg. This is the fourth from Jas. Burris for $20. he can fight like a good fellow, daught-la- st loads of tobacco to Mr. J. D. horse Mr. Sublett has lost in the Mr. John W. Jones and The writer has jbeen there and four years. jer, Nettie, of Pellyton were knows it Dudgeon at Coburg. to'Jbe a fact that in Messrs. Sam Heizer and George visiting in tnis section a lew days some of their battles the bird Mrs. Frances Willis is some Burress are in the Louisville last week. better at this writing. would bite Mr. Hopper so bad Program. that it would take him a week to Mr. W. B. Morris is having a tobacco market this week. Mr. J. R. Mitchell recently get well. The bird don't seem considerable lot of clearing done Of Fifth Sunday meeting of tQ be yery ma(J after the fighfc fe moved his family to Greensburg. on his farm. Mr. Gak Hatcher SecondNorth Concord associotion0ver and . . perfect aood Mr. W. H. Strevals purchased His Union humor and ag Mr. to be held with Free M evfin We a fine young milk cow from Mr. moved to his farm home. church on Saturday and Sunday jare not prepared to say what Hatcher's farm is now for sale Plato Wade for $40. and is a most desirable and con- - 29 and 30 of April, 1911. kind of bird this is but the most Mr. Frank Burress come again, 1. Devotional exercises, 10 a. of the people around here call it venient home. your letter was just splendid. m. a blue Jay. Surroundings have'nt changed a Rev. Levi has accepted a call its 2. Our association and great deal since you left, even from Bethlehem Church and will needs. J. S. Wade and Aaron Larkin Burton is still wearing begin a series of revival meet-- j Life Saved At Death's Door. Wilson. ings there Sunday. "I never felt so near my grave," his "merry widow hat." literature, writes W. R. Patterson, of Wellington, 3. Denominational Messrs. Rufus Burress and Vester. Burress were in the M. T. Grime and J. M. Williams. Texas, as when a frightful cough and Charlie 4. The Bible plan of forgiving lung trouble pulled me down to 100 Louisville tobacco .market last Mrs. Seller Burton's little son week receiving prices ranging one another, C. L. Bradley and pounds, in spite of doctor's treatment for two years. My father, mother and Ned,hasdiptheria and is reported from $6.80 to $1425 per hun- W. F. J. Wilson. two sisters diod of consumption, and very bad ' SUNDAY MORNING 10 O'LOCK. dred. that I am alive today is due solely to in Misses Lena and Malindk 1. Bible sanctification and mod- Dr. King's New Discovery, which comPalls Victim to Thieves. Dooley attended the singing at sanctification compared, J.O. pletely cured me. Now I weigh 187 S. W. Bend-;- , of Coal City, Ala., has ern pounds and have been well and strong Two thieves Sutherland and C. L. Bradley. Pleasant View Tuesday night. a justifiable grievance. for years." Quick safe, sure, it's the his health for twelve years. Mrs. Julie Knight and daught- stole were a liver and kidney trouble. 2. How to secure better They best remedy on earth for cough3. colds, er Ethel, were visiting Mrs. S. Then Dr. King's New Life Pills throtlagrippe, asthma, croup, and all throat in our churches, J. R. 60c & 1.00.- - Trial and lung troubles. tled them. He's well now. Univaled J. Dooley last Thursday. and E. G. Wilson. for Constipation, Malaria, Headache, bottle free. Guaranteed by Paull Drugr Misses Malindia and Lena Doo- - Dyspepsia. 25c at Paull Drug Co. 3. How to develop a greater Co. j ge , i Burris, were united in marriage. , James Foster are passing their Probably some one would like leisure time this bad weather at The groom is a very industrious to know about the town of Eli. young ' man who has many, the home of Mr. S. H. Jones Eli is on a boom, we now have Mr. E. R, Bowen, of Taylor' friends, the. bride was a very two stores, three daily mails, new popular young lady in the neigh- county, and Mrs. Mollie Jones, grist mill with gasoline power borhood where she was reared. widow of Mr. Sam Jones were and Dnnbar Bros., are building a Their many friends extend their married Jan., 24th. They will new store house which when comreside in Taylor county. best wishes. pleted will and much to theapear Cold storage eggs has dons the Mr. Jim Whited and family nnce of the town. who have been in Illinois for work for the farmers egg profit. It is no uncommon thing to see Mr. W. E. Bryant, while firing srme time have returned to their dairy wagon pass your door in old home near here. We are the grass and broom sedge on tEli. his meadow, let the fire get to glad to have them back. Mr. Wint Penington is prepar-- i his stack yard and burned Up ing to move to Casey county. three stacks of hay. Greensburg Suburbs. The protracted meeting which The social given at the home As your reporter has moved of Mr, Ruel Goode's last Satur- was conducted by Bros. Penny-cu- ff from Thurlow to Greensburg we day night was largely attended and Beck, at Coffey chapel will change the heading of our converand all present reported a nice closed with thirty-thre- e items and will give items from time. sions and twelve additions to the both places. church. We think the meeting Mrs. R. A. Corbin and family has done our neighborhood a Mrs. Inez Burress is on the spent last Sunday with her great deal of good. sick list this week. aaugnter, Mrs. ria .Bryant. Mr. J. W. Mitchell of Avis, Mrs. Archie Paxton, who has Mr. Edgar Beard is erecting ' been sick at her father's, Mr. himself a house on Monday Bros. )has accepted a position witha money sale company ot New George Blakeman's since Christ- land, near this place and will1 York, and is nowon duty in the mas, was able to return home move to pretty soon. it Monday. State of M iss. Miss Effie Hancock spent last Mr. D. C. Hopper, is at Gos-saMiss Emma Burress left Monweek at her Uncle'., Mr. J. day for Lebanon, where she will Landingjgrading lumber for Hancock, of Burton Ridge. 'the B F. Rakestraw Co., of enter the Normal school. Messrs. Dock and Dave Har Rufus Burress sold one stack den made a business trip to Co Campbellsville. Mr. S. H. Paul and wife, better of hay to Mr. Thel Leachman, lumbia last week ' known as captainJPaul of James- Greensburg, for $12. Mm T .nrT7 Innoa rf floor Pol, eir daughter Several cases of lagrippe in leyton, spent last ;eek with her Mrs. of Eli. this Lrreensourg. Worior ffi, m. I i i i ; i , rir ! ff - . ; j i . lit - jt to-figh- t, J i J , son-inla- w, j , I I t v J THE THE ADAIR COUNTY 'HEWS J AVAY& t'cuKa MWS 0,rde"DemocraticIandProgres- - sive Republican Senators, to a Iman, stood solidly gainst it and Published Every Wednesday - BYiTHE - was only carried bythe vote of Adair County News Company, Mr. Sherman. ;QMQ"00"9"fr0"Q"Q fr"CS & && ?l - - r j5SEaSsfiSS W' SS? &uF i 0 ( Incorporated.) Garlin. EDITOR. FIFTEEN REASONS WHY ' ? CHAS. S. HARRIS tetett of the City of Democratic newspaper dovutud to the In- Columbia and the people m Adair atid adjacent counties. t Entered at the Columbia ocdclasa mail matter. I'ost-oflice Miss Ada Walkup is visiting relatives in Russell county. fl M M Walter Chapman spent Sunday night at Mr. Ebb TTolmeS OUVER CHILLED ' a- - sec- - . Misses Willard and Nellie Hui-- ! - WED. FEB. , 15 1911, faker, students of the L. W.- T. S. visited at home from Friday ' ' , The fighting in Mexican bears until Monday. a close resembance to Philippine Uncle TomlConover's condition ' warefare-- its awful scattering, remains aboutpthepsame. It now looks like Hon. Jas. B. The sinSing at Disappointment McCreary will be the only Dem- - was larSelv attended, Mr. Edgar Eule, of Absher, ocratic candidate for Governor sPent lastSSundayfriight with Mr. before the May primary. Welby Holmes. The Cannon organization met Mr. Wilson, who has been sick with a stinging defeat in the for sometimelislable to walk the House last Thursday night. streets ofGarlin'again. The Republican caucus bill proMr. andlMrs. J. K. P. Dickinviding for.'agHouse of 391 memson, Vesterspent Friday night bers fell againstthe onslaught of at Mr. N. B. Chapman's. Democrats"andcRpublican insurgents. The';House passed the ' Miss ClarafRobertson, Absher spent theweek with Miss Nona 166 memoersnip measure orig. many reported from the Census iP.hnnmsin Miss Avis&Walkup was the Committee. Under it no State ' guest of Miss Kate Cooper last loses a memberZof Congress. , fr ARE THE BEST GENERAL PURPOSE PLOWS IN THE WORLD FIRST. They are the original and only Genuine Chilled Plows made. i SECOND. They are adapted to a variety of soils, s will do work 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. first-clas- "51 5 NINTH. All parts of the Oliver Chiiled 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 i t imitators. an inferior plow. 