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NUMBER 21 Belated and Colored News Items. m the Adair County News concerning the habit that some of the Louisville daily paper are practicing in publishing happenings which occur in this county, Mast of them being from ten days to two weeks old when they appear in the Louisville Journals. The Adair county News as a rule publishes all the news of any importance that occurs in this section of the state, as well as the many minor items which do not become stale with the passing of a day or a week. There are numerous small news itehis which the weekly papers publish that 'are not of any special importance to a daily publication, such as monstrocities and things of that kind. Every Louisville Daily newspaper has a correspondent in Columbia. I represent one of them myself, and quite often I notice items sent in from other towns on the west of us, about things that happened in Adair county so long ago that I nad a most forgotten it. Some little something had occurred which I thought not worth the trouble to write, and the correspondent had enlarged upon it to such an extent as to make it appear of some importance. Very few, if any items of importance which occur in Adair county, escape my notice, but I never go beyond the bounds of my own county, as I will not infringe on any other correspondents territory if a know it I believe in news "hot off the coals" and any item not worth the telegraph or telephone tolls, is not worth much, and that class of stuff will not spoil without salt for a week or a month. There is one or two correspondents I know of who I am sure take the Adair County New3, or procure it ia some way, because the News goes out from here on Wednesday morning and if there is any item in it that can be made "rosj "then watch the columns ol certain Louisville papers about a week or ten days from that date Now, to illustrate some time ago the report went out that there was an old gentleman living in this section of Kentucky named John Morg, who was 124 years old, a Htt'e item was sent by a correspondent in this county to a Louisville paper, stating that John Morg had celebrated his 124th anniversary "here" yesterday .conveying the idea that he lived in Ad?ir county, and the paper requested me to get a picture of him and send a brief story of his life in concise form. John Morg lives some where on the Tennessee line so I am informed 35 or 40 miles from here and besides there are getting to be so many Medical Society. Russell County Medical Society will meet April the 10th, promptly at 9 o'clock a. m., in the parlors of the Holt Hotel, Jamestown, Ky., with the" following program: Reading of the Vital Statistic Law, L. D. Hammond. Reading of Medical Practice Law, John D. Combest. Reading of Dental, Drugs and har- maoy Law, W. D. G. Flanagan. All are expected to be present promptly at 9 oclock not 10 or 11, but 9 I noticed a week or two ago an item THE PIANO CONTEST. MANAGED BY ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND RUSSELL & CO. How the Candidates Stand at the End of Eighteenth Likes the Town. Mrs. Berg, daughter of Eld. Brandt, who, in company with her husband, 1 Eggs for Sale. have the pure barred Plymouth Rock. The strain from Pope & Pope, Louisville. 60 cents for 15, delivered at Columbia or Knifley 19-Mrs. Ben Thomas. Absher, Ky. 3t Week's Voting. , s, Druggists, Dentists, and every Registrar COUNTERS, J. W. FLOWERS, BRUCE MONTGOMERY AND ROBERT REED. and the Coroner of and the county and his Deputies. In fact every body is earnestly solicited to be present. The Medical Society of 'a Ballots cast in Piano contest to Monday night, 7 p.m., March 20, lull. county is a public meeting for the good : Nellie Follis, Columbia I 808 575 of all, and all are welcome to come and Mrs. J. C. Browning, Milltown I 397 325 take a part, regardless of age, sex, 1 194 025 Rose Hunn, Columbia idiosyncracies, or present or past condi999 400 . Julia Price, Bliss tions of servitude. 