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The hall has been repaper-e- d and an elegant new carpet covers sending out the following invitation: Husband of a Russell County Lady Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Garrison invite you the floor. to be present at the marriage Miss Flora McBeath gave a social on Recieves a Fatal Wound. of their daughter, last Friday night in honor of Mr. Eston-HarrMANAGED BY ADAIR COUNTY Virgie, and his sister, Miss Delia. All NEWS AND RUSSELL & CO. to reported a good time. VICTIM LIVED BUT A FEW HOURS. Mr. W. G. Mullinix, on Sunday evening the twelfth A nice house and lot for sale in Cane of March nineteen hundred and eleven Valley. Also a well equipped paying End of Grant Myers, living East of Greenac half after two o'clock. Barber shop. A good location for any wood, Ind., died at St. Vincent's HosAt Home Columbia Kentucky.,, one desiring a home. Levi Dulin, pital Tuesday afternoon from biood Week's Voting. 17-Cane Valley, Ky. poisoning, following a gunshot wound in Barred Plymouth RocK Fowls Ethe arm inflicted by his brother-in-laMr. and Mrs. Sam-N- . A Frightful Accident. Hancock are Robert L. Shirley, Sunday morning. xclusivelyEggs Eggs. now They are occupyShiney is in jail at Franklin on the COUNTERS, J. W. FLOWERS, BRUCE MONTGOMERY AND ROBERT REED. ing the cottage on College street, just charge of murder. Mr. R. A. Myers and family who 15 eggs $1.00, 10o eggs $5.00. I have above the residence of Mr. Geo. W. Shirley and Myers were brothers-i- n have been visiting in Tulsa, Okla.. rea fine grade of fowl stock from. the Lowe. law, the former having married the port a frightful accident that happened noted breeders as Pope & Pope, Louissister of his victim several years ago. just before they left for Monticello. Ballots cast in Piano contest to Monday night, 7 p.m., March 6, 1911. ville Ky. Mrs. Ida H. Paxton, For Sale. Although living opposite each other on Mr. Myers, his son, Robt Page, his I 038 725 Nellie Follis, Columbia Roilingburg, Ky. their respective farms near Greenwood sister. Miss Mary Myers, and a Miss 707 150 Rose Hunn, Columbia for many years, there has long been Rogers, were in an automobile, riding 609 525 C. Browning, Milltown A twenty acre tract of land, very Mrs. J. Eld. Brandt, who is to commence a bitter feeling between the two men. 525 750 series of meetings at the Christian sirable, in the Graded School over the city. They came to a railroad Ethel Moore, Purdy The Culmination started Friday night crossing and seeing no train, moved on, 516 950 church, this place, next Sunday, is not out of town limits. Mrs C. M. Russell, Columbia at a special meeting of the Masonic but just as they got on the track, a car 487 2C0 a stranger to Kentucky. Julia Price, Bliss R. R. Conover. He has held 3t. Lodge at Greenwood, given in honor of struck the automobile, knocking out 392 6C0 a number of very successful meetings Madge Rosenfield, Columbia A fair crowd in town Monday and a former member who had arrived from the occupants, and demolishing one 280 950 in the State Alva Knight, Jamestown Last year he spoke for business reasonably good. Several a Western city for a short visit. 276 625 two weeks at Glasgow, the whole town side of the machine. Robt. Page reBell Butler, Columbia tracts of land were sold by Master ComMyers belonged to the order at ceived bruises about the face and body, 246 400 taking an interest. r. Rosa Bell, Nell missioner W. A. Coffey, and some stock Franklin and Shirley at Greenwood, all the rest escaping, but they were 220 450 Ada Feese, Cane Valley changed hands. Myers was invited to attend the anni- frightened out of their wits. 182 475 Mrs. Georgia Shclton filled Miss M. Fannie Sandusky, Glensfork ." versary meeting but soon after his ar1G9 100 L. Young's place in the Graded School Nora Bradshaw, Montpelier 1 will grind corn at my mill every rival in the Lodge room he learned that 195 250 last week. The latter was called to Marriage Licenses. Lucile Winfrey, Columbia there were some objections for which 165 000 New Castle, to see a sick niece, but Saturday. I will also sell shingles,and Ella Conover, Columbia brother-in-lahe blamed his but he 150 800 death came before she reached home. have plenty now for the market, either Louise Grissom, Columbia The following marriage licenses were immediately left the lodge room. '. 148 350 In the death of her relatives, Miss oak or chestnut. ;... Lutcie Barger, Joppa Sunday morning about 9 o'clock he issued from the Adair county Clerk's 130 925 Young has the sympathy of this town. Nancy Willis, Columbia E. A. McKinley started from his home farm to another office during the month of February. 129 325 Nellie Waggener, Columbia Tandy H. Cook and S. May Burton. Mr Guy Feese and family have rehe owned, and met Shirley driving out 127 100 . Ina Hulse, Columbia Our folder got out of commission John A. Neagle and Pearl Farris. moved to the home of Mr James Feese, into the road from his barn lot. A few 122 450 last week and a number of papers were r. Estelle Bennett, Purdy B. B. Coffey and Maggie Redford. words were passed, and Shirley leaving 119 000 torn so badly they could not be sent to just outside the corporate limits, near , Rosa May Conover, Montpelier Jo Z. Conover and Grace Dudley. ' his horse and buggy went to his house, 110 650 subscribers. Lee Vista Royse, Columbia We did the next best Greensburg road. Achilles Bartin and Bessie Brown. returning with a revolver. Myers 109 300 thing, and mailed about seventy-fiv- e '. Allie Garnett, Columbia For Sale. started to his house also but before J. W. Powell and Bellzona McEIroy. 104 K00 half sheets. We trust that this acciHulda McFarland, Rowena reaching his yard gate stopped and Perry Edmonson and Victoria Barr. 99 500 dent will not again occur. Mary Miller, Columbia A turned back, meeting Shirley again at Willis Wilburn and Victoria Green, 1 coming 3 year old horse mule about ; 89 300 Bettie Loy, Fairplay Harrison Green and Antha Blakey. the same place. More words were exMrs. Nancy Bryant, wife of Daddie 14 hands high. 87 900 Upton, Glensfork Helen Ernest Flowers, Leonard Janes and Lillie Jesse. changed when Shirley fired one shot 85 400 Jim Bryant, 73 years old, was given a lS-Mallie Moss, Columbia Bliss, Ky. Charley Burton and Elsie Powell. from his revolver. The bullet struck 70 300 surprise dinner a few days ago. Mr. Zella Fields, Breeding Luke Wethington ard Lena Wolford. Myers in the left arm just above the 61 500 C. C. Holt, who was present, states . Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Staples have Mattie Gibson, Breeding, elbow, ranging upward cutting the 57 700 that it was a magnicient occassion and removed to the residence on Burkes-vill- e Valeria Turner, Glenville Basket Bali Game. main artery. very much enjoyed. There ware 41 street, owned by Miss Kittie Smith. Myers walked back to his house and children and grandchildren present. Drs, Craig and Cox were summoned. A very exciting game of basket ball An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. O.C. The Graded School proposition was Vaughan died last Wednesday night, a After failing to locate the ball he was was played in the gymnasium room of School last Satursubmitted to the voters of the Russell victim of whooping-cough- . hurried to the St Vincent Hospital, In- the Lindsey-Wilso- n Springs precinct, Russell county, last dianapolis, where the best of surgical day night. The contest was between a Saturday. The school side won easily, aid was administered, but to no avail. Monticello team and boys of the LindFor Sale. On Monday morning, finding that sey Wilson. The game was called at 8 the majority being about four to one. There is some talk that the election gangrene had set in aiong the wound no o'clock and it was exciting from the beOne seven year old horse mule 15. was not legally called, but it is mighty time was lost by the physicians in re- ginning. A large crowd witnessed the handf high, well buiJt.good worker and hard to down a Graded School moving the injured arm at the shoulder contest both sides having good backing. good style. A. C. Wheeler, to same his life. On Tues- The contest terminataed, 17 to 24 in in an effort Knifley, Ky., day 2:15 o'clock he died after which favor of the Lindsey-WilsoQuarterly meeting services at the another search was made locating the The club from Monticello was comMethodist church next Sunday forenoon high-clas- s young men, and ball in his left side just under the arm. posed of Messrs. n. u. rarrisn ana j A. Par- and evening. Presiding Elder Hulse j risn, Oumberiadd county, were here The funeral was held Friday at 10:40 they took their defeat in the spirit of will preach at the evening services Monday, looking for mules and cattle. o'clock at the Christain church, Green true Kentucky gentlemen. , There will be no other night services at wood, conducted by Rev. Burkhart,as-siste- d A heavy rain visited Adair county PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY. the Methodist church during the series by Rev. E. L. Williams. last Snnday night, but the water of meetings, to be in progress at the Myers was a member of several difcourses were fordable Monday morning. Christian church. ferent orders in which he stood high, as W. H. C. Sandidge, Ebinezer. was clearly demonstrated by the memF. J. Barger, Mt. Pleasant. All persons owing the late firm of Rev. J. R. Crawford will not be bers in conducting the funeral services Z. T. Williams, Columbia. in special meetings this week as Staples & Stults, milliners, are requestabsent He was laid to rest in the Greenwood J R. Crawford, Columbia. he had contemplated. There will be ed to call and settle. cemetery. Mr. Myers' wife was a Miss G. W. Pangburn, Grady ville. the usual morning services at the Lawless of Russell county. J. F. Black, Mt Carmel. Presbyterian church on next Sabbath, For Sale. Lee A Lawless. J. F. Turner, Red Lick. but owing ta Evangelistic meetings at B. M. Currie, Columbia. the Christian church there will be no One grist Mill, crusher, hay press, C. F. Breeding, Providence. An Open Letter. night service. boiler and engine. W. H. Cundiff. T. E. Ennis, Greensburg. 18 2t W.- - S. Dudgeon, Milltown. It is known that several brick buildColumbia Ky., March Ist.1911, ings will go up in Columbia this year. J. F. Roach, Fry. M.. G. W. Lowe will build an addition Hon. Luther Perryman If there are those who have not yet to his residence. Willis & Murrell L. F. Payne, Morris Chapel. Pellyton, Ky. were made up their minds to build, they awarded D. H. Howerton, Zion. the contract. My Dear sir. should come to a conclusion, in order After considering the many solicitaMiss Bess Holladay, who lives near that a sufficient amount of brick could Rev. J. F. Turner has removed from tions of prominent Republicans of Columbia, now attending the Moody be burned. It would save time and Toria to a farm, near Columbia, on the Adair and Cumberland counties, and in Institute of Music, Chicago, was a rewood. Burkesville road. fact from every part of the State, I cipient, last week,ot a high compliment. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Harmon, who have decided to announce myself a can- There are over five hundred pupils in For Sale. live near Columbia celebrated the fifdidate, subject to the action cf the the institution, and the management tieth anniversay of the marriage last Republican party for the nomination to was requested to send a troupe to Two pure Berkshire boar pigs. Friday. There were many who called represent this Legislative District in Wheaton college to render a program, ELD. JOHN L. BRANDT. M. Cravens. and at the noon hour a most sumptuous the next General Assembly of, Ky.. the best voices in this institution to be The revival meetings will begin at the Christia n church next Sunday at dinner was spread. Lower Branch) and being aware of ' selected. Thirty young ladies, and Nine persons were baptized into the anxiety cf the National Congress to young gentlemen were picked from the eleven o,clock a. m., Elder J. E. Brandt of Stf Louis, Mo., evangelist, with Mr the Baptist church last Wednesday evenMore Votes in Piano Contest. learn the views of the several aspirants five hundred, Miss Holladay being one Berg and wife, chorus leader and assistant and personal worker will conduct ing. Quite a number witnessed the services. Mr. .Brandt wishes all the members of the congregation to meet for Legislative honors in this District of the number. When it is considered these upon all questions now interesing both that she had t only been in the school with him at the church Friday evening at 7 o'clock for a preparation service for We will give 50,000 votes with each State and Nation publicy discussed. two weeks, this was certainly a high the meetings. The general public is cordially invited to attend these meetings 5,000 votes in Piano contest for who are in town are earnestly solicited Sewing Machine sold at any price. We and the pastors and their congregations I suggest that we make a list of ap- compliment each dollar spent in our noyelty Jewelto join with us so far as they they can conscienciously do so in seeking to build have them at $12.50, pointments, beginning at a very early 18.00, ry Department. 16,00, date to continue until the Primary or Messrs. Forree Hood and Ode Coomer up all christians and win souls to Christ. 