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The name Oliver is a guarantee of excellence. Oliver has a thorough center draft, runs lighter than any other plow, and is under the direct and complete control of the operator. ; Sunday. President Taftis now touring' Little Eva, 'daughter of Mr. the countryl in an effort to con John iSTeatSisTqulte; sick at this vince the people'that the reci- -' writing, procity agreementIbetWeen this country and Canada will be al Misses Nona . Chap,man and great blessinglinl'other ways be- uara Kooertsonsvisited Mr. and McGa-h- a side trade relation. It seems to Mrs. Walter'Chapman, of last Monday night. us that the Presidents wasting his time. If"therpresent Cpn- - Misses Capitola, .Clarisa and gress fails toHmeet hislapproval Beatrice weoo visited at ivir. js. to the agreement hefcan convene G' Reunion's from Friday until the next congress inextra session Monday. and the Democrats will do the Miss Pearl Neat was the guest work and the f people will not of Miss Avis Walkup last Satur- only accept thejresultibut will be day night. in loud praise of Jitsbeneficent Mr. B. G. Redmon is suffering effects. with rheumatism. Mr. LutherJChapman made a Mr. James Garnett, who is a business trip to Columbia one candidate before the Democratic day last week. primary forthe nomination for Mr. DolphJIBryant was at this Attorney General, reached home 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.v EIGHTH. 4 FIFTEENT- H- Finally 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. The Oliver or Bowers patent slip-nos- e share can be furnished when desired ful saying device. a wonder- 4 Look out for imitation Shares, Mouldboards and other extras. The Genuine OLIVER BLOWS 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. 4 last Thursday evening, after hav- - place one dalast week, j i ing visited several counties in the State. IHe'repqrts that he was warmly received at every and thatlghis friends are work. At this time there is no doubt but his gprospects are very flattering. He will leave on anotherftour and will vigorously continue the fight un- til the primary.&There are three other candidates for the same position and Mr. Garnett's friends in thisfparfof the tate should get busy.Ilkeep moving, until the nomination's made. to-da- y, Jesse Murrell was here one dav lastjweeklbuying calves, Mr- t, The schoollat Concord is gressing nicely under the man-a- t agement of Mr. James Hays. pro-poin- ! , Miss Mabel guest of Miss Sallee was the Nona Chapman t&i I 4444444 4 6"0"Q"0"Q"frQ4fr Nell. vzrxawx ismmsmi a - '& last Thursday. Messrs Drury Moore and Dan Bryant were at this place Iast i ' ! Friday ' I " Neatspent several days last week-- at Lher father's, ' T ,, , . i E Bwton of Watson. ! Sulphur hasibeenjpast fording Thp Shin Snhcnrlv Pill naocori fnr spvpml Hnvs wtnai-- ,. ... .u u hjt o.i , mr. iistneri Moore, wno is laoi S.WCCR, uy unc of the Vice President. This tending school atButler was measure if itbecomes a law will home Saturday'land Sunday, take the people'smoney and give "" treeiSDOfO. it. to ..w cVn'nnlnonfpyocfe w tiuiv,iv,ow on fv,a wv. qflnofo c inc.-r- , ac-vo- te i an interesting sermon last Sunday niSnt- - The people were highly Pleased with him' On the 8th, of this month Mr. R- - H- - Iain's 8 year old boy shot his two little brothers 6 a n d 2 years old with a shot gun acci- Mentally but not seriously doing weli wrltinS- Mr. Tilford Petty of Inroad was in our midst this week. ai-tV- ii Mrs. Mary E. Rose who has been very sick is improving, also Mrs. Luther Bell who has been in very bad health for sometime is about well again. Mrs. Mary Bell visited her sister, Mrs. Lizzie Pullian from Saturday until Monday. , is a son of Mr. J. T. Hamilton, i Vllle IS . VlSltinc hpr nnnfnn. Edmonton, and is a good business Li Mrs. Newt Garrett, j , cle young man, tne oride is a daugh- Big Renox this week. ter of Mr. and Mrs.S. R. Walker Irvin, Loyd & Winfrey have this place, and is one of Adairs decided to continue selling goods most popular young ladies. We at Beck's Store the rest of this extend our best wishes to this year. jj very deserving couple. Wes Garrett, of Big Renox has Sugar Grove, come home from Glasgow, where Mr-and at Holmes. i -- -- the high seas.unjust and unearn-- 1 n- j at 1J eu. oiiuuiu anv man oner a bill to give toSthe farmers of the county a bountyfof two cents per , ,, . Dusneiona,ittnecorn or wheat raised it would die m its intro-- , "'"i("i6 - Mr. G C. Russell made a trip to Columbia last trT:Jltt - Cumberland" river i s out o f Mr. E. S.Rice . and Miss Judelle . : u j.i, n WdLei 1& duuvei Robinson were in Camp bellsville uaima' L11C the bottoms lasfc Saturday. ' Miss Betty Ramsey of Burn- Mr. E. S. Rice sold five nice side is visiting friends and rel.! popular logs to Whitney Bros. last Monday f or $2.25 per hundred. week atives here The party at H. B.Robinson's Misses Beulah Smith and Bes- was largely attended and all sie to broaden the avenue ! Blankenshin are takinff mU joyed themselves, leSSOnS Under MrS A A of opportunity for the laboring SlC E.. S. Rice and G.C.Russell Qlayton- are making a log yard on Mr. man has rough and rugged pas- sage, but the interests, the now-- 1 Rev. James Sullivan filled his Russell's land. They have the ,..,. regular annointment hre lasf! finest lot of popular m this r..! .. .! , ,rjr; eixui get txie vivam wnne tne ' country. batUMay ana bUnaay producers get the thrice skimmed Alfred Chandler is sawing S. The?e were quiet a number of H.t Jones' timber. He is a fine milk. Why should this govern-- , ment give a bounty to ship own- traveling men caneu on our mer- sawman, so it goes without say chants this week. ing he will do a good job. ers? Why should it take your Mr. Tom Jackman is very sick Whitney Bros., are running money and give it to those who writing. rafts of logs down the river now, give nothing in return? It is at this They are having plenty of water class legislation of the rankest Rev. T. L. Hulse preached us to run them on at present. i t,i. . . ,., ' j mTri! ! en-interes- ts, Bad colds and lagrippe is very Misses Mamie Sidna and Blance Walker, of this place, left for prevalent in this neighborhood. Columbia last week where they We are glad to report Mrs. will enter school. Louis Norris, who was thrown Flora Moss has been visiting from a horse several days ago her cousins Myra and Rosa Bell. and her arm broken is getting D. W. Kinnaird, R. C. Pullian along nicely. We hope her arm and Gilford Hamilton, was at will soon be well. Mr. George Bryant, of Dutch Edmonton one day last week. Mrs. Vallie Combs visited her Creek died February 2nd. He fell some weeks ago and broke sister Friday of last week. Lula Moss visited relatives at his leg. He was very old, and his wife also is in the bed with Gradyville last week. he has been clerking. Mr. Charlie Garret is num- bered with the sicK. He has something like neuralgia and heart trouble. Mrs. Sasan Garrett and her niece, Lela Garmon visited Mrs. Nannie Garmon Friday. Mr. and Mrs. William Firkin visited at Baker Jesse's Friday night. j I 1 Several attended the singing at Mr. John Coffey's Tuesday her thigh broken; she hasn't night and reported a nice time- Eddie Lee Hamilton and Miss walked a step for some time. Rev. George Groves is carryKate Walker were married at the Mr. Jim Baker has a boy at ing on a protracted meeting at home of the bride last Sunday Callahan's Schoolhouse this week. afternoon. The ceremony was their home and Mrs. Baker has m not been getting along so well, beautifully pronounced by Rev. FOXES WANTED. they have had the doctor with Grey and Red Foxes C. B-- , Glayze, in the presence of ii00toi50 Saulrrels .50tol.U) her three or four times. Coons..... a few relatives, and a few special ;5to J3 And Express. friends. Immediately after the It's a 10 lb girl at Mr. Charlie Send name of . at Eddie Gar- letter. ceremony the couple left for Ed- Booker's and ""' monton, where they will make rett's. their future home. The groom Miss Lela Garmon, of Sparks- a-gi- j'our express office In first W. T. HODGE.V. Box 222 . . . CarapbellsvIHe. Kj ftsr ?v jl THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 K 1 I nvmntnn Clin. AUHir CUUUl.y, fertilizer. PERSONAL t day, aged S7 years. Hisuuiugwu """ i r:: high character, ,. M. oy virture 01 execution iio 1000 wnic.i i n to the public and private, is ... juejiJ ..A frm fu ffi. nf tv rirk J nf . Mr. Luther Turner will soon . ...w... aS53 people or KeniucKy. the Adair Circuit Court on the 21th day have his telephone line COm-- of spent Mr. Ernest Ross, Creelsboro, . January 1911 for the sum of (300 00) n en Elm Notice. last week in Columbia. Three Hundred Dollars with inserest PIeted from Bl& thereon from the 20th day of January i mark, Mr. G. 0. Batsett was here from! and the further sum of " Monticello last week. T Hhva application, 1?" until thU Hv filed n f, Barnes has nur- , rJ. LiOVVe. OI, Vjreen COUIIl-y- i., was ':mi tiic nuau mumj vuui i. iu u - rfici,or. (51 85) Fifty -one .and 85 ,100 dollars i, f u., . MX. Ji. uiuunu.6 mill of Wm, w-"fa " """ " " " --- -ed. as the assignee of D. a. wnite & W!.fBTi!..c..fin:iv.PPk. . . ... fAA ( i i H. C Bardin. I will en Monday tilt " vm i .n tt r t rl ittill 26th, 1911. nlT iuuijjh, aiiu inn suuii r c icauy regular Son, this January Mr. R. L. Marshall made his day of March 1911 at the Court House W. L. Brockman. Assignee. 