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The Adair County news: February 22, 1911 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1911 ada1911022201_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: February 22, 1911 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOLUMF XIV Will Go lie Post-master iftaif COLUMBIA, ur It Iff mm WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY ghfaL 22. 1911. ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NUMBER 16 to Florida. Death Of An Old Citizen. Mr. Milton Powell, who was one of s, Adair county's died at his late home, near Joppa, last Wednesday night. He was about eighty-foyears old and had been a consistent member of the Christian Church for many years. There was no better citizen nor no better neighbor. He lost his eyesight several years ago and since that misfortune he was seldom seen aw'ay from home. He will be greatly missed from the community where he so long resided. The funeral services were conducted by Eld. Z. T. Williams, many friends and relations being present. best-citizen- Mr. S. F. White, who has been the very efficient Deputy of this place for several years, tendered his resignation last week, and will, in a few days leave for Bradentown, Fla , having accepted a position on The Manitee River Journal. Mr. White is THE PIANO CONTEST. MANAGED BY ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND RUSSELL & CO. How the Candidates Stand Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, KENTUCKY. Geo. J. Hurt, Plaintiff, ) E. A. McKinley &c, J By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the May Term, thereof, 1910, in the above cause, for the sum of eight hundred sixty-thre- e 100 doland 47 lars with the interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum from the 19 day of May 1910, until paid, and $62.40 costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door in Columbia Ky. to the highest bidder, at Public Action, on Monday the 6 day of March 1911, at 1 o'clock p. m., or therabout (being County Court) upon a credit six months the following described property towit: Two certain tracts of land lying on the waters of Sulphur Fork Creek. 1st tract containing 6Si acres and the 2nd tract 78 acres and for full description reference is made to the Judgment orders and pleadings in above styled action. For the purchase price, the purchaser with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal in terest from day of sale until paid, and having tho force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Com. A. C.C. For Sale. I offer my home, located on Bomer Heights, Columbia, Ky., for sale. It is a eight room dwelling comparatively new. Good well, good, blacksmith shop and a good cellar. Will sell at a bargain. Marion Antle. two-story, Io-2- newspaper man, perfectly familiar with all the departments, and is especially adapted to gathering and writing news. It will be his business to assist Mr. J. H. Humphress, who is the editor of the paper, and there is not a doubt but he will fill the position in a perfectly satisfactory manner. He will leave his old home town with the best wishes of everybody in Columbia; and those who have known him best take pleasure in commending him to the people of Bradentown as a gentleman worthy of their esteem and confidence. Mr. White's wife and little son will not take their departure for several weeks, and their going will be a source of much regret Mr. J. H. Judd, a gentlemen who is well qualified, has assumed the duties of the position vacated by Mr. White here, though the latter will assist a few days at the post office before leaving for Florida. Mr. Leslie Chapman, an experienced t at the End of Thirteenth Week's Voting. COUNTERS, At a meeting of the City Council last Thursday night, Mr. Geo. Coffey was elected Supervisor of the streets of Columbia at a salary of forty dollars per month. Mr. Coffey entered upon his duties of the position Wednesday morning. Mr. Julius Stapp is now a salesman in Mr. W. L Walker's store. He is a young m?n with good habits and i3 quite courteous. He invites his friends to call and see him All classes of business were dull in Columbia last week, oweing to the fact that farmers were burning plant beds breaking corn ground and doing other necessary farm work. Card Of Thanks. J. W. FLOWERS, BRUCE MONTGOMERY AND ROBERT REED. Mr. W. A. Hindman, sons and daught- er desire to extend their grateful thanks to the many who so tenderly watched over and administered unto wife and mother during her illness which terminated in death. Friends in such a distressing trial are very helpful, and consoling words comforting to bleeding hearts. Those who administered to our beloved dead will never be forgot- ten. County Medical Society will meet in Columbia, on Friday the 10th day of March 1911 (Second Friday) at 10 o'clock. We hope to make this a memorial occasion in honor of Dr. W. T. Grissom lately deceased We want every member who knew the doctor to write a short sketch of his life, as he understood it, so that we can put these sketches together, and have a fitting memorial meeting. Dr. Grissom was a member of our society since its organization, and was always an active worker. U. L. Taylor, Program Com. The Adair W. L. Brockman. Assignee. 4t. pany Mr S. F. White to Florida and Nearly every farmer had the plows will seek a position in the Sunny at work la3t week, and up to date more South He is a very excellent young than an average acreage has been preman and has been a faithful helper at pared for corn and other crops. Some the store of Russell & Co., and his serof the most active farmers are ready vices will be greatly missed. He is atfor corn planting. tentive to business, filling his position here in a very acceptable manner. He Mr. Charles Harrison, who was about is worthy of confidence, and we predict sixty-fiv- e years old. died near old Neats-vill- e that he will experience no difficulty in Saturday before last. He was securing a position away from Mr G. M. Stevenson and family, who a victim of pneumonia. home. He will carry the best wishes left here three months ago for Southern of his many friends in Columbia. Texas, will return to Ad lir county this Mr. T. J. Epperson, of Montpelier and week They reached Campbell sville one of our best farmers, reports that he Convnissioner's Sale. last week. Mr. Stephenson's son came has nineteen lambs up to date and all over Thursday. The News asked him are doing nicdy. if his father found any country he liked t ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, better than Adair county. "No indeed, For Rent. ' KENTUCKY. and he is back in this country to stay." Mr Stephenson and family are fine ) John B. Cave, Plaintiff, people and we would be glad to have Thomas B Grant admr. &c, J I have an eight room dwelfeg n an By virture of a Judgment and Order them locate near Columbia, and we beacre lot in Columbia for reofc. of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered lieve they will if a suitable farm can be 'jr. G. Raanr. 2t, at the January Term, thereof, 1911, in bought. By virtue of execution No. IS56 which The Boys Corn Contest for this counthe above cause, for the sum of $290,00 The subscription price of the Daily Miss Verna Hart has accepted a poBob Pennycuff not only distinguished Couiier-Journaissued from the office of the Clerk of ty is gaining in interest as the days go sition as compositor in due John B. Cave and $40 00 due Salhe the greatest newspathe Nws Office Premiums amounting to one hun- and is now learning the D. White, with the interest at the rate himself as a soldier in the Philipines, per in the South, is 6 per year or $4 the Adair Circuit Court, on the 21st, by art of typeof par cent, per annum from th 21 his patriotism being now discussed over for eight months We can send you the day of January I9II for the sum of dred and fifty dollars will be offered setting day of January 1911, until paid, and the county by men who will choose the Courier-Journfor eight months and (300.0l) Three Hundred Dollars with and new methods will soon be on hands next R p esentative in the Kentucky the News for one year both for $2 50 interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent as outlined and directed by the State $115. 15 costs herein, and for the purpose Get it into yoar mind tkat yoa will Already about call on the News the next time you are of distributing the proceeds of said Legislature, but his skill with the brush This is $1 50 less than you would have pei nm,m Irm we ibth, day of Janu-- ' Board ot Agriculture. lands among the heirs of Wm D Cave is very much in evidence. He has just to pay for the Courier-Journalone. ary l907 until P.aid and the further sum fifty boys have entered the contest and in town and come prepared to help ue finishtd varnishing the hardwood floors If'you only want the deceased, 1 shall proceed to offer for C.J. for four ' ?f (?n-05- ) Ten fe 05 100 Dollars Cost we hope others wilt send in their nnmes. out of troubW. and stairway at Marvin Young's resi- months with the News for one year you ln favor oC Jno- - M Turner against W. age and addivss. Don't put it off but sale at th Court-hous- e door in Columbia Ky., to the highest bidder, at Pub dence, his work receiving much praise can get them both for $1.75. This li' Yates- - Th execution is crttfited by act at once. Send your application to If all the people were jtmt like me Paid Auff"st fSth, 1910, 1 will on Judge Moss,' Columbia. what kind of a world wouJd this wodll lie Auction, on Monday the 6 day of from all those who have called to see it. offer is for a very limited time, and,550-0be? The above a quotation aad apMarch lull at I o'clock p m., or thee should be accepted" at r nee. If you are Monday the 6th, day of March at the uourc "ouse Uo- plies to every person. What think yeu? about (being County Court) upon a The beautiful Spring days of last already a suosenber to the News renew in Columbia, Iy.. For Real. credit of six morths the following des week, the warble of the field songsters, at once. If you are not a subscriber the same being the first day of a regu-noMBN and WOMEN, wll guaranteed cribed propertv. to wit: A certain th cooing of the dove, the bursting is the time to subscribe and tret lar term of tne Adair County Court, at A cottage in Columbia. It contains hose. 70 per cent, profit. clock P- - m- - or theieabout offer for tract of land situated in Adair county buds of early trees and plants, togeth- the great Courier-JournMake $10 J with it. eight, rooms. Ky., on the waters of Butlers Creek a er with the merry hum of outdoor work daily. Full or part time. Beginners This proocsition is only extended to sale to the highest bidder upon a credit 16 It Mrs. E L Feese, tributary to Green River, bounded on have all passed to be followed by freez- parties living outside of the corporate of three months the fol'owing tracts investigate. Wear Proof, 3038C)MMt-14-1- 2 the north of the lands of Wm Beard, ing weather and probably disasterous limits of Columbia Tne C. J. does of land or a sufficiency thereof to satisnut Sr., Phi'&dfclphift, Pa. Mr. J. O Russell will remoddle his on the east by the lands of D P. Rice, results to the fruit crop. Many fruit this in order to protect the local agent fy said execution interest and cost as the property of W. B Yates and bound- residence this coming spring. The roof on the south by the lands of Alfred trees opened up their blossoms and the 5,009 wtts in Piano contest for will be changed, additions Hendrickson and Rebecca Squires, on Crimson Rambler t ok on its full It is a strange thing that good farm- - ed on the North by tne lands Of F. A. when completed will have built, and each dollar spent in our novelty Jewelthe appearthe west by the lands of S. L Banks. foliage but to day there are chilly buds ers, progressive men in their line of ' Lewis on tne South by the lands of on the East by the lands of ance of an entire new building. Mr. ry Department. For full description reference is made and frozen leaves. work will not manifest more real deWood Judd has the contract. Co. Russell to the Judgment orders and pleadings sire for substantial roads. It is like- Andrew Turner, on the West by the in this action. The said lands being the lands of Nelson Kiner and containing Flowers Bros., of Bliss, who are pro- wise strange that business men merch . .Wade & Burdette, of Marion county, teed Oats. same owned and resided upon by Wm ducers of fine Berkshire hogs, informs ants and others, who depend largely on too acres. Also a certain tract or par- bought 7 head of mules in this county, B. Cave, at the time of his death us that they now have eight orders for the country for the prosperity of their V. ? land ,ying near FairPlay Ky.,and For the purchase price, the purchaser hogs which they can not fill. The de- business are also indifferent about good JoininS the land of H- - C. Baker, and We have the Burt Oat, ninety day last week. They paid $130 to $200 per with approved surety or securities, mand is far in excess of the production roads, but in thissactfon strange thine bounded on the North by the lands of kind, at Seventy-fiv- e cents per bushel. head. must execute Bond, bearing legal inter- in this part of the country and if other happen. The worth, the far reaching Jo G. Turner, on the South by the Also the Boon county White seed est from day of sale until pail, and farmers would help out in producing influence of substantial roads can hard-- , Idnas OI A ' reen, on the hast by at $1.00. Limited quality each, corn I have for sale at inviting prices a of first having the fooce and effect of a Judg pure breed swine it would be agreat ad- ly be estimated, and yet, call after call the !ands of Carter heirs on the West surry and harness, an organ and some come first served. Flowers Bros., ment . .bidders will be prepared toi vantage to this section and highly has been made to awaken a general in- -, by tne lands of H. C. Baker, and farming implements. I6-Bliss, Ky. I5-comply promptly with these terms. profitable to themselves. tainin& 94 acres. Bond with asproved Frank Jackman. but without effect. This country W. A. Coffey Master Com. A. C. C secur ty and bearing interest from date Goff Bros., Liverymen of this town, . Some time ago the City Council of is able to build from one hundred to one ...l:i " j w,u ioe :n An old Hickory wagon will be sold at repuireui ot the pur- - attended the horse Sale last Friday, at hundred and fifty miles of solid road uut" Barbourville, passed an ordinance propublic