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The Adair County news: March 1, 1911 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1911 ada1911030101_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: March 1, 1911 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r mm VOLUMF XIV MjL jk COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, fllttttll Hetnl KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY MARCH I, 1911. NUMBER 17 New Church Building. Commissioner's Sale. KENTUCKY. Geo. J. Hurt, Plaintiff, E. A. McKinley &c, ) By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the May Term, thereof, 1910, in f the Columbia Baptist Church last Sunday afternoon, it was decided that the Cnurch erect a new house for worship, an i all the necessary CDmmt.ees were selected and requested to report n Wednesday evening March the 8th. It is the intention to build a brick edifice with modern conveniences, on the same site the present church stands, and while plans have already been submitted by Rev. Butler Arvin, jet the committee will submit this proposition co a skilled architect and within the time above mentioned, hope to be able to furnish a drawing that will have the approval of all interested. The drawing submitted by Rev. Arvin appeals strongly to all who have seen it, and will doubtless meet the ap proval of the architect with some small changes. There was a good part f the money subscribed last Sunday, and as the committee has so short a time in which to secure the remainder we urge every member or every person who desires to aid in this glorious work to come forward at the earliest hour possible and subscribe. You save the committee much trouble by calling on some member at once. Every member should give and do it at once. A. S. Chewning, C S. Harris, R. H. Durham, G. P. Smythe. At a meeting of the "ir?ale members ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, THE PIANO CONTEST. MANAGED BY ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND RUSSELL & CO. Jo N. Conover, W. A. Coffey, John N. Conover, Committee. Acquitted of frlurder Charge. , Jo Zach Hays, of color, charged with assassinating Theodore Burress, also colored, in Jamestown, some time last Summer was tried in the Russell circuit court last Friday and Saturday. On account of a former trial seventy-fiv- e men from Adair county were summoned from which to select a jury. A jury composed of the following gentlemen was completed at the noon hour Friday and the taking of testimony commenced in the afternoon. There were twenty or thirty witnesses, and th- - argument did not comemence until Saturday night. There was much 'speculation as to the verdict, but all doubts were dispelled when the jury filed into the court room, about 12 o'clock, and rendered a verdict of acquittal. The jury was composed of the following gentlemen who reside in Adair county: Evan Akin, H C Feese, Thos. John Blair, John B. Coffey, Allen Walker, Marvin Young, J. B Grant, H. B. Garnett, Virgil Hurt. Frank Wheeler, F P. Bryant. The defense was represented by Mr. Rollin Hurt, of Columbia, Mr N. H. "W. Aaron, Indianapolis, and Mr. J. H. Stone, of the Jamestown bar. The State was represented by A. A. Commonwealth's Attorney, and J. N. Meadows County Attorney. Hud-dlesto- jury getting the case about late in the afternoon Saturday, the 9 o'clock the above cause, for the sum of eight ' hundred sixty-thre- e 100 doland 47 lars with the interest at the rate of 6 How End of 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 Week's Voting. at the 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 therabouc (eing COUNTERS, J. W. FLOWERS, BRUCE MONTGOMERY AND ROBERT County Court) upon a creditsix months the following described property towit: Two certain tracts of land lying on the waters of Sulphur Fork Creek. Ballots cast in Piano contest to Monday night, 7 p.m., Feb 27, 1911. 1st tract containing 681 acres and the Nellie Follis, Columbia 2nd tract 78 acres and for full descripRose Hunn, Columbia tion reference is made to the Judgment .. Mrs. J. C. Browning, Miillown orders and pleadings in above styled Ethel Moore, Purdy action. Julia Price, Bliss , For the purchase price, the purchaser , Madge Rorienfield, 'Columbia .' with approved surety or securities, Mrs C. M. Russell, Columbia .;........ must, execute Bond, bearing legal inAlva Knight, Jamestown . ..'.... terest from day of sale until paid, and Bell Butler, Columbia .' having tho force and effect of a Judg, Rosa Bell, Nell .. ment. Bidders will be prepared to comAda Feese, Cane Valit-."......., ply promptly with these terms. ., Fannie Sandusky, Glensfork.. ,.;. W. A. Coffey, Master Com. A. C.C. Nora Bradshaw, Montpelier -- .'..... Ella Conover, Columbia Dr Wm. Voils, who was one hunLucile Winfrey, Columbia dred and three years old the 2nd day of Louise Grissom, Columbia .'....... January, and who makes his home with Luttie Barger, J oppa his grandson, Mr. J. W. Voils, Russell ,. lna Hulse. Columbia Springs, is now visiting in the Fairplay Nellie Waggener. Columbia .:.., country, Adair county He is in perNancy Willis, Columbia fect health and frequently walks eight '. Estelle Bennett, Purdy and ten miles. In passing from j Rosa May Conover, Montpelier Russell county to Adair county, some : Lee Vista Royse, Columbia one of his great great grandsons ftart Allie Garnett, Columbia ... . .s. with him, riding behind on a horse. ' Hulda MeFarland, Rowena ,..',. When the half way station is reached, Mary Miller, Columbia , the boy returns with the horse and the Bettie Loy. Fairplay old gentleman walks to his destination. Helen Upton. Glensfork Mallie Moss, Columbia The Adair County Medical Society Zella Fields, Breeding will meet in Columbia, on Friday the '. Mattie Gibson, Breeding, 10th day of March 1911 (Second Friday) . . Valeria Turner, Glenville 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 Candidates Stand at the Fourteenth Court-housedo- or REED. 930 225 C66 250 5!)4 125 .i. y 501 452 372 306 278 269 246 213 900 775 150 100 050 925 200 050 169 575 16S 500 165 000 164 (100 v ....... 150 800 147 350 127 100 126 325 122 300 121 450 119 000 110 050 109 300 UK! ."WO The cas of the Sta'.e against Logan Blair, charged with beinsr implicated in the killing of Taylor Sullivan, was By virtue of execution No. 1856 which continued in the Russell circuit court issued from the office of the Clerk of by the Commonweath until the June the Adair Circuit Court, on the 21st, term. day of January I9II for the sum of Acting Governor Cox, last week, ap(300.00) Three Hundred Dollars with interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent pointed Dr. L. C. Nell, of this county.a per annum from the 16th. day of Janu- a member of the State Board of Agriary 1907 until paid and the further sum culture, to fiill a vacancy. The appointof (SII.05) Ten & 05100 Dollars Cost ment was quite a compliment to Dr in favor of Jno. M. Turner against W. Nell. B. Yates. This execution is credited by A nice house and lot for sale in Cane $50.00 paid August I8th, 1910, 1 will on Monday the 6th, day of March at the Valley. Also a well equipped paying Court House Door in Columbia, Ky.. Barber shop. A good location for any the same being the first day of a regu- one desiring a home. Levi Dulin, lar term of the Adair County Court, at 17 4t Cane Valley, Ky. I o'clock, p. m. or thereabout offer for The following persons have passed sale to the highest bidder upon a credit the examination which entitles them of three months the following tract3 of land or a sufficiency thereof to satis- to enter the High School: Misses Dora fy said execution interest and cost as Eubank. Susan Miller. Ella Conover the property of W B Yates and bound- and Emmit Rigcins. ed on the North by the lands of F. A. For Sale. Lewis, on the Soutn by the lands of on the East by the lands of Andrew Turner, on the West by the One seven year old horse mule 151 lands of Nelson King and containing jhandf high, well built.good worker and-- j 165 acres. 'Also a certain tract or par- good style. A. C. Wheeler, cel of land lying near Fairplay Ky.,and KniHey. Ky., joining the land of H. C. Baker, and We learn from farmers that the cold bounded on the North by the lands of G. Turner, on the South by the spell of last week damaged the fruit Jo iands of A. .1 Green, on the East by prospects but little in this section. The the lands of Carter heirs en the West buds were not far enough advanced. by the lands of H. C. Baker, and conMr. Herbert Smith, one of Columtaining 94 acres. Bond with asproved bia's best young men. is now a salessecurity and bearing interest from date until paid will be repuired of the pur- man for Mr. Frank Sinclair. He will be glad to meet his frwmis at hie place chaser. This February 9th .911. of business. A. D. Patteson S. A. C. Execution Sale. . j ! I J PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY. W. H. C. Sandidge, Greensburg. F. J. Barger. Shiloh. Z. T. Williams, Rolev. Mr. W. S. Knight bought a span of horses, a few days ago. on the square at Jamestown, from Eldrklge Montgomery, for $2S2,50. I 99 500 0C0 - 87 900 35 400 68 300 61 500 57 700 J. R Crawford, Union. G. W. Pangburn, Pickett's Chapel. J. F. Black, Milltown. J. F. Turner, West Fork. W. J. Levi, Greasy Creek. B. M. Currie, Columbia. W. S. Dudgeon, Cane Valley. J. F. Roach, Pierce's Chapel For Rent. I have an eight room dwelling on an acre lot in Columbia for rent 2t. T. G. Rasr.er. L. F. Payne, Antioch. D. Howerton, Columbia. W B Cave, Russell Spring. I ! Charley Miller, who was a n colored boy about town, died last Thursday morning. He was a son of Linnie Miller, and was a victim of consumption. well-know- , Hol-Iada- y, n, The Louisville Trust Company, one of the strongest financial institutions of Louisville, has complimented many of its friends and patrons with a beautiful Almanac for the current year The front cover embossed and is therefore attractive, besides giving the zodiacal signs and all the information that accompanies the old time almanac, once regarded a most an essential for housekeeping, it speaks of the strength, safety and many conveniences that institution offers the public. The recent fall of the mercury throughout the country brought much discomfort in many sections and was unusually cold for February, but m February 1899 that drop in the mercury made this one pale into insignificance In Texas, that time, the Brazos river was froze to the extent that wagons and teams passed over it on ice and so far as we have heard was the colde&t weather experienced in that particular section in the entire history of the South west. Mr. John H. Chandler, i The Proposition Should Carry. fever heat in the Russell Springs district. Russell county, but the advocates of the measure fee sure that they will win. The election comes off next SatThe Graded School proposition is at ! urday, both sides working like beavers. tHon. J. F. Montgomery, of this place, who was called to Jamestown on legal business, last week, accepted an invitation to speak at the Springs Thursday night in favor of the School. A large crowd was out to hear him. He gave many potent reasons why the proposition should carry, and there is scarcely a doubt but the school side will win. Wherever a Graded School has been established it has received the unqualified praise of those who attend and the endorsement of parents. The Graded School, if established, will be I of Russell Springs make a great mistake if they We have the Burt Oat, ninety day voted down the graded school proposi-- ; tion. The vote will be taken next Satkind, at Seventy-fivcents per bushel. urday. A.!so the Boon county White seed corn at $1 00. Limited quality of each, first Basket ball game at Lindgey-Wilso- n come first served. Flowers Bros., Gymnasium Saturday night, March 4 !6-Bliss, Ky. Mon icello vs Columbia Everybody invited. Admission 25 wets. Mr. Edgar Royse, one of Adair counties best young- men, left last WednesMisses Mary Squires aad Creel Nell day for Georgia, where he engages in withdraws from the piano contest, re-- J teaching Mr. Royse has taught in this turning their thanks to the many who county and his many friends here pre- supported them. dict that he will meet the demands Do not forget to call at this office, with the people who employ him. next Monday, while attending court. The town Marshal's attention is call- People who are behind on our books ed to riding bycicles upon the pave- are urged to pay ments of this town. There is an against it, and the law should be Miss Pearl Hindman. School Superinenforced. The skating should also be tendent, hereby notifies the teachers stopped. The city council should see that she is ready to write checks. that its laws are obeyed. The last week" in this month the The proposition to get the Daily piano contest closes. A great deal of Courier-Journeight months and News work could be done by the candidates one year for $2.50 has expired. We during tne intervening time. can give our patrons a reduction on the Courier-Journa- l, but not s' great as Judge H. C. Baker transferred was offered during the month of several tracts of land, in Russell county February. last week. Consideration not given i j . tax-paye- rs Seed Oats. The would e ! 2t : ! I ordi-nsn- ee al better educational facilities, it means the building of more residences and it will enhance the value of those already erected. -- the greatest enterprise that ever struck Russell Springs. The popula tion of the town will rapidly grow and all classes of business greatly enhance To the credit of the business men of the town, be it said, they are almost unanimous for it. Voters of Russell Springs, establish the school. It means v Notice. On Monday March 6th, county court day at Columbia, .you can see the noted Duke of Adair, V. M.. Epperson's high -- T bred saddle and harness stallion. Duke is noted for his size, style, form and action, and as a breeder he has no equal in this county. 