4t. to do grinding- at Rowes X Roads. beintrip to Columbia last Friday. Door in Columbia Ky , the sa-nMr J. A. Neigles, of Green county, the 1st day of a regular term of the Mjs3 Sophia Sullivan, cf the Rev. .1. R. Crawford is in Edmonton and Miss Pearl Farris, of Cane Valley, Adair County Court, at o clock p m this week, noluing a meeting. R- - S. A., was at were married one day last week by or thereabout offer for sale to the hitrh-- , L. Taylor, who is suffering Mrs. U. bidder upon a credit of thrf e mday till Sundav. Rev. Wm. Dudgeon. They will reside with lagrippe, is some better. months die following tr?cts of land, or in Green county. Owen Antle is buildinir him a a sufficiency thereof to satisfy said ex- MrJohn T. Harvey left for New OrEld. John L. Brandt will assist Eld. Z. ecution, interest and cost as the prop- - new house. leans and Denver, Col., Monday. T. Williams in a meeting which will ertv of H. C, Bardin lying on the wa- W5w?3i sJKf wrlFi Mrs. Bruc Montgomery has returned begin at the Christian church the first ters of Rock Lick creek and bounded Execution Sale. from Grady villi- and is now at home. Sunday in March. The song service on the north by the lands of J T. Page Mr. A. G Norris called on the Co- - ' will be conducted by Eld. Brandt's son- - on the south by the lands of Thos an J daughter. lumbia meichantb labt Wednesday. Puiham on the east by the lands of J r By virtue of execution No. 1S56 which T. Page, on the west by the lands of issued from the office of the Clerk of 'v '" Baker, Campbellsville, Ire W Mr. H. E ' '? For Sale. Thom Puiham, and containing U.'!l the Adair Circuit Court, on thj 21st, Friday and Saturday. I visited here last W v; I " acres Albo a certain tract or parcel day of January I!)II for the sum of' Louisville Herbert Smith went to I offer my home, located on Bomer land lyinjj nar Sparksville, Ky , ar.fi (.W).O0 Thiee Hundred Tollarj with! last Friday to consult an eye specialist Heights, Columbia, Ky., for sale. It joining the anas of Willis Page, and C j interest thereon at the rate of G per cent , Gov. J. R. Hindman is spending a is a dwelling bounded as follows: on the north hv per aiinnm from the 1(3thr tiay 0f janu. eight room few weeks at French Lick Springs, Ind comparatively new. Good well, good the lands of Wilhs Page, on the south ary unti v& and the furtVer sum ' by the lands of Josiah Campbell, on the of ($n.05) Ten & 05100 Dc liars Cost Mr. G P Hu ress,- - Campbellsville, blacksmith shop and a good cellar. Will east by the lands of Jno. Hundley, on in faVorofJno. M. Turner against W. Marion Antle. paid his Columbia friends a visit last sell at a bargain. 15 2t the west by the lands of West Thomp- B. Yates. This execution is ci edited by week. Bond $50 00 paid August 18th, ipiO, I will on son, and containing 59 acres Mrs. L C Hurt and Miss Ursula with approved security and bearing Monday the 6th, day of March at the The county roads are said to be in a interest at 6 per cent from date until Koelsch, wi'l return to Louisville this " rmrit-in5nmo nlnrOQ rVio paid will be required of the purchaser Court House Door in Columbia, Ky., fonrfnl week. : being the f rst day of a reguthe same mud is reported hub deep. The Fisca This February 9th, 1911. Marshall, traveling sales Mr. Tyler lar term of the Adair County Court, at court at its April term, should certainly A. D. Patteson S. A.-I o'clock, p. m. or thereabout offer for man, made his usual trip to Columbia tike steps to better the road conditions sale to the highest bidder upon a credit last week. of Adair county. Born, to the wife of Charlie Young, of three months the following tracts ' H. T. Baker returned Saturday after February 9th, a son. of land or a sufficiency thereof to satis- a visit to his brother, W. L Baker, More Votes in Piano Contest. fy said execution interest and cost as Monticello, Ky. Denmark. the property of W. B. Yates and bound-Mr. Tim Cravens was in Edmonton a , ed on thejiNorth by the lands of F. A. Men who till the soil are era :y about it. The Improved PatWe will give 50,000 yotes with each few days of last week, taking evidence , The few warm days have put Lewis, on the South by the lands of Sewing Machine sold at any price. We Ideal Steel Harrow. It takes the rag off the bush. It in a murder trial. on the East by the lands of 16.00, 18.00, life into the farmers, and some Andrew Turner, on the West by the p. have them at 12.50, m is Adjustable Lever Attachment to open and dose. Hows s m. Burette and J. 35.00, the best of them have begun to turn the lands of Nelson King and containing t Wade, Lebanon, were here the first of i 25.00, 30.00 and up. easy to overatd an ! never wears out. Just the thing you 165 acres. Also a certain tract or par-make on the market. the week, buying mules. soil for a new crop. are looking for. Give it a trial and he conviuced of its merits. eel of land lying near Fairplay Ky.,and Russell & Co Mr. Vance Gowdy and Mr. Dan looking well in this joining the land of H. C. Baker, and Wheat is For sale only by Hatcher, Campbellsville, were here by the lands of i bounded on the North ' section. Commissioner's Sale. . two days of last week. G. Turner, on the South by thj Jo ' Mr. and' Mrs. J. ,H. Payne lands of A. J. Green, on the East by Mr. E. L. Feese, who is a compositor ADAIR ' CIRCUIT COURT, Inventor and Patentee spent Sunday Vinvp rpr.iirrtprl rinmp frnm an py the lands of Carter heirs on the West on the Somerset Times, KENTUCKY. .by the lands of H. C. Baker, and con with his family in Columbia. Cane Valley, Ky. Geo. J. Hurt, Plaintiff, tended Visit at Russelll Springs, taining 94 acres. Bond with asproved Mrs. L. L. Rounds and Mrs. Ermine E. A. McKinley &c, Mrs Mnrrip f!nflW was t.ha security and bearing interest from date By virture of a Judgment and Order Wilson, Russell Springs, were in Co y w y IN ;r y ix y w js NJ Nl Nl Nl Nt Nl Nt N until paid will be repuired of the pur- - ; of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render-- . pleasant guest of Miss Elizabeth IN IN 7iN IN N IN TN "N 7lN 7K IN i IN ?in7In1 'IN IN 7K IN, TNINKININ lumbia, shopping, last Saturday. chaser, This February 9th 1911. iy Nt iviay j.erm, tnereoi, iiu, in IN of Mr. euatuie " A. D. Patteson S. A G Mr. Leo Baldauf, Kimble Wednesday afternoon. y(N IN the first of the the above cause, for the sum of eight Sam Lewis, arrived 100 dol-- 1 O hundred sixty-thre- e and 47 Nl yrs Qar Dabney was visiting Dirigo. week, and will spend a few days in Co IN. 'IN , , .. with the interest at the rate or ol, lars st Nl n lumbia ner sister, Mrs. ueo. money, 7Tn IN per cent, per annum from the 19 day of Landy Stotts has removed to ' i'IN GcSQ Mr. Frank P. Hager. of the Tenth May 1910, until paid, and $62.40 costs i Sunday. Congressional district, candidate for herein, I shail proceed to offer for sale recently purchased from vlIn of Dal- the farm James Higginbottom, 10 x 20 Glass 4 It Windows l' ok. ni Auditor before the Democratic May at the Court-hous- e .90 Nl door in Columbia Ky. 7i was in Columbia last Monday. to the highest bidder, at Public Action, las, Texas, is visiting his sister, Leslie Janes, and Hershel Janes Nl primary, 10 x 1.00 to the house thus va- NlK Nt Mr. Eston Harris and sister, Miss on Monday the 6 day of March 1911, at Mrs. Hiram Shearer, of this has moved t4 7K tt tt tt 12 x fA 1.00 7Tn Russell county, 1 o'clock p. m., or therabout (being Delia Harris, of Avis, cated by Stotts. place. and Miss Josie Hatfield, Russell Springs, County Court) upon a credit six months (12 in wide) Red Edge Collar .20 A. Murphy and family visited the following described property towit: In are visiting at the home of Mr. H. Wm. Acres has rented part of Nl Two certain tracts of land lying on Corn Syrup (per gal) .35 NlIN at John Gibson's last Saturday NlIN the waters of Sulphur Fork Creek. the Garr farm, and has begun to IN Miss Ina Dohoney, sister of Mrs. J. 1st tract containing 68J acres and the and Sunday. Syrup .40 Nt turn the soil. ? C.' Browning, who has been visiting in 2nd tract 78 acres and for full descrip IN Ray McClister, Gadberry, was Nl 3 Can Corn .25 Texas, returned to this county last tion reference is made to the Judgment Dr. Tom Jones was through IN here one day last week. She will leave for Bradfords-vill- e orders and pleadings in above styled month. 3 Cans Hominy .25 Nl here iast weefc doing some dent in a few days. J. M. Campbell sold a fat hog Nl action. 7K IN Clothing Prices to Close. For the parchase price, the purchaser al work. to Mrs. Marian Norris at $7.00 7tN Mr Owsley Ritchey and wife, Burkts-villspent Saturday and Sunday with with approved surety or securities, Mrs. Viola Selby has the earli- - per hundred pounds. M IN Miss must. AYPPiifp Rnnrl hpnrinor lpornl ?n. Lee Walker. Mr. and Mrs. John Nl M est hatch of chickens two in 7(N Deputy Sheriff, A. W. Rowe' 4) Alene Ritchey, who has been visiting terest from day of sale until paid, and Russell Springs, Ky. tha force Snd hre for several weeks, returned home having Bidders will beeffect of a Judg- -- ' number, and one dead. did business here one day last m Nl prepared to comment. with them. 7K W. F. Rowe, of Burnside, is ply promptly with these terms. v vtNJNIvvVJNINlyMvlNliNi week. K in tn n Tjn 7K F TsinjnintnTn inin?Inin(n7tnTninN.inIninn W. A. Coffey, Master Com. A. C.C A ' J: Jitfge M. J. Durham, 4... well-know- n in Execution Sale. AiA uicu au 'through here this week selling , T l well-know- -- .w, W i If? SL- ! . ,. , j; n.t Pd , - 1 T u - - fooov. - " - 1 i urn rY - in-la- w f -- ei jy-p- -- KS -- I fate two-story- i mi i f j i ' C. I , I i i 1 Read rinH You Will See. tllvl .. ent 1 i ( J. C. Eubank J )" ! , i JNtNJLl son-in-la- w ! , ; Bargains! Pads a r Mc-Beat- h. "Anchor" White Flake Sugar e, at F. L. Wilson. , J Additional Locals. Regular meeting of Columbia Lodge No., 230, I. O. O. F., next Thursday night. j i I tttia nf KTnnl- "Tnntfrnm- ery, Lebanon Junction, January 26, a T3s.