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The District will be Rebuilt INSURANCE VERY SMALL after Fire started in a restaurant shortly 5 o'clock last Saturday morning destroying an entire business blo6k including the Taylor National Bank, commercial Hotel and several stores. The blaze raged for over an hour and gained U such headway that it was difficult to kring it under control. The loss will reach $50,000, with only about $5,000 insurance. The fire originatedjin the restaurant wned by Brack Sanders, and as the building was a wooden structure the lames spread quickly to the buildings adjoining and in a few minutes the entire block was a mass of flames. By hard fighting the buildings on the opposite side of the street were saved except the Puryear building, which was destroyed. All the plate glass show windows in the storerooms on the opposite aide of the street from the fire were broken by the intense heat, and damage from this will be considerable. Only the stillness of the wind sawd the town from being wiped out. Had there been the least wind nothing could aave saved it. The buildings destroyed and the amount of their losses are as follows: George Gowdy, buildings destroyed. loss $25,000; no insurance. Tom Hodgen, barber shop, fixtures loss $200; no insurance. Hord Bros , grocery, loss $1,500; with $500 insurance. Brack Sanders, restaurant, loss $500 so insurance Dr. Sanders, dental parlor, fixtures loss $1,000; no insurance. Tom Malone, pool room, fixtures,loss $200; no insurance. Snap Vaughan, proprietor Commercial Hotel, loss $7,000; no insurance. Taylor National Bank, furniture and fixtures, loss about $500; no insurance. Rice & Allen, Mill Exchange, loss $200; no insurance. A. C. Burry, machine shop, loss with $500 insurance. Lige Cockrell, barber shop, fixtures, loss $100; no insurance. Abel Harding, fine law library, loss $1,000; no insurance. Murrell & Miller, real estate dealers, loss $300; no insurance. Gilpin & Wilkerson, millinery, loss $2,000; with $.1,000 insurance. J. H. Williams, harness shop, loss $500; no insurance. I. T. Bomar, repair shop, loss $100; no insurance. Singer Sewing Machine Company, store room, loss $100; no insurance. Mrs. M. E. Barbee, owner of the Puryear building, loss . $3,500; with $2,5Q0 $1,-S0- 0; Mrs. Elizabeth Robertson, of this place, who was in her 88th year, being 87 last December, died at the residence of her granddaughter, Mrs. Gordon Montgomery, last Wednesday morning, MANAGED BY ADAIR COUNTY,' after an illness but a few days. The NEWS AND RUSSELL & CO. , deceased was widow of Mr. Fed Robertson and a daughter of Mr. Hiram Turk, both of whom died many years ago. The deceased, Mrs. Rober How End tson, leaves three brothers, Dr. Jas. Turk, of Clinton, Mo., Mr. C. C. Turk, of California and Mr. Sam Turk, of Week's Voting. Alabama. Mrs. Gordon Montgomery, Mrs. Geo. F. Stults, Mrs. S. N. Hancock, were her granddaughters. She also leaves two sons, G. W. Robertson COUNTERS, J. W. FLOWERS, BRUCE MONTGOMERY AND ROBERT REED. and J. K. Kouertson and their children, who reside in New Mexico, one grandson in Alamama, Dr. J. G. Staples, Ballots cast in Piano contest to Monday night, 7 p.m., March 20, 1911. Geo. W. Staples, of this place, another 421 125 Nellie Follis, Columbia grandson, and his his two brothers who 137 425 Rose Hunn, Columbia reside in the west. 708 675 C. Browning, Milltown. Mrs. J. The deceased was a very entertaining 679 750 Mrs C. M. Russell, Columbia. old lady and had enjoyed remarkably 645 650 Ethel Moore, Purdy good health during all the years of her 570 200 Julia Price, Bliss life until a short time before her death. 297 225 Bell Butler, Columbia She was a woman who had opinions 288 950 Alva Knight, Jamestown and she spoke them. Her expressions 2S7 250 Lucile Winfrey, Columbia. are often quoted about town. She was 287 025 Rosa Bell, Nell. emphatic in all her declarations, no one 223 050 Ada Feese, CaneValley never left her company without know: ...:.:. 200 800 Louise Grissom, Columbia ing her opinion on general and local 193 725 Nellie Waggener, Columbia questions 185 975 Fannie Sandusky, Glensf ork Many years ago she confessed her J . 17 700 i. Nora Bradshaw, Montpelier Savior, united with the Cumberland 168 200 J oppa Luttie Barger, Presbyterian church, living a consistent 165 400 Ella Conover, Columbia member until the day of her demise. ." .M.' . ".Z 146 150 Lee Vista Royse, Columbia. The funeral services were held in the 134 300 j. . . Allie Garnett, Columbia Presbyterian church last Thursday : . .v. : 131 100 lna Hulse, Columbia forenoon, conducted by her former pas130 925 Nancy Willis, Columbia tor, Rev. W. H.CSandidge, of Greens-bur-.- ?. .'.".,. 130 300 Bettie Loy, Fairplay assisted by Rev. J. R. Crawford, 125 500 Hulda McFarland, Rowena. . . pastor of the Presbyterian church, here, H Pctollu RnnnoH 122 950 There were many present to pay 121 500 Mary Miller, Columbia their respects to one who had lived such 119 300 Rosa May Conover, Montpelier a long and useful life, and who was 112 900 Valeria Turner, Glenville ready to meetTier God. The interment 107 900 Upton, Glensf ork Helen was in the city cemetery 7V 106 600 Mallie Moss, Columbia Breeding Zella Fields, The Meeting. 91 500 Mattie Gibson, Breeding, THE PIANO CONTEST. good active man to sell the Singer-Sewin- g Machine and handle accounts in Youn$ Kentucky Girl Thinks She Adair county. 1 have a good proposition for the man who means business. Found Happiness Enough G. R. Holt, Manager, Eloped to Jeffersonville. Campbellsville, Ky. rfA 18-I- m the Candidates Stand at the of Seventeenth ...-....-- . ."--: g, .- Pn-rrl- Mr. John Sandusky, who is employLosing her watch but gaining a hused at the roller mill, met with a slight band was the experience Miss Annie L. Blakeman, of Green county, Ky., who accident last Thursday forenoon. The eloped to Jeffersonville yesterday with machinery was in motion, and he got James R. Tutt, Jr., a clerk in his fath- two fingers on his left hand caught beers store at Milltown, Ky. The two tween cogs, chopping the ends a little. were married at noon by Magistrate .ve, Jr., Clara Neat, Wil-lar- d James S. Keigwin. Exactly how the JohnD Li Neat, Herbert Shaw, W. H Rowe, watch was lost the bride was not able i Sidney Dunbar, Robert Caskey, Darel to say. She missed it immediately Strange, Latitia Paul, Minnie Ingram following her marriage. were baptized into the Christian Church In returning to the boat to go back to last Sunday afternoon. Louisville, Mrs. Tutt discovered she had also lost a large button off I er MEN and WOMEN, sell guaranteed wrap. She said that she had lost her hose. 70 per cent, profit. Make $10 watch, a button and her name through going to Jeffersonville, but gussed she daily. Full or part time. Beginners had found happiness enough in gaining investigate. Wear Proof, 3038 Chest2 nut St., Philadelphia, Pa. ,a husband. The bridegroom was born in Adair Public sale of culled lumber and county, and will be 21 years "old in July. His father. James R. Tutt, Sr., is a stovewood at the Standard Hardwood merchant at Milltown. The bride is a lumber mill next Saturday. The sale native of Hart county, and will reah will commence at 1 o'clock p. m. the age of 19 in July. She is a daughtAttend the public sale of culled lumer of Walter Blakeman, who lives in ber and stovewood at the Standard Adair county and is a farmer. An Hardwood mill next Saturday afternoon affidavit as to the ages of the pair was 1 made by W. G Johnston, who acted as at o'clock. chaperon for the couple. 1 will grind corn at my mill every-The above account is taken from tbe Saturday I will also sell shingles,and Courier-Journa- l. The groom is a young have plenty now for the market, either business man, about Columbia, where he attended college for oak or chestnut. a year or two. He is popular with all E. A. McKinley the young people of his locality and will Mr. J. B. Barbee bought ten horses experience no trouble in getting along in Indiana, last week, for this market. in the world. The News extends iN best wishes. The marriage occurred They are good ones, He paid from $85 to $185 per head. last Tuesday. 14-1well-know- n 12-3- m ' More Yotes in Piano Contest. We will Mr. J. C. Strange has had his residence newly painted greatly improving the appearance of the building. surance. The United States Army Recruiting was destroyed with all flags, signs, etc. The Electric Light and Telephone Companies lose heavily. Some of the guests of theCommer-cia- l Hotel had narrow escapes. The estimates of the losses are taken Some of from the Courier-Journa- l. them appear to be overestimated, but as no one has sent in a report from the scene, we give what is before us. Campbellsville has suffered greatly from fires in recent yeats, nd we hope that the buildings destroyed will be re placed with substantial bricks. Office w K- i - K j5 . ' 'Wit good as he 'expected The bank is only about two months old, and that new deMr. Jo Sandusky lost one of his teeth positors are daily coming in. He ex last Sa Uirday. He was at the turning Country Residence Burned. pects the business to increase as the lathe, a piece of the machinery flew out striking him in the mouth with the The colorel Normal School near this months come and go result as above stated. Last Wednesday afternoon the resituwil nass luit cuiuiicu, emu. u uuugaMr J. B Rasner has removed from dence of Mr. U. N. Whitlock, five j stand is doing a good work. It is under Columbia to Ella, this county. He will In publishing the names of the conMiles west of Columbia, and all its the management of U S. Bradshaw conduct a store at the last named place. testants in the Boys contest the name contents, were distroyed by fire. It is who recieved his training from the He is a good citizen and we trust Notice. that of Bryon Royse was left out. Bryon supposed to have caught from a de Frankfort School a number of years he will do a good business. His brothis fifteen years old and industrious and fective flue. As soon as the fire was ago, and who has been teaching his er, Mr. J. T. Rasner, will occupy the will make others hustle for the main discovered, the a arm was sounded, and The new Cumberland Presbyterian people in this and adjoining counties building he vacated here, and will run premium. neighbors reached the burning building ' for several years. a grocery store and restaurant. xs quickly as possible, but too late to .Kentucky, will be ready for Presby-- 1 Fireless Cookers. aave but little of the household goods. tery, which meets there on Saturday, The dwelling house which was owned Notice. The loss is estimatedat $2,000, $1,250 April 1st at 11 o'clock a. m'. by Green Johnston, of color, located on insurance. We take it that Mr. Whit-Joc- k Any one interested in the Fireless W. H. Johnson, Oak Hill, was consumed by fire last I will say to stock raisers, hatI Cooker would do well to consult Mrs. will rebuild. Mr. Whitlock and W. R. Johnson, Friday night. All the household goods have opened the season with Duke of family are excellent people and they on the subject. Special J. C. Baultj were burned. Green and his wife Adair, my high bred saddle and harness J. R. Crawford 'aave the sympathy of the county in the inducements for. the next 30 days. Call Building Committee. were not in the building, living in Stallion, and also Echo, the noted mule loss of their home. phone 31-- c They think it was set ; another house. Jack. This stock will make the season The case against Aaron Beard, this on fire, but have no clue. Miss Jennye McFarland is not a salesof 1911 at my bam I mile North of Mrs. Autrusta Montgomery Conner. county, charged with perjury, was callM ontpelier on Russell's Creek lady in a store at Indianapolis, as we na.4-ninr nnnnnnfiflfl it lnof ed in the Federal Court, Louisville, last e V. M. Epperson Barred Plymouth Rock iJ the best all stated in the News. She is in the is not dead, bur well and week. The accused plead guilty and weeks News, department of a large retail espurpose chicken that crows or cackles, enjoying fine health. The mistake oc- Judge Evans fined him one dollar and tablishment. fine layers, healthy and vigorous while Ml Walter tfrazee. Secretary-o- f curred in this way: Mrs. Conner lost gave him two months in prison. Lisle young hence easy to raise. No pen in Bible School Work, will hold a State her cow, and Mrs. Sallie Montgomery, Baker, of color, this town, was also t W.Q ofofa nuror hrAfl tVinn TnTno anri nn Bible Institute in Columbia begining The wife of Mr Elijah Melson, who Mother of Mrs. Conner, wrote to her before the Court, charged with selling j individualaj eggs for sale 17 for Friday night March 31, continuing over lived on Crocus, this county, died last better little niece, saying that Augusta's cow liquor. He was acquitted. The Pope and Pope strain. $1.00. Sunday night. All the schools in the Wednesday morning. She was between died. The little niece read it without A S. Chewning, Columbia, Ky. county of the Christian Church are re sixty and seventy years old, and was a tf. noticing the word cow, hence the re5,000 votes in Piano -- contest for victim of dropsy. quested to send delegates. port of the- death of Mrs. Conner. This each dollar spent in oar novelty JewelFob Sale: Full blooned White Leginformation comes from Mrs, R. L. ry Department. The'contest closes the first day of Culled lumber for sale at the StanLcwiaville, and the News horn eggs, 15 for 50 cents. Hatcher, April, on Saturday night. dard mill next Saturday afternoon. Co. Rissell Mrs. John D. Lowe. : takes great