5,000 votes in Piano contest for each dollar spent in ur novelty Jewelry Department. Co. .Russell "V I f-U W, who was a More Votes in Piano Contest. citizen of Campbellsville. died Monday morning of last wc ek. Fe ! was an uncle of Mrs. Rollin Eld. John L. Brandt, who will co.iJuct the Hut We will give 50,000 votes with each this place. He was 71 years old and services the Christian Church. was a victim of cancer of the stomach. Sewing Machine sold at any price. We For more than forty-fiv- e years he was havethzmat 12.50, $16.00, $18.00, one of Campbellsville's leading spirits We.have in this office the first pay The Mad f un here u Jamestown, $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00, the best in business affairs. He will be greatly almo-r- . impassable make on the market. of the first paper published in Colum- - either way wr missed from the daily walks of life. f,i - ,,r I,t- ,n,.,.l- - TV h.. ..n Cbia The name of the paper w i Russell & Co. As an evidence that Columbia is a lumbia Reporter" and it is datui Sep-- j and l.usriell would no nv v the- roads at 10, 1825. tangihlt evi It was published this time, thty would quiet, Mr. Sylvester Cravens, an old gentletown, there has been tember by H. Miller and edited dences why di.it j every Saturday be man who lived in the Clear Spring but one serious difficulty in the corporthe condition of the country, died Tuesday, the 21st of ate limits since the close of the civil by Robert Bailey. The paper was sent takt n t to this office by a Mrs. McQueary, who public hiuhwu.v war, forty-siFebruary. He was a Federal soldier years ago. The killing of Cy Watkins by Eli Bailey is the who lives m the eastern porton of the in the war between the States and had The Columbia Graded Scho ' has re- been in decling health for more than a difficulty to which we refer, and that countv. in all of year. cently mstalltd ltctnc trouble was not brought about by the class rooms which is a convenience hs man who was forced to do the killing. In the afternoon of thffirM. Satmday but few institutions of this kind enjoy Mond?y will be county court. When in April Rupsfil Springs Lode, I. O. O. in this part of the state Prof A H you come to town call at this office and Th.e meeting at Baptist church will F., will have a class of ten. An elabor- Ballard. superintended the settlements. Remember that we close Wednesday night. During the serate banquet will following in the eveu- - installation and when a button is press- make go to the cash basis the first of June vices the Church was greatly revived, ' Wo 2,w is mvit-- j ed mg. LOlumriia six alarms are given. and that we are taking no subscripand there were ten additions to the ed and a number of the members quite tions without the cash at this time. congregation Rev. Arvin delivered will attend. The Russell Springs Lodge many entertaining discourses, and his Dr. J. B. Buchanan, a leading physiis growing rapidly and excellent work social disposition endeared him to the is cian of Campbellsville, and six If ou want to grow some of the old put on each meeting. lamity, including the colored Virginia tobacco call at The News people of this Church and the communi Iih cook, were poisoned last week by Office and get some seed. Through the I Remember that a series of meetings drinking nulk from a cow the Doctor courtesy of a friend from the South side The Sheriff of Russell county and will commence at the Christian church had taken on trial It too1? heroic of Old Virginia, I now have plenty of some of his deputies were in Adair second Sunday in this monili. The, pastor, 'efforts to counteract tbf ffects of the seed for free distribution. ' county last Thursday, " "" summoning will be assisted by Eld. Brandt, a noted poison- qualified jurors to appear at Jamestown evangelist, and the song MEN and WOMEN, sell guaranteed service will' at 9 o'clock Friday morning. The case game at Lindsey- - Wilson hose. 70 per c6nt. profit. Make $10 Basket ball of the State against Jo'Zack Hays, of I,beconductedbvthe minister's son-Gymnasium Saturday night, March 4 daily. Full or part time. Beginners color, charged with murder,' was to law and daughter. Every body is Monticellovs Columbia. Everybody in- - investigate. War Proof, 3038 Chest. have been called at that hour. cordially invited. vjte(j. Admission, 25 cents 2 nut St.', Philadelphia Pa. prominent f Mr. A. R. Feese has twentv-on- e . young lamos on his tarm, and he has not lost any this ypar. ... ... at Next Monday will be county court, and it is likely a number of mutes will be on the market. ;..-,-- ., I Persons who expect to advertise their stock should call at this office and arrange for space. Miller has had, a new roof put on his residence. metal Mr. H. N. law-abidi- ng st-p- - x Born, to the wife of W. R. Lyon, Campbellsville, the 24th ult., a son. A good Jersey cow; fresh the 26th, of March, for sale. bt-ll- s EJ Barbee. will n - Columbia Lodge, No 230, I. O. O. F. meet next Thursday night. mem-beis.- of I Born, to the wife of Melvin Conover,, on the 27th, a son. FOXES WANTED. f -- Grey and Red Foxes Squirrels Coons J2.C0 .50 75 to i50 to 1.00 to, . I -- ''' y And Express. Send name of your e.xprws office In W. T. HODGEN. Box 233 Ijtfirs-tette- - r. m . 14-1- CampbelliTllIe. Ki, is - 2 ', THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ; "; wood and it is from $5 to $6 Xex-- i Holmes. James Boys' Mother Drops Dead. the Pacific Coast. His body was inaiiUiUiiiiiiUIUUiiiUiiiUi UiUUUUiUUUUIUIUtlliiUiU&! S cord. rrs .buried there. . TT.-TVTilli I Offer for the Next Twenty Most of the land here makes J.U.J.O. awuu who has iviuiic Mrs. James was married to Oklahoma City, Ok., Feb., 12.-good cotton but we cannot eat rrS is Days or as Long as Zerelda Samuels, mother of rwrnr Samnpis in 18KK. TTp tnn been on the sick list better. cotton and it takes lots of it tobuy Stock Lasts Frank and Jesse James, fell dead was from Kentucky. Doctor! Haller Bault's health is stiU, what we live on but everybody Z school at New very poor. Friday afternoon in the state Samuels attended has plenty to eat and wear but Uncle James Humnh rev's eon- room of a pullman on a north Liberty and was graduated from . it takes most of the cotton to pay L. . bound Frisco train as it neared a Cincinnati medical college- - He dition remains about the same. zS west in 1850, and while Mrs. ti. ivi Jones has Deer iji it, wntjii uiiev uu il lanes 'came this city, At the Following Prices aoout m rnontns to maKe a cotton :3s She was accompanied by Mrs. j practicting medicine at Green- quite poorly but is better. zcz crop. We begin two months be- - Mitchell 22 Gears Only $40 00 ville, Mo., met Mrs. Samuels. Frank James. The roads in this section are fore christmas to put up our land Mil burn 3 $42 50 Mrs. Samuels had been to visit Excepting a period of the Civil very bad, there has Keen so much aiul it takes tin.christmas to pick " Milburn 3i her son Frank, who is now a far- War, when Doctor and Mrs rain and quite a lot of hauling jit $45 00 out we have about three mer, and was on her way to her Samuels were co npelled to remain on them. Woven Wire Fence weeks rest in August after we ' 2 away from Clay County, they ' home near Kearney, Mo. Seeing that the correspondent are through laying. by our crops 3 o . . J The body was removed to an lived near Kearney until he was from Pellham is advocating a then we go to picking our cotton y ivs undertaking establishment here sent to the asylum at St. Joseph. bridge across Russell creek, we It takes lots of hands to pick in Neighbors of Mrs. Samuels Guaranteed the Best Wire and and was sent at night to the old people out this way would like, the fall.. many instances of often related James homestead. 20 o Better Galvanized than to put in a plea for a bridge I like the country letters, come' She will be buried alongside her daring while protecting her across Casey's creek, which it anv other Fence. on with the Rowes X Roads and 3 sons when they were being pur the grave of Jesse James, who seems is badly needed as could Esto letters. was killed by Bob Ford in St.Jo-sep- h sued by Federal troops at the be as to large majority. It would 5 T. 0. Collins. time tne James Doys were in Mo., in 1882. 26 in 7 Bars Regular Standard Farm Fence lAe The Rod be a great convenience as wf-Quantrell's band of guerrillas and ' Mrs. Samuelsjwas 83 years old ' 224e " " Program. " 32 " 3 " as it seems a necessity. of similar acts when they were QO and considering the vicissitude oi o;r ' " " . Kev. Ben Henderson Drenched ' cnaseu ror ona were avr.pnHnnnilv Of Fifth Sunday meeting of jS "" ' " 10 ' " " i.wt lifo .jnw wQa v..w..v....,. outlawed inv, ho .. to 284 t0 a g00dIy numher at Jer,c0 Second North Concord associotion 31 48 fairly rears by detectives and Sheriffs' well preserved and was in Barbed Wire Small SO rod Spools $1 70 Spool zz. school house the nrst baturdav to be held with Free Union posses. St. Louis Republic good possession of all her facul-- ! "" " Large 80 " 2 50 night and Sunday in Feb., and chunjh on Satur(1ay and Sund ' ties. Heart disease is supposed to Buffalo Hart, III. announced that he wou'd preach We are offering $5 000 00 worth of new Up ,29 and 30 of April. 1911.- cau-e- d have her death. again the first Saturday there todate Clothing at 2hr Off Lowest Cash 1. Devotional exercise-- . 10 . mes A long distance-telephon- e night and Sunday m March. Rev. Prices. No fixed up prices and no dark ,m. sage apprised Frank James of Thinking perhaps some of my W. S, Dudgeon preaches there 2. Our association his mother's death and went to friends would like to hear from on Closet Sale. and. its the 4th Sunday in each month. nioric 1 Q ATfita on. i'jvnn ' will drop a few lines the North, I . 'TCH4 the old home direct from Fletcher illlVl7 fill' ii:uuu We offer $4 000 00 Worth of New Clean Shoes at Terrill Barnett died on Satur- - Wilson. to the News. I am not so far It is expecpted that Hi George 20 per cent off Lowest Cash Priced day Feb. 11th, at the home of Missouri North however it is north of my and all of the Western 3. Denominational literature, his father, Pleas Barm-tt-, We have a few Thousand Pounds of the BEST who old Kentucky home. survivors of Qnantrell's band M T. Grime and J. M. Williams. PATENT FLOUR any Mill Ever Made that we Well the weather is not fairing lives on White Oak Creek about will attend the funeral. P,.v..,;,,,.... TU DH,I xnc uunc piaii ui lmyivnij; Zi t. will sell at 70c. 24 lb bag, or $5 50 the Barrel three miles from this place pj)e About twelve years ago when up very fast and we are having one another, C. L. Bradley and S burial was on Sunday at the Mt. Hogless Lard 50 lbs $5 00 Frank James was a doorman at lots of mud. Its takes four W. F. J. Wilson. Carmel Church yard. He was Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs $6 25 the Standard Theater, St. Louis, horses to pull an empty wagon and near 21 years of age and was a SUNDAY MORNING 10 O'LOCK. We are offering Dry Goods at Remarkably Mrs. Samuels visited him there" then have to keep the mud pushBible sanctification and mod ed out of the wheels to keep the victim of lung trouble. He had Low Prices. Twice widowed, one of her wagon from sliding, although been down a iong while;he leaves ern sanctification compared, J.O. S husbands dying unexpectedly We will Discount the lowest Cash Prices 10 per cent an aged grand mother, father, Sutherland and C. L. Bradley, thousands of miles from home, this is a good country to make on the following lines. 3 2. How to secure better discip- mother, two sisters, and five tha" other dying in an insane asy- money. The 1910 crops were fine Manure Spreaders, Mowing Machines. Cultivators, Walking brothers as well as a host of line in our churches, J. K. Gri-- ! zg lum three years ago; two of her corn made about 70 bushels per and Riding Corn Planters, Corn Drills. Plows, Disc Harrows, acre, oats 65 bushels and wheat other relatives to mourn his loss, der and E. G. Wilson. I Clod Crushers and Putve. izery, Bnt' its and Surreys. : sons assassinated, her own arm 35 bushels per acre and clover! J. S. Beard merchant at this 3. How to develop a greater; being blown off by a bomb thrown n Bf old farmers place was in Lojisville last week seed 1J, and these ?KyuusD83 by detectives in search of her ivy. interest in Sunday school work, pay good wages. I get thirty buying new goods. sons, all of her other children M. T. Grime, J.O. Sutherland Correspondence Solicited. Guaranteed. Owen Hardesty stock trader dead or married. Mrs. dollars per month, board and either . and J. S. Wade. "3 "r: Samuels, at the age of 86. hadwashin- - 0ne Rood thing here passed through here with a drove nimn mmmnmimmnnra!! jsimfflmmmmmmmfflmii! W. F. Wilson, E. J. Walteis f Committee. been living at the old James the farmers give a man plenty of hogs last week. time to do a days work all the W. R. Beard of this place who What Water Does. Origin of the fire is not known. farm near Kearney, Mo. Celery. way from fourteen to sixteen attends the L. W. T. S. was It was at this farm that Mrs. at May field. Latha Curvin, a It will quench fire and melt ice. hours a Samuels experienced the stirring home Saturday and Sunday. young man who was charged A fellow hasn'fc any use for a Sow in February, March, or It will stop a cat fight.dog fight TT t St of the Civil War. S. H. Jones and W A. Corbin witn rooDing u. a. wa ill a lis. r r nnwtTnfiAri Tf iifill rv i',r bed here mueh l have traded my of April, in rows in fine. 11 W1" "lcatv UV a WU,C1U1U" "l favmpr. nf Sin? In one of the few interviews! made a trip to Campbellsville hoon oocf W ;rich soil, and, if dry enough, hobos or suffragettes. she ever granted, Mrs. Samuels bed for a Iantern for I have more last week on business. aA Gwln . in ujiauiuic, xxi naiisafi. press the soil firmly with a roll-- ; Ifc wil, stop a mule from kick. told a Republic representative use for a ,antern than l dofor a The correspondent from1 Ross. Jacob Martz, general . ut er or the back of a spade. lveeu i i l.: ViPr nn.iH even in the spring of the -- - i , ,, , ., store keeper and post master, is years here the bugs carry their Holmes wishes to say to the one;. v.. UV.U ""' usual experiences: from Knifley who wrote the let Celery germinates very slowly. it win ciean a s.reet anu ciean dead asthe resuIfc of a scratch Mrs. Samuels, who was nearly lanterns. out a mob. received several weeks ago on a l noticed in the News some ter printed in the issue of th' Transplant from June to August. 