-- n fVia - I daughter. is arawintr close. Contestants should hustle now until the first of April. Good location. "ho . . Pmnn pnnr.Ast . i 1 fQ a m fn i ' , I A picture gallery for sale or rent. E. L. Sinclair, Columbia, Ky. 14 2t Mr. Upton Grider is in Louisville this week fo the purpose of selling his tobacco, shipped a few days ago. A. C. Meadows, of Jamestown, I 1" !shoatfromFinisStottsat3per was hi cms piace xnursuay. Latest Quotations on Live Stock head J. B. Wheat has the best piece pT Arr J J. J Campbell has been "AI CATTLE 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PlR ROD ' Shipping steer $5.Q05.50 of wheat there is in this section. very sick forthe-pas- t week but Beef steers 3.505.50 We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long L. McFarland's condition is is some better at this writing. 3 755.00 Fat heifers and eows as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights Cutters 2.503.50 about the same. 1 he people or this community and styles of Elhvood and Square Mesh Fences. - 1.502.50 Canners Brother Beck is holding a pro- met and cleared off the site for .. 0((4.0 DUIiS tracted meeting at Hayes Chap-pe- l, the new church to be 50IKC& eae 4.uuo.ou erected good attendance. with oc.Kers; 1 near here. cei.nch f OC flfl 'I fill .nnr. ItI " oo.vjvw.jv uuuite iniiuii cuwa Jo Larsons bought a young " Common to fair cows . . . 1. 5. 00 John M. Campbell,' who trav34iNcn W milch cow from J. Dunbar, for HOGS els for the Cumberland Grocery ISIHCH Choice 165 to 210 7.25 $35. Co., called on our merchants last ,oi:(CH V 7 75 Mediums, 130 to 165 T. T. Sullivan passed through w ' i; l Ji it it iiii i j Friday. Pigs 8.05 6 75 this place with a nice burich of Roughs i LOUISVILLE MARKETS. down on professional business, stopping at the Selby house. J. M. Campbell bought three and J. W. CamDbell bought one , r i.T A Af i.nir ppii nr HI WIIIIII WKT T 9 JiiL' V ' I A frfr y. . A-re--ir-: 00-3- WI. T7w77A7vi X ? rrr "k , i rif",'i, .. ... SHEEP AND LAMBS shoats. 2J-- 3J 5J(6 F. L. Selby and son who are 5,000 votes in Piano contest for Culls 3(5 doing business at Rowes X each dollar spent in our novelty Jewel- Fatsheep Roads are having a better run of ry Department. GRAIN. Russell & Co. Wheat 1.10 trade than usual. Corn 50 W. A. Garr has a severe atBuck Parrott, a son of Bob Parrott, tack of grip. fell from a loaded wagon a few days Local Market. ago, and the wheels passed over his Mr. and Mrs. Edd Helm at head. He was badly hurt, but is The following is the Local Market given by S. H. Grinstead & Co., today: tended preaching at Oak Grove, Best iambs The Basket ball team from this place went to Somerset last Saturday to get some ideas of the popular game. The team is very much obliged for the information received. Gore, just abcut completed, located near the Monument on Green river, was consumed by fire last Friday about noon. It was supposed to have caught from a burning brush pile. A residence owned by Eggs weak declining, 10 10 Cocks 3 Turkeys 10 to 12 ". 7 Geese Ducks".8 Wool (clear grease) 20 d . .,.. . .. 28 to 30 Wool (washed) . Hides, (green) 5 to 6 . .r . . . . .'.M'. . . '35 to40 Feathers 42 00 Ginseng .'.?. 5 Beeswax , Sunday. Mr. Parsons, of Livingston, Tenn., was visiting his son Joe, last week. Mrs. Elmer Rippetoe, who has been at the bedside of her father for some time,v? has ,. returned ': '.r.thome. - Hens Chickens a man named J. J. England and G. G. did business at Columbia one day last week. Y. E. Hurt, Gadberry, was here one day last week dehorning cattle. Quite a number from this section attended prayer meeting at Dick Roe's last Thursday night. John H. Moore, Gradyville was at Squire William Harvey 'sj one night last week. Garnett Breeding, Amanda-villwas here last Friday showing his horse. Mc-Kinn- ey wiMy.WAjJik,i3aii.' v..", SHV15TANDAKOELLWOOD FIELD FENCE -.- - . rvar!.iLiViA-?tn.'m&Mei-m.'-t- x3attii. gyyftcjt.1 l SIYLtJNAUt lA ntlGHTS w. Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. uncle, Mr. Elam Cheatham this week. ..... .....!:. Mr. - S a m-- p s on Antle was t Mr. Jesse Fletcher, who has , been on the sick list for the past week is able to be out again. Mr. Carlis Norris spent three days last week riding through Cumberland trying to buy a Dr. T. T. Baker and son, Gil- hound. Cole Camp. l' lian made a trip ' to Burkesville Mr, and Mrs. James Cole spent one day last week. Mrs. Emma Grissom and chillast Wednesday with Mrs. Dol-li-e Baker. Ruth Thomas is visiting her dren, of Burnside are visiting e, n. her father, Dr. . T. Baker at this writing. Mr. Owen Meriwether, of Illinois is visiting his uncles, Messrs. Mat and Daniel Baker, of Baker-to- f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Creelsboro. Gainsville, Ga. sing of God rest upon the heart tin of Pratts, Kansas, spent Wedand I am glad of it. But for panesday night with their uncle broken mother and father, for triots, Christians and real educaThinking perhaps some of my Mrs. A. A. Clayton who has we know th Mr. John Martin. ieve much af. tors, I cherish a profound reEditor News: old friends would like to hear been vi?itin& friends and relati' ter their precious one. They made to spect, and offer the glad hand. The last contribution I Misses Lizzie Hood and Mary ' from the South, I will drop a few es at Burkesville for a few days can never call him back your columns was productive of I am certain that there are conbut Cundiff spent Thursday nuht lines to the News. I am not so has returned home good results, at least in one re- genial spirits in Kentucky; and thep can go to him. While he Misses Easts. far South either, however, it is with the Clyde Buster who is lending' is their loss, he is heaven's gain. spect. I know there are some in North south of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Thomas and dear old home. schod at Glensfork visited h i s Everything that loving hands Two Adair county boys, aged Carolina. To all such I extend I left Kentucky on New Year Mr and Mrs. N. R. Thomas parents Saturday and Sunday. respectively 53 and 56. were the glad hand. They are not in could do was done, but God e day, and landed here January j spent Sunday at Mr. W. P. heard from, and the presumption any one church, nor in any one Miss Audra Coffey and little knows best and he called him 2nd, 1911. I find it is an in- -' Hngham's. holds good that they read the political party either. I know brother John Simpson were the home. l, Messrs. Harden Feese and dustrial country. This county emenation from North Carolina. Republicans here and in Kentucpleasant guest of Miss Sallie 'Tis hard to break the tender cord Cundiff made a business trip is adapted to farming prin-jde- n When love has bound the heart: Vigle Thursday night. 0:ie of them was John M. Lo- ky, who are honest, and yet I do ,Tis hardf so hard to speak the words cipally. Cotton is the chief crop, to Dunville one day last week gan, an infant, whose life not agree with their party policy. Mr. Stakley Black was in our, We must forever part. Wheat, oats and corn will grow Miss Annie Robertson was spanned 53 wheat harvests, and I know people of every faith and Trie funeral services was con- here too. There is a good mar-- 1 visiting at Holmes one day last midst last week. the other was R. S. Snow, he order who are better Christians Frank Orton has returned ducted by Rev- - G- - w- - Pangburn, ket for all garden products that week. who could heave ground biscuits than some Methodists, and yet. 1 and tne interment in the Orr from Ind. can be raised. Mr. Burt Bryant passed here with as great force and more am a Methodist, Mr. Will Jackman is verv sick Gainsville is a town of 7,000 last Saturday on his way to Plum " precision than a Roman catapult. ' Where is Dr. William Voils? By Aunt B. H. D. population. There are three fac- - pomtat this writing. As an evidence that they read 1 hope still living and reading the tories in town employing four ' Mr. Lum Combest spent SunSunflower Philosophy. The Str. Albany loaded staves a News, as he was at last what was written, each wrote thousand workmen. The forest' day night at Mr. G. C. Russell's. here Thursday. telling me so. Logan is counts. Where is A. B. Pile, A woman holds a baby a s is mostly pine, some oak, poplar Miss iBeulah Smith was i n naturally as a man holds a cigar. Miss Annie Robertson was the enjoying his adolescence ia Ma-- 1 my old friend and school mate? and chestnut. The soil is red, combe, 111., and Sid Snow is re Also B. F. Pile, Etta Snow Pile, guest of Miss Nannie and Zella town shopping Friday. Some men are already figuring but produces well. Mr. Frank Campbell left o n on the trips they joicing in lusty youth at Urich, Mrs. Annie Hindman Kean, W. East Saturday night. won't make There is not much game here. ' Rowena for Nashville next summer. Mo. Both seem to, be riding the S. Hurt, L. P. Hurt, Mrs. Belle s, the Str. Messrs Elba Christie Lte 1 went hunting several times and prosperity, and I Snow Patterson and Mrs. Monte- tidal wave of Misses Bettie Christie where he will work on the Ray Most girls would rather b e killed nothing. was glad to be so informed. I HurtDohoney? Can any bodyj and Meekie Humphress. were this winter. married and have trouble than