pleasure in giving it. - The attendance at the series of meetings which commenced at the Christian church became so great that it was necessary to remove to the court-housand that large auditorium has been crowded to its utmost capacity each evening. Eld Brandt is a thorough scholar, and perhaps the most gifted pulpit orator that ever visited Columbia. Being exceedingly forceful, his stories of the lowly Nazar.ene, are tcld in the most thrilling and captivating manner. It is indeed a treat to hear him, and his coming to Columbia will evidently result in much good. All religious people are hearing him, and if critics have been present, they have made themselves known only in praise, eulogizing the speaker in the most complimentary language The meeting will continue until next Thursday night, closing with an illustrated lecture on the Passion Play. No one should fail to hear it. Eld. Brandt's Mr. Berg and wife, are with him in the meeting, rendering inspiring songs and doing personal work. Mrs. Berg has endear ed herself to the children whom she is taking a special interest in, teaching them religious songs and giving much wholesome advice. These three godly persons will long be remembered by both saint and sinner of this community, The largest crowd that ever assembled in Columbia, to hear a discourse, Sunday wedged into the court-hous- s night. Eld. Brandt's theme was Paul's Defense of Himself before King Agrippa. The speaker's oratorical powers are great, and upon this occas- ion he seemed to be at his best. His language was choice, his oratory perfect, thrilling the hundreds who heard him. He closed with a touching appeal to sinners and fifteen young men "and young women went forward and made confessions. e, son-in-law, PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY. W. H. C. Sandidge, Ebineezr. Z. T. Williams. Columbia. J. R. Crawford, Columbia. G. W. Pang burn, Pleasant Ridge. J. F. Black, Clear Spring. W. J. Levi, Union Chapel. J. Menzies, Mt Hope. B. M. Currie, Tabor. TE. Ennis, Greensburg. W. S. Dudgeon, Charity. J. F. Roach, Harrods Fork. L. F. Payne, Russell Springs. D. H. Howerton, Cane Valley. W. B. Cave, Gradyville. Mr. J. P. Dohoney, Sr.,soldhis farm, lying on the Burkesville pike, three miles from Columbia, to his brother, Mr. John C. Dohoney. The considra-rioni- s private. The former Dohoney has purchased a lot from Mr. Allen Walker and will build a handsome residence and remove to this place. The lot is located on Greensburg street Mr. Dohoney is a fine citizen and himself and family will be valuable acquisitions to Columbia Mr. J. C. Dohoney has sold a part of the farm upon which he lives, to his son, Richard, and he will remove to the farm he purchased from Mr. J. P. Dohoney. The compositor, in setting up Mr. Perryman's response, last week, to the Pennycuff letter, missed his figures. He referred the readers to the 26th chapter of Proverbs and the 4th yerse. The compositor set up 16th Chapter. Now, in order to get the force of Mr. Perryman's reply, the readers of the News should read, as he put it the 26th chapter of Proverbs and 4th verse. give 50,000 votes with each A nice house and lot for sale in Cane Sewing Machine sold at any price. We Valley. Also a well equipped paying Attention. have them at $12.50, $16.00, $18.00, Barber shop. A good location for any Levi Dulin, 35.00, the best one desiring a home. AH persons having notes or accounts $25.00 $30,00 and I7-Cane Valley, Ky.. against the estate of the late Dr. W. make on the market. T. Grissom will present same, properly Russell & Co. .Be at the culled lumber sale at the verified, to the First National Bank or Standard mill next Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Lizzie Grissom, surviving widow, Miss Annie Smith.of this place, Lizzie Grissom, Exectx. tf. closed a school at Gardia, Ga., a few Mr M. O. and R. E Stevenson sold, days ago, and immediately commenced last week, a tract of land in Russell A very good audience witnessed the a five months term at Hagan, Ga. county, to Mollie Marcum for $1,500. debate at the Lindsey-Wilso- n last Fri- Our information is that Miss Smith is day night, all the debators acquitting maKing good in tne soutn, and is a For Sale. themselve well. The question discuss popular teacher. She merits the good ed was. Resolved, that United States will of both parents and pupils. Senators should be elected by popular A twenty acre tract of land, very vote. Fred Rainwater and I. W. NaMr. Oscar McBeath was taken quite sirable, in the Graded School pier affirmed; negative, C. B. Diddle ill with acute indigestion while sitting out of town limits. and Wyatt Romine. The Judges were in the Paull Drug Co's , store, last 3t. R. R. Conover. Prof. W. M.. Wilson, W. A. Coffey and Thursday afternoon. After adminisC S. Harris. The Judges report that tering restoratives he became better, If you want cheap store wood be at the qustion was handled, like young and was conveyed home, and the next the Standard Hardwood mill next Sats:atesmen, and that the affirmative won day was very much improved. urday afternoon. by a few points. The freeze last Wednesdaynight killn Mr. B. F. Tupman, a Mr. Ray Flowers returned from a ed all the peaches in this section of the citizen of Adair county, has been in a ten days trip last Saturday. While at very critical condition for several weeks, State. Bjvling Green he was entertained at He is at the home of his sister, Mrs. dinner at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. W. It looks very much like a close finish P Dunbar, who resides in the M. Rowe He states that they have a Knifley country. will close tbjj piano contest. He is afflicted with a most elegant home, surrounded with chronic trouble and is bedfast. Bear in mind that the piano contest everything that goes to make life comcloses the last day of this month. fortable. They are keeping ten fine cow?, the product in the way of butter Barred Plymouth RocK Fowls Exand milk making them one hundred dolclusively Eggs Eggs. Eggs for Sale. lars per month. 4t de-distr- ict. well-know- J. A. Diddle, President of the 15 eggs $1.00, 10o eggs $5.00. I have 1 have the pure barred Plymouth Bank at Gradyville, was in Columbia a fine grade of fowl stock from the Rock. The strain from Pope & Pope, last Thursday. He stated to a News noted breeders as Pope & Pope, Louis- Louisville. 60 cents for 15, delivered Mrs. Ida H. Paxton, at Columbia or Knifley. representative that the. banking busi- ville Ky Roilingburg, Ky. Mrs. Ben Thomas. ness in his town so far had been as Mr. 18-3- m 19-- 3f Absher, Ky. Born, to the wife of Henry Sullivan, March I2th, a daughter. Born, to the wife of J. N. Atwell, March 16, a son James Walker. I have a nice five room cottage for Dr. W. F. Cartwright. rent, tf. Judge Geo. Herriford sold nis residence last Monday to Mr. Sam Beck ( for $1,700. Notice. All parties owing me for merchandise would oblige me f they would settle at once. ' Frank Sinclair. House and lot for rent Frank Sin-- ... post-offic- clair. FOXES WANTED. i ! rey and Bed Fo.xes J2.00to$io0 Squirrels .50to 1.00 75 to l.'S Coons.... And Express. Send name of your express office In fin G letter. - W. T. HODGEN. Box 233 CaiapMlTiU-,!vj r ,' u - THE 'ADAIR COUNTY NEWS posed to Bragg Johnson their Columbia District, Second Round. aged father, that the reward of The following boys have entered the Jamestown, Jamestown April $200 would be paid to him if he corn contest. This interesting: olan of corn growing was gotton up by M. C could persuade the two men to Monticello, Mill Springs, April Rankin, Commissioner of Agriculture. surrender. The arrangements The Corn Contest. The seed corn will be sent toN. H. Moss, County Judge of Adair county, were made and will be here for distribution in a noon sheriff i I easy. Think how it is with own shoulders. oUi;iiiuiaiuiiUiiiiiiiiiiiiiUiiUii aiiiiiiuuiiiiiuiuiiiiiuiiiiai I Montpelier. neath. age Pyrus. Bradford Parnell, Harry Allen, age 15, Columbia. Amidst much subdued exciteMorrison Johns m, age 10, Columbia. ment she promptly called the W. R. Nelson, age 12, Joppa. ' young boaster to task, made him Edgar Royse, age 14, Garlin. Nathan Rice, age 12, Cane Valley. rub out the writing and ordered Geo. Page, age 12, Cane Valley. The following prizes have been offered him to stay after school for pun- -' by Adair county people: . ishment. L the largest yield, $25 j Quite a little while after school 15 2 the next largest yield 3 largest yield at leatt expense io ne sauntered out ana was met 12, 14, ! ; Onions are one of the crops that Campbellsville Cir., Roachville need regular and heavy fertilizaMay 20-- 21. Thurlow, Lady's chapel, May tion of the whole ground, and ope cannot make money with 23. Greensburg, Hodges chapel, onions if .planted wide enough for horse cultivation. May 24. Bryon Dudley, age 13, Glenville. Spurlington and Early, Poplar Keep a full record of your fai m Powell Marshal, age 14, Glenville. operations this year. Unless you It Pays to Advertise. Grove, May 25. John D. Lowe Jr., age 13, Columbia Wesley chapel. do this you will profit little in exMannsville, Johnson Price, age 13, Columbia. Some few weeks ago at a social May Henry Garnett, age 10, Columbia. perience. If you keep a correct 2728. Edgar Sanders, age 12, Columbia held near Lebanon stories were Campbellsville station, May 28 record, you may profit in both Teddy Harper, age 11, Gradyville. told by a number of guests. Joe experience and finance. Asure Knifley, age 12, Knifiey. 29. Dan Wolford, age 15, Casey Creek. j Mike Purdy sprung the following Casey Creek, Pellyton, June 3 The more corn the more stock; Vitus Monday, age 12, Knifley. good one: "A rather pretty school -- r4. Roy Walker, age 13, Casey Creek. the more stock the richer the land ma'am, teaching a country school Cleat Blair, age 13, Parson. Columbia, June 1011. j the richer theland the more con-Willie Wilson, age 13, Columbia. was shocked on returning after and there you have the secret Cane Valley, June, 1112. Demmon Keltner. age 12. Gradyville. noon one day to see boldly writLafe Bardon, age 10, Columbia. Gradyville, June,17 18. of a rotation that is sure to bring Hogard Campbell, age 14, Sparkes- ten on the blackboard the words: success. Temple Hill, June,20 21. ville. j 'I can kiss longer and hug harder Entirely too many people in K. H. Whitlock, age 14, Bliss. Tompkinsville, June, 22. 'than any boy in this school,' Ralph W. Willis, age 11, Joppa. this world are making themselves West Tompkinsville, June,24 Estal Blair, age 14, Parson. with a lad's under croos-eyelooking ior the street j j i I , ! i and Tuesday afterBurton and Mr. John- sbort time: ' son drove to the home of Rich Caleb Caldwell, age 14, Portland Ky. Robert Caldwell, age 15, Milltown. mond and brought them back to J. W Bennett, age 15, Columbia. the Lebanon jail. C. M. Smith, age 15, Columbia. It will be remembered that Lesley Banks, age 14, Cane Valley. Bryon English, age 15, Columbia. both George and John Johnson Bruce Grissom, age 12, Bliss. were convicted at the January Edgar Harris, age 14, Columbia. term of the circuit court of the J. D. Gowen, age 13, Sparksville. Oley Roe, age 14, Sparksville. murder of John Rodman near Otis England, age 15, Sparkesville. the city limits last May and senSam Simpson, age 12, Breeding. Henry Morgan, age 15, Columbia. tenced to life imprisonment in Buford Conover, age 13, Columbia. the penitentiary. It was a brutal Rollin Keltner, age 15, Gradyville. Will Ed Hunter, age 14, Gradyville murder and eleven of the jury Almarine Sharp, age 12, Gradyville. voted for the death penalty. Garland Pickett, age 15, Pyrus. With the Johnsons, Jimmy Howard Russell, age li, Absher. Burton, age 15, Absher. Dock Josh Abell, Robert Anderson and Julian Stapp, age 14, Roy. C. M. Tucker escaped. Abell wa3 Tennie Cundiff, age 14, Columbia. C. H. Rodgers. age 15, Pickett. captured, and conveyed to the Dewey Kemp, age 12, Pickett. ' penitentiary two weeks ago to Jenkins Pi kett, age 12, Pickett. serve a life sentence, under the Henry Wilson, age 13, Columbia. Stewart Hutchison, age 15, Columbia, habitual criminal act. But little Bascum Dohoney, age 15, Columbia ertorc was maae to capture me Frank Hughes, age 10, Cdlumbia. other two. Lebanon Falcon. Shreves Davis, age 13, Columbia. j Shearing sheep too closely, :2 12. even in the warm weather, is a bad pracfcice as either a chill or 8- -9. a sun scald is liable to result. West Monticello, Mt Pleasant, A mixture of a little salt, char- April 1112. coal, ashes and lime Russell Springs, Mt"" Oliver, has a good effect upon parasites :5 April 1516. of the digestive system of either :5s Burkesville, Grider, April 22 young pigs. 23. Enough extra time is wasted :3 Bear Creek, Goose Creek, April every year with matted' and sod- Offer for the Next Twenty ,2 j J Days or as Long as s H , Stock Lasts air-slack- I 3 s One Car Load Of Wagons At the Following Prices Mitchell 21 Gears Only " Milburn 3 Milburn $40 00 . l z E E - - $42 50 $45 00 25. 3i " " E: - Peytonsburg, Spears chapel April 29 April 27. Renox, Providence, 30. Clinton, Five Springs, May 6 7. ded over weeds to keep our fields clean several years if the work had been done in time. Many fields of alafalfa are ruined by too close pasturing, the stock eating the crown of the Woven Wire Fence 1 Ten Thousand Rods . plants so that they are injured Albany, Maupin, May 910. and they cannot-senout young Glensfork, Creelsboro, May 13 shoots. 