735 750 Mrs C. M. Russell, Columbia .' The weather and roads being good at 654 350 Ethel Moore. Purdy this season of the year, we would not 549 750 Lucile Winfrey, Columbia 1 be surprised to see the able and eff309 525 Bell Butler, Columbia icient Health officer of Adair and San289 350 Alva Knight, Jamestown All the Physicians, r, Mid-wive- 1 itary Inspector, Dr. U L. Taylor, A present, also the Vice President of the Russell Springs Medical Society, Dr. Sam Taylor, The Counselor of the 7th Medical District, L. F. Hammond. Let bvery body get busy and attend the society this year. If all the parents, preachers, and school teachers would attend and take more interest in our societies, there would be less sickness of all kinds. You could soon be able to cut out consumption, typhoid etc. These meet- ings ar not for the doctors only, they . are to tell the people how to do to keep '' 500 for several years. She was tenderly from being sick. '. 950 nursed and the very best skill admin...: Now if Dr. Taylor is present, or oth': 121 500 istered unto r. her, but the hand of death er of our doctors, they might tell you 119 800 could not be stayed, and she . peacefully to sleep where there is plenty of fresh 107 900 met her God The parents have the air, take lots of out door exercise, 107 200 sympathy of their Kenturcky relatives manuel work, take a bath once to 109 500 and friends. three times per week, eat moderate, 91 500 wash your feet from 5 to 12 times per Wanted week owing to the oder they have. Wear high heeled shoes, etc. They Barred Plymouth Rock Fowls ExMarriage Licenses. might recommend that some of us take clusively Eggs. A good active man to sell the Singer a few bottles of Dr. Filander Does-tickThe following is the marriage licenses Sewing Machine and handle accounts in Four Horse Power Lung Healing for the month of March. 15 eggs $1.00, 100 eggs $5.00. I have Adair county. I have a good proposiBalsomic. It will feed the hungry, John Dooley and Frances Wilson. a fine grade of fowl stock from the tion for the man who means business. clothe the naked, and give common Melvin Morgan and Fannie L. Brum-met- noted breeders as Pope & Pope, LouisG. R. Holt, Manager, sense to the fools. This is a wonderful Campbellsville, Ky. ville Ky. Mrs. Ida H. Paxton, medicine when needed and properly E. R. Willis and Susie Morrison. Rollingburg,'Ky. taken. Robert Burress and Flora E. Wilson Mr. J. M. Patterson, St Louis, Mo., Hope all will be present and take a W. G. Mjillinix and Virgie Garrison Sylvester Beauchamp and George Field Secretary for the Southwest of part. J. B. Scholl, Sanford Jesse and Mattie Gibson Ewing two colored work hands, em- - the Presbyterian church, will speak at Sect. & Treas. "young fellows" of that age these Cris Harmon and Veletta Rooks. ployed on the farm of Mr W. T. Do- - the Presbyterian church at 7:30 p. m. days, that an item of that kind is not Willie Richards and Myrtie Cross. honey, got into trouble last Tuesday April 5. Mr. Patterson is an expert on worth much space. Only last week I W. T. Sullivan and Sallie M. Bryant Virginia Plantation for Sale. afternoon, and Beauchamp struck Ew- methods of church work and finance noticed in the News where the combined Jas. M. Selby and City May Taylor ing in the head with a pitchfork, crush ar.d should have a large hearing by age of seven persons amounted to over Edward Conover and Fannie Atchley. ing his skull. It was at first thought those interested in better methods of Beautiful Colonial "Estate, located in five hundred years, so you see old age W. L Smiley and Delia Sullivan. the lick would prove fatal, but after work. is not as yet entirely out of date in this Mecklenburg county within 1 miles of Harrison Sneed and Ada Montgomery, removing a piece of the skull bone, the two railroads, containing 730 acres of country. Tilford Barrett and Martha J. Clay-borThere is not a church in this town wounded man got better and it is I believe in sticking to facts when land, 150 acres of which is fertile allu thought he will recover, Ewing is that will accommodate those who desire vial soil, remainder upland, in good writing anything for publicttion, and I to attend when the services are held at kave no desire to mislead the public, but condition. One mile of rock fence Mr. John A. Marshall, who was 88 about 17 years old; Beauchamp is a only one building. For instance, during The buildings consist of a stone man- years old, a highly respected citizen of married man. if other correspondents wish to exEld Brandt's preaching, if the services aggerate and color little minor happen- sion, 15 large rooms, large reception Campbellsville, died last Thursday with had been conducted in the Christian n ings, so as the papers will print them, hall, several rooms in basement and diseases incident to old age. The deMr. W. L Grady, the church only about one-ha- lf of the rery well, as it is of no concern to me, attic, large barns, 5 tobacco houses ceased was the father of Mr. Tyler stock man, met with a very frightful church going people could have heard but they should be sure as to where complete with flues. 