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Moss, County Judge of Adair county, and will be here for distribution in a Jl inllr COLUMBIA, I It IffiTrt mt mm WEDNESDAY MARCH 15, 1911. 'Sap WmwmwK NUMBER 19 ' ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Death of a Prominent Lawyer. There will be a public debate, as anAll persons having notes or accounts Cumberland counties most prominent nounced some time ago, at the Lindsey against the estate of the late Dr. W. citizens and a lawyer of recognized Wilson Chapel next Saturday evening, T Grissom will present same, properly ability, died at his late home, in at 7:30. verified, to the First National Bank or Burkesville, Tuesday morning, March MANAGED BY ADAIR COUNTY Resolved, That United States Sena- Mrs. Lizzie Grissom, surviving widow the 7th. Hte was about seventy-fiv- e NfeWS AND RUSSELL & CO. tors should be elected by popular vote. tf. Lizzie Grissom, Exectx. years old, and had been a successful Affirmative, Fred Rainwater, I. W. practicing attorney for more than fifty-yearshort time: Napier. In addition to our educational enterHe was a man of extensive Caleb Caldwell, age 14, Portland Ky. Negative, C. B. Diddle, Wyatt prises the art spirit is also manifesting End of Robert Caldwell, age 15, Milltown. reading, and was a most - entertaining How itself in our town. Miss Sallie Baker He was the father conversationalist. W. Bennett, age 15, Columbia. J. The girls of the Philomaleis Society has installed a china kiln in her home, of Mr. Ed Allen, who lives near DanC. M. Smith, age 15, Columbia. will assist in music, etc and will open a studio for china decoWeek's Voting. ville, and Wm. Allen, of Cumberland Lesley Banks, age 14,. Cane Valley. Everybody invited. rating. county, the father-in-laof Mr. J. O. Bryon English, age 15, Columbia. Notice. Ewing, who is a practicing attorney of Bruce Grissom, age 12, Bliss. 'EN and WOMEN, sell guaranteed CumberBurkesville. The people of Edgar Harris, age 14, Columbia. hose. 70 per cent, profit. Make 10 land county were very fond of Judge COUNTERS, J. W. FLOWERS, BRUCE MONTGOMERY AND ROBERT REED. I have two high class saddle Stallions daily. Full or part time. Beginners J. D. Gowen, age 13, Sparksville. Allen. He was a wise counsellor and Oley Roe, age 14, Sparksville. that will make the present season at investigate. Wear Proof, 3038 Chesthad been for many years a great friend my at barn. I trust to be in position nut St., Philadelphia, Pa. Otis England, age 15, Sparkesville 2 to the unfortunate, those who had but Sam Simpson, age 12, Breeding. at an early day to meet the demands of Hallots cast in Piano contest to Monday night, 7 p.m., March 13, 1911. little of this world's goods. He was Henry Morgan, age 15, Columbia. those who desire to raise mules. My 12 year old son of Frank Frazer, I IOS 625 advertisement will appear at an early i Mrs Mary Lee the Nellie Follis, Columbia strictly an honorable man, ready at all Buford Conover, age 16, Columbia. Frazier, Middlesboro, 1073 825 day. If you want to breed to a saddle fell down a flight Rose Hunn, Columbia times to denounce those he knew to be Rollin Keltner, age 15, Gradyville. of steps a few 637 900 Mrs C. M. Rnssell. Columbia horsa of extra breeding this is your op- - j days ago, breaking one of his arms, Will Ed Hunter, age 14, Gradyville. practicing deception. His opinions 633 425 Mrs. J. C. Browning, Milltown. . portunity Almarine Sharp, age 12, Gradyville. were not kept from the public, express A. S. Chewning, Local physicians reduced the fracture, .' 535 050 v Ethel Moore, Purdy ing them freely upon all subjects, poGarland Pickett, age 15, Pyrus. and is doing well. Columbia, Ky. 488 400 Julia Price, Bliss litical and otherwise. He was an arHoward Russell, age 15, Absher. 288 950 Alva Knight, Jamestown. . . .'. dent Democrat, and had been from Dock Burton, age 15, Absher. After this paper publishes an item of Clarence Jackman, who is employed : 285 025 Rosa Bell, Nell early manhood to old age. It will be a 14, Roy. Julian Stapp. age general interest, read by thousands of in this office, got his right hand con284 325 Bell Butler, Columbia county long time before Cumberland siderably mashed last week while adTennie Cundiff, age 14, Columbia. 260 250 people all over Kentucky, correspond. Lucile Winfrey, Columbia sees his like, and for many years his C. H. Rodgers. age 15, Pickett. to some of the Louisville papers, justing a press. No bones broken, and 222 450 ents . Ada Feese. Cane Valley... : memory will remain in the hearts of the he will be all right in a few days. Dewey Kemp, age 12, Pickett. 200 800 take it up and send it in as fresh news. Louise Grissom, Columbia people with whom he lived usefully, for Jenkins Pickett, age 12, Pickett. i .' 185 475 It is a common thing for us to notice 1 will grind corn at my mill every Fannie Sandusky, Glensfork'.. so many years. In his passing the Henry Wilson, age 13, Columbia. in as specials, that appear172 325 items, sent Nellie Waggener, Columbia Saturday I will also sell shingles, and Stewart Hutchison, age 15, Columbia. world has been made poorer. 169 700 ed in the News ten days before they Nora Bradshaw, Montpelier Peace to his memory, a Bascum Dohoney, age 15, Columbia have plenty now for the market, either 168 200 were wired to the daily papers. This . Luttie Barger, Joppa Kentucky gentleman. Frank .Hughes, age 10, Columbia. information is given for the benefit of oak or chestnut. 165 000 Ella Conover, Columbia Judge Allen was a member of the Shreves Davis, age 13, Columbia. metropolitan publications. T 145 950 E. A. McKinley . Lee Vista Royse, Columbia Presbyterian Church of Burkesville, Bryon Dudley, age 13, Glenville. 131100 Ina Hulse, Columbia and he served the people of Cumberland The handsome residence of Mr. Thorn Powell Marshal, age 14, Glenville. Mr C E. Rice bought of Mr. J. B. 130 925 Nancy Willis, Columbia county one or more terms as County as H. Thornton, occupied by him and Barbee, last Thursday, the Curd res- John D. Lowe Jr., age 13, Columbia. 134 300 Allie Garnett, Columbia : Judge. Mr. J. Pager Yates, Bradfordsville, idence and thirty acres of ground, for Johnson Price, age 13, Columbia. '" 130 300 Bettie Loy, Fairplay was destroyed by nre a iew days ago. 2.000. The property is one and a half Henry Garnett, age 10, Columbia. 125 500 ..." Commissioner's Sale. Hulda McFarland, Rowena The fire started from a defective flue, miles from Columbia, on the Edgar Sanders, age 12, Columbia le 122 450 7 Bennett Purdy Estelle and was first discovered while the ocTeddy Harper, age 11, Gradyville. pike. 121500 cupants of the building were ,. Mary Miller, Columbia ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT at supper. Asure Knifley, age 12, Knifley. 119 300 ."'.' 'Rosa May Conover, Montpelier KENTUCKY. The Book Social at the Graded school, The loss on the building, $5,000; on the Dan Wolford, age 15, Casey Creek. 112 900 Valeria Turner, Glenville F. R. Winfrey &c ( Vitus Monday, age 12, Knifley. furniture, $2,000; no insurance. Mr. last Saturday night, was well attended 107 900 :. . . vs Helen Upton, Glensfork Yates was painfully burned about the and several hours very happily spent. A Roy Walker, age 13, Casey Creek. H. C. Harmon &c ( 106 600 Mallie Moss, Columbia head and face while removing some of j number of books were contributed to Blair, age 13, Parson. Cleat By virture of Judgment and order 105 300 Zeila Fields, Breeding the library and seven or eight dollars age 13, Columbia. the furniture. Willie Wilson, 91 500 Mattie Gibson, Breeding, Gradyville. of sale of Adair circuit court, rendered in cash taken in. . Demmon Keltner. age 12. at the January term thereof, 1911, in the Notice. Lafe Bardon, age 10, Columbia. above cause for the sum ot $50.00 with Eggs for Sale. Hogard Campbell, age 14, SparkesNO. 6769. interest thereon, from the 22nd day of Married. ville. The new Cumberland Presbyterian June 1909 until paid, and for two notes R. H. Whitlock, age 14, Bliss. 1 have the pure barred Plymouth Church at Kelleyville, Adair county, in- of dates Jan. 24th for $5q each with A large number of friends gathered Ralph W. Willis, age 11, Joppa. Kentucky, will be ready for Presby- Rock. The strain from Pope & Pope, erest from 25th day of Jan. 1910, sub- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. OF THE CONDITION. OF Estal Blair, age 14, Parson. tery, which meets there on Saturday, Louisville. 60 cents for 15, delivered ct to a credit of six dollars, and for Garrison, last Sunday afternoon, to Everet T. Moore, age 12, Montpelier. April 1st at 11 o'clock a. m. at Columbia or Knifley. 0 with 6 per cent from Jan. 25th 1910 witness the marriage of their daughter, THE FieST NATIONAL BANK Bradford Parnell, age 14, Pyrus. W. H Johnson, Mrs. Ban Thomas. until paid, and $48 85 cents herein, I Virgie, to Mr. W. G. Mullinix. The Harry Allen, age 15, Columbia. W. R. Johnson. Absher. Ky. shall proceed to offer for sale at the ceremony was very impressively proCOLUMBIA, IN THE STATE OF Morrison Johnson, age 10, Columbia. C. Bault, J. Court House door in Columbia, Ky., to nounced by Rev. B. M. Currie, pastor KENTUCKY, AT TH.E CLOSE W. R. Nelson, age 12, Joppa. We understand that Mr. W. D. King Building Committee. the highest bidder at Public auction on of the Methodist Church, this place. Edgar Royse, age 14, Garlin. OF BUSINESS MCH. 7, 1911 who has been a traveling salesman for Monday the 3rd day of April 1911, at 1 After congratulations and best wishes Nathan Rice, age 12, Cane Valley. RESOURCES. here and o'clock p. m., or thereabout, being had been extended byNthe invited guests The meeting at the Christian Church many yars Geo. Page, ag.e 12, Cane Valley 70 268 90 throughout his section of the State, Ls Loans and discounts county count, upon a credit of six the couple left for theesidence of the is being largely attended. Good preach Overdrafts, secured and unsecur- The following prizes have been offered Every body now in the real estate business. months. 1 930 33 ing and inspiring singing. ed grooms father, their future home. The by Adair county people: 25 000 00 is cordially invited to attend the serviThe following described property couple received a number of handsome U. S. Bonds to secure circulation $25 1 the largest yield, 36 064 45 ces. Bonds, securities, etc Two tracts of lands situated in presents. Eld. Brandt is a most attractive Barred Plymouth Rock Fowls Ex15 2 the next largest yield Banking house, furniture, and county Ky., on the waters of pulpit orator, and he comes highly recEggs Eggs. clusively 10 Adair 3 000 00 3 largest ield at least expense fixtures Green River and bounded as follows ommended as a godly man, one who Mr.Perryman Responds. Due from National Banks (not 8 4 best adjoning the lands of William 233 00 has done great service f r his Master's reserved agents) 5 5 best 15 eggs $1.00, 10o eggs $5.00. I have Due from approved reserve Curry on the north and west, and adcause. 1911. March 11th, G best 5 28 294 67 agents a fine grade of fowl stock from the joining the lands of Willie Morris on To 85 40 the author of the Pennycuff article Checks and other cash item3.... 5 7 best noted breeders as Pope & Pope, Louisx Wanted. 930 00 Your lengthy communication Nutes of other National Banks 5 the South, and adjoining the lands of Sir. 8 best ville Ky Mrs. Ida H. Paxton, on the east, both tracts has been received and read with con- Fractional paper currency, nick5 John Foster 9 best Roilingburg, Ky. 374 35 els, and cents 48 acres. For the siderable interest and amusement, and 5 containing about 10 best money reserved in bank, A good active man to sell the Singer purchase price the purchasers with ap- m reply I will say that I have good Lawful 5 Fire brok out on the farms of J. 7 320 00 11 best Viz: Specie Sewing Machine and handle accounts in proved surety or securties, must ex- rontons to believe that Pennycuit is 000 notes 9 320 00 5 12 best T.Mercer and Virgil Montgomery.in the Adair county. I have a good proposibond bearing legal interest from S. country, last Sunday and 5 ecute not a candidate, and still better reasons Redemption fund with U. cir 13 best tion for the man who means business. Milltown Treasurer (5 per cent, of day of sale until paid, and having the to believe that he did not write the ar5 burned eight hundred of fence. 14 best 1 250 00 culation) G. R Holt, Manager, 12 force and effect of Judgment. Bidders ticle, so all I have to say you will 15 for 10 largest and best ears Campbellsville, Ky. will be prepared to comply promptly find recorded in the I6th chapter of 176 801 10 Total 5 Last Sunday it was warm enough for 16 10 next best with these terms. LIABILITIES. 5 Proverbs. 4th verse. men to sit about without coats. Mon17 10 best W. A. Cofey, M?ster Com. A. A. C. 25 000 00 . Dr. M. E. Jones, Veterinary Sur- day it took an overcoat to make a perCapital stock paid in Yours Truly, 8 IS for 5 largest and best cars 13 500 00 geon, who has been Surplus fund located here for son feel comfortable. G. L. Ferryman. 5 19 next best Undivided profits, leas expenses Approaching Marriage. several years, will remove to Camp5 1 683 40 20 best and taxes paid He will conDr. S. N. Hancock, Jeweler and Op25 000 00 bellsville in a few days. National Bank notes outitanding-DuSUNDAY. NEXT PREACHING This (Wednesday) morning, March to practice in Adair county, and tician, is now ready for business. See tinue to other National Banks $148 Dividends unpaid 15, 1911, Miss Maggie Walker, daughwill make frequent trips to Columbia. him at the drug store of Dr. J. N. Page. No one to receive more than one prize Individual deposits subject to W. H. C. Sandidge.'Greensburg. ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Walker, His reputation as a veterinarian is chec-111 617 70 Each boy is to bring in exihit of his F. J Barger, Smith's Chapel. Nell, this county, will be married in known in all the adjoining counties. All members of Columbia Lodge, No. corn to the corn show in Columbia at a Z. T. Williams, Pleasant Hill. $176 801 10 Total the presence of a large circle of friends, 230, are requested to be present at the date to be fixed later. Barred Plymouth Rock is the best all J. R. Crawford, Edmonton. to Mr. J. H. Mann, assistant cashier of State of Kkntockv, iss: purpose chicken that crows or cackles, regular meeting next Thursday night. G. W. Pangburn. Elroy. the Bank of Edmonton. Rev. C B. County op Adair Meeting at Christian Church. fine layers, healthy and vigorous while Work in several degrees. J F Black, Cane Valley. Blaize, of the Baptist Church, will offI. E. H. Hughes. Cashier of the 'above J. E. Murrell, N. G. J. F. Turner, Mt. Pleasant. named bank, do solemnly bwear that the above young hence easy to raise. No pen in iciate. statement is true to the best of my knowledge the state purer bred than mine and no J. Menzies, Mo3beys Ridge. The intended bride is a most excellent Eld John H. Brandt, of St. Louis, and belief. E. H. Hughes. Cashier better individuals, eggs for sale 17 for 5,000 votes in Piano contest for B. M. Currie, Columbia. law and young lady, and quite popular in the accompanied by his son-iSubscribed and sworn to before me this IQth $1 00. The Pope and Pope strain, E. Ennis, Pleasant Valley. T. each dollar spent in our novelty Jewelday of Mch. 1911. daughter, reached Columbia last Friday community where she was born and Plum Point. tf. A S. Chewning, Columbia, Ky. ry Department. W. S. Dudgeon, G. P. Smythe. N. P. A. afternoon. Friday evening Mr. Brandt reared. The intended groom is a Expires, Jan. 24, 1914. J. F. Roach, Good Hope. x of the church, gentleman of sterling character. Russell & Co. spoke to the members The basket ball game between the Correct Attest: L. F. Payne. Mt. Carmel. The couple will leave on a bridal tour making his plans known for the series Lindsey-Wilso- n Henry N. Miller. Director. club and a club from D. Howerton, Columbia. of services which are to continue two for Louisuille and other cities, and upBorn, to the wife of Dr. C. M. RusZ. T. Williams, Director. 'Ridge. Russell Springs Academy, was playthe W. B. Cave, Pleasant Sunday forenoon an immense on their return will reside at Edmonton. weeks. John D. Lowe. Director sell, March the 9th, 1911, a daughter. ed here last Saturday evening, a large audience heard him, and every night crowd out to witness the contest. The Married. The intelligence of the death of Mrs. Born, to the wife of Cosby McBeath this werk the church is expected to be Twenty-fou- r to eleven in favor Augusta Montgomery Conner has just On March J;he 6th, 1911, Mrs. Angie result: Lindsey-WilsoMonticello, March 7, 1911, a son. crowded. Mia- - Phelps, the beloved wife of Mr. Porter of the Mr. E. R. Willis, a prosperous young j reached this office. It occurred in The speaker is a most captivating .. " Phelps, of Esto, Russell county, sucfowmor orrt iriiija UUOIb lllULitOUUf pulpit orator, and his explanations of J.UL..IV.., Clin Alices Qncia Mrt..!on One SlaSipjJiaUUUl. UUCC YGC.i 3. A letter for publication was received For Sale. the teachings of the Scriptures are of Adair county's best young women, a daughter of the late John B. Mont- cumbed to the inevitable, and crossed Co- over the river of death. deceased last Friday signed ''Margrett," It went The brought out in a most forcible a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Morri- gomery and was partly reared in plain, basket. Persons sending in manner. The chorus service, led by son, were married by Rev. B. M. Cur- lumbia We knew her as a young girl was 52 years old, and leaves a husband, to the waste communications for publication must A good milch cow, fresh. Mr. Berg, is inspiring, many new and rie, at the home of the bride's parents, She was bright and popular with her daughter, two sisters and two brothers, sign their real names. We do not want J. F. Neat, Garlin, Ky. beautiful songs being rendered. The at 2 o'clock p. m., last Thursday. At- friends. She leaves a husband and two besides numerous other friends. J5he give names to the public, but we must Church members are at work and much tendants, Mr. W. R. Conover and Miss small children. Mrs. Conners mother is was a noble Christian woman, having to Preaching at the Christian church with them in the South. This announce- been a member of the Baptist church have them for protection. good is expected. Ida Epperson. Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. Subject, On account of the church being crowdQuite a number of friends witnessed ment will bring sorrow to many in this for many years. The funeral was Mr. To Russell has sold his stock of ' 'Heavenly Recognition. ' ' preached by Rev. J. R: Grider, after ladies ed the solemn and impressive ceremo-- 1 community. ed at each evening service, the groceries to Ballard & Miller, and the which the remains were laid to rest in new firm is now in charge at the same j are earnestly requested to leave their ny. Read the statement of the First Na- the Phelps grave yard. I at home. More Votes in Piano Contest. hats Immediately after the marriage the stand. They are good business men, tional Bank. It is a good one. couple left for'the home of thegroom's , and will doubtless receive their share of There are living in this county to- mother where an elegant repast was the grocery .trade. For Sale. We will give 50,000 votes with each day, all in fairly good health, whose served. For Rent. ages are as follows: Dr. Wm. Voils, Sewin Machine sold at "any price. We For Sale. Wash-iBgto- n A nice house and let for sale in Cane hawthemat 103; Mr. James Bryant, 92; Mr. i2.50. $16.00, $18.00, . . A twenty acre tract of land, very Holt, 93; Mr. N. B. Dohoney, Valley. Also a well equipped paying . I have an eight room dwelling on am K.W, the best sirable, in the Graded School $25-0$30.00 and 1 coming 3 year old horse mule about A good location for any Nancy Acre, 95; Mrs. Easter Barbershop . 92; Mrs. acre lot in Columbia for rent. Ernest Flowers, make Oil the market 14& hands high. out of town limits. LeviDuIin, Dohoney, 92. The ages of the seven one deBiring a home. T. G. Raa: f. l8-Bliss," Ky. RlSSClI & Co (Sane Valley, Ky. R. R: Conover. 3t. aggregate 572. s. Judge M. 0. Allen, who was one of THE PIANO CONTEST. Public Debate. Attention. the Candidates Stand at the Sixteenth Ro-min- e. w 14-1- -..- -. .- .- ...... high-tone- d 12-3- m Camp-bellsvil- ." REPORT 19-- well-know- n to-w- it: to-wi- t; 18-3- m Legal-tend- er par-nel- s 18-I- m . n J n. i I ct. -- 0. 4N persons 7-- 4t 2t .' ' -- - V v it f ft ' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS iPerryman Saturday night a"'l VlliiiiliilitiaiiilllillliiiiiiUIUl iUiUlWUlUUUUiUffllUlUUUg Sunday. r3 I Offer for the Next Twenty Honolulu, H. T., Feb. 20th The meeting at Oak Grove There were quite a number of :EEi Days or as Long as Editor News: church closed last Tuesday night. men. from this place attended Stock Lasts Honolulu may consistently be Our progressive farmers and court at Jamestown last week. called the '"Paradise of the Pagreatest tobacco growers in this' Master Kent Clayton is v'ery.rrS cific,' but if certain war departssction have finished burning and sick at this writing. ment measures are carried out Judge Carter stayed in our. s )wing a very large tobacco bed. isolated islands will this cluster of Mrs. Lillie Blair and little town last Sunday night. At the Following Prices soon be a more war like Eden daughter, PearL are taking music Mr. Earnest Hadley and mothMitchell 22 Gears Only $40 00 than the original one. by mail. er were in town Tuesday. lassons on the organ " Milburn 3 $42 50 Already there are the followG. T. Bryant and hands C. C. Smith was calling on Mr. Mr. " ". Milburn 31 $45 00 ing fortified places on the Island are building a barn for Mr. Sam our merchants last week. of Oahu, of which Honolulu is Woven Wire Fence Pierce. Mr. Frank Vigle of Jamestown is the principal city and capital Mr. William Dixon has purch- was in our midst last week. of the territory; Scofield Baracks ased a saw anpl grist mill and Miss Pearl Blankenship was in 3 the 5th, Cavalry entire and Batwill have them in operation soon. town shopping Wednesday. s Guaranteed the Best Wire and tery of the 1st Field artillery A construction of a. new church EE Mr. Will Faulkenberg a travelFort Shafter 1 Batallion of the 20 Better Galvanized than O. L. McClure, at Concord is the topic of the ing 5 ale sman put up at Thurston 30th, Infantry, Forts Ruger, De Sgt. Troop E. 5 Cavalry. any other Fence. day. house one night last week. Russy, Camp Very and Diamond Big Urn. Mrs. L. E. Polley has been Head, garrisoned by Marines, Mr. Clarence Taylor of Glens-for- k H confined to her. room for a few Engineers, Signal corps and coast spent Wednesday night with 26 in 7 Bars Regular Standard Farm Fence ISic The Rod rr The farmers are making good days this week with a severe Artillery. In addition the enhis cousin Clyde Buster at this 32 " 8 22c headway with their farm work. cold. 2nd Infantry and two more tire place. 39 " 9 25 Batteries of Field artillery will Some are done breaking corn Mrs. L. E. Bryant is also on " 10 " " " " " 28J 48 Mrs. Alma Potts and her two soon arrive in Scofield Barracks, ground. The wheat crop looks the sick list. Barbed Wire Small 80 rod Spools $1 TO Spool sr sons, Paul and Tom, were in thus making the Hawaiian well, and bids fair for a good " $2 50 " Large 80 " The relatives and friends of last week. Islands a formidable stumbling yield at the next harvest. Mrs. Nancy Hughes will be glad Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Irvin spert We are offering $5 000 00 worth of new Up The warm days have caused to block in the event of an Oriental learn she is convalescent. last Sunday at the home of Dr. J a todate Clothing at 25rc Off Lowest Cash invasion. the frogs to sing their joyful a Messrs. Carlie and Dudley E Busters. When itf is remembered that lays, and the moan of the turtle Prices. iSo fixed up prices and no dark Hays will start in a few days for Oahu contains only 600 square dove is heard in the land, and all EE Closet Sale. Cane Valley. the state of Illinois. They are miles and that the population is nature will soon be revived from good boys' and we regret to give We offer $4 000 00 Worth of New Clean Shoes at E: something under 200,000 it may its wintry sleep. News scarce, every body busy. 3 20 per cent off Lowest Cash Prices them up. j be clearly seen that not only'are Mr. D. Wheat was visiting at Nightriders, our locality, causes We have a few Thousand Pounds of the BEST E the Islands well protected by a Ja3Der Cundiffs last Saturday We were sorry to receive the considerable uneasness with H intelligence of Miss Ethel sad PATENT FLOUR any Mill Ever Made that we strong fighting force, but in ad- and Sunday. tobacco weraf a number of our Moore's serious illness, hope she will sell at 70c, 24 lb bag, or $5 50 the Barrel S dition are well garrisoned for Miss Lizzie Jane Turner visited may recover. The writer was a best farmers 'of this locality,, have S; E HoglessLard 50 lbs $5 00 use in case the Panama Canal or her grandmother, Tuesday. pupil in the first school she been notified not to raise any toE Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs $6 25 Pacific coast are menaced by any bacco this year. Hammonds & Tabor, of Fair-pla- taught. sji pugnacious foreign force. We are offering Dry Goods at Remarkably were in this section buying The winter school taught by Geo. Staples Columbia Grocery Scofield Barracks, is situated s Low Prices. cattle, and paying very good Mr. James Hays at Concord has drummer called on our merchants in the healthiest part of the prices Z for them. We will Discount the lowest Cash Prices 10 per cent 5 closed. Mr. Hays was a student last week. Island and, from a Calvary :HS Miss Verna Coffey visited Mrs. of Berea College last year and on the following lines. F. P. Rice and wife of j is the ideal spot for drills Manure Spreaders, Mowing Machines, Cultivators, Walking 5 Z Turner, at Big Elm, Monday. visited relations and he gave good satisfaction in his and manouveres on account of and Riding Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Plows, Disc Harrows, 5 2: friends-iMr. Plasant Morgan sold his school. this place. the miles and miles of terrace. Clod Crushers and Pulverizers, Buggies and Surreys. J33 g" v Rev. Howerton filled the Baponly higher parts of the farm in this section, this week, The Ella. tist pulpit at this place Saturday Woodson Lewis, Ky. Island are occupied by mountain for SI, 000. Coffey visited Miss Sallie Mrs. Margret Williams is con- - and bunday. ranges which form a barrier to Correspondence Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. S The little daughter of Mrs. ZS the winds from the ocean behind Misses Valera and Eveler Tur- fined to her room with lagrippe. them and form a perfect water ner, last Tuesday. Mr. J. B. Piles sold a span of and Mr. J. I. Stansburry was Mr. John Pierce died near Esto mules to Mr. Frank Miller for Quite sick a few days of last shed for the water supply reserweek. voir at their base. last Tuesday, and was buried at $305. get rich enough to hire one for Greenwood Philosopher. The other Forts are nearer Liberty, Wednesday evening. Miss Etwal Williams is on thei J'. B. Beard, formerly of near themselves. c Honolulu and possess good Mr. J. L. Turner, of Inroad, sick list. here and who went to Texas a Never trust a man who deDaughter never gets over wonDiamond Head, Ky., was here Tuesday and Wedfeatures, Miss Florence White, Mr. few weeks ago together with his ceives himself. dering what sort of argument in particular, is a second Gi nesday to see his father-in-laFrank Robison and sister, and family have returned t o the Hustle is the yeast that causes father must have put up to inbraltar, its defences and living Mr. Thomas Coffey, who is sick. Mr. Joe Abrell were visiting the "Old Kentucky Home." duce mother to say yes. a man to rise in the world. quarters faithfully copying, and, Mr. Lee. Calhoun, the fur bny-e- family of J. B. Abrell last SatA man never really enjoys All True. improving on, those of its masof this section, is doing a urday night and Sunday, Ram's Horn Blown. good health who has never been sive predecessor. Fort Shafter good business in that line, from Lizzie Abrell visited Miss Etsick. Father Time is the man of the zs laid out in a pretty the way he is hustling' over the wal Williams last Sunday. The religion that does no good Love is frequently the result hour. pass and forms one of the country in every direction. Mr. L. H. Bricken gave the is no good. of two souls with but a single It's plain that no woman ever show features of the Capital Hammonds & Tabor bought 4 young folks a party last Saturday thinks she is. God can use a mighty poor hammock. city. On Oahu, the main sources red