35.00, the bzst 25.00, 30.00 and Russell & Co. The following item shows something of the work and ability of Mr. Brandt. Convention nominates as the Governing met with a narrow escape a few days authority of the G. O. P. directs, dis- ago. They were in a wagon, loaded Texas John L. Brandt and his company of Christian workers have won make on the market. Russell & Co Rather a small crowd in town Mon- cussing the election or appointment of with grain, and attempted to cross the their way to the hearts of the Belton people, and have carried away with them day, county court. Tariff Commission. The Bill Author- creek at the Smith mill ford. The the love and prayers of hunderds who have been blessed. Brother Brandt is a a izing Reciprosity between the United creek was flush and the horses were great Gospel preacher, who presents the truth in love, but in all its purity and 'Squire O. (J. Roe has decided not to Detectives have got a line on the States, and the Dominion of Canada. washed into deep water. The men power. He is clear and forceful and there is no uncertain note in what he says. become a candidate to reprepresent chicken thieves, and something is going W., M. Williams, Belton, Texas. ' of United States Senators made heroic efforts and finally reached Rev. The election Adair and Cumberland in the lower to happen iniatiative and the banK. They hallooed for assistance by popular vote. House of the. next General Assembly. Recall, the dog tax, and neighbors came to their rescue, getreferendum, the Last Saturday Mr. A. I. Hurt re- - i Mr, Lee Lawless, who was a brother-- He thanks all these who proffered to 100 bushels of white spring oats for the Road Bridge laws, State wide ting out the horses and wagon. of Grant Myers, the gentleman support him. ceived the anneuncement of the mar-sale at oOcents per bushel. Prohibition, the several plans of local riage of his niece. Miss Ruth Lucille . killed in Indiana, a few days ago, was MEN and WOMEN, sell guaranteed 18-option, their effect upon State, County, John N. Squires. Mrs. G. W. Staples has purchased Hurt, of De Bois, Nebraska to Mr. ! in Columbia last Friday, en route from Whether or not Mrs. G. F. Stults interest in their Theron E. Evans, Seneca, Nebraska, the scene of the killing to his home in hose. 70 per cent, profit.-- Make $10 Cities and towns. A few gardens in town have been, Prohibition prohibits, in order that the millinery business, and the parlors this The ,ride is a daughter of the late Finis , Russell county. 1 he full particulars of daily. Full or part time. Beginners entire voting population may thorough- season will be conducted by the former jE- - Hurt and a most accomplished young ithe killing can be found elsewhere in investigate. Wear Proof, 3038 Chest-u- t plowed and potatoes planted. St., Philadelphia, Pa. ly understand our several positions upon in the same rooms at Russell & Co's j ia(jy The groom is an industrious fh- cc I ouu uj. V. ctnra .,... important questions. You OWUJ.W. Mrs Sronloc nil I hd in rhp mpr. i young j? ..... ...- It will soon be time for, onions and all of these u. ur.v. lariuer auu be called on to let your posi- ket for the next week or two, purchas- - ( prominent lawyer of Seneca lettuce. will also W. B. Patteson is now at Lor-ett- o, . Rev. Edgar W. Barnett has accepted 3Mr. . , tion be known on the Bill that will ing her stock in Cincinnati, St Louis i doing special revenue work . For Rent. a call from the Baptist Church, Fort come up during the next session creafc and Chicago. It Is her intention to : Some years ago he was regular in the Superintendent at a good j have the most attractive line ever ex dog, answers to Myers, Fla. He and family left Hop- Strayed: A black ing a State making a very efficient officer. salarv 'for the Notary Publics of the hibited in Columbia., the name of "Jim". End of nose bears kinsville for that point a few days 'ago. service, I have an eight room dwelling on as Commonwealth. Having bravely borne mark of injury. Any information will He will preach to the one Church at a acre lot in Columbia for rent. Weather permitting, the farmers wil Born, to the wife of E., L. Sinclair, be gladly received )y J. C. Strange, at salary of $1,000 per year, parsonage the colors of my country at the memtfi .. ' TTG. Rawer ' be Very busy for the next few weeks. son. furnished.' this office. orable battler of Santiago, climbed the Feb., 27, a A FATAL San Juan hill when shot and shell filled the air, the ground covered with the dead and dying, and faced the bow and arrow in the hands of the fierce Philli-pinwith nothing with which to defend myself, but side arms, Gatling guns and a Cragg jorgison, I must express my surprise that a man of not sufficient years to answer his country's tf call should earnestly oppose me for this honor after taking into consideration the services I have renderd my country and the sacrifices I have made in its be- How half. I have the honor to be your3 truly. Bob Pennycuff, Spanish American War. o, Ex-Veter- an THE PIANO CONTEST. Approaching Marriage. Odd-Fello- is the Candidates Stand at the Fifteenth 4t house-keepin- g. 18-3- m .- 12-3- m ". -. .- ". 2t ." n. BUMP MwadBBBBSKm I i; I in-la- w 2t 14-1- 2 f- i , ' L & J "'ZjYL - X., ! I' -fv- -- -- - 'ipV" &! ji V i .4 el1- . - T, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS various men's dormitories, with an attendance of some three hun- Berea, Ky., Feb. ll. dred. and Bible study classes! Editor of the News; wjth an enrollment of two him As I sit in my room this after-- dred and fif ty young men. noon and hear the ringing oi tne The college authorizes a bell I am reminded of yaj meeting each winter, which the few weeks in which I attend-- 1 reaps a great harvest of souls. ed the L. W. T. S., in the winter jIn january during an eight days of 1906, and became familiar revival, there were two hundred with the pealing of that clock and eighteen souls which prowhich is a monument to the fessed salvation. It should be memory of our dear fathers, and inferred from these statements into whose face all Columbia nev-e- r that the college is distinctly grows tired of looking. Christian, but it is undenomina Cray-craf- t, The writer is a native of tional. Adair county, but in the All students attend brief relicourse of his destiny he has gious services in chapel Monday, lodged in Berea College, taking Wednesday, Thursday and Frian Academic course as a begin- day mornings, and on Sunday ning in preparation for alife of evening. the ministery of the gospel of On Sunday the students meet Christ. in the largest college Sunday Some of you are perhaps famil-- 1 School in the State. There are 5ar with the institution of Berea aD0Ut seVen hundred of the which was founded in dents enrolled in the Sunday the year 1853, for the benefit of School. the people of Kentucky who be-- ! The catalogue shows that last lieve that free speech should be ' year tnere were students here maintained for both whites and f rom twenty-seve- n of our United Madison County. 2C-'revi-Chur- ch - Program of the Musics! Association going to do tell what yon did. A man fears a woman's tears To be held at' Shiloh Church, "as much as he fears her tongue. It takes a contrary woman to Ozark. Adair county, Ky , the like a man because she doesn't. second Sunday in March. The man who flatters a wonan Song led by Ruel Cabbell. believe almost 1. House organized by Chair can make litiatiuuiiiuuuuiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiaisiiiiitiiiiiuiiuiiiiuuui I 3 Offer for. the Next Twenty Days or as Long as sr Stock Lasts her man. 2. Devotional exercises, W. W. anything. The more unselfish you are the more selfish you may make ' I One Car Load Of Wagons I r3 At the Following Prices Mitchell 22 Gears Only ' " Milburn 3 Milburn 3i S Kirtley. 3. Welcome Address, Rev. Lu- ; others. w. g ther Young. 4. Respone Capt, W. B. Brad-sha- A quick way to get rid of your money is to run up bills and pay H " '. j them. The qnickest way to convince a girl that you have good taste is read. 6. Solo by Evie B. Bryant, to tell her she is good looking. 5. Minutes of previous meeting j HS j j zs Woven Wire Fence ... s $40 00 iE S $42 50 g JE $4500 Ten Thousand Rods Guaranteed the Best Wire and 20 Better Galvanized than any other Fence. HE "Sad memories." a singing school, Frank Hughes, Ruel Cab-bel- l. 7. How to conduct Belle Plain, Kansas. 3 2 E , EE , stu-Colleg- e, j i Grimsley and children (somewhere.) 9. What is transportation of scale A Transposed by sharps? U. G. Anderson, A. J. Combest. B. Transposed by flats, L. Law8. Quartett by I. M. j less, Evie B. Bryant. j 10. Quartette furnished by RuE todate Clothing at 25r4 Off Lowest Cash States, and five foreign coun- el Cabbell. Soon after there were two tries, E Prices. No fixed up prices and no dark 11. Relative value of notes and young negro soldiers applied for You probably wonder why I S from Maugum, Okla., was very Closet Sale. instruction to the school. They have been telling you all about rests, Curtis McGaha, Jas. Head. interesting to us Belle Plaineites. We offer 4 000 00 Worth of New Clean Shoes at E: were admitted just as a North-- 1 Berea, well it is just this: 12. Quartette, Pearlie Com- - Come again Owen. I too think n 20 per cent off Lowest Cash Prices jE or European school would cause wanted to write to all my best, Rucker Grimsley, John G. Mr. H. C. Rogers might send in r: We have a few Thousand Pounds of the BEST iE admit them, and ot Utheir race, 0ld friends and relatives, and be- - Burton, Rosa Combest. a few lines from Sevveliton. I1- PATENT FLOUR any Mill Ever Made that we EE 13. The model singing teacher, suppose those who so desired, remained cause I knew more about Berea, that Miss Ghoul Helm will sell at 70c, 24 lb bag, or $5 50 the Barrel 2 in school at Berea, until six or than any other place, and am F. Dudley. Sand Miss Maggie Wooldridere E Hogless Lard 50 lbs $5 00 seven years ago, when such ed- - greatly concerned in it. 14. Influence of music, John must be napping again. Er Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs $6 25 aication was prohibited by law. remember many days of life Burton, Luther Young. Miss Ella Lester could write Then Berea transferred the ne- in old Adair, and love to retrace g We are offering Dry Goods at Remarkably 15. How to teach relative and such an interesting letter from groes to Lincoln Institute. the steps that have brought me absolute pitch, James Kerns, Kendall. In fact any of you Low Prices. college is located in Mad- thus far, and think of the many The good people could write letters Taylor Sullivan. S We will Discount the lowest Cash Prices 10 per cent ison county, the same county in incidents that go to make up my would be of much interest that 16. Song by little folks. on the following lines. r2 which the Boone party built boyhood days. to us people who use to live in g Manure Spreaders, Mowing Machines, Cultivators, Walking : 17. Solo, Taylor Sullivan. heir fort3. It is on the dividing As I read the News, I see the your neighborhood. and Riding Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Plows, Disc Harrows, m 3 Jine between the mountains and names of people who appear to 18 Quartette furnished by Clod Crushers and Pulverizers, Buggies and Surreys. ZS We had four days rain last 5: tthe famous "Blue Grass" re- be at the head of affairs in dif- Ruel Cabbell. week, which was appreciated by gion Two miles east is the pin- - ferent form, that I never knew 9. Solo, Esther Moore. Woodson Lewis, - Greensburg, Ky. every one, have had a little snow nicle from which Daniel Boone 0f, and many of the names that programme, and some winter weather since Committee on Correspondence Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. SZZ jS :5rst viewed the fertile plains of used to meet my eyes, have now Pearlie Combest, John G. Burton, the rain, but today has been very Kentucky. The scenery is re-- 1 passed from sight. But this Rucker P. Grimsley. mmmmninimmnimimnnnnfflfflminmfflinmmfflK pleasant which is nice on the - iy attractive, the elevareminds me of the fact each little chicks. As True as Gospel. tion being 1,070 feet.