14. s Guaranteed the Best Wire and 20 Better Galvanized than any other Fence. i SE B: " 3 3 3 Note Prices sEr S 26 in 7 Bars Regular Standard Farm Fence 18c The Rod ' " 32 " 8 " " 22c " " g gg " 9 " " " " " ox " " " 48 " 10 " " 28 "" Barbed Wire Small 80 rod Spools $1 70 Spool " " Large 80 " " $2 50 " " r s: We are offering $5 000 00 worth of new Up todate Clothing at 25 Prices. Off Lowest Cash No fixed up prices and no dark at Closet Sale. We offer $4 000 00 Worth of New Clean Shoes 20 per cent off Lowest Cash Prices We have a few Thousand Pounds of the BEST PATENT FLOUR any Mill Ever Made that we will sell at 70c, 24 lb bag, or $5 50 the Barrel Hogless Lard 50 lbs $5 00 Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs $6 25 Everet T. Moore, age r sio-natur- e We are offering Dry Goods at Remarkably Low Prices. We will Discount the lowest Cash Prices 10 per cent on the following lines. Manure spreaders, Mowing Machines, Cultivators, Walking and Riding Corn Planters. Corn Drills. Plows. Disc Harrows, 25. d ; i best best 6 bast 7 best S best M host 10 best 4 5 11 12 18 14 ; by a number of anxious chums, 15 16 17 IS 19 20 best best best for 10 largest and best ears 10 next best 10 best for 5 largest and best ears next best best bet 'Did with the usual questions: she lick you?' 'No,' he answered, Did she scold you?' 'No, 'Well, what did she do?' 'Well, I ain't sayin' nothin' about what she did,' was the 5 answer, 'but I can just tell you , .. . . 121 . .. one tning, and that it 5 tellows Lebanon 5 pays to advertise. ?! Falcon. . 5 ' Program. $148; No one to receive more than one prize j Qf pifth Sunday meeting of Each boy is to bring in exihit of his j corn to the corn show in Columbia at a j Second North Concord associotiori date to be fixed later. to be held with Free Union Captured and Conveyed Frankfort. to church on Saturday and .Sunday 29 and 30 of April, 1911. 1. Devotional exercises, 10 a. I - Tuesdav afternoon at 5:30- m. George and John Johnson, who 2. Our association and its escaped from the Marion county needs, J. S. Wade and Aaron jail on the night of Febuary 19, Wilson. were returned to the jail and literature, 3. Denominational Wednesday morning were con- M. T. Grime and J. M. Williams. veyed to the penitentiary, at 4. The Bible plan of forgiving Frankfort by Sheriff John A. one another, C. L. Bradley and Burton and deputy Tom Stayton. W. F. J. Wilson. The Johnsons had never been SUNDAY MORNING 10 O'LOCK. out of Marion county, but had 1. Bible sanctification and mod-ebeen hiding in the knobs and sanctification compared, J.O. m making their headquaters at the home of Uriah Richmond,a broth who lives on the farm of Leslie Gribbins about 2 miles from Bradfordsville. Their long confinement in jail and exposure to the inclement weather during their two weeks of liberty had brought each to the verge of er-in-la- w, Sutherland and C. L. Bradley. 2. How to secure better discipline in our churches, J. R. Grider and E. G. Wilson. 3. How to develop a greater interest in Sunday school work, M. T. Grime, J. O. Sutherland and J. S. Wade. a. collapse. -.- The officials here learned the location of the prisoners, but real; tial. The hens will do their own For Rent. The Bank of Rome has decided in the spring in a mellow seed izing the hard work it would reOn June, 30, 1910, Hawaiiwas shelling, if you throw out the quire to cabture them with so to open an office at Constantino- bed. I have an eight room dwelling on aa which ears in short, broken peices. many hiding places at their dis- ple, with a branch office at You can't toughen a horse to using 861 automobiles, of lot Take a few of j our best layers acre in Columbia for rent. the sping work in a day, Start in 555 were, in the City of Honolulu. posal as the knobs afforded, pro- - Jerusalem. T. G. " '!- V - held at Russell Springs June 1 and foolish as huntinS for the The first day will bePtof old at the end of the 1,ainbow- Clod Crushers and Pulverizers, Buggies and Surreys. taken for the work of the Sun- ' Just as soon as the frost is out day School and Epworth League of the ground it will do to sow ftfoodson Lewis, Ky. conference. onion seed and Peas' Beets earI Let all local preachers read the Correspondence Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ZZ u: i.., .r .niiiiiiij U.... LlUV,..Ut..iV,V,- uululuhs suiuaun, iciuisues anu .... i V.f3.i.ie, iii t ii ill lettuce at the district conference and m i may be planted early, too. aminmmmminminmmm ipm?rmwnm!!i mm?n?iK .i it enaer vesetaoies snoum wait; uaeiravojafVLr wjcrmm govern themselves accordingly. aunntJi rwriiiaiw I especially request that al uritiI APril or' Ma Says the Owl. out.of the main house and keep When yU P!ant' tm3 Spring, ivtin lnu rtnrl nrav AaiW fnr Hioi them in a place by themselves, t LI1C X.JLJiy o.,:..:- nnu sow a few seeds of kindness. A single man is doubly attract- - with the best ....r. (JlCBCIltC Ul lu rri,r tDJllij. J.11C rooster you can They will flourish so and produce-- . committee are as follows: get. lve to a spinster. License, J. L. Murrell, J. A. isuch an abundant crop of good Do not give eggs to any broody Money is the thing wives look cheer that you will be encouraged R. T. McConnell. Johnson, hen until she is surely broody, as an- - iui wniie imsoaims sieep. of hhis rn nlnnr. Inro-PlAdmission, B. M. Currie,- R. L. Any woman can take a hint- - hens. like the4 weather at this other year. No crop pays better. Talley, J. P. Van Hoy. season ot the vear. are rather U" suhed as a "beauty It is a mistake to plant the Orders, J. H. Walker, D. T. Wft The storv of Lot's- wife should! n.Mf.,Kin3 i . 111 same types of vege . uit Tarter, G. W. Pangburn. aee tnat tne nesc ot the early same spot year after year: keep be taken with a grain of salt. T. L. Hulse, P. E. sitter is; airtight. This can be Don't be a grouch generator; them moving to prevent insects accomDlished by placing a sheet Farm Notes. and disease from getting a foot- grouches have no market value. of heavy naner in the bottom. hold, and it is a mistake to for- An umoreiia dealer says there Sprinkle the paper well with coal Weeds are costly. iget that a garden needs plant are lots of hold ups on rainy oil to discourage lice and use A sour manger is an abominafood in order to nourish vegeta- - days. plenty of straw. tion. bles properly. Stable manure and a good thing to tell the it's Mites dislike whitewash. Plant the garden when the a sprinkle of bonemeal will do. t truth occasionally, just to keep Hens cherry blooms. need a very liberal supnicelv. Farm Journal. in practice. ply of water in order to make A Weeds are not a necessity, but Love is blind, but after marri-- 1 eggs and digest Montpelier. heir food. a costly luxury. age a man is apt to take an ocIf you are in the poulty busi Make a good seed bed before Mr. Geo. Aaron closed a very casional ness right, it is not too earlv to planting corn, potatoes and gar- interesting little school at this A woman cares very little begin piarminj, for your breed. den. place last Fridav. He means to whether she is comfortable or ing pens f()r next yeap The old brood sow should be conduct a normal here later. not provided her gown is sty- - No one can breed up a fine Mr. T. G. Had ley sold his crop lish. kept as long as she remains vigflock of p.hirkpn5 '.vijtsuu n.,llm I.UlllJg of tobacco to Mr. Cyrus Camporous. Anyway after exploring the closely This often seems diffi- interior of the whale Mr. Jonah cult, but it is absolutely neces- If you boubt whether a .pig en- bell for $113. joys grass give him a chance to Miss Liza Montgomery and did't go around lecturing about sary. mother, Ozark, visited friends it. show you. In an experiment made by a Many a rich man has barley poultry keeper last winter, 18 The time is fast approaching and relativs here last week. missed landing in jail. Miss Gertie Murrah sold a nice hens that were fed milk laid when the dairyman will find he young cow to Mr. Oaks for $30. more eggs than 100 fed on cut can't afford pasture. iome Poultry Items. bone and meat. Mr. T. G. Hadley, son and two The brood sow needs a mixture If you use wet mashes let the Jamaica is more populousih in which there is plenty of food daughters, will leave for St. Joe Mo., next week to make their water be warm. proportion to its size than Spain, rich in protein. ' The eggs from these hens will Turkey, Russia and some other Feeding cow milk to young future home. Rev. C. M. Deener will preach be your stock for the chicks that European countries. The white lambs is a very dangerous practice, and is very apt to kill them. at Williams Academy next 'Sun- are to be. Get up a little higher people, however, are. outnumbered by the blacks and colored Clover sown without a nurse day afternoon, and organize a this year. A corn sheller is not an essen- by nearly fifty to one. crop should be sown very early Sunday School. 6-1. The. District conference will be of eas-- v n'oney- - This is as vain ' i ..; i Greensbur 1 - n-;i- ,. i- i i - . t ' ! ; i - j - j hint-";cha- j n v.. i , .1 . . ! t j ; -- eye-opene- r. j wit-Vinn- f j , t I . , ,. . JSl- srt ..,'- jw .fc' ;i :s Wit.": 1 i. ., s&-- r v f?UJ " - Ii. - :t'2 ifci.,trf'i : ; . ,. ' .rT.t. 7 j&jl&jh . ? - ti" .- - VB TtfF ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 THE Our Fifth Annual Catalo: Is ready for distribution. This book will prove a valuable guide to the home furnisher, as the faithful illustrations of LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR BRIGHTER, Rugs, Carpets aqd Linoleums make it Possibe to do Your Shopping at Home Every item is of greatest interest and the Lace Curtain and Drapery pages add spe cial value to our attrartive offerings- Write us a card to day for the Catalog BETTER, Hnhhiiff oM BIGGER THAN EVER mm. & p iifsi i pc wgiienaarrr. Incorporated the;regul.r price of 522 and 525 West Market St. THE LOUISVILLE TIKfc Louisville, Kentucky. IS If YOU 5.O0 A YEAR. HILL Sim YOUR ORDER ass TO US, YOU CAN GET ,yI $ & - fi$SM FRANK Marble Cemetery work of all -- i fp WEi CORCORAN Hteh - Grade s Granite See US before you THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS FB AND kind.... buy iiaSstecaeE:. J&MS8K! cN X X.X Represented by C. Q. Jeffries in this and adjoining counties - Main Street, Lebanon, Ky, 3K THE LOUSSVILEE ESS? TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR irS"'4CTB Only two More weeks In Which bu Ell J. w8?GKto4tom v XxIXX Courier-Journ- al $? FOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES it th'e best afternoon paper printed I IIS anywhere. Has the best corps of correspondents. Covers the Kentucky field per II 111 J Muly I j I The Adair County News and Both er-b- One Year for $1.50. Neatsburg. Bussiness of all kinds is progressing nicely in this vicinity. le Mr. S. A. Winfrey of has moved to his farm at this place. Camp-bellsvil- bllo riylib fectly. Covers the general news field completely. The Piano is Worth Working For, III irxm m But You Must Keep Busy to Winit m J. IT', ) Has the best and fullest markets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics, but into the adjoining county, standing the farmer on his head on the other side of the road, tearing one end out of his barn and scattering the hog so that nobody has ever been able to find even a grunt. As soon as the farmer found out what had happened, he joined the church and built a concrete floor in his pen. In results, thi3 is the most effective kick ever known. y suc-sessfu- lly far-reachi- ng Mr. S. L. Chappie has sold his farm to J. J. Watson price unknown. Mrs. Elizebeth Bryant who has been confined to her bed for some time is improving. is the hoarse, startling cough of a child suddenly attacked by croup. Often it aroused Lewis Chamblin, of ManchesSEND YOUR SUBSCRIPter. 0.,R. R. No 2 for their four children wpre greatly subject to croup. TION RIGHT AWAY "Sometimes in severe attacks," he wrote '"we were afraid they would TO THIS PAPER not to The die, but since we proved what a certain remedy Dr. Kings New Discovery is. Louisville Times. we have no fear. We rely en it for Get off your Job. is increasing as that of no other Business Girl's Motto. croup and for coughs, colds or any In 1902 the mileage of wires country has ever increased in throat or lung trouble." So do thousused for telephones was four Neatness, accuracy and wil- history. Let us see ic! Let us The key to success, today is ands of others. So may you. Asthma times as great as that of tele- lingness are the three graces of learn the saving quality of pub- thought to be that a man shall Hay Fever, La Grippe, Whooping graph wires, but five years later the office world for which I will lic works, by which we push the be "on to his job," but if he is Cough, Hemorrhages fly before it. 50c strive during this new year. firing line of our civilization far- really going to amount to any- and U Trial bottle free. Sold by the it was eight times as great. thing, he must occasionally "get Paull Drug Co. I will be prompt and patient ther against barbarism. 