steers of L. V. Turner, at a night, large crowd and all reportThe chantecler is the name of A blind actor should be able to stick when he has to. of wealth, outside of mercantile fair price. ed a fine time. pursuits in Honolulu, lay in the Sounds like a act with feeling. Great ideas are best expressed a new drink. Mr. R. L. Neat is on sick list Prof. Thomas Coffey is on the cocktail. cultivation of sugar cane, pine in simple language. He is a strong man man who sick list, with something like the at this writing. apple and rice, of course, pine The man who marries a widow can overcome his smallest weakIf our enemies are God's enMrs. Sarah Abrell and Mrs. grippe. apples and sugar form the prinmust expect her to be onto all ness. Ella emies we are not in a losing We have four new telephone Mary Goodin and Mrs. cipal exports, for the rice (and the old excuses. Wise is the man who knows Currie, and Lizzie Abrell visited fight. tars, which is made into a na- lines in this section, all put up in When an old maid says she is what to say and then doesn't The peace that is unspeakable Mrs. Sophia Smiley last Friday. tive dish "poe" ) is for home the last four months a distance single from choice, the natural say it. of about 22 miles, with 4o boxes There have been several of this is always speaking for itself. N consumption. The average married man A baby with whiskers is a inquiry is, "Whose choice?' Wailua, about five miles from connocted by 3 or 4 call bells. place go to Ind. We wish them mighty hard thing to take care Some men are almost as punc- wastes a lot of sympathy on his Scofield Barracks, has a very We congratulate ourselves in good luck. tilious about dressing for dinner wife's husband. Born to the wife of Mr. J. B. of. well liked Summer resort; being erecting these lines m winter About falling in love, the worst The life of the good man is a as though they might be a salad. near the sea. shorts rank equally over some very, rough country, Piles a girl. feature is that so many people Born to the wife of Mr. Montic message God gives to the world. to those in the States, games of and in bringing about more soSunflower Philosophy. fall out again. A blessing for which we are all kinds, especially Polo, this ciability among the people. Tarter a son. Music hath charms but much We wander back to the days causes the place to be heavily Miss Emma Hardwick and Ida not grateful is more than half No woman thinks she has of the charm is due to the music's patrongized. Honolulu city, of Adam and Eve, and think Grant visited Lizzie Abrell Sat- lost. clothes enough.. being at a distance. takes good care of its tourist. they did not have such commu- urday. It is about as natural for men A woman always accounts for Don't be satisfied with walking There are its modern hotels nication in those days, or Adam Mr. G. B. Milliam and family to go down stream as it is for her enemies by saying they're around on your uppers while cottages, and transportation would have been informed of the visited Mr. L. H. Bricken last water to do it. jealous. waiting for a dead man's shoes. facilities. The interesting places appearance of his Maker walking Sunday. Unless we take God for our Somehow we always envy the to see are: the aquarium, the in the garden in the cool of the When a man takes unto himMr. Montie Tarter is on the beginning we are going to come man who looks comfortable in a self a wife he is apt to exchange National museum, WaikikiBeach, day, and would have been ready to out wrong. sick list. flannel shirt s, with its native a lot of little troubles for a big the have met the Lord, and not hid No man can try very hard to himself from His presence. Poli, (scene of a famous battle) It happens occasionally that a one. make the world brighter without Creelsboro. and the numberous parks. Yet man has so much iniative that After a woman makes up her making himself better. Kills A Murderer. the boss fires him. the territory is not disturded mind to have her own way she Miss Jessie Buster and little The trouble with some folks is wholly by thoughts of war or A merciless murderer is appendicitis person who gets angry if some man doesn't sister Betsey and two littlebroth-ers- , that they can't see anything but It is an unusual with many victims, but Dr. King's business. can look after a side issue with- get busy and restrain her. Fred and Carson spent rheumatism in the rainbow. New Life Pills kill it by prevention. Honolulu has a "Great gay out taking time from his main Some men are born rich, some Too many of us are not lifting way" considering population and They gently stimulate stomach, liver last Sunday with their grandfathbusiness. acquire riches and some get into and bowels, preventing C. C. Buster. t a finger today because we expect size, is worthy of mention, the that invites appendicitis, that cloggsng er Mr. curing ConNost men have a great con- politics and thrust riches upon theathers are well pataonized. stipation, Headache, Biliousness Chills, Miss Emma and Bessie Black to move a mountain to morrow. tempt for the valet until they themselves. Sporting events are attended by 25c at Paull Drug Co. were the guests of Miss Emma Indianapolis News. Scofield Baracks. enthusiastic patrons, Madame Cake sang late to standing room only, and last but not least, the annual Floral Parade on Feb. 22nd, is a feature which calls forth talent from all of the Islands and causes the partici- pants much joy, and the by- standers much 'merriment and pleasure. The carnival, of which the Floral Parade is a part, last four days and is one continual round of pleasure. In fact the cross roads of the Pacific is a mighty lively, mighty pleasant and altogether interesting and likeable portion of the Yours truly, Pacific regions, Craycraft. I t ( ,3 I One Car Load Of Wagons , 3 Ten Thousand Rods Note Prices p 3 -- g 1 3 j r y, 3 point-of-vie- w Camp-bellsvil- le n - I Greensburg, I stra-tageti- w, r, semi-tropic- al ! . surf-rider- rl !.-- - . J &'4SL THE AD.4IR COUNTY NEW3 THE 0FP3 K -- Wm MB. t hferl ItfyMz LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR BRIGHTER, ,ia 3Sdi y mm ?m vr, mm e2 m&l3 SE1WS& m Jl Sfe P P8,T P- JWlWmi. llSKllflllill s;tM AMfrAfej Atfta JLi J' I KM 7T3 1 iSiiJ PJrJM Lj Our Fifth Annual Catalo il rf)t s &$ L2i Bk2H3 l)UIII)t)tfl 1 llDdlllly B313 This book will prove a valuable guide to the home furnisher, as the faithful illustrations of Is ready for distribution. Rugs, Carpets and. Linoleums make it Possibe to 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 f3S 1911 BETTER, '&S lis BIGGER THAN EVER TI!EREGULAR PRICE OF ' il 2MJ PW7 m tS&i Kg tiffi n mifr CT Hubbuch Bros. & Weliendorff, KentucRy. Incorporated 522 and 525 West Market St. THE LOUISVILLE TiME ESI: Louisville, mm IS If $5.00 t A YE YOUR ORDER III U 4 .!$ PXP)yypyyi Si t& YOU WILL SEND TO US, YOU CAN GET I tpm gag KS1 rxr rkANK Marble Cemetery work of all kind.... riipraPAM as JVSav xrzi e Hip-Grad- 3 THE ADAIR COU NEWS AND SS v"$ 55S& Granite See you US tt mi gig Sell m W SH P before buy mm w$ B Represented by C. G. Jeffries in this and adjoining counties THE LOUISVILEE v m. r. &$ 11 Msj r Main Street, j. xX wawxafi X" Lebanon, Ky- SXSXSXSXfc 4!i v" TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR f SB VJxA &2ilizA FOR ONLY - $4.50. in S1 rmVll"ZZ pV wjy- Only two More Weeks in Which The Adair County News and Both One Year fox $1.50. Courier-Journ- al THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. Has the best corps of corres pondents. Covers the Kentucky field per- to Make the Fiit IIS 111 DR. M. E. JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist, Columbia, Kentucky. Pointed Paragraphs. illi 1WUE? fectly. Covers the general news field completely. 3& &2 ibd$ Tlie Piano is Worth "Working For, Butt Yota Must Keep I3tisy to Winit Vole at the News Office and sell Co's Store. ' Has the best and fullest kets reports. i marQ&ra LSSbilL DEMOCRATIC in politics, but KftS4 B' iRus- - fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP- ! ffvAl TION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPER M-- not to The! ! Hg; Green County Must Pay. fSLvSv--JkJJuC i amiSS m ii7Mi tissHsa JSSi v.i;?' ll.-l- xirJS ?5rr S 2ivtfVlP?TiF(SJaag Jv3Wft3J i 4iaKf 3: vjitSv iwA "jJ.'W. Cj I gg mm si Si Pi Beauty unadorned is barely tolerated. Frowns are free, but a smile costs 15 cents. Some men are born great then they begin to shrink. Not all gushing letters are written with fountain pens. Special attention Diseases of the Eye. Poll Evil. Fistula, and all Words are the making of wise other Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes. Ha3 lartre barn near. M. Antle's shop on men and the unmaking of fools. 3 Bomar Heights. Office in barn. &?. It isn't the depth of love that counts so much as the length. Program. Some people seem to think Of Fifth Sunday meeting of that he who laughs loudest, Second North Concord associotion laughs best. to be held with Free Union Poets are born probably for church on Saturday and Sunday the benefit of waste basket man29 and 30 of April, 1911. ufacturers. glven-toIDentlstr- 1. Devotional exercises, 10 a. Louisville Times. exceptionally srtong-minde- d man to keep his fool streak under cover for thirty days. It takes an I ! Constipation Curs : Fi i With the first signs of you resort to the home methods of relief, such as hot or cold water on breakfast, etc., but what do you do these fail? The majority then start on salts ?ind I I 9' purgative waters, then chanpe to cathartic pills, etc. If you have gone through these various stages you know they were all useless, so far as permanent results go. Now you should try just once again but try something practical and sensible, a remedy made and intended for the purpose you are trying to accomplish. Such a remedy, as thousands can testify. Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which is guaranteed to be permanent In its results. Its Ingredients are such that by a brief use of it the stomach and bowel muscles are trained to again do their work normally, so that in the end you can do away with medicines of all kinds. Mr. That it will do this gladlyG. Y. Dodson of attest, and so Sanvllle. Va.. will will Mrs. S. A. Hampton of Portage, O. To those who are still skeptical there Is a. way to prove these assertions with-oupenny of expense: Simply send your and naire and address to Dr. Caldwell using it, free sample bottle. After then convinced if you areneed, buy a fiftyIt is the remcent or one edy you dollar botUe of your druggist and conuse It for a brief time until tinue to cured. The directions are simple and the dose is smalL It Is pleasant tc the taste, does not gripe and Is promptly effective, and these statements are guaranteed or money will be .refunded. This remedy Is over a quarter of a century old and is personally taken by more druggists than any other similar remedy on the American market Because of its effectiveness, purity and pleasant the taste It iswomenIdeal laxative remedy for and old folks generally. children, Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased you any medical advice you may to give family pertaining to desire for yourself oror bowels absolutely the stomach, liver in a free of charge. Explaintoyour casedetail. you in he letter andfrpe will replysimply send your sample "For the a postal card or name and address onrequest the doctor's otherwise. For either Caldwell, R.500 Caldaddress is Dr. W. B. well building, Montlcello, 111. ta ob-tai- 'a the first time she takes her baby money due is another matter. Be-- 1 there association and its cause of the possible necessity of the world, save a succession of needs, J. S. Wade and Aaron to church! A clash between Green county collecting the tax, the county, has crop failures and that is almost Wilson. A woman,s inability to hold her and the United States govern- - not had a sheriff for years, no an absolute impossibility why 3. Denominational literature, tongue may be due to her natural brought to a climax in one being willing to hold office. raent was the highest degree of success M. T. Grime and J. M. Williams. weakness. the Federal court when attorneys To a woman a man's life is a Judge Evans said that he be- should not attend the venture. 4. The Bible plan of forgiving representing the holders of bonds lieved there had been a manifest one another, C. L. Bradley and good deal like an open book she which the Supreme Court has evasion of the spirit of the court's for can see only two pages. The Court of Appeals holds W. F. J. Wilson. ' held Green county liable, asked order, but that he was unwilling that if the heirs under a will ac-t- o SUNDAY MORNING 10 O'LOCK. A funny story gets more at' that rules for contempt be issued punish anybody for contempt cept the terms of the will and 1. Bible sanctification and mod- tention than sensible talk. against the County Judge and until all doubt of purpose receive an Inheritance, they are ern sanctification compared, J.O. is uncertain until Even y members of the Fiscal court of was removed The result of thk'barred ad;antage that Sutherland and C. L. Bradley. it becomes yesterday. from any Green county. Unusual interest' order is that the connty authori ocp.nr in p.asfi the nr.hpr mierifc 2. flow to secure better discipties of Green countv carinot lew ' attached to the proceedings If a girl isn't a good looker she ,. ., . ., .. , heirs overthrow the will. It seems- line in our churches, J. R. Gri- - might consult an oculist. cause ii is tne mm unit: it uas any purpose unless they pay this sound sense, otherwise all the der and E. G. Wilson. been invoked in Kentucky for bill for the bonds. The order was You may have noticed how heirs, except one could take what 3. How to develop a greater fifty years, if ever, while it brings drawn and signed. hard it is to find people who you the will allowed them, while that interest in Sunday school work, to a test the power of the United The Right Move. owe money. States government to enforce one could sue to break the will M. T. Grime, J. O. Sutherland Putting up a bluff is something the power of the United States and if he won all could profit alike and J. S. Wade. A move m the right direction against a county. ' like making a mountain out of a W. F. Wilson, I r.omm:ttGP has been made at Hickman, this ine Lourtot Appeals nas a way Those against whom the rule molehill. of getting down to common sense E. J. Walters ) was asked are Elliott Graham, state, where a truck, growing When a woman has to pay for and equity in the decisions it A Pierce Night Alarm the County Judge, and Magis- syndicate has acquired 1,000 her experience she wants it at trates G. P. Durret, R. T. Close acres, which it will cut up into'hands down from the bench.' is the hoarse, startling cough of a child. suddenly attacked by croup. Often it bargain rates. small parcels and let out to those E. E. Coffey and J. J. Russell. aroused Lewis Chamblin, of ManchesSenator Bradley says his con- ter, 0.,R. R. No'2 for their four The situation grows out of who will grow garden truck on Attadks School Principal. bonds issued by Green county to the shares. Not more than five stituents in Kentucky have mud- children were greatly subject to croup, A severe attack on school principal, aid the construction of the old acres will be permitted in any dled him up about the Canadian "Sometimes in severe attacks," he Chas. B Allen, of Sylvan i a, Ga., is Cumberland road, now a part one tracts and on each of these reciprocity treaty and he does wrote "we were afraid they would thus told by him. "For more than die, but since we proved what a certain three years," he writes, "I suffered inof the L. & N. The case has "patches" the syndicate will not know how he will vote on remedy Dr. Kings New Discovery is, describable torture from rheumatism, been in the courts for years, and erect a neat frame dwelliner. liver and stomach trouble and diseased The demand from nearby cities tiat question. The Senator usual- - we have no fear. We rely on it for kidneys. All remedies failed till I used has twice been to the Supreme and for coughs, colds for vegetables and small fruits Jyis not undecided about any croup or lung trouble." So do or any Electric Bitters, but four bottles of thousthroat Court, which has decided finally remedy cured will be met by the plans of these thine and ifc is likely that he know ands of others. So may you. Asthma, this wonderful results are me completely." Such common. that Green county is liable for promoters who are confident, now ho wne will vote on the treaty Thousands bless them for curing stomHay Fever, La Grippe, Whooping the bonds. ach trouble, female complaints, kidney their investment will prove a is not willing to take to-dabe-when m. appears to be no reason in 2. Our How important a woman feels . ! J ! ; I -- ; , re-b- ut the But while Green county is munerative one. Intensive farm- - j public into his confidence at the held liable, the collection of the jing will be insisted upon and. present writing. Cough, Hemorrhages fly before it. 50c disorders, biliausness, and for new and ?L Trial bottle free. Sold by the health and vigor. Try them. Only 50c Paull Drug Co. at Faull Drug Co. g..- - fy,.,, 3 ,i . - -- , .- - s... TBEALAIR COUMTY NEWS THE ( ADAIR COUNTY What will it ' because HEWS the Democratic party. profit man to get a nomination and i therewas no platform at j Published Every Wednesday - - BYiTHE Lw.LMimB.i,.nM mai. uu cicvuwi; imij onuuiu place a personal friend in a losing posi- Taylor County Enquirer: If tion? We may be wrong in our judg- Adair County News Company. ment but there is a superabundance of the Democrats of Kentucky don't evidence to warrant the statement ( Incorporated.) party success is jeopardized, if not deJ want to go tojolls in November . stroyed, bv the majority part of the doomed to defeat, they should at EDITOR. Executive Committee CHAS. S. HARRIS once set about providing a , history to repeat itself?. uuc all. Is Democrat take desperate chances to It looks mighty like it. any , Ol m Q"Q84"fr &Q&Q&&& 8"Q"0fr4MQ"a8"QMfr4 g 1 I JU 6 DemocratJc newspaper devoted to tlie Interest of the City of Columbia and the people t Adair and adjacent counties. Entered av the Columbia ond class mail matter. Post-office The Executive Committee. form." There are still some one who will vote "the ticket" what measures the party stands. 8 what reforms it proposes to put through. If the Democratic . its real desires when it calls for al . . t: xn r .1 ccange or policy trom the governing LU UUL UUL , tlllS JilAeUUUVC VUIII- Committee is actuated by the committee of the party, but in so do mittee. Such action would be a ing, it feels that it is clearly within the g00(J move m t,e interest of the party s niieiest, uiey win etui a, platform convention before the limits of duty, and that necessity de mands it, therefore, we again renew Party. time set for the primary. Let our plea for a platform convention In OwensboroIMessenger: There uo nupe another column will be found express-- ' iui Liie yany o wcuaic ions from Democratic papers showing seems to be a determined effort that this will be done. T how wide spread is the demand that our all Over Kentucky to have a , take a position on the questions 01 "me meeting" of The Democrats of Henry coun-- jji that confront the people of this state. ventl0n ty met at New Castle and passed There was a time when the picture of Democrats for the purpose of the cock directed nearly every Dem-- adopting a platform for the nomi the following resolutions: ocratic voter, and the log cabin bound "Whereas, The State Demoto Republican nominees the full nees of the Primary of July 1. 8 strength of that party, but those days By all means letUS have a plat-hav-e cratic Committee has ordered a passed, in a large measure, and j primary election to be held July m the intelligent voter demands some 1, 1911, to select candidates for thing more than party emblems. In Shepherdsville News: We can the various State officers; and . '., . win, and win in a walk, but it the Democratic party, in the interest "Whereas, There has been no ' of progressive government, we fail to will require intelligent work to see why any party should be denied the do jt - So iet the powers that be platform of principles declared meet in i,uim.uvc v,cisawiirjr liut iajown advancement and the public call a convention of representa by the State Democracy in re- for its cent years; therefore be it good. Such a course is repulsive to tive Democrats and promulgate "Resolved, That we, the Demo- -' dependence, foreign to the true spirit representative platform, put our of Democracy, cowardly in its inception crats of Henry county, ask the and destructive in its final conclusions. candidates on it and flail the State Democratic Committee tol It can not work to the good of any stuffing out of the enemy. individual who may be on our ticket, call mass meetings in the various Hartford Herald: By all counties to select delegates to and is bound to place us all in a defen sive position. If Democracy is any means there should be a State act with the committee and the about in years past by the headthing it is progressive and aggressive, and not a set of pie hunters and retreat-er- Democratic Convention or some candidates for the various offices' strong and obstinate course purIf it is to be the ruling party in sort of gathering to formulate a at a meeting before the primary, sued by the State committees of this state it must come from under the upon which candidates to adopt a platform and publish mask of disguise, , step out into the platform both the Democratic and Repub- Political platforms to the State principles that will open and stand and fight for the best may run. lican parties in their eager desire interests of the people. A coward or are sometimes considered unimj? ' j ii ue 1U lulce m 11 incompetent may deserve sympathy, but uie to advance the interests of one never merit or win victory. Throughout portant, but they at least serve lis successful at the polls." set of candidates over that of an the state, and particularly in certain to enunciate current party prinsections, discontent is broadcast. This Enquirer, Campbellsville: It .other. The result has been that ciples. fact is bound to be clear to every com seems that our neighbor, James, honest, men who mitteeman. and its effects should not The shortiGarnett, has his race for the love liberty and good govern-- 1 be underestimated. How to bring good politicians controlling our out of bad conditions; how to get sighted Democratic nomination for At- - ment more than they do wily and State Executive unison where discord prevails; how to Democratic torney General won, hands down. oily tongued politicians seeking Eecure victory in the face of defeat, Committee think they can go now confronts our party. To" seek to He is too well known in this sec- -' positions of honor and trust, not suf- along without a party declaraconceal the real situation will tion of the state as a good law- - have become disgusted and now fice, to expect) similar conditions with tion of principles and make the yer, loyal Democrat and popular vote for principles and not for the Republicans to prevail, will not people think they are for what- ' extricate, and to hope is mere folly. and affable gentleman for the men. This large and constantly Something must be done if we win ever the people want, that they It is not so much a question who wins can be all things unto all men. editor of this paper to enter up- increasing vote holds the bal- e in the primary, who compose our tickof Pwer in the State, on any sketch of the man' et, as it is, For what does the Dem- In vain is the net spread in' the ficeit;to say that his name on Neither party can win without ocratic party stand? We can not take siffht of anv bird ' the ticket will add as much their aid. Not to recognize their a position, as a party, unless it is done Lawrenceburg News: We wejght as any one who could pos- - strength and influence is both col ective capacity. We have no in a recognized Czar, no. boss or bosses. have always been a democrat siWy be chosen for nominee for foolish and puerile. Without At this particular time, however, it Exec- and worked and voted for Coming, as platform and without any decla- seems that we merely have an Attorney General. e utive committee, the majority of which nominee, even if he is our Garnett does, right next door; ration of 'principles, can the seem joined to methods contrary to the litical or personal enemy. -nominees of the Democratic par. neighbor to Ben Johnson's crying necessities of our conditions and party expediency. Appeal after ap- are now much interested in the and home county, if there ty appeal to this independent peal has been made for a platform Democratic party in the State of ' convention and still we drift Kentucky. But we must admit is any disaffection among any of vote and stand any chance of Gentlemen of the committee, you can Johnson's old supporters, who securing their support? Other do much to clear the sky and aid your that we are becoming tired of .. , . . .. feel that Johnson has not had a questions of a serious nature are . party in removing me oouuie m ume way the interests of the par. sauare deal, then Jim Garnett's now engaging the minds of our can obstruct its best interests, you ty are being handled by some of bemg on the ticket wU1 do mqre people Many laws affecting can help bring peace and good will or the Democrats. to allay guch a jisaffectionf if it their lives, liberty and property you can eventually, force political re The solution is largely up to volt. Marion Falcon: The Demo-- : does exist, than any other possi-- j need changing. Measures look- you and, as we see it, yoirmust call a ing to the development of the . cratic State Committee in session ble selection. platform convention or take the responsibility of the heavest defeat our party in Louisville Friday changed the banon Enterprise: Friday, State's resources should be has ever had. No longer can we hope date of the primary for selecting matter d'efinite. framed. The taxing laws under tfl n"f nnv man. no TTTin nn fVio rann-rJu- longer profitby an appeal to passion and nominees for State officers to allow- which we live should be remodelly and all hope of prejudice. By meeting in convention y 1 The plan to change the ing the Democrats of the State ed. A system of internal ima position that will dis- we can take to a convention was; an opportunity to make a plat- provements is badlv needed. Our prove or justify the accusation of Hon primary It ought to be doge. abandoned, as was a motion to form 'and frame a declaration of school system is not what it Ben Johnson. We can place ourselves before the peo- call a convention to adopt a parprinciples has vanished. The should be. Our penal and chariple on the great questions that affect Without a plat- committee, however, changed table institutions need legislatheir interests and forthe welfare of our ty platform. State and institutions, this should be form and with dissention within the date of the primary election tion. The management of our done. There is not a single jeason the party ranks, Democracy tru from May 27 to July 1. To hon- penitentiaries should be vested offered why we should not meet in con . vention to formulate a platform. Demo ly is in a pitiful plight. est Democrats, and to those who in a Board of Control, crats, everywhere accept your plan of in nature, and unbiased by Murray Gazette: Here we have grown old in party service, nominating candidates but they want a These platform and if denied this right many have a lot of gentlemen .running the persistent determination of political considerations. will nofc enter the fight as in of them are the present living, important days gone by . In short, it is suicidal for State offices as Democrats the governing authorities to not to keep within the meets and bounds of and no provision for a allow the members of the party questions now engaging the of your present policy and it is to be platform is to be made. It an opportunity to assemble in minds of the people, and candihoped that you will recognize the justdates seeking their suffrage must ness, as well as the necessity, of the would be a nice thing, now, convention and proclaim to the express their position as to the thousands of true and loyal Democrats wouldn't it, to have a lot of nomiworld the principles for which who ask for a privilege consistent with principles they stand, is both strange and best manner of dealing with these well and rightfully organized bodies. nees on a platform of all propositions. There must cerIt is to be regretted ia you fail to do so. in which they did not believe and incomp.ehensible. In Kentucky tainly exist a strange condition could not indorse. Watt Hardin a large independent vote now The News calls attention to the dan- went down with a platform pulof affairs when the governing exists which professes no allegi-ancet- o gers that confront party success next November, It has no private interests ling one way and Watt pulling either party. This con- authorities of a great party in to serve, no personal or political friend Hager was defeated dition of affairs has been brought one of the States of the Union, sto gain an undue advantage. It is for another. I -- In refusing to call a Conven- as tion to adopt a platform, the Ex ecutive Committe is being seWED. MAEOH. 