outcry on the square the first chaser. This February 9th 1911. Lebanon, and bought two good driving The Meeting at Baptist Church. hibiting the smoking of cigarettes. A and pay for every mile without em " A. D. Patteson S. A. horses, which are in their stable for Monday in March. " man was arrested and fined for violat- - - . . .. , .. . . use. This purchase gives them twenty-tThe attention of our readers is called The series of meetings which were-- ingsaid ordinance. He brought suit' fitted . the value and use of the roads, The importance of a bridge over hree head for their business. for $5,000 against the town for false ar- , to the new advertisement of Wood u commenced at the Baptist church eight ...u, c Green river at, or near, Neatsville, days ago, will continue over next Sun-- : rest. The case went to th Court of per cent twenty-fiv- e From wnat we can hear there will Lewis, Greensburg. year bonds at a has long been "seenxby the many familar Appeals and that Court sustained the day. Rev. Butler, Arvin, of Camp premium and still we mope along under with that section, and while not yet as- not be so much tobacco in Adair county Please settle your accounts at once bellsvi'le, who is ansisting the pastor, action of the council. present discouraging and disastrous con sured that the Fiscal Court will as one year ago. The trouble is in is preaching convincing sermons, but have a bridge built this year, yet from present prices and a dark future. There for the year 1910. You can see me on ( ditions. f he total the effort being made to suppliment will be more "hog and hominy" and less the Columbia square every Monday. the unconverted are slow to act. From Adair county valuation of oronertv in ' for the year 1910, as taken the start the attendance has been good, the cost by a strong free-wioffering chewing and smoking material. from the Assessors book is $3,444.321. John B. Grant. Judge E. B Beard, of Shelby ville, in cash indicates that it will be especially at the evening services. built. i he valuation of property subject to candidate for Railroad Commissioner We are not informed as to the amount Each night the church has been filled to Tortured for 15 Years. Judge W. W. Jones, receiver of the , taxes is $2,898,557. An increase of for the second district, spent a part of capacity and the closest attention pledged but when the ccurt meets in by a its stomach trouble that Cane Valley defunct. bank, made a secpaid the speaker. AH de- - ,$80,000 over the year 1909. The valua-- i last Saturday and Sunday mixing with April the people of that section will be has be-tion of property in the town of Colum the people of this section and the many baffled doctors, and resisted all reme- ond distribution to depositors of 22 per on hand with a proposition that will nominations in town are bia, subject to taxation, is $525,346. Democrats who met him are favorably doubtless bring the bridge so long need- dies he- - tried, John W. Modders, of cent last week. and we predict that much good will be impressed. Judge Beard is a lawyer of ed. accomplished The choir is rendering Moddersville, Mich., seemed doomed. Mr. J. a' Shaw and his son. Harlan, A good Jersey cow; fresh the 26th, merit, well experienced in business afinspiring music, and the special solo3 who had the ctrmt.rap.t tn fmilrl He had to sell his farm and give up of March, for sale. A few weeks ago the editor of this andduets, by Mr. Arvin and the pastor 'Young's residence, have turned over fairs, and should he be the choice of Ed Barbee. his party, would unquestionably make paper received a box of fine chewing work. His neighbors said, "he can't are highly appreciated. the keys. It is a very neat job of a winning race and a most competent live much longer." "Whatever I ate work, the inside especially attractive, official. Judge Beard and Mr. James tobacco, the gift of friends from the south side of Old Virginia. It was distressed me," he wrote, "till I tried Wife Got TIP Top Advice. I ' Beginning March 1st we will dfve I 000 ?nd SOme artistic Painting and varnish. Garnett, of this town spent many days shown to several of our townsmen and . "My wife wanted rae to take our boy 6 ;together in school .and his visit here likewise to some ftw of our best far Electric Bitters, which worked such votes in Piano Contest, with each dollar wonders for me that I can now eat to the doctor to euro an ugly boil," was therefore more enjoyable mers who pronounced it the most tempt- things I could not take for years. It's writes D. Frankel, of Stroud, ' Okla.," paid on Accounts or Notes made prior Miss Julia Eubank, who is the milli- iag specimen tney naa ever seen. Ful- sure a grand remedyfor stomach trou- "I saic 'put Bucklen's Arnica Salve on X. ts March 1st, 1911. The contest closes ner lor LlL f oi fli..ti aiapies acuits, will De in ly one half of it was given to those who For Sale. ble." Just as good for the liver and it.' She did so, and it cured the boil enjoy the weed and without a single ex- kidneys. 7 p. m., April the 1st, and this will Louisville for the next three weeks. at E)very bottle guaranteed. in a short time." Quickest healer of ! During her stay she will familiarize h s:1,t; ception Its flavor met with high complibe the last liberal offer of votes on AOnly 50c at'Paull D.rug Co. Burns. Scalds,. Suts, Corns, Bruises H' herself with all the latest designs in OneT grist-'mil..crusher, hay'pressf ments. A fewseed has been received ccents. Best Pile cure on Sprains, Swellings. millinery. .The firm'will be ready with boiler and engine. and some of our best tobacco growers Voting in the contest should be lively earth. Try it. Only 25c at Paul! tt-- lt Russell & Co: an early spring stock-wi'l test its merits in this section. W. H. Cundfff? from now until the first of April . f Drug Co. ..- a salesman in Russell & (Vs. store for the past eighteen months, will accom- who has been Ballots cast in Piano contest to Monday night, 7 p.m., Feb. 20, 1911. Nellie Follis, Columbia 884 425 Rose Hunn, Columbia 615 350 Mrs. J. C. Browning, Milltown 538 525 .' 478 300 Ethel Moore, Purdy 441 275 Julia Price, Bliss ' 366 050 Madge Rosenfield, Columbia . Mrs C. M. Russell, Columbia 305 600 Bell Butler, Columbia 266 225 Rosa Bell, Nell 240 100 Ada Feese, Cane Valley 217 050 Alva Knight, Jamestown 210 550 Nora Bradshaw, Montpelier 166 500 Fannie Sandusky, Glensfork 168 375 165 000 Ella Conover, Columbia Again we call attention to the fact Lucile Winfrey, Columbia 164 000 Mary Squires, Columbia 159 200 that the pay in advance system will be '. 150 800 reached June the 1st. We do not want Louise Grissom, Columbia .' 136 100 to lose a single subscriber who Will pay Lutiie Barger, J oppa Ina Hulse, Columbia 126 100 for the paper, and have therefore given 1 Nellie Waggener, Columbia 123 325 to the above date to pay arrearage, ; Nancy Willis, Columbia 122 300 and to make an advance extending . Estelle Bennett, Purdy 121450 paid time. We will mail out state . Rosa May Conover, Montpelier 118 500 ments at an early day, but prefer all Allie Garnett, Columbia 109 300 who can to call at the office and adjust '. Creel Nell, Grady ville 107 200 their accounts to meet the change to Lee Vista Royse, Columbia 106 150 be made in June . Hulda McFarland, Rowena 99 800 Mary Miller, Columbia 99 500 More Votes in Piano Contest. .r Helen Upton, Glensfork .. 86 900 . . .v. . Bettie Loy, Fairplay 89 000 Mallie Moss, Columbia . 75 400 We will give 50,000 votes with each '..". .s..r Zella Fields, Breeding 67 300 Sewing Machine sold at any price. We Mattie Gibson, Breeding, 61 500 12.50, $16.00, 13.00, 55 200 havethsmat Valeria Turner, Glenville $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00, the best m3ke on the market. Execution Sale. A Splendid Opportunity. Russell &Co -- Notice. I have this day filed my application, in the Adair county Court to be discharged, as the assignee of D. B. White & Son, this January 26th, 1911. l, al al ' J w ! al , t I . con-tere- 3t 2t 2t -- v-- ... ... ! I '.,,, ll 1 cure-defyi- ng J M-yv- I l, . . i 1 ' t'. 1 '1 V . , "' M 1 ' !: !f r . v f i i -. THE: ADAIR COUNTY NEWS A ;?"? I ?' Vf j T Dallas, Tex. Enclosed please find one dol lar for which please continue to send me your valuable paper, I cannot get along without it for through its columns I hear of the dear old Kentucky people. All Kentuckians here are well, successful and seem to be happy. The drouth here continues. Two months ago water was cut off from resident part of city. The city is supplied with water from wagons. We get enough water but it mav not be as pure as it should be. It is very warm here and have had no fire for three weeks. urass is getting green, the . . . J ! Saxton origin. Meredith is Celtic the Roar-- ; ing of the Sea. Moses a Hebrew name means Drawn Out. Agness is of German origin the Chase One. Eugenia and Eugenie 2a r e Greek Well Born.. ' Bear This in Mind. Scolding Dress. puuiuiuuuiuimiuiuuuuiimuuiuuuiuumitiuuiuiii'i ' Constantine is Latin signifying the Resolute. Roxana is a Persian name the Day Dawn. , Huldah from ' the means Weasel. j Hebrew We j Took Mean Advantage, . Every newspaper in the coun Closet Sale. erent immigrants carry their' try should use every effort to money. We offer $4 000 00 Worth of New Clean Shoes at push through the Canadian T Most English immigrants car-- 1 agreement, especially 20 per cent off Lo vest Cash Prices the free -- 3 ry their coin in a small case at-- 1 entry of wood pulp We have a few Thousand Pounds of the BEST and white jirs tached to a chain, which they paper. Free duty on PATENT FLOUR any Mill Ever Made that we these keep in a pocket as they would a products would enable the pub- will sell at 70c. 24 lb bag, or $5 50 the Barrel watch. Ushers of the country to continue HoglessLard 50 lbs $5 00 Irishmen always have a little to give to the reading public the ' Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs $6 25 in which notes and coin best of newspapers at the pres canvas We are offering Dry Goods at Remarkably are crammed together. Irish ent low price. The paper man Low Prices. girls, on the other hand, gener- ufacturers of the country have ally have their money sewed on been gradually advancing the We will Discount the lowest Cash Prices 10 per cent on the following lines. the inside of their dresses. price of the white paper, and Manure Spreaders, Mowing Machines, Cultivators, Walking Germans carry their money in talk of still higher advances. and Riding Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Plows, Disc Harrows, a belt around their waists, the This would force the publishers Clod Crushers and Pulverizers, Buggies and Surreys. belt is usually an elaborate and to increase the price of news-p- a costly affair, no matter how poor pers, thus compelling the Woodson Lewis, - Greensburg, Ky. er (through! the immigrant may be. reading public to spend at least Hugh is Dutch, the Lofty Man. "Soon after that our friend Correspondence Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 5; The French mostly, carry a double the amount it is now cost- 2J Gilbert is Saxton, Bright a si calls me up on the telephone, and small brass tube, in which they ing them. An increase of this in the most outraged tone of Gold. can place forty or fifty twenty-- 1 kind would also deprive a large voice asks what I mean by tak Earnest is .Greek the Serious franc pieces, which can be re- percentage of the working peo ter than it did in the old and "cheer" up, ought to cash up. ing advantage of him that way. One. moved very rapidly one at a pie the advantage of keeping crooked river bed that it has He could not have been more in- When the church acts like a Martain is Latin the Martial themselves informed. time. proved a very valuable piece of circus the side show always swaljdignant had I double-crosseOne, There are few Italians who do III. Oakford, work. The price of the bottom low the main tent. him in a straight deal. And that Luciua is Latin the Shining land has doubled and is almost explains why he no longer speaks not carry a large tin tube, in It is better for the preacher to One. which they keep paper money or Editor News: out of danger of iurther inun- know today's children than all tome." Perhaps a few words from one dations. silver coins, and this tube hung Eunice is Greek the Fair Victhe church fathers. tory. Captured the Lady's Watch. around the neck by a small chain of Adair's old boys would be of working the house Where I am interest to some of the News is in 20 yarJs of the river and it True charity will seek to purior cord. Florence is Latin the Blooming fy the well and not seek to rest The Slavonians and Hungar- readers as I have not written has been pretty high twice this One. He was such a straight, manly since about August 10th, I will winter, but not out of the banks. content with painting the pump. Sophia is Greek and means fellow with a millitary bearing ians carry their money in their If wewere not so anxious to long boots, together with a write a short letter mostly about Our work is mostly across the Wisdom. and a soldiery tread. He had seem what we are not we might knife, fork and spoon. For- - life on the Sangamon river. TT ft river and we have lots fun crosbaran a rieorew name means auburn hair and he blushed I wrote in August about my sing in the boats and ferrying. become what we should be. ward. Princess. easily, and above all, he was He who has many sstring in j trip from Ky., through Indiana The river was frozen over for Leonard a German name i s keenly alive to the rights of his Are You a Beggar? and left off when I reached Pe-- I about two weeks so we could his hands is sure to get his feet fellow-being- s Lionlike. and anxions to da ter3burg, Illinois. walk across on the ice, although mixed up with some of them. Peter is of Latin origin the the right thing by them. But ' Petersburg is the county seat we have had zero weather but The men who want to wind All the beggars are not hold-- . he and his friend were hurrying Rock. ing out a hand to passersby in of Litt,e Menard county and is a very little this winter. There all the world's clocks seldom from the local to catch the sub- Arabella is Latin the Beautithe street. Yon nrohahlv know town of some 4000 people. It is has been about six inches of want to go to work by any of way express, and they would ful Altar. the man who is ever whining for ina very fertile part of the snow fall here during the whole them. have caught it, but called r.wn months of winter and ahont Vieln. ' Tf n farmer , he thirties State. It is sometimes