11 fair to everybody. i Vote at the News Office and sell Co's Store. tRus- - If H A Pierre Night Alarm f ' . V. , Vr U- - In every state should be a state off: his job!" No matter how work. university, overshadowing every ood a thin a man may be work" I will not gossip about my fel- private university, even as the S for there never was a thing low clerks, but will try to like whole people overshadow any one in this world as big as the man What mother is not looking for man; here the buildings should be himself. The business man who something that will help her childrei them and work with them. splendid, royal; magnificent, be- - submerges himself in business all in the little ills of life, somethir I will remember that the things fitting democracy triumphant. trouble and t. e for the stomach !, day long without a break, who bowel trouble? Long ago she prob- which I must do to earn my bread ably has become convinced that a takes his business home with him child cannot readily swallow a pill and butter must come before How About This Gift? or a tablet, and that to "break them pleasure; and I will strive toward at night and robs home of all its in half and crush them" is an annoyA promising young merchant cnarm with the horrible ance; that usually they work too drastically, and are nauseating and too pow- bigger and better things than I presented his doting mare of the mart, whose sleep is erful for the little one's stomach. Any mother who will take the trouble have done during the last year. sending her name and address can obof wife with a handsome piano lamp but to dream of new ways of tain a free sample bottle of a remedy For my work is my one monu thousands of other mothers are using that as a Yultide gift. He was much turning minutes into money, and now paying for. This remedy Is Dr. ment in this busy world. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and the offer of flattered when she told him to wui probably succeed in gather-giv- e a. free trial bottle Is open to any mother who has not yet used it. Having used yourself it it his name, until he asked jng dollars enough to build him-th- e It and convinced can obtain that in is what It you want, you the fuwhat We Most Need. and ture of your druggist at fifty centsmany reasons for so peculiar a sef a bigger tomb than his one dollar a bottle. Just as so doing, tiie free sample being ethers are But most of all we need a proceeding. neighbor, give his heirse some- simply to convince you of Its merits. It to begin on it. Mrs. It is the best way Harrison street, Chicago, change of heart toward human "Well," she said, "you know, thinK t0 fight over and the law. Davis of 187 W. and Mrs. Mary Belford. 1710 Coke street, Louisville. Ky., both started with a free values. We should give the crown dear, it has a good deal of brass yers enough to pay them for sample and now they write that they The man who is about it. It is hansome to look keeping up the fight, but the have never been without a bottle in the to the worker. bouse since. v Is undoubtedly a great family It as it is adapted to all ages, being on the firing line grappling at first at, requires a good deal rf at- -' man w;ii mss Hfe. UtA s.Tii nleasant to t.lke and vet thor- 4u3hly effective. It i3 especially the hand with the opposing forces tention, is remarkable brilliant, Ideal remedy for children and women and , making bread and is sometimes unsteady on its legs A Very Effective KicR. old folks, who need something pure, mild of natu, nd natural. It has the advantage of beyet contains shelter 'and knowledge and hope liable to explode when only half ing a thorough laxative and A Georgia farmer hid a lot of it for the tonic properties. . Use indigestion, most liver for his fellows should be rever- full, flares up occasionly, is al- stubborn constipation, dynamite he had brought home trouble, sick headache, sour stomach nd such complaints with a guarantee enced. ways out at bed time, and is for blasting purposes under the that it will cure. pleased Br. Caldwell personally will beyou may The only good of money is to bound to smoke." to give you any medical advice floor of his hog pen, and one of family pertaining to aaire for yourself oror bowels absolutely te stomach, liver work. Hoarded it is broke throuh and ate in a make more 5,000 votes iiTpiano contest for his hos free of charge.Tfflll Ixplaintoyour casedetail. itZA. rpnlv vou In a Vio .. ami urusithe, free sampje simpiy sena your useless, dissipated lit becomes The farmer klcked the ho each dollar spent in our novelty Jewel- - & a postal nd address onrequest the card or either V. molt D doctor's weak if not wicked. The wealth ry Department For xr for breaking through the iioor . rA r.14 Til . "rTrnji VnnHnalln Russell "k Co. l and it exploded, blowing a pass- rUlHUus, of the United States of America Free GhikT and put my whole heart into my mm , , night-recentl- y To make hogs of 225 pounds at seven months or 250 pouuds at eight from early March farrows are more profitable than to have much hauling. The spoke factory at this place pigs come in April or May or later since the early pigs are ready to is doing fine buisness. W. F. Grant and son were in make use of the pasture while it is at its best and escape stormy Columbia one day last week. weather before finished." Our merchant J. R. Beard is doing a good business. What is said tc be the oldest pipe organ in the world, is on Kills A Murderer. of Gothland, in the the island A merciless murderer is appendicitis Baltic sea. It "dates from about with many victims, but Dr. King's 1240 A. D. New Life Pills kill it by prevention. Judge Moss and J. S. Breeding passed through this place enroute to Neatsvill for the purpose o f locating a hridge at that placethe people of this county is mighty ty in hopes that will be a go a 3 we need the bridge bad. There is not a place in Adair county that would help the people anj more than a bridge at that place. Messers Robert McCaffee, Hurt, Geo. Stults, a r e i n surveying this neighborhood land for James S. Thomas. Mr. R. B. White was visitng at W. P. Dillingham last Saturday and Sunday. The roads of this place are very bad on the account o f 3 o Lu-cian DR. M. E. JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist, Columbia, Kentucky. They gently stimulate stomach, liver and bowels, preventing that cloggsng that invites appendicitis, curing Constipation, Headache, Biliousness Chills, 25c at Paull Drug Co. rem-A- -- w --- - .- -- ThM-wis- ivi T 1.4 - otber Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes. Has large barn near M. Antle's shop on Bomar Heights. Of (ice In barn. eases of the Eye. Poll Evil. Fistula, and all Special attention given toEDentlstry. Dis- Standing in the barn will spoil ' a horse sooner than good steady work. When you see his legs begin to stock up, hurry and get him to work at something, if it is nothing more than exercising in the yard every day. Keep that up till you have some real business to do. I -- ... .. L. jti ' -- fc A n ri S vAfcfr - i ajc!w.iniJ..w - ! MkVk TBE AL'AJR THE ADAiR COUNTY C ClK'IWtfEWS HEWS MORE ABOUT THE COMMITTEE. The Democratic Published Every Wednesday BYiTHE Georgetown Times: -- Adair County News Company. ( State Executive Committee has shown a fickleness altogether unworthy of a body of men chosen to manage the affairs of a.political party Incorporated.) CHAS. S. HARRIS terest of the City of Columbia and the people every plank in it be in unequivocal dec t Adair and ad jacent counties. laration for the right as against the wrong. Let it be an embodiment of as Entered at the Columbia live issues that means reforms in our class mail .matter. State Government. I'ost-oiHce Owensboro Inquirer: Let a State EDITOR. conventionjbe called to adopt a platform. Let the platform be more than Let newspaper devoted to the in- mere platitudes to catch votes. Democratic ter, a 9 pound girl, the 10th, Of this month. A crowd of young people of Q this place spent last Sunday at Rock House. They took their dinner andjspread it on the rocks just outside the Rock House. Those present were as follows: Misses Ida, Emma and Bessie Black, AdauThurston, Messrs. Asa Perryman, Ernest Ross, C. C. Smith, Claud Black and Reuben Griffith. All reported a good time. I 44444QMQ"fr$s4"to44e444& -- ,cv --Tfxly V figs-ftp- sc&& .y Vi v.. S : rV A x . -- tWPP&Sl mv-v- ? - PS rr vi t&?w lttkif.'H VJSt A . Sheoherdsville News: His stand for Miss Bessie, Campbell was in a platform convention stamps for Hentown shopping Tuesday. for ry R. Prewitt as the proper man to lead Democratic one of our. State committees and a man state offices are moving over the of good sense as wen. we snouia Mrs. Malinda Clayton ,,spent . ?i.L. An j HAT 1nu J have a platform convention by all i'ast monuay wim jyiis. vv. m state. means and if Prewitt cannot beat it in- - Higgingbottom. to the heads of hi3 committee, the Louisville is taking steps to j young Democrats will take up the fight, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rabon raise funds to secure- - the Nation- ' and see that a convention is called. and little daughter, Mabel made Smoke this in your clay pipe, gentle-- ! al Democratic Convention. a trip to Glensfork last Satur- men. WED. iIAECH.22, 1911, X'X ' XT isms. rw?m mmmmmmm& a Wr'ISi7:HHii:a M'gkdimg&A tVy K'ZXJfX&S'j -- .. -- TV imWSmmL."'- arr f r JJ . n - - T" yK. .WSSnSBSMrT X v I X, i . ' -- : candidates - J i i1 I x. fvs ' I AfYXiA y j day to visit relatives and friends. There are two announced canpeouiaua mann is on tne sick use didates for the Republican nom- - pleLeitchfield Gazette: While the want good men to fill the offices, ination for G 0 V e r n 0 r Mr. they want to know what a man stands this week. tor before they vote lor him. You can Miss Nannie Perryman was in Franks and Mr. Cox. j A Ji j Have you seen our New Spring Stock of Buggies and Driving Wagons? Come in and look them over before you buy, perhaps we an save you some money. 4 4 4 ia ic party is not to our liking, but give us a good ticket and a platform convention before the primary, and we believe the state will be redeemed. -- the majority of ; those who have affiliated with the Dem The situation in the Democrat-- 1 , ocratic party in the past to vote for a no longer depend upon d . T .j Rxed Masdware k ColumbiaKv. ; ; j man s.mpiy oecause n, name under the rooster. If the they had leaders think so, . change their minds before it is ever- -' lastingly and eternally too late. Arme(j Mefl Stop Trajns jn Q. & C. Danville Advocate: The State Executive Committee has again met and disbanded and haee finally fixed the r fb fifato nrimarw TVlPV vot ed down a proposition to meet in con-- ! vention to adopt a platform. Why? ' f4at-fo- Master Paul Irwin spent Thurs- . xuunu hfc fl J his grandf ather. & better Dr. J E. Buster at this place. Strike. Eleven soldiers and two insurDanville, Ky., Mch., 15, 11. gents were killed Saturday in the kuitor JNewS.- siege of Ojinika. The Federal The Q. & EC. Freight trains General, through the City of up Monday at Kings Moun- Mexico, appealed to the United At&lWUiC YYCiC raxicttu KJ lUb iitv iutu- .'jcrats of ehe State come together. Why? .tain, Ky about 15 miles SOUth States Government. fUI 1C4tl wv WUU1U ue IC,UU,CU oi here by armed men, sympa set oi commineemen seiecieu tnat were The Republicans are making in favor of promoting the cause and thizers of striking firemen. It Helm. great boasts, saying they will principles of Democracy instead of was also reported that several! playing peanut politics. sticks of dynamite were found, win easily in this state at the November election. When the! Hodeenville Herald: Kentucky Dem in the tunnel 2 miles north of There has been quite a tide in present administration is sifted, ocrats may know they are Oakdale, Tennessee, a short time Old Cumberland River since our and what they stand for without a writ- hefore east rjassens-etrains Cynda. it will be . ten declaration, but there are twenty-- 1 . last writing. ,. i. . five tnousand independent voters in the were aue, aua are navmg a iiul MlSS ... , T, Lhna Helm Was Shopping t iuu liive auiueuimg going State who win want to read some plat. nffrnnhla at King's Mountain, to be doing in Mexico. A hurry form promises before they cast their Ky. They haven't either yard in Creelsboro this week, te8. f.f order from Washington was re- - who are ?"do the. spieling "it fellr master or yard engine. The; Mrs. J. M. Heath spent the party f ceived at San Antonia Saturday, should give a few poinu rs to the peo-t- Superintendent and Chief Dis- - day at the home of Mr. J. E. make up a special train to car-- ! Ple of Kentucky in some resolutions patcher received a message Wooldridge last Sunday. carefully prepared by men having sense ry troops to a point on the enough to write a platform upon which which read as follows: "Superin- Mrs. Lewis Campbell, of , a descent ticket can s'and. ; j was visiting relatives near jraiu mimcui emu uiopauuijci ,,nA is blacked, and yard engine not here this week, There are a good many AmerCarrollton News: The great Demo- icans whofare fin line with the cratic party the dominant party in working. Don't send anymore! The farmers have been quite ' ' Signed, Yard busy the last few weeks sowing insurgents"inMexico. The force Kentucky has failed since 1900 to for- drains here. mulate a platform, the disasters that soil. "a?i!lT,!!?rThenl'":!held 4 4 4 4 4 4 0444444444444I4440444404444 "" . i ' ft Two weeks Treatment FOR 50c. QUIGLEY NERVE TONIC TABLETS FOR NERVOUS TROUBLES These Tablets have been tried for years and found to be an efficacious remedy for nervous disorders indocat-e- d by irritability, weakness, depression. Is a splendid tonic for men or women who are generally run down and who lack ambition or energy. Guaranteed under Pure Food & Drug Act June 30 Serial No. 23126. Sent by mail in plain wrappers. Price per box of a two weeks treatment 50 cents. 