- - The day is one act in the drama of that he knows a man who flipped Brain Leaks. Florence Blankenship put a tgrounds embrace about seventy Hfe, and that each act introduces a dollar to see what party he A fiery temper does't indicate hen with 19 little chicks out in racres not counting some five or new actors. Call no man friend who con- - would affiliate with, and became the sunshine to day, pretty soon :six thousands of acres lying out-- it is a source of pleasure to me a warm heart. a republican because the "trust" a mischievious pup devoured four dones your faults. .side of the t wn of Berea. Liv- - to read of the constant improve-5n- g Rumor travels on the path of of the number. The remainder Charity is something more than side of the dollar came up fountains of water are sup- - ment of the town of Columbia. suspicion. s are safely shut up in a box while mere giving. Program. l)lied from reservoirs five miles When I meet a stranger or friend It takes hardships a long time that pup is in danger of a stove Heaven's gates are not opened iback in the foothills of the moun- - who has heen to Columbia., and to sail ,, out of sight. stick or broom handle. Of Fifth Sunday meeting of with a latchkey. twenty-- 1 havp. of.oasinn to tell him that :tains. There are about A floating debt is anything but Mr. iimer wooiondge and Mr. rfive public buildings in the instiTne man wh0 has nothing but Second North Concord associotion that is my home town, I most al- a life preserver. Tom Blankenship took a ramble dollars is a miehtv Door man. to be held with Free Union tution. Steam heat and electric ways receive the reply that it is a The more unselfish you are the through Arkansas a couple of Misery loves company and sel- church on Saturday and Sunday Mights are supplied in them by beautiful and prosperous inland more selfish you may make oth- weeks ago There is some Govern- dom has difficulty in finding it. 29 and 30 of April, 1911. tthe college. town. 1. Devotional exercises, 10 a. ment land to be filed on near Mt. The Carnegie Library, which If there are any of my old ers. Ever seen a man who needed Probably and the boys is ceost $40,000 is provided with friends, relatives, or even industrious there an nothing more Ida, Arkansas, them out a home a time clock to tell him when to m.2. Our association and its !25.000 volumes. than idle rumor. want to view strangers who would care to quit work? The hospital and college phys- write to The thorn of the rose doesn't stead. They visited Little Rock Drowning men grasp at straws needs, J. S. Wade and Aaron me, I shall be glad to Wilson. ician together with a corps of trouble the chap who knows and Hot Springs, and Tom stop- are grasped by thirsty men. hear from them. rnurses, care for all students literature, 3. Denominational ped off at Wagoner Okla., to how to pluck it. Respectfully, Lots of men leave their work when sick, without extra charge. It's easier for a man to deceive visit his brother Charles Blank- at the office but carry the worry M. T. Grime and J. M. Williams. Jesse L. Murrell. except for chronic diseases, sur4. The Bible plan of forgiving 'himself than it is to fool his enship, whom he had not seen home with them. Kills A Murderer. gery, board, bandages and medyears. The for twenty-thre- e one another, C. L. Bradley and A merciless murderer is appendicitis neighbors. Men who try to skip life's hard icine at cost price. with many victims, but Dr. King's The longer we live the more boys returned thinking Belle places seldom land in anything W. F. J. Wilson. general culture and recre-atio- n New Life Pills kill it by prevention. we For SUNDAY MORNING 10 O'LOCK. realize what we might have Plaine, is good enough for them. better than a muddy place. They gently stimulate stomach, liver besides the various courses The boys reported Arkansas plum 1. Bible sanctification and modand bowels, nreventinp- that olorrfrsnor ' done but didn't . . . The fellows who lack push are Pr a!t s qjj. siuuy upcu wi a Luuen u, mere, that invites appendicitis, curing nlllHn n van e ern sanctification compared, J.O. All men are born honest, but trees being in full bloom and turalwavs complaining about the many opportunities, such as stipation, Headache, Biliousness Chills, nip greens in abundance. Sutherland and C. L. Bradley. it requires constant practice to other fellow having a pull. the Lyceum course of entertain - 25c at Pan Drus 9' Moving is in progress around 2. How to secure better discip7' iments; the Harmonia Society of ' COLUMBIA DISTRICT, SECOND' ke that A great many men who start line in our churches, J. R. Gri-dThe good promoter is true to here now. Mr. Edd Blankenship one hundred voices; Choral classoff hot-foafter business conROUND. and E. G. Wilson. moved last Tuesday over N. E., his trust. es, in which may be had the best geal below the ankles before they If you could have what you of town. Mr. J. H. Smith is catch it. 3. How to develoD a srreater Spurlington and Early, Taysoi instruction in singing by any aiming to move next, now from wanted it, would you want it? and all students without extra lors Chapel, February 6. Every tin.e we see a married interest in Sunday school work, charge; the college Brass Band Casey Creek, Jones Chapel, A man is down in the world Cicero to a farm 1J in S. W. of woman fondling a poodle-doM. T. Grime, J. O. Sutherland town, and Mr. Bradford Brooks when he's on his uppers. some twenty members; seven March 2. of child that and y&. Wade. and family ' have moved back to we congratulate the main--tainMannsville, Mannsville, March 'literary socities, which are A woman gets as excited over been. W. F. Wilson, Belle Plaine. Mr. W. S. Knight might have by the students; religious 5. E. J. Walters I Committee. a wedding in the neighborhood Our idea of heaven suits us, has bought some lots in town Cane Valley, Carmel, March socities consisting of senior, junas a man does over a baseball and is now erecting a house on but we'll not refuse to remain if ior and intermediate; Christian 2. Has Millions of friends. game. we. find that it is what the other them. 'Endeavor, Young Women's Columbia and Tabor, March How would you like to number youj As soon as a girlgets married she 3. On Monday night Feb. 6 the man thought it was. 'Christian Association, and Young friends by millions as Bucklen's Arnic gets busy and tries to help other the average Salve does? Its astounding cures in th Gradyville, March 14. The garden that members .of the A. O. U. W. Jtfen's Christian Association. girls get into the same kind 0 f lodge No. 83, invited Temple Hill March 9. their city man is making these Feb-uar- y past forty years made them. Its tH The Y. M. C. A., is the greatrouble. days would furnish green best Salve in ehe world for sores, u families to attend their lodge test moral factor in .Berea for West Tompkinsville, March cers, eczema, burns, boils scalds, cuhf Hope is a valuable asset-unt- il and entertained them for awhile goods for the nation if made young men. It holds its regular 2. corns, sore eyes, sprains, swellings, you try to raise money on it. with a nice program after which three or four months later. Sunday evening, Tompkinsville, March 6. aneetings on bruises, cold sores. Has no equal fo) they served an oyster supper. bright fellow who said piles. 25c at Paull Drug Co, T. L. Hulse, P. E. Mighty Instead of telling what you are conducts prayer meeting in the Slacks. j ! ! H Editor News: After reading so many letters as of interest from so many differ- - 3j ent states in this weeks paper, ' Si I feel that a few lines from this berg might be of interest again. It seems that the home folks must be doing the reading while us foreigners, are doing quite a bit sf the writing. :f5 Mr. Owen McKinley's letter j I Note Prices 26 in T Bars Regular Standard Farm Fence 18Ac The Rod " " " 22ic " " " 32 8" 39 " " " " 28i " " 48 10 " Barbed Wire Small 80 rod Spools $1 70 " Spool " Large 80 " " $2 50 " " " H IE SE S iI j r We are offering $5 000 00 worth of new Up- - -- 3 , I I be-er- I I j , -- 1 I on-anarka- j j j I I j - I . r - rt- - v ! . . Con-ar- er ot t 25-2- g, 1-- 4 ed 1 4-- 11-1- 12-1- 18-1- 21-2- 25-2- lT&v-mi- -- ?' lTZj. V 4. fj) Fs.' r. MWt , !- - -- iirz- - ''Av,, n .as ;to," : ,; u. ( THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE EsSi LPaS 'mm ' Hi JutiA m m t RPS5? T?Z iV'W ife I !" p jLli'P Z&IL ifrtftM &. sail a: Our Fifth Annual Cataloi . SHI LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR BRIGHTER, 8 ii' P5 sXfyj jv3 contest Noanno Is ready for distribution. This book will prove a valuable guide to the home furnisher, as the faithful illustrations of 83 1 & Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums make it Possibe do Your Shopping at Home Every item is of greatest interest and the Lace Curtain and Drapery pages add special value to our attrartive offerings. Write us a card to day for the Catalog to 1911 BETTER, j m(m 1S1 Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff BIGGER THAN EVER THEJREGULAR ggg 5?S ? Incorporated PRICE OF as; V71 sSj 522 and 525 West Market St. THE LOUISVILLE TIM&igi IS If $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR ORDER W SP 113 1 YOU WILL SEND TO US, YOU CAN GET tM Wlwr:W;w& t$s$lttstt ill High-Grad- Louisville, Kentucky. II fc3bJ e THE AIUID IfifiL. tUlIfi WU11I NEW! AND rniiMTviiSi ft iA tSfoLj Marble Cemetery work of all hind.... Granite See you US EM Vit. befors ' vj KB bay..... Represented by C. G. Jeffries in this and adjoining counties Kll 2ii. Main Street, Lebanon, Ky THE LOUiSVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR Ry3 (jJSl rwvfi sis 3HHHMg&MM&&$&$ mm I m FOR ONLY $4.50. , IS Ml SIS c The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. Courier-Journ- al THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is V the best afternoon paper printed ffiw anywhere. Has the best corps of corres tvmi pondents. Covers the Kentucky field per- s only Six More weeks in Wiiii.li to Make the nam The Piano is Worth Working For, But Yoi Must Keep Busy to Wirai t HI ii2i! isaK i wholly undesirable, and replace it with one of the wire-fenc- e Wise or Otherwise. lis trust's exhibits, and throw in an extra barn or outhouse in addition. up-to-d- ate A man isn't necessarily head-stao- ng fectly. Covers the general news field i TJLU completely. Has the best and fullest kets reports. mar- !mHJt! mt& mm DEMOCRATIC in politics, but fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPTION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPER IK i i :Sf Vote at the News Office and sell Co's Store. i mm m ,Rus- - in rSiE; S MM not to The ' W&. Mvi VWlbS' Louisville Times. !JKJ mtssflgi wmwm & State's Attorney Lewman at m& iSLjjWM m SSS WMtM& a m ti.z 1311 : S P75jAv $3&3 gbtw I P7V.V ) school. He has a free scholarDanville, 111., denies a story to Bakerton. ship, for three years. the effect that 22 indictments against vote sellers had been It has been some time since I i i S. T. Irvin and old Rosin, the grand jury building stolen. He said the saw any thing from this place, bow (j M. Dillon, is iadea mistake in announcing so will try and give you a few the new telephone line. W. C. Melton has bought the the number. items. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Eades, of Ed Fudge place on Allen's, creek, Lock 21 has been visiting Mr. and moved to it. Mr. James Cole, the Adair and Mrs. S. T. Irvin, and Mrs. Eads sister, Mrs. J. T. Lloyd, County News man was here last So many women are dragging out Tecks Store, Ky. This is their Thursday after the News. Jim weary lives just because their diges- first visit since 1903. says he is having trouble with tive organs are weak. The result is poor circulation, nervousness and tiie The Nashville boats are mak- his new teeth. verge of invalidism. It is often very Mr. John Martin Baker is bad unnecessary and the woman's own ing regular trips to this and fault sick at this time not expected to The first thing to do is to look to the points above here. ; New Use for Old Fences. Sample Helps Frail Women ' welfare of your bowels. There the trouble usually lies. All physicians know that a large percentage of women are habitually constipated, and from this results indigestion, piles, weariness, etc., that women constantly complain of. .But there is no use taking "female rem edies" ana tnings ox mat Kind untH you have started your bowels to moving. Tou will find that when the bowels move regularly once or twice a day all your petty ills will disappear. Take a good, mild laxative tonic like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for awhile and you will find yourself rapidly jrettimr better and stronger, your bowels will regulate themselves and work at stated times, and then your headaches and dizziness will disappear. Don't take strong cathartic puis or salts, out just sucn a mild and pleasant-tastin- g remedy as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Tou can obtain a botUe of your drue- glst for fifty cents or on dollar, and eiUm size may be enough to permanently cure you. Thousands of women keep it regularly in the bouse and will no longer be without it, as it cured them and can be used with safety by every member of the family, down to the youngest emid. but If you have never used it take the advice of Mrs. Earl S. Cor. 409 Twenty-fift- h street Moline. 111.. and Mrs. Ellen Dungan, Muncie, Ind., and send to Dr. Caldwell for a free trial bot- rtle. as thev did. and learn for yourself what It will do In your own case. That tt will cure you, as it did them, there Is 10 doubt. Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased o give you any medical advice you may iesire for yourself or family pertaining to he stomach, liver or bowels absolutely ree or charge. Explain your case in a tter and he will reply to you in detail. the free sample simply send your lame and address on a postal card or aerwlse. For either request tne doctor Idress is Dr. W. B. Caldwell. R.50Q CaldK tmtklimj, MontlceUo, HL For the past two or three years manufacturers of pencils have been at their wits end .o discover a new source of supply of cedar wood which is absolutely necessary in the making of their product. The supply of cedar fresh from the forest has been diminishing so rapidly that the pencil people were "up a tree" as it were. The pencil trust's agents in the field, however, one day made a discovery that many of the "zig-zag- " fences of the country, especially those in the W. M. Patton and G. W. Dil- recover. Mrs. S. A. Stephenson is visit- South ars composed of thousands lon are hauling goods from this ing her paients atRowenathis of feet of precious heart-ceda- r, place now. venerable and Brown, with Montgomery, week. well-seasone- because he buts in. A running account often keeps a collector on the run. Sunflower Phllosphy. Necessity knows no law but it No grown boy is as good as his knows a multitude of lawyers. Any cook is a good cook if yot2 mother believes he is. Why is it that no one ever are hungry. Whiskers are one of the kicks about the price of whisky. masculine flesh are heir to. If people should dictate the weather there would never b e Inspiration is usualy due to the fact that we need the money. any crops produced. If farmers have nothing else Too many people start their they will fuss about their line conversation with the words'-Thfences. troble is. If kisses were intoxicating: Don't blame other people for not taking your advice you won't lovers would not be pronibitonists He is a wise man who agrees take it yourself more than half with his wife rather than argue the time. Nearley ever woman under 50 with her. who lives near a railroad pre Redrawn and amended charges cena to De airaia some man on of incompetency and official misconduct have peen preferred by the train might wave at her. Governor Crothers of Maryland, Talk to a very stout wom?n against the Baltimore board of and she is apt to say I was a commissioners of police. little bit of a thing when I was Farm Notes. married did not weigh an ounce over 90 pounds. Few farmers harrow quite ills-thato-d- o e t Soon after he had received a enough. letter from a firm offering him ( work Lewis .Frederick, fifteen years old, the son of a widow, committed suicide at his home in by sending a Philadelphia bullet into his head. Forty-thre- e Mr. Moore Mfg., Co., of Nashville, was here Saturday. R. L. Snow with Robinson Bros., and Co., Louisville, will be here Monday. Fletcher was at Bakerton Saturday, shopping. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cheatham Mrs. Laura and son, Gordon, Mr. Geo. D. Parrish and Misses Ametia, Wil-li- a and Stella Parrish and Hyta Young took a trip on the steamer Harley, last Friday night to Wild Goose landing. Roy Helm will go to Oxford, England in a short time to enter ir mysterious pieces of baggage, once the property of Mrs. Howard Gould, but at presThe new telephone line from The fortunate owner oi a ent claimed by the Hotel St. ReBakerton to Burkesville is near-in-g "zig-zag- " fence of the cedar per- gis for an alleged debt, are to completion. . suasion uas xuuiiu cnac ne can be sold at auction in New York. Mrs. Ed Burchett has hone to sell it for enough to replace it Nashville on a visit to Mrs. Dr. with about four times its length DR. M. E. JONES in substantial wire fence. NeedBurchett. less to say, this has brought Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist, Messrs. George and Henry much happiness to such owners, Parrish and Daniel Claywell Columbia, Kentucky. because they have long preferred went to Burkesville last week. the wire fences, but could not G. C. Baker is buying chickens afford them or, at least, imaginfor Bob Taylor, of Glensfork. ed they could not on account of the high price set upon them by After lasting for 36 days fo'r the wire-fentrust. As the the cure of a nervous breakdown, matter stands today, however, . 5,000 votes in Piano contest for Special attention given toZDentlstry. Miss Ella Masterson of St. Paul the pencil trust will cheerfully of the Eve. Poll Evil. Fistula, and all each dollar spent in oar novelty Jewelhas recommended such a course take up a cedar "zig-zag- " fence, other Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes. on ry Department. Has large barn near SI. Antles shop Rrcsel! 'practically useless and all but Bomar Heights. Office inlbarn. C. to ailing friends. d. are-usuallce Harsh treatment never pays with a cow. Keep the plow sharp and have it cut all of the furrow. The most important citizen of America y is the farmer. Both the grass and the exer cise gained in getting it are helpful to the hog. A kdowledge of marketing: products to the best advantage is an important factor in profits. The best prize winners raised in incubators. Every farrowing pen shouldi have a good fender to prevent: the sow from lying on and smothering the pigs. Ewes and lambs run well over young grass land, but they must be kept moving, so that all is grazing evenly. to-day i - -- 4 v j- THE Al AIK COUNT'S NEWS Edwards landed blunder made for years. The several Presidential postmasters Published Every Wednesday News has no faith in such a last week, Mr. Catron, at Somercourse, and does not believe in it set, being one of the number. BYiTHE - Adair County News Company. even if it meant victory. Congress adjurned last Satur( Incorporated.) Mr. Garnett, of our town, day. EDITOR. candidate for the Democratic CHAS. S. HARRIS For Attorney General. nomination for Attorney General, Democratic"new;paper devoted to tlic in- took an open, active position last James Garnett is one of the terest of tlie City of Columbia and the people f Adair and ad jacent counties. week to induce the Executive most prominent and best known commiitee tojcall a platform con- Democrats in Kentucky. He was Entered at the Columbia as secvention before the primary. born in Adair county, this State, ond class mail matter. Ky. There is no doubt as to his posi- and after obtaining his education WED. JlAECH. 8, 1911, tion, and that helfirmly believes he took up the study of law, was As we were benefitted by the people of Columbia and surrounding such a step necessary and fair to admitted to the bar, and has since The Executive committee of the party. He does not believe then practiced his profession in country last week, I have decided to be in Columbia, Friday and Satur the Democratic party, in its ses- in dodging any issue, and his Columbia, Adair county, Kentucday, the 10th and lith. Those who have not had an opportunity to see s sion last Friday, stood pat on its stand is heartily endorsed by ky. He was elected to the office me are requested to call at the Columbia Hotel on the above dates. 3 original position to hold a prima- many representative Democrats of County Attorney of Adair Eyes tested free. ry, but extended the time from who joinedin the request that county, and held the position a $ Respectfully Yours from May the 27th, to July 1st. the committee give a platform number of years, and was a most $ .4S The proposition to allow the par- convention. He b e 1 i e v e s the capable and efficient official. For ty to meet in convention before committee should stand by their a long time he represented the We keep up your glasses for Five Years free of charge the primary, for the purpose of call for a primary, but they Eleventh District as a member with a good guarantee of our Company making a platform, was laid to should permit the party to take of the Democratic State Central rest, as it were, by a vote of nine a position. In short, he stated Committee, and for' years he (XX to three. In short, and in fact to us that he was willing and has been prominent in the counonly three of the committee, S. anxious to stand on a platform cils of the Democratic party. be on the stump is James Garnett T. Spaulding, Harry Lazarus and that the Democrats of this state He is a well known Mason, of Adair County, candidate for McDonough voted for a would make, that he believed W. F. Mr. Garnett being Past Grand Master of the Attorney-Genera- l. platform convention, while the the party would take the right was here this week and met with Kentucky Masons. Peroxide of Hydrogen, pound bottle 25c; I bottle 10c. other nine muzzled the party, side ot every question affecting Mr. Quinine Capsules, filled, 3 or five gtain 10c dozen. Garnett has announced !his democratic friends. Louis and virtually issued' the decree the peace and prosperity of our Correspondent to Cincinnati " Asparin " or Tablets five grain 10c himself a candidate for the nom- ville that the Democrats of this state state, but this could not be done ination of Attorney' General, Enquirer. Mercks Phosphate Soda, 1 pound tin box per lb. 15c. shall not meet in the capacity of except in a representative conExtra-SpecialFour For Two Weeks Only subject to the action of the DemGuthrie, Oklahoma. convention to pronounce their vention. Mr. Garnett has an g 6 Bars Palmoline Soap regular price 10c bar ocratic party. He is a position on the vital questions abiding confidence in the united " " " 50 c jar Cream ljar Democrat, a splendid lawyer, an BOTH ARTICLES FOR 50c. that confront political parties. wisdom of the Democrats of Ken- affable gentleman, and a strictAs a copy of the Adair county This decision, this action, is auto- tucky, when in convention asViolo Skin Soap regular per bar 25 c ly conscientious, honorable man. News has fallen into my hands it "r " Cream regular per jar 50c cratic, and the most sweeping sembled, and believes 'they ,will makes me think of olden times A man who can be relied upon Velota Face Powder regula per box and damaging to the true spirit declair for such principles as will under all circumstances to do his and I like to read the letters. It ALL THREE FOR 50c. of Democratic principles and give to the greatest number the duty honestly and fearlessly. has been twenty years since I Rexal Reraidies, A. D. S. Remidies and Wyal Remidies always in popular government that has ev- greatest amount of good. He stock at lowest cut prices. He will make no promises or left Kentucky; I stayed with my er been issued by the representa- personally stands for progressive vhirty-tw- o pledges but what he feels abso- father until I was tives of our party. Intelligent government, and there is not a LOUISVILLE, KY. lutely certain he can carry out, years of age, and on Harrods and unwavering Democrats, from doubt that the great majority of B. F. Sauter, Owner. and if elected to the office of At- Fork, probably some one will renearly every part of the state, Democrats are with him. torney General will undoubtedly member me, Pierce Royse. I implored the committeemen to have been at Guthrie only a few at Hillsboro last fall; he was edu- fever. He was the best friend I give the State a clean, able allow the party the right to Wm. Loremer, a Republican strictly along busi- days; I am keeping house with cated at Columbia, Kentucky. had in Hill county. He was of form a platform of principles, United States Senator from IlliPark City News, my sister, Amanda English for a He farmed and ranched in Hill sterling character and a religious ness lines. party, and pledge its nois, won out last week. It was to bind the short while. I have traveled county for several years when he man. Bowling Green. nominees before the voters of claimed by the opposition that around most all over Texas, can went into the banking business. Well I will lay aside my pen the state. They ignored every Lorimer tvon his seat by fraud, SHELBY FOR HIM. Horn. give a true description of almost For a number of years he was for the present as I know nothevery right, and as and a strong effort was made to James Garnett, of Adar county, any county. I will give some of plea, denied President of the First State ing about this town only I see it a result, we are on the high sea oust him. His friends knew that was here the first of the week the deaths that might interest Bank Hillsboro when he died. is a large one and the ground is at floating, floating, with fearful If an extra session was called he meeting the voters and talking some of tne Adair county people, His son takes his place. Tom as red as barn paint; it has been punctures in the judgment and would certainly go, hence action up his candidacy for the Demo-a- t Charlie Carter and Jeff Creel Conover is another bank holder very cold here for several days. expectations of those who believe the close of the session in cratic nomination sor Attorney were buried at Boise City, Owen there from Adair county, he be- I have two brothers living in this in free speech and' a square, order to save him. He was re- - General. Mr. Garnett is one of Carter, a son of Charley was ing the son of Marion Conover. state about 100 miles from here open, honest deal. The great tained by a majority of six. Both the best known lawyers in the killed on the train, swept off by haven't Harden Harvey was buried at at Washington. I . . -. injustice and cowardice done the the Kentucky senators voted in state and a Democrat. a bridge as a brakeman. I lived Hillsboro three months ago. seen them since I left Kentucky, party that has lived through so his favor. In the light of things, He is well qualified for the posi- at Boise sixteen years, helped George Traylor is road commis- Sherrod and Bird, I saw Bird many severe crisis, suffered senator Bradley's action was not tion and will be strongly support- my brother build the first house sioner and owns a good farm and fifteen years ago. many defeats, battling for prin- a surprise. Senator Paynter's ed in this county. Shelbyville that was ever there and broke doing well, F. P. Royse. his brother Joe lives ciples and justice is apparent to vote is inexcusable, a statement News. up one hundred acres before the at Dallas and is a carpenter conjuncture, under ex- that will be verified if he again all. At this McGaha. railroad came, and then he sold tractor and has made a fortune. in- offers for office. isting conditions, before the Hon. James Garnett, of Adair it out in town lots for what he The Curry boys live at Dallas, telligence of this state, and for county, candidate for Attorney could get, one hundred and eighty Ed is a boss carpenter, gets $5.00 Sylvester Cravens, an old solSixty-firCongress ended General, was here Monday after- acres. we must take party preservation, The per day. John B. Curry attends dier, died Monday, the 25th, of a position, as a party, on the im- at noon last Saturday, having noon, on his way back from Boise is a 'fine town now, is to the Fair Grounds and keeps old age, and was buried on Tues- portant questions that confront failed to pass uvo of the most where he spoke that surrounded by a fine country and boarders and is doing well. Jim jday, the 26th, in the iamily a canui-dat- e talked about measures presented day. He has a big following in us. xne Dare pieage 01 is the best trading point in North runs a wood yard. grave yard. does not bind the party, and during the session, that provid- - njs county and makes friends of uvea in Blair Roul Will Ed Powell and family, of John Cook and Texas. 1 have will not as a rule, satisfy thous- ing reciprocity with Canada and all whom he meets.