Isaaac Hebrew name means! ..., ... The poorest way for the preach" "He's got my watch!" a wo " f" the Garden of Eden, they raise, four inches of rain, when it Laughter. his neighbors should help him er to make sure of the love of man screamed. get in his grain or do his plow - 25 bushels of wheat to the acre, comes a general rain the rivers the people is to worry over whethis Saxton the Rose Rosamonc The manly fellow strode on, con- ing. If in business he is always 60 bushels of oats, and 100 bush- - rise for five or six days before er they like his preaching. of Peace. scious of virture. trying to borrow or wanting one els of corn Farmers pay from reaching the highest work. "Hold on, hold on!" said the Caesar Latin name means I This part of the country is a COLUMBIA DISTRICT, SECOND to boost him or drum up custo- - $25 to $35 a month for help. auburn-haire- d Hairy Man . man's friend, He but nearly ROUND. nliif rtViivtrr Viic nvm "wrni'fa nov mers. .., JWUiix relying never seems to think helped thresh and got, $2.00 per little rough in placessown to blue- ,.IUIA.H111 mo Agatha is a Greek name the ana" board. on his own efforts. "a3r of a the rough land is jrying off a lady's watch," and Good One. I left Petersburg and came to gras3. Kentucky bluegrass at Spurlington and Early, TayThere is' a well known fable he' untwisted the watch and ' 6. Oliver i s Roman name a n lors Chapel, February chain, which had wound itself . . Olive Tree. Casey Creek, Jones Chapel, As long as the farmers depended Oakford is near the Sangamon This is certainly a good coun- around his coat button. Lucy is the feminine jof the who wants to March 2. Qn hig neighbors and relations to river, at the junction of Menard try for anyone ' The woman was still angry come an(j cut nis grain the lark and Mason counties. Latin Lucius It is a work and is willing to work, but Mannsville, Mannsville' March. Edith and Editha are Saxton when she overtook them, and felt perfectly safe. When the small place of about 500 people, for the other class there might 5. Happiness. scarcely convinced that the man determined to cut the grain with four stores and one bank, oe nether places. Cane Valley, Carmel, March I enclose 50 cents to pay for 2. Duglass is Gaelic signifying flushing man was not old at the himself the larks knew it was It has been a custom time im I will the News six months. memorial for the Sangamon to Dark Gray. Columbia and Tabor, March time1, time t0 seek safety elsewhere. game, but she got away in write anocher letter before long. s umes eacn year with good wishes for all, I will 3. There are times when every iuveilluw " Danial is Hebrew meaning God ta board one needs help, but help should and cover the bottom land in cose, is Judge. Grady ville, March 14. The auburn-haire- d man and his R. N. Anderson. be asked onlv when one hasM water, with a big loss to the i Temple Hill March 9) ,t James is of Hebrew,. origin the friend missed it.made every possible effort forfarmers along the river, but K'beguiler.' Short Meter Sermsns. West Tompkinsville, t .March some nve years ago they made a i himself.4 i . ! :t ' , Ruth is Hebrew and means Please kettle your accounts at once f ' Too much help given a man. ditch 1Q0 feet wide and 12 miles Love for the truth of ten means for" the year 1910. You can see me on Tompkinsville, March 6. long, straightening: the river and liking for my own' notions. -- Beauty. weakens Jiis character. Milevery Monday. the Columbia square the water escapes so much fas- - A good many who are saying. T. L. Hulse, P. E. waukee Journal. John B. Grant. Harold the Champion is of j hpnvilv hnilt mv trees are budding and the birds who just came in?" said the bro- i carrois are ineardi as it spring was ker t0 his friend in. the cafe, here. But we can hardly know' you may have noticed that he the time of year here in winter, caught my eye, but passed on for of ten it is Summer tempera- - without a sign of recognition. ture one day and down nearly to, we he's a Dromoter. He and Zero next day. I used to be great friends osWith best wishes for the News tensibly. He rushed into my of- under, the new system and to all fice one afternoon in a state of my Kentucky friends who may great excitement, saying that a chance to read this. little deal he was putting through Mrs. Emerine Collins, made $50 necessary at once, and (nee Emerine Lapsley,) would I save him a little trouble 2831 Gould St. by cashing a check for that sum. He always seemed to have plenThe Origin and Meaning of ty of money, so I gave him the Names. cash and took his check. I did not see him again soon, and on Susan is Hebrew, a Lily. my depositing the check it came Guy is French, the Leader. back marked 'No f und,s ' I looked Alma is Latin, the Kindly. up his bank, and found he did Margaret is Greek, a Pearl. have a deposit there atone time Rachel is Hebrew, the Lamb I deposited the check again and Edwin is Saxton a Conquerer. again it was returned. A week later I tried agam, with the same Paul is Latin the Small One. More for amusement Clara is Latin the Brierht One. 'result. than anything else, I sent the . Lionel is Latin, Little Lion. check to the bank for the fourth Jacob is Hebrew the Supplant-jtimand thfa time it went g00 j , j i tht Very few people are aware of "Before I take off this dress," the fact that the state of Ken said the woman to the home tucky has established in the city dressmaker, who was fitting a of Louisville an immigration Buparty gown, "I want to go into reau engaged in the work o f the kitchen and read the riot act bringing desirable immigrants to maria." here and securing employment "Oh, not with this dress on,'' r for them upon their arrival i n the dressmaker protested. "She :j the state. This Bureau working is cooking and the grease might arrangements with the governpop ment officials in New York City, "Can't help it," the woman r2 and is preparing to furnish men interrupted. "Maria needs a for servic upon application or if lecture. She has been needing :r2 requested to doso. In view o f itforsome time, but I didn'tj the scarcity o f labor and dare deliver it because 1 hadn't difficulty experienced by good enough clothes to make it; farming community in securing effective. Maria is .black and E5 help necessary in the raising o f lately from the South. She judg--1 crops it would be well to bear in es people by the clothes they H mind this Bureau and commuicate wear. Is I had scolded in shirt with it when in need of hands to waist and skirt or even in my old 3 work on farms. Any c itzen of blue afternoon dress Maria would 3 Kentucky can seek information have scorned me, but with allirrE arm secure help through this Imthis finery on I can speak my':3 migration Bureau free o f a piece and Maria will be properly cost. impressed and maybe she will How Immigrants Carry Money, .reform." 3 I Offer for the Next Twenty s 2 Days or as ILong as Stock Lasts I One Carload " . Of Wagons .- At the Following Prices Mitchell 2 Gears Only " Milburn 3 Milburn. 3i -- - $40 00 : 3 $4250 $45 00 EE " - - g Woven Wire Fence r the the Tdl ThOUSaild RodS Note Prices j Guaranteed the Best Wire and 20 Better Galvanized than any other Fence. 26 in 7 Bars Regular Standan Farm Fence 18ic The Rod " " 22hc " " 32 " 8 " " "" " 25 39 " 9 " a n OC1 ' " in 48 Spool Barbed Wire Small 80 rod Spools $1 70 ' " $2 50 Large 80 " j J 1 1 S: We are offering $5 000 00 worth of new Up Off Lowest Cash One of the queerest sight, says an exchange, is to see how diff- - j His Working Class. todate Clothing at 25 j Prices. No fixed up prices and no dark j 3 3 ;- j i : ! ej I d j ! 1 1 I ( ! f ! . i ' ! ; j j I i ' --.- .. i ' j j ' j i i j . i 25-2- j . j 1-- j j . 4-- ! . 11-1- ; 1 ) the-expres- , j 12-1- s. j i J i .. - . '. i:'-- . . 18-1- v -- - . 1. . . - 21-22.- ..-; 25-2- I . w v, 4"i f. v 'W;- 1HE ADAIR COUN'IY NEWS THE i IP LOUISVILLE M TIMES SH FOR 911 iH lH IIIII 111 r ijmriiPi'tf-iJ!Ki'aH'inu5M&- - . - 113, Special Clearance S a!e Of Carpets and Rugs During the winter months make a visit tcfour store a most profitable one. IRRESISTABLE'jLOWIiPRICES must help us to clean up all Limited Lots, Discontinued Patterns and Remnants in a short space'of time New Spring Goods are crowding in and we2Ineed jthe room greatly. When in LOUISVILLE, do not fail to Investigate our offers INI I $ 19 1 II liilil Km I III 1 I m SIP rag, BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER T1IERECULAR PRICE Or Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Incorporated THE LOUISVILLE TiMb i 0S attfc-- 4 mmmm&s&mi . fcr- - I I IS if $5.00 A YEAR. ckw Us ry . Centrally located. i Market St. bet. 5th, &!6th, St. Ta fesjraag!J SL YOU WILL SEND .TOUR TO US, YOU CAN GET jpjg ORDER p3Hh rdUVCr. - .- - - - Wg 3P Puffin icisfeQ "i r ' Kft !! 'litis j- " VS . fi4'aw- & q, irTr?JlgWny!'r"g 1i?Ju,r3-w'- k;j r CORCORAN High-Grad- 4oin. sJSvwXS." -j? SslS?k r5?oE . ' e Marble Cemetery work of all kind.... Granite Sec US yeti Wy. 'HE ADAIR COUNTY! NEWS AND 'asa m 7m -- !&S3 THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE VEAR wm as m tmmMmi-&s- , s.yvi'iofssn m jr; M?n "i.'1 ?:j Liii. v.rjrsWf! nS?4-Km. p. & ?'ii w- zm KK5- tiE2 in f1 - ks crxxri HSJ' 1. I Represented by C. G. Jeffries m this and adjoining counties .Ss XaN. Main Street, rx Lebanon, Kv. i:;. r-- j, h e. vfiV - r - i1 imi T1 sadii j .JTi.hI.ip mj & ,yfi WXXXKX4i n'1 x w w -- w. jTsyia?gBs i FOR ONLY $4.50. is J n$ 1 w The Adair County News and One Year for $1.50. Courier-Journ- al m& THE LOUISVILLEfTIMES anywhere. the best afternoon paper printed Has the best corps of corres pondents. Covers the Kentucky field per- tM sm r only six More Weeks In Wlliiili to Male the Flout . The Piano is Worth. Working For, But Yon Must Keep Busy to Win it Vote at the News Office and Co's Store. 'R ir ' Mr v .'Both WJ MB V EsXfOJ S fectly. completely. Covers the general news field &3K3 Si bJSf3 mar4 181 13 Kf r VI C Has the best and fullest kets reports. SI ss DEMOCRATIC in politics, but : fair to everybody. SEND YOUR Bus-se- ll SUBSCRIPT iSfMJ T10N RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPER .(S$ not to The! m for two years. 'My father, mqther and ward. no longer be without it. as It cured them and can be used with safety by every it is finished if: may be that the tw'0 s;gters diod of consumption, and member of the family, down to the It's just human nature for an youngest child, but if you have never milk Will dribble from the nipple, used it take the advice of Mrq. Earl 3. that I am alive today is due solely to old bald-hea- d to want young Cox, 403 Twenty-fift- h street. Moline. HI., Ellen Dungan, Muncie, Ind., and and as he does not swallow it he Dr. King's New Discovery, which com: girls and Mrs. with a mass of curls to send to Dr Caldwell for a free trial bottle, as thev did. and learn for yourself is likely to choke. pletely cured me. Now I weigh 187 pretend they can tolerate him. what it will do in your own case. That! It will cure you, as it did them, there Is Too much stress cannot be laid j Pounds and have been wel1 ad strong no doubt. ' Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased years." iuick safe, sure, it s the Presidential Pay. to give you any medical advice you may upon the fact that nothing be laid for desire for yourself or family pertaining to i best.remedy n earth for coughs' colds' the stomacn, liver or Dowels absolutely upon the faet that nothing poi- lagrippe, asthma.jcroup, and alt. throat free of charge. Explain your case in a letter and he will reply to you in detail. sons a baby more quickly than-stalIt is surprising how many persample simply send your and lung troubles. ,.50c & 1.00.., Trial For the free name and address on a postal card or sour, milk;- - Unless.all bottle free. Guaranteed by Paull Drusr sona think that the salary of the and otherwise. For either request the doctor's ll address is Dr, W. B. Caldwell, R.500 are.kept scrupulously Co. 111. , J t , - William Cockerel, Town Marshal of Pleasurevilie, was acquitclean some particle of the spoiled Feeding the Baby. Reflections of a Bachelor. Of Fifth Sunday meeting of ted of the killing of Charles HenDon't expect to find peace in and microbe laden milk will find Second North Concord associotion 'life by hiding from your derson, a negro, who resisted its way into the little stomach, Good look is merely escaping to be held with Free Union Many mothers have but vague arrest. ' church on Saturday and Sunday losing in i(jeas as to how the baby should after which he is pretty liable to bad luck. Don't forget that Efforts are being made to sehave an illness. Teachers can cultivate brains: 29 and 30 of April, 1911. loving is better than to gain by cure pardons for Asa McGinnis j be fed. That he needs milk they If the mother will but pause they r 1. Devotional exercises, 10 a. and Sam Johnson,- can't create them. convicted at know, but that his bottle must for a moment and study the in- m. Most people spend their time Lexington for gambling and senbe absolutely clean and the milk fant mortality in all the great (either eating its tenced to the penitentiary. 