15, 1911, verely censured. Read the following expressions: It is not the purpose of the News to Georgetown Times : If it were try to be conspicious in the counsel of the Democratic party; it is outside of possible it would be a good thing secj . I ply because it is labeled "Demo and stands under the cratic Rooster, but there are others who will not follow blindly but demand to know beforehand for I i 8 n. I ! i j I I j $ r ; t , ; con-par- ty Have you seen our New Spring Stock of Buggies and Driving Wagons? Come in and look them over before you buy, perhaps we can save you some money. was 8 8 ! 1 I iieed Hardware k Columbia,Ky. j j I ! I ( : in-- 1 6 j 4 9"fr"Q"O"Q"Q"0"QQ"Q'S I $$&$S"fr 4 & s. I Drugs at Cut Prices Peroxide of Hydrogen, pound bottle 25 c; I bottle 10'c Quinine Capsules, filled, 3 or five grain 10c dozen. " " Asparin or Tablets five grain 10c Mercks Phosphate Soda, 1 pound tin box per lb. 15c Four Extra Specials For Two Weeks Only 6 Bars Palmoline Soap regular price 10c bar ; , ! i self-respecti- ng , Danville-Advocate- : ljar " "" Cream BOTH ARTICLES FOR 50c. " 50c jar j I , Violo Shin Soap j ; regular per bar 25c Cream regular per jar 50 c Velota Face Powder regula per box 2cc " . ALL THREE FOR 50c. Rexal Remidies, A. D. S. Remidies and Wyal Remidies always in stock at lowest cut prices. Suf-;anc- ! City Hall Pharmacy, B. F. Sauter, Owner. M LOUISVILLE, KY. v -- k v M S' wyiy yy w y .s t s s viz m mx in IN TS. I 'IN. ! po-W- LOUSSVILLE SHOPPERS i dis-tri- ct Find it profitable to do their shopping at our store. We know t you will also find it profitable if you do your shopping at our ( 7K store, in person or by mail - 7K vjl 25c FOULARD j I5c MEN'S Mercerized IK IN Foulards, handsome styles, 25c quality at $17. SUITS $11.95 j so-call- ed , i . These are exceptionally l handsome suits at the price. In" 15c js They are mad from pure IN t PERCALE 7v wool fabrics and well tailored. WRAPPERS M iX !)5c We show this line in black ik: Ladies Percale IN and colors, in French Serge, K Wrappers cut full, neatly Storm Serge, English WorstIN iiIN made: special eds, Fancy Mixtures, etc. 95c l Many Suits elsewhere at $17. IN LADIES SILK are no better. As a special HOSE 35 l 7iN Ladies' Pure bargain we offer them at VJ 7K IN IN Men's Pure Silk IN Socks, black M and colors; 39c IN NJ quality 25c. 7K NJ ouoao SILK- - v oc PURE WOOL SERGE 49c IN Nil Pure Wool French Serge, black and col- W 7K vir vj IN 7K Nt IN ors; a great value at 49c 50 TABLE DA- M" IN MASK 39 M Bleached Table XLIN. Silk Hose, with lisle top 50c $11.95. a quality worth 50c; as a Damask, IN. Xt IN IN quality 35c great special at 39c. 1! IN I GATHQFS, - Louisville, Kentucky. Eighth and Market as IN Xt IN non-partis- an )K)K)K5K)K5K5K are so engrossed and are more interested in deciding how to select their nominees than it'fram-in- g a declaration of principles in which these nominees shall profess allegiance. If platforms and declarations of party" principles are to be sacrificed for individual and personal favorites to fill public offices, then the Democratic party is straying into un discovered lands 3K a9K vl andfolIowing-wreckless and dangerous leaders. If disaster overtakes the party at the coming November election, the blame will rest solely on the heads of the Democratic State Executive Committee. We wish to sound a jiote of warning. Time will prove whether or not we possess the power 2 of a prophet. - 1 .is .t, 1 f V V s.. f r. -- ,fe j-:- - '" THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS lyrir-trt- ej PERSONAL r Additional Locals. For Sale. One grist Mill, crusher, hay press, W. H. Cundiff. boiler and engine. 18 'It Mr. W. R. Lyon was here a few days ago. Jfjss Stella Conover returned to gow Friday: Glas- Mr-J- . F. Vigles, Jamestown, was x here last week. Dr. E A. Waercener was quite sick several days of last week. Execution ' Sale. . Farmers , ( By virtue of Execution 1853 which is- Mr. R. P. Rowe was here from Aman- - gue frQm the office of the Clerk of the daville a few days ago. Adair Circuit Court on the I6th day of j Mr. A. G. Norros, Louisville, called January MI for the sum of $65.00, six-t- o j , ty-fiv- e dollars withjinterest thereon at see our merchants last week. of six per cent per annum Mrs. L. B. Hurt was called to Leba- the rate day oi February, I9I0,un-- 1 non last week, her parents being quite from the I5th, til paid and the further sum of $10.45, , sick. cents cost, in ten dollars and forty-fiv- e C. B. Jones, of Cumbeiland favor of S. L. Banks against E G.J llr. co nty, was here recently. Hardwick, &c, I will on Monday the, Mr. Geo. R. Holt, of Campbellsville, '3rd, day of April, MI, at the Courthouse, door in Columbia, Kentucky, the ame ; HnV nr two nf last wpok. wns hpinp the first dav of a reeular term of i Mr. J. L. McLean spent several days the Adair county Court at Y 0'ciock, p. J uiiasLwetKin ampuenvuie m or thereabout offer for sale to the is in a very low highest bidder upon a credit of three Mrs. Walker Bryant V virrH-ic- . fllnrinrr nncflirrhth linHl state of health, confined to her bed vided interest in two tracts of land or a Mr. H. N. Miller and wife visited sufficiency thereof to satisfy said Exe- 111 Af a ma am av. Ifian . .. oiwcUC., 'Ula- " niobuci n PwnHlf last Q filQ r.nor. j t bunday. Qf E Q Hardw;ckf )ving on the wa- Mrs. H. B. Ingam, who was quite ill ters of Green River, in Adair county. several days of Irst week, has very Kentucky and bounded on the North by much improved. the lands of J.' S. Breeding, on the from South by the lands of J. R. Beard, on at v fi,,ii;VBn heir a spell o'f lagrippe. He was confined to the East by the lands of Evans Breed-- 1 on the West by theandsof J. S. home about a week. j ing, and containin g 55 acres, also a j jars. n. jn. smyine, mower oi xur certain tract or parcel of iand contain-PaSmythe, has been quite sick for ing IQ acres and boun(ed on the North the past week. hy the iands of Evans heirs, on the Messrs. T. W. Wheat and Luther South by the lands of J. N. and R. B. Brockman are in Louisville this week, White, on the East by the lands of j Evans heirs, on the West by the lands jurors in the Federal Court. I Vul can Turnin Who have us ea the tow wi. 11 w buy if hi ja i JLVJ oth Call on flfff -- , ( , m ! I o H . " They will supply your wants ! i w rr-nvprp- d ! ul I v Hatcher. r $ 0'0KV'0 - - I , Rowes X Roads. J - What a rainy time we have Rev. M. D. Prescott and famihad this week. lof J. R. Beard. Bond with approved ly moved to Bedford, Ind., last Mr. Jas. Garnett, candidate for At- - ' Mollie Hadley and Josey Bibee security and bearing interest from date '. torney General, will be absent from until paid will be required of the pur- - Tuesday. was here on a visit last week. .. M . u TQTT home for eight or ten days Several young men have left Jim Oaks sold 2 mules last A. D. Patteson, S. A. C. Mr. Jo Russell left for McHenry, this locality to work in Illinois. week for $325. Ky., Saturday, stopping a few days in I have a nice five room cottage for Labor is not very difficult to se Louisville to have his eyes treated. Mr. Edward Oldham and Miss Dr. H. B. Simpson and wife, Breed- rent, cure and at more reasonable. Dr. W. F. Cartwright. Lee tf. ing, visited Mr and Mrs. John (Maud Hill were married last Sun- terms than for several years. Walker last Thursday and Friday. j day at Henry Hills by Thomas Local Market. Mrs. Elizabeth Robertson, who re- HacUey Marvin Simpson sold one comI . 3r ' - ; j or ; . i I cently returned from New Mexico arid Missouri, was quite sick last week Mr. The following is the Local Market given by S. H. Grinstead & Co., today: ;. .., ,,r, uiSwu smitn ior 11 i.jr uw. JCai uiu fill.r frt flan T . ' AarQn .g yery . , Baroee left Saturday for in which State he expects to Indiana buy a car load of horses for this market. Mrs. Jo. N. Conover left for Monti-cell- o Thursday morning. Her husband accompanied her as far as Campbells- J. B. Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks Y H II 3 j Turkeys Geese Ducks Hides (green) ville. 9 28to30 5 to 6 35 to40 42 00 5 Prof. N. W. Miller and .wife, Camp bellsville, are visiting in Columbia; stopping at the home of Mrs. Caroline Jeffries. Wool (clear grease) Wool (washed) Feathers Ginseng Beeswax Sheriff, A. D. Patteson, Dr. G. J. GTissom and Mr. Albert Stapp are witLOUISVILLE nesses in the Federal Court, Louisville, this week. MARKETS. on Live 'Stock Lalest Quotations Mr. J. Allen Russell, who is running a spoke factory at Neatsburg, and will CATTLE start another one at Pickett in about Shipping steer $5.005.50 two weeks, was in Columbia Thursday. Beef steers 3.506.50 j 4oo5.oo taught in Fat heifers and cows Miss Arrelda Roberts, who , .ioo,o.io the Graded School last year, and who ouiters to- Canners 1.502.75 resides at Verona, Ky., will arrive 3.005.00 day, to take Miss Young's place inthe Bulls Feeders 4.505.50 school. I Miss Jimmie "Conover, of this coun Choice milch cows ty, who was taken sick at Glasgow and common to fajr cows conveyed to an infirmary at Louisville, hqgs rapidly improved, and reached home a, . few days ago. Medixims m to 165 I Stockers 3.005.40 00 00 35.00-45.- . 15.00-35.- Mr. R. S. Edwards, of Albany, repre-- . Pigs sen ting the Endicott, Johnson Compa-- 1 Roughs ny Shoe manufacturing concern of New j sheep and lambs York, was here to see our merchants Begt lambg j CulIg last Thursday and Friday. Mr. Ollie Bennett, grain. Bennett, who plays for the Davenport, j Iowa Club, will leave for Kansas this Wheat week. He has signed for this year. Corn and will be with his club when the mimiimmmmmiitmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi ' 7.15 7.00 8.05 6.30 For sale only by years. There has been quite a Sarah Turner is very sick this week, can't live unles she gets 90 number of plant beds burned but C. better quick. 50 there will not be as much plantInventor and Patentee Old aunt Annie Pierce is not ed as there have been in the past season opens. Cane Valley, Ky. ' Additional Editoral. expected to live only a very short two years. Mrs. E. L. Feese and children will time, eat up witfi a cancer on "begins to .ook a little war. Wheat looking well. The her head and face. ... ' M SI J t l M l W M My ' V W IS irr W W V W V VJ, Nl J tr are going to plant an sK 7l. 7K ?K 7is yiv ?I 7x 7K i 7K st 7c 7K At 7K in xi 7i si "in. si 7K. ?K ing employed on the Times in that city. llKe On Western coasts OI Mexi-The- y farmers NL Old uncle John Pierce died ?Pn TJncle Sam has 20,000 sol- - other crop of tomatoes. They have the best wishes of their c0 7fN friends here. diers down there and the maraud- will receive better prices this Feb. 28th, after a long sickness 7K Nl Njr 85 years. He was a member IN opened a ers had better look a little out. Tin season and the coming factory at Miss Estelle Willis, who school at Breedings, has been private 7 its full capacity. of the United Brethern church Mr. P. M. Shy, of Frankfort, expects to run at very sick for two weeks. She was reat Oak Grove. His funeral was Her many has been elected Secretary of ported better last Friday. There has been several cases preached at the Liberty church 10 x 20 Glass 4 It Windows lg .90 ST friends throughout the county hope for the State Fair, to succeed Mr. J. os measles in Campbellsv.ille. 7 her eariy recovery. by the writer and his body was j " " " i 1.00 7 W. Newman. Hubert Vreeland 10x24 " compelled to laid to rest R. H. Turner was wife and in Wolford grave 7fc 12x24 Mr. John C. Eastland and " was also a candidate and he 1.10 7 , of Louisville, close his school on meadow creek yard. He leaves behind a wife, 'Miss and daughters of Dr. E. A. charges his defeat to bad faith .20 7 Red Edge Collar Pads (12 in wide) on account of the health of one two sons, three daughters, grand 7 7 Waggener, arrived last Friday. Dr. upon the part of Commissioner . ltt Anchor" Corn Syrup (per gal) .35 of the members of the firm of children and friends being much better Monday, Waggener Rankin. " X White Flake Syrup the two former returned home. The Turner Bros. The average at- .40 Hiram Marcum and wife have remain several days of this latter will -for the term since .25 week. bought the Sarah bargerfarm. Tn 3 Can Sugar Corn After due consideration Hon. tendance thirty three pupils. was 3 Cans Hominy .25 Price paid $1,500. Miss Jennye McFarland, one of Co- A. 0. Stanley, Congressman from IN , Nty "? lumbirtbestanamo J-Rodgers will teach ' John Oaks says tell you that Clothing at Prices to Close. 7lN the Second district, has decided Miss Monta w. ladies, wno waa "ui, u 7 7K contest for the the fall term of the same school. he got one gathering corn borne from Indianapolis, where she has not to enter the F. L. writes that she Democratic nomination for Gov- She holds a State certificate and March 8th and that was much )In been visiting her sister, 7 J will Temain in Indiana's metropolis ernor. Former Senator McCreary Russell Springs, Ky. reputation of being one sooner than common. 7 some time, having accepted a posi- and Hon. Wm. Addams are the hasthe for 7 Nfe' Quartely meeting at oak Grove )K tion in a large department store of that only candidates before the peo- of the best instructors in our 7K She will be greatly missed by city. March 18. 