6 boxes for 2.50 ! just-wher- e , ; fare-thee-w- - r ell J i . j - thi-ake- , ; o j4. j:4.u j that has beenlburning bridges, fnllnvrH lfs mvtliir'nl onursp. , has ...j etc., south!ofJauraz, is headedd been, in the opinion of The News, welK deserved. It now seems that men and by CaptKOscar C. Creighton, not tenets.and defined principles are to said to be a Harvard graduate. again march to the front under a party emblem, such Deing the decree of the BookerltT. Washington, the! wise men who hold in the hollow of their hands the destinies of the party noted negrofeducator, was fallen of the people of this great Commonupon and severely beaten in New wealth, and perchance the minority party should formulate a platform that York for making advances - on a would suit the fancies and common white 'woman. Mrs. Lola Ulrich sense of the people, better than the appearedat the station house photograph of any man, we, as one of the humble Democrats of Kentucky, and identifiedWashington as the would be unable to lament. Vinvo and Glenmary, Tenn, without ents. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar OldB. F. Sauter, Owner. the special agent and negro fire ham this week. man being shot or run off from Misses Ghoul and Julia Helm w m y u viz vx s!x w iy ni w k w s. MWlV NbVtVtXVMX sis the engine. The report from TKTtsTK :tktk took dinner at Mr. J. W. Jack-man- 's 4 special agent arrived here yeslast Tuesday. LOUISVILLE SHOPPERS terday on a passenger train Misses Maggie and Lettie Woo- Mi IS while guarding a freight train at Find it profitable to do their shopping at our store. We know ldridge visited Leon Lester one you will also find it profitable if you do your shopping at our G e n m a r y, Tenn. , was shot M 7K store, in person or by mail night last week. MX through the mouth from a crowd 7K xr 25c FOULARD Mr. J. B. Hadley and family vi MEN'S SILK MX man who accosted her. !of armed men, sympathizers of 15 c SOCKS 25c moved near Olga this week. $17. SUITS $11.95 Courier Journal: A convention tot strikers. Mercerized Men's Pure Silk The Republican Committee of enunciate the principles of the Demo Foulards, handMr. Ed Helm and wife have black Business is very dull at presThese are exceptionally Socks, in Kentucky before nomiMi some styles, cratic party the Third Railroad District, prerelatives at this TS 25c quality at handsome suits at the price. and colors; 39c 7K nations are made at the primary July I ent. Freight trains are all tied been visiting quality 25cr pared to endorse Judge O'Rear and to provide a platform on which rep- up, and passenger trains are any place. 15c M They are mad from pure resentative candidates can stand is the PURE WOOL MIN. for Governor, but the Judge PERCALE Wooldridge attended 4 hours late. Mr. J. E. wool fabrics and well tailored. most immediate need of the party in where from 1 to SERGE 49c WRAPPERS erred andt would not allow the opinion of James Garnett, of Co- They caenot make the time with the sale of F. Selby's store last MX We show this line in black Pure Wool 95c the action. The Bradly forces lumbia, candidate for Attorney Gener- negro firemen. I do not think Saturday at Rowes X Roads. Ladies Percale and colors, in French Serge, French Serge, as al, who passed through Louisville yesblack and col- VJX Wrappers cut of the state seem determined 7K terday en route for Central Kentucky. that the Engineer will stand for Mr. Oscar Oldham has been Serge, English Worstors; a great valfull, neatly Storm that Judge O'Rear shall not be "I have always been and am now in the fireman to be beat. I think very feeble for the last few days. made: special eds, Fancy Mixtures, etc. ue at 49c nominated, and if the Judge runs favor of the adoption of a platform be- they will walk out in less than 95c Many Suits elsewhere at $17. 50 TABLE DAfore the nomination of candidaes," said Mr. and Mrs. Otha Acree, of i he wants a united party. LADIES SILK MASK 39 Mr. Garnett. "Furthermore I believe 12 hours, also switchmen, train are no better. As ft special Bleached Table this place was shopping in Creels- 7K HOSE-3the platform adopted this year should crews, car men, boiler makers M Ladies' Pure bargain we offer them at Damask, a rs. boro last week. be a progressive one. 1 have full conMX "The old adage, "Keeping everX Silk Hose, with $11.95. quality worth K fidence in the good sense of the mass of and machinists can't stand for Mr. W. J. Perkin bought of lisle top 50c lastingly at it brings success." Democratic voters in Kentucky, and be- the firemen to be beat. 50c; as a great xfc quality 35c special at 30c. MX Wooldridge a bacon hog, seems to be out of joint at this lieve that if they are called together tf: The strike resulted from the Marcus they will provide a platform expressparticular moment with the Dem- ive of .the will of the majority of the refusal of the railroad officials for $13. GATHOFS, - Louisville, Kentucky. ocratic party. The clammor for a people of the State, one on which the to give assurance that white fireMr. A. A. Clayton and wife, jf Eighth and Market platform convention has been candidates nominated at the .primary men should have preference over who have been in Louisville can and will win in November." urgent, emphatic and persistent home Sunday morning. negroes in the matter of profor several weeks, and yet the motion. Since then, efforts of Miss Maggie entertained at Creelsboro. committee fails to listen to this the railroad to fill the places of her home last Sunday afternoon, demand. It is the opinion of with Misses Ella Lester, Ghoul Helm the white JDr, Glider and daughter, Mrs. many leading and negroes have resulted in armed and Mr. Alva McFarland. WATCH MAKER and JEWELER Democrats, that the party can Maud Campbell, of Burnside conflicts. Antle, Supt, was Mr. Robert not win without a platform, and have been visiting friends and! V 1: ' G'GJ Eubankv ; in our midst ohe night this week. it is the desire of a large major- relatives at this place. !'. ity of the voters in the party Mr. Newman Morgan, who has My Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction Miss Bessie Campbell, For Rent. that we have a platform. The been attending-schoo! ' ' Office 1b .',. at Columcommittee seems determined to I have an eight room dwelling on an brother, Hiram of Campbellsville acre lot in Columbiavfor rent. rule or ruin, and it is highly bia has returned home. J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store. G. Rasner T. tf. week, last probable that it will do both. Born, to the wife of C. F. Bus- - grain and turning the freight trains Mrs. J. W. Toler, of Horse Only about three passed through King's Mountain Shoe Bottom is visiting her par- City Hall Pharmacy, LOUISVILLE, KY. Tt7TliT'irvisrrtisri i jm. 1 I in-tert- erf ft 5 re-turn- ed strike-breake- rs well-inform- ed S. N. HANCOCK OPTICIAN -.-- - '- -?. Camp-bellsvil- le l visited her . 3 4. V THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I PERSONAL -"-- .oo Mr. E B Leachman was here from Greensburg Monday. Mr. Lindsey Snow, Russell Springs, was here Thursday. 2-- 8 : John A. Harris was on the sick , st last week. Mrs. Mary Hudson is quiet sick at the home of Mr. C. S. Harris. .Mr. c Jj v -- co ?p 'I i : Farmers Call on " t 0- Miss Ada Feese, of Cane Valley, is visiting Miss May Montgomery. Mr. Geo. McLean is confined to his bed, a victim of rheumatism. xs "o II Dr W. R. Grissom was quite sick a few days of last week. Mr. L. C. Winfrey was in Campbells-vill- e last week, on legal business. Mr. Edwin Hurt was on a business trm to CamDbeUsvilIe last week. Mr. T. W. Taylor, Campbellsville, was here last Friday. Mrs. J. 0. Russell was quite sick several days of last week. -- if 1 I i i t ) .! J : Vrf v j fl ' i s 8 D i Who have used the Vulcan Turning Plow wi buy no other Jeffries Hard Wurp torp They will supply your wants ! II si l t t S i 3 i i 1 Mr John McFarland and W. T.Mc-Farlan- d ! report their mother better. Mr. Robt, and Clarence Marshall, Glensfork, spent Sunday in Columbia. Mr. Horace Massie is sick at the home of his parents, this place. Mr.Brice Walker, Glensfork, is visi- ! r v 1 ( a a w ting relatives in Columbia, this week. Mrs. H. H. Dunbar, Jamestown, Mrs. W. S. Knight to Colum- bia Messrs. W. R. Lyon and B. H. Gilpin were here to see our grocerymen last J I V r j 1 $ . J0 Commissioner's Sale. : Thursday. Mrs. W. S. Knight. Jamestown, visi- ted her daughter, Miss Alvia, from Fn day till Sunday. Prof.,Tobias Huffaker, who has been teaching in Western Kentucky, return ed home last week. Mrs. Lizzie Coffey, Campb ellsville, is spending a few weeks in Columbia, meeting her many friends. Mr. Charles Pile, and wife of Lincoln tiv w ra i C 3. U ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY. F. R. Winfrey" &c ( berculosis. j vs H. C. Harmon &c ( Mr. and Mrs. Lester Martin, . By virture of Judgment and order ! of sale of Adair circuit court, rendered of Romine, Green county are , first of the week. Mrs. C. B. Mayesfof this place f. is very low with pulmonary tu ij.". ,.-.-" v. i - - ; - - i j ! at the January term thereof, 1911, in the visiting the latters mother, Mrs. above cause for the sum of $50.00 with interest thereon, from the 22nd day of C. B. Mayes. J county, are yisiting Mrs. Piles and Mra. J. S. Breeding. parents,-M-r. Mr. W. T. McFarland was called to Rowena last Friday to see his mother, who was reported dangerously ill. Mrs. Dessie Thomas'and Miss Mont Thomas, Milltown, paid their respects to the News Office a few days ago. c o o. June 1909 until paid, and for two notes Dr. F. G. Gabbert, of Pelley-to- n of 'dates Jan. 24th for $5o each with in visited his parents, Dr. and terest from 25th day of Jan. 1910, sub- ject to a credit of six dollars, and for; Mrs. Z. T. Gabbert Saturday on, rj.1. o per I t j? t u, u wun n ul iron uau. nnt. intnX njgnt and Sun(Jay ; until paid, and $48.85 cents herein, Ii shall proceed to offer for sale at the Messrs. J. R. Woodrum and Court .House door in Columbia, Ky., to j A,mon Wolford CQm have the niphpst hinder at Purine auction on Monday the 3rd day of April 1911, at l : pleted a nice dwelling house for naiannniif ucui ' W. 0. Hendrickson on Robinson a'iIaaIt n wi v viuLriv y iii9 ui Iuicicauuub, Vrtir j county count, upon a credit of six Creek, Taylor county. months. The following described property Mrs. Smith, of Franklin coun Two tracts of lands situated in Adair county Ky., on the waters of ty is visiting her son, Mr. E. W. Green River and bounded as follows t; Smith, Cashier of Casey Creek afljoning the lands of William Bank. Curry on the north and west, and adjoining the lands of Willie Morris on Roley barely escaped a fire on the South, and adjoining the lands of A tenant John Foster on the east, both tracts Sunday the 12th. containing about 48 acres. For the house near C. McGoode's store, purchase price the purchasers with ap- belongsng to U. G. Hendrickson proved surety or securties, must execute bond bearing legal interest from caught fire on the roof and had day of sale until paid, and having the it not been stopped at once Roley force and effect of Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly would have been a heap of ashes. with these terms. Mr. TJ. G. Hendrickson was W. A. Coey, Master Com. A. A. C. to-wi- Jo, a little son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hutchison, who was seriously ill last week, is reported much better. Mr. J. Hugh and Dr. Cart Chandler, the former from Campbellsville, the latter from Ohio, were here last Thurs day. n Mr. Silas Penny, of the firm of Coffey & Denny, and Mr. J. N. returned from the Louisville market Pat-teso- t: I to-wi- Friday. Mr. John A. Webb,Webb X Rals. and his daughter Miss Capatola, who is in school here, called at the News office last Saturday. Dr. E A. Waggener has very much improved and in a few days he will be able to see those who may need his professional service. Mr. W. L Baker, cashier of the Monticello Banking Company, visited his father, Judge H. C. Baker, brother and sisters here last week. Local Market. Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks , ; Mrs. Eliza Wilson, her son, Edwin, and daughter, Bliss Clara, returned from j Tennessee last Saturday afternoon. ; They think the trip was beneficial. "Mr. Frank Jackman and Mr. Geo. Smith returned from Florida Saturday night. They did not buy property but have some land under consideration. Turkeys....'. Geese Ducks Wool (clear grease) Wool (washed) 10 : 28 . elected President of the Casey Creek and Wilson's Creek turn- QggagariarrjiiSssss m mum i pike one day last week. I2J Mr. J. A. Stayton sold a steer II ii to J. L. Beard a few days ago. Men who till the soil are crazy about it. TheImproved Pat4 toll Price $22.50. He also bought a ent Ideal Steel Harrow. It takes the rag off the bush. It 6 yoke of of work oxen from Chelf is Adjustable Lever Attachment to open and close. Flds 9 i Bros. $75.00. nn. easv to overate and never wears out. .Tush the rhinjr vou. 20 What Is It? -X- -, Read And You Will See. i to 30 5 4 00 25 Hides (green) Feathers Ginseng Beeswax to 6 38 to42 $ Mrs. Mariah McAnelly who lives near , Russell Springs, mother of Mrs. Luther ' Brockman, of this place, was dangerous- ly ill last week, but is much better at i Mr. D. Knifley bought teen head of hogs from Monday Bros., at Knifley a few days ago, paid .$165. cash. .He also bought - o -- - nine- - j are looking for. PRICE- - Give it a trial and be conyiuced of its merits.. 2 horse $7.50; I horse $3.50. For sale only 'by LOUISVILLE Latest Quotations Shipping steer Beef steers Fat heifers and cows MARKETS. four head of cattle from same on Live Stock $5.005.50 J. " C. Eubank J this writing. iting in Pensacola, Fla., returned home last Friday night. Her mother, Mrs. Lou Atkins, met her in Nashville, where the latter was buying millinery for this market. 