I taught school in Russell counam not much inclined to croak, locate Philip Voils, Jim Voils, Miss Nannie Perryman who not A. Humphress' to be married at all. ty six months before I came visiting at W. is betttr than some have Fee Turner, Col. Stringo e but that has been confined to her room Saturday and Sunday. down here to teach school. I tmd Laugh heartily at a man's joke who still reside in Adair berry etc. I am also pining fori Mr. and Mrs. W. P Dilling- for several days is improving. no trouble in securing a school, and he'll have another one for county. knowledge as to J. Henry Bomar, Mr. Charlie Smith passed you the next time he sees you. ham and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thorn- as teachers here are scarce. I I do my own writing, and in Cage Bomar, Alfred Hurt, Loge find several Kentucky friends fas. are spending .the week at through our town Friday in rout The trouble with the young my own way. I see things with Bomar, and other citizens of col- for Cole Camp. INeatsburg. here, among whom are Mr. T. B. things who want to marry i s my own eyes, and judge them in or. Also, Bob Cravens, Jerry Mrs. Nannie Holt celebrated that they consult their hearts Tarter, Mr. Turl Dickenson and' Mr. Owen Humphress and my own mind. and Gen Cravens, of same na- myseli from Russell county, Mr family have moved to his fath- - her 66 th birthday Monday. rather than their heads. In politics and religion I have tianality. I have hunted squirplace. Mr. Ernest Ross was in town Sinclair from Adair, Mr. Hudson er's at this When a woman acts finicky no mentors, but am the firest rels and rocked hornet's nests , . from Casey county. There is M. D. Jones of Elkhorn, was yesterday. sne says it is nervousness out kind of a free nigger. I hade all with the whole push. I have quite a difterence in teaching here the first of the week on We still have our singing every when a man gets that way it's the pride in the State of my na- neither time nor space to inquire here and in Russell county. The business. Sunday night. nearly always called meanness. tivity that any son of that mar- about all; but hope E. 0. White children are intelligent enough, Mr. Edgar Rule was at Garlin Mrs. B. F. Leach and daughIf a woman really loves a man tial commonwealth can cherish; will see all and give them fitting have not had much training. several days last week on busi- ter spent the day with Mrs. N. but she will tell him occasionally that and when flesh and heart are messages from me of good will The reason they don't have any ness Holt Tuesday. he works too hard even if the failing, I hope my eyes will close and good fellowship. better schools here is because Misses Julia and Mattie Nance man in the case is holding a po- on familiar scenes of ''The Old Meivin L. White. Death of!. M. Wells, they don't pay the teachers of Wilson's Creek, "visited their litical job or is an army officer. Kentucky Home." "filTa enough. They don't pay a comuncle, Mr. W. H. Absher, last Mymemoiyas fondly reverts Death's icy hand fell heavily on House plants belong to mother mon school teacher as well a Friday night. to days passed at Tabor public We are having some nice our home, and took from us our o r daughter when company they do in Kentucky, so a teachR. 0. Dillingham was in school, and the M. & F. High weather row and the farmers dear old grandfather, whom we comes and the pointing with er soon gets tired of teaching School, as ever the retrospect ot are making good use of it. several days the last of so dearly loved. His death oc- - pride occurs, but it is father who for nothing. I am teaching 4J of Wardsworth pictured the curred January the 28th, 1911, gets both barrels if a cold night Mr. N. B. Dillingham is on the miles from Gainsville, Ga., the this week. "Old oaken bucket that hung in sick list at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Karnes at 6:30 p. m., at the age of 77 happens to nip them. county seat of Hall county. ' the well." county this years, 5 months and 13 days. Lizzie Abrell visited Miss Et-wThere is a world ot difference are visiting in Green AH Sorts. In my dreams, I see the famil-He was a kind father, grand week. Williams last Saturday night. living here and in Russell couniar scenes of Auld Lang Syne; We expect most of the various Mrs. A. C.W heeler and daugh- father and great grand father. Mr. Jim Thomas and wife of ty, i ife is much brighter where , and in working hours my mem-Mrs. Jesse Absher, were the He was a father to us all, and reCords to be broken this year. Oklahoma, visited friends and one lives in a country of indus- ter, ory lingers on experiences of his death will be felt most keentries, and where he can see all guests of Mrs. Honey Bailey last In the present stage of aviarelatives in this community. youthful days. I have not piled ly at home, and all over the counkinds of machinery in operation, Friday. development you never Wheat is looking fine in this up riches, nor am I a blind votatry, as he has been a friend to tion's M. R. Gabbert and sister Eld. but there is one thing that Ruscan tell. ry of mammon, but my enjoy- section. more than his own. Wadnes-da- y sell county is ahead in, and that Miss Grace, were here The drummers called on our ment of nature and literature, I have a sweet hope that in We gain a minute of daylight and Thursday. is pretty girls. There are not and the fact I have tried to be merchants one day last week. heaven above, my dear old grand- every day but the gas bills go on many pretty girls here that I on the right side of moral, religPellyton. pa is waiting for me. Never just the same. Mr. Tom Bryant of Sano, was have seen yet, and if you do, she ious, educational and civic ques- here last week on business. forsake us Lord daily we need Is there no way to save the is not like the Ohio pretty girl, Mrs. G. N. Huberts is on the Thee to guide our tender feet in tions: has its compensations Mrs. Margaret Williams was you don't have to get an exten- - sick list at this writing. birdmen from death excect b y I would rather have been Co- visiting her daughter at the Rusthe way. Help us to be brave sion ladder to take a peep at her Mr. J. M. Campbell, who is and true, so we will reach the clipping their wings? lumbus with the shackles of his sell Springs last week. face. traveling for fe Cumberland home above where, our grand-p- a If Hayti and San Domingo go enemies on his limbs, than to be Miss Emma Hardwick and sis- I have been a subscriber to the Grocery Co.. reports that he is g to war why not let them emulate politician who .some is. ter Mattie, were visiting Miss News for puite a while.' I en - having a fine trade. "We shall gather on the shore the Kilkenny cats? wins a transient victory and pop- Etwal Williams last Monday j0y reading it more than any When the cares of life are o'er Miss Belle, daughter of John ular applause; but whose future night. Some men give up as readily to other local paper I ever read. I Mings, is very sick with pneu- And tne tears shall fall no more " calls for execrution. masked bandits as they do t o "Asleep in Jesus, blessed sletp, Mr. Lawrence Bricken and don't see why any one should monia. Some people measure success j From which none ever wake to fake gold mine promoters. family, were ' visiting Mr G. B. get behind on their account, or weep." A little child of Mr. Thomas with the dollar, but that is not Williams last Saturday night and why they should refuse to pay But is shooting ducks from an Barnett is veay sick with pneu- "Dearest grand-p-a thou hast left ua. my only standard. Money is a Thy loss we deeply feel; Sunday. $1 for it. It is a good paper for aeroplane true sportsmaship? monia. nice thing to have, and I am glad i But it is God that has bereft us, ox cuinmuniWhy not give the ducks a Mrs. Sarah Abrel and daugh - !s riuunuiiiKiiew some people can acquire it hon- -' TomPowell DS was He can all our sorrow heal." ,. ,. . s , " Auu , -estly. But while we execrate ter Lizzie, and Mrs. Sophia, The funeral services were con- - chance? of myse.f for not payig for such visited Mr, Cnrne, ,a3t ducted by Rev. Tom Hadley, at May be some people prefer rag-. i iiiiwir-iiii a rt iiiii (jojji- - uukutiiuna lJJ lias followers who are worse' Thursday evening. moco Qom ouuj wQr Wwi- - - Mt. Pleasant church Sunday af- timo and organized cheerine- he-ua, ucmj ,,!..your debts. 1 enjoy reading .. m I i ,1 than he was. He had the good Mr. Frank Shepherd from Rusme remauib ... uuu cause it drowns tne otner Kind we niJ news from Ella, Longstreet and man made a business trip to lernoon. taste to cough up the price of in sell, was visiting J. B. Abrell to rest at the old home place. 0f music. Liberty one day last week. Russell Springs. neighbors nocent blood, and then go and last Tuesday night. I wish to thank our Uncle Williams an old Eldora George. those who indulge in organJu- hang himself. The modern their kindness If Lizzie Abrell visited Miss colored man, living near here had and friends for ized cheering do not enjoy it das gets all that can stick to his Emma Hardwick Wednesday. during his short illness. Absher. a stroke of paralysis last week. they think they do, which i s fingers and forms trusts. Then! There wiU be a singmg at the Nettie Aaron. Mr. B. F. Rich and Squire much the same. Holmes, the "damphools" go yelping at ,Goodin school house Saturday : Miss; Gertie Bault of o "d; ; fn .,::-pAAno morU o Imnmn Pnrtlanri 17 nnin uuci.1 a, o. 1VU.B. v,Wi, xuB a uu0iCB0 y vwiuiiB i Qrviile Wright says that avia- his heels, hoping he will divide ' njght. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. S. Thomas UMumoia last weeK. tions is safer than automobiling. the booty. But politicians sel-- J The Httle chUd of Mr. G. R Mrs. Nannie Mills was very' Not dead but only asleep in Undoubtedly so for the inno- -' domdieand never resign; and Winjams js very sick at this writ- - of Oklahoma, are visiting relasick several days last week. jeSus. On the 29th, day of Jan- - cent bystanders, tives at this place. the fool killer dies unwept, un- - ing. Mr- - Frank Neat, Garlin, was uary the angel of death visited Mr.- - Thos. McDermot, of near harrassed and wrung with the! pole here last Wednesday. !Tr;flQ ,n-- - . Wife Got TIP Top ftdvice. ooeQri v the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al- - If the r south - vrTill does not dying lament of Woolesy upon "" "t rxr l a ue-t- o uaa.aa ue "My wife wanted rae to take our boy ' joads of tobacco en route1' There are fewer hogs in this len Parsons and claimed for its reuew vmima h i uut his lips. Now you have my nohody is knocking at the to cure an ugly boil," the doctor country than has been for many own their most precious little cause I am not popular with writes D. Frankel, of Stroud, Okla , for Cane Valley, Annr "&-.years. SOn, Jennings, . lie was oorn preachers, teachers nor politi- "I said 'put Bucklen's Arnica Salve on Mr. W. P. Dillingham visited it.' She did so, and it cured the boil May 30th, 1909. Jennings was; An insane woman has won cians who are so narrow between in a short time." Quickest healer of his daughter, Mrs. Owen M EN and WOMEN, sell guaranteed son and his vacant. prjze for a magazine poem. That of Casey county,, last hose. 70 per cent, profit. Make $10 a kind little the eyes that they can look Burns, Scalds, Suts, Corns, Bruises, daily. Full or part time. Beginners place cannot beNfilled, as he was j throws light on a hitherto un- Swellings. Best Pile through the key hole of a door Sprains, Try it. Only 25c cure on Thursday and Friday. investigate. Wear Proof, 3038 Chestat Paull earth. their only child. May the bles- - answered question. with both eyes at the same time: Drug Co. Messrs. Johnie and Scott Mar- - nut St., Philadelphia, Pa. Ellensboro, N. C. ' , ; ! Dil-th- . Har-Hal- ' ; I j . t ' J ' - i -- ac-messa- ge j Hum-Jphres- j 4 j ' ! j i Gad-don- J j 1 J i j i j I i ... . , ' i Camp-bellsvil- le . ; al 1 I j , time-servin- I ' j u-- JlsSmUey, ! , "." ri j - ,, - j j i jjv-vj- u i w ic. ' . - - 1. I.I j I v. -- ! ; j ; I J , . I -- po-positi- on. le 7 ... k -- - Li . ' . .vr " ; Hen-dricks- on -- 14-1- 2 j 1HE ADAIR COUN'IY NEWS THE n "3UKJITM1M Fsafrc rSCC 9KiEffiffi eess !L2b: ?7 IS SS03 TCE3 vn Special Clearance Sale SIS Of LOUISVILLE (. TIMES FOR BRIGHTER, KS? s? Carpets and Rugs uuiiTOi) vatei noiiiiiiy IOT-LSVi 1911 BETTER, tri'y;: i&tm 5; M E V "" 'vj t5ac9 During the winter months make a visit to"our store a most profitable one. IRRESISTABLELOWj!PRICES must help us to clean up all Limited Lots, Discontinued Patterns and Remnants in a short spaceof time New Spring Goods are crowding in and . wejjneed Jthe room greatly. When in LOUISVILLE, do not fail to Investigate our offers SSI Kflfed BIGGER THAN EVER THEREGULAR PRICE OF Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, US' Centrally located. ! Incorporated Market St. bet. 5th, &r6th, St. THE LOUISVILLE TIME! v7M $ ESS KS 7S 4 IS $5.00 TO IK. A YEAR. IS 57il IF YOU WILL SEND TOUR" ORDER i Ubd t ANK 4- CORCORAN High-Grad- e Ynil TAN P.FT THE AnAlH TABlFklTV w & vkafeui Si"W1 i7J,4t5 r i Marble j wm mi Granite See IS before " Cemetery work of all kind.... jou buy NEWS AND 13P3 i m 1 t X2 Represented by C. G. JeferieS in this and adjoining counties igg T. BMi rT3s f THE LOIISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR i 'i6A ?isr. mi6s i Main Street, Lebanon, Ky- - zv w ?V 'RTS $&M&t&$&$& 4Hr EH 8E IWJffC: FOR ONLY $4.50. I THE LOUISVILLETIMES is i Wk the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. . ; oniu six More Weeks in wniGli to Make the FloM The Piano is Wortti Working For, But You Must Keep Busy to Win it - f.- - Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH GS adt Has the best corps of corresCovers the Kentucky field - ' pondents. per-- 1 I s2k SS Studebaker Birdseil fectly. Covers the general news field i I I. i i f completely. Has the best and fullest kets reports. mar- -' riilburn r A car load of Wagons Disc Harrows DEMOCRATIC in politics, but" fair to everybody. SEND c bSy Lc3 f v I YOUR SUBSCRIP, E Vote at the News Office and Russell Co's Store. RP2R3fWS n ri aEgfeyi Oliver Chilled Plows A car load of TION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPER A car load of ilR? rfij p i not to The ss SS SMuW yjtft ' MJ 3 mmiz 2 !BSS H Pifc) fe M3.ffV-- t-- t 5 ?ss iiixo. 'm5w Xlt2s vl 3i il Louisville Times. Messrs. Ralph and Tom Wag- - hawk; it was 4 feet 7 inches gener were visiting their sister, from tip to tip of his wings. A Pittsburg man is raising a . Mrs. Ellen Holladay the first of Mont Wilson killed a hog last family on $1,35 a day. Still we Farmers in our neighborhood ... . week ?iUllC WCCIY. 470 pounds. ' J Jbelieve that the tamiiy is entitle nave aone quite a goou aeai oi Misses Mattie and Opal Gar- - Who can beqt that? plowing. most for this. Joppa. 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 .... ... ; 1 1 -- -i that-weighe- d , ' , ti tha credit I j Spring trade. Constipation Cure Free nett visited their grandmother, Bill Browns wife, who has been . .n . r Ben Tupman, of Knifley, , .. TT. .. . vicuuua vjcuiiitJUL, ui Wiaitv confined to her room for several . . has hffn ouiLe sick for a week at mia. ' who has been quite sick tor sev-- ! weeks is no better at this writ-- 1 ! ' . .... j LIME, SALT, AND CEMENT A ' Henry Tupman. 'eraldays. I a"? With the first signs of constipa- you resort to the home methods bought a nice bunch of hogs in tion of relief, such as hot or c9ld water on th: commumtj last week arising, lots of stewed fruit with your breakfast, etc., but what do you do Miss Rose Conover, of Mont- -. when these fail? Tne majority then Start on Salts and, wpoI purgative waters, then change to cathar-- l roli'nr cnont u fmv rlavs tViic J "" tic puis, etc it you nave gone through Miss Nancy Willis. . Ml'n " j school he h '. a day since he started, -- ,ing Ralph Waggener Willis wears! Mont Wilson's wife has about the blue for close attendance at recovered from her illness, . d SPECIAL LINE. hs weeK place is having a good custom. looking after eggs and chickens. Corn is plentiful; the people are Mr- - George Grider and Mpnt having lots of it ground for bread The mill is in fine wmtea sPent Sunday of last and stock. grinding order, everybody gets week at Mont Wilsons, Miss Addie Willis is spending their grinding to take back. .Mrs. Nancy Burton, of McGa-Gecousin, a few days with her E. Burton, the merchant ha, spent a few days with her Miss Mollie Jeffries in Columbia. at this place is having a fine daugeter, Mrs. George Burton at Murrell Bros, are preparing to trade. He keeps a full line of this place. erect a large barn on their farm all kinds of goods, he took in The Wheat in this community children, women and old folks generally. Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased near this place. Mr. Alvin Young 200 dozen of eggs last week. is starting nicely since the weathto give you any medical advice you may desire for vourself or family pertaining to will soon put up a new dwelling. C. C. Gentry has1 his barn er is warmer. the jstomach, liver or bowels absolutely free of charge. Explain your case in a Willis visited rela- about completed. reply to you in detail. Mrs. Patsy letter and he will It is a good The farmers in this communiFor the free sample simply send your and address on a postal card or tives at Garlin and Absher, last one. name ty are plowing and sswing grass etherwise. For either request the doctor's address Is Dr. W. B. Caldwell, R.500 Cald- week. well building, MonUcelio, I1L Elmer Wilson caught a large seed. ut i can do away with medicines of all kinds. That it will do this Mr. G. Y. Dodson of Sanville. Va.. will gladly attest, and so, will Mrs. S. A. Hampton of Portage, O. j . To those who .. are still skeDtical there ... -- .. :, uiese asseruons Wltn-ois a. wo-- vu jjiuvc ii a penny of expense: Simply send your name and address to Dr. Caldwell and obtain a free sample bottle. After using it. jr you are men convincea it is the rem edy you need, buy a fifty cent or one' dollar bottle of your druggist and con- tinue to use it for a brief time until cured. The directions are simple and the dose is small. It is pleasant to the taste, ' does not gripe and is promptly effective, and these statements are guaranteed or! j money will be refunded. This remedy Is over a quarter of a cen- -' tury old and is personally taken byi more druggists than any other similar remedv on the American market. Becausn of its effectiveness, purity and pleasant taste It is the ideal laxative remedy for I Mr. Lewis Young has been fmf trv something nrarMcnl nrA csnciMo a remedy made and intended for the pur-- ! pose you are trying to accomplish. Such compelled to quit his work in a remedy, as thousands can testify. Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which is Columbia for awhile on account of guaranteed to be permanent in its re sults, its mgreaients are such that by a brief use of it the stomach and bowei1 his eyes. We hope he will soon be muscles are trained to again do their work normally, so that In the end you able to resume work, i these various stages you know they wero all useless, so far as permanent results go. Now you should try just once again. with r"" is said '" tnat it win take him VI months to f and much credit is due his teach get around. He is about 70 ers, Mrs. C. E. Young and Mrs. years old. G.'B. Yates. P. V. and Lee Grissom, travel-- 1 Gentry's Mill, Ing salesmen were at- - this place one day this week, hao nrlTronorl raniHNrin Vi?oVinr,c ,, """- j "" "" " v three six months terms. making ailofhis acquaintenances since Ralph Uia man John bmiley IS Visiting Will deliver any kind of Farm thedeathofhiswife.lt .,,.. Implements at any station on the L. & N. R. R. ! The Merchant Woodson Lewis Mail orders promply attended to Courier-Journ- al Greensburg, Ky. , rpr.nrn on Gabbell has JUSt from (rreen conntv. ' where has been teaching music. We hope he will sing often near- er nome. O. Prof R. W. A. Wilson is miller j j at this ' J' G' Preston and Iilfc Smiley j "y u, The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. Tortured for 15 Years. g stomach trouble that by a baffled doctors, and resisted all remedies he tried, John W. Modders, of cure-defyin- j o. j , Moddersville, Mich., seemed doomed. Only 50c at Paull Drug Co. That New York proposition to He had to sell his farm and give up neighbors said, "he can't add gong to automobile horn i S work. His live much longer." "Whatever I ate calculated to increase the jump-distressme," he wrote, "till I tried mg record on Broadway. ed Electric Bitters, which workta such wonders for me that I can tmw eat things I could not take for years. It's sure a grand remedy for stomach trouble." Just as good for the liver and Every bottle guaranteed. kidneys. - 0 It" 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Graiwllle. : c. ' Dunville. Sherriff Sale of Land for Taxes. last week visiting relatives at " ' this' place H. Neil spent .i't week Geo. On Monday March 6 1911, at the The rites of matrimony were Miss Zula Ford, who has been door in Columbia, Ky.. the in Louisville. solemnized between Miss Maggie visiting her uncle, John Sween same being the first day of a regular John. B. Coffey of Columbia, Reatherford and Mr. Ben Cof- ey for Some time returned home term of the Adair county court, I will offer to the highest bidder for cash in was in our midst last Friday. fey, last Thursday at tae resi- Sunday. hand the following described tracts ot Mr. J. W. Keltner has been on dence of Rev. Payne. Rev Payne 0. L. Ellis, who is attending land or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy officiated. the sic'c lit for :i few c'ays. school at Columbia visited home the tax and cost due for the year 1910 by the following named persons Mr. Willie Cole of Weed com- - folks from Friday to Sunday, Clem Keltier spent last MonWHITES IN DISTRICT NO 1. munity, passed through ourj Glen Taylor.( who has been R. C Bean 90 day in Colu nbia on business. acres joins G F. Pike, tax and cost for the Mrs. VV. V. Yates who has place lat Friday en route for visiting in old Kentucky for year 1910 $ 12 52 with a large lot of eral months has returned to the been sick for several months, is L. T. Hovious 2J acres joins thought to hi.1 improving- at this fure of different varities, where ' West, Sam Bottom, tax and cost he will offer same f,, sale 4 19 for the year 1910 .g having a liyely time. Jq We are very sorry to note that trade in the chicken and egg Thos. B. Hazard (N R ) 25 Dr. L. C. . K. Nell were acres joins Ben Hovious, transacting business in Columbia Mr. C. S. Bell one of our citizens business. tax and cost for the year 1010 2 00 who had the misfortune of get- last Thursday. Henry Harmon visited Lewis Heirs (N. R.) 150 acres Mr. Frank V heeler, one of our ting one of hi, l,gs broken some her joins Z. D. Sanders, tax . of Kate p. a.-- well at time age, is not doing best farmers ti& sewn about iLutteral's Creek a few nights J. W. and cost for the year 1910 5 32 Wood 35 acres joins Jo sixty acres in gras shu up to this time as was hoped for. ago. Woody, tax and cost for Right at this lime it is hard to. .. 3 78 the year 1910 the present this season. Mr and Mrs. Edwin Uundirr, rpsult will he tell what the COLORED IN DISTRICT NO 1. J. A. DiJdle bought last week ui vvnite Vjiuy visiteu ine latter s Mrs. Margrett Crow 50 acres Mr. J.. F. Pendleton one of ourj two nice voung cattle from J. A. parents Saturday and Sunday. joins Jo Bottom tax and bst stock dealers informed youri S. L. Dickinson, of Fonthill, cost for the year 1910 Keen for $25. 4 01 W J. Fitchpatrick (N. R ) 27 reporter last week that he was wqc "Mr. Elme Keen, ne of our viaiino" in rViic nnmniniiifu n acres joins W. H. Carney on the market at,tnis time for . prosperous bushes nen, will tax and cost for the year few days ago. c i i j .. 1910 2 02 a'iv K.IUU ui cattle lruiii a such.- engage in the mercantile busiMrs. Burgin, of Liberty has WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 2 ness about the 18th of March at ling calf up to an aged cow, and;' out the firm of Cundiff Oscar Bonta (N R) 2409 acres would pay the market price. bout this place. joins T. W. Montgomery, Bros rie will continue in busi- io LifzLz ic uu mi uui f laiuicia tax and cost for the year , ,! Miss Christine Nell, a daughtjg 30 12 o talk up hard times when vie neso at cue sauit: pmce. er of br. L. 0. Nell, will enter Mre- - N- - B Bryant 21 acres Mrs. Bell RubartS, of White' cm- fine such men as Mr Pendle school at Edmonton in a few ton that will buy any thing in City visited J. F. Pelley and wife 1 00 and cost for the year 1910 days. ' P- Conover (N R) 130 acres a few days ago the cow line and pay the market joins W. P. Jeffries, tax Mrs. Evert Cook who has been Most of the farmers are busy: price, and we must say here he 15 81 and cost for the year 1910 sick for several months is ver R F. Neat (N R) 100 acres good on sheen, hogs making white Oak spokes. is just as joins C. low at this time. tax . .1 and cost R. Willians, 1910 2 46 and mules. All you have to do j. a. LMCKinson visicea nis sis- for the year Rev. Pangburn filled his ap- is jusr. to call him up or bring ter, Mrs weir, of Webb's X S. G. Tarter 70 acres joins S. S. Williams, tax and cost pointment here last Sunday your stock a long and get the Roads last Saturday and Sunday. 6 18 for the year 1910 morning with a very interesting ca-- h D. M. Ross moved from Spur WHITES IN JISTRICT NO 3. discourse. lington to this place. He will Laura Ar.tle (N R) 13 :ces Joppa. joins J. C. Bradshaw tax Mr. Clem Keltner bought last begin work on his lead mine as 2 46 and cost f 01 the yeaa 1910 week a very fine Jersey milch soon as he can get in the ma- Lemuel Coomer 95 acres joins On account of the hard rains cow from J. B. Barbee, of CoOscar Graves, tax and chinery. cost for the year 1910 4 84 for the past few days farmers lumbia, for$6p. Miss Bertha Loy visited Miss Ghas. Collins 30 acres joins Roy Wes Parson made a trip to Ed- have not been very busy plow- Bonnie Bennet, tax and cost for Neil last Saturday and ing. 3 11 the year 1910 monton last Monday and traded Sunday. im Gibson 29 acres joins D. C. Miss Fannie Holladay left for for a high grade horse, one that Humes, tax and cost for Messrs, .Virgie Rubarts, Jas. 4 38 the year 1910 our otuck men should be inter: Florida last Tuesday, where Pelley and Claudy Dickinson Mrs. Rosa Hadley 15 acres joins ested in. Come and see him, he will spend several weeks visitinu H. Melson tax and cost were visiting in Russell county is for sale. relatives 1 6G for the 1910 last Sunday. Mrs, M. J. Montgomery 100 Miss Addie Willis is spending Miss Mildred Waluer spent acres joins M. F. Montseveral days in Columbia last a few days in Columbia, with her gomery, tax and cost fcr PicKett. 6 27 the year 1910 aunt, Mrs. W. F. .Jeffries and week visiting relatives. Thos. Pulliam 1532 acres joins Mr. James Q. Diddle, left foi daughter, who have been sick Henry Bardin, tax and cost for the year 1910 Rev. G W. Pangburn filled his days. Louisville last Saturday where f r several credit"by $85 00 88 78 Miss May Upton, a pupil of regular appointment at Pickett's S. E. Yates (N R) 182 acrps he will remain a few days. joins Rohtl Johnson, tax Mrs. Kate Montgomery who the L. W. T. S. visited her par- Chapel last Sunday and preached and cost for the year 1010 25 35 a fine sermon. has been visiting her parents Mr ents from Friday until Monday. WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 4. Taylor Pickett, of Farming-dalMiss Mattie Young entered and Mrs. J. D. Walker, .at this Ed Coomer 50 acres joins Jesse 111., who was out here, on Breeding, tax and cost place for several weeks, return- the L. W. T. S. Monday. 