2. Our association and or talking .about it. Samps absolutely pure does not enter cities she-- will find that the, high S- Wade and Aaron The Lord must take care ofjne??s' ? Dcn'Js for Churchmen. their heads. death rate occurs among children good women, for certainly men Wilson. Admitting that the bottles and most of whom have been fed literature, 3. Denominational don't. So many svomen arc dragging out, Don't mistake soft words for - milk are all that they should be from the bottle. .This, shoud be weary lives just because their digesM. T. Grime and J. M. Williams. A girl who will wear big fat tender, loving ways. t! It' warning enough for her to see poorcX rubbers, however bad the weath- ' 4. The Biblef plan, of forgiving ' Don't overlook the sunctity verge of invalidism. It is often very is of not wise to,feed a baby hold- - that the baby's food is absolutely unnecessary ana the woman s own er, doesn't want' to get married. one another, C. L. Bradley and sacrifice and service. : fault. ing him in your arms. Lay him pure. W. F. J. Wilson. The first thine to do is to look to the A wise child learns to like to welfare of your bowels. There the trouDon't look for moral health Meat should not be fed a child ble usually lies. All physicians know comfortably upon his side on the SUNDAY MORNING 10 O'LOCK. be spanked so as 'to "get a lot of a large percentage of women are bed, covering him with ' that without human happiness. habitually constipated, and from this re'a thin until it is past six years ,ofage; spoiling to 1. Bible sanctification and modmake up for it right sults indigestion, piles, weariness, etc., that women constantly complain of blanket. While he is young it is coffee and tea, being stimulants Don't try to talk about your ern sanctification compared, J.O. JBut there is no use taking1 "female remafter. edies" and things of that kind until you best to hold the bottle for him, and not foods, should not be faith when men never find a " Sutherland and C. L. Bradley. have started your bowels to moving The crafty thing for a man to You will find that when the bowels move because the muscles on the little given to children at friend in you. allv regularly once or twice a. dav .in vnnr 2. How to secure better discip petty ills will disappear. Take a good. bones are not yet strong. do would, be to convince his j mild laxative tonic like Dr. Caldwell's Don't fear to soil your hands syrup jfepsm lor awnile and you will wife he loved her so much h e line in our churches, J. R. Gri-dyourself rapidly getting better and find When he is a little older he Life Saved At Death's Door, in helpfulness if our would avoid stronger, your bowels will regulate them and E. G. Wilson. haan't any left for her relatives. selves and work at stated times, and will be able to guide the bottle defiling youf heart. "I never felt so nearmy grave," men your neaaacnes ana dizziness will 3. How to develop a greater disappear. Don't take strong cathartic It's worth thinking about how writes W. R. Patterson, of Wellington, pills or salts, but just such a mild and with his own hands. Don't forget that the brother pleasant-tastin- g remedy as Dr. Caldwell's Texas, as when a frightful cough and mad a man can be at first with a interest in Sunday school work, Syrup Pepsin. Men,, mnfWe ,ri fl,a K hood of man means better work IX Tou can obtain a bottle of vour for fifty cents or one dollar, and his bottle full of milk then leave lung trouble pulled me down 'to' 100 girl for refusing to marry him M. T. Grime, J. O. Sutherland as well as better wages. either size may be enough to permapounds, in spite of doctor's treatment and how greatful to her afternently cure you. Thousands Df women and' J. S. Wade. '. keep it regularly in the house and will him. Don't expect to have the loye. If he goes to sleep before ' . Louisville Times. fgj sgissEgssssisa -- K"V fiC-- ISSH: s s w& imfrflm& Work has begun on the new This includes fuel, L. &. N. $10,000 depot at 5E stables, greenhouse, police, light ing, clerks, etc. It does not take John Baker, a farmer of Ohio i. into account that the government county, had a narrow escape provides the house, while in the from drowning in Green river case of most royalties they own when precipitated from a boat. their own houses. Even then Woodson May, of Somerset, our executive receives a small may enter the race for Clerk of M allowance compared with many .:irra the Court of Appeals in Demofts'Ki MfM $339,400. Madi-sonvill- still $50,000. It is $75,000 a year with an allowance of $25,-00- 0 for traveling expenses. Representative Hitchcock has compiled the other expenses of the presidential household and what goes with the office that the nation pays, in compprison with the millions which royalty receives in some foreign countries. He finds that the executive costs KentucRy News. The "wets" withdrew their petition for a vote on local option in Nicholas county Pulaski county has a pig. four-eare- d Revenue officers raided and destroyed two moonssine stills in the Cumberland mountains. e. others. cratic State primany. Program. )ui. ( i f . I rail Wii!ni r ' er drug-.b'i- st f of heaven within you if you are..4 indifferent to the sorrows of men. Cald-jtre- building, MontlceUo, the utensils . Wife Got TIP Top Advice. "Sly wife wanted rue to take our boy to the doctor to cure an ugly boil," write3 D. Frankel, of Stroud, Okfa., "I said 'put Bucklen's Arnica Salve on it.' She did so, and it cured the boil in a, short time." Quickest healer of Burns, Scalds, Suts, Corns, Bruises, Best Pile cure oh Sprains, Swellings. it. Only 25c at Paull earth. Try president of the JJnited States, is Drug Co. ' j N Don't forget to observe that in a crowded car is found a better tesfc of religion than in a. roomy, church, i good Jersey; cow; fresh the 2Gth, ' " March; for'sale. of I' 't ' " Ed'Barbee. A, i ft H ' V k THE ADAIR CCUKl'X KEttfc tuburculosis proposition, theiiEducational inPublished Every Wednesday terests andmany other ques- BYjTHE - tions of vitaljimportance are now Adair County News Company, before the" people. Our party can not hidejlfromf these issues ( Incorporated.) and it has'no intention of at CHAS.S. HARRIS Editor. tempting it if the committee will only permit it). to.meet face to Democratic newspaper devoted to the in terest of the City of Columbia and the people face in a stateconvention for THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS movement, the Q"Q44Q"frQ"Q"Q"Q"0"ft Q"Q"Q"0"C"6"Q"frQ"frQQ & v STAR FIELD FENCE j I 4 . mt Adair and adjacent counties. I'ot-ofllc- ' Entered at the Columbia class m'ail matter. o as such a purpose. The committee was madejto represent the party j Mt if ! WED. FEB. 22, 1911, Where are we headed, what are our real troubles and how can we find and apply the remedy for a more effective campaign next fall, are questions now in the minds of many true and loyal Democrats throughout the State. The Executive com- mittee seem3 to be unable to uni- fy and bring to ,the party that hope and enthusiasm that should exist in every section. In fact, the committee seems to be on a rough sea, and every move made has so far drifted us farther from when not jn.convention assem- - i bled. Its'plain duties are those of a trust and for the good of the party- - It isfor theL'good of the party that; the Democrats meet in convention and place itself squarely beforejthecpeople of the State since"Lthis has not been done forginovetthan ten years. J 11 1 T i twffri 1 4 b . 801 j ! With the!' President's party torn to pieces thelCanadian rec- ipr0city bill passed the House, ' Democrats casting the bulk of the vote. The bill is now in the hands of the Finance Committee 0f the Senate. Speaker Cannon, wnen he realized that the bill aid of "Dem- -' would shore. While a convention was ocrats called'OllielJames and had wanted by a large majority of him to preside while the vote was the candidates, and while public being taken... The enthusiasm sentiment in the party seemed ;was great. , . overwhelmingly for a convention, yet the committee ordered a pri- - While reciprocity is a game of mary. and set the date for hold-- 1 "You tickle" me, 1 tickle you," ingit in May. In taking this j still the majority of the stand step the Senatorial race was left patters refuse to tickle or be out. Immediately a protest was tickeled they are cold enough to the perishing products made, and the demand was so strong and broad that the com- -' of this country, but the people mittee reassembled and included want to place their products on the Senatorial race. Hon. Ben the market rather than in cold ' j sJ& j ' j pass-;by!th- j ( , j jt.-- We fee! that we were very fortunate in securing the Agency for the STAR FIELD FENCE for Adair County, because it is guaranteed to be one of the very best Woven Wire Fences made. The STAR FENCE is made of the BEST GALVANIZED BESSEMER HARD SPRING STEEL CRIMPED WIRE. The horizontal wires are crimped every three inches, thus positively providing for expansion and Contractfon. it is so constructed the stay wires can not slip, yet at same time allowance is made for erecting on uneven ground, so an inexperienced person can erect this fence perfectly. All horizontal wires are of even length, so it requires but a short time to erect the STAR Fence. If you expect to do any fencing this spring, and want a fence of quality, it will pay you to examine the STAR FENCE before you buy. Prices are right. Investigate this . Fence at once. f o m S SP.. I Reect Hardware Co. i: C". ' ' pr-eserv-e ! ' Johnson withdrew from the con-- 1 storage. K y test for Governor at that time, Rus?ell Springs. and his reasons for so doipg fur- ther complicated matters. Again Phelps is in very the committee met, last week, poor healJh- - We hope to soon for the numose of fixing the date for the close of entries and do- - hear of his recovery' ing other things necessary for a! Miss Mallie Murray visited legal primary, but it failed to friends here Sunday night, J- Payne, B. Loy, Arthur hand out a decision, posponing action till March the 3rd, at Stanton and Jule Kinble are in which time it again meets. The Somerset on business. urgent demand is still before the Under the management of committee to call off the prima-- 1 Prof. Barnes, interest and at- ry and give a convention. Now, tendance are increasing daily at in the face of the present com- - j the R. S. A. plications, in view of the ulti-- , Miss Martha Murray is here mate outcome, next fall, we sin- - studying music with Mrs. Rounds cerely believe that the committee for a few weeks. must, to a reasonable extent, Mr. Mont Richards made conform its action to the popu- pieasaiiL can at uie xv. o. a. laau Iflli I rt W O I P aiim MnwKr ' , .J 4iQsQmQm$iQmQmQb$ 1 9 iS9& 0Q"8"&8fi"& Cortez Sanders, made a special of J. M. Bryant, who has been Absher. Nell Williams and Eliza Coffey, trip to Campbellsville last week. confined to her room with f.ver, Messrs. Cyrus Williams, Stanley Mr. R. 0. Dillingham was at and Morris Epperson. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hum- is some better. Knifiey last Saturday. phress and children, were guests Born, to the wife of Wm. Rev. C. M. Deener delivered a Mr. L. Y. Gabbert was here of Mr. andx Mrs. J. H. Martin Brown, the 12th, a son. very interesting sermon at the the last of the week. Sunday. Williams school house last Mont Wilson and wife visited Mr. Lewis Moore visited at Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Robertson at George Grider's Saturday and H. B. Robertson's Saturday Ballinger, traveling Mr. visited at Mr. Delaney Robert Sunday. night. man for J. M. Robinson Norton son's a fetv days of last week. Mrs. NancyiWilson spent SunMessrs. W. P. Dillingham and & Co.. was calline: on our mer Miss Clara Robertson spent day evening with Mrs. Rachel lL uui yaLvy in uu ic- H. B. Robertson were at Coburg i last week. chants Tuesday night with Miss Sylvia Bryant. gam power m the State. We! Monday. Payne have Mr w n aridpr madp a bus- - last Mr. and Mrs. John Humphress. Otha Sullivan bought three have never believed a State Mr. Leward Bennett was the returned to Russell Springs. iness trip to Jamestown, Mon-- I primary healthy for the party, guest of M. Edgar Rule one Mr. John Martin's condition small shoats from W. S. Smiley Jas. Hurt of Esto was in town day. for $6.75 remains about the same nor fairer to aspirants than a night last week. Wednesdav- Eller. convention. We have opposed it Milt Smiley was at this place Mr. and Mrs. L. Y. Gabbert Mr. Burt Bryant was on WilMrs. Ermine Wilson and Mrs. : pn?f ifs avppc. . on account of its Her-schone day last week, and bought a Rev. Millard Hughes ot Mt. son's Creek on business last Sat- spent Wednesday night at L- - L- - Hounds, visited in Colum-an- d sive demands on the energies nice lot of eggs and chickens Robertson's. Victory is conducting a success- urday. time of those who seek office, bia from Friday until Sunday, Mr. Owen Brockman is carry- irom ueo. iii. rsurton, tne merful meeting at Concord. Messrs. Otis and Willie Moore lastly we have been unal- -' R. Ingram is all smiles, it is a and place to chant at this plar. William Owens of Longstreet, were at Mr. J. H. Martin's Sun- ing the mail from this terably opposed to it on the boy. George Burton :d two heifers Knifiey. hogs of day. C r lr - , J bought 12 head of stock nriAimn v if" flliminn ayiau-mr. .viarcus tfernaru succeeus w c Bernard last Thursday at Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Knifiey last week. Mr. J. D. Absher is very sick form, sets the nominees drifting L. 0. Phelps, who was obliged 7 cent3 per p0Und. visited the latter's father, who James Burton lost a good work at this writing. without a declaration of specific on account of poor health to mule last week. is very sick. Elmer Wilson was slightly Mr. George Gresham was at party pledges. Waiving of our resign his work at the R. S. A. wounded in an altercation at ConL. E. Anderson has moved to objection, we accept the call for Gentrys Mill ,, " cord Friday night by Robert Campbellsville last week. his farm this week and is getting r Mr. Wm. A. Humphress visit the primary, and do not desire a Crockett. We have been having lots of ready for a large crop. vascilating course from the com Elmer Miller of Bart, is here ed his brother, Mr. Richard Hum- rain and plenty of mud. The pretty weather has put a W. S. Anderson will soon com- mittee. It has called the prima hustle on our farmers. Thev taking up staves for Winfrey and phress of Hovious Saturday and The meeting at Bethlehem last plete Albert Stapps dwelling Humble. ry, and set the date. It should certdnly Sunday. are putting in the fcime Sund&y was largely attended, house near Stapps Springs. A. L. Foley sold two fat hogs stand firmly to it. It has in-- ! tilHng the soiU Mr. and Mrs. Garland Weath- Y. Roberds of Tarter, made a to Wesley Wilson last weet at erford visited their parents at and all repora good sermon by ciuaea tne benatonal race. Lt " Mary Williams, a student 7 Miss Rev. B. Vails, of Russell business trip in this community a per pound. should not waver on it, but in this place Saturday and Sunday. few days ago. of the High School at Columbia, Springs. Rev. W. N. Coffer and others justice to the- - party and in Eld. F. J. Barger filled his spent Saturday and Sunday with will begin a series of meeting at J. W. Roy was at this place to The wheat in this community justice to ltseir, a conven ' regular appointment at Egypt parents. Sunday night. her Clear Spring day and bought one heifer from is looking fine. tion should be called to Sunday. E. Burton at $30. There were several cattle buy- J. meet and frame a platform be-- 1 The Montpelier Sigh School is Mr. A. W. Popplewell bought Mrs. Jas. S. Thomas Mr. and L. Gaskins' farm Klast week. ers through here last week. All Born, to the wife of W H. fore the primary is over and if Provin a success under the man" J. Consideration $135. are visiting at w. P. Dillingham's burton, a boy. bought soine at fair prices. possible, before the close of en--1 agement of Prof G' W' Aaron' We are informed Mr. Walter this week. The farmers of this community tries. If this is done it will har-- i Several young folks of this ' Hogs are scarce in these parts will teach our school next .Bolin are plowing. Mr. and Mrs. John Rule are monize and do justice to the .place, spent Wednesday night fall. and buyers plentiful. visiting their daughter, Mrs. S. 1 will grind corn at my mill every party and enable the party to put very pleasantly, with the Misses Mr. Bill Brown got his leg Mont Wilson and Bill Hill tradSaturday. I will also sell shingles, and of Columbia Sunday and itself squarely before the voters Bradshaw. Those present were broken a few days ago. He is C. Neat ed horses one day last week, and have plenty now for the market, either Monday. both men are well pleased. of the state on every important as follows: Misses Ada Epper getting along alright-a- t this oak or chestnut. 