3KX3iei3KX3ieieK county. ple for Governor. her many friends at home 3J son of Mr. E. W. Fat sheep 5J6 35J 2J-- week with pneumonia fever. Mr. Theo Earhart bought a Cora ouie and Huber Mont. house and lot in our village from nrnrv wprp Mrs Susi $950. cHadley la1st Sunday. Mrs. Martha Prescott for Tluxr.HAi.il fl nlun muveu. wj ' jrrescutt liiaa W lvirs. Oliver Hadley went to Glens- Campbellsville where she purville the over day to take his chased a lot preparatory to erect- aunt Sarah Ann Blair home. ing a dwelling. She will build Old aunt Roseann Blakey died near the Baptist Academy. last Friday, March 3rd' at the Campbell has been age of 78 years. She was the Mrs. J. F. quite sick for a few days of wife of Bart Blakey and the last stomach trouble, but is one of 12 children of the old Billey Blakey family. She had TU TJoflinl rtf ' been a member of the United this place, sold to Dr. S. H, Kel- - Brethren .church for over 50 saV) the parsonage for $2500. years. She was one of Gods Dr. Kelsay has practiced medi- good women, and was so willing cine here for several years, and to go and be at rest. She could has built up a very good business. not handy waite for the Lord to There are 23 acres in the parson- call her home. She leaves beage. It is a very desirable home, hind a husband, two daughters and the people in general are and six grand children. The glad that the doctor has decided funeral was conducted by Eld. to make a permanent location George Blakley in the presence of a large crowd of friends. here. Farmersjpf this section have Friends weep not aunt Roseann more land, broken than in former has just gone home to be at rest. U-mtf X $170. "J ! i What Is ir-.- f4? rsasassa - L.--. Read And You Will See. Men who till the soil are crazy about it. The Improved Patent Ideal Steel Harrow. It takes trie rag off the bush. It is Adjustable Lever Attachment to open and close. Ft Ids up, easy to overate and never wears out. Just the thing you are looking for. Give it a trial and be conviuced of its merits. PRICE: 2 horse $7.50; 1 horse $3.50. J. Eubank Z2SffiZZS?- . . i 1 ! - Bargains! i , Cathrine-Waggener- son-in-la- w iy X-m- as I Nf- - Wilson. JKi THE AEAIK COUNTY NEWS I Attention! We Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill '"i One Way to Build a Good Road. filler by mixing glue and fine Stock ready for use. A large assortment of , Windows, "Doors, Roofing, Colonial Columns. any part or all the Wood, any grade desired, that is needed for In fact we can furnish Building or Repair work. Interest It will be to your Prices. to inspect our Stock and Co. Sandusky &Ky. Columbia, -" - v 1 f r HUGJiE S " l V A cowpfljsy BLINbsT 4 Sash, kDoors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Materia!, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. - iMt' , i - Everybody is in favor of good roads as an abstract proposition, but when it comes down to the' concrete that is to say, to sand and gravel, there are difference in opinion. Some Kentuckians there are who declare themselves strongly for good roads, but say they do not know how to go about getting them. One way to go about it has been exemplified recently by the Federated Woman's Club of Brandenburg. The members of that live organization felt the - sawdust. Put it in soft, spread down well with a knife and let it get hard. It will be all right. Nearly all cooks have a cake fall some-timeDon't worry. I know a young man who wo h i s wife by saying when her cake s. j J IEI Y BREVITIES Modern needles came into use ii ( L Train Mo. 27 S'o.23 Indian ink is now made from burned camphor. public holidays Russia has eighty-siin the course of the year. At Barbados one can pet a ship for almost any European port by waiting for it. The sultan of Turkey once gave General Horace Porter a gold medal for patriotism. Cold, arid and wind swept Patagonia now pastures some of the finest flocks of sheep in the world. PostofQces have been established on Japanese steamships running to ,San Francisco and Seattle. Zulus in tribal dances and hunting scenes were a striking feature of Cape Town's recent celebration. Tlie Chilean government maintains fifty-on- e lighthouses along the coast and in the strait of Magellan at an annual cost of $SS,733 United States x Mo. 79 Mo 21 Mo. 93 'ain o.24 o. 78 : Largest Wholesale Sash, and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. If We appreciate them. Ic Li Li SiUUlfiL& UtJif INCORPORATED. i ysiPHF no 2!!"215 slreet LUU15VILLC, KY . E-M- n U. G. HARDWICK, Pres. J. H. COCKE, V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. : ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 IwmbWHiGHTS N. DEALERS IN f mflCHmisTS need of a good road fromdenburg to Weldon, a station on the Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis railroad. Brandenburg has no railroad, and when the citizens of that town go traveling they either take a steamboat or drive have it just right. over to Weldon to take the train Out of the Ginger Jar. Meade county mud possibly is a1 ' few degees worse than the mud A freckled person always wear anywhere else in Kentucky. Anyhow, if there is muddier mud specks. Did you notice? or stickier mud or more aggravt-in- g Many a man who is for justice mud in Kentucky it will have would be in the county jail if he to be discovered when somebody got it. opens a new mine. The. male citThe wind often travels eigh y izens of Meade have been hand- miles an hour and that too withling the road question the same out a ticket. way that many other Kentucky Some men are like a laying counties have been handling it. hen, they set up a big cackling Mud multiplied by by mud proevery time they do anything. duces more mud, but the male Much of what we c?ll love a t citizens of Meade didn't seem to first sight fails when it comes to know it. The women woke up to the second sober view. Bran- , I always did like cake that had fallen. Some think they must have the oven sizzling hot when they put bread in to bake, and then they wonder why a thick crust comes on the loaves, while the middle is not at all well baked. The best vay is to have the oven just hot enough so that the loaves will take on a nice brown in, say, ten or fifteen minutes. Don't be in a hurry to takt gold. thirty-fouMore carloads oi them out too soon, either. An hour sunflowerthan werer raised in a sinseed is not too long to bake, bread tv gle Illinois county last year and sold fell:-! - o.28 fo.22 In effect Monday. Dec 31. 1S08. SOUTH BOUND Lv. Louisville Ak. Lebanon 7:00 am 9:42 am 10:04am 8:15am 7:40pm 5:05pm 8:00 pm 10:00 pm 9:80 pro 650pm NORTH BOUND Lv. Lebanon Ak. Louisville 5:43am 7:50am ..10:13 am 752am 6:55 pm 450 pm 8:15pm 628pm 10:15am O. Time Card Jo. 92 752am No3. 02 and 93 arelSunday trains only. WILH0R& MOTEL W. IS. CJUILiiWOr?H, First-Clas- Piop P. Table Good Sample Room Feed Stable Reasonable Rates s GSftDYVILLe, KY for medical purposes or bird or stock food. , ENGINES. ECILEFS, SAW MLIS. SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS LOUISVILLe 1301 THlKTeeinH-Mftl- summer. Nextwinter it will be possible to travel from Brandenburg to Weldon without breaking a hamestring or straining a JOBBINGWORK SOLICITED lySgjffJy,J3g? single tree. A wagon will not be Al) Kinds of Machinery Repaired team, and a load for a$four-hors- e walking will not be an impossibility when a big thaw comes. That is one way of getting a good road. There are other ways, but they involve the expenditure 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD of time and money. Good roads We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long do not grow of themselves and as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights they do not evolve from repeated and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. drublings of mud. Why should SB INCH fiscal courts continue wasting 50INCH money on dirt roads year after 42 INCH year with no move for real improvement? Why, at least, do they not build a few miles of S6INCH .AmAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA fflWWEV - n?nWt7VwAnA good road for an object lesson? Why should intelligent men hold their hands in helpless fashion and wait for the women's clubs ELLWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) KADE IN SIX HEIGHTS " to show them how to build roads? Courier Journal. Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. vBMwR the situationlfirst and they determined to 'pike' the road from They Brandenburg to Weldon. raised more than $1,200 by private subscription and they asked the Fiscal Court to do the rest The court came across with an appropriation $3,000 as an evidence of good faith. The road will be completed by the early Spj ELLWOOD WIRE FENCE FrrrrcrrrrruVffS VUxr7xw DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. Womanly Wisdom. Truthful Words. The following was read by a Kansas Governor some years ago on the eve before election but will bear repetition: Along in November, when chill was the weather Two ballots were cast in a box together. They nestled up close like brother to brother, You couldn't tell one of the votes from the other. The prohibition man, could be truer, Kept busy all summer denouncing the brewer. J3ut his fevor cooled off with the change in the weather, And late in the autumnthey voted together. The Sunday school man had always been noted For fighting saloons except when he voted, He piled up his prayers with a holy perfection, ' Then knocked them all down" on the day of election. The foxy old brewer was cheerful and mellow; Said he, "I admire that Sunday school fellow. He's true to his church, to his party he's truer. He talks for the Lord, but he votes for the brewer." Potpie will never be heavy i f you put in two tablespoonf uls of cornstarch with the flour. When you art in danger of getting rattled just stop and think thatit is the empty kettle that rattles most. Add a larg onion to a pot 0 f cooking cabbagft. It will take away the gas and any ill effects of the cabbage. " Have you ever tried an 0 1 d paint-brus- h with which to blacken the stove? If you haven't you have a joy coming. Think every day 0 f beautiful things. If you do not you will soon get so that there will be no beautiful things to think of. Make some crack and crevice Four hundred thousand flasks of tu i berculin were distributed free last year by the federal bureau of animal in- VETERINARY SURGEON dustry for cattlemen to use in tests for tuberculosis. The first and only telephone ex- change in British Honduras was in- stalled at Belize in 1905. the equipment being ordered and supplied from the United States. ; To the libraries destroyed by fire .) w-wmust now be added that of the medical section of the University of Toulouse, which contained 80,000 volumes, valued at $100,000. Special Attnetin lo Eyes The president of a steel rolling plant Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surin northern Japan has offered to progical work done at fair prices. 1 am vide a house for a missionary and to equip him for the work. of evangelizing ' well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock its G.000 employees. removed from stables. The size of cattle ranches in Argen- - ' LOCATION-NE- AR ED HUGHE5' RESIDENCE. tina is diminishing steadily, thanks to ONBURKSVILLE STREET. the law of inheritance, which provides for the distribution of property among children share and share alike. . The most costly medicine a few years ago was metallic gallium, which sold A word to the wise is suff- for .?15O,000 a pound, but radium is icient but a whole volumn would' t now the priceless gem of the mineral world, selling for more than that price Attoney-At-Laan ounce. convince the other-wis- e. In England there has been It may be true that figures d o out an explosive proof electricbrought ' CJ Will practice in counties. motor this andad joining not lie but you could not make a for powder factories, even the bearings rirkllWV Cf L... , Kentucky, Jamstown, ou neu nnkl.nil iuul liui gases j i UHUs : iuckoi fashionable dressmaker believe cannot escape if an explosion occurs j within it. it. In the foothills of Mount Tacana, a ' It is Claimed that marriage is a ' Guatemalan volcano, there is an almost lottery but it can be true else the Inexhaustible supply of sulphur in huge blocks, which is taken out f?om time law would take hold of it to time by Indians, but has not yet ; been exploited. Time robs us of many things j The commerce of Aenice Is steadily but WOUnds Our Vanity first b y increasing each year, though not in ex a large distributing point introducing wrikles and the dou- - ports. It isfreight. The proposed ca for inland na' Venice to Milan, is to have a gov ble chin ernment subsidy of $2,000,000: There is a wide difference i n Sir James Murray, who has been editor of the .Oxford English dictionhaving a note in the bank ary for thirtv-on- e vpnrs. snirt 1iirlrif in the pocket j a lecture at the London institution that having a bank-not- e and therein lies the difference ' ne nad cilecte(i 5,000,000 quotations to ujusirum me meanings 01 woras. between complacency ana ais - in attempting to establish an ostrich farm in Abyssinia the original idea content. ' was to capture live ostriches and breed s did not Pro successful. Women may possibly know them- as the birds nearly always died after enough to VOte though We don't the pursuit necessary to get them. admit it; but she certainly knows toThe Persian government has applied ' Italy for military Instruction, both enough" not to sell that vote t o Russia and England having declared ' they would allow the employment the first briber that comes along. thatGerman officers only if an equal j' of When a man comes along number of Russian and English instructors were engaged. whining that he, is the victim 0 f Lisbon has suffered worse calamities than revolution. Plague has frequent-- . HENRY WATTERSON' circumstances the chances ly devastated it, and in 1753 it was that the circumstance were overwhelmed by the worst earthquake Editor. in Europe. In contained within iron hfund that ever happened most of the houses about eight minutes staves and labeled"01d Rye." and upward of 50,000 of its inhabitants We Can Furnish You were swallowed up. Not infrequently the exaulted In Chicago out of every 1,000 women to lodge member the whack 0 f In the eage period from twenty-fiv- e twenty-ninat the last count there The Adair County News whose gavel brings all members were 314 who were unmarried. In up standing take off his shoes Denver there were 331. In Manhattan and the and the Bronx there were 356. In Minoutside the door when he goes neapolis there were 3G9. In Philadelphia there were 3S7. home lest he waken his wife. Children of American settlers in western Canada, though being brought Farm Journal. up and educated on foreign soil, are still loyal little Yankees. They object Gumption on the Farm. strenuously to being compelled to sing Courier-JOurn- al "Rule Britannia," and the school authorities in the Northwest Territories to have decided that their objections are Your oats will not be so apt to be heeded. As one of them put it. Both One Year rust if you get them in early. "We want peace in Canada." The German Export Revue says, that The more a man goes around, 95 per cent of the photographic chem; For $1.50 to develop into icals consumed by the entire world is the less he is Germany. These made and supplied by a crank. chemicals and photographic paper, films, plates, cameras, etc., form an Don't complain if you lose Important line hi Germany's export We can also give liberal trade. Not a few of the manufacsome of your grain sacks at the tories engaged therein 'export with Daily s combination you have not marked of their total production. mill if Sunday Courier Journal. Nasir el Mulk, the new regent of or them. --Have every bag plainly Persia, is an Oxford graduate. ComWrite Courier-Journ- al who was elected in succesmarked. . 