8 tenant houses, Marshall, the n traveling accident last Friday, and it was fortuthe event occurred before they say it orchard, vineyard, and pecan grove in salesman, and the grand father of Mr. nate that he Was not seriously hurt. He him. happened in Adair, "a Bureau of Infor- full bearing. This beautiful old home R. L Marshall, who makes frequent was hauling a load of hay. standing on can be purchased at $20,000. cash, re- business trips to Columbia. To the Methodists. mation" ought to correct. The de- top of of it. When near his barn the mainder to suit purchaser. The dwell- ceased was a devoted member of the provender slid from the wagon, and Mr. Fred McLean. ing alone cost over $40,000 to build. If Methodist Church and was a native of Grady was thrown - violently to the The pastor urgently requests the interested, write at once. ground, knocking him senseless and presence of every member of this Taylor county. Closed With the Passion Play, W. E. Harris, 911 E. Main $t , bruising his shoulder and face. He got church next Sunday morning at the Richmond, Va. Rev. J. R. Crawford was called to better in a short time. The hay was eleven o'clock service. Others are The meeting under the supervision of Edmonton last week to afficiate at the being hauled without a boompole, which cordially invited. T. Williams, Eld., John L. Eld.Z. Mr J. F. Montgomery, attorney, left funeral of Mr. John U. "toung, who caused the accident. B. M. Curries, P. C. Brandt doing the preaching, closed at court-housforMonticello last Friday, in company was a prominent citizen of Metcalfe the last Thursday night On last Thursday afternoon at Cane Miss Maud Coffey, daughter of Mrs. with the Passion Play, the pictures be- with Mr. Geo. A. Smith, this place county. The deceased was about 70 Mr. Smith is the plaintiff in a suit years old, an Elder in the Presbyterian Valley, the large stock barn of Lee Far-ri- Venia Morgan, who was reared in Coing displayed on a canvass by the aid of with all its contents were consumed lumbia, but who has been with her a stereoplicon apparatus. The pictures brought against A. R. Humble for cut- Church, and was County Clerk of Metby fire. It was built last year 44 by 88 mother in Campbellsville, for several calfe for a number of years. were secured and taken by Eld. Brandt ting timber off plaintiff's land. The feet. As luck would have it all his years, was married in that city on the issue as we understand it, is as follows: who witnessed the play in Attention. farming impliments were in the field ex- 16th inst., to Mr. J. O. Mitchell, a prosgau, Germany. The pictures repre- Mr. Smith and his brother ovn a tract cept his new binder and one buggy. The perous young farmer. The couple will sented Christ from His birth to His j of land in partnership in Waynecounty. origin of the fire is unkown, as Mr.Far-ri- s reside in Campbellsville. The bride's Crucifixion, and what mada the scenes They sold Mr. Humble the merchant All persons having notes or accounts was not at home at the time. The friends in Columbia wish her much of such great interest was the lecture! able timber off this land. The plaintiff . against the estate of the late Dr. W. loss is about $1,500 with $500 insurance happiness acres, indelivered by Eld. Brandt, who is per- - Smith also owns seventy-fivfectly familiar with all the Bible details j dividually, which joins the partnership T. Grissom will present same, properly MEN and WOMEN, sell guaranteed Prof. Walter E. Frazee will be in Coof the memorable events. It was wit--1 land, the timber off which was not sold. verified, to the First National Bank or Mrs. Lizzie Grissom, surviving widow, lumbia "next Friday and Saturday to hose. 70 per cent, profit. Make $10 nessed by the largest audience ever as-- 1 However, it is charged that Mr. Humble Lizzie Grissom, Exectx. insti- daily. Full or part time. Beginners conduct a County Sunday-schocut it, hence a suit to recover two tf. sembled in the court auditorium. tute. All he Sunday-school- s of the investigate. Wear Proof, 3038 ChestEld. Brandt and his and thousands dollars. 