'Mr. John H. Vier, of Terra Haute Ind, spent a few day's at his old home in this county last week. His visit here his at this particular time was to see danVine, who is sister. Miss Rosaline gerously ill with typhoid fever. Mr. Sam Lewis visited a sister whom " thirty-nin- e years, he had not seen for week. When "Mr. in Pbilidelphia, last left Europe his sister was six vl years old. When she grew up she married and a year ago she and her husband to left the old country and came meeting. to live. It was a happy visit-"Dr J. H. Grady, who has been G. A. McKay, bis daughter, Mrs. Elizabethtown, returned home last Saturday night The Dr's. health has improved and he will again enter the the opportunity practice. So son he will open an office and presents itaelf -- irchaae a saddle horse. He is at preset at the Hancock Hotel where he will be pleased to see hisriends. rmii-delphia W Miss Mabel Atkins, who has been vis- - CATTLE j 3;505.50 . 4005. 00 2.753.75 1.502.75 3.005.00 4.505.50 3.005.40 35.00-45.- 00 Cutters Canners Bulls 14. Q b. O i- VVt-- ' Feeders Stockers Choice milch cows Common to fair cows X HOGS .. 15.00-35.- 00 Choice 165 to 210 ......... ..... Mediums, 130 to 165. Pigs Roughs t 7.15 7.00 8.05 6.30 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs Cullsi' '.'. .' . .. Fatsheep.... GRAIN. 5J6 35J 2-- 3i ..KAW Wheat... Cora -, v 90 50 - :,?, i:' Casey, Creek.. ;Y:. ', t?r- - Mr. J. W. Caskey, of Junction City was here on business the place. - ,. Inventor and Patentee . parties and paid- $73. Cane Valley, Ky On the evening of the l4th, a telephone message was received here that Brown Lee Sanders, NIVrMNJSjAVNlMNl i&: K VuL N" i iK ! H i Sid Tin son of Mr. E. E. Sanders, of this 7is ?iK. si w. sr in. rs r sc 7K PK ?i si st si in. 'in in 7K in 7K in i In. Nf 7K. place and who lives in two miles of Horse Cave lost his tobacco ?IN IN barn containing quite a lot of tobacco, a buggy, wagon, two horses, and corn by fire on the night 10 x 20 Glass 4 It Windows lg .90 of the 13. " " " 1.00 10x24 " 4 Mr. G. W. Pitman and family 4t " 1.10 12x24 " moved to 111., near Mason have i20 Red Edge Collar Pads (12 in wide) City to make their future home. .35 "Anchor" Corn Syrup (per gal) While many of our people are -- . .'." .40 White Flake Syrup moving away to other states our 3 Can Sugar Corn .25 ? country is rapidly being filled up s -3 Can Hominy .25 by people from North Carolina. Clothing at Prices to Close. It is estimated that about one .s-;"-- T.,ir. l- families from the old ft JWI-hundred ''tar heel" state are within a raRussell Springs, Ky. 7 dius of five or. six miles of this 7 7 . Bargains! 1 , IN. . . wiispn. TtIn I 77)K7K l ?J!fH-?S- a; tf-fmm THE A" AIK COUNTY NEWS Weed.- 1 1 Attention! Cany a complete line of Plaining Mill ready for use. A large assortment of Doors, Roofing, Colonial Columns. any part or all the is warm weather approaches our community is blessed with ' We are havtntr come nice warm reasonable good health at this I j New Set of iieauiudcs. i j L & N. Time Card IWe lea i MUT.M In fact we can furnish Wood, any grade desired, that needed for Fuilding or Repair work. It will be to your Interest to inspect our Stock and Fr'ces. Sandusky & Co. Columbia, K"y. 63391 239 gin.MW.1. BTT"" M""Mfo' nmVT33tMiimwi 0'K-fre 6, A VJltrsu t: i. c r coiaphivy t Sash," Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Materia!, Stair Work, interior Finish, Etc. VOVCOfr00! 4 Largest Wholesale Sash and. Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. If We appreciate them. C' V I L" HllfiHR PR - EVoU' " 211-2- 15 Street LOUISVILLE, KY. E. Main 4 U. G. HARDWICK, P.m. H. COCKE, V. Frej. H. H. DIETZMAN, Sec W.T.Pyne MiO& Supply Co. -- ESTABLISHED INCORPORATED i86V- - IwmiiWRiGfiTs DEA ERS n f mflCriitfisTs LOUISVILLE ENGINES. ECU EPS, SAW MLiS GRIST 1301 THIKieeMh'-MftlN. VILL. FEED MILLS SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work JEM ifayy- - m Wm JOBBING WORK SOL1CITE1 -- 5p of i"fflWr All Kinds Machinery Repaired ELLWOOD 26 WIRE FENCE -- - i Mr. Sam Hill, of Hickory Mr. George as teacher, will at, The farmers of Kentucky have Ridge, spent Saturday night and the close of his service be much We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long a good deal to learn. Though as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in. stock all heights Sunday with his sister, Mrs. futher advanced in education. Geo. Cole. and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. Let us here from you again in the we live at present in an age of Mr. Luther Roach and family near future. enlightenment, yet agricultural 58INCH fzf50INCH were visiting J. H. Moore and Mm classes of the state are Bear this in Mind. family, Sunday. merely crop growers and not Mr. John Rose and wife were Very few people are aware of farmers. When the country shocked Sunday, when news the fact that the state of KeniUUUUuUliUUUuUuuuuuuul XSnflKi 86IHCH was first settled our forefathers reached them that their baby tucky has established in the city boy in company with Mr. John oi Louisville an Immigration Bu- found a soil wonderfully fertile Holiday's little boy, had started reau engaged in the work of and productive. Year after year K K A A nTVtmh A ATtfS H Ha A75 Ai v . vA K'MfcffiSi for the west. They commenced bringing desirable immigrants they drew annually on the rich ..twt-- jt UM ELLWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) NADE IN SIX HEIGHTS telephoning, and found they had here and securing employment deposits of nature. At first reached Louisville, but the boys for them upon their arrival in this was wise and proved both Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. were brought back to Gradyville, the state. This Bureau is working profitable and remunerative. Monday night, sound and all arrangements with the govern- but as time went on this method 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. right., ment officials in New York City, of cultivation naturally reduced Ky. Louisville, Mr.' Clate Bell .has sold his and is preparing to furnish men the fertility of the soil. Thouhouse and lot in Gradyville, to for service upon application if sands of farms began to show weather and snow, the warmest III. y Champaign, Mr. W. W. Yates. We learn Mr. requested to do so. In view of decreased yields, and winter for several years, so old the scarcity of labor and the many a farmer only makes a will try to write a few lines men say. The roads have been Yates will move to his new home difficulty, experienced by the bare living and his land is getin fairly good condition all win- in a short time. for the News and its readers. ting poorer instead of richer. We are located 6 miles north ter. Oat sowing will open about Mr. Strong Hill has gone to farming community in securing and i mile east of Champaign the 15th of this month if the the Lone Star State to visit his help necessary in the raising of The trouble is our farmers are city, on the I. C. R. RJ, 120 weather will permit. Corn is daughter, crops it would be well to bear in taking the richness and fertility Mrs. Joe Yates. Cham- selling from 39 to 41 cents per miles south of Chicago. mind this Bureau and communi- from the soil and are giving paign is a nice little city. Has bushel with a prospect of going Mrs. Marshall Roach is on the cate with it when in need of nothing in return. three railroads running through higher. Most all produce is sick list this week. We must learn soil building; hands to work on farms. Any Big Four worth very good prices, but it Old Aunt Sophia Roach was it: the Wabash, the citizens of Kentucky can seek in we must learn now to visiting Mrs. J. 0. Moore, Satur-urda- y and the Illinois Central railroads. does not cost any more to live formation and secure help make land fertile; we must night. . I. C. having a The out here than it does in old Ky. through this Immigration Bureau learn how to take care of land, house located here, there is also The people are nice sociable folks and above all we must learn the free of all cost. Longstreet. two Foundries located here, Lwo and are glad to welcome any one first and simplest rule in nature, factories, two cold storage, who tries to do anything for piano We are , having some fine Arizona maintains a prison, an which is in extracting fertility too himself. If this does npt go to weather. and lots of other business asylum for the insane, an indus- from the soil we must give back numerous to mention. waste basket I will write the Our roads are getting in reason-abl- e trial school, and a home for aged to mother earth as much as we We have had a very mild win-rt- again. shape at this time; wheat is and infirm pioneers, a university take from her. Try this and see Porter' A. Murrell. ,coming out nicely and as the andf a two normal schools. here with but little cold the result - INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD time. days at the present. ithe at There is being a goodly num- There is quite a lot of sickness 'ber of spokes and staves made in this country. jan in this Old Uncle Bever Cragg is very at with dronsv.j and is not ex--! Mr. Tom Bernard and Mr. , .. McQueary and Mr. Bennie Wade pected to live but a few days. Mr. and Mr.. W. L. Fletcher of Rller, were here one day last attended preaching at Morris week- Mr. C. W. Swanson and wife. early on Sunday morning, for Chapel, Sunday. Mr. J. L Moore is visiting his were visiting here one day this they get to church on time. Blessed are those who get to W1LM0RE HOTEL daughter, Mrs. J. A. Keen, this week. Mr. C. A. Hammonds of Rus- church on time, for they arrive week. W. M. tUUiJflORE, Prop p. sell Springs passed here one,day in the spirit of worship. Mrs. George Co'e, who has s Table Blessed ard those who are nevbeen sick for quite a while, is this week looking for cattle. Good Sample Roome Mr. B. F. Merkiey of Fon thill, er late, for they cause the minbetter at this wiiting. Feed Stable Mr. R. L. Cole made a bus- was here one day this week on ister and chcir to loye them. Reasonable Rate; Blf ssed are those who must be trip to Columbia, Monday. business. iness KY Mr. Alex Wilson's baby is ve? 'ate, who do notenter during thtj GRftDYtflLLe, Mrs. Birt Sexton is in a crit-ica- l condition. The Dr. thinks sick with whooping cough at tins Scripture lesson and prayer. time. Blessed are those who come he wont recover. Mr. Julius Gaskin of Russel. ven at the eleventh hour, but c! Mr. Warn Moore is getting rv Z3. U WiiSS XS Springs, was here one day thu hurch begins at a quarter beaiong nicely selling goods at this VETERINARY SURGEON week. fore eleven. place, and has a nice trade. Mr. J. B. Wade and Mr. 0. E The Pastor and congregation Mr. N. J. Moore is on.the sick havt-gonBrown, both of this place ire interested in the effect the list at this writing. to Lexington to attend the Beatotudes will have hereafter. Mr. and Mrs. Otho Moore were ousiness college. They are both visiting Willie Moore and family, promising young men and ur Sunflower Philosophy. of Gradyville, Saturday night. wish them success in their unThey also spent Sunday at the dertakings. Special Attnetin to Ejes home of J. A. Keen. No man was ever so busy he We don't think we ever saw forgot l, Spavin or any Fistulo, when pay day came. Mr. Charlie Gowan, wife and work done at fair prices 1 am of all kinds more livelier in little daughter, Hallie May, were trade Many people seem to think well fixed to take care of stock. Alon ey due when work is done or stock all our lives than at this time in visiting Mr. J. 0. Moore and that the simple life is a e:ood removed from stables. this part of the world vineyard family, Saturday. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. thing for the other fellow. with plenty of cord wood to do us 0NBURKSV1LLE STREET. Mr. Ofus Keltner is on the If you have a little money up over half another season. sick list this week. a lot of people are wondering Mr. W. M. Wilson of this place why you don't give it away. Mr. Warn Sexton and family has rheumatism in one of his n were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ever notice that at least H. Stone, legs. Wheeler, Saturday night. of the persons who pass Attoney-At-LaMr. M. W. Cooper of Irvins All spent Sunday with Mr. and the barber shop always look in? CJ Will practice in Store was here one day this Mrs. Haden Keltner. A woman likes to say of her this andadjoining counties. week. Mrs. J. 0. Moore has been husband that she doesn't believe Kentucky, Jamstown, : There are several yards of quite sick, but is improving 'at he ever would get up if she staves in this neighborhood not this writing. didn't call him. sold yet. Some stave men Mr. Cordie Wilson's baby died What has become of the old could buy a nice bunch here at last Tuesday, and was buried fashioned man who thought he this time. Wednesday, at the Weed gravecouldn't keep house without a We read Mr. Eldora Georges ' yard. bootjack and a box of vegetable letter in the News and was pills. Rev. J. E. Scott and family glad to here from and have all been down with the While it isn't necessary to note what honor he conferred on grippe, but seem to be better at catch cold in order to get free the Russell county girls as to present. advice, you probably can secure their beauty being superior as to more of it in that way than by Old Aunt Tilitha Roach, who that of other states. We were has been visiting relatives at glad Mr. George has a school and any other known method. Gradyville for some time, return- say that we believe the district Have Much to Learn. ed home Saturday. that was fortunaty enough to get j 0 8.