3 sion to the late All Reza, was born in pany, Louisville, Ky., mind this: Make two 1858 and after receiving part of his Now sample copy of edition in Teheran went to Bal-lsowings of clover seed, one now, education took an Oxford degree. In free and be sure to and one early in April. Use half 1889 he visited England again in the you desire, but was of Nasir ed Din Shah and red, other half alsike. Do not suit K. C. M. G. He has held sev- send your subscription order made eral offices of state and has been gov- to this paper NOT to the miss the alsike. Farmers ast year he deernor of KurdLstan. premier. Courier Journal. clined the position-- o .. ! 3. D. Crenshaw j li , j Joseph H. Stone, w ( 41j-a4- Why I Not and Read The -- : I Courier Journal? are I t I Weekly at three-ftfurtb- rate Nasir-el-Mul- k, for ol r 7, l - r 5.iv' JN i T - Haaa. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS day was quite a success. Mrs. Mary- - Pike, of the Car is visitimr Mrs. A. M.1 Watson, who has mel neighborhood been very sick for the past two friends and relatives near this weeks still continues to improve. place. Miss Hazel Knifley, of Knifley We hope to see her out again made a business trip to Absher soon. Misses Mary E. Bault and last Friday. Mr. Jesse Helm, brother of l, Maudie Allison, of near Mt. who have been visiting Mrs. John Overstreet, of near friends and relatives near this here is reported in a very low place returned to their home last state of health: his trouble being due to consumption. Wednesday. Watson. Car-me- v Purdy. I Worn Women Women, worn and tired from overwork, need a tonic. That feeliner of weakness or helplessness will not leave you of itself. You should take Wine of Cardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women. Thousands of women have tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great benefit it has been to them. Try it don't experiment use this reliable, d medicine. oft-trie- Mr. Plato Wade who has been' attending school at Columbia is at home for a few days on ac count of sickness. Miss Maud Willis of near Co- burg, was the pleasant guest ' of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Willis last Saturday niSht and Sunday. Mr. J. B. Button and quite a EW TALES THAT ARE TOLD TAKE The Woman's Tonic J 33 Messrs. Matthew Overstreet, W. S. Bault and Johnson Humph-ress Joppa. it ,1 Mr. Vina Murrah is not ex- The farmers of this community busy preparing for planting Pected to live but a short while. Our produce man, ML John are corn. Mr. Jimmie Willis was in Co- Mrs. Rena Hare, of Pierce, Fla., tried Cardui and afterward K Overstreet is having a gooo wrote: "I was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble, had pi trade we know, as Mr. John Jones passed through lumbia one day last week he seems to pain in my side and legs, could not sleep, hadi shortness of breath. fef this place one day last week en Miss Dollie Burton visited "I suffered for years, until my husband insisted on my trying m$ be verj busy. Cardui. The first bottle gave me relief and now I am almost well." pa? Misses Fannie and Emma Trip-le- tt Rev. W. S. Dudgeon will preach route to Ozark. Try Cardui. 'Twill help you. last Saturday night and at White Oak school house on We are glad that Prof. R. O. AT ALL DRUG STORES Saturday night before the third Cabbell, who has been sick for a Sunday LuaAWiPJKSsgi $unday in this month. Every- few weeks, is able to be out Mr. Lucian Burton, wife, and again. children visited Mr. Sam Burton ' body is invited. Mr. A. O. Young is preparing last Friday night. Mr. James Humphress, who ' 29- Mrs. Sallie Curry? and Miss has been in feeble health for to erect a new dwelling this . Ethel were shopping at Purdy some time remains about the spring. James Tripled Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Barger. last Saturday. same. HMMMMBMn Mr. Russell Williams visited USliliSli Our merchant, Mr. C. E. Wal- visited the latter's sister, Mrs. OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES' Geo O. Powell, last Sunday. Mr. Bud Vaughn last week. BUILDING. ker holds a good trade. 'PHONE NO. 40, RING 3. JEFFRIES BLOCK Mr. Charlie Sanders was on Born to the wife of Melvin Mr. D. H. Absher, who has KENTUCK1 COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY COLUMBIA Sincair March the 5th, twin girls. been quite sick for some time is the sick list last week. Misses May Upton, Allie Gar-netreported dangerously ill. made a business trip to lumbia last Saturday. Co- Had No Regrets. The late. Archie Williams, the well known Topeka lawyer, was an artist with sharp repartee. One time he went to a small Kansas town not very far from Topeka to attend court. This town Is a typical country village, and number of others from this place little or nothing ever causes a ripple on its "dull level." It Is a good town were in Louisville last week. as towns of its size go, but a rather Mr. G. T. Atchley and? Mr. trying place for a city bred to spend Fisher of near Sano, visited rel-- ! any considerable period of idle time. Williams' business kept him in the atives in Taylor county last week town for two days, and a lot of tima ! t If m twmm ( S)r. & Bunbar Res-,phon- e aentttt JL J5Ps rw M ' i J OOrlfcS. W-- i. I "I LIKE THIS TOWN SO WELL HERE." COCLD DIE t, SXSS?'?VSXSC'?XXSs $ I WEEKLY COURIER -J- OURNAL HENRY:WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL and Elna Barger, visited Several from the Holmes neighborhood attended the singing at at their homes from Friday till White Oak schdolhouse last Sat- Monday. Miss Lena Murrell is expected urday night. Messrs. Walter E. and Alvin J. home, on a visit from Macomb, Humphress, of Holmes visited 111., this spring. their cousins, Finis' and Lawrence Mr. J. P. Willis sold several Bault last Sunday. fine hogs to Mr. James Sanders W. S. Bault bought of Matthew Overstreet 34 acres of land; price $460, also Johnson Humph- Vester. We are having some fine weath- ress bought of same parties 25 acres; price $312. Miss Ada Rainwater, who has been on a two week's visit to AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NES For $150 if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journal friends and relatives near this place has returned home. Mr. J. B. Cave and family contemplate making Ind., their home in a short time. We know the people of Holmes will be sorry to give them up, as they are very fine people. William Currie and children visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Watson last Saturday night and Sunday. We understand Mi. Dave Hardin was thrown from a horse a few days ago and received some very severe wounds about the head. Rev. W. S. Mr. and Mrs. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, $6.00 $2.00 Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr Dudgeon will We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. X5)SXa)$ preach at the Plumpoint church the 3rd, Sunday in this month. The party given at Mr. G. C. Russell's was largely attended and all reported a nice time. Misses Susie Watson and Ada Rainwater spent last Tuesday night and Wednesday with Misses Ollie and Fannie Bault. Rev. Henderson will preach 5jXKs) SQ9j03 Pickett Tobacco . Warehouse INDEPENDENT C. A. BRIDGES & Co. PROPRIETORS at Jerico the first Saturday night and Sunday in this month. Let's all go out and hear Brother Hen- derson preach as he is a fine Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky. Four Months Storage Free ch as- a. bridges - W.G. BRIDGES Give us a trial. We Guarantee to Please you Table supplied With the Best the liarketrAffords Meals, 35c M1LLEN HOUSE. Proprs of L. & N. Station M. D. MILLEN & CO., Located on Railroad St, one square east minister. Miss Nannie Russell, of the L. W. T, S. visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Russell Saturday night and Sunday. The surprise birthday dinner given in honor of Mr. C. M. Bault on Friday the 3rd, was largely attended and all present seemed to enjoy themselves; there were 68 persons who partook of the repast, which was bounteous served on a table in the yard. The party and corn shelling, given at C. M. Bault's last Fri Lebanon, - Kentucky. er at present and farmers are taking advantage of it, hustling around getting readylatoput in their crops. Miss Oma Whited was the guest of Misses Malinda and Le-- ! and F. B. Willis. Misses Helen Upton and Lutie na Cooley last' Sunday. Barger visited Miss Tina Brock-ma- n Mr. Welby Shepherd, Misses Oma Whited and'Lena Dooley Monday night. Mrs. Eliza Powell is reported attended the meeting at Oak Grove Sunday. no better at this writing. Messrs. Joe Cofer, Leslie and Mr. H. P. Barger sold one mule to Mr. Sam Berdette of Welby Shepherd all left this place for 111., Feb., 27. Lebanon Kentucky. Mrs. S. J. Dooley visited at Mrs. Lula Holladay and little daughter, Frances, and Mrs. Mr. Frank Burton's, near McGa-h- a last Sunday. Mattie Wilen, suprised Mrs. H. WAS WHOLLY THE P. Barger on the 22 ult., which Mr. Ros Sutton,of Columbia j was her birthday ,they reported was visiting his parents, Mr. and UNINTENTIONAL a fine day. Mrs. Chas. Sutton, of this place k Miss Carey Wilen, who is tak- Saturday night and Sunday. ing music, under the U. S. Music Mr. John Willie Powell, of Remarkable Floral Emblem at Co. is progressing fine. Campbellsville visited his aunt, the Funeral ot.a Reporter. Mr. H. P. Barger bought of Mr. Mrs. Susan J. Dooley from C. O. Pelly a fine mare, price Thursday until Monday. Jacob A. niis tells an anecdote of a unknown. Rev, Nelson filled his appoint- reporter detailed to police headquarSeveral of the young people ment at Bearwallowlast Sunday, ters by a well known newspaper. His special forte was fires. He is dead, were invited to Miss Helen Up- p. m. poor fellow! In life he was fond of a joke, and in death it clung to him ton's last Monday to a quilting Mr. J. M. Powell and Chester In a way wholly unforeseen. The fireparty. Dooley visited relatives at men In the next block, with whom he Mrs. Lizzie Murrell is on the made bis headquarters wnen off duty, last Saturday night and so that he might always be within sick list. Sunday. hearing of the gong, wished to give some tangible evidence of their regard Mr. A. G. Willis is expecting Mrs. Siller Burton, who has for the old reporter, but. being in a his son, Mr. Pascal Willis, home been in bad health for some hurry, left it to the florist, who knew 'dm well, to choose the design. He in a short time. time has gone"'to Campbellsville hit upon a floral badge as the proper thing, and thus It was that when the Bob Willis of Colo., is report- to be doctored. company of mourners was assembled ed some better. i n and the funeral service In progress Mr. Dan Curd, the upon the there arrived and was Next Sunday wiil be the regular traveling salesman was calling! fotlin in full view of all set triumph that meeting day at Zion Church on our merchants at Vester last of the florist's art a shield of white roses, with this legend written across Bro. Howerton is the nastor, Tuesday. Mr. Curd says his, it 'In red immortelles "Admit within Every body is cordially invited to trade is very good considering! fire limits only "Portland Spectator. attend, and people should come the times. The Huckster. Matthew de L. Rogers, handout' to Sunday School. They Wheat is looking very well in writing expert of Cleveland,therecently are losing interest. Do not stay at this community. convicted by his testimony alone a will forger home on the account of rain. Mr. Alvin Burton sustained "My own knowledge." said Mr. Rog Misses Helen and Ruth Upton a very bad accident last Wednes ers to a reporter, "shone out by con trast with the Ignorance of the other visited at Mr.. John Jones Friday. day. While riding along his horse side. The opposing lawyer in his benighted cross examination of me really Mr. Thos. Powell is aiming to stepped in a hole, breaking its made me think of the Cleveland huckster build him a larger-housin the neck. "This huckster was giving evidence ' spring. Come again Mr. Hiram Cofer, In n damage suit against an amomo-biliyour letter was just splendid, "The auto. he stated confidently, Has Millions of Friends. the people in this neighborhood was going over 100 miles an hour. " 'But that's nearly two utiles a minHow would you like to number your like to hear how Well the Ken- ute.' said the judge. friends by millions as Bucklen's Arnica tucky boys are doing. " 'No. yer honor,' the huckster contradicted. Salve does i its astounding cures in the "'Look here, my man. said the past forty years made them. Its the It's awfully hard for a woman Judge. yon know how many minutes best Salve in ehe world for sores, ul- why men do not there are In an hour, dont you? said nara oT.oma hlirna Hnila sra1?a na to understand "The huckster hesitated, then sick people and at frankly: ,J0 en pvm. anraino ,iih,m-- ' like to nurse " 'Well, yer homor, had much Chicago Daily educationlet's hare I ain'treckonla at bruises, cold sores. Has no equal for tendilfunerals your piles. 25c at Paull Drug Co. News. t 1 hung heavy on his hands, for one of the days was Sunday. "Fine place this," said a native to him. "Yes." said Williams rather shortly. He didn't seem at all eager to open a discussion concerning the merits of the hamleL "Real good place." continued the native. "Oh. yes," said Williams, and ha again showed no inclination to discuss the subject. "You like it. do you?" asked the uatlve. "Like It! Like it!" answered Williams very gently and softly. He got up and laid his band on the native's shoulder. "Like it! Why. my dear, good friend. 