12 3m E. A. ftcKinley Messrs. R. 0. Dillingham and Miss Laura Bryant, daughter public question. The good roads son, Birdie Hadley, Flora Grider, writing. , j i . wiiu T 4- i t 1 ! j ! el j I .ao -- "R Tl JT T" 3 j , , I -- XJ y tttttfcfc-- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS future homes, and especially ' of brell visiting at Mr. Jas. Smileyl- me meeting a Railroad man when last Saturday. t3 we were reared so far from the Dr. Perryman has sold his Railroad, but a person can never farm to Mr. Wm. Henry Burton Mr. Gordon Montgomery is attend- tell where he or she is likely to for $400. Dr. will leave us soon, ing the Russell circuit court. we regret very much to give him Miss Mary Feese left Sunday morn- drift. ing for Louisville to visit relatives. I married a Railroad man, and Up Mr. S. M. Hurt, a goodvfriend of this our home has been blest with jyjr L. Neat and family , . DaDer. was hfrp from V.tct Fridav. J two little children wno are in visited Mr. N. B. Dillingham Mr Z. T. Sanders, who lives near . school Dorothy age seven and last Saturday night. Clear Spring, is reported quite ill. Edwin age six. 0 what a con- Miss Bessie Ramsey of Burnside, is Mrs. Octavia Cole has removed visiting Miss Nell Antle of this place, trast between their school and this place to Purdy. We Mr. Short Foilis, of Elkhart, III., is the one which I attended in my were very eorry to give Mrs. spending a moth or two with relatives! gjrin0od days! Here there is a up. ... in ...w nlaro . ruwi. teacner ior every graue; even Miss Ida Todd is in Louisville for the Miss Lizzie Abrell visited her purpose of receiving instructions in the little Dorothy and Edw'in are in uncle, .wr. Lawrence Bricken art of millinery. separate rooms. Of course I one night last week. Mr Sylvester Cravens, who lives in know there has been a wonderful the Craycraf t country, and who is quite Mr. Tom Neat gave the young improvement in the schools back old, is live. 3 I j Longstreet. We have been PERSONAL t 1 ......... j , , I ) j , j ' i ' ' out for some time on acconnt of being away part of the time but would like to enter the columns of your clean and highly appreciated paper. There are a few cases of meas- es in this community which seem to be in a very bad form. Wheat has come out' wonder-frofully through these warm days of February but it is not expect-Col- e ed that there will be a full turn- out per acre with previous years m What &r 8g P njii li. vvithout-- a great change, , i sister Susie married a far- - There was a IarSe crowd and al mer and is living three miles enJoyed a nice time Mr. Ellie Currie' has been on vIl;. Southeast of Indianapolis. She two little boys whom she the sick list a tew days Jefferson county, to reside. We ' The family of J. B. Abrell's Mrs Walter Willis, of Louisville is Tcalls Arthur and Ralph, here spending several weeks with her visit each other frequently. My visited at Mr. '". L. Williams last i Miss Winnie D. Dohoney Isft last home. Wednesday for Louisville to visit sevMy eral weeks with relatives. not expected to a party last Saturday night. . , i TZ!r?:!iJ0tr1 T x 11- ! j j moflior to oc Tirol! oe licnnl onrl CunlmT CIO n 11 UCUUI U11U UUlJUa. UlULilUL && DC.Tpbe",S:i"t often comes to visit me. My sis ; l , .. Mr. R. Ingram, of Russell Miss Ethel Williams visited . X. XJiilUCC, &i.O. 1I1UW1CI UL t J3 ll ter JJora so lar Has chosen to re- - MSS Lizzie Abrell one night last (.Springs was here one day this spending a few weeks m Columbia ' Miss Bess Holladav left last week tain the name pi Kean, and she weefc week. Mr. Bruno Marktay, of Font- Mr. Joe Abrdl from Russell! school for the Blind which is county visited his brother, Mr. J. 'hill was here one day this week Miss Annie Dixon went to Glasgow '. n Thursday tn a visit of several weeks, located here in the capital, buying stock. B. Abrell last Saturday night. N ' she will return to Columbia. sequentjy Dora and I see each Mr. W. W. Owens, of this Mr. J. B. Abrell, wife and Miss Virgie Tupnum left Friday other often, Menwho till the soil are crazvaho'it V. Tiis Improved Patdaughter visited in Russell conn-- 1 place is doing a ' nice business morning for Nashville,.' to'luke a poai- - . . I SmcI left mv old home, it ty Saturday night and Sunday. trading and taming young- stock. ent Ideal Steel Harrow. It takes tne m ; utf r-r- bt-t'on in a who'e sale millinery establish- has been my privilige to visit ment. is Adjustable Lever Attachment to ind ' .. Lizzie Abrell visited Miss Leler Mr. Owens is an expert with A Mr. j. f. Shawr, traveling salesman, eighteen different States. tip, eoy to overate and nWer weor-- out. Jjn fh thing1 stock. vao is pojmiar with all the merchants few vtars acro we wenfc to Jew Giles Monday night. are bokinarfor. Give it a trial am r We attended church at Friend- n this section, was in Columbia last York, Atlant City, and Wash Pjr ale ordy by Webbs X Roads. cafurday. ship Sunday, where we heard a Judge H. C Bskrr, Messrs. J. K. ington, D. G. Last winter we C. We have been having fine wonderful sermon by their ModMontgomery, James Garnett, Rolltn all wen- to Losangeles, Califor- .. tm.KnniC" oa erator, Rev. J. S. Wade, of Long-it. rrn Hjrt, F. R Winfrey, of the Columbia ' r aim I ' ma, and though we have a yearn- La1, are attending the Russell Circuit . beginning to get busy, street. Cane VaL k Qourt. ing to return to California, the Miss iNannie weir nas returnMr. J. D. Foley anil wife were Mr. Porter A. MnrrellaiKi family and land of flowers, we must at pres- ed from Cincinnati to her par visiting W. W. Owens and fami- VSurrell, Lrother, Thomas left for en e content to remain here F ents in Russell county and spent ly one day this week. Champaign, 11?., Monday, where they N expect to jeside. They have the best where there is so much ior which iast Sunday with her brother Mr. Daniel Wilson, Russell wishes of many friends here. we should be grateful. You can ' and si3ter at Russell Springs. ! r Mrs. Elizabeth Robertson, Mr. Sam imagine my longing to see you1 Mr. John Webb has a new barn SPrins' vvas here this week on IN N. Hancock, wife and children, who business. when you remember that I have on his plantation. Zk&ttlU&t2Snr2&&B&i!i 'IN 7K have been making their home in Elida, We have aTemperance Socie- - IS New Mexico returned to Columbia' ast been away from "My Old Ken-- j Mr. Claud Weir, of Webb's, 10 x 20 Glass 4 It Windows 1; .90 Nj Wednesday afternoon, and in the future tucky Home" for more than ten X. Roads and Miss Mary Webb, ty organized in this neighbor-! i will reside here. Mary Elizabeth, Mr. " 1.00 of Humble were quietly married hood, the officers cf which are, (j) 10x24 Hancock's oldest child, will be very years. " " " 1.10 much in evidence as soon as the ice Three years ago a sorrow at Jamestown, February 9th, and Rev. M. T. Grimes, L. D. Foley, m) 12x24 cream season opens. glided into my life, which I shall started for 111., to make their Red Edge Collar Pads (12 in wide) F. F. Rexroat, U. V. Tarter and .20 Mr. John M. King, of Owen county, ' forget. My sister, Ida, ture home. Mr. Claud Weir, the Albert Leach. We are much yIN "Anchor" Corn Syrup (per gal) .35 a brother in law of Mr. W. H. 'Wilson, is visiting in Columbia. He is accom- passed away leaving behind a groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. N. pleased with the movement and tk ' White Flake Syrup .40 7In panied by his son, Walter. A number husband and her little children. E. Weir and is known by a great hope it may prove a great bene- NV 3 Can Sugar Corn .25 of years ago Mr. King was a student in Her husband is teaching school ' many friends. The bride is a fit both to the adult and the risC. C. College, an institution of learn3 Cans Hominy 7T .25 as ing at that time at this place. It was near Padue, Oklahoma, where he mighty nice The ing generation of our communi little girl. IN here that he met Miss Nannie Wilson Clothing at Prices to Close. has the children. It may have groom is 22, the bride 19. We ty There are many and many 3n which resulted in this reunion. Mrs. King died about fifteen years ago, Wal- been that in Paradise one rose wish them much success and a things in which we might be in- - )( ter being the only child. temperate in. The Bible prowas too pure for the hand of an- - long and happy life, IN Russell Springs, Ky. other, and in order that the. The new telephone from on intemn nounces no blessings Indianapolis, Ind. IN, of flowers which was to son to Eunice has been complet-ador- n perance but many upon the total MMNtl MVL NliVtNJSJNJ VJ J Vl vl NJ M M W M Nt M vtty Nl t!n"Tn 7rN;:fN7iN7iNiNiN7r; the brow of the Master ed, they had good success, abstainance therefrom. Editor New3: Though I live in Indianapolis, could be complete, the wise Ruler Mn Claud Weir sold a fine 2 Mr. A. G. Benard, of JamesThe father arrived at home at ly gets good money out of his the beautiful capital of Indiana, of the universe saw fit to call Ida year oM mule to Mn Ed Bricken town has bought W. W. Owens' this time took his ax and got the labors. no distance is too great for home. Silently the messenger farm. Mr. Benard means to beast and chopped his head off. $qq Mr. Dallas Wade, of this place memory to travel and my or death descended, took her in Lucas is talking of make this his future home as we The boy is doing fine at this time has one of the best teams of Mr. Joe thoughts of ter revert to old Ken- his arms, ascended, knocked and having telephone run in his understand. ' a and is not seriously hurt as we mules in these parts. tucky, and especially to Russell was admitted his mission was i,ouse While little Alton, the eight believe. county where I spent so many over. When I think ofherde-- ' 11 . Wilson's Store. year om son oi J. J. Kooertson Qur farmers are making a nice .1 Mrs. Mary weir and mother happy days days around which parture, even though I know it for a iaree cr0D this spent one day last week with was out at piay ne was attacKea!hpal-mi:nf- r T fond memories cling with a ten vMiinl- wave Vyx- iui iuc ucai, . x uccn by a large sheep belonging to C. spring, some right smart plowmust Mrs. Henry Lucas. Miss Ruth Bryant spent last acity too great to be shaken by find comfort in the thought that M. Robertson. The little fellow ing, cleaning and fencing already week with friends near Sulphur Mr. Albert wilkerson has rethe hand of time. In glancing our separation shall not always was knocked lifeless by it and done. Vale. back upon the days tfiat were we last. Death separates, and turned from 111., to make his still he would try to get up, upOur produce market is very Several from this place attendfind that Time often beautifies death unites. I find, too, that home in Russell county. on which the sheep would round dull at this time, in fact most all ed musical accociation Mr. Fred Roberson started to those early scenes. the woi ds of the poet are true him again. His little brother, dull at this at Russell Springs. lines of business are 111., today. Probably many of the old set- when he wrote: David noticing the battle ran to extent. Mr. Carlie Combest, of Russell Mr. Marcus Tarter and family the rescue of his brother, open- time to some tlers will remember James Har- "Time never heels the broken heart, Nor fills the vacant chair; There are a good many staves Springs, wa3 here a few days vey Kean because he, too, was He only gives sufficient grace of Tarter, Ky., spent last Satur- ing his knife as he went. On being made in this neighborhood ago. an old settler. Some may recall The heavy cross to bear." day at Mr. weir's. reaching.the'spot the sheep made at this time and are selling reasThanking 'the editor for his his daughter and remembering Messrs. Robert Bailey and lanFour fenerations SDent one day for the approaching boy; the boy onably well. kindness in publishing my letter, her may care to read this letter der Bryant, of the L. W. T. S.,( week afc Mr L R Foley,s used his knife well with many W. M. Wilson has lost three were at home Saturday and Sunwhich, though it comes from and wishing you all a happy fu- - The mother Mrs .S. A. Dicker- - cuts on the sheep-- . By this time Indiana, is, in reality, from a ture, I remain your true friend, son, age 76; the daughter, Mrs. the mother had reached the nice sheep in the last few weeks, day. Mary weir, age 46; the grand- - place while Mr. Logan Mrs: W. E. Leslie, Kentucky girl. I was reared in Mr. Cortez Bryant attended Womack's the causeof their death unknown. Foley, age daughter, Mrs. Lula formerly Nannie Kean. Russell county about five miles boys joined the battle. The Mr. M. W. Cooper; of Irvin's the singing at Pleasant View last 26; the great grandaughter, Miss one day this week week. Sortheast of Jamestown; and as Lilly Foley, age 9. A nice din- sheep was put to flight, all think Store was here Elia. I have only had the privilege of ing that little Alton was dead or on business. Mr. Taylor Sanders is veryner was prepared for them. visiting my old home a few times, place sick at this writing. We are having some nice W. W. Owens, of this Mrs. Willie Brown, of this town soon would be. They pursued probably some of my friends will weather now and the farmers visited some friends this week the sheep and beat him with has purchased a house and lot Mr. C. L. Maupin will move be glad to hear that I am stil are .getting busy plowing and at Dunnville. clubs and cutting him with from J. W. Bradley for his fu- his saw mill from White Oak to among the living. cleaning up their ground. Mr. N. E. Weir sold 7 shoats knives. By that time little Dar-- ture home. a set near Concord, in a few When Susie and I left home to Mr. L. H. Brickens bought a for $6.80. ris, the 12 year-ol-d brother to Mr. S. B. Wade, of this place days. visit friends at Gfreenwood, ten shoat from Mr. Oliver Goodin-fo- r We are doing good buissness in Alton reacher the spot with a is preparing to farm heavily this Upton Grider was in Louisville $4. , miles South of Indianapolis, little this town with our new shop run gun and emptied the contents of season. Mr. Wade is one of our Missea Sarah and Lizzie A, by Mr. Brickens. did we think of this being our a shell in the sheep's head. best farmers and pretty general several days of last week. vv ! miV.n.. VTw. iiiuiucif dtif, JXf ,T rT,.r jjuuimt;. i I I AO CAO Mr. H. F. Benard, who some months ago moved to our neigh-folk- s borhood has sold out and has tak- en his family and left us. We regret having to give Mr. Benard and family up very much. Some of our boys are attend- ing the Russell Springs Academy and report a wonderful schcol CQQcnn true k.v,uuvu. "X a $WW - ' I ' &,Ur"WtoBtolntoBnal' con-wheI , Read And You Wiil See. ori i ! - V : j ' 5 . ; ! - J. Eub .;ru rt-'- ' : j ! ' , ; , l JN r i I fu-nev- er IN. J I , t . F. L. Wilson. Win-crow- ! KKintkKInJntnKKK I I j " I - - - - the , j , - I TBE ArAIK COUNTY NEWS though engraved on tables of Worth Knowing. L. & N. Time Xard of marble and should be concise nSUSOS In effect Monday. Dec 81. 