6 feet tall and broad shouldered, News dated February the 15th, It will scop a street parade or Di'ece of rusty iron. while appearing courageous and time aS about Mrs- - Lizzie Bur" that if he or she as the case may Celery does best in a moist, a funeral procession. , . .. . Caldwell. A large tobacco determined, talked in low tones, ress hSs strayed f rom McGaha, be, has nothing but untruths to IUUV.IV.V at'ii, auu in situations lt wlU interfere with church barn of Rome Brown was burned. where plonty ot- water is abUnd-- f rVip war rar-- , KV and heard of them passing nnH virpnPPH palm off on the reading public. - revival and stop a prayer meet- - The barn contained about 20,000 ed amid refinement. She was through Mainsville, Ohio, I saw and try to make them believe ant in the soil. It can be plant" pounds of tobacco. The origin two hogs pass through Buffalo ed in single or aouble rows, ing. eductated at a convent in Lexing they are dealing out news, that' earthing up as it grows two or It will clean out any kind of of the fire is unknown. ton, Ky, Her maiden name was Hart, 111., last week in the same ey; three times, and in doing thF, house from a pig pen to a cattie 0.rQnfift.v.0Jmark, they looked like they werei l ere 1S no reason w y Lexington. The financial arZerelda Cole. tier gianaiatneri oWioi-- n as a target for their care should be taken not to let barn. rangements have been completed was a soldier in the American doing Pretty we- - ! think they r r v r w ww the earth get into the heart of d,m It will demoralize a tempeianee and the detail plans are being Revolution, and her mother's! would weigh about 200 pounds !ami cvcl ullc"ucu wre" the plant. When severe cold lecture or a distiller of alcohoi. made by the Christian Scientists name was Lindsay, of a famous each and was headed for the.1in any way. The paragraph ra- ruin weather comes, take up and It will stop a political convention of Lexington for the erection of iijuirvcv. uuikai,u m,An Kentucky family. ., , , ,. ,, . , , , ferred to.' is an assertion that.. t near tnat T a handsome new temple. JuarKin tsurtonoti transplant sonaiy in a oea close i (,nntv Vj,.-Mrs. Samuels was first marlJaiL,co wclc OHC"u, i,fe tbgether, and cover 'gradually Louisville. A dog attacked ried in December, 1941 when nearPurdy Ky., is still wearing "Cl.aui. It has done more damage and ' hay or straw, as iwith leaves, Mrs. Oscar Fenley, wife of the clio was 17 years om, to tne Kev. "is merry widow hat. I am sure , af1 ,,.al.u0,. more good than all the powder f.Aao. ' .uir.u ,ao a president of the National Bank necessary to prevent freezing T?nhrf wIimPR n RnnHdf mini. lf ne was "ere ne would be will-- 1 v AVVV rvw.rfv 4ttxw that has been manufactured since of Kentucky. A heavy hood' as one of the parties named skirt A few months later they ing to change it for something ter. Adam winked at the son. mao not oeen in tne nouse miouri Missing All the Fun. was torn off before she succeed, moved from" Kentucky to Clay warmer He must have a good ana tfte omer couia not weeKs' Condensed News. ed in repulsing the canine's atHe bought standing with his father-in-lacounty, Missouri said to be spending leisure be tttack, and its thickness saved her CfeI- f the farm to which Mrs. Samuels !there,a3he is working there. That Kentuekj Colony in Flor- - Nolin. Reorganization will from injury. returned four years ago after ,dut: UP CAUlu&ivcijr "i- iveil- Vii J.W U..V, .W iLJ A Fif.rre Night Alarm Vl soon be elected of the Bank of U.lt.V., l.Vi if ic .l hnmo for fhp fimp lua. boarding several years in Kear- tucky politicians of the Demo is the hoarse, startling cough of a child, as he has a contract to make a Nolan. Moisant and Hoxsey laughed ney. It once comprised 800 acres, suddenly attacked by croup. Often it crop therecratic faith, continues to grow. Morefield. Two strange per- at danger x"as long as the maCol. W. B. Halderman and Bruce but she has sold or given to her aroused Lewis Chamblin, of Manchessons dynamited a building on Le- chine wassail right." WhenYjfan children tracts of land, until ter, 0,R.R. No 2 for their four Haldeman were the first to visit ddy, Texas vi Templeton's farm near here. becomes perfect, possibly he will now it consists of only seventy- - children were greatly subject to croup the land of the Everglades. They 5 invent a machine "Sometimes in severe attacks," he im n8D Until then it is that is perfect. six acres, upon which the house We have had a very good rain, were soon followed by former, wunpDeiibviue.-,iu. wrote "we were afraid they would safer to leave to which she went as a bride is die, but since we proved what a certain we have season enough to plant Congressman, D. H. Smith, and and John CnTr escaPed from Jail by cutting a whole flymg to the birds. located. Most he in turn was followed by Col. at this place remedy Dr. Kings New Discovery is, corn and will plant soon. in the wall. The Reverend Mr. James w.ent we have no fear. We rely on it for of. the people are through putting Harry A. Sommers. Sam J. Out of every four graduates of croup and for coughs, colds or any up their land'for crops. packing his trunk Versailles. Subscriptions in Harvard earns all or a part of If we Shackelford is to California as a forty-nine- r, throat or lung trouble." So do thous- could just raise what we need to and will leave - shortly for the the five-dcampaign to secure j" the money needed to pay his exAto make money to educate ands of others. So may you. Asthma. like they do in old Ken- Sunny South, and Eli H. Brown, $10,000 for the Y. M. C. A. penses. We can't see why Har eat here his sons, Frank and Jesse, and Hay Fever, La Grippe, Whooping tucky we could get rich but it Jr., is thinking about making amounted to $6,007. vard shouldn't get as much glory Cough, Hemorrhages fly before it. 50c . his daughter, Susan. He lived and $L Trial'bottle free. Sold by the costs lots to live here, everything the trip himself. Louisville Cardwell. Sixty thousand out of this fact as she does out days after reaching Paull Drug Co. to buy all of our only a few is high; we have pounds of tobacco burned here, of her athletic exploits. W7.-rt- Mrs. ' ' i ' i i , ' 1 One Car Load Of Wagons 1 ' i j ' ! i , j en fs j.i.az?ja icn ods e i . . Note Prices ! I 1 1 1 T C "O" ' ;.-- ( t ' j ! A " ' I ( ' i j ,3 3 lvvi, iiriiSDurg, on g Sati-facti- , 11 i . I ' , day-inciden- ts j j he-ginni- ng 1 1 T- j I .r 11 - - j j '., I fnnrvpnnf . -V , UI' uu" i ! J - tV-a- f -- I t ! I , ""! "'"v L I x r vw x v . , j ., " i w mm.m.-m- I ' ' j j i w. . JZ!? ! ! - , - j -- I aj " I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 THE KJCmsj hffV'.M PS ds(? Hi4 iMagq & r vibeat jgJBearTfttfi . W?1V3 ascat JX&J I3B2L 5iW si J sW"'ir & jl'Z & MS3 V v.Ar,J.Jl,JU JLJ 3F ivo3is:eg 3iE?a lu'Urt ?Jis4Jl7saL?t SORfj .' 1 Rr7E-- LATTir. JEiasciiryWYj&g .Fi iitsa; 7i'orai las S&2K Av w.:. vat Special Clearance Sale Of Carpets LOUISVILLE TiMES FOR 1911 andrRugs $IP .uas IP ? j s i uu w ii i livys 111 u During the winter months make a visit to"our store a ffiMi & X 1 -- "jte'l BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER THEREGULAR PRICE OF VMM most profitable one. IRRESISTABLE?jLOWt PRICES must help us to clean up all Limited Lots, Discontinued Patterns and Remnants in a short spaceof time New Spring Goods are crowding in and weneed Jthe room greatly. When in LOUISVILLE, do not fail to Investigate our offers Hubbuch 3ft HifW4T Bros. & Wellendorff, Incorporated Centrally located. Market St. bet. 5th, &;6th, St. THE LOUISVILLE THY uax .i SKS K,?im fca&sa ,& ; ,00 A YEAR. If YOU WILL SEND YOUR . ORDER TO US, YOU CAN y W25l $ .e 'A- - C r.A RCORAN High-Grad- GEt' TH ADAIR COUNTY sasi IS PS e Wife 5 r-- Marble Cemetery work of all kind.... Granite Set you US ni 2&3 before buy 4- - - ' Represented by C. G. Jeffries in this and adjoining counties AND US K2B Main Street, iz THE LOUISViLEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR SB EH Egg s Both One Year for $1.50. Short Meter Sermons. Men who never fail :$'$$' Courier-Journ- al Lebanon, I(y. The Adair County News and FOR ONLY $4.50. mi is THE LOUISVILLEfTIMES the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. Has the best corps of corres pondents. Covers the Kentucky field per- Hi oniu six More Weeks in Wiin.li to Make the Flout Tlae Piano is Worth 'Working For, Butt Yoxa A4tist Keep Busy to Wini t Cash on hand at first $1.49. Cash on hands at present 6 7 be- don't cents. lieve in luck. New List of Queries. Every time a man kills time he injures himself. The Ancient Order of Pests Look for trouble and you will WjM has adopted the following as the not look in vain. ffiocial list of questions for sportWhat other people do worries ing editor in 1911: us more than what we don't. When was the Ten Broeck-Mol-l- y Humility looks good t o u s McCartny race run? oB. when it breaks out on our Why didn't Jeffries lick Jack Johnson? 2iitz Clearing some o f the clouds &&$ Did Batting Nelson ever run a M(J from earth clears the vision o f butcher shop? heaven. How many times did Matty Many churches mistake raking' Matthews fight Jim Corbett?. in the sheckels for bringing i n at the Who was bottle-holde- r sheaves. fight? Many would, be happier i f West-Rya- n 35S !i. TuvJ 12iSs they stopped "Fletcherizing' Did Caruso ever fight "Wild m& 'Md&d$$r jyjgi MtMOC rftV'.Yi their medicine. Bill" Hanrahan? The angels are more likely to What was Ty Cobb's batting Two Dailies are Merged. Let the Fairies Alone. Dirio. be counting beads of perspira- average in 1907? tion than drops of tears. How long ought a fighter train, VV. Beckham, for seven Another good butmisguided worn Prof. Alta Hill, Garlin, samr at J. C. We are less likely to be known and what should he drink while years governor of Kentucky, and an nas unaertaKen a Independence last Saturday night campaign by our paths to the church than training? editor of the Frankfort News, for the abolition of "Mother u,r ua While returning from the Fair- nKA.an traA Who is the most promising play community the horse Mr. has retired from the journalistic Goose," "Alice in Wonderland"; "white man's hope?" An Editor's Statement. Z- - T. Bennett was driving balked field and the State Journal has and fairy stories of all kinds. She - Did Jake Greenberg ever win a on the Burnses Creek hill and ran absorbed the News. declares that these stories are The Indianapolis News claims derby? The paper will be known as lies and ought not to be tolerated the buggy backward over a high it has discovered a Hoosier edi What has become of Logan bank capsizing it and throwing the Frankfort In her opinon Mother Goose fe tor who has taken time deff''f, Sch wanner? Mr. Bennet quite a distance down will bean afternoon paper with worse than a witchand as for " the hillbruising him considerably, a late morning edition. The Chicago authorities have Lewis Carrol well, this "Mrs. of to keep tl , Gov, Rodham has grown,rjrj He is some better now but is j voted to a 1 buildings begun nf rnsfmv wnlHi ot his material ana mental pro yet Unable to be out' weary of the daily editorial u ., u;m uQnfr0fj nn fu after September 1 a height of .,.be a sad. old.1' &ress during the year and. otters 200 feet and if theytomean Chica v,rtWotro. . rUA tn ur sick iist is the iongest we fex.w, ii,v.i., uuuu &. rrA hill. Ah, dut it would the following summary o f h i s . Ho have been called on to report for crcxi- arr rn lawr ovflnoixrolr xw world it all the men and women; rrtt go feet that i s surely hi to" tJApeneiict;, many a day. o G. Cambell and will devote his time to his pro- - were u. enough. tiradgnnds, it an the Been broke 300 times. Claudy Stotts,Tause Elmer, the fession. delightful tales that have to do By way of giving the chilpren TniiTV-r TntvArt Ann Had money 65 times. little son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ' , with fairies and imps and elves and and hamadryads were to be de- Praised by the public 6 times. of the city a chance to see a Cambell; Ollis and Hiram, sons owners 01 the strange animals that inhabit the of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Stotts, arod will have charge of the work stroyed. The world is sad enough Ask to drink 8 times. earth, the authorities of New a little daughter of Mr. and Mr3. done for the state under the con- - as it is. but it would be infinite- Refused to drink 0 times. York Central park have brought printing and R. H. McKinley completets the tract for first-clas- s anddreader if children Missed prayer meeting 5 2 a cow. alart fnr tno nun lfflr.inn nt r.hf list. All have fever. nofc bslieve in My fine 'ear times. advance sheets of the court of did Landy Stotts sold a yoke of ox- appeals and the Kentncky de- and mothers and fathers did not Been roasted 521 times. DR. M. E. JONES en to J. W. Simpson for $95. 