-Recor- Shelbyville Hill county for twelve years, the live at Dallas. New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoands of Democratic voters. the permanent tariff ljoard biil Some correspondent was in- ma, are back home on their farm, Adair county people are all doing Nominotions are no longer equal submitted by the President. Mr. well, Scott Walker, Tyler Chand- quiring for Fee Turner, he was and think they are here to stay. to election,' and the people are Taf t immediately made good his ColumHon. Jas. Garnett, of ler, the Pattersons, Englands, buried at Blair, Oklahoma. He Prof. I. M. Grimsley's ten dodging politicians. threat to call an extia session bia who is a candidate for Attor-ne- r tired of Blairs and Harvey's are all do- raised a fine family and the girls The committee can yet save the and in his proclamation named General was in town Monday ing well that came irom Adair. married in Hill county and done months school at this place, closed last Monday. It wa3 a party, but it cannot do it by ig April 4 as the date when both shaking hands with the voters. Uncle Ike Janes is well to do, he tttu T Vmtra vicitprl nil of their noring the demands and desires branches shall reconvene. n over found his lost boy, Muncey, who homes. They all moved farther good school, and all were well Mr. Garnett is pleased with the Prof, teaching. almost without a prece the State and is an able lawyer. of the thousands who cast the left home when a small boy and West. Tom Turner lives at Bal Milton Smiley with A. H. votes m the hnal contest. dent in the history of Congress. If nominated he would carry the He did well was gone sixteen years. He got lenger, Texas. Again we insist that the commit- marked the closing. Grinstead & Co., has bought and strength of the Democratic party married and his mother-in-laand educated his children and tee call a platform convention, and would make the State a n wrote to his parents and then they are married and doing well. delivered three loads of eggs and Bailey, of Texas, piqued poultry this week to Columbia, excellent official. News Leader, and that before the first day of Senator they .flew to see Muncey, in Tom lost his wife and marrieda at the attitude of his Democratic Springfield Ky., from this section. It is a big June. The committee was creYoung county Texas and found railroad widow. colleagues on the proposal to produce place, and he has gotten ated to serve and not to boss the The Wooten boys are doing well ratify the new State Constitution Hon. James Garnett, of Co- him doing well party. It has no right to deny a over 900 dozen eggs this week. Kelsay McClister was buried at Hillsboro, Tom is in the auto of Arizona, including the initia- lumbia, a candidate for the Demconvention for the purpose of There is a protracted meeting county, his widow and business the others in the drug platform, and in so tive, referendum and recall fea ocratic nomination for Attorney- - in Hill making a Oak Grove. It is a doing well, they live business. Ben Harvey is street going on at The tures, tenaered his resignation General, is in the city meeting children are doing it is undemocratic. holiness meeting, and great in Mr. Sher friends. Mr. Garnett is an able at Bynum, Hill county; the chil- sprinkler and has been for sever major-it- y to the Vice President. decree on the part of the terest is being manifested. Rev. married but one, al years and is doing well. committee, to set our man refused to accept, and the lrwyer, 'a Democrat without a dren are all of the Wilson, of Russell county, is doThe most sorrowful thought party Texan immediately telegraphed blemish, and a royal good fellow. Leslie, who, lives with his moth nominees adrift without ing the preaehing. his resignation to the Governor Messenger, Bowling Green Ky erland three girls, and Finis that is on my mind is the death pledges, is nothing but a cowardWhat is the matter with the are doing well, I have been in all of his State. The latter urgent- my nephew with whom I lived ly attempt to dodge issues and ' x y to re- 'One of the most attractive of their homes. Finis is a gos-p- of for ten years. Ed Patteson died writer from Morrow, Ohio? We carry water on both shoulders. ly requested the Senator looking for another letter singer and his wife an organ- the 26th, of February, he was are-alIt will not work for the good of consider, and several hours later speakers among the long list of theparty, nor for our nominees, the resignation was withdrawn. Democraticcandidates who will ist Ruel Edrington was buried sick only ten days with brain every paper we get. THfr ADAIR COUNTY NEVUS ,an.d wil1 Prove the t.costiy. Hod. D.C. XXXl OPTICIANS e COLUMBIA HOTEL, Columbia, PROF; LEBBY i Drugs at Cut Prices s life-lon- 2c City Hall Pharmacy, ! j , i . life-lon- e: st Tay-lorsvil- le, ! d. -- Con-fussio- n, well-know- , w el l M yiv-- Ml tr tf T N f 7r . - cyar -- " "ynr. ing, made a business triptoAraf PERSONAL t. Monday. Mr. C. J. Gray & Sons are preparing to build another store pn Mr. W. H. Eubank was quite sick the same ground where the store last week. Miss Susie Sinclair was on the sick was burned last September. The list last week. new one will be a great deal Mr. W. S. Knight, Jamestown,' was larger than the one burned. We t V y THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS certainly do need another store here. The graded school here is proMr. R. E. L. Walters, Font Hill, was here County Court. gressing nicely. There are more Mr. Krinheater, Buffalo, New York, than 100 enrolled. We have is here on business. selected two good teachers MissMiss Mollie Caldwell was quite sick es Lena and Emma Palmore, of several days of last week. Mr. Lindsey Snow, Russell Springs, Pertmon, Monroe county. Miss was here a few days age. Lena has been"a teacher for the Mr. Hugh Noe was here from Camp- - past fourteen years, and is one bellsville last Friday and Saturday. of the best in the state. She Mrs. Jo Russell and her little son, holds a life certificate. Jo Jr., are visiting in McHenry, Ky. Mrs. Flora Shannon is getting Hon. L. T. Neat, who has been in the revenue service, has returned home. along nicely with her music Mr. W. R. Hoskins, Campbells ville, was here Sunday. 1 lvere Sunday. Farmers Call on -- nu: Who have used the Vulcan Turning Plow will buy no other The Jeffries liardwar e Store They will supply your wants , o Miss Nora and Carrie Bradshaw, Mont class. pelier, were shopping in Columbia Friday Mr. Tim Cravens will be at the Liberty Court this week, taking testi- Butler have recently purchased two new Howard pianos. mony in murder trials. Miss Julia Eubank is in the market making selections in millinary for Mrs Misses Georgia Pace and Ella Miss Ella Butler, who has been very sick with bilious fever, is Geo. W. Staples. Mr. Eaton Harris, of Avis, was visit- some better now. ing his sister, Mrs. H. McBeath, from A young ' lady who resides at Friday until Sunday. this place, and is about 20 years Mr. Ray Flowers, of this office, left for Horse Cave, Glasgow, Bowling Green of age, has just completed her eighth crazy quilt. Who can and other points Monday morning. ' Miss DellaHarris.who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. H. McBeath, for the past three weeks, has returned home. o Gresham. Born to the wife of Zollie Roy, a girl. Alva Bowmer has gono to St. Louis, Mo., where he has a good j Jones position. J f " ' Butler and tion. WxJ V Several attended the Mr. J. E. Flowers returned from son, Billie, made a business and Louisville more than a week ago, He pleasure trip to Nashville last sale at Hatcher. Tncker & McCormack bought thinks he will secure a position in the week, by boat, and have returnMessrs, R. W. and S. N. Wil- 3 head of 1000 pound cattle of city later. ed home. son bought a nice 1 o t o f hogs Bryant "Wilson, at 4J cents; 4 Sir. Geo. fl. Gowdy, President of the Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Gray and from Mr. H. N. Bridgwater this head of 'yearlings of Stanley Columbia and Campbellsville turn pike .Company, was here from Campbells- daughter and son will not go t o week. Cooper, for $59; one cow of Mrs. ville the first of the month. Mexico they decided Kentucky Mr. Bunk Gill of Adair Co., Lucy Cooper, for $31. Mr. Henry Atkins, of Montana, who spent several weeks very pleasantly was the best home for them; w e rjassed through here this week. Oscar Smith bought one horse with relatives here, started on his home- are all glad that they are not goMr. James T. Butler is on the of Luther Gosser, for $140. ward journey a few days ago. ing to move away. sick list. Stanley Cooper sold one horse Mr. J. B. Beard, who removed with There has been a great' meet Febuary 28th Mr. Burn Kelly to Mr. Gaskins for $80. his family to Texas, two months ago, has removed back to Adair Counnty, ing in session at Sunny Point and Miss Emma Wilcox were He says old Adair suits him. Dirigo. Church south of Marrowbone last quietly married. A nice supper Mr. Frank Jackman and Mr. George was given by the father and moSmith left this morning for a short visit week. Steve Coomer bought a sow k. in Florida. They both go to view the ther of the groom. and eight shoats from Rev. T. J. Gainesville, Ga. land with a desire to locate. Wm. Campbell and Dick Wel-do- Campbell for $25,00. Judge T. A. Murrell, wife, and little of the L. - W. T. S. were daughter, and Miss Fannie Holladay remaps a lew words irom a Landy Stotts bought a yoke of who have been sojourning in Florida, the guest of 'Fulton Cox Friday Russell county boy will be intersteers from G. W. Curry for fifty returned home Monday night. night. five dollars. t Messrs. R. F. Paull, C. S. Harris. esting to a few readers of the In some papers belonging t o Walker Bryant, Gordon Montgomery, News, so as my other letter es Creed Stotts, Bliss, was here a Mrs. W. D. Bridgwater the folRollin Hurt, J. B. Coffey and J. W. caped the waste basket, I will Flowers were in Louisville last week. lowing was found, I wonder i f day or so the first of this week ,. w v ??' t v ' .t ;i dfc sowing grass on the farm recent-Mr. J. A. Bonon, wife and little son try again. any are now living in Columbia Vs. .t have taken rooms at the Columbia Ho 1y I am always glad when the : purchased from Matthew who attended this social gathertel. Mr. Bonon is a traveling sales- day rolls around for the News to man out of Knoxville, and will make ing more than half a century ago. Wooten. come, for I do enjoy reading it, his headquarters at this place. Constable A. K. Roup, Breed- "Miss Tupman your company is Mrs. Lou W. Atkins left this morn- as it gives so many interesting .! 1 ing for Louisville and Nashville in which facts from the section surround- respectiully solicited at a social ; mg am Dusiness nere one a a y millinery cities she will buy Tea Party, at Washington Hall last week. Nashville she will ing my old home. for this market. At in Columbia on Saturday 22nd R. S. Royse sold his interest In be joined by her daughter, Miss Mabel The people are plowing and You nst at 5h o'clock P. M. Sam'l P. the J. R. Royse farm near Rugwho has been visiting in Florida, the making preparations for cotton, two returning to Columbia in a week or Suddarth, Wm. E. Russell, Jos Z. by. Bob has moved to th e farm Men who till the soil are crazy about it. The Improved Patcorn etc. ten days. Wheat, Tho. H. Frazier, John A and will soon erect a blacksmith ent Ideal Steel Harrow. It takes the rag off the bush. It It has been warm most of the Miss Jimmia Conover, daughter of Peebles, Sam McMurray, Charles shop at this place. is Adjustable Lever Attachment to open and close. Folds Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Conover, this coun- time siuce I have been here. ty, who was in school at Glasgow, was Taylor, Stephen D. Johnston, J. Messrs Evan Loy and Leslie ) up, easy to overate and never wears out. Just the thing you taken quite ill last week. Her parents The peach trees are nearly in Sam B. Field, committee of inviare looking for. Give it a trial and be conviuced of its merit?, went to Glasgow and upon the advice full bloom, but the cold spell the McClister were here one day last tation Columbia Ky., Febuary 15 conveyed their daughter of physicians, horse $3.50. PRICE: 2 horse $7.50; ', week. It is other dav injured the crop to a Sanitarium in Louisville 1847. For sale only by Shey bloomed earlier hoped that she will be speedily restored Williajn Harvey and daughter than they have for many years. Irvin's Store. C. Miss Willie of Breeding called at Georgia Marrowbone. is a prohibition Inventor and Patentee the home of the writer one evestate, i nave not seen a man We had an inch of snow last ning last week. Cane Valley, Ky. who thought every side of the weelc, and most of the peaches The farmers are very busy Landy Stotts lost a work steer road was his own. Most of the are killed. plowing, these pretty days. one day last week. Cause unyoung men and boy$ stay on 2& VK S?' '.s ts y' t y vr t ntx yy N!ii'kfMfci!i!MiKKk!i Babe Harris and family have known, i Mr. W. H. Brake, formerly of l,IXNINJ'NNrIN'IN side, for they know M their own gone to Illinois. Mr. Perkins 7K 7K this place, but who has been liv- what is best for them. Mose Wooten bought a bunch Bryant sold part of his things, ing in Glasgow for the past year, vJS. of oak timber from R. S. and I am staying near a church, in and then decided to stay in old Fudge has purchased the Jake Venus Royse for $125.00 which they have monthly meetKentucky. place, and moved back last week. ing, Sunday School and prayer-meetinThe sick of this community are Lando Meece and wife are Mr. Baake and wife think there Most of the people improving a little, but the com10 x 20 Glass 4 It Windows ' .90 Mrs. Marrowbone. visiting the latter's sister, is no place like (i (t u religious, and they have a munity is still almost like one are 1.00 10x24 y Davis Butler was at Arat Mon- great success in their meetings. M. T. Wilson "Big Hospital" Grippe, Malaria, ( (( It 1.10 12x24 day on business. I hay been teaching school The Rice Bros., have moved or Pneumonia o r weatever i t .20 Red Edge Collar Pads (12 in wide) their mill to Salem, and begun may be it has certainly Mr. John Smith, of South Mar- here two months, in a district of been .35 "Anchor" Corn Syrup (per gal) 40 pupils, of which 31 are enroll sawing lumber. a monster to 'contend with. rowbone, was at this place ( .40 Mrs. Julia Scales, wife of White Flake Syrup ed. .25 3 Can Sugar Corn It is a great satisfaction to Thomas Scales, died last Friday FOXES WANTED. Prof. G. E. Wilson soid a fine hear the train whistle, and the night. She had long been afflict.25 3 Cans Hominy IN. week to Mr. Pig AnS2.00 to $2.50 Grey and Red Foxes .horse last tuberculosis. various factory whistles make ed with Clothing at Prices to Close. 