3 79 for the year 1910 ed to her home at Columbia last Lewis Young, who has been at business left for his. home one Wm Coomer Jr., 35 acres joins Sunday. C. Stotts, tax and cost home several days, suffering day this week. 3 79 for the year 1910 G. W. Dudley bought one mule Uncle Thos. Grady, one of our with his eyes has taken charge 100 acres joins L. J.T.Compton from A. W. Tarter. Price unof his work again. oldest citizens, has in his R. Bardin, tax and cost 4 84 for the year 1910 known. a pocket knife that he Miss Rosa Conover, of Mont-peliLoucilla Gowan 120 acres joins Mr. Omer Ford bought one has been carrying for fifty years. visited Miss Nancy Willis J. O. Moore, tax and cost 3 41 for the year 1910 mare from Ottie Franklin for Who can beat this. The knife last week. .lack Napier 25 acres joins R O. is fine metal and has been well Misses Sallie and Effie Cono-- ! about $75" Keltner, tax and cost for preserved. 3 33 the year 1910 Burr Gilpin, a groceryman was ver visited relatives at Montpe- Marshal Roach 72 acres joins nere one ay tns week to see Our town will be the recipient Her last week. Tom Cole, tax and cost merchants-ter- , 3 78 dwellings in tie for the year 1910 of three new Mrst Fannie Willis and daugh-lou- r G A. Shirley 10 acres joins D. near future. Preparations now Nancy visited at Mrs. Eliza-- , Johnnie Rodgers sold his G Taylor, tax and cost being made and the work will be- ' Dacco to Bob Mitchell a few days 3 16 for the year 1910 Murrell's Tuesday. ' Mrs. M. C. Walker 75 acres gin in a short time. Mrs. Ellen Holladay and a f or 8 and 10 cents' joins J no. Thurman, tax w- - c- - and Aaron Rodgers was Miss Arlene Ritchie of Burks-vill- daughters, Miss Bessie and Mrs. I 99 and cost for the year 1910 Asil Wilcox 10 acres joins D.G. spent a few days visiting G. B. Yates visited at James in Greensburg one day this week Taylor, tax and cost for on business. Miss Mildred Walker of our city. Holladay's Tuesday. 3 13 the year 1910 Harriett Yarberry 100 acres We are glad to note that Miss BenTupman, who is sick at, Mr. A. W. Tarter is having his ' joins L M. Janes, tax Sallie DiJdle who has been con- his brother's, Henry Tupman is hickory timber made into spokes 4 74 and cost for the yearl9l0 fined to her room for several reported worse at this writing. and delivering them here. COLNRED IN DISTRICT NO 4. week13 with lagrippe, has about Jennings, the little child of Al-a- losh Taylor 50 acres joins Geo. Charlie and Walter Murrell Parson, tax and cost for recovered. preparing to erect a large len Parsons died Feb. 5th, was 3 33 the year 1910 Mr. Lewis Cabbell, the n buried at the' Orr graveyard ; Mrs. H, A. Travis 14 acres barn. joins R. G, Wilson, tax insurance man, of Miami, Several from this place attend- - funeral by Br0- - Pangurn. and cost for the year 1910 I 99 spent a few days in our com- pA thp mnfrirur nr. PipnnT1f Hill & Howard moved their Pickett WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 5. munity last week looking after Sunday afternoon by Jno R. Coffey 40 acres joins Prof. R. O. stock of goods which they bought Lony Dudley, tax and cost insurance and as usual done some Cabbell. ' f rom W. C. Yates, of Portland a 6 35 for the year 1910 business. 25 acres few days ago. Mrs. Delila Coomer Mrs. Patsy Willis, who has joins Clem Coomer, tax v Mr. Strong Hill made a deal been visiting relatives at Garlin The wheat croP through here 1 99 and cost for the year 1910 is looking lots better now. last week that put him in T. W. Shirley 75 acres joins' S. has returned" home. S. Wilson, tax and cost another farm We did to so much hauling Bob Willis, of color is much' Owing - 5 33 for the year 1910 not learn the consideration. The better at this writing. through here the roads are in a WHITES IN DISTRICT 'N 6, purchased is the farm f?rm E. W. Bryant lacre joins Sell bad shape. wliere Ed Baker lives, known as Burton, tax and cost for' 1 wiHu grind, corn at my mill every The spok6 machinery has ar2 99 the year 1910 Saturday. I will also sell shingles,and the George Coomer farm. C. Harmon 48 acres joins Jno. have plenty now for the market, either rived and will be ready to go to fl. Foster, tax and cost for Mrs. Sallie McCandless of Ed- oak or chestnut. 4 68 the year 1910 work in a few days. 12 3m E. A. McKinley. R. W. Morrison 128 acres joins monton, spent several days of court-hous- e " to-wi- xx X44XX44X have taken charge of PHELPS BROS. HOTEL and will endeavor to run same 1 to the satisfaction of old and new custo- t: t sev-Greensb- urr j - ( w - Livery and Feed stable in connection with the HOTEL. Special pains taken in the care and feeding of stock. I will also continue in the Implement and Hardware Business and carry a mers. good line of Field seeds. J. H. Phelps. , i ... i ' Watson (heirs,) tax and cost for the year iftlO M. E. Pike (N R) 16 ecres joins Eugene Pike, tax and cost for the year 1910 G. P. COLORED $$$&&$ $$$ 4 06 IN DISTRICT NO 6 i ! , I ! p. - u-- tr - Mary L. Johnson (N R) J acre joins F. P. Rice, tax ard cost for the year 1910 Anderson Massie 1J acres joins Tom Murrell, tax and cost .3 for the year 1910 Jno I. Smith 74 acres join June Giove. tax and cost Wednesday but we rarely get it Itil! Thursday and more often Friday. Why is this the case 341 when it reaches other places on time with more changes to make ' than getting here? Gresham. 10 for the year 1910 7 44 WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 7. Wheat is looking very good, and some plant beds are being burned. Mr. Burns, of Springfield, and E. A. Cox were in our midst this week buying tobacco. They purchased D. R. Gaines' crop I - J. I. Curry 50 acres joins Frank Burton, tax and cost for the year 1910 . 6 IS 7. I COLORED IN DISTTICT 20 ..... I ' Sallie Banker I acre joins Jo Johnson, tax and cost for thp year 1910 Jno. M Grady 3 acres joins Geo. Smith, Tax and cost for I 70 for 18 cents. 4 19 the year 1910 Jo Johnson I acre joins Martha Wade, tax and cost for the year 1910 T. H Murray (heirs) 3 78 acres joins J. P. Hutchinson, tax and cost for the year SO 1910 II 04 .1 Mary Winfrey acre joins J. T. Page, Tax and cost for the year 1910 Ed Waggener 3 acres joins Frank McClure, tax and cost for the year 19 10 WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 7 A Miss Zilpah Brown, of Thur-lois visiting her aunt, Mrs. Lethia Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kelly, of Cane Nalley, were visiting at S. M. Wilson's Saturday and Sunday. w, 3 41 3 78 he Bram Scott I lot in Columbia, tax and cost for A year 1910 Sam Shreve I town lot in Columbia, tax and cost fur W I 84 the year 1910 5 74 A. D. Pattescn, S. A. C e, po-sessi- on er and father Miss Pearl Bridgwater has reThe warm rainy weather continues and but little farm work turned home after a two weeks going on, but wheat has im- visit in Greensburg. proved very much the last two We were glad to hear from weeks. our friend, . L. M. W i 1 m o r e, There is a new girl at A. M. through the News. Wilson's, the 3hird in succession. Mrs. Nonie Rucker will close He says he will trade it to a boy. her school at Hardup this week. A new boy at Marsh McGowen's; The district is small, yet she has the vital statistic report is some taught a very successful school. job in this vicinity. We tender her our thanks for to-da- y. Irvins Store. Fulton Cox, of the L. W. T. S. spent Friday night and Saturday with his parents. Thadeous and Saunders Wilson, of Greensburg, spent Saturday night at their grand father's, W. D. Bridgewater. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Hatcher and little son, of Whitewood, visited Mrs. Hatcher's mother to-be- th e, ' ' re well-know- . ' Rosa, the little daughter of past service, and sincere wishes Marvin Rexroat died Saturday of for future success. whoopng congh. This part of Gresham precinct ' Mrs. Mary Butcher is very is somewhat distressed because sick with measles but is some there will be no more daily mails here, as our efficient post master better than a few days ago. W. H. Hopper handles the has tendered his resignation, and yard stick like an old hand for Moody, Ky., is now extinct. J. D. Hammond while the latter' Mrs. A. N. Bridgewater being is confined with measles. Bill is 47 years old was joyously good at snything mostbut grub- - surprised by relatives, friends 'and neighbors. There were 91 bing. A. W. Gad berry and wife, of who partook of the dinner, and Decatur, visited the latter's there was quite enough left to finished feeding the 100. brother. Dr. Hammond Satur-hav- e Surprise dinners are common, day and Sunday. Thomas Combest, sawyer for yet heartily enjoyed by all. Spottsvood & Son had his hand D. E. Gains and S. E. Bridgbadly crushed by some part of water finished gathering corn , j to-da- y, j j i ; po-sessio- nf , s . , than $10,000, yet something near $4,000 has been estimated as enough to finish up the Adair county. So lets be up and doing, put a shoulder to the wheel, and rblhout of the 'mud in the V -? es. ?. The 'News should reach us year 1911. la-dies. the machinery yesterday. The wedding predicted in our last letter took place on schedule The contracting parties time. were, Mr. Sherman Chilton, of Phil and Miss Gertrude Hopper. The groom is spoken well of and we know that the bride is one of our brightest and best young They have our best wish- lastweek. Mud is now getting pretty deep, and already the turnpike company has spent a Itttle more -- l . J. v . - ," ,i fc.y M I-- '.. s -