2 St., Philadelphia, Pa. wife bade adieu to their Columbia We learn from the Casey County Christian church of the county are nut friends Friday forenoon, and left for (News that. Mr. Henry Aaron has pur-- ( urged to send delegates. An interestMiss Matilda Yates, whpse home was PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY. Frankfort where they will be engaged chased a lot in Liberty and will erect a ing program has been prepared. The exercises will be held in the Christian in the Fairplay country, was adjudged for the next ten days. A great treat handsome residence and remove from a lunatic last week and sent to Lakeis in waiting for the people of the CapIndianapolis to that place. We predict- church. land. She is about seventy .years old. W H. C. Sandidge, Greensburg. ed several years ago that Mr. Aaron ital city. F. J. Barger, Shiloh. During the meeting about thirty-fiv- e would eventually locate in Columbia, Fireless Cookers. Wanted. Z. T. Williams, Roley. or forty persons confessed their Savior, and we have not changed our opinion. J. R. Crawford Union. and about twenty renewed their faith. Any one interested in the Fireless G. W. Pangburn, Picketts chapel. A man with small capital to start a Cooker would do well to consult Mrs. Notice Stockmen. F. Black, Milltown. a safe, and profitable business. For Barred Plymouth Rock is the best all J. J R. Crawford on the subject. Special S. F, Eubank. particulars see purpose chicken that crows or cackles, J. F. Turner, West Fork. Don't fail to see the famous Duke of inducements for the next 30 days. Call Columbia, Ky, Greasey creek. W J. Levi, fine layers, healthy and vigorous while 31-Adair on the square in Columbia next phone B. M. Currie, Columbia. young hence easy to raise. No pen in .Monday. Duke, is showing his second Rev. J. R. Crawford will exchange the state purer bred than mine and no T. E. Ennis, Pleasant Valley. Mr. Geo. M. Stevenson, whc recent- pulpits with the Rev, W. H. C. Sanlot of colts ananas a breeder he has no better individuals, eggs for sale 17 for W. S. Dudgeon, Cane Valley. ly removed from Texas to this county, didge on next Sunday. Bro. Sandidge V. M. Epperson .equal.' J. F. Roach, Pierce Chapel. $1 00. The Pope and Pope strain, has bought a interest in the preaching for his old congregation at L. F. Payne, Antioch. tf- A S. Chewning, Columbia, Ky. i, Dohoney, Sr., has let the Roller mill located in Columbia, and Union Presbyterian church. He should Mr. J. P. D. H. Howerton, Columbia. contract for building of his residence also' ''the one on Russell's creek, from bring a large audience. W. B. Cave, Russell Springs. The instructioas to the young corn to Mr. H. C. Feese. It is to be a large Smith'& MeBeath. Mr. Stevenson is a growers of Adair county are now in the blooded White Leg- two story building of modern style. The fine citizen. He will remove his family For SALErp-F- ull Mr. M. A. Monday, Knifley. the well- hands of County Judge Moss, who is horn eggs.15 for 50 cents. work will commence as soon as the mate- to town as soon as he can secure a ' known stockman, has a very fine horse ready to dtstribate them. dwelling. rial can be' placed on the lot. Mrs. John D. Lowe. at his barn. ". -- Rosa Bell, Nell Ada Feese, Cane Valley Louise Grissom, Columbia Nellie Waggener, Columbia Fannie Sandusky, Glensfork Nora Bradshaw, Montpelier .. . Luttie Barger, Joppa Ella Conover, Columbia Lee Vista Royse, Columbia Valeria Turner, Glenville Allie Garnett, Columbia Ina Hulse, Columbia Nancy Willis, Columbia Bettie Loy, Fairplay Hulda McFarland, Rowena Estelle Bennett, Purdy Mary Miller, Columbia Rosa May Conover, Montpelier Helen Upton, Glensfork MallieMoss, Columbia Zella Fields, Breeding Mattie Gibson, Breeding, , 287 025 223 550 200 800 211905 190 172 168 165 148 143 135 131 130 130 125 122 675 000 200 400 150 ' , r : Mr. and Mrs. B T. Neat, died in El'ida, cents. The egg are from prize winning New Mexico, on March 14, 1911. The stock, Richmond, Ky. L. V. Turner, 300 deceased had been in wretched health Alontpelier, Ky Miss Vena Vier forty-fiv- e 120 400 100 925 rendered a number of beautiful duets during the meeting