50 to 1.00 Saulrrels derson, for a fancy pri ce. 75 to 1.25. Coons realize that,, he lives in a one A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .4 'J And Express. F. L. G. Farris and world of industry.- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. M. Luttrell died at Norwood, j Send name of your express office In firs P children, spent Wednesday at Mr. Many good wishes for success Pulaski county, Friday, and was letter. .Russell Springs, Ky. W. T. HODGEN. NI' brought home to.the Union grave John Norris'. to the Mews.. Box 232 X 7K i'r Campbellsville, Ky ' Prof. C. D. Fields, of Breed yard for interment. Eldora George. C. x beat that? Mr. and Mrs. L. Farmers are busy in this sec '&.''- - - . t i m ( , v , . . F . -" . . A 1 I 1 1 up-to-da- te What Is It? Read And 1 Will See. con-ciderab- ly. J. Eubank l'JNJN.'l'''l 'iimijh (lll Bargains! g. to-da- Wilson. "3 I r-- j THE APAIK COUNTY NEWS went outltolinvestigate I-- found Dirigo. two of the dog's barks froze out there in the yard. I laid 'em During the latter part of Jast on a shelf in the woodshed, but week the farmers were very they didn't thaw out till spring, busy, and mustard greens were a 'There was a snake that got common article of diet. But caught out in that blizzard and, there has been!a" 'change, winter of course, it was froze stiff, all has again turned loose, and is right. I concluded that I would playing havoc. He is accompafix it good and plenty, and so I nied by lagrippe. There is not a just broke it in four pieces and family in the whole neighborthrew the pieces away. hood, that hasn't a sick member "Well, I never thought any in it. There are.khardly enough more about it till warm weather well persons to properly care for in the spring when, one day I the sick, Thefscientists in speakseen a piece o fa snake crawlin' ing of Halley's SComet, which 'round with somethin' in its was so long the entire topic of mouth. Well, when I got a little discussion, must;have '.been right closer I see that it was the piece in their theory, and only misof that snake that had the head taken in the time. It will be reon it, come to life. It had found membered that they predicted the tailpiece and was carryin' it that upon a certain day the old 'round till it could find the tl e ' 'Terra Firma" j r'w o u d pass two center pieces. through the tail of the comet. -Iln y anai.Dy it tound 'em lyin' and thatl,the Igases from such in the grass and then it laid 'em contact would make the majority down in regular order and backed of the people ?sick. Well, the up ag'in' 'em and stayed there day came on, ipassed, and nobody till they had all growed together. was injured.'The comet passed And yet there are people .who 'beyond ourgview, but from the will contend that a snake hasn't amount of sickness, it appears any sense. that he is still in the great some- waere, and is switching his, tail T Toria in this direction. Yes, the scien tists were right in theorv. hut Miss Nettie Roach spent a few they miscalculated the time. days of last week with her unJoe Leonard,:of Albany, who cle, W. M. Henager, who lives travels for Warren, Neeley & near Columbia. Co., called upon our merchants Simeon Roach is on the sick last Saturday. list. Miss Tressie Polston, of Cum- Robert Gibson lost a very val - . berland county, was at J. M. Campbell's last Saturday and uable cow one day last week: C. C. Jones sold a mule to Gar- Sunday. field Estes for $62.50. Allen & Wooten sold a yoke of N. R. Roach bought two hogs oxen to J. W. Simpson, for from Joe Roach; price paid 9cts. $72.50. Tom Samuels, of Fairplay, did per pound. Ray Flowers, the News man, business here last Tuesday. Mose Wooten spenfe several was shaking hands with the days last week at Greensburg people of Toria last week. Mrs. James Rupe is very sick and Campbellsville. A couple of dogs belonging to at this writing. Mr. Leonard Janes and Lilla Matthew Wooten made an attack Jesse were quietly married Feb., upon some sheep the other day, 23rd, at the home of the bride's but Allen Wooten happened to parents. The groom is a pros- be near with a gun, and killed dogs before any serious damperous- farmer. The bride is the the age was done. oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mose Wooten bought a jersey J. D. Jesse. Rev. Thos. Jesse, cow from Capt. Bradshaw, for uncle of the bride officiated. j 1 Truthful James. Attention! We Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill Stock ready for use. A large assortment of Windows, Doors, Roofing, Colonial Columns. any part or Wood, any grade desired, that is needed for Building or Repair work. It will be to- - your all "Speaking of cold weather," remarked truthful James, "I spent one winter in North Dakota. I supposed thai; I had seen some cold weather before that, but, as a matter of fact, L never had. L. & N. Time Card In effect Monday. Dec 31. 1903. SOUTH BOUND Chain Lv. Louisville Ar. Lebanos 7 7:00am 9:42am 3 8:15am 10:04 ata No. 79 5:05pm 7:40pm Mo 21 10.00 pin 80 pm 0.93 6:30 pm 90 pra NORTH BOUND i"bain Lv. Lebanon Ar. Louisvills 0.24 5:48am 7:50ar 0.78 722 am 10J5ani 0.28 4:30pm 6:55 pm To. 22 628 pm 8:15 pa To. 92 10:15 am 752am Nos. 92 and 93 are.Sunday trains only. Jo-2- In fact we can furnish the "Alongabout the middle of February the weather got down to business. It had just been foolin' along before that time tJ-.... tU i j; i i.Wv,um Interest to inspect our Stock and Prices. Sandusky & Co. Columbia, Ky. Z,;J:: fUVUu,.,,. J.. WUPT, .. j p wtaiuct V.UU1111C111' to hump lits back and do things, that spell of weather ttrnAM ib nvnn vvucn - wu&.uiiiy At v t- W1LM0RE HOTEL W. W. CUIUjaORH, First-Cla- ss Ppop V. C'OO 0t ' 1 ufiow seemed 1 1 u- - c HUGHE COMPANY s ELINDS. Sash. Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. to hev been like the warm spring- Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. II We appreciate them. E, L, HUGHES CO., INCORPORATED. L,UU10V1L,L,C, m .S?L IV time, Gentle Anna. "You may dispute my statement, but Hwant to say to you that one day'Iilwas b'lin water to make coffeewhen the door of the shackblew open and let the cold in right sudden.!; .Well, that bi'lin water in the kettle froze !i sittin' right there on the stove while it jwasl bi'lin to beat the band. The fact is that it froz so sudden that when I went to pick the chunk of ice out of the , J Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rates GRftDYVILLe. KY ... ,. ...I D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY , - - S7r I U. G. HARDWCS, Prcs. J. H. COCKE. V. Pres. R. H. DIETZHAN, Sec W. T. PynejVliIl& Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 186! INCORPORATED 1889 wmiiW$iGHTS 1301 N. DEALERS IN f mflCHifliSTS ENGfKES. EGILEFS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TfilETeejnH-MftlLOUISVILLe kettle the ice2wasso hot yet that it burned my hand. "There are a good many people I hev toldjthat to, who don't be lieve it. That is one of the most discouragin'ZthingsIin this world, to know that a thing is true and yet have yourlfriends doubt you just because they never saw anything like it. And yet a1! of 'em believe any amount of things that they never saw and never will see. ! ,V r xfw. sr - v-- j Special Attnetin lo Eyes Spavin or any surFjstulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Alon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE. ON BURKSYILLE STREET. Joseph J H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work "That same winter all the seed potatoes Ihed;froze hard as so many bones. Ifdid'nt know what to do at plantin'time, not havin' the coin necessary to pay for more potatoes and I hed my doubts aboutlthem frozen potatoes growin' well. However. I said to myself, says I, 'I will just try 'er a whirl, anyway.' I planted the potatoes and they grew all right, but when I came to dig 'em in the fall blamed if I didn't find that I had raised a crop oflsnowballs. Yes, sir, that field run a hundred and fifty bushels of snowballs to the acre. It was one of the most discour-agithings I had to meet that year. "I had a favorite dog that I raised tilllitlwas 4 years old He was a good dog and generally sensible, but had a fool habit of barkin at the moon whenever it was moonlight. The coldest night the moon was full. It was nearly as light as day. "The dog was anxious to get out and do his regular stunt of barking at the queen of the night, but I was afraid he would freeze if he got out, so I kept him in the house. He was all broke up about it and whined and cried to get out. I never saw a dog really shed tears before. "Finally, he worked on my feelings till I consented to let him out and just take one bark. I thought when he got out and found how everlastin' cold it was he would be satisfied to come back into the house and stay. Sol opened the door and the fool dog jumped out. He lit barkin' and got the full force of the norther right in his mouth. It just solidified him right there. He never got his mouth shut. I reached out and pulled him inside the door, 'but he was froze so stiff that he broke in two when I dropped him on the floor. The next 'morning when I n' Will practice m this and adjoining counties. : Jamstown, Kentucky, , Why JOBBING WORK SOLICITED -- rf Machinery Repaired Not All Kinds of Read The ELLWOOD 26 WIRE FENCE INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long as our'stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. i . S0INC.1 KEfri:srfr"es?iK 58 INCH i ELLWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) MADE IN 3X HEIGHTS Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. tle son, Carl, spent last week with her parents, M? . and Mrs. A great many people have colds and several cases of la- - John Rose this place. Several from this place attendgrippe. Walker Bros., have returned ed meeting at Antioch last Sun-- , where they day. from Louisville, have been selling tobacco and Mr. E. L. Hamilton and wife, they report prices not very good. of Edmonton visited the latter's Mr. Chas. Bell visited his sisparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. ter, Mrs. S. A. Taylor, of Mont-peli- Walker, one night last week. last week. Master James Hunter stepped W. H. Rose sole to G. E. Nell on a nail one day last week, hope one horse. Price unknown. will not prove serious. Misses Maggie Walker and it Mrs. Cattie Bell and little Rosa Bell spent Thursday of last week with their aunt, Mrs. Mary children visited her parents, Mr. 1 Bell. . and Mrs. Hestand from Monday Mrs. Ella R. Nell and her lit until Thursday. Neli. er ! - From my work I have become convinced that; because a woman achieves financial and mental independance it by no means fol lows that she need lose a whit of feminine preciptions and refine - j HENRY WATTERSON S. C. Neat called on N. R. ment. As I think over the long list of splendid woman of a 1 Roach last week. Editor. ages and condition whom I have i Mrs. John England is no betknown in the business world i t j We Can Furnish You ter. seems to me it would be difficult Rev. J. H. Janes is building to find an equal number of wo - The Adair COlIlM NeWS an addition to his house and men in any spnere 01 lite who when completed will add greatly posess more of the spirit of true and the to the appearance of the place. womanliness and by true w o- Mrs. Margaret Flatt spent a manliness i mean not alone no-- : Weekly few days of last week with the bility of character but all those writer and family. dainty personalities o f mind The Mt. Pleasant school with body and soul which are and al Courier-JOurn- al Miss Lannah Janes as teacher is ways will be the everlasting joy moving along nicely. and distinction of the true w o- Both One Year The writer was in your city man. There comes to my mind in this connection a certain genMonday. For $1.50 tlewoman 0 f my acquaintance who for over twenty years has Attadks School Principal. worked in the office of a certain We can also give liberal on school principal, concern and although' A severe attack her work is Chas. B Allen, of Sylvania, Ga., is combination rate with Daily thus told by. him. "For more than essentially masculine in its nature three years," he writes, "I suffered in- and her days are passed entirely or Sunday Courier Journal. describable torture from rheumatism, Comamong men I never knew a gen- Write Courier-Journ- al liver and stomach trouble and diseased kidneys. All remedies failed till I used tler or more delicate personality pany, Louisville, Ky., for Electric Bitters, but four bottles of than her. free sample copy of edition this wonderful remedy cured me completely." Such results are common. you desire, but- - be sure to A loss estimated at $500,000 Thousands bless them for curing stomach trouble, female complaints, kidney was sustained at Donaldsonville, send your subscription order disorders; biliausness, and for new to this paper NOTto tht health and vigor. Try them. Only 50c La., when flames originating in the kitchen of the Nicholls hotel Courier Journal. at Paull Drug Co. While C. C. Janes was trying to cut a small bush, the axe glanced and struck Ronald, his son just below the knee inflicting a very painful wound. He was taken to the house and the wound dressed. He is now getting along nicely. $60. Woman in Business. Courier Journal? f 1 j i J j W .