00. cisions. yield allegiance to the Dame o' Roasted others 52 times. William Firquin of Cumberland Dentist, The consolidation of the two Dreams. Rochester Post ExWashed the office towels 51imes Veterinary Surgeon and county did dusiness here one day plants and the newspasers means press. Columbia, Kentucky. Missed meals 0 times last week. that the state printing will all be A very dirty boy attended a Taken for a preacher 11 times. Hershel Janes sold a milch cow done in Frcnkfort. A boy's Taken for a capitalist 0 times. certain school. One day-th- e the other day for $25. 00. A man in a Philadelphia res- mother got a note saying that he Found money 0 times. Our merchants have been receiv discovered 15 pearls in was not clean, and that she ought taurant Deliqnent paid 27 times. ing new goods for the past few one oyster stew. It is evident to bathe him of tener. The mother Paid in conscience 0 times. days preparatory for the spring fisher- sent the teacher a note in reply, that the restaurant-pear- l trade. Got whipped 0 times. Special attention given toIDentistry. ies expect to yield a good harvest in which she Said: "My boy Bill of the Eye. Poll Evil. Fistula, and ell Whipped the other' fellow 8 other Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes. Landy Stotts bought, a cow from this season, if this is to be taken ain't no rose. Don't smell him." Has large barn near M. Antle's shop on Ladies Home Joural. times. Melvin Petty for $20. 00. for a sample beginning. Bomar nclghts. Office inlbam. fectly. Covers the general news field completely. Has the best and fullest kets reports. mar- DEMOCRATIC in politics, but fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPER IS Vote at the News Office and Russell Co's Store. "V(i not to The Louisville Times. An Austrian girl, who has just been naturalized in New York, says she became a citizen of this countrv because she loves the mmm S t r Ill Hi '' ' United States and the American That is the kind of citipeople. zen we want. .' ; ! Free Dyspepsia Sample i I J i News-Journal.a- nd mewandntrai0nluieCd!eesuve apparatus to again do its work normally, and this these simple remedies cannot do! mere is sometning more to the cure or inaifrestion than swpptpntnf fVn breath, and yet a remedy that only con- iia ui&csuve iiiRreaients win not euro permanently, as the basis of indigestion Is poor bowel circulation, and that requires a scientific larativ Wo Vnn-of no remedy that combines these requirements better than Dr. rnirooii'.. Syrup Pepsin, which has been sold for a quarter of a century. ur. uaiuweirs syrup Pepsin is a tonic, a scientific MnnrHno- r . ural ingredients pr the cure of- constipation, indigestion, liver trouble, sour cLuuim.il. an.-- ncuaacne ana similar complaints. Its ingredients will sn ctrnirth.n lend tone the stomach and bowel muscles wiai iney win again ao their work and when that has been accomplished , your trouble Is oven Fannie stuart, Otaunton. Va.. was a lnn?.timA Isufferer, as was O. Tuck. Blackburn. so., and they both found their cure Pith this remedy. Thev hectm mn. irinced that pills and tablets, salts, "dyspepsia cures." etc.. were at best nniv temporary reliefs. They first accepted Jr. Caldwell's offer of a free samnlp hot. le, which he willingly sends to anyone fiiu lurwaras name ana aaaress. Later, laving convinced themselves through the free sample, they boueht Svrun FVnsn )f their druggist at fifty cents and one konar a bottle. Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased give you any metncai a a vice you may sire for yourself or family pertaining to le stomach. liver or bowels absolutely ree of charge. Explain vour case In a etter and he will reply to you in detail. i vuc nee uiiivic siuipiy tiena your ame and address on a postal card or therwise. For either reauest the aao.tnr'a ddress is Dr. W. B. Caldwell. R.500 Cald- lell building, Monticello, HL -- wliceh will iert"mKd Sufferers from indigestion are wak- ing up to the fact that peppermint lozenires. charrnni nnrl "Hwcnpncia cures" are only makeshifts in the cure i I I ! I - , 1 1 J feaiu,,.... - aic al ww ... nt'!n ........ ... Ik 1 I XX7 r-- 4 1 1 JNews-Journ- , , nat-urall- y. IMs-as- es w.s 1g- - THE ADAIR CCVt.1Y MWS THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ! ed Witll"Dr- - SMeis- - andwas . defeated by about 200 votes. Published Every Wednesday A few days ago Mrs. Frances - BYiTHE - Esper, who was 108 years old, Adair County News Company. said to bejthe oldest woman in ( Incorporated.! (Colorado, died in the arms of CHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. her one hundred and eleven year old husband. She died from Democratic newspaper devoted to the In- - hums received when her . of the City of Columbia and the peop!e(. u Adair and ad jaeent counties. ing caugnt nre irom a grate, mr. Entered at the Columbia ond class mail matter. Tost-oilice o Jkm s&feli 'Wi !Q"Q"Q"frQ044$& I A wr STAR FIELD FENCE as sec- - ' and Mrs.Esper had been years. ried ninety-on- e Hon. W. 0. Head, mar- Louisville,ihaswithdrawn from Throughout the state, so far as the race for the Democratic as we are able to judge from nomination for Governor. At time there are onlv tw0 can' published reports, there is a feel-th- ' ing of unrest, and visible sigi.s didates forlGovernor before the ! WED. JIAEOH. 1, 1911, Mayor of is of disaffection within We feel that we were very fortunate in securing the Agency for the STAR FIELD ic circles. It is not alone con- and Win. Adams. r fined to those who seek office, FENCE for Adair County, because it is guaranteed to be one of the very best Woven Gen W. T. aCabell, a former but to the rank and file of the Commander, of the trans-Miss- -; Wire Fences made. party as well. In the face of issippi Departmentfof the United .The STAR FENCE is made of the BEST GALVANIZED BESSEMER HARD SPRING such conditions, and under the Confederate Veterans, died at sting of an overwhelming defeat D STEEL CRIMPED WIRE. The horizontal wires are crimped every three inches, thus Texas:iast week. There i& in our Iastgstateelection, it does are butfewex-Confederat- e Gen- positively providing for expansion and Contraction. It is so constructed the stay wires S& seem thatlbetter methods ought eralg n0"vvliving. can not slip, yet at same time allowance is made for erecting on uneven ground, so an to De employed to bring strength inexperienced person can erect this fence perfectly. All horizontal wires are of even and victory. If our party is to Senator L orimer played the fulfill itslgreat mission in this sympathy5racketlin"a four hours .ength, so it requires but a short time to erect the STAR Fence. state, if it is worthy of public speech indefense of himself, r, I5 If you expect to do any fencing this spring, and want a fence of quality, it will pay confidence and support, then it Senator Beverage replied, taking you to examine the STAR FENCE before you buy. Prices are right. Investigate this ought, tolbe Tunited, enthusiastic the bark off ,his utterances being Fence at once. and outspoken on the vitalissues scathingand to the point, ; that confront the well being of An extra;session or congiess the people and their institutions. The unsettled conditions, the has been agreed on, and the suspitions of Junfair play between session will likelylbegin the 15th aspirants, land the tendency to of this month. ' tit grow weaker rather than strong Rowes X RoadS. er in thejfinaircontest seems to be charged to the course the- J. J. Turner says he has seen ExecutiveHcommittee is pursuing.' six generation.His great grand If that committee denies the par- mother has beendead 60 years. ty the rightjto meet in conven- She got thrownfrom a horse and tion for the purpose of taking a was killed; He;name was Annie ' position before Jthe people of the Lou Bradshaw. l state, if it seeks to advance the J. J. Turner, has sold to Fount interestlJofSpersonal friends Selby. 3 town lots for $25 per, against other Democratic aspi- - acre j rants, it is evidently paving the Mrs.. is on the Sarah'iTurner way to defeat. In last week's to? M sick list .this week. 0ti"Q"frQ"Q"Q"Q"Q"Q"QN issue weicalledffattention to theBrothers. Beck andlAaron had ' importance of a" platform. We a weeks meeting at Hays Chapel renew ourplea,and feel that a with 3 conversions and the the farmers at this writing but X$$X failure to,do so,will be as inexthey are well up in this section. church much revived. cusable as it will prove costly to G. E. Burton bought one milk $ Mrs. SarahUWRlair of Glen-- -' 'the partyand to those who maj cow from H. Simpson, price paid $ be placed upon the ticket. Wejvlue 1S vaiung nere $30. W. A. Wilson sold one milch primary j brother andfcldf riends. seenoreasonlwhy the cow to J. Y. McElroy for $32. Clide Campbell sold a horse to snould not now be held as order-- 1 G. E. Burton has 350 dozen ed, and there is not a single Lat Humble for $35. eggs in his store. What has why the Democrats should Georgie Hays sold one reason come of all the egg men? Milt be deniedathe privilege of meet- and nineshoats for $90. Smilev was here one day last ing in convention for the specific Mr. Lucian Cams and Miss week and purchased 78 hens purpose of making a platform. Lillian Grose were married last from our merchants at this place. S The candidates ought to be Saturday night at midnight to Several from this neighbor Ky. pledged, the faith of the party keep up the old ancient rule, hood attended the burying of our expressed, ana cnac aone oeiore Thomas Hadley officiated. old friend, Sylvester Cravens, S We are in your town for Five Days only. We are the well known Opti- the Democrats cast their votes ,agt week at February 22nd. Rosey Sdby spent cians of the Louisville Optical Co. and are skilled in correcting errors in ioranyman. we neea a ciean!ThnTT.. rra(ilpvR. f!nmp again Willis Shepherd was at this --cut platform with no dodgers refraction of the eye, using the latest improved methods. We will test Rose. place a few days ago on business. w your eyes free of charge. We are here for the benefit of people who can attached, Jand.welneed a ticket! Willie Cook sold one sow and 5 Logan Wilson left for 111. ' not conveniently come to Louisville to see us. Take advantage of this made of men capable, and in full pigs for $17.50. I want to say to our friend opportunity and call and see me at the COLUiYIbsA HOTEL. accord with public promises Rev. James Sullivan has been Hays Burton that left this place Respectfully Yours With a clear declaration and a good ticket we can sweep the at Moore School house for the and moved to Ohio is highly restate with an old time majority. last two weeks in a meeting. spected as a miller and a good We keep up your glasses for Five Years free of charge We are not dividedon the issues. He has had about 40 convertions citizen by all and I wish him as with a good guarantee of our Company There is no dissatisfaction with and the meeting is still going on. good luck as a little boy I heard Democratic principles. The only This has been the greatest re- of that was chasing a frog with trouble is policy. Call a conven- vival that has been in this coun- his hoe handle; (we call it smok tion to meetbefore the date of try lately. There has teen ing a frog up here.) The frog sel1 SPrines Monday on business. Freedom Church Saturday night for Daniel Brisco was here Saturseveral old men converted at this was running for life, the boy af- -. closing entries for the primary, day. Sunday. John Sinclair has returned and life, new enthusiasm meeting, may the good work still ter him; the frog ran into a mud and new Miss Geneva Lapsley is visiting Miss Myrtle Grider was visitgo on. hole and the boy jumped the home from Cincinnati, where he will be added and a great victo ing at W. S. Andersons Friday. here this week. mudhole and landed in a gold has been working for the past Mr. Marcus Benard has charge ry result next fall. Failure to doj Mrs. James 'Oaks has bought Mr. Logan Rexroat and wife weeks. of Mr. Loren Phelp3 place in so, may prove extremely costly. the John Pierce farm 22 acres mine, but I fear Mr. Hays will four has sold his farm visited at L. E. Anderson's Sat- school here, Mr. Phelps being Spend his spare time catching Perie Burton price paid $350 urday night. sick. Eldridge Montgomery sold his pole cats and I have never heard to Joe Kinnett, price not known. e, Harry Sanders, of Dr. Several of our boys are preMrs. Ermine Wilson, Mrs. R. O. Anderson bought two match, horses last Monday at of a skunk living in a gold mine. was nominated by the y The singing at L. E. Ander- pigs from Allen Frost for $2.50. paring to start to 111., the last of Payne will start to Louisville Jamestown for $282.50. ' maket the 15 th of this month t Democrats for the State Senate d James Burton is through break- this month. Old aunt Cleary McElroy died son's Saturday night was purchase their stock in spring last Saturday. The district is here at Esto Feb., 23, she was by W. D. Cook was large- ing cprn ground. Farmers will goods. Russell Springs. composed of Taylor, Marion and ly attended. get up beforekday if they have to Miss Gertrude Humble gave a old and had pneumonia fever. t y". Washington counties. It was McElroy of Esto diedJFri- - party Triday night. beatJimmie. Mrs. Mr. Lucian Brockman visited Taylor's time, and the other two Gentry's Mill. at E. A; McKinley.?sj npar Cray-cra- ft Rev, Jo Pierce will, preach at day and waf hurried at the old The playthe college Wednestook no part in the pri-counties Thursday. mght.lA Bethel the first; Sunday in March. home Saturday.