1 like this town so well I could die here." "Why why I'm glad to know that: But how does it appeal to you so much as that?" "Why." said Williams, still very gently. "1 never saw a place In all my life, and I have lived a good many years, which could leave with so few regrets." Kansas City Journal. ME Pel-leyt- on well-know- ; e st i ! 8 Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS at this place are stepping around Owensby. complaining'of grippe as there right fast. have tieen in this section for the Miss Laura Moore, Jamestown, past few past month or so. Plenty of rain for the Miss Odesta Burress, of this is visiting friends here this week. days. place, is spending a few weeks Uncle Thomas and Aunt" Prof. A. H. Ballard, ColumapRev. Pangbum- filled his with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Grady, two of our oldest bia, was here last week looking pointment here last Sunday with people, spent last Friday very Hendrickson of Clementsville. after the affairs of his farm. interesting sermons. pleasantly with Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. Vene Morgan' of Mr. D. S. MeGahan, of Ve'nni, Q. Diddle, after several D. Walker, of our city. James was visiting relatives spent the night at D. G. Grider's weeks visiting in the states of at this place from Saturday .until Milltown. recently. Virginia and Ohio, returned Monday. Misses Callie Gaines and Laura home last Friday. Mr. J. W. Sanders was at LibDr. J. J. Booker, of Camp Knox, moore visited Miss Idell Simms Taylor Robinson of Red Lick erty Friday and Saturday. was here last Friday. one day last week. community, passed through here Miss Maud Coffey of Mr. Ebb McCaffree of near CoMrs. ?ophia Lawless and chillast Friday, en route for Greens-burcame out Sunday to be lumbia was here on business last dren are visiting her mother, present at the wedding of her Saturday. Mrs. Mary Winfrey, of-- James- Judge T. A. Murrell, of Columcousin, Miss Lena Wolford. Miss Julia Penick.of Cane this week bia, was in our midst last Friday Mr. J. M. Wolford was in ley, is leacmug a auunytum Mjss Ada Walkup who has looking after insurance. Campbellsville Saturday on busischool at Mr. R. S. Caldwells tfeen visiting her grandparents, Louisville Dr. L. C. Nell is in Miss Wilhard Huffaker visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barger for ness. this week, selling tobacco. Miss Celestia Shirley Saturday past two or thpee weeka has The wheat in this section is We are glad to note that Mr. and Sunday looking very well, winter oats returned home. C. S Bell, who has been confined ;are lookirg well too. Miss Ruth Squires, of Pelham, Mrs. Valeria Grider visited at several months visited Mrs. Kate Dohoney severto his room for Mr. Jerome Barr, the mail Mrs. S. E. Wolford's last week. with broken limbs, is able to be al days of last week. n from Casey Creek to Misses Mallie Murray and Do- out and see after his affairs. has employed Edd Parrott Mr. Obe Parsons, of Portland, ra Cono,-e- r of Sewellton, passed Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Flowers .,!: to carry the maij for him. Cr.. wab iiere uuyiiigpuuiujr.iu oat- - through here one day last week! entertained quite a number of Travis Morton, Grover Cor- Uraay. onrnnfp rn T?nccolI Rnrinora V....VUWW wv iVKUUVH WfJl. Friday, at their their friends last Pellyton, , neal, and Ben Jones of Mrs. Eli Wadkins is very sick Mr. Charley Edwards, a tim home in our city. at this writing, with a complica- ber and stave dealer is having passed through here lastweek Mr. Strong Hill, one of the tion of diseases. en route fr r Illinois. lumber sawed for the purpose of noted business men of our city, Mr. Cagie Rogers and sister, erecting a dwelling here on Miss GlensforK. left last week for McGregor, Greensburg, visited Laura Moore's land. We are Minner. of Texas, where he will spend sevMr. I. S. Taylor is danderously relatives here, Saturday and Sun- glad to know that Mr. Edwards eral days visiting his relatives ill with pneumonia. day. and wife are going to stay among and friends. Mrs. L. T. Bradshaw improves Mr. Herschel Sherrill and fam- us, for they are fine people. Mr. John D. Lowe, the popular very slowly. Mr. Wash Grider, of Glensfork, ' was in ily, of Grady ville, passed through shoe man of Columbia, There has been more people here last Sunday for Moody. Tex- was visiting his sister, Mrs. J. H. our town last Friday, with his afflicted with grippe and colds in as, where they will make their Barger last week. line of shoes, and of usual did this section lately than was ever home. Mrs. Ethey Brown and nephew some business with our merMr. Henry Atkins, of Monta- of Clinton county, are visiting known before. chants. Mejvin Morgan and a Miss na, who'has been visiting Mr. their parents and grandparents, Miss Mary Hughesi one of EdKelly, both of Melson Ridge secGeorge Atkins, has returnee Mr. and Mrs. J. K. P. Aaron. monton's popular young ladies, tion, were married at Rev. G. R home. Mr. Conda Cundiff and wife visited Mr. and Mrs. W. L. GraThe candy pulling at Mr. and have removed from this place to Abrell's on the 5th. dy, of our city, one night last Edd Lee Grider has bought the Mrs. G. H. Skaggs last Saturday Kendall, on Cumberland river. week. Methodist parsonage property at night, was largely attended. The neighbors met at the Mr. W. W. Yates bought last Miss Ethel Thompson is teach- Moore Schoolhouse last Thursday this place. Consideration $140. week from C. S. Bell, a house The folks on the west prong of and lot in our city for the con- ing a subscription school at Mont- and organized a prayer meeting on acto convene the above said night Glensfork are sideration of $500. Mr. Yates gomery school house. count of a hideous annimal that Miss Ann Lizzie Blakeman is in each week. and family will become citizens has recently made its appearance of our town in the near future. visiting friends in Campbells-villRev. Beck filled his regular apWe are sorry to state that Mr. pointment at Mt. Pleasant Sun- in their midst. And it is not a mere will-- the wisp or make Mr. and Mrs. John Lindley, of day. and Mrs. Bell will move back to Hatcher, Taylor, county, visited Mrs. Julia Collins was the guest believe beat' either for some of their farm near Nell. the boys have seen it in daytime Please remember that on the" at Mr. C. A. Thomas' several of Miss Idell Simpson last week. and others who have gone after 1st Sunday in April every one days of last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barger are it with their dogs, say that it who Is interested in the Sunday The farmers in this locality are expecting their son and his wife, easily put them to flight. Persons School work are requested to almost through sowing oats who have been in Seattle, Washwho have seen it say it has black meet at Union church, at 9 They are expecting another great ington for some time home to hair, a long curling tail, and is o'clock, for the purpose of reor- yield of good quality. live. Mr. Estes will take charge about as large as an average size ganizing the Sunday School. Gentry's" Mill. and run the frrm. dog. We wish it would go away Let us all be there and begin the and entertain the people of some Casey Creek. Rev. J, M. Pierce preached an work with the intention of havcommunity. ing one of the best schools this interesting sermon to a large Eld. May filled his appointment Mrs. Elijah Melson is very low "year that we ever have had. crowd at Bethlehem Sunday. at this place the 1st Sunday. with dropsy, and is not expected Last Saturday was a busy day Robert, a son of Mr. J. F. Mr. Elzy Wethington is very to live but a short time. Pendleton, was very sick for in the mill and store' at this sick at tihs writing. Miss May Webb who has been several days of last week. It place. It took two clerks in the The Grinstead poultry firm at in school at Bowling Green since was feared that he would have store and the miller needed asthis place is doing good business Christmas, returned home a few pneumonia, but at this time is sistance. ' with Mr. Thelbert Walker as days ago. considered better. Mjlt Smiley, the huxter made manager. Some parties living near RusMr. Logan Shirrell and family his regular round last week and Mr. U. G. Hendrickson has sell Springs have been boatleg-gin- g left us last Sunday, for McGre- took up a nice lot of eggs at this liquor in this section lately. bought nine shares in the Casey gor, Texas, where he expects to place. Creek and Wilson Creek turn- Next grand jury should take make his future home. May The wheat crop looks a little pike. notice. , y success attend them, is the wish yellow owing to the cold weathMrs: C. B. Mayes is very sick . of their many friends. er. Russell Springs. at present. A singing class is made up for Mont Wilson caught a nice Mrs. Ara Wilson is still quite Prof. R. Cabbell, of Joppa, to string of fish last Saturday. Mr. Luke Wethington and Miss teach at this place in the near Lena Wolford, were married at sick. Mrs. Bill Brown, who has been Mrs. Porter Phelps; who was future. We certainly will be the home of the brides parents confined to her bed for several glad to have the Prof, teach a Mr. and Mrs. J. M." Wolford, Sun- stricken with paralysis a few months is no better. day afternoon. Eld. May offic- daya ago. died Monday night at class in vocal music in our town. The creek is very full at this iated. The bride recieved several her home near Esto. The sorOn the 1st Saturday .and Sunwriting; there is over a hundred nice presents. They are a worthy rowing husband and daughter day in April, at half past ten bushels of corn in the mill at young couple and we wish them Pearlie, have the sympathy of o'clock, Rev. W. H. C. Sandidge, this time it seems as if-i-t would happiness and prosperity all the entire community. of Greensburg, our old pastor, be safer on higher ground. through'life. Mrs. Ermine Wilson, left Sunwill preach for us at Union. We Our merchant at this place has Mrs. J. I. Richardson visited day for Louisville and Cincinnati would be glad if every member chickens on hand at Mrs. J. A. Stay ton Sunday. to purchase his stock of goods. ot the church, and especially the a nice lot of this time. - A good many people of this Presbyterian church," could be ' In some way the report has begood lot of place have gone to Illinois to Zach Rooks has a present, and hear Brother Sancome circulated that the school bottom land broken for corn and live. didge once more. Let every here is to close this month, we there is a lot of it covered with body attend that possibly can. Miss Elma Simpson visited her wish to correct the statement as water from the creek. cousins Misses Ethel and Lynnie with the exception of the priWe will close for this time by There are several in this neighmary and intermediate grades. saying, we don't remember of borhood confined to their room Stayton Sunday. The bachelprs and widowers Jhe high school and Grammer ever hearing as many people with grippe. i Par-mel- ia ! A fir m -- t TTi - - . a $ 1 U.I P 1 Camp-bellsvill- e, Camp-bellsvill- e, have taken charge of PHELPS BROS. HOTEL and will endeavor to run same to the satisfaction of old and new custo-mer- s. Livery and Feed stable in connection with the HOTEL. Special pains taken in the care and feeding of stock. I will also continue in the Implement and Hardware Business and carry a good line of Field seeds. g. J. H. Phelps. , $! J con-tract- er Elk-hor- Columns! B ffl V.." $? 1 T - - I ! IfeJ f Mr. Builder did you know that we have the best solid and bored Poplar Colonial Columns on the market? We manufacture these Columns exclusively, and can furnish any size any time Special discount to dealers. Write for prices and try us for service. fej& "VgJl COLUMBIA COLUMN CO. Columbia, Ky. FARMERS WOOLEN MILLS. E. L. REESE, Manager. ill-at-e- Desires that Customers bring in their wool as early in season as possible to avoid the rush and also adds to the quality of work. A ddress U 1 1 e. ,. E. L. REESE, Jamestown, Ky. a' Mt o' rt&r&ff&f?&cs&cff& 3 333333333333333333-23333- : work will contines the balence of the time, bringing it to close the middle of May. Cane Valley. J. W. Sublett was in Louisville Mrs. Harrison Stanton is in a last week. Louisville Hospital under going Mr. and Mrs. Guy 0. Breeding treatment. Messrs. Geo. Kimble and J. C. lattera parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Popplewell are in the city. Dohoney at this place. Mr. Wm. Vaughan is visiting Mr. Bramlet Beard, who left his son and daughter in Somerthis place since Christmas, for set. Texas, returned home last week, L. C. Rounds of Columbia was and purchased Mr. Jas. Harden's in town Wednesday night. farm on Green River. Mrs. Ida Payne, our popular Mr. Jake Vanhoy, who has milliner is in Cincinnati buying been drilling wells in Marion her spring stock of goods. county for the past six months, B. 0. Hurt went to Columbia was home on a visit last week. Sunday. The Presbyterian church at Every one seems pleased over Kelleyville, is now completed. the Graded school election. is quite a nice little building, It Mrs. Round's pupils assisted by and" will be agreat convenience the High schdol will render the to that community. of New Mexico, are visiting the Drama entitled "Out in the Messrs. M. A. Furkin, Ed Eu Street" at the R. S. A., on the bank, R. T. Dudgeon and Dennis night of May 16th. This a high Eubank were quite sick last class temperance play and promweek with grippe. ises to be a success. Admission 10 cents to help pay for an organ for the chapel. Miss Dora Conover of Sewell-- 1 ton, is visiting her brother here! wil1 Murrell, who has beh Wlth us fcr tne Past two months for a coupte of weeks. Mr, ' MnM.H.nm.i.n.nnnm. returned to his home in Dayton Ohio last Monday, panied Mrs. Stanton to Louis , Messrs. Charles Herriford and e!o:j i. (omuaiuee, ui oummoia, were here on business last Friday du ville,., has returned and reports t . her doing well and thinks she will be home in a few days. FOXES WAITED. Fv Grey and Red Foxes !.au,rrels C00ns S2.00to0 Severa'lnew pupils this week at the R. S"l. 100 And Express. Send .50to J.W, 75to 1", letter. sale 18-- 2t nameofyoar express office In firs, T. HODGEN. Box3K at 50cents per bushels of white spring oats for bushel. Joha N. Squires. .- - PellaTlll, Kx 1" - t & tfw -