--' t -- Jr ,. .; 'a,Op V f A.' t . . 4, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS to nearly every home between Mrs. H. B. Helm last Thursday. the two places. As our other letter, escaped The measle tide seems to be Our mail is placed in the boxes Mrs. J. H. Coe has been visit- -' the waste dasketwe will add a daily. ing her parents, Mr. Willis Brock-- 1 about over at the present. few more items. Several case3 of whooping' A huckster makes weekly man, of Joppa. There has been quite a change ' rounds to gather chickens and We would be very glad to see cough in this community. in the weather for the last few another letter from Belle Plaine Mr. Newt Bagby is critically il eggs. days, quite a little snow fell last Your efficient Hatcher corre- Kansas, also from you Oklahoma with double pneumonia. Sunday night, guess the fruit Mrs. Lethia Sherill is confined spondent is teaching a splendid folks. year, peaches will be scarce this to his room with a severe case school at that place. especially. of lagrippe. Sparksville. Prof. Henderson, of Greens- Mrs. L. A. McClure, .who has Miss Nannie Burress is at burg, also has an interesting Business of all kinds is pro- home from school with a case of school at Clay Hill. Both gentle been Very sick for the past few t gressing nicely. Farmers have a lagrippe. days is improving. men are mstructore or manyA little child of Mr. and Mrs. great deal more work done thanj Miss Mary Loy is visiting her years experience and the patrons grand mother Mrs. Nannie Hood shouldbe congratulated on obtain- Martin Wooldridge died the 17th, usual at this time of the year. a victim of pneumonia. Fannie. a little daughter of J. at Bliss Adair county. ing their services. Miss Ora Hood of Bliss is the Money has been appropiated to Mrs. J. M. Lester, of this place J. J. Stotts, who had the misfortis spending a few days with her une of getting her hand cut near- guest of her sister Mrs. J. E. build 4 iron bridges across Mea-Lodow Creek. daughter, Mrs. J. N. Meadows, ly off, a few weeks ago, is getThe Public road crosses the creek ting along nicely. Revs. Levi and W. H. C. San-- ! Jamestown. C C. Coomer visited at Basil a didge closed a series of union re- -' eleven timeS befcween Hatcher Miss Audra Coffey was the And these vival meetings at Bethlehem and Roachville. guest of Miss Nora Blakenship few days ago. ondgea are sadly needed, H. F. Gaston was transacting Tuesday night with seven con- last Saturday night. versions and the community1 We have services Sabbath by Mr. F. C. Bell, of Tearcoat business at Gradyville, Tuesday. ministers. From the forego- greatly revived. passed through this place last Ctirt Yarberry, of Cane Valley, Your reporter and family vis- - in fact3 the News can readiy Saturday, enroute for Horse was visiting relatives here a few ited relatives at Bliss last week. see that we are not idIe if we are days ago. Shoe Bottom. Preperations are being made not as boisterous as Peter, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wooldridge, Prayermeeting at Antioch evMrs- - J- - T- - Johnson who has to take up the discontinued work of Martha, Oklahoma, who have ery Thursday night. on the Greensburg and Columbia ' been confined to her room for been visiting friends and relaO. W Breeding was at Weed several weeks is imProvinS low- pike in a short time. tives here will return home soon. Saturday. Mr.N. R. Waggenerof Colum-llMiss Ghoul Helm was- the Messrs' Walter and Roberfc J. F. Gilpin spent Tuesday bia visited relatives in this com- guest of Miss Maggie Wooldridge night with his daughter, Mrs. munityafew days of last week!Gib30n' of Cambellsville, were last Sunday. W. L. Gadberry. and left Greensburg Saturday with eir parents here Saturday. The apron party given at thei Wheat and grass looks very for Pleasant Plains 111. where, 1,liaa iJ,lc of public schools, and Miss Alice home of Mr. R. A. Hamm last promising. he expects to locate. Saturday night was not very Miss Lee Burress and your re- Shreve of Greensburg, visited the Mr. Pink Corbin is confined to largely attended on account of his room with grippe. porter have the earliest young Clay Hill school Wednesday bad weather, but those who were Mrs. Francis Roop is in a crit- chicks in this community, so Piin-cuf- f I )n 'J j:i there reported a nice time. ical condition at this writing. come around andget early fried are holding a series of meet- Messrs. Wheeler Taylor and Bro. Payne and Bro. Scott have chicken. at Saloma, Taylor county. Tom Kennett, of Horse Shoes Ruf us Burress sold three stacks just closed a revival meeting at Messrs. Joe Cofer and Walter Bottom attended the party at Antioch with 25 professions and of hay to Mr. Leachman for $30 Mr. R. A. Hamms. Harmon willleave in a few days the church and community great- one to Bob Hartfield for $11. one forlll. Mr. John Campbell made a ly revived. to Edd Coffey for $11. Miss Lula'Gwynn of Cambells- business trip to Burnside last Tyler Burress bought a milch J. F. Gilpin bought an aged .ville was theHguestof frien1s week on the Str., Rowena. mare from A. T. Coomer for $60. cow from Mrs. Tennie Bagby Sunday. Mr. Marcus Wooldridge, of this "l Hogs are very scarce in this for $35. rson.Bros. of greensburg place sold to F. Coffey a horse. . James Neagles bought a milch neighborhood. Price not known. covfrom Mr. Simpson for $35. Psed through here slast week A little child of W. R. Janes, Iarge drove of hogs they Mr. and Mrs. Otho Acre, of and sold 7 calves to Jim Ander ' chased count Texas, are visiting the latter's s very sick at present son for 73.50. s Reality parents near this place, Mr. J. 0s Cole Camp.CharliePerkinsisnotv running and prices are weaker, M. Powell. a huckster wagon through the L. Miller.christened his new Mr. Leon Lester is attending Miss Annie Baker is visiting Thurlow section andlGreensburg. . 'home, Egypt V'Jimmie can court at Jamestown this week. her sister, Mrs. Emma Grissom, sing "Down by the river," with Messrs. Willie Faulkenburg ,of Burnside. Owensby. Helm. M. F. Helm spent the day with Greensburg Suburbs. ! Suflcr? Are you one of the thousands of women who suffer from female ailments ? If so, don't be discour During the last half century, Cardui has been established in thousands of homes, as a safe remedy for pain which only women endure. 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The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL j , j 1 AND THE ADAIR. COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS 11 - arescarn 'J. . For $1.50 if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. . and T. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, S6.00 Sunday Wp. Courier-Journ- Yr $2.00 can sive you i combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. X9 ! s X5X5XSCSeJis)SsxS5 J Pickett Tobacco . Warehouse INDEPENDENT C. A. BRIDGES & Co. PROPRIETORS BRIDGES W. G. BRIDGES CHAS-A- . Luttrell, the traveling Duke Thomas, who has been salesman, was calling on our on the sick list for the past week, merchants last week. is able to be out again. . Miss Maggie Wooldridge has Mrs. Pearl Cunningham and been visitingrelatives and friends son, Glayde, spent one day last ' in Long Bottom. week with Mrs. Kate Fletcher. Mr. W. J. Perkin, who is Uncle John Martin Baker, who building a new dwelling house has been confined to his bed with will soon have it completed, pneumonia for some time, is no Mr. Welby Powell, who has ' better, been going to school at the R. S. Misses Ruth Thomas. Emma A. is at home. Nixon, Sallie and Julia Neathery, Mr. A. J. Loy has swapped were the guests of Miss Mary his gasolene beat to Mr. Asa Fletcher, last Sunday. Rodgers for a farm. Chicken nox is in our neirii- Mrs. J. M. Heath, of this place borhood. has been visiting friends at Burks1 Mr. Herbert Fletcher spent ve- last Sunday night with his uncle, Mr. L. A. McMurtrey, of Mr. Umena Fletcher. Bowling Green has recently come Mr. Jim Cole said tell the to Cumberland river, to work on News he could eat a pound of the Steamer Rowena. meat at one meal since he got Little Miss Alma McClure is his new teeth. M. j ! J Corner Eighth and Main Streets; Louisville, Ky. Four Months Storage Free fiive'us a trial. We Guarantee to Please you ' - Table supplied With the Best the MarkerAf fords Meals, 35c MILLEM M. D. MILLEN & HOUSE, CO., Proprs . , - Located on Railroad St., one square east of L. & N. Station Lebanon, - Kentucky. ; 'r-.- !; , . j. nothing to answer in"his final Mr. Ben Kimbel and wife o f isave the hoot of the owl. Mrs. Nat Keltner who has French Valleyare visiting friends been in bed five monthsdoesn't at this place. seem toimprove any, Dr. J. L. AtThere was not a large crowd in kinson is the attending physician. Jamestown Monday owing to the Most farmers have plowed inclement weather. their sod land, some Ihave burn-je- d The nealth of Mrs. J. H. Bar- plant beds. The all absorbing ger remains aboutthe same. Question is, "What!will be the Mrs. John JWooldridge and; resulfc of the years toil? daughter of Jamestown visited I read with pleasure the spicy friends here. articles from Mr. Fred McLeans Mr. Lee Lawless has gone t o pen. Come of ten)Mr. McLean and Greenwood Ind., to attend the stay a long time you surely have Mr pleasant memories of Meadow funeral of his brother-in-laCreek. N. G. Myers. With best wishesjfor the News. Mr. Station, 2l travling sales- mm j man was here last week. A Pierre Night Alarm There is a meeting in progress is the hoarse, startling cough of a child. at Moore School house which suddenly attacked by croup. Often it has been l n session twelve o r aroused Lewis Charablin. of Manches- thirteen days and being conduct ter, 0.,R. R. No 2 for their four ed by Rev James Sullivan. It i s children were greatly subject to croup. "Sometimes in severe attacks," he vicifincr har f,. Mr. w.t-i.v. rrraniTnavonfo u: eum a great meeting so far there have wrote "we were afraid they would i tit.- ..i.vi. sum nix l " u.i: and Mrs. George Williams, near been 37 professions and 2 4 o f die, but since we proved what a certain for $2 50 per barrel, r Sewellton. them joined the M E. Church. remedy Dr. Kings New Discovery ipr Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wooldridge' .Mr. Charlie Norris went out we have no fear. We rely on it fir Meadow Creek Taylor County. croup and for coughs, colds or any and Mrs. J. E. Wooldridge and last Saturday morning for a fox throat or lung trouble." So do thousfamily spent the -- day at J. S. nunt, witn nine nounas and ior- ands of others. So may you. Asthma, ty people for company. . Their Editor News. Wooldridge last Sunday. A little more than a year has Hay Fever, La Grippe, Whooping Mrs. J. M. McClure has been report was, they had a fine race. Cough, Hemorrhages fly before it. 50c elapsed since I was in the beautivisiting her 3ister, Mrs. EllaMc-Farlanand 1 Trial bottle free. Sold by the We are having- - some cold ful little city of Columbia and Paull Drug Co. of Denmark. weather at present. handed the News a do liar. How Mr. Alva McFarland, who has Mr. Gilliam BaTcer is buying time flies! Love- for Adair and Fifteen passengers were injurbeen on an extended visit to the chickens at. 10 cents pei:? pound. her people is my heritage. So ed in the wreck of Santa Fe West has returned home. Mr. Elam Fletcher made a trip find enclosed one dollar to keep train No. 2, the Log d Creels-bor- o to Burkesville last;weejc. coming. Mr. Elmer Dalton, of the News Angeles-Chicag- o tourist flyer was at this place last SatWill say that Meadow Creek The accident occurred at Garcia, Messrs. . .Gilliam. Baker and urday. Pen Cole spent last Saturday takes in Hatcher and Roachville. 45 miles west of Albuquerque, - Mesdames J. man and night and Sunday at Glensfork. Two telephone lines gives service N.M. j i ! i j i I ; ; w . ! ! ! i j j J j , -- -- .u J d, - east-boun- W.-Jac- k Y I f r u. -- i .w ,t' - si rV-l- . -- r. -- -' . 