-- . .. day night was.fine. There was a imary. Hon. J. H. Wade contend- traveling salesman iarge crowd in attendance. M. Bryant preached at Mr. Boner, Christie Anderson was at Rus- - Rev. E. The cold weather has checked j j i t ; Democrat- - PeoPle Hon- - Jas- - B- - McCreary 0& I ; Reed Hardware Co., m .. J - iw i ; ( m -- -- OPTICIANS t0 PROF. LEBBY 4 gMi j COLUMBIA HOTEL, Columbia, j j i 3av4a j , . Camp-bellsvill- - . con-ducte- " Jt 7-. 'SiniJ1 XBLfif?'". r. V3C - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS - - ... . - - - - -. ..,... .... .. . " m m m VfVTVM the house vacatedby Mr.- - Oze , l days ago. PERSONAL Mr J. Q. Alexander was here a few Mr. Read Caldwell, Burdick, was in Columbia last Thursday. Mr. L. E. Bradley was quite sick several days of last week. Mr. F. F. Cooper traveling salesman, spent Sunday in Columbia. n Mr. Dan Curd, traveling salesman, spent Sunday in Columbia. weil-know' Bottom. Mr. Virgil Knifley and wife visited the latters father Mr. J. D. Absher one day last week. Mr. Kirby Simpson and wife of Tavlor county visited the. Jatters father Mr S. H. Knifley : last Saturday and Sunday. Happy Geo. Staples of Colum- dia was to see!our merchants last i . ft . I1 i B a I 1 I A - I Ud 51 oi llici v 3-- -. t WV" VV M Jf '-- &"- i - m ' : w Saturday. t 1 Mr. M. V. Dunbar is building Mrs. J. P. Beard and her little son, John, were on the sick list last week. a new residence on the lot he Miss Ella Murrab, of Elkhorn, is j b hfc of R w Tucker, visiting her cousin, Mrs. P. V. Grissom. Mr- wen - Hendnckson and Mr. J. O. Russell was confined to his room with lagrippe several days of last ' family of Casey county visited week Mr. W. P. Dillingham last Sat-- ! I l Whft 'hflvp ilcpti thp T v t ? II 1 I Mr and Mrs. J. K. Coffey returned urd ay an(J?Sunday. from a visit to Campbellsville last week. Gov. J. R. landman returned from French Lick Springs last Thursday Vulcan Turning: Plow will buy no other Call on m 1 I ! .afternoon. Mr. FranVr Sinclair is in ( the (Jincm- - nati maket this week, buying extensive- ly for his store here. Mrs. Elizabeth Wolford is reported.1 quite sick. She is at the home of her son, Mr. H. C. Wolford. Mr. I. w. Holmes and family of Purdy. left last week for Greenwood, . ' Ind.f where they will make their home. Our mail trom Absher has changed carriers. Thos. Rice and OwenBrockman carry Bit. Mr. J. H! not Martins health would permit him to carry it any longer, Mr. L. Y. Gabbert has finish- e(j moving and is now permanent- loCated 0n hlS farm near Gad" berry. We commend Mr. Gabbert , Ft ( i, O I H ; V , i ! They will supply your wants j G' R FeeSe a feW laSt Week' Mcssrs. Wesly and Welby Shepherd, The birthday dinner, the 18, th sons of Frank Shepherd, left for Cham- paign, 111., Monday where they expect. at Mr. A. Hovious was well Mr. Wil- son knows how the work should There will be a union Sunday be done, and is certainly putting to reside. attended and nlentv to eat of School here the first Sunday in up a nice barn. March. Several of the boys from here washere thiseek,0 negotiating with the best the country market could Mrs. Pate Thomas sold to Mr. are attending court at Jamesparties who expect to erect brick affoded. buildings this year. Stock hogs' areabout the scare- - Babe Pollard" one cow for $32.50. town this week, and learning I and his wife to the community were tney will reside. Young, a teacher in the Miss M. L. Mr. Leslie Dulworth and wife Graded School was called to New Cas- formers tie last week, to see a sick niece. nnnBaiMHnaui ti mM !! mwmiuuwwsa iimiiiw V . dS MilltOWn. S. H. Wilson, of Eli. i iH awBnmatB imbmi wbbw dm nHteMto mwwi,m ikp JOB3EKIIWBlmMriavi rwwi- oo w wi mu w & ,0r T BBKHIIIBHIBBWIHBHVniBM jmimjunwiiiii JnJ- - j wmuwi sibhba m i wjui i rar-Mii- i wi.i aw. an mttf 1 x v t T TUT . I ! m&mm bought that the way of the transgressMr. Dick Shirley one sow or is hard. field, 111., Monday. They expect tore- - very hiffh. j from year. main in that State this Not much mu3jc jn tne Qfi an(j pjgg for Mr. Riley Withers, Dan WithMr. 'Clarence Page, who is a guard at hens cackle these days as eggs'; The neighbors of Mr jn. B ers and Mr. Fry, have lately be) the Penitentiary, returned a prisoner Dohoney, met on his farm last come residents of this town. to the Russell circuit court last week, are only 10 cents per dozen. to testify in a murder case. Tuesday, and split him n abun- Dr. L. D. Hammon, of Irvin's rrMham " Mrs Nannie Johnson left for Nash-- . dant lot of rails. Mr. Dohoney Store, passes through here alville last Friday morning, and will be will soon be 9i years old, but most daily looking after the sick. daughter, Mrs Wm. Cole with her Quite a lot of sod has been he still prides himself on clean- weeks. man, in that city, for several The church at Concoyd, near Mrs. Mary ("aldwell and Mrs. Emily turned over in tne last tew days; jng Up his fence corners and Eller, was consumed by fire one Burton, this city, who have been on an Rvprv farmpr ;R fakinVr advan- - h.,iM;n liuuvA A . ..., 0 xciivca. uuiiuius Tpxas and Alabama. avtanAnti visit tn night this week. The origin of returned home last. Saturday afternoon tage of the beautiful spring like Mr. and Mrs G. T. Rodgers the fire is not known to the writ' Miss Ethel Moore, who is in School at weather. visited relatives in Greensburg, er A series of meetings had Hrppn and who is a formida-- 1 .. Rnwlinor MlSS fcmma Bridgwater, Who several days of last week. been in progress for three or four ble candidate in the piano contest, is reported dangerously ill with measles. is attending the Graded school Mr. Willie Hindman sold one weeks, conducted by some men Mr. E. B. Barger, who is a pitcher n Greensburg, was at home from turkev gobbler for $6.30. Who of the holiness sect. for Brooklyn, left Monday morning fori' Friday Monday. until s can beat that in the fowl line? ' Ark., where the team Hot There is nothing but mud in will be in practice for several weeks. Mrs. C. H. Moody and her Saw- this section. Messrs. Geo. Shirley and Let us all talk Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Russell left for niece Tommie, of Hatcher, Ky, ney Browning left for Missouri good roads, and it may have its thp Cincinnati market this marning. days and Were the guests of Mrs. Dave one day last week. They will be absent about ten effect. will purchase a large spring stock for ;ivens last Saturday, Mr. Frank Cobb sold one mule this market. PicRctt. ' RK- - Vance of Roachville, iagt week to Wade & Burdett, of Mr. Wesley Grider, of Russell county, left Columbia Monday for Illinois and D. R. Gaines made a business ' t phonon for fi1Q W. C. Rodgers was in Greens' . where he wilt spent two weeks, then Springfield, Ky. last week. Mr. Verge Montgomery sold, burg one day this week on go to Jefferson City, Mo., where he will Mostof the farmers are thro' one mu,e i&&!E3g3?3&5FZZ33gS22 Tisit a son several months. Wade & Burdett tomorrow, stripping tODacco, DUt quite Fred McLean will leave Allen Dudley returned from n ,. (Wednesday) mnrninprforLihertv. Ky,, numoer nave ', T,nnisvillp rvnp rlnv lnsh wppIt You not disposed oi to assist the Circuit Clerk, of Casey Messrs. V. Sullivan, W. R. tobacl he had been onthe county, during the coming term of their crop Men who till the soil are crazy about it. The Improved Paton, W. C. Hedgcock, traveling c0 market. court, which begins on the first Monday The Misses Lurine Gaines and salesmen, were calling on our, There are not as many plant ent Ideal Steel Harrow. It takes the rag off the bush. .? ' Pearl Bridgwater spent .several t i i is Adjustable Lever Attachment to open and close. F I Messrs. S. F. White and Leslie A be(js as usuai being burned in visiting Mrs. mercnants last weeK. morning for days last week Chapman left Monday up, easy to overate and never wears out. Just the thinj? y Mr. J. 0. Townsend will open this section. Tobacco is so low Florida. The former goes to Braden-- Georgia Shirrel of Clover 1 ick are looking for. Give it a trial and he conviuced of its merit- -. . town where he will take charge of ai up a grocery store in the near some wil1 not ral"se any at all meet-h- e PRICE: 2 horse $7.50; horse $3.50. newspaper, the latter to Bartow where ' and attending the series of ' G. W. Dudley bought one mule will be the manager of a large ing3 which is in progress at Beth- - future. For sale only by grocery store Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Yates from Bolse Burris, for $100. lehem church. C. J. F. Pendleton was through tt.q'I r i m r visited Mr. and Mrs. Wi S. Hind- MMi-urnp o lrwrl Knifley. , day this week looking Inventor and Patwee at the residence of Mrs. Belle man' Iast Tuesday and Wednes here one day. for cattle. He bought one cow The health ot this section Cane VaJIev, K . Hayes on Peb near Moodyt Boss Pickett. from so good that the knees of the Dr'sj Mr. G. A. Beard, our up-tThg contracting parties pants are becoming threadbare. were Mr. Ira Lemmons of Tay- date black smith, has ordered a The roads are very muddy in M NJ SJ V f vt tS 7K in 7i in , 7i V K iS3 Wheat and young grasses have lor county and Miss Anne Mary new bellows, and is making other this part of the country, but the i SIis 7i A si in si s( sK Mt 7K is Nf vl My M Nir K f Nl Tis vIV 7Jn 7i people are still haaling spokes to 7I started a fine growth these warm Hayes of this county; and Mr. improvements. days. the hickory mill. Luke Shirrell and Miss Annie 7K Our county roads are in the Mat Lemmons, both of Taylor! Wheat is looking well, and if w Fonthill. finest shape for the season we county. Hearty congratulations, , nothing happens to it later, I TN M them for many years. and may the joys outnumber the' The spoke factory at this place, think the crop will be very good. 7iN have seen 10 x 20 Glass 4 It Windows lij l Quite a lot of plowing has sorrows of both couples infthej under the management of Mr. J. The Archibald Wheel Co., will 71" Nl " j.. been done in this section the last future. The ceremony was "oro-jBrinkky, has begun to hum. soon be ready to buy your oak VLIN 10 x 24 7l " " '" ' few days. ,12x24 " nounced by Rev. W.S.' Dugeon'i E. 'Bi Wilson has been confined spokes. Call at' Pickett and get 1 Mr. Oze Bottom and Jake . nj Keu cage voiiar aus ii in wiae; his room for few day5' 'but bills for same. Feb. miite Mfe Chelf left last week for 111. to ' On th 18th of '.'''is somewhat'TDe'tter at this writ-- ' Jimmie Edwards, who went to Nl .tAnchoI:,, Corn Syrup (pen gal) u .' i number of friends with welU. make their home. -- i, r -t , Illinois a few days " '' ago, has" rel"g:. , White Flake Syrup The new road built by A C. filled bakets met at the home of Mrs! "Mary E. McQlie'aryJ 'bf turned to old Kentucky. -f 3 Can Sugar Corn Wheeler in front of his residence Mr. L B. Osborne, he th&t day J. Eller,. is 'visiting at.fc B.' --r Miss nary nancocK ana mr. 3 CarislFiomitly and he hereby extends a being three-scor- e is free years and four week. i..p . Len Squires both of Green counof iDrirac iu rfneo ' . .wwo ,, w,uafc. i'i cordial invitation to the traveling old; Mr.. Osporne served i VIZ" tft . fi i K. ,t - c?. v.v(w... C. P. WaIter,?,,Eud Wilson and ty, were married at Farming-dalpublic. f&j--- . . with Johk Morgan syet'he'ishaTej, M Hosper,KareJ cuttingldgj ssz nu j.ti.f ago. Illinois, i. XIX a snake llr.', G. R.'Feese-kille- d ; ., , . ' vi '1 ' i ja j ti n. Russell Springs Jft. anu, , nearly, iuuTT(v smiubcv, i.'',r,T tit" tt' jior,4i. j. vyauera,., ,. ()I .,,..: Geo." Howard; of near Greens-Durg- ,' ti.it,30 inches long i the first week in hope he will live to 'enjoy manyii Mr.' ' Oliver 'Wilson, 'tip 'this' iii 'iwj i .o ) r February. was her'e one 'Jay1 this , t . . i... .1 Jr&i. . i' ' '' V " " ' 'li place, is building a barn fof Mr. I week. Wyatt Garner has moved to returns of 'the :daf. l , , .dSarBtoeTtt7ertorSp:iginthesepartsadare M, Ivan Patterson ' i , ! j I I Sm-infr- ( - I j j I v- ; What Is It? Read And 1 N , I . af .!. 1 Ly-,whe- re' Will See. j j i i 1 j k J. Eubank ; o- i J J 1 i X j ! t i IN. Bargains! 4 - F. -- J. - -- t, it J- Wij-s6n's't- his i - i -- V rtkinir , i e, i . JL '- - - r i w ilson i . i v i 3 JKJKKXOK5 if-,- TBE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS Since the clothing men have Commissioner's Sale. ,L & N. Time Card grown simpler and simpler, and In effect Monday. Dec. 31. IMS. During the present year 1911. find the cause of evolution has adair circuit COURT, SOUTH BOUND ' Ab. Lebanon Lv. Louisville Train 3here will be two eclipses both of taken away from the picturesqnes KENTUCKY. tfo.27 9:42am 7:00am ) 10:04 am Mo. 23 8:15 am the suu. It is perhaps not too of the crowd, it has added to the Jhn B. Cavo, Plaintiff. 7:40pm 5:05pm So. 7i Thomas B Grant admr. &c, J early to announce the first o f dignity of the man. Men's Wear. 10:00 pra 80 pm By virture Df a Judgment and Order So 21 9:00pm 620pm Jp.93 Sale of Adair Circuit these which occurs April 28 and A loosp board ton otten squeaks of the January Ternij Court' rendered UORTH BOUND at thereof 1911 in i'rain Lv. Lebanon Ar. Louismllb will be total. This April eclipse loudly Of loose ' the above cause, for the sum of $290,00 methods 7:50am 5:48am 0.24 ' due John B. Cave and will b e visible i n the United 10:15am o. 78 "...7:32am $40.00 due Sallie . 6:55pm All sorts of odd jobs are in .or-- ; D. White, with the interest at the rate a 28 420pm States with the exception of the 8:15 pm 6.28 pm Jo. 22 now; and get the whitewash of 6 per cent, per annum from the 21 ?o. 92 10:15am 722am far north as a line drawn through der day of January 1911, until paid, and Nos. 