which closed last Wednesday night, in conversation with a News man, expressed herself as being delighted with Columbia and her peoJohn Cofer, who left this county for ple. In the run of the conversation Illinois several weeks ago. writes the she said: "The hack ride from CampNews that he secured work at Elkhart bellsville OVPP hprA POUOOf mo tn per that Columbia was an out of the way at $30cold month. He says that it-ivery and windy where he is loplace, and 1 feared the meeting would cated, but that he likes very well. He be a failure, but after seeing the town and becoming acquainted with many of says when he first arrived the high the residents, I knew it would be a suc- winds were frightful, and he could not cess. Why, you have a city and your sleep. A few weeks stay has taught people have city ways. I have never him how to keep from being blown been in a community where I found away. When he lies down at night he more intelligence. Every body is edu- ties himself to his bedstead, and sleeps very well cated even to the small boys and girls. You have miles of concrete and the We understand that Mr. J. "SnaD" large majority of homes are beautiful , Vaughan and wife are negotiating for and attractive, and the hospitality of the lot at Campbellsville upon which the residents is unexcelled. I just tell j the old hotel building, recently burned. you I am in love with Columbia, and stood. If the deal is closed the my husband and father are with me in Vaughans will build a large brick hotel. this expression." There are no better hotel people in tha State, having been in the busines for Notice. many years, and are well acquainted with the traveling public. The site is Complaint has been made to me from very desirable for a hotel. several sections of the county about Report of the fire at Campbellsville, stock running at largein districts where the running at large of stock is prohibi last week, placed Murrell & Miller's ted by law, I take this means of loss at $300. Mr. Murrell informs U3 notifying the public that this law will that they did not lose exceeding twenty be enforced and warrants will be se- dollars. cured for all who violate same. A. D Patteson, S. A. C. White Piymoth Rock Eggs. s Bettie Logan, the oldest daughter of I can furnish settings, 15 eggs, for 50 years" old. deaf and dumb, died last Thursday morning at the Lome of J. L. Conover, near Wbite Oak church. 's Es J. B. Russell has employed W. T. McFarland to overhaul his property near the Fair grounds, known as the Hudson home, and will make some additions. For Rent. acre lot in Columbia for rent. tf. T. G. Rasner hvj an i;h: n n Ivi.'in ot an t. 18-Ir- a l8-3- m Mrs. Geo. W. Staples will have a nice line of hats on display next Saturday. AH the latest styles. The ladies are invited to call. The celebrated coach horse, which is being managed by J. C Browning, will be exhibited in Columbia next Monday. 1 will grind corn Saturday. I will also sell shingles.and have plenty now for the market, either oak or chestnut. 12-3- at my mill every E. A. McKiriley well-know- Entries to the corn growers contest closed March I4th. All app'ications since that date have been dicarded. N. H. Moss, C. J. There will be a call meeting of Columbia Lodge, No. 2301. O. O. F.. next Thursday night There will be an initiation. well-know- at cost. Call I have some stylish millinery to sell on Mrs. Ida Wilson, Cane Valley, Ky. Kate B Squires. e Judge T A. Murrell and Prof. N. W. Miller, insurance agents, sustained a small loss in the Campbellsville nre I have secured a very fine Marion-countJack. His pedigree will appear next week. A S. Chewning. Fott Sale: One six year old combined Red Bird horse. Would trade for cattle. Call on Tne News. Eld. Tobias Huffaker will preach at y p, Ober-Amme- r- e i Pleasant Grove next Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. ol son-in-la- w 14-1- Ladies and children's ready to wear hats, from 25 cents up, at Mrs. Geo.W. Staples. For Sale; mare mult s. A pair of 3 year old Ben Hutchison. Columbia, Ky. Contest closes next Saturday at 7 p. m. A good second hand buggy for sale. Mrs. Georgia Shelton. Next Monday will be county court. FOXES WANTED. c " one-thir- d Gror and Ked Foxes Squirrels Coons iioo to 12.50 .50 I to 75to 1.00 - And Express. Send name of your express office In firs lS letter. W. T. HODGEN. Box 232 Campbellsville Kj I' 'ir vpti' --- -n fFWtTT " ' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Lattimore, N. C. 3 ditor News: Mention has been made in jyour columns that I have been teaching my second term at J3eam's Academy, Rutherford county, N. C. Uur term ciosea last wee, anu we had an entertainment on tne night of March 11, 1911. The weather was ideal, the audience was large and well behaved: and joy was inexpressible. The exercises began at 7;30 p. m., and consisted of class songs. 