-0- j . ' . . , . w In effect Monday. Dec 31. 1908. SOUTH BOUND Rev. Henry Macy, pastor of Lv. Louisviiae As. Lebanoh f AIN Congregational church Mo. 27 9:42 ass 7:00 am Mo. 23.. 10:04 am ....8:15 am Lewington, Conn., has written a Mo. 79 7:40pm 5:03pm pm 10:00pm - Mo 21 new set of Beatitudes in ato. 93 6:30 pm 90 pro tempt to check late arrivals NORTH BOUND Lv. Lebanon Ar. Louisvillb church. This is the list which Chain 0.24 5:J8am 7:50am 7:32 am 10:15 ara 0.78 he circulated lact Sunday among 0.28 4:S0pm 6:55pm lo. 22..! C23pm 8:16pm his parishoners: To.92 10:15 am 7:32am No.-;-. 92 and 93 are.Samlay trains only. Blessed are those who rise First-Clas- -- r e Poll-evi- snr-eic- al Til-de- two-thir- ds Joseph w Why Not Read Th Courier JJ to-da- y, Journal? HENRY WATTERSON . Editor. We Can Furnish You -- j-- jgair,Me-JH-HF:Mg- The Adair County News and the. DEHLER BROS., Weekly Courier-JOurn- al to-da- I -- Both One Year For $1.50 ; round We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. Write Courier-Journ- al Com- " pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy .of edition you desire, but be Tsure t send your subscription order er to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. u ,. t ' i .il.Ji.fiL -- J . ,. .' jt -- ' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS burial of Mrs. Sallie Reece of the Creeisboro. excellent. Chestnut Grove community last Dunbar Bros. & J. K. Holder Mr. Robt. Smith and wife were, Friday We are havi ig some rain at are doing a nice business with visiting relatives at Joppa last ls it possible that Uncle Sam this writin. their mill, and are making a Rnez Saturday night and Sunday. has a spite at this community? Mr. G.' H. Black and wife have lot of meal. Mr. Louis Young was visiting Any, way he has stuck us a very moved to their new home on Big John Ben McBeath and Lilly Mr. Rhue Squires, last Saturday heavy blow. Our community Renox. B. Tucker were united in the night. had began to prosper until it Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Clayton holy bonds of matrimony, March by adjoining commun- left here Tuesday on the Str., ' 9, Squire Harris officiating: Mr. John Squires was visiting was envied Mr. Jim Reall, of Jerico, last ities. We enjoyed all the conve-ienc- iRowena for Louisville with their much luck and success is wished- that were adsolutely Saturday night. little son, Kent, who had a growth them. We have very good tele- in his left side, they took him Misses Nina and Bessie Smith M. E. Tarter of Fonthill, the phone connection with the outside for an examination to see if an local egg spent last week visiting relatives and chicken Huckster-operatiworld, anc have been enjoying! was necessary. in Cane Valley. was here last week. daily mail. the- - blow had But Mrs. B. F. Leach and daught- Mr. Frank McFarland was in Dr. L. D. Hammond of Irvins been struck. I do not know why er, Tonie, were in town shopping Campbellsville last Wednesday. Store was here last week. but. anyway the decree has gone Thursday. S. M. Suddarth was absent The contractor3 Butcher and forth that after the 13th inst. Miss Jessie Wed- - Blair, who are building Dunbar spent from school two t or three days we are to receive mail only three nesday night with her sister, Bros, a new store house are last week, on account the grippe. times aweek. R. H. Irvin. most ready to turn over the keys Mr. J. V. Cundiff and sister, Mr. G. W. Bledsoe accompa- - them, Mis Leia, Spent last Saturday Wilson's CreeR. nied Mr. and Mw. A. A. Clay night at Mr. Scott Todd's. A. D. Dunbar of Jabez, was to Louisville and he will go at Eli a few days ago on busi-froTheir are several cases of ton Misses Montra and Lela Curl-- , there to Rockyhill Station, ne.ss. diff spent one day last week vis- -, grippe reported in this neighbowhere he will spend a few day. Lewis Hart of Effie, was here ring their brother at Cane Val-- J hood. lev t few ays aROi 'It won't be but a few days un- - with his little daughter. , Mr. Will Young, a traveling l. K. McKinley was here the MissRutli Squires spent last; til we will be connected by tel ephone at this place. We need salesman was calling on our 10th buying produre. week vis'ting relatives at one and will be glad when it is merchants this week. Dunbar Bros, are receiving a Mr. Tom Allen was in our midst a completed. cir load of Birdsell wagons 's Mr. Carl Cape, Ernest Mr. Grover Bryant, who has this week. this week. farmer, who has been liv-Mr. Edward .Oldham and Miss ing in Indianapolis, Ind., for the been sick for some time, is able Webbs X Roads. Maude Hill were quietly married past six months, returned home, to De out again. Wheat is looking fine in this at the home of the bride last last Saturday night. We are having some Sunday morning we wish them section, Mr..C. R. Hutchison sold 6 now and farmers much joy. Mark wilson bought a pair of head of cattle last week, to Mr. quite a lot of farming. Robprt Orton bought a farm of young mules from a Mr. Rigney, Buck Hendrickson, for $110. Mr. Ethel Webb spent one day a Mr. Flat in Rockhouse Bottom s Mr. Lewis Young, Rhue for with his daughter that is going paying $2000. for it. and Owen Wilson spent' Miss Lou Ann Bailey has st to school at Columbia. The Steamer' Rowena still Sunday afternoon with Er- -' turned home from Russell A number of our neighbor boys makes her regular trips down the Springs. nest and J. W. Cundiff. will start the 6th, of this month river every Sunday and Thursday Mrs. Nellie Rigney, of Camp-for- t, Mrs. Mamie Page of Frank-- , for Illinois. Miss Bessie Blankenship was bed- - bellsville, is visiting relatives in who has been at the Miss Gertrude and sister, Miss the pleasant guest of Miss Sallie Susie side of her mother, at this place, this community. Cunningham, were visiting-iVigle last Sunday. returned home last week. Mr. Otha Bryant is very sick. this part one day last week. MrsAElla Feese and Miss Sal-li- e St. Charles, liva. Mrs. Elmer Sparks, who has Mr. Clemie Weir will have to Rey Wilson were visiting Mr. been very sick, is reported betleave college to help his father James Smith's family one day ter. I see that my time for the ,n tne croP- - He is very sorry last week. Mr. Robt. Graves, of Esto, Adair County News is up the 9th to ieave school as they are having Mr. John Squires and Ernest was in our midst one day last of the present month. Enclosed 3ucn a fine school at Russell Cundiff, two of our best young week. find $1 for another year. I love Pi'Mgs men are talking of going to FlorOur roads have been very bad Mr. D. L. Wilson, our enter-- j to read the News, for 'tis from ida on a prospecting tour. We prising merchant, is doing a mv ld home, where I wasborn.'his winter, they are getting-livelhate 'to give these young men up, ' some better now. and reared to manhcod. business. 1 but if they go, luck to them. Born to the wife of Elsev The school at Oak Grove is L llvea ln tne breeding neign borhood. My schoolmates are Irvin a eirl. progressing nicely, with P. M. Dirio. nearlv all dead. Grimsley teaching. Kemp. I moved from Kentucky in the; Mrs Lizzie Jane Weed, is1 A child of George Taylor, of viaitiiiBiemuves.Hiwiibcoiiuiiuu- - coloi d,ed Qne day jagt wefik year 1860, and have made my On account of the spoke fac- home in this place ever since. ity. with fever. I was visiting at my old home tory tne roads are in a fearful R. S. Royse sold a three years! Born, to the wife of Elmer ' in the year 1867, all the summer, condition. old mule to G. W. Curry for $110Sparkg, March the 6th, 1911, a ' Mr. Virvin Compton made a and enjoyed that visit so much. The sick of this community are girl. I saw nearly all my old school short visit to Illinois. He slowly improving and we trust Miss Eller Bryant, of McGaha, is no place like Old Ken-woand some of them had there within the next few days the is spending a few days with her the gray while I had worn tucky for him. services of the physicians will sister, Mrs. Roy Rooks, at this the blue, but the love we had On the 10th, day of March not be i n such demand. W e place. boyhood days still there was a large surprise formed in our think that 'profession in this sec' the same. They were day dinner at Mr. Charlie Stults'. The meeting closed at Oak tion could well afford to lay up a ' Grove with 12 professions, and 5 all glad to see me, too, and I'll He was 45 years old. There or so now. month professions of sanctification. never forget them. were 54 of his friends that took J. G Campbell sold a horse to In the year 1850 B. K. Turk dinner with him. There was a. Mr. Z. T. Sanders is some betLandy Stotts for $50. and myself went to Southwest, nice dinner an the table ter at this time. J. M. Campbell' and J. W. Mc Mr. C. W. Bryant and the next Spring I ed beneath its load; there was left a few Clister did business at Columbia days ago, for the Lone Star went from there to Kansas City, everything on it that heart could last week. State, where he expects to reap Mb. I hired to a man to drive an ox wish. Landy Stotts sold t o J. G. riches while the sun shines. term across the plains to Sante- - On account of high water the Fee,New Mexico. I wrote a his- - mail of this place failed to reach Campbety a ' for cow $20 and a Luck to you Will steer for $22.50. Mr. J. C. Bryant spent several tory of this last year, and it wast Militown last Tuesday. Evan Loy o f Glens fork was days of last week wit his parents puonsnea in our county paper. ' jr Relaford, is visiting Respectfully. here last week buying cattle. He in Campbellsville. friends at this place from Illinois. B. F. Carter. baught two head from Noah Loy, Misses Myrtle and Lula PickMr. Mark Wilson bought two G. Campbell hogs two head from J. ett visited Misses Olie and Isley of J. H. Wilson, for $14. Eli. and one from Mrs. Margurite Dudley, last Saturday night. Drummers were numerous in Gibbons at $4.00 perewt. Olvin Parson, the little son of our town last week. Rains coming every day makes A R. S. Royse bade farewell t o Henry Parson of Gradyville people go to store and mill. Wednesday and friends last AtradKs School Principal. visited his grandfather at Kemp to the from Sunday until Friday. .Not having written started for California. A severe attack on school principal, B Allen, of Sylvariia, Ga., is News for quite a while, thought I Chas. Miss Mary Cooley Woo ten, thus told by him. "For more than Spa'rksville, has been visiting three years," he writes, "I suffered in- would write a few lines.There apHas Millions of Friends describable torture from rheumatism, peared in a recent issue of the How would you like to number you relatives at this place for the liver and Stomach trouble and diseased News an article related to D. C. friends by millions as Bucklen's Arnica past few days. kidneys. All remedies failed till I used Hoppers strange bird, I am ac- Salve does? Its astounding cures in the Electric Bitters, but four Ara Strange sold a horse t o this wonderful remedy cured bottles of cused of writing it, but will say past forty years made them. Its the me comR. B. Hayes for $60. pletely." Such results are common. to this portion of the feathey best Salve in ehe world for sores, ulThousands bless them for curing stomcers, eczema, burns, boils, scalds, ruts, Npah Loy, .Breeding, did buis-ne- ach trouble, female complaints, kidney tribe that I never wrote it but corns, sore eyes, sprains, swellings; disorders, biliausnese, and for new was glad some one did. here one day last week. bruises, cold sores. Has no equal fee health and vigor. Try them. Only 50c Trade withSDunber Bros., is piles. 25cat Paull Drag Co. Sever?l from here attended the at Paull Drug Co. Cyclone. i ' i es Get Well Of course you do. You wish to be rid of the pain and misery, and be happy again. If your illness is, caused by female trouble, you can quickly get the right remedy to get well. It's Cardui. This great medicine, for women, has re- uevea or curea tnousanas or laaies, sinrerirg nise you from some female trouble. If you are sick, you wish to get well, don't you? nec-esar- y. on . , i For Women5 Ills r !4 j Bu-rte- r J Mrs. Fannie Ellis, of Foster, Ark., suffered agony for seven yeara. Read her letter about Cardui. She writes : "I was sick for seven years with female trouble. Every month I would very nearly tJt die with my head and back. I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was cured. Cardui is a God-sen- d to suffering women." Try it.' WA Am TvoTTn crnrv-ni- al-il- rs. ( j j att ET". j c m " j 42r' WsW,,ilWW.. ' --- ...J.- F ., - fcLh-- i Br, . &. Bunbar 40, 3. -- "" Dr. ' -'-- ' Mill-town- . dentist OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN James Triplet! UcllIiSli JEFFRIES BLOCK Cun-diff- JEFFRIES' 'PHONE NO. BUILDING. RING COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY COLUMBIA KENTUCKY i)?.,!) I I fine-weath- er are-doin- g V ! $200-Squire- re-la- i GOURIER-JOUR- NflL : l3 ! HENRY'WATTERSON, Editor l n s 1 . ! Is a National Newspaper, Deinbcra'tic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. 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JLi . 4S3X - "" x v fFvj. . 