1W3. New York Cit.v likes npnnntt? Decalogue. . as the SOUTH BOUND Gov. Wilson offered a reward Lv. Louisville Ar. Lebanom Its people consume $4,500 worth f rain I want no triumphal arches, 9:42am No.27 7:00am of $100 for the arrest and con10:04 am of them everyday. Mo. 23 8:15 am 7:40pm 5:05pm viction of the person or persons no ceremonies. I have too good No. 79 10:00 pm an opinion of myself to put any 80 pm The most expensive publicrtion, No 21 We Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill who murdered H. T. Thomson in 9:00pm 6:30pm No.93 value on such flimflams. with the least income, in New Slock ready for use. A large assortment of NORTH BOUND Webster county. Lv. Lebanon Ar. Louisvillb There is no greater coward York City is the City Record, Tbain Windows, Doors, Roofing, Colonial Columns. 7:50am o.24 5:18am Denny P. Smith. Common10:15am 0.78 7:32am which costs $1,175,000 a year. In fact we can furnish any part or ' all the 6:55 pm wealth's Attorney of the third than I am whem I am drawing 0.23 420 pm 8:15pm 628pm up a campaign. I am like a Only 88 per cent of the real fo.22 Wood, any grade desired, that is needed for judicial district, has entered the To. 92 10:15am 722am child- efficiency of a ton of coal is utiBuilding or Repair work. It will be to your Nos. 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only. race for the Democratic nomina- woman in the throes of birth. Interest to inspect our Stock and Prices. lized. The remainder is wasted? tion for Attorney General. It is peace we have conquered. A New England girl earns A primary election will be held & That is what muse be said in $100 a month growing popcorn WILHORE HOTEL in Henry county on May 27 to. Coluixit)ia, Ky. W. W. UUIliJVJORB, Prop P. nominate the Democratic candi- - every newspaper; every theatre; and making it into a kind of conwhat must be repeated in prose, fection. 6SB I90ED GSEEf5SJS33S9 CS9tt dates for State Senator and Rep- s Table in verse, even in ballads. resentative. Weighing less than fifty Good Sample Room What a thing is imagination! pounds, an electrically Feed Stable x Judge J. F. Griffin, of Rock- driven' "V A Keasowsbte Rates icastlecounty'hasannounced as Here are men who don't know machine has been invented for me, who have never seen me, scrubbing floors, jlui liic ncyuuuuaii d. CcUiuiuaLt: , . n "k TXJ fSBWWCfc - fc: GEftDYtfiLLe. KY SJ! XM r r4 iTS.UiLii'Liirio, ft ,Ci:rilKBfi W. f nomination tor btate benator in but who only know of me, and Mountains of pure marble have o 4 the Seventeenth district against they are moved by my presence; been discovered in German Sonth Jot ! they would do anything for me F. Bos worth. Joe i. Africa, the like of which are un- "The Corsican," by R. M. HUCflE S S. D. known in the world'. Deputy Jailer Morris Botts shot 0 coiaprhy Johnson: and wounded a negro who esVETERINARY SURGEON Small farmers are encouraged BLINDS 4 Wild West Munt. caped from the Glasgow jail and in Egypt by Government loans, 4 Laf-ges- t ft Wholesale Sash and Door House arrest. resisted for which 9 per cent is charged 0 in the South. York, Feb., 9. -- Six men, ancj collected by the tax gather--1 New Results of Food. all armed with heavy revolvers, ers Send your orders to us for prompt shipment We appreciate them. entered by twos at the three en-- ; and good goods. In most of the civilized coun- -' 4 should be trances to the saloon of Henry Man, physically, tries of the world, excenfc Tre-- i E. Main Street like a perfectly regulated ma- Fehn, on Upper Second avenue, ,and Itay and Special Attnetin to Eyes LOUISVILLE, KY. chine, each part working easily early in the morning. At a sig- death mte .g ,ower INCORPORATED. amQng fe Spavin or any surFistulo, in its appropiate place. A slight nal irom tne leader, all six men gical work done at fair prices 1 am males than among males. well fixed to take care of stock. Mon derangement causes undue fric- began blazing away at the mir Natives of a number of South ey due when work is done or stock tion and wear, and frequently rors and glassware. removed from stables. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec U. C. HARDWICK, Pres. J. H COCKE. V. Pres. Pacific islands makes fish hooks LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. ruins the entire system. About forty shots were fired, of mother of pearl, so bright ON BURKSYILLE STREET. n A educator of Bos- with such excellent effect that that no bait or other lure is nee- ton found a way to keep the broken glass was strewn all over essary, brain and the body in that har- the place by the time two police-- 1 1889 INCORPORATED 1861 ESTABLISHED Office 'Phone 1 A plant for manufacturing Res. 'Phone 29. which men ran up, attracted by the fu- monious jffliniiumiGFlTS commercial motor cars, which makes a joy of living. silade. Dr. James Triplet! IN DEALERS "Two years ago," she writes The bluecoats found the saloon will employ 4,000 men, is con ENGINES. EOILERS, SAW MLIS. "being in a coddition of nervous empty except the two bar- templated in Michigan. Dentist. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS exhaustion, I resigned my posi- tenders, who forwere crouching In five years the Government' LOUISVILLE tion as teacher, which I had held uninjured close to the floor be 1301 TftlKTeeNTtf-Mftl- N. re-- ( has undertaken twenty-si- x JEFFRIES BLOCK for over 40 years. Since then hind the bar, in fear of a renew- -' clamation projects representing! COLUMBIA KENTUCK) SMOKESTACKS, the entire rest has, of course, al of hostilities. an expenditure of" $60,000,000.' been a benefit, but the use of The six visitors had departed Siam imported 708 bicycles in Grape-Nut- s has removed one as suddenly and silently as they 1910 fiscal year (March 31) , but Sheet Iron and Tank Work great cause of illness in the past, came. The police believe that only . three were of American IBBnamely, constipation, and its at- they intended to rob- - the saloon make. Great Britain sent 587. tending evils. of the $600 in the till, . but were 5)enttst ' 'I generally make my entire frightened at the racket their JOBBING4VORk SOLICITED About Good Roads, OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN breakfast on a raw egg beaten revolvers caused and escaped JEFFRIES' BUILDING. 'PHONE NO. 40, RING 3. All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- t. into four spoonfuls of Grape-Nut- s, without accomplishing their Manchester Claron says: We! COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY with a little hot milk or When the fusilade began are in favor of road building by hot water added. I like it ex- there were a dozen customers sit taxation; 5 cents on the $100, tremely, my food assimilates, ting in a back room. and my bowels take care of themAccording to the police, 4he in - and if that is not enough make H. Stone, it 50 cents, for if we had a good selves. I find my brain power vaders were probably delegates Attoncy-At-La26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD and physical endurance much from a notorious East Side gang, system of roads in Clay county f Will practice in this and adjoining counties. We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long greater and I know that the use the "Hawks," which has been every foot of land now selling ;Grape-Nu- ts for $1 would be selling for $10. has contributed terrorizing' the neighborhood for as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights of Kentucky, Jamstovvn, : and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. some time pastlargely to this result. Princeton News: Some things 53 INCH is with feelings of grati-- j 'It we need. Better roads, DR. M. L JONES Running Into Debt. 50 INCH tude that I write this testimoni-- i greater population, more facto Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist, 42INCH al, and trust it may, be the I new schoo) 1 know of nothing outside of ries, more houses, XXXxxlJMk Columbia, Kentucky. means of aiding others in their crime which has caused so much buildings, more boosters and search for health." Name giv- - suffering in this world as Debt, more knockers to help boost; j&y 26IKCH iiAAAftArtKAAAnnAAAAHAnAliR" rr jwc fi en by Postum Co., Battle Creek There is nothing which ages one more civic pride and less preju-mor- e SMico. than the worry and anx-- ; dice. This is not a dream. It's .J Read the little book, "The iety of debt. 'The constant fear possible of. reality. Caldwell iT fm; illond to Wellville" in pkgs. that one may lose his home or county can have it all if the peo- itrt. yUKaaJtea i.WMCt''J . Mtm "l ibiA.'(UAKU bi rut; tLLwoos nuit in sia ntiunis "There's a Reason.'. position, or be involved in law-- ; pie say so. Special attention given tr u4rr. Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. suits and not being able to take MadisonuilIe Hustler:' Evil. hayings of Napoleon. Our other of the Exe. Poll visits 1 - 'ita. and til . Brutes. Diseases which care of those dependent upon f armers are m Has large barn near M. u. .v's blio? n one -- these are the things which for dirt roads in taxes and in be- - Bomar Ueltfhts- - ofriw lR barn 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. A constitution should be short sap the juices of. life, and dry ing hampered in moving their Louisville, Ky. and obscure; up every source of, enjoyment crops and in having to provide When it comes to conspiracy, Everywhere we find men in mid- extra teams and in valuable The Roundup. Sales of Canadian peaches in dle age who have no homes time every year than the cost of everything is permissible. England, after deducting expenThe less luck a man has the ses, averaged abcut 40 cents a See that proprieties are ob- or property, and practically no j rock roads, and once the rock dozen to the shippers. served and that nothing ridicu- savings ahead, not because of' roads are built the expense is Adair County more he believes in itincompetency, but comparatively small to maintain laziness or Henry II of France was the lous is done. When Cupid shoots an arrow first man towear a pair of silk I had rather talk to soldiers because they have spent the very them. Some will say they are his victim feels the quiver. stockings, though cloth hose had than to lawyers. Those make best years of their life paying up in favor of rock roads if every The proud peacock of today been worn for some time. old debts; in trying to get out road in the countylis to be rocked, me nervous. may be only a feather duster toAn electrical device has been from under business complica and are opposed to them unless I have tried not to be the, man morrow. perfected to thaw out frozen waAnd tions of many years standing. every road is rocked, The counA woman may not be able to ter pipes without opening the of a partv. I refused to be the Every dollar earned is. mort- ty will never get rock roads that tool of any party. vote, but she possesses a strong ground. gaged. way, and the useless expense COurier-Journ- al The, various German states veto power. Strike hard at any onei WhoOne Every man. is born with a back maintain seventy schools in ever he may be, who shows the ana waste win continue to oe a Palls Victim to Thieves. upon our farmers until bone, but matrimony sometimes horseshoeing, with courses of first sign of wabbling. S. W. Bends, of Coal City, Ala., has burden from one to' six months. Year For removes it. (Capture that rascal Georges a justifiable grievance. Two thieves they wake up and, get a public stole his health for twelve years. sentiment aroused in favor blood thrown out by the The The word's output of coal for dead or alive. If you ever catch of They were a liver and kidney trouble. mile's an hour 1909 was estimated at l,li0000,-00- 0 heart travels seven him, have him shot within 24 Then Dr. King's New Life Pills throt starting the workSwhere it will tons of.2,204.6 pounds each. tled them. He's well now. Uilivaled" do the most good and gradually or '4,292,000 miles in. a lifetime i for Constipation, Malaria, Headache, increase of eight hours. This was an of sevety years. ' 2oCi at PauU Drug Co. extending it from year to .year. asiDy8PePa,a Penal law should read million tbns over 1908. Kentucky News. Attention! ! V Sandusky Co. mi ; Firat-Cias- . o$m;. v. Sash, Doors, Blinds, vjiuiusiu Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. ft i . . . 1 ! Crenshaw jPpHSf& i 211-2- 15 V4 'I , , Poll-evi- l, ; j j W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co well-know- f 40-- mncfiiisTS on i j ; i3E2SE - m JfeL j g)r, 5, Bunbar ig5Si pur-pos- . ELLWOOD WIRE FENC Joseph w j -- I - 'SJUUUUXM -- j j .r i,k xxz& j H ! j i jJfc-fti!- v-- j i i j i ! Dte-a- ea , 1 DEHLER BROS., ; , , i The - j. ,,News r.y - i . $1.50. 