'Bonnie Blue Flag, The Old Kentucky Home. Old Lang Syne, ijuawnee Kibber, and Home, Sweet Home," as well as a good leal of instrumental music. Several recitations were well rendered, and we also had di" pupils are in my room, and Columbia District, more were in the room of my as- -' Second Round.' gone on before us brothers and lUiiUUUUUiillUiiUiiUiitUiiiiliitlUtiltillilliliilliililUliU sistant. Bless rour life, a true son of Kentucky loves his native land as the sweet singer of captive Israel preferred Jerusalem above his chief joy. In Georgia, Vir- ginia) Soufch Carolinaf the aunny fields of Tennessee, and the old . North State, I have felt the tears spring to my eyes as I heard violin, piano, military bands, and orchestras render the "Old Ken- 25. Peytonsburg, tucky Home, or Auld Lang -- sisters. Friends, come on and April we will see her again, in that Jamestown, Jamestown 1 2. land where there will be no death ' rS Monticello, Mill Springs, April and no more good byes. The funeral services were con- West Monticello, Mt Pleasant, ducted by Rev. Charles Dean, April 1112. after which the remains were Russell Springs, Mt Oliver, laid to rest by the side of heri April 15 16. husband to await the resurrection when the dead in Christ will Burkesville, Grider, April 22 rise, inow inends, let us all so 23. Bear Creek, Goose Creek, April live that we will be in the first H I Offer for the Next Twenty Days or as Long as E S 89. Stock Lasts j j ; i i i - One Car Load Of Wai :ons At the Following Prices Mitchell 21 Gears Only Milburn 3 Milburn 31 - " " Resurrection. Spears chapel April 29 Death of a Little Girl. yne. At Columbus, Ga made that Dlace , .,;,. ., HllUCOOtU T , s, April 27. Renox, Providence, while we head-quarter- I 30. Qv. -- Albany, Maupin, May 910. ville. In the saddest part of that old play, the orchestra ren- - Glensfork, Creelsboro, May 13 dered Auld Lang Syne. Joe; 14. Blow, alogues, "Striking the Campbellsville Cir., Roach ville Matthews, one of my associates, Pumpkin Ridge, Buck Brought turned an(J looked afc me After May 20-- 21. to Time. Arkansas Traveler, The thep,ay wQg Qver he saW; ..j Thurlow, Lady's chapel, May Doctor Shop, and Axin Her Fa-- ; knew bring you 23. wouM ther," also these tableau scenes White. for you are always hum Greensburg, Hodges chapel, with colored lights. May 24. ming that tune." Allow me to remark, incidentSpurlington and Early, Poplar in regard to our closing exer ally, that the "Old Kentucky cizes, we had a stirring talk on Grove, May 25. Home" is a great favorite in "Education," by M. L. Martin, Wesley chapel. Mannsville, North Carolina. In catering to Esq., who went from teaching to May 2728. most audiences in the country, the legal profession. Campbellsville station, May 28 we find that simple, or senti29. Melvin L. White. very strong mental songs make a Casey Creek, Pellyton, June 3 Ella. appeal. It is related that when -- 4. Jenny Lind, the glorious Sweed-isColumbia, June 10 11. We are having cool weather appeared in Nightingale, Cane Valley, June, 1112. now, and it is going hard with New York, she sang for the upGradyville, June,17 18. the people. music. per ten all the Temple Hill, June, 2021. Mr. James Smiley and wife perfunctory apA great deal of Tompkinsville, June, 22. to their beds with plause went up, and much of it are confined West Tompkinsville, June,24 gripp. from people who could not have the 25. Mr. S. W Piles is on the sick distinguished between Yankee The District conference will be Doodle and Old Hundred. An list. held at Russell Springs June Mr. Rasner from Columbia, old man from the obscure walks The first day will be &t life, requested that she sing will move near Ella, in a short taken for the work of the Sunthe masterpiece of John Howard time. We will be very glad to day School and Epworth