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only. . brush ready to flop. $115.15 C03ts herein, and for the purpose the cities of Phiadeiphia MilwauSow clover seed twice to be of distributing the proceeds of said kee Butte Mont., and Portland, lands amongjthe heirs of Wm. D. Cave Orgeon. Visible in Mexico and sure it will take, and don't for- deceased, 1 shall proceed to offer for e door in ColumW1LM0RE HOTs Central America, the. path o f get the alslike along with the red. sale at the bia Ky., to the highest bidder, at Pubtotality will extend from Auk-lan- d W. M. CUIUJUORH, Prop it. It is too late when the stack has lic Auction, on Monday the 6 day of March 1911, atjl o'clock p. m., or Australia across the Pacific tumbled and smothered ycur best First-ClaTable (being County ocean. At Kicnmona va , ana cow regret not havingfenced it off credit of six months the Court) upon a following desGood Sample Roome at New Orleans La., the phenom- Opt. anv pvr.ra nlnw nnints or cribed property, to wit: A certain Feed Stable At V' enon will occur either in part o r tract of land situated in Adair county Reasonable Rates Other fixtures J OU may need, be- - Ky., on the waters of Butlers Creek a ' sunset, but wholly after tributary to Gretn River, bounded on you get OUt plow Eclipses of the Sun. ' i Attention! We Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill Stock ready for use. A large assortment of Windows, Doors, Roofing, Colonial Columns. In fact we can furnish ..any wf Building or Repair work. Interest to inspect i I part is or al11 the Wood, any grade desired, that needed for It will be to your Prices. our Stock and Sandusky & Co. Columbia, Ky, - i I Court-hous- J ther-abo- ut ss A ft r HUGHE S COJttPAPY BLINDS basn5 uoors, Biincis, Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. H ? 'V P -- . w 3 m. T . H I Harrods-burgismo- re fortunate' Here is the scheduled to begin at 5:30 in and last just one the after-noo- n fore Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good gcods. Tf We appreciate them. 4 1 $ E. V L HUGHES CO., INCORPORATED. V 211-2- 15 Street LOUISVILLE, KY. E. Main U. G. HARDWICK, Pres. J. It COCKE, V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec W. T.Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 IwmnWfliGHTS 1301 N. mflCHiHisTS ENGINES. ECILERS, SAW MLS. SMOKESTACKS, Sheet.Iron and Tank Work DEALERS IN GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS LOUISVILLE THIETeeNTH-Mftl- 21-2- clover, too. W. A. Coffey Master Com. A. C. C Casey Creek, Jones Chapel, Are you really in the harness March 2. As True as Gospel. for business now? Many folks are Mannsville, Mannsville,lMarch Buckle the straps good, tuck in 5. the end and let the other fellow Be wise worldly, b e not Cane Valley, Carmel, March do the kicking Keep your legs inworldly wise. 2. side the traces and pull true all Who are a little wise the best Columbia and Tabor, March the time. fool be. 3. Frost, and digging post- - holes Hell is full of good meanings Grady ville, March 14. do not go together very well; but and wishings. as soon as the earth does soften 9. Temple Hill March To a close shorne sheep God West Tompkinsville, March up, you will have the very best time of all the year to get ready gives wind by n.easure. 2. for the fence. It isn't nearly No pleasue is comparable t o 6. Tompkinsville, March such hard work then as it is later standing upon the vantage T. L. Hulse, P. E. when the earth is as dry and as ground of trust. hard as a bone. A Word for the Langshan. Cleanness of body was ever 1-4-11-112-118-125-2- Hendrickson and Rebecca Squires, on metal roofs take a comfortable the west by the lands of S. L Banks. hour. The other eclipses of t h e spell and paint them. Get all such For full description reference is made sun for 1911 falls October 22 and to jobs out of the way before some- in the Judgment orders and pleadings this action. The said lands being the o the United will be invisible t thing else begins to crowd you. same owned and resided upon by Wm States. Harrodsburg Herald. B. Cave, at the time of his death. Are patches in the yard bare of For the purchase price, the purchaser DISTRICT, COLUMBIA SECOND grass? After the first thaw sprin- with approved surety or securities, on mustoxecute Bond, bearing legal interkle some Kentucky blue-gras- s ROUND. est from day of sale until pail, and them and rake in when ground having the fooce and effect of a Judg- Spurlington and Early, Tay- gets dry enough. A little white ment. Bidders will be prepared to j comply promptly with these terms. lors Chapel, February 25-2- 6. GRftDYV'ILLe,' the north of the lan(s of Wm Beard, otJU"b "Vi" on the east by the lands of D. P. Kice, you have any iron or other on the south by the lands of Alfred -- . If , ' j I ! 't I the for the KY S. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON wwgJHrPSBWPyt -- - 3tr . r zr rj l ""& Special Attnetin io Eyes sur-trica- ! Spavin or any Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Won ey due when work is done or stocV removed from stables. LOCATION-NE- AR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE. ON BURKSV1LLE STREET. Joseph J H. w Stone, Attoney-At-La- Will pradice m this and adjoining counties. i Jamstown, .: Kentucky, j They are the very best of win- ter layers, flaying large brown eggs while the thin feathered JOBBINQ.WORK SOLICIT RD birds are nursing frosted combs or shivering in the fence corners. All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- They are good table fowls. Their flesh approaching nearer turkey in flavor than any other fowl. They respond readily to good treatment, but will stand a great deal of rough treatment. 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD For this reason they are an ideal We will'save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long farmers' fowl. They are very as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights gentle mothers; can set them and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. anywhere and they will set, or 58INCH jmove them from one place to somcti another. They are good foragers, 42INCH but bear confinement well. Mrs. T. W. Eckles, Adams co. 111. i To renew worn meadow with- esteemed to proceed from a due out plowing it, give it a thorough reverence to God. harrowing so that the carpet of Reading maketh a full man, sod is well torn to bits, then top conference a ready man and dress heavily, sow grass seed, writing an exact man. and harrow and brush it smooth. Virtue is iike precious odors, most fragrant when they A taving Clause. incensed cruched. , Why Not are t Read The I ELLWOOD WIRE FENCE , Moderation is the silken string Justice McKenna and Justice running through the pearl chain Lurton of the Supreme Court of of all virtues. the United States were riding Commonly we say a judgmemt Sen-pthome from the capitol when falls upon a man for something' ' McCumber of North Dakota in him we cannot abide. ' S joined them. They gave him a Has Millions or Friends. place in the car between them, or Avv vrUI VI I WATTERSON VXAAAA'W VT7vT77wTIS I t 26INCH The Roundup. and the conversation turned to How would you like to number your ' tariff. Senator McCumber be- friends by millions as Bucklen's" Arnica Salve does? Its astounding cures in the lieves that the tarifi should be past forty years made them. Its the HENRY revised upon the difference in best Salve in ehe world for sores, ulthe cost of production at home cers, eczema, burns, boils, scalds, cuts, and abroad. With a fair profit corns, sore eyes, sprains, swellings, j Journal? Editor. rfiW" ;afcfciiiiMfeVlbiJ, u'liiJt rtv'l vi',"ir. " tLLWOCD - NtLU 15TANDAKD crnn?t!ffitt!twtfKfTjrif'.(,s ''"lijMitS. I SIYLtjnAUt in SIX ntltinTS j Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. , DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Between t First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. Eloped With Wife's Sister. Chief of Police, Wm. Yowell. Sunday arrested O.L.Wilson and Miss Lifsie Hall who were on the afternoon passenger to Louisville train en-rou- te and lodged them in jail. The arrest was made on request of the Sheriff of Casey county, who arrived Monday and conveyed the ers to Liberty. Kills A Murderer. The Sheriff stated that the young lady was 17 years of age A merciless murderer is appendicitis with many victims, and a daughter of A. G. Hall, a New Life Pills kill it but Dr. King's by prevention. prominent farmer of Casey coun- They gently stimulate stomach, liver ty, and that she was eloping with and bowels, preventing that cloggsng invites appendicitis, curing Conwho had de- that her brother-in-lastipation, Headache, Biliousness Chills, two small 25c at Paull Drug Co. serted his wife and w children. Wilson appeared to be about thirty years of age When searched at the jail here, Wilson had $137 in money and a pistol.1 The Sheriff stated that feeling in Casey was intense and that he feared trouble when he returned with the prisoner. Mr. Yowell received a reward of $25 for making the arrest. Marion Falcon. The loudest talking always dies the quickest. A woman doen't mind being fooled when she does it herself. The quickest way to convince a girl that you have good taste is to tell her she is good looking. A woman gets as excited over a wedding in the neighborhood as a man does over baseball game. As soon as a girl gets married she gets busy and tries to get some other girl into the same kind of trouble A Frenchman used a lage stone jar for a pillow, explaining that it was not hard because he stuffed it full of hay added. "Senator," said Justice Mc- bruises, cold sores. Has no equal for piles. 2oc at Paull Drug Co. We Can Furnish You Kenna, seriously, "I have been spending the summer in the country. What is the cost of production of an egg?" Senator .McCumber is a stand-pstatesman, especially on farm products. He thought a moment. at Basket ball may be a perfectly The lovely game but when it becomes necessary to call upon the police tn nrv nlavers anart i t would seem that a revised rule of some , sort might well be inserted. . Adair f My NeWS and tlie Weekly A Splendid Opportunity. Courier-JOurn- al "That, Mr. Justice," he anprice of swered, gravely, "depends, I The subscriptionthe greatest the Dailynewspal, should say, upon the wear and J per in the South, is $6 per year or $4 for eight months. We can send you the tear on the hen." Courier-JournaCourier'-Journal Both One Year JjS I for eight months and $2.50. thelew$ for one year both for Rttadks School Principal., For $1,50 We can also give liberal .' A severe attack on school principal, Chas. B Allen, of Sylvania, Ga., is thus told by him. "For more than three years," he writes, "I suffered inScientist are demonstrating describable torture from rheumatism, liver and that nearly 50 per cent, of our kidneys. stomach trouble and diseased All remedies failed till I used bodily ills are caused by mental Electric Bitters, but four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me comworries hysteria. pletely." Such results are common. A simple test for purity of Thousands bless them for curing stomsugar is to burn it. If pure, fire ach trouble, female complaints, kidney disorders, biliausness, and for new entirely consume it;if adulterat- health and vigor. Try them. Only 50c ' at Paull Drug Co. ed, it will leave an ash This is $1.50 less than you would have alone. to pay for the Courier-JournIf vou onlv want the C. J. for four months with the News for one yearyou can get them both for ?1.75. This offer is for a very limited time, and should be accepted at t nee. If you are already a subscriber to the News renew at once. If you are' not a subscriber now is the time" to subscribe and get with it. the great Courier-JournThis proposition is only extended to parties living outside of the corporate limits of Columbia. The C. J. does this in order to protect the local agent. al , al combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. ComWrite Courier-Journpany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper lOT to the :. Courier Journal. al THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Ix'JSJ Nervous Women ) dul Cardui is a woman's 5cx (For nervous, tired women, we recommend medicine. cally on the female organs and has a tonic, building effect on the whole system. It contains no harmful ingredients, being a pure vegetable extract. If you suffer from some form of female trouble, get Cardui at once and give it a fair trial. It acts Car- specifi- Will Help Ycra n.rr, J 35 Sl HoWWr nf P.idnrrflh. Kv.; tried Cardui and writes: is just grand. I have been usii.sr it for eleven years. r.! "I think Cardui wute j. nam uccu ieei old I am 48;fyears ncofl ana RuffpriiKe a uiuerciu wumuu, ains. nervousness T from bearing down tr Uno. and sleeplessness, but now the pains are all gone and I sleep good. j.xj i nigniy recomniena uruui iur yuuug uuu uiu. ww AT ALL DEUG STORES last week, but is better at this Creelsboro. writing. Rev. J. F. Black of Cane ValSome farmers in this neigh-- , Mr. Joe Humphress, who has borhood are nearly done break-- 1 been working on the Panama ley, spent Thursday and Friday with his parents Mr. Mrs. R. M. ing. Canal, is visiting his parents Black. Miss Mattie Pollard is visiting now. Mr. Clyde tBuster who has Miss Cleo Shepherd this week. Mr. Oze Botton and family left been attending school at Glens-for- k Mr. Reed Caldwell of Burdick, last week for Illinois. has returned. was here last week buying catMr. Alexander,"a dry goods Miss Mamie Miller and Mrs. tle. drummer, and his driver took Mr. Finis Cundiff and family dinner at Mr. J. R. Christie's Mamie Ramsey were in town Thursday. of Cane Valley were visiting Mr. last Wednesday. Misses Ida and Emma Blade James Smith and wife last SunMr. and Mrs. Hiram Shively were the pleasant guests of Miss day. will soon occupy their new buildMrs. J. R. Cundiff and daugh ing, which is being erected near Sallie Vigle Friday night ivirs. maunaa oiayton ceieora- ter, Miss Anna, were visiting Mr. Christie's store. J. P. Todd at Coburgonedayj The Birthday dinner given in ted her 74th birthday the 11th of thie mnnfVi last week. honor of Little Cecil Morris, on There Mr. John R. Cundiff bought 1 Satnrdav. thp ISrh wa hio-hl..... show waa a moving picture. our wn Thursday hog from Gents Handy, price enjoyed by all his little friends. night and a large crowd attended ?1X Mrs J T? HhricHo and UUUgllb- ..