4 vt ijrfvdiv - "j J?; DT V x ' TR " , . ' : I 1 v '8 Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS , vW Dirigo. home. We regret to give them view,, Wednesdav. any Miss Lena Davis, .who has been up as they are an honor to We are caed upon to chron:- community. little visiting her sister and other The weather has been a of two aSed citizen Mr. Fred Cundiff bought of S. cle the deth friends here, will leave in a few cool for the past week. old colt of this countv at this time- - Mrs. mW 1 have taken charge of PHELPS BROS. days days for LaFayette, Ind., where H. Absher, a three year Geo. H. Nell spent several EUzebeth E. Janes (nee Keecej for $25. . HOTEL and will endeavo'r to run same she has a position. in Louisville last week. died at the home of Ed Stotts on, Miss Clara Robertson is spend- to the satisfaction of old and new custoThe social given at the home the 10th. She was widow o f Mr. J. B. Cragg continues in a ing a few days with her uncle, of Mr. Sidney Franklin Saturday mers. Livery and Feed stable in conWilliam Janes who preceeded her very critical condition. night, in honor of Miss Lena Mr. D. P. Rice, of Holmes. to the grave many years ago. nection with the HOTEL. Special pains Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Walker Davis, was at enjoyable affair, Mr. Hicks, of Greensburg, a Deceased was a consistent mem-be- r taken in the care and feeding of stock. spent a day or two in Columbia lumber dealer, was here a few and a large crowd attended. Baptist church and of the last week. I will also continue in the Implement S Rev J. R. Randolph filled his days ago. hadbeen a member since the age Messrs. Diddle & Yates are on and Hardware Business and carry a regular appointment here last Messrs. H, B. and Ingram of sixteen. She was seventy-fiv- e market for sheep at a fancy the good line of Field, seeds. Sunday. Robertson, Osey Dillingham, Edyears old, the mother o f price. J. H. Phelps. Brother Jessie- Card en will gar "Rule Alvin Martin and thirteen children three of whom Strong Hill, who has been in Camp-Kno- x W. H. Absher were at preach at the survive her to mourn their loss. McGregor, Texas for several $! few days ago. a churcH each first and third Sun They have the sympathy of the S days, is wonderfully pleased with day morning, until September. returned entire community. The cause o f Mrs. C. 0. Jones S the Lone Star State. guest home Sunday after a few days death was comsumption, aggrav- Miss Ella Butler was the W. L.. Grady has put in the of Miss Lucy Smith, of . South stay with her father, who is sick. ated by old age. weelcsowing oats with quite a Marrowbone, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James S. Thomas Mrs. Margurite Gibbons (nee number of hands and teams. Professor C. E. Wilson, of were at Mr. J. H. Martins Satur-da- Burk) died on the 13th. She was Mr. Grady expects to sow a large Mud Camp, was at this place night. born in Lyon county Virginia in crop. Wednnsday. Mrs. Delaney Robertson and 1848 but came to th i s county Messrs. P. V. Grissomand Miss Eva Lee Smith, of South son were at Cane Valley Satur- - with with her parents in early Burly Young, two popular childhood where she since resided Marrowbone, is the 'guesst of her day. Mr. Builder did you know that of Columbia, were with sister, Mrs. Hade Kidwell, of! Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas, Her husband preceded her to the we have the best solid and bored our merchants one day last week. Waterview. of Oklahoma, who have deen vis- - grave several years ago. She is Poplar Colonial Columns on the Messrs. J. A. Diddle and Clem Miss Eva Lee Farris, of Wil- iting here for several weeks have the mother of two children both market? We'imanufacture these Keltner spent a day in Columbia low Shade, is the guest of her returned home, ar.d were accom- - f whom survive her, although Columns exclusively, and can furlast week on business. aunt;, Mrs. John Norris, this paniedby Mr. Osborne Dilling-- ' her son William is now at ' nish any size any time fri p Messrs. H. A. Walker, wife week. point of death with double pnu- nam Special discount to dealers. and daughter, of: Columbia, vismonia' Mrs' Gibbons hasnot Miss Lena Davis visited MissMr. and Mrs. S. W. Absher Write for prices and try us for ited relatives here last Saturday , , j es Bertha and Vesta Davis, last were ai ... piace une uy mat been sick and at the time of her uus service. and Sunday. 5 death was at the home of her week week. "" ntTB mtft Mr. G. T. Flowers spent a day son assisting in caring for him. w2. Mrs. iJelle Smith and sons, Mr. and Mrs. DickHumphress Fair-pla- y She did not begin t o complain or so visiting relatives at Johnnie and Sam, spent Wednes of near Hovious were at Mr. J. last week. U1IL11 aUUUli UUG 1IUU1 UC1JLC I1C1 day wjth Mrs. Julia Kidwell, of D. Absher's last Sunday. Columbia, Ky. death She had been a member Rev. Payne, pastor of the M. Waterview. Eld. F. J. Barger preached at of the Baptist church since early E. Church, was made a Master Dr. Davis left for Nashville, Egypt the second Sunday in this girlhood. Mason in Grady villeILodge No., (&-& Wednesday with Mr. Ike Strange month and will preach the second fr &&&&& 2t 251 F. & A. M., last Saturday Born to the wife of J G. S who will have an operation per- Sundayfin next month. S Campbell on the 15th a daughter. afternoon. The degree was formed. He has been very ill Mr. John Rule made a business by Breeding Lodge,' in a FARMERS WOOLEN MILLS. Mrs. Mose Wooten and family for the past twp weeks, and an trip to Columbia the first of last very impressive manner. started to the home of her father E. L. REESE, Manager. operation was the last resort. week. Mr. J. A. Wheeler, one of Mr. Creed Stotts of Bliss last 9 Miss Leccie Garmon, of Mrs. C. T. Walling and daughtDesires that Customers bring ibparksville's best farmers and Wednesday where a birthday was the guest of Misses er, Nellie of Lexington are visitin their wool as early in seabusiness men, was in our midst dinner was given in honor of Mr. son as possible to avoid the Cletra and Golder Chism, Satur- ing in this neighborhood. one day last week, and while Stotts, but before they reached day and Sunday. rush and also adds to the Mr. M. W. Gossett,!the produce Sparksville here sold his crop of tobacco the buggy broke quality of work. A ddress Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Harvey man was here a few days ago. consisting of about eight thouand they had to return home on Mr. and Mrs. James Robertsen foot. E. L. REESE, Jamestown, Ky. sand pounds, at 5 cents per and little daughter, and Mrs. 4 to ii Hattie Russell, of Glasgow, are and daughter, of Campbellsville it pound. This same quality of to- Willie Wheat of Glensfork U. bacco last season would have on an extended visit to Mr. J. B. were visiting at Mr. Delaney representing a patent medicine i 9&fr&&--&& Robertson's Saturday night and sold on our market any where Harvey and family. company was here last Friday. Miss Bobbie Traylor, of Beck's Sunday. from 10 to 15 cents' per pound. Mr. Esthe Moore left last MonAs time goes by changes of Store, will visit Miss Ella Butler, Pickett. at an early date, and will remain day for Illinois. prices go on. W for a few weeks. Mr. Robert 0.' Keltner has Mrs. H. B. Robertson and Rev. G. W. Pangburn filled Miss Jennie Carden, who Has daughter, Miss Emma visited greatly improved the looks of his regular appointment at Pickbeen attending school at Mary-vill- Mrs. W. B. Morris last Tuesday. of his dwelling by giving it a We have on hand a large stock of "GROVES ett's Chapel and preached a fine Tenn., had a very bad case SQUARE BRAND FERTILIZERS.' ' It was new coat of paint. Mrs. John Rule and daughter, sermon. of measles, and has returned made during the last half of 1910, which inWe have heard a great deal of Miss Ruth were the guests of Rev. Roach visited the family sures it to be in the very best drilling condihome. comment on the finding of eggs. Mrs. W. P. Dillingham of G. T. Kemp last Friday night tion. It is also made from the very best maMr. Preston Alexander resignMiss Bettie Smith has the chro-m- o on his way to Fry. terials to be obtained for fertilizer purposes. ed his position at Glasgow, and in this section for finding the Our brands for CORN,' OATS, and TOBACCO Mr. Gould, the Belknap drumare without an equal. most eggs in one nest, which returned home on account of Execution Sale. mer was here one. day this week. measles. Call and examine our goods and the analysis was in round numbers, 52 eggs. GreensW. G. Pickett was in and get our prioes before makinf your purBro. Jesse Carden will preach Mrs. Millie Hill" spent last By virtue of Execution 1853 which ischases for the spring crops. burg one' day last week. of of wtek in Louisville buying mill!. on the 5th Sunday in April, at sued from the office on the Clerk daythe of theI6th, Adair Circuit Court Mrs. Mamie Rodgers, Mattie :nery goods, returning a few days Sunny Point Church, three miles January I9II for the sum of $65.00, Rodgers and Miss Annie Rodgers south of this place. dollars withjinterest thereon at ago, and is receiving one of the JONES, COFFEY & SON. the rate of six per cent per annum was in Columbia one day last largest stocks she has ever had from the I5th, day of February, 1910, un- week. r Absher. ' COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. on this market. Every thing til paid and the further sum of $10.45, cents cost, in ten dollars and forty-fiv- e Mr. Stamper Pickett passed at prices ranging Mr. J. D. Absher's condition favor of S. L. Banks against E. G. through here one day last week property of Johnson Watson that from fifty cents up as high as is better at this writing. Knifley. Hard wick, &c, I will on Monday the you want. The grand display of he left when he went West. We Mr. J. H: Martin is no 'better. 3rd, day of April, I9II, at the Courthouse enroute home. He had been to door in Columbia, Kentucky, the same the market to sell his tobacco, he The fruit in this section has failed-t'her goods will be on April the learn the price. Mr. Dave Rice and Judell Rob- being the first day of a regular term of not been damaged by the cold 11th. Every body invited to at- ertson were visiting at B. F. the Adair county Court at 1 o'clock, p. reported tobacco low; $6,40 being Mr. B. F. Tupman is dangerweather. m or tnereaDOUC oner ior saie to tne the highest price he received. tend. Remember the time ously ill at this writing. ' 4 I - &$&&$$$$$$ 3X Presbyterian y Columns! gro-ceryme- n, i j the J ... !,. I ! f mmm yt si III w - I j COLUMBIA COLUMN CO. - con-fer- ed Wa-rervie- I Mi e&e-ts-tss-- t 6- - i FERTILIZERS e, -- sixty-- five up-to-da- te, Marrowbone. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Harvey and mother, who have been on the sick list for the past few weeks, are all better. Misses Lena and Emma Pal- "more, teachers of the graded school here, visited their parents at Persimmon, Ky., Saturday sand Sunday. Miss Flora Gray, of South -- at-thi- Marrowbone, is attending school s place. ' Mrs. Nannie Butler and daughter, Miss Ella, called at Mrs. Julia Kidwell's, of Water- - Robertson's Sunday. highest bidder upon a credit of three Wheatland young grasses are John Edwards bought one heifundi Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Weather-for- d months the following vided interest in two tracts of land or a Dohoney, price looking fine. were at this place Saturday sufficiency thereofto satisfy said Exe- er from Erank Misses Ethel Dunbar and Hazand Sunday, and were accompa- cution, interest and cost as the proper-t- o $40. el Knifley visited W. E. Bryant of E. G. Hard wick, lying on the G. T. Kemp bought one mule nied home by Miss Rebecca Green River, in Adair county, and family Saturday night and Brockman. Kentucky and bounded on the North by from Lonzie Howard, price $140. Sunday. Mr. R. 0. Dillingham bought the lands of J. S. Breeding, on the i Allen Dudley bought one mule Mr. Willie Corbin and family by the lands of J. R. Beard, on a mule of James Marshall for South from A. W. Howard, price $165 the East by the lands of Evans heirs, visited Hut Baxter and family $50. and W. C. Rodgers bought one on the West by thelandsof J. S. BreedSaturday night and Sunday. Mr. J. B. Cave and family left ing, and containing 55 acres, also a mule from' Goe. Howard, price Whooping cough is getting in last Wednesday,, for Franklin, certain tract or parcel of land contain- $125.' section. t in its work in this Ind.,. and were accompanied as ing 10 acres and bounded on the North Spokes are lands of Evans heirs, on the Sam Smith and family visited nowNto this place. far as Louisville ,by Mrs. Mary by the by the lands of N. and R. B. South E.V. Humphress and family a A. Brockman, who will visit in White, on the East by the lands of There are a' few crops of 'tobacfew days ago. Louisville and Indiana. Evans.heirs, on the West by the lands co in this section yet unsold. M 'Prof. Henry Womaek passed Mr. and Mrs. George Gresham of J. R.' Beard. Bond with approved Farmers have been very busy Sunday enroute and children, left a few days security and bearing interest from date the last few days turning the through here last will be required of the purcounty. ago, for Russell Springs, where until paid soil and getting remdy for anoth- to Russell This March 14 I9II, ' chaser. Booth Hovious has bought the they will make their future er crop. A. D. Patteson, S. A. C. one-eight- h wa-ters"- bf being-brough- . J-- . Luther Dunbar, who has been sick so long is improving slowly. The weather is fine for oat sowing and the farmers are mak ing good use of same. There is being more oats sown this spring than for several years. mr. iu. v. uunDar will soon have his new residence ready to move into. Mr. W. J. Bottom sold the W. J. Tucker property to Lon Chelf for $500. Mr. Virgil Knifley.and family spent Friday at Mrs. Knfeey's father, Mr. J. D. Abator's day family reunion, birth- Absher's birtfcday. k being Mr. , v""- - . Cj ft l