1 i j rf i I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Coburg. Why Suffer ? Are you one of the thousands of woman wlio suffer from female ailments'? If so. don't he disnmir-aged, go to your druggist and get a bottle of Wine of varaui. un tne wrapper are lull directions tor use. During: the last half centurv. Cardui has hp.fin established in thousands of homes, as a safe remedy ior pain wiiicn only women endure. It is reliable, contains no harmful ingredients and can be depend ed on in almost any case. 1 Weather conditions have been favorable the last few weeks, and farmers have advanced with their winter breaking, cleaning burning and fencing. Plant-be- d is backward, very few being burnt at present. Born, to the wife of R. L Faulkner last week, a ten pound boy. CARDUI It Will Help Yon h-in- d -- A singing with Norman Johng son as leader, was held at school house last Sunday Co-bur- J 34 "writes: Mrs. Charles Brasrer. of Sweetser. Intl..7 - finWInT Sim ? ccj' w..vj. ruw "Tongue cannot tell how much Cardui has done for me. . . T 11 x jjciuie T 1ueguii xl x uuang uaraui i- coma not ao a days work. 1 would work awhile and lie down. I shall alwavs eive nraisc in vnnr medicine." Try Cardui. -- - - .. AT ALL DRUG- - STORES ima recently Unless the examination of witinstituted by the Vermillion nesses still to be heard results in county grand jury in Danville, a general breakdown of enough 111., to investigate the alleged witnesses to open up a general The probe that was" trafficking that inquiry, even the court officials has been ruling in that district say that no further developwill end in smoke, it is said. ments may be expected. wholesale vote i ? X5X90sXSKsxxS S) g WEEKLY GOURIER -- 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 year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS For $1.50 if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, S6.00 Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr $208 We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. (5- - j) M i) Pickett C. e Tobacco Warehouse INDEPENDENT A. BRIDGES & Co. PROPRIETORS A. Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky. W. G. BRIDGES CHAS- BRIDGES Four Months Storage Free Give -us a trial. - We Guarantee to Please you r , . Table supplied With the Best the Marker'Affords Meals, 35c I I " MILLEN HOUSE. M. B. MILLEN &' CO!,i Proprs ' 6Y Located on Railroad St., one' square east of L: N.' Station Lebanon, - Kentucky. Farmers are beginning to husEditor of News: tle around getting things ready As I have never seen a letter to put in their crops. from this part, I will endeavor PyrtlS. A new church is to be built Mr. and Mrs. Willie Burton to say a few words. near Kellyville by the Cumber- visited at Mr. Pat McQueary's I have been in Oklahoma near Hes- land Presbyterians. Ben Plenty of rain and mud in our Sunday, and Miss Cord and Miss about four months and it seemed camp is the contractor. community. Martha McQueary visited at the to me at first like a forsaken Will the tobacco raisers cuti Miss Flora PioWf-- is nn Hip same place also on Sunday. place, but after I remained a out the 1911 crop, or raise the sick list. A quiet wedding took place few days I saw I was entirely pool it? It seems to . Dr. L. C. Nell of Gradyville. last Sunday, but it was not a mistaken. weed and Farming is the question in was called to the bedside of Mrs surprise to their many friends. greatest industry; cotton, maze be the Kentucky at present. It seems w. Keltner last Friday who The contracting parties were Mr. and sugar corn are the principal impossible for farmers to become ' js very s John Powell to Miss Belle McEl - crons. Sol think that hv thp a unit on anything, so why not Roy. Rev. J. D. Burton officiat - ' time I reach Kentucky I will be Mr A Firkin the the government take hold of the known a regular bank buster, but at merchant of Cane Valley ed. Do away with .... L u .i. ncv. dUC Mrs. Ella Burton who has been this time the busting goes the tobacco situation. t WHO VIS1L1U& lllO UIUU1C1 t. the tax on tobacco in its present sick for some time, is better at other way; the bank does the Firkin q Keltner last week" -- . ana tax tne acreage or tne ,. , iorm, At- th? Hmo w nooro ...- -. & mr. j. a. Diddle or urady vine, this writi by allotment. Fix the farmer was transacting business in our The road is in a wonderful m need of ram as we can't farm vote at so much tobacco per acre, much until we have some ram. condition. ,. community one day last week. and allow only so many acres The sale of Mr. Wesley Willis',1 S Woold"de has gone to- every ou or iuu acres Married on the 9th, Mr Ben!, tooacco to ' Friday was largely attended. town today for the purpose of of land owned by the individual Coffey to Miss Maggie Releford, selling a team; Jake McFarland Miss Vernie Burton visited farmer. In this way the gov- Rev. R. F. Payne officiating. says he hopes he will sell so he Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Keltner Mis3 Berfc and Pearl Burton ernment could derive its regular will not have so many to feed, income, fix the amount of pro - and little daughter Daisy, of Sunday. but Jake has to be doing som- eThere was prerching Saturday duction, and thus regulate the Gradyville, spent Saturday and thing if he does'n work all the' night at Purdy school house. price both for the farmer and Sunday at C. W. Keltners. time he get's homesick and has manufacturer. Mr. Edd Pickett and wife of There has been quite an ep- - to crv. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Mc- ,. ...L Bridgeport, were visiting the idemic of whooping couerh in r:.i... s i.v.. i... ii r iiiihv v iimu iiwv luun wirLT iiiir Three Springs. formers parents, Mr. W. S.Pick- - this vicinity, but it will soon be is better at this time. aLuujr uigiib aim ouuuay. a uun ui uieydMu Mr Alva McFarland came here Thinking that a few items Revs. Payne and Scott closed Mr. F. W. McQueary made a (from Denmark, Ky., and being from here might be of interest to very successful meeting at uusmeas trip to uoiumoia one notified f davs fM your many readers, I will drop Morris chapel last week. day last week. father's serious illness has reyou a few lines. . G. D. Vance was visiting Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Burton turned home. Mrs. S. L. Wool- I am just home from a birth- - relatives near Keltner a few days visited at Mr. and Mrs. John dridge and little daughter, Ella day dinner given Mr. Sam H. last week. Burton's last Saturday night. were the guests of Mrs. L. O. Myers, in honor of his fiftieth, Mr G L. vire of KeltnePfWas Mr. W. M. McQueary who has McKinley Saturday and Sunday, anniversary. From early in the at the bedside of his sister, Mrs. been in Denton, Collin county, The Endeavor at the Mt. Zion many friends and morning his w Keltner last sund Texas, for the last four years, church is progressing nicely, everybody taking a part, relatives from Hart, Barren, Hogs are scarce and high in has come back to Kentucky to Melcalfe and Green counties make his home. He was not at! MrT K C Chaney has been on our community. ! L 1' j came to congratulate him and all well when he came home, but, tne S1CK ust Ior a Iew aays- Messrs. Thomas Baker and partake of one of the finest dinWould love t0 see a Ietter from James Nelson will start for 111., is some better now. Sewellton for it would be a new ners ever seen such a dinner as It begins to look like planting the 15 of this month. thing. H. C. wake up and see his lovely wife knows how to ' community gardens. prepare. Many nice caKes were Severnl from our the train go by. Mrs. Anderson Redmon visited attended the opening of the brought, and the presents were! Success to the News her daughter, Mrs. Lou McQuery ' Gradyville State vjBank. Owen McKinley. numerous. One h u n d r e d and i ' several days of last week. ten ate their dinner, and all Messrs. Allen Kemp and Thos. Mrs. F. W. McQueary has a Tortured for 5 Years. seemed to eniov themselves to Baker were at Bridgeport last piece of newspaper in her poss- - by a Sunday. stomach trouble that the very utmost. Sam Myers is ession that was printed Septem- - baffled doctors, and resisted all reme- Rev. R. F. Payne is folding a a man liked by every one, and' is doing tvell, and a more excellent series of meeting at Antioch this ber the 10th, 1825. It is the Co-- It dies he tried, John W. Modders, of lumbia Reporter, was her Moddersville, Mich., seemed doomed. woman than his wife (nee Izora week. He had to sell his farm and give up Wheeler, ) can not be found in , Born to, the, wife of Mr. Ctem grand father's. work. His neighbors said, "he can't the world. He is chairman of Coomer a girl. Mother, and child live much longer." "Whatever I ate Casey Creek. distressed me," he wrote, "till I tried ' Educational Division. No., 2, (20 doing well. Electric Bitters, which worked such districts;) President of American .) i I can- now wonders ior me Society ,of. Equity of, his Lodge; Mr. Crit Collins who has been things, I could notthat for years. eat MEN and WOMEN, sell guaranteed tak,e It's a member of the 'Board of Con- hose. 70 per. centf' profit. I Make $10 sick for some time is reported sure a grand remedyfor stomach troudaily. Full or part time. Beginners ble." Just as good for the liver asd. trol of the Burley Tobacco So- investigate. Wear Proof, 3038 Chest- better at this writing. Every bottle guaranteed-On- ly kidneys. ' ciety; a member of the County nut St:, Philadelphia, Pa. 2 50c at Paull Drug Co. Mrs. R. H, Tucker visited Mrs ; ( Mrs. Vick Donan, (nee Grady) takes the News, and is a hustling business woman. She owns and runs two good farms and a drug store, and is making a success. known. A. S. Edwards is making moFriday at noon while the car- neyowns a fine farm and store penters were at dinner, the new and a more peaceable citizen can house being erected and alrrns not be fonnd. completed for Mr. Gore, of near We are all for James Garnett Romine, caught fire and was for Attorney General, and ex- burned to the ground. Hen ties- - nect to see him elected. camp, the contractor, lost his Olie Jones is at Sam Myers, tools with a valuable tool chest and is working like a good felformerly owned by his father. low. The loss is probably five or six ' To my Adair county friends 1 hundred dollars. will say, that we are well satis John Allen Martin and wife, fied and a more hospitabie peo of St Louis, Mo., formerly of, pie can not be found. near Camp Knox, arrived here Democrats are plentiful here, last week. He has returned, Ernest V. Thompson, leaving his wife with relatives Three Springs, Hart Co. until her health improves. - afternoon. C. C. Christie, of Haskinsville, with two wagons loaded with burley tobacco went to Spring field last week, and' sold on the loose leaf market. Price not Board of Education; member of D. C. Collins Saturday. Craycraft. Horse Cave High School Board; Mr. Leslie Cox bought 'of Miv. member of Democratic county We ' F- Kare having excellent weath - - - atay ton one horse, price committee, and trustee of sub- unknown. t er for the month of February, district No., 63, and one of the Mr- - BiIlie Lindsey and daugh-star- ted Mr. U. M. Grider, of this place best working Democrats in Kenfor the city of Louisville ter Miss Fannie visited Mr. T. J. tucky. He was raised here, and Chelf Saturday. on Feb. 10. you can see that his neighbors Miss Grace Gabbert visited Mr. Walker Bryant was in this ' love to honor him. He was one Jennye Wolford Saturday night, of the charter members of the neighborhood looking at some Mr. David Eastridge who was News, and takes it yet, and is timber. Mr. Porter Murrell and family teaching a winter school at this always ready to speak a good will start for the State of Illinois Place nas closed on account o f word for it. bein disabled to teach, Jim, Henry and Robert Irvine the 20th, of this month. We re- -' Born to the wife of Mr, H. K. live here, and are good Dem- gret to give upMr. Murrell and his estimable family. Ford the fifth, a girl. ocrats. t j ! j 1 i 1 ! " , Mr. W. T. Hendrickson and Misses Irene and Emma Mur- rell are attending school at the son Welby of Hatcher were a t L. W. T. S, and are getting along this place Saturday, nicely. Mr. Ray Williams of Plumpoint About all of the typhoid feve-- visited his Father Mr. J. A. has diminished, but there are Williams', several cases of the Florida fever. Mr. E. W. Smith bought of Mr. C. W. Bryant is going to Mr. B. B. Walker a horse. Texas for his health, as he is not Mr. L. Y. Gabbert moved to in good health. his farm near Gadberry. Mr. G. T. Bryant sold .a yoke Misses Pernie and Ersie Stay-to- n of oxen last week. Price $50. visited Mrs W. C. Wolford's Rev. John Sullivan visited in Tuesday night. this community this week. Mr. Mont Gabbert left Mr. G. G. Blair and family Lexington Tuesday. and Mr. J. A. Richards were the Mr. Guy Jones spent last Sunguests of Mr. G. T. Bryant last day night with Mr. Ira Jones of Sunday. Elkhorn. i j for Purdy. Mangum, OKIa. j . all-absorb- ; I a I ! j , i i i - ihm-sfinoI - , - j ! -- i j . j j I a ! j J? T ! 1 cure-defyi- ng j , ! - 1 14-1- t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Cane Valley. girl, and we hope sr e will do well. Mrs. Mollie Hudson has reThe farmers bave been quite o old summer time has turned home from a visit to her Ta busy in.this locality for .the past bei. .i:i uj for the past few son and family at Glenville. week, burning plant beds.break-- . the day a. Mrs. Jnsse Bryant was ing corn ground, etc. j gupr of Mrs. Kent Bryant Wed- - ' wlu-a- t and grass is The Mr. P. H. Bridgewatef, one ot nday. iiu ft e m tms section. our oldest and most respected Mrs J.n.Mupinand daughter, The me s'es me a' thing of citizens, who was severely hurt Miss Tommie visited at Mr. G. the past in this section. some time ago by his falling, is G Reynolds last Tuesday. Dr. L. C. Nell was at Edmonimproving. He is now able to go niradyvUfe. 1 returned last Thursday night from the Louisville tobacco market, where they have been to sell their "1910 crop. We did not learn the prices obtained. Miss Cattie Wilson of Green county, was visiting relatives in this community several days of last week. Mill-tow- s Me$$M 1 have $ $$' - Mr. Albert went to Columbia on business Friday. Mr. Combs bought one cow and calf from G. G. Reynolds for $30. Richard Reeves bought a pair of mules from parties near, un- We are gla ; to note that we Bliss last week paying as we npnr SR0O will have machinery nere in a rWcrand Mr. Cort Bryant and sister, short time th-t- cai. usj our hickory timber. It w ill Vi used in Miss Lena attended the musical connection wiui the saw mill at association at Russell Springs thi:? p tna will be operated last Sunday. by Messrs. Baker & Morrison of It would surprise some people Columbia. 10 know the amount of produce t tended the fun C. 0. shipped from Adair and Russell Wagons eral of M r. Green Rodgers at county almost daily Pleasant Ridge church last Thurs- - loaded witn eggs and poultry, day.