- ViitlUWlU Miss Ada Thurston spent FriMisses Cleo Shepherd and Mat er, Bettie, visited Mrs. B. V. day night with Miss Sailie Vigle. tie Pollard were visiting, Miss Hovious, last week. Misses Beula Smith Bessie and bailie Key Wilson last Saturday Born, to the wife of Mrs. night. Floyd Lewis, February the 10th, Pearl Blankenship spent Thursday nignt with Mrs. A A. ClayMessrs. Curt Stephen, Howard a son. Cyclone. t j , ' nice milch cow of Mr. George' Hammons for $28. Mr. U. M. Grider has return' ' ed from Louisville this week where he had gone on business. Mr. Charlie Lloyd is car-- ( rying the mail for Mr. J. O. Pol- -' ley this winter. He likes his job and is giving good satisfaction. Miss Ina Bryant is sick at this ; , ' ,- -w- -.M i ...... writing. There will be sinoriner at Con- cord nexfc gunday afternoon con. ducted by Prof& Hill;Grider and Blair. Fror. Hill says we have tne best class at f!onwd of anv place he knows of. Come out and hear us sing. Farmlngdale, HI. i Vf A.V UJ.AVA Editor News: 5H n i . nraHRMMMMHMMMMMUMIHaMiMMHNMH S. 2)u nbar BUILDING. RING Res. 'Phone 29. Dr. Office ' Phone 40- - 2)entist OFFICE, FKONT ROOKS IN James Triplet! Dentist. Reynierson and Sawney BrownMrs. Melcina Hovious was calling, of the L. W. T. S., were ed to the bedside of her sick visiting Messrs. J. W. Cundiff mother, this week. and S. M. Suddarth, last SaturObituary. day and Sunday. Miss Mary Todd was visiting Misses Anna and Lela Cundiff Mrs. Jennie McClister, wife of last Saturday night and Sunday. Herschel B. McClister, after a Mr. James Suddarth was in protracted illness, borne with Campbellsville on business one Christian patience and fortitude 9 day last week. died at her home near Fairplay Mr. Frank McFarland and Feb. 3 1911 The cause of her death sister Miss Lura, were in Colum- was consumption. All was done for her that loving hands could bia one day last week. do but God saw it best to take The pound party given by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner last week her away and we bow in humble was largely attended and enjoy- submission to Him who doeth all things well. ed by all. JEFFRIES' 'PHONE NO. 40, 3. . JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK' COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY J FissXSSXS ' Beeing as I. see no news from thi3 part of theworld,JI thought it would be possible for me to scribble a few lines to your most valuable paper, which is a most ton. welcome visitor to our home, Mrs Alice Irvin ha3 g o t a coming as it does on Thursday nice gang of little chickens say of each week, each! one clamors can you beat this. for it to read of the Deoole of Miss Audra Coffey and brother. oW home state John and Eddie Black were in We are having a very mild town Tuesday J winter here this time, there has Mr. J. B. Thurston has newly been only three little snows this covered his residents. vvinter, about enough to track a i ! WEEKLY COURIER - JOURNAL HENRY.WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, .Democratic in polities. 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 paz if you will give or send your order to tins paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, S6.QQ I Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr $2.08 combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. We can give you a i tffftS &?5S' Picke 6iX.SXi) -) :X?XSS$S;3SXS)SI Tobacco Warehouse INDEPENDENT C. A. BRIDGES & Co. PROPRIETORS Corner Eighth and Main Streets,. LouisyiHe, Ky. pour H0nths Storage Free chas. a. bridges W. G. BRIDGES Give us a trial. We Guarantee to Please you Table suppHed With the Best the MarkefAffords Meals, 35c M1LLEN M. D. MILLEN & HOUSE. CO., Prnprs Located on Railroad St., one square east of L. & N. Station i Lebanon, - Kentucky.. rabbit. Wheat looks well, of which Mr. W. B. Morris and wife there was a very large acreage put out last fall. were at Purdy last Monday. Dr. Cartwright of Columbia, I notice in the News of the called on cne of Mr.Hec Corbin'sj stork visiting Mr. Frank Shep children which has whooping herd's and I also read a letter cough last week. written by Melvin White, one of Mr. Wesley Willis will start in! my old friends. I am glad to She was born June 1. 1877 was J. A. Neagles and son were the near future to Ashland, 111., jknow that Mr White is sailing look- the oldest daughter of Mr. and through this neighborhood to make tliat his home. Our m tne airplanelof prosperity, Mrs. Crawford Loy who preceded ing after dark tobacco a few community wishes him success ' Today is the 17th, and I am ' her to the home above. She pro- days ago. and prosperity sitting by the telephone waiting fessed faith in Christ early in life Brack Cain sold 16 head of cat Mr. Plato Wade purchased a for Mr- - Arvin Turner to call me and united with the M. E. Church to Al Thomas of Campbells-- 1 tle meet him at the station. I South of which church she was a fine heifer calf last week. ville for $402. He bought of Mr. will call me as he consistent member until her Mr. Allie Harmon, wife and!uppo3e he S. E. Squires and son 8 head of children of this place, visited the told me in a letter that he would death. calves for $125: 2 from F. W, Mr. James At - be here today' Ifc can be truy said of her that laters parants, Shepherd for 54; 1 from Christie Say Mr. C. M. Pollard, why is was made better be- - chleyofnear Gentry's Mill last. ' tne wor Curry for $27. ,it that you dont speak once cause she lived in it. In her week. Owen Wilson is on the sick Mr Jimmy Willis was at Co through the Q columns of your home she was a model wife, a list at this writing. ' home papetfandllet usNorthern true mother, and a neghbor in nmhia last. Mnnrfav. As there has been talk of build- people know thatyou are still whom all hadthp. utmost, faith. Wp Mr. J. B. Burton and wife ing a bridge across Russell creek can not better express the beau- - spent last Sunday with their treading the rolling waves of old at the Burk ford, will say that Russell's Creek. Hello! Col. H. tyof her life than to use the daughter, Mrs. Hec Corbin. .. , pvprvnnnv in true n oi or nnnrnnnH .A. Todd, how'jarefyou? fine and ' words of her father who on his , ., . Mrs. Bettie Willis visited is for it II mere is a oriage dandy, I hope. death bed had called Jiis children Mrs. Vinia Morris last week. needed in Adair county it is at Mr. J. P. Handy has located around him to give them a fathMr. Duck Burton has complet the Burk ford. The people in1 er's last council he said, "Jennie ed a new room which has im- - near Bradfordton, IllJSfA young the Pellham neighborhood have man bearing the name oi Harry " !pr0VedhlS reS,dence to bem water bound nearly all win-- 1 Stinson came to Illinois and con- day death she call Mr. John Edd Burton was at :tracted a bad caseof "homesick- ter and there have been several The ed her friends afid loved nes fc Columbia last week. narrow escapes from being ness and took thefnext train and ner Dea Siae ana atter assuring drowned at that ford. The Miss Fannie Triplett is visiting pulled his freight for old Ky., ;u nA OM uvjm n.1, on iiiui j.ui.11 aic wu a - them of her willingness and read- - Miss Flora Morris at present. uaiiuuiu nuu Mrs. G. P. Handy has been iness to go she said, 1 am going gerous even when the creek is quite sick with lagrippe but is home today, and toward the close Cray Craft. low. so Ip.ts havp. a hrinVp at thp better at this writing. of the day she fell asleep in that Burk fork. VVell Springfield had the honoi Mr. J. O. Polley and family peace which the world can not had a very pleasant visit to Mr. of entertaining President Taft, give or take away. ' Christie' Store. Saturday the 11th, of this month. She is survived by a husband Albert Blair's last Tuesday. Mr. Blair ownes an excellent organ There were about 5,000 peqple The farmers of this section are and four children a brother and cheeredftiim. I could not sister many relatives and friends and Mrs. Polley being an organ- - that very busy plowing. ist, we weie highly entertained see whY they cannot) go along Mrs. iLoa Humphress is quite who deeply feel the loss of one for a while with some very de- - an nofc make al fol of i so dear. sick at this writing. selves, but it was funny to see music. But why do we mourn departed friends Mr. Burr Gilpin, the Grocery Or quake at death's alarms? limbing telephone Mrs. Nancv L. Hughes who ' the PeoPle "lis but the voice that Jesus sends, drummer, called to see Mr. J. R. has been confined to her bed for poles and upon the'roofs of housTo call them to his arms. Christie, last Saturday. May all the surviving mem several weeks is no better. es jsst to get a glimpse of one Mrs. Stella Hovious and Mrs. bers of the family be prepared to Though it is not from lack of j that was nothing more than man. Ida Williams were visiting Mrs. meet the deDarted one in that good nursing, for her nurse Miss A Live Issue. Maggie Pendleton last Thursday, j divinely prepared place. Rutha Bryant gives her every Funeral services were conduct- attention possible. The Valentine drawing at Miss A Missouri candidate used as Annie Hovious' was largely at- ed by Rev G. R. Abrel assisted Little Vernon Burress who has ' tended, and all reported a nice by Rev. J. F. Roach after which had a very severe case of croup his principal campaign argument a blotter, on one side of which the remains were laid to rest i n is much better. time. was printed a picture of his nine Mr. Floyd Lewis started for the McClister burying ground. Mr. Walker Bryant bought of children, who constituted, so the A precious one from us has gone, lllinoise last week. Mr. Valentine Bryant one tract caption read, nine reasons why A voice we loved is still; Meekie Humphress was A place is vacant in our home, Miss x)f land for which he paid $1,000. The arhe should be elected. Which time can never fill. visiting her sister, Mrs. Jo Ann Mr. George T. Bryant bought gument prevailed. Two addiYet again, we hope to meet dear Hardin, one day last week. of Mr. William Dixon 29 acres of tional reasons arrived last week, Jennie When the spark of life has fled, John Humphress, the little son land for which he paid $11 per and it is reasonably safe to preAnd in heaven with joy to greet her, of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hum Where no farewell tears are .shed. acre. dict that their author will be su A Cousin. phress, got his hand badly cutf Mr. John D Hays bought a candidate for i Purdy. I i j , I . ."., ' ! ; i 'T JTJ7.?' ! i i ' j ' ; I them-lightf- ul I ; i I t re-electi- 8 Grady vlilc. W. L. Grady bought THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Grady, who took due notice of the occasion and tapped several of his nice maples in his grove and the water came in abundance and we must say here that Mr. and Mrs. Grady are now the recipients of several gallons of nice syrup, the only syrup that can- nut be surpassed. passed away; the end came at his ouw, i amci wovcuo , reu., j., S Mrs. L. T. Bradshaw who was 1911. The deceased was 77 striken with a very serious case years of age. He leaves several of pneumonia, a month ago i s children to mourn the loss. The still confined to her bed. funeral was preached by Brc? Jas. H. Kelsey is getting his! Nathan Murrell in the presence chair factory in operation. It bids of a k rge crowd of sorrowing fair to become a sucessful enter- - friends, after which the remains were laid to rest. We are glad to note that the prize. Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Z. Conover T good people of our town have re7 ,: Shernff Sale of Land for Taxes. organized their prayer services of Columbia visited the family of On Monday March 6 1911, at. the that will meet every Wednesday J. J. Dudley a few days ago, night, with two extra good Sun- ., Charlie Collins is now in charge Isame . . door in Columbia, K., the .. . fi r J ... " ' Jaay acnoois witn gooa attenu- jot j. A. Uhapman store and will term of the Adair county court. I will with it. be pleased to meet any person in ' otter to tne n,6nst b"der for cash in anee m connection hand the following described tracts ot Does seem that everybody should quest Of dry goods. and or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy the tax and cost due for the vear 1910 be on gaining ground spiritually. It is evident that there will b e Glensfork. j j j ; 8 w$sm 1 sxsxsafe X A last week one acre of land in our city from Strong Hill for $40. Charlie Sparks has the mail contract from this place to monton. of Milltown was in our midst one day the first of the week. Mr. S. A. Harper is having a nice lot of staves prepared for the market at this time. Mrs. W. W. Yate3, who has been in delicate health for several months is able to be up at this VV. have taken charge of PHELPS BROS. HOTEL and will endeavor to run same to the satisfaction of old and new custo- J. Townsend, j , j Livery and Feed stable in connection with the HOTEL. Special pains taken in the care and feeding of stock. mers. I will also continue in the Implement and Hardware Business and carry a good line of Field seeds. i court-hous- e . 