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyvilie. -- a new house built. Monticello, children, Misses Lou, Ella and S XX4) frXXXXXX4XXXXl Alice Bault, of Holmes, were Mrs. Owen Antle. who has been $ March came in with a little visiting at Mr Delaney RobertThe farmers in these parts are sick for some time, is not snow. son's the last of the week. very busy these pretty days, much. James Gilpin, of Sparksville, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hendrick-so- n plowing and sowing oats. Wheat Mr. Olin Bloid, of New Mexico, 1 have taken charge of PHELPS BROS. with us last Friday. . was and son, Ray, of Casey coun- is looking fine. is so well pleased with this counHOTEL and will endeavor-t- o run same wheat crop is looking fine ty, spent Saturday and Sunday The try, he has decided to locate It is feared that the recent cold to the satisfaction of old and new custoIn.this section. at Mr. W. P. Dillingham's. snap has injured the fruit crop. here, and has purchased some mers. Livery and Feed stable in C. 0. Moss was on . the sick Mr. Wilbur Beard, of Knifley, Mr. Robt. Spencer, of Pine land of John D. Wheat. He will with the HOTEL. Special pains list a few days of last week. was here on business last Mon- Knot, Better known as "Uncle enter into some kind of business. taken in the care and feeding of stock. Robert McCaffree, of Colum- day. Bob," has just closed a series of Owen Antle sold to James I will also continue in the Implement bia, was here one day last week Mr. Burt Bryant made a flying singing schools at Stubenville McKinley, some corn at $2 per surveying. barrel. and Hardware Business and carry a trip to Plum Point last Monday. and Rogers Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Strong Hill are good line of Field seeds. Mr. Thadeus Helm says it is Rev. Reuben Roberts, of Mill Messrs. J. H. Martin and J. D. in Louisville this week. Springs, has just closed a series too cold living up on the ridge, Absher are on the sick list. J. H. Phelps. Mr. Walter Sinclair, of Pelly-toS. Thom- of meetings at Rogers Grove, and has moved to the river, Mr. and Mrs. James 'where he can have the hills for a was here last Friday, shak- as were visiting at Mr. N. R. with only one addition. ing hands with his friends. Mr. J. M. Vaughan and family wind break. Thomas' last Saturday. S Rev. Nathan Antle is conductMiss Mildred Walker spent Mr. M. W. Gossett, the pro- of Burnside, have moved to the W$3 several days in Columbia last duce man, was here last Thurs- property purchased of W. C. ing a very successful meeting at week Pell Ham. day, paying 10 cents for hens Adams. Adams and family have Blankenship school house. Pyrus. gone to Burnside. CoMiss Ethel Gross entertained Rev. J. R. Crawford, of and 14 cents for eggs. L. A. Rankin, of Rankin, has Miss Mollie Kelsey, Wednesday lumbia, filled his regular appointMr. W. S. Pickett has been Mr. John R. Cundiff's family Messrs. E. S. Rice and G. C. ment here last Saturday and Russell made a business trip to purchased the James H. Eads eve. have been confined to their beds confined to his room for several property, for $4,000. Sunday. Old uncle John Pierce, as he for the past two weeks, but are days with Iagrippe. Campbellsville, one day last Will H. Eads, of this place, was familiarly called, died the better at this writing. P. V. and M. L. Grissom were week. Dr. James Taylor of BridgeCo- 28th, He was very old, and had calling on our merchants one Mr. Loren Bradley is very sick port was called to the bedside of Mr. and Mrs. Henderson has has just returned from day last week. with grippe. We hope he will Mrs. Charlie Keltner who has Wheat, of Tarter, were vjsiting lumbia, where he has been tun been afflicted for some time. ing pianos. W. L. Sharp, who has been at Mr. W. H. Absher's Saturday The wedding of Miss Lillian soon be at his post, as your cor- - been very bad health for some Miss Ollie Weaver, of Bron- - Gross and Mr. Lucien Kerns, respondent gets lonesome overltfane. living with his moth-in-lafor and Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Price of Keltner is several years, will move to his Saturday there plowing. Mrs. Geo. Grant and children, ston, has just returned home was solemnized dwelling, in a short time. Mr. H. T. Smith was quite sick very lw with a complication of near Tarter, visited her mother, from that place, where she has evening at 2 o'clock, at the diseases. bride's home.1 The ceremony last week. Mr. J. B. Cragg, one of our Mrs. Robert Humphress, sever- been visiting. Mr. John Richard Keltner and Sheriff G. T. Ramsey has just was performed by the Rev. citizens, is in a very critical con- al days of last week. Mr Will Ed Squires and Sam Thomas Hadley. The bride was Pollard were in Campbellsville wife are confined to their beds dition at this time, and can not The party at Mr. G. C. Rus- returned from an unsuccessful with Iagrippe. last but a few days, unless there sell's Saturday night, was large- trip to Danville, where he has handsomely gowned in cream last week on busisness. chifis a great change. We are glad tofrote that Mrs. ly attended, and all report a nice been to search for Louis Coffey, colored silk combined with Mr. Ben Hancock, Deed and badly cut Josh fon and old lace. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Smith, were in Greens-bur- g C. W. Keltner is improved some colored, who very J. K. Rodgers, of Keltner, time. Kerns left for the former's in the back. at this writing. was in our town last Wednesday, last week on business. Casey Creek was past fording Bates and reports business quiet, with a few days last week, and the Two large droves of cattle home, where they will remain Mr. Jacob Price of Keltner was Mr. Geo. Shaw and family re with the groom's parents until passed up the pike this week, a great deal of sickness In his mail failed to reach Knifley. turned from Louisville last week, transatmg business in our com community. blue grass region. they go to house keeping.1 Their headed for the Mr. Whitney has bought some Mr. Sawney Browning and Mr. munity last week. friends wish them a long and Mr. J. F. Pendleton is buying logs from G. C. Russell. Mr. John Foster and family Mrs R. O. Keltner and little Curt Stephens, of the L. W. T. happy life. a nice bunch of young cattle prehave gone to .Hedge ville, Ky., S., were visiting at Mr. Scott daughter Daisy of Gradyvilie Mrs. Ben Robertson's condiparatory for the Louisville marwhere they expect to make their Casey CreeR. spent last Saturday with her sisTodds. last Sunday. tion remains about the same. ket. future home. Mr, W. P. Dillingham lost a Last Wednesday Mr. Foree ter Mrs. C. W. Keltner. Mr. S. A. Harper has just valuable horse last Monday, by Mr. T. J. Alexander has R. E. Crit Collins, who has been Hood and Ode Coomer were goRev. Pangburn filled his apcompleted getting out a nice and getting his neck broken. Mullens testing a road train ill for some time is not much ing to mill, and the ford had pointment at Pleasant Ridge large lot of staves, that he will Dr. N. M. Hancoclwas in this freight service between here and better. been washed out, but the boys last week. offer for sale in the near future. neighborhood last Tuesday. Burnside, Ky. They-- left here Dan Burton, of Pelleyton didn't know it, and drove the Your Correspondent received The few days of sunshine put Mr. Jesse Absher, of Watson, Tuesday morning with Mullen's passed through this neighbor-- mules into deep water, so the a card from Mrs. Ella Y. Roberta hustle on our farmers last was here a few days ago, on bus- traction engine pulling two wag- hood Saturday. off with 10 bushels son Tuesday, was truely glad to bed floated o. ons, each loaded with about ten week, and there was scarcely a iness. Charlie Harrison, of Pelleyton of wheat and corn, and came hear from Cousin Ella, but sorry one to be seen on the streets. Misses Bertha and Audra Dill- thousand pounds of hickory died February 11th, and was down to the mouth of Pell Ham, to know that she is still in very Mr. B. B. Janes, one of our ingham were the guests of Miss spokes. These will go to the buried at the Roley graveyard. and Mr. T. B. Hood ran down, poor health and doesn't improve river, where they will be transAnnie Sharp, last Tuesday. successful farmers and stock Mrs. Delie Ross, of this place got his skiff and saved it. Now any. She is such a good useful ferred to wagons. They return- men, was in our midst one day Whitney Bros, went down the don't we need a bridge, good woman her presence is missed at is verj sick at this writing. ed Friday, loaded with fertilizer. last week, and informed your iver with two large rafts iast Sunday School, her vacancy at Miss Elma Simpson visited her people? this proves a success Alexan If reporter that he had 21 extra Tuesday. Mr. Bob Todd was visiting in church and among all of her der will purchase a regular haul- cousins, Misses Virdie and Alva good lambs, and had lost several. many good friends. Mr. Robert Humphress took Woodrum Saturday night and Green county last week. Marven Sexton sold several advantage of the pretty weather ing engine. Sunday. Mr. G. L. Vire of Keltner was Miss Annie Cox, one of our acres of land to R. L. Cole, one last week, sowing oats. Denmark. Miss Ella Humphress visited popular young ladies, is teaching visiting his mother Mrs. J. H. day last week. We did not learn Drury Moore, near ColumMr. Vire Sunday night. Misses Mary and Ida Mullinix a class in music in Mannsville. the price. bia, was here the first of the Died, on the 15th of Febuary, The few cold days left every Sunday night. Mr. Charlie Sparks, the mail week on business. Miss Lura McFarland is on an thing brown and sear that had Mr. Carl H. Wolford made a extended visit to Campbellsville. Mr. Green Rodgers, ofd and well contractor from this place to Ed Mrs. Mary Brockman and Miss respected citizen of the Keltner monton, is on the market for a Ruth Rule visited at Mr. Ben put out. Even the March pinks business trip to Campbellsville Mr. Will Ed Squires and sister community, his funeral was conthe messengers of spring, bowEggs are lower than, they have few extra plug horses. Charles Robertson's Friday night. Ruth, were visiting at Milltown, ducted by Rev. Joe Firkin at ed their heads in submission. been for some time. says Spring is near by, and he last week. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel RobertPleasant Ridge church, his recan handle several of just the son were at Mr. Joe Morris' last The fruit through this section Mr. Osie Dillingham, of Ab' Mr. Dick Squires and family mains were laid to rest in the fam is injured some. right kind. sher was at this place Thursday. Thursday night. are on the sick list this week. ily grave yard. Since the few pretty days the Prof. Tom Pierce sang here Rev. May will preach at Roley Mr. R. O. Dillingham visited Miss Rena Sublett, of Romine, Mr. J. A. Vire and Master last Saturday and Sunday night, his sister, Mrs. Owen Hendrick-so- farmers have bugun to take on a church the 1st Sunday in March. workspirit of energy, and are was the guest of Miss Geo Shep- Demmon Keltner were visiting with a view to making up a of Casey county, a few days Silva, the little daughter of ing some. herd, last week. at Gradyvilie last Sunday. class, but for some reason failed. ago. Mr. and Mrs. Crum Chelf is very Miss Carrie Avers is visiting Every one who attended was deMrs. G. D. Vance was visiting Mr. Bill Hood, our sick at this writing. Misses Annie and Clara Rob-e- i her aunt, Miss Martha Hadley, lighted with his singing, and we tson were in Cane Valley shopMiss Lucy Mann was shopping blacksmith, was in Greehsburg Mrs. C. W. Keltner Sunday. of Esto. regret that he failed to make up ping last Friday. last week on business. Mr. Albin Parson the well at Roley Thursday. Miss Ethel Gross was visiting a class. Mrs. W. P. Dillingham is sick Mr.Dick Squires,one of our best known produce man was in our Mr. Percy Edwards and Miss at this writing. at Mrs. Elmer Rippatoe's, ThursAbsher. Victoria Barr were quietly mar- farmers, is through breaking community Wednesday. day. Mrs. Jim Hutchison and Miss corn ground. Mrs. G. D. Vance made a busMr. D. P. Rice, of Holmes, is Annie Williams visited Mrs. J. Mrs. Jono Gross is on the sick ried at Rev. J. R. Woodrum's Prof. Lebby, eye specialist, iness trip to Columbia last week. We wish Saturday evening. visiting his daughter, Mrs. G. C. C. Absher last Friday. list this week. was through this part of the them much happiness. Mrs. Squire Kemp was visiting Russell, this week.- Mr. Henry Ingram, of ColumMr. James Higginbottom and week, fitting glasses Mrs. C. W. Keltner Mrs. Iva Smith, of Dunville is country last Monday. Miss Mattie Morris was the bia, was in this neighborhood on his brother, George, left for Dalplace. for the people. visiting her father at this guest of Miss Bettie Bryant last business, one day last week. Mrs. Martha Parnell visited las, Texas, Monday. There are several of the boys Mrs. Bob Smith, Mrs. Ella Mrs. Mary Wilson a few days of Saturday night. Mr. Brice, of Esto, was at this Attadks School Principal. and girls of this place who will Feese and Miss Sallie Ray Wilson last week. Messrs. W. P Dillingham and place Saturday. A severe attack on school principal, Monday. were calling on Mrs. John R. H. S. Robertson made a business Mr. Ed Helm has completed start for Illinois Mr. C. W. Keltner and daughtChas. B Allen, of Sylvania, Ga., is Mr. Henry Crollie, of Camp- .Cundiff, last Thursday evening. to Columbia. Saturday. trip thus told by him. "For more than his branch line of teleshone. er Miss Stella attended the birthinbellsville visited Mr. Tom Chelf Murray is having a fine day dinner of their Uncle, Mr. Misses Zella East was the three years," he writes, "I suffered Mr. Jo Mrs. Ed Helm was visiting her Saturday night. describable torture from rheumatism, guest of the Misses Robertson, liver and stomach trouble and diseased parents, Mr. a'nd Mrs. Pink residence built on his farm near R. O. Keltner of Gradyvilie. kidneys. All remedies- failed till I used ,Mr. J. W. White, of near here, Feese's mill. Mr. Clay Feese Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Vire was visiting Electric Bitters, but lour bottles of Stapp, of Esto, last week. who has been .afflicted with can- has the contract. Mr. Joe Hwnphress and cous- this" wonderful remedy cured me comMrs. W. S. Pickett last Monday Mr. Jim Chatman bought of is reported better at present. Miss Ella Humphress, visited pletely." Suchresults are common Jeff Hadley 'one horse for $110. cer in, Mr. Dick Hutchison who has evening. Rev. J. R. Woodrum and A. Thousands bless them for curing stomfamily of W. A. Humphress ach trouble, female complaints, kidney the Mr. L. McFarlancTs'condition Wolford will soon have a nice been suffering with rheumatism Two canidates have been canbiliausness, and for new disorders, Saturday and Sunday. for the past three weeks, is some vassing our neighborhood, improved. dweljing completed for W. O. health and vigor. Try them. Only 50c is much Messrs v Mr. andlMrs. Sam Smith, and at Paull Drug Co. better. Mr. John Gross is having him Hendrickson. at Hatcher. Perrymanand Sinclair. im-provi- ng a$xi con-necti- on n, $XWWWWW &&&$$&$, w I ' i , - n, up-to-da- te - .? "S t- rai .. t f? :f frjiWTlr-S- i