- . pass this place enroute to ColumD:ed, on the loth, Mrs. Everett bia from Russell Springs. Also Cook, with a complication of our Adair county hucksters make disease?. S ie had been a suffer weekly calls on our merchants. er for a numuer of years. The Casev CreeK. remains viv interred in tlie family cemetry near Gaiter. She Mrs. E. E. Sanders is on the te&v s a dev ted husband ari eM'-iv,v,o have tire sympathy ; sick list. The chiuvh at this p!a';e ha this :aimanity in tins ther a Laura AUle ts e the contractors. no preacher at present. " j&tvirs of affliction joins J. C. Eradshaw tax We are having a fw sunijy ' Mr. Lena Dcoley was visiiir. 2 46 nd cost, foi tleyeaJ 1910 Mr. W. L. Wilson and wife giandmother, Mrs. Sal'! days and the farmers are taking W want 10 tender our maiiK.---t shou.d ie pitied. Lemuol Coomer 95' acifs joins Baru, , last Wednesday nigh Woli'otd Bros, have located will remove to Louisville in a advantage of them. Mr. Paik .iitchd of Eamurj-lOi- , Oscar Graves, tax and ynar 1910 cost 484 thiiMtjd Millu.an of that their mui at this place, and are few days. Mr. Wilson will work im Gibbon f.r t.f joins D. C Mr. Welby Shepherd and .'J.1 s Mr and Mrs. W, F. Neat visit- 20 acres Mosaic Lumber Company. good dfetti of lumber. for the cifc fur pi esentm us ith a cutting u ed at J. F. Neat's Friday night. olwiuida Dooley, of this pip co, Humes, tux and cot for 4 38 the ., enr M0 we CANE VALLEY NO 2. er..ed the Ruaeell Sprinfr -.sack of the fine- -t fljur The Caaey creeic and Wilson The singing given at the home Iladley 15 acres joins hive had or a tin e. It is cer- creek turnpike is completed, and of Mr. W. F: Alkou last Tues- - Teac'.ers Association, test SunH. Melson tax and cost Pretty weather gives farmers 1 G6 for the 1910 tainly a high raie in every par- - toligates are up. day night was largely attended dy- a chance to burn plant beds and Mrs, M. J. Montgomery Ml ' ticular and we Lake great pleasMessrs. G. L. and J. M.'Woi-forMisses Lena Dooley Orr.i and enjoj ed by ail. acres joins M. F. Monta goo'd mauy of them taking adanyone ure in commending it to gomery, tax and cost ferwere in Campbelisvilie on vantage of Miss LulaRoyse was the gueai Whued, Mary Curry, and Pink it. G 27 tile year 1910 that wants a g'xa brand of flour business Wednesday. of Miss Flora Bee Collins Tue&-- . Burton all spent Sunday evening ' Wheat is looking better in this Tnos. Plilliam 1532 acres joins Graens-bur!1 Misses Ocie and Allie Bur- Mr. H. H. Moss, of Henry Bardin, tax and day night. Mr. Mc C. Goude, of Campbells- locality, oats doing fairly well. for the year 1910 co?t called in to see us while en- - ville, was here on business Little Eva Neat is no becter at tor' and had a delightful time. 8S 78 credit by SS5 00 So far as we are able to learn - route to his mill near Sparks ville Mr. Wesley Burton and wife Thursday and Friday S. E. Yates (N R) 182 acres this writing. not a very large acreage of tojoins Robt. Johnson, tax one day last week. Mr. . A. Williams and son Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Chapman spent Sunday with Mrs. Octanie' and cost for the year 1910 25 35 bacco will be put out in this loMont, were in Campbellsville and children, Mr. ana Mrs. Ebt Cole. WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 4. cality. Ozark Wednesday. Mrs. S. J. Dooley spent Sun- Ed Coomer 50 acres joins Jesse Holmes and httle daughter, Etta R. B. Wilson made a business Breeding, tax and cost Mr. J. W. Sanders who has Business of all kinds is prowere visitii.g Mr. and Mrs. Wal- - ay with her sister, Mrs. Malin- 3 79 for the year 1910 trip to Greensburg the latter part J.T.Compton 100 acre.--, joins L gressing nicely in this communi- been gone from here for several of last week. ter Chapman, McGnha last Sun- - & Burton, R Bardin, tax and cot Misses Malinda and Lena Doo- day. ty. Farmers have a great deal years, returned, a few days ago, 4 84 for th" year I9l0 Mrs. Mamie Hartfield of near imre work done than usual at an-- his many fiiends were glad Camp Knox, was visiting the Loucilla Go van 12) acres joips Miss Clara Robertson, Absher, ley were fche guests of Mrs. Bra- J O Moore, tax and cost. t is time of the year. Our merch- to see him. who has been visiting our neigh- - zilla Cofer last Friday night. 3 41 for the year 1910 family of Grover Judd one day ants are kept busy and the ring Mr. John Neat's little daughtMr. Gabriel Webb has' just borhood for several days has re.lack Napier 25 acres joins R O last week. ' Keltner, tax and cost for is heard early and completed a nice dwelling house. of the anvil turned home. Come again Clara er, Eva, is quite sick at this writ3 33 the year 1910 The young people of this'neigh- late. Mr. Webb is a nephew of Howwe are always glad to welcome ing. Marshal Roach 72 acres joins hnvVmnrl rmllprl nflF n hicr nnnnrl Tom Cole, tax and cost you. The family of Mr. Coombs ar- ard Webb, of Glensfork. Mrs. Sillar Burton's little son party at Mr. Joe Turner's on last 3 78 for the year 1010 Mr. Charlie Harrison, an old rived last Saturday night from Misses Avis Walkup, Nona who has had Diptheria, has about G A. Shirley 10 asres joins D. Saturday. G Taylor, tax and cost Va. Mr. Coombs came to this and respected citizen died at his Chapman and Mabel Sallee were recovered. Willie Wilson has accepted a 3 16 for the year IOlO ago, with a view home on Green river, near Neats-burplace some time the guests of Misses Hattie and Mrs. Cordie Gooden and little C. Walker 75 acres position with a company in Louis- Mrs. the 11th, of pneumonia. to locating . He rented the propTuesday night. Grace Conover joins Jno. Thurman tax daughter, Clarcie, were visiting I 99 and cost for the year 1910 erty of Mr. Milt Powell and went Mr. Richard T. Wethingto'n ville, and left for that Point the Miss Ada Bryant is quite sick her mother, near this place, last Asil Wilcox 10 acres joins D.G. housekeeping Monday. days ago, first of last week. to near here, died a few Sunday night. Taylor, tax and cost for at this writing. These pretty days bring out 3 13 the year 1910 Tupman has been of a complication of diseases, afMr. Ben Mrs. Fannie Antle and little was visitMiss uncle Tom Dudgeon and his auto COLNRED IN DISTRICT NO 4. an illness of several days. very low for three weeks at the ter ing Mias Avis Walkup Tuesday. daughter, Alma, were visiting 'osh Taylor 50 acres joins Geo. home of his brother, Mr. Henry The carpet rag tacking at Mr. buggy, and we are glad to see Ptrson, tax and cost fo-The singingx at Concord last Mrs. Minnie Whited last Sunday. Tupman. 1910 3 33 Wednesday night, him enjoying the rides. He is F. H. Chelf 's the year Mrs. Minnie Burton was visitSunday evening was largely atabout 81 years old and enjoys Mrs. H, A. Travis 14 acres Mr. Jasper Bryant is visiting was largely attended, and enjoying Mrs. Rose Sinclair last Suntended. joins R. G, Wil.Non, tax reasonably good health for a man Campbellsville. ed by all present. IWI0 I 99 relatives in and cost for the year Miss Avis 'Walkup was the day. of his age. , IN DISTRICT NO 5 WHITES Mrs. Mabel Allison, of Clem-Murreli and family Mr. Porter guest of Mrs. Mont Stephens last Mrs. Rosie Curry was visiting B. H. Gilpen of Campbellsville Mrs. Delila Coomer 25 acres will leave next Monday for 111. , entsville, visited her sister, Mrs. joins Clem Coomer, tax Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Whited last Thursday evening. was calling on the merchants 1 99 and cost for the year 1910 their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Nora Burress, Thursday. The bad roads in this commu- Sunday. here last Thursday, also W. R. T. W. Shirley 75 acres joins S. " 1 ' are excellent people, alMurreli ' S. Wilson, tax and cost Mr. James Curry, wife and nity are getting so people can Lyon same place. FOXES WANTED. 5 33 ways having a cheerful word for for the year 1910 travel some better, hope it will childred were visiting their parWes Edwards was here last $2.00 to S2.5Q. WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 6. everybody. We regret to give Grey and Bed Foxes : 50to 1.00 stay dry a few days longer. ents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Richard BurSauirrels looking H. C. Harmon 48 acres joins Jno. Thursday from 75to them and their bright little boy Coons Foster, tax and cost for ton, last Sunday night. 4 68 And Express. for cattle. the year 1910 to-wi- ton one day the first of the week. G E. Nell is in Louisville this wee!: sel ing tobacco. Herschei nerriil and family will leave us in the near future for the Lone Star State. Mr. John Holladay, who has been teaching bchuo! here for the past month on so closed his school last Friday. Messrs. S. C. Neat, P. V. Oris-soand George Staples made our town last week in the interest of groceries. Mr. S. A. Harper closed a deal last week that put him in possession of a nice io: f stave ;i nber. -m Misses Annie Reynolds and Annie Harden were guests of Mrs. Sallie Bryant last Thursday night. Mrs. Loren Kell visited her . parents poorly. at Esto last,week. Mrs. T. J. Bryant remains very J. C. Montgomery visited Mrs. Porter Murreli at Craycraft, Thursday. Mrs. John Bell and Mrs. I j t iv-- e M-s- ? . - n . n Miss Montra Thomas of was visiting her sister Mrs. about and wjll probably reach Ed Hancock, several days of last Columbia in a short time. week. Mr. Elijah Sublett, who at one Wyatt Feese made a business good line of Field seeds. time was one of the best known trip to 'Campbells ville last FriJ. li. Phelps. men in Adair county, is quite day; feeble at this writing, but in no immediate danger. He is eighty-fiv- e Sherriff Sale of Land for Taxes. years old and has been conOn Monday March G lull, at the fined to his bed since last May. door in Columbia, Ky., the He is yet very much interested same being the first day of a regular 3 41 day with Mrs. S. G. cost for the year 1910 term Dooley at the Adair county court, I will in affairs of Adair county, also offer of the highest bidder for cash in COLORED IN DISTRICT NO 6. to this place. the State and nation. He is a hand the following described tracts ot Mary L. Johnson (N R) J acre joins F. P. Rice, tax ard Mr. Ras Sutton, of Columbia, constant reader and keeps in land or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy 17 cost for the year 1910 the tax and cost due for the year 1910 was visiting his parents at this touch with the world. He lives by the following named persons Anderson Massie If acres joins place, Saturday and Sunday. Tom Murreli, tax and cost in 2 of a mile of Cane Valley, but WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 1. 3 10 1910 for the year Mrs. Mil ford Burton, who has has not been to the Place for R. C Bean 00 acres joins G F. Jno I. Smith 74 acres joins Pike, tax and cost for the been sick for some time, is no June Giove, tax and cost twenty-fiv- e vears More than S V .V uosr 101 n 441 for the year 1910 v " j J" ' better. irty years ago was nis .astjL Hovioug acres jo;ns WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 7. visit to Columbia. Masters Chester and Elvin Sam Bottom, tax and cost COLORED IN DISTTICT NO 7. 4 !9 for the year 15)10 Dooley were visiting their sister, Sallie Banker I acre joins Jo Dr. E. A. Waggener and Mr. Lewis Hdrs N R 150acres Johnson, tax and cost for J- w- - Thompson, two old veterans joins z. D. Sanders, tax j 0 Mrs. Nora Smy the, the latter the year 1910 5 32 year miu and cost tor the part of the week. "of the Confederacy, were in Cane Jno. M.Grady 3 acres joins Geo. ;,). w. vvoou da acres joins .10 Smith, Tax and cost for Misses Beatrice and Pinkie Valley last Wednesday. Theyi Woody, tax and coat for 4 jy the year 1910 1910 the year Breeding and Mrs. Kate Sutton met a number of friends and Jo Johnson I acre joins Martha COL jRED IN DISTRICT NO 1. Wade, tax and cost for spent Saturday evening with many interesting incidents of! t to the year 1910 Mrs Margrett Crow 50 acres Misses Lena and Malinda Doo-lethe civil war were related. There T. H Murray (heir) 80 acres joins Jo Bottom tax and 4'I joins J. P Hutchinson, cost for the year 1910 is but one old Confederate sold-- 1 tax and cost for the year W J. Fitchpatrick (N. R ) 27 Mr. Joe Green Burton, wife ier in the Cane Valley country 1910 II 04 acres joins W. H. Carney ifVi Mary Winfrey J acre joins J. and fViiMrAn cnonh Rnnrlov Mr. Creed Hood. tax and cost for the year T. Page, Tax and cost 2 02 1910 Jake Bault, Ed Hancock, Wm 3 41 their parents, Mr. Jim Bryant, for the year 1910 WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 2 of near MaGaha. Ed Waggener 3 acres joins Givens and a Mr. Keltner return- Mrs. N. H. Bryant 21 acres Frank McClure, tax and joins Jim Rt'dmon, tax ed from the Louisville tobacco Mrs. Maiissa Burton, of Watcost for the year 1910 1 5)0 and cost tor the year 191U son, was visiting her brother, market a few days ago. They J. P. Conovcr (N R) 130 acres WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 7 A Sam Shreve I town lot in Codisposed of wha they had on joins W. P. Jeffries, tax Mr. John Ed Burton, of near lumbia, tax and cost for 15 SI For the year 1910 and cost Watson, rhis week. the market at satisfactory prices S G5 74 the year 1910 Tarter 70 acres joins S. S. Williams, tax and cost Mr. Wm. R.Hutchison is build Mrs. Snrah Burton and Miss A. D. Pnuefou. S. A. C. G IS for the year 1910 Dellns visiting Mr?. ing a residence on main street, Gariin. WHITES IN JISTRICT NO o. rMufcitJurton were Wood .Juddand J. C. Sublett are 3urton, Sunday. (N R) 1C ccourt-hous- e t: I taken charge of PHELPS BROS. HOTEL and will endeavor to run same to the satisfaction of old and new customers. Livery ana" Feed stable in connection with the HQTEL. Special pains taken in the care and feeding of stock. I will also continue in the Implement and Hardware Business and carry a ,,., - ; 1 1 -- i ' , ! j 1 t , I I y. i - : - hr , tht' j Mrs.-Ros- a ' , d , g J-- I j j i g, JV1. ( Grace-Conov- er : C-vi- lle and girl up. Send name of your express office In flist Miss Annie . Harden, place is going to 111., days. Annie is an industrious of this letter. in a few t& - , W. T. UODGEN, Box232 , ' . t K'J ICy 'IV - -- T Campbellsville, ,w-'-- Hogs' are scarce as hen teeth in this lbcatily and hard to get. j t.i ir' i '.VIHTTli ,5 i' W. T. Givens and Ed Hancock r: R, W. Morrison 128 acres joins G. P.JWatson (heirs,) tax and cost for the year 1910 M.ME.iPilte (N'R) 16 ecres joins ' , Eugene Pike, r tax and Vester. Mr. and Mrs. 4 06 Charley Sutton Mr. Frank Burton, wife and were visiting Mr." "Jeff Reynolds, children, of MaGaha, spent Sun- - last sunday. ? v -' - f.f 90)