1 .. N,. .. j J. H. Phelps. I time -- WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 1. Mr. Rufus Pullianv one of our town called in to see us one day planted in this section this year! R. C Bean "JO acres joins G F. prosperous fawners was with us Pike, tax and cost for the last week and informed us that We have here in the Glensfork last Friday. year 1910 3 12 52 everything was moving along valley some of the best soil in u T. Hov.ous 2j acres, joins The growing crop of wheat in nicely in the Milltown section outhern Kentucky and where the Sam Bottom, tax and cost this section is looking fine consid- with some preparation for anoth 4 19 "". e ,y,Jaru ? soil failed to bring forth a boun Lewis Heirs (N. R.) 150 acres ering the weather. er crop of tobacco notwithstand - te0U3 harvest you may p u t i t joins Z. D. Sanders, tax Miss Mildred Walker spent last ing that tnere Had only been a. and cost for the year 1'JIO 5 32 down that it has not been prop week in Columbia visiting rela- small per cent of the last year ' perly COL RED IN DISTRICT NO 1. tickled. Mrs. Margrett Crow 50 acres tives. crop marketed up to the present hn We joins Jo Bottom tax and Mr. J. F. Pendleton and fami- and what 'has been was with very 4 CI cost for the year 1910 thy with our friends i n the W .1. Fitchpatrick (N. R ) 27 ly visited relatives at Sulphur unsatisfactory prices. Neatsvilje section who are strugacres joins V. f I. Carney Well a few days of last week. tax and cosi for the year gling to obtain funds to build ai Vesrer. 1910 2 02 Mr. Willie Rose, of Nell sold a bridge at that point. If they can WII1TKS IM niSTItll'T Vfl combined horse to G. E. Nell for Burning tobacco beds is the or- - raise a substantial sum in that s G. Tarter 70 acres joins S. s- - Williams, tax and cost 3200. neighborhood and among those der of the day. G IS r e year Geo. H. Nell sold last week a who would be most benefitted by Mr. Sam Burton sold two hogs WHITES IN JISTRICT NO 8. nice bunch of sheep to George E. the bridge we know of no reason Laura Al tle (N R) ,3 . c es to Mr. J. E. Burton, for $25. Why OUr fiscal court should not joins J. C. Bradshaw tax Nell for $75. The McGaha correspondent nnfc and cost, fot theyeai 1910 4o VVp nfrpn nn r.hp rpminrlfir Mr. J. D. Waiker spent a day Lemuel Coomer 95 acres joins was mistaken about Mr. Jim Bursee people here who are unchar- Oscar Graves, tax and or so of last week transacting ton living near Snake creek. He cost for the 'ear 1910 4 84 ritable enouirh to Drotest aerainst bjsiness in Columbia. im Gibson 29 acres joins D. C. lives near Garlin, on Mr. Clem taxes to build bridges on the Humes, tax and cost for Mr. J. M. Rowe, of Sparksville Burton's place. We the year I9l0 4 3S other side of the. county. community was in our midst last Mr. Heck 0. Burton, of Casey ought to Mrs. Rosa Hadley 15 acres joins thank God that we are Friday and reports everything county, II. Melson tax and cobt is moving into this neigh- not surrounded by dangerous for the 11)10 I 6G moving along quietly in his comborhood. years Mrs, M. J. Montgomery 100 streams. At few munity. acres joins M. F. Montn Mr. Joe Green Burton and ago there was no a man among us gomery, tax and cost for Mr. J. H. Holladay, who has Burton our hustling hucksters to protest against the $5,000 the the year 1910 been teaching here for the past Thos. Pallium 1532 acres joins are doin .r a fine business, tlur county was proposing to put into Henry Bardin, tax and month or so left u for Edmonrah, for the new firm a turnpike for us. It is he same co?t for the year I91 ton last Saturday. 8S 78 credit by $85 00 M- -. C'eai Burton purchased a old tale of moss backs kickin. W. B. Cave filled his regWHITES IN DISTRICT NO '1 Rev. good mi k c.v from 3. H Mur on the public improvements. d Coomer 50 acres joins Jesse ular appointment here last Satur- rell. Price unknown. Bleeding, tax and cost Wilson Store day and Sunday. for the year IOlO 3 79 In replv to Mr. Frank Bun-esLoucilla Go .van I2o acres joins Mr. Fux Simmons, of James-,tow- n J. O. Moore, tax and cost letter. I was glad to know that Miss Lou Bailey is visiting spent a day or so here last for the vear 1910 3 41 he was in a healthy community; relatives at Russell Springs. lack Ni,Jier 25 acres joins R O week visiting his son, Dr S. Sim jut Frank need not fear of ever Porter Murrell and family left Keltner, tax and cont lor z mons the year 1910 h .ving to be buried out there, for 111 where they expect to mak Marshal Roach 72 acres joins Miss Emma Bragg, of Jamesfor we knew it was a mistake their future heme. Tom Colt, tMX aiui oL town, who has beer, visiting rela when we heard about h's death, for i he vmr l!)l0 3 73 D. L. Wilson was in Columbia G A. Shirley 10 acres joins D. tives here for several weeks will for we knew he couldn't be kill G Taylor, tax and cose a few days ago. return to her home in a few days. ed. for the yoar IOlO 3 16 ' Mr. Joe Kearns and family Mrs M C. Walker 75 acres Mrs. Miilie Hill, the Mrs. Milford Burton, who has joins .J no. Thurman, tax visited relatives in Russell counmilliner, of our place will been sick for time remains about I 99 and cost lor the yearI9I0 ty leave for Louisville in a few days, the same. 10 acres joins D.G. Asil Wilcox Taylor, tax and cost for Mr Deck Brackman visited his where she will buy a nice stock Mr J W. Moore purchased 2 13 the year 1910 daughter, Mrs- - E. A. McKinley of goods for this market. COLNRED IN DISTRICT NO 4. hogs from Mrs. Sillar A. Burton, last week. We can almost hear the sound osh Taylor 50 acres joins Geo. for $5 50. Parson, tax and cost of the hammer on the four new There is a mneting in progress Mr. V. B. Smith, wife and year 1910 3 33 dwellings that will be pushed to at Oak Grove this week, Rev. WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 5 children, of near Columbia, were Wilson doing the preaching. a finish in our city in the nearby Mrs. Dflila Coomer 25 acres visiting the latter's parents of joins Clem Coomer, tax spring. Prof. Tom Pierce, of Green; and cost for the year 1910 I 9!) this place, Saturday night and COUnty conducted a singing atjT. W. Shirley 75 acres joins s The well known dry goods Sunday. S Wilson, tax and cot Cjncord last Saturday night. man, of Louisville, (to wic,) Dn for the year 1010 5 33 Mrs. Cordie Goodan and' little Tom is a fine singer and we would 'Curd "was with our merchants a WHITES IN DISTRICT NO G, Clarcie, were the be glad to have him c me again H.C. Harmon 48 acres joins no. - day or so of last week. Mr. Curd daughter, Foster, tax and cost for says his lr.adeis.g3od as could be quests of 'Mrs. S. J. Dooley, Sun- sometime. the year 1910 4 GS R. W Morrison 128 acres joins day evening. expected considering the times. Mr. Smiley, our huckster made G. P.! Watson (heirs,) tax Mr. J. K. P. Dixon is quite njs regular trip here and cost for the year i910 4 C6 Dr. L. C. Nell left last Wedlat week. .COLORED IN DISTRICT NO G. nesday for Mt. Sterling, Louis- - sick at this writing. Messrs. Joe Wilson' and Archie Mary L. .Johnson (N R) J acre joins F. P. Rice, tax ard Miss Malinda Dooley was in Holt made a flying trip to Garlin ville and Frankfort. Dr. will be cost .for the j ear 1910 1 77 days but during Columbia shopping, last Friday. laat week. -- absent several Anderson Massie 12 acres joins .his absence his partner, Dr. S. Tom Murrell. tax and cost Mr. Logan Wilson left last Miss Lena Dooley was the for the year 1910 3 10 and is guest of Mrs. Kate Sutton, 'Simmons will fill all calls last week for Illinois. Ino I Smith 74 acres joins ready at any and all times. Friday evening. June Glove tax and cost Mr. Taylor Sanders is no bet- for the year 1910 7 44 We must not lorget to make Misses Beatrice and P i n k i e ter at this writing. IN DISTRICT NO 7. WHITES mention throjgh the News that Breeding were in our town last Mr. E. A. McKinley is running COLORED IN DISTTICT NO 7. T, H Murray (heirs) 80 acres 'One of our blacksmiths, Mr. Wes-de- y Thursday. his shingle machine tnis week. joins J. P. Hutchinson, Parsons, who formed a parttax and cost for the year Rice Bros., of color will move Mrs. Mary Lize Chapman of 1910 nership some time ago with horse II 04 Garlin, was at Vester shopping, their saw miU from EIi to t!lis Ed Waggener 3 acres joins swapping in his business made a Frank McCIure, tax, and P'ace in a lew days; tney Dougnt ' iof Fridav success of it. During the dull cost for the year 1910 3 78 a bunch of timber from Mr. John Mr. E. W. Bryant was married WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 7 A days Mr. Parsons is noticed on Roy. Sam Shreve I town lot in CoJockey street with a good plug last Sunday to Mrs. Sarah Jane 'i lumbia, tax and cost for Mr. Lige Bryant has gone to ki,K 4 ", ready to accommodate any one Sumler. ,. . the W .jS 111. D. Patteson, S. A. Cj that may come his way and so 1 will grind, corn iatf my millt every An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. . far has been very successful. Dunnville. P Saturday. I will also sell shirigles,and Malcum Comtiest died one day man of our have plenty now for the market, either The only last week with croup. Jo Ellis, of Pellyton, was in . section that knows a good thing oak or chestnut. Mr. Sylvester Cravens has this community on business, a E. A. McKinley when, it comes in sight is W. L. j Mr. Frank Dohoney, of Mill- - a rather large acreage of corn by tne following named persons to-wi- t: &Q &p$ &$ ,$, &$ cat- few days ago. R. L. Dickinson was in Colum bia a few days ago on business. - Friday with a nice bunch of tle. j j ; m -- ' Farmers are most done break Geo Ellis and Rowe Absher,1"" corn ground in this locality. Wheat is looking some better. were visiting friends and relatives in this community, a few The Presbyterian church which days age. is being built at K Aly ville near Miss Emma Pelley, of. Pelley - jhere is going up rapidly and ton, visited Miss Vera Dickinson a few days. Jo Thomas and Virgie Rubarrs were in Russell county this week, ' looking for hogs. A few of the farmers are plow-- , soon will be completed if weath- - er stays good. Mr. E. C. Page, formally of this place but later of Frankfort, passed through here last week en route to Jamestown with a Prisoner, of the penetentiary, wno was a witness in a case wni"ch was being tried in court at tne above named place, Born, to the wife cf Grover C. Judd, Feb. 26. a 12 pound Demo-at '?. , , ing. Some intend to raise tobac will i ' co. hut hot weather a-id j ' I un-fordab- le Al-vi- doubt less blast ambition's swelling bud they will continue to chew store tobacco. Charlie Pierce visited relatives crat- Columbia, this week. Miss' Ina Dohoney, who was J. F. Pelley has been confined to his room with rheumatism fo visiting relat.ves here for the the past few days, but is some Past few weeks returned to Bradfordsville, on the 26th. She at this writing. R. L. Dickinson bought a cow was accompanied as far a of David Ellis last Saturday, fori bv Rollh Todd of near here. ' I i b-tt- er ! ! C-vi- lle $37.50 ! P- - V. Grissom, i D. M. Ross was atSpuriing'on, ;uei ana iYl1"- Imen' were calling on our mer a fe.vdavsairo on business. Q. Alexan- 7T Wry, travelm O J. s' to fill his regular appointment Sunday, on; Rev. Baker failed chan Mr- - t last week. account of rains. Mrs. Martha Thomas died last L'ine Hartfield of Green county, was here on business ,ast Fr,f?ay-Wednesda- y -- well-kno- wn I fo-t- he j on foot to move our Baptist church from its present stricken with paralysis about two! weeks before her death. She Nation to a site recently pur- -' was laid to rest in the family chased of Mrs. Laura Christie near confer of town. We think burying ground. M rs. Mag Rubarts and' family the rr'ove is one in riSht .direct- v.sited the family of B. F. Rus- - um. sell, last week. Maple Hill. Bill Rubarts and David Ellis? are preparing to go west. We presume they will make it their! The school is progressing and hope they will speed- - ly at Maple Hill under the man-il- y t of Mrs. Seldon Hatch- get rich. night. She was A move 1S ! nice-hom- e, f ' ag-men- J j Mr. Claud Weir and Miss Mary "r-Web- I .1 both of Webbs X Roads. were married a few days ago i' the residence of the brides fa ther, Mr. Frank Webb. Tnev left for Illinois immediately af ter the wedding, where they wi;' make their future home. That w had as well not have a road law, as to have, the- one w e have at present, is plain enough to any one, though. he be a fooi. Part of the roads in this county are almost impassible at this time of the year. Let us hope - J. M. Garnett was at Greensburg Saturday, Mr. Allen Bennett and wife were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Garnett last Sunday. We are having fine weather for February. Wr. ! Smith was at Greensburg last week on bus! ness. Mr. W. A. - that the next Legislature give us some road laws that will will j i sure enough build good roads. Boss Neal accidentally shot himself through the left hand, wnile loading a pistol a few days ago. He is getting along very well'at present. Cane Valley. Farmers are getting ready for another crop. Wheat is looking very well in this community. Mrs. Fannie Stapp is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. n Hatcher. Mrs. Lary Bennett was at Can Valley shopping Friday. Mr. J. J. Bennett bought one mifk cow and calf from Mr. Brack Cane, for $45. Sel-de- '- -; . , year-191- 5 .A. . , ub-to-da- te -- 12-3- Mr. Sherrod Hatcher and wife visited their daughter, Mrs. Will We have bad some very cold Vaughan last week. weather since, our Jas:; writing. But the "weather is pretty again. Misses Annie .and JDollie. Ben Mr. Reed Caldwell of Taylor nett spent last Tuesday with Lo- county, passed through here last ry Bennett. :- - w il I . v '