League Payne. In her rich contralto have him with us. conference. voice she granted his request, Miss Etwal Williams visited Let all local preachers read the and the whole audience felt the Lizzie Abrell one day last week. law regarding their attendance spirit of the sad, sweet melody, Mr. Montie Tarter, who has at the district conference and composed by a wanderer. been on the sick list for a few govern themselves accordingly. , I iJUJ,.., formed by troupe of Pearl Clinton, Five Springs, May 6 Mel- - 7. Last Tuesday night about half past 12 o'clock the death angle visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will McMahan, claiming their oldest daughter, Mary. We were 3 a Woven Wire Fence ... ... - i $40 00 $4250 $45 00 Ten Thousand Rods Guaranteed the Best Wire and 20 Better Galvanized than any other Fence. verv much shocked when hearing of her sudden death, for she 3 was sick only a few day. Weep not dear parents for Mary is not dead but only a sleep in Jesus, awaiting your comming S to that beautiful home where!;- there will be no more sickness 3 I Note Prices 26 in 7 Bars Regular Standard Farm Fence 18c The Rod ' " " " 221c " " 32 " 8 " ( n- ! on i 4. q 48 "10 " 28 Barbed Wire Small 80 rod Spools $1 70 44 44 Large 80 44 2 50 " " " " " " " Spool 'zz. " i nor death. We know it was hard to part with her but, she is only await- are offering $5 000 00 worth of new Up todate Clothing at 25 Off Lowest Cash Prices. No fixed up prices and no dark We ing for you at the pearly white gate where there will be noirs more sad partings and good J3 i Closet Sale. We offer $4 000 00 Worth of New Clean Shoes 20 per cent off Lowest Cash Prices . We have a few Thousand at h i up-to-da- te -- Mary was a kind loving little girl, loved by all who knew her. She leaves father, mother one little sister, three half broth ers and several relatives andir3 friends to mourn her loss. The deceased was 12 years old, born and reared at her late home near Fry, Green county. Her remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground at Fry. Aunt Concie. byes. 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 $6 25 We are offering Dry Goods at Remarkably Low Prices. We will Discount the lowest Cash Prices 10 per cent on the following lines. Manure Spreaders, Mowing Machines, Cultivators, Walking and Riding Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Plows. Disc Harrows, Clod Crushers and Pulverizers. Buggies and Surreys. J i Program. Of Fifth Sunday meeting of Second North Concord associotion rS Correspondence Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. m to be held with Free Union iH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?!!!!!!!!!!!!?!)!!!!!?!!! church on Saturday and Sunday 29 and 30 of April, 1911. school on the account of sickness Ru$by. 1. Devotional exercises, 10 a. intered school again Monday. m. Mrs- Kate Akin and Miss Ada Mrs. George Simmon and 2. Our association and its Aikn and two daughters, daughter Annie, were confined to her needs, J. S. Wade and Aaron Golan and Blanche, stayed all their rooms last week with measWilson. night with Mr. Milt England and les. literature, 3. Denominational wife, last Thursday night. He Paul Vanzant, who has been M. T. Grime and J. M. Williams. is on the sick list. confined to his room with pneu4. The Bible plan of forgiving Mr. Pen Rupe's wife is lying monia for three or four weeks is one another, C. L. Bradley and very low.. I don't see any better at this writing. W. F. J. Wilson. chance for her to get well. Mrs. Irene Yates, who has - i Woodson Lewis, - Greensburg, Ky. -- Dringf the Civil War when the days is i i better at this writing, There will be preaching at the Goodin school house next Satur- Flag Finally, one band played day niSht.and Sundav- Miss .Utwall Williams was visHome, Sweet Home, and the 'other fell into the same strain, iting her sister, Mrs. Pearl Bar- instead of the feeling of defiance re't 'as Sunday. the brave soldiers felt a spirit of Mrs. Lizzie Rice, of Absher, fraternity, and each side felt the was visiting her parents, Mr. sentiment of this immortal favor- - and Mrs. F. J. Hardwick last , ite, and tears coursed down the Saturday and Sunday. .faces of the bravest of the brave. Mrs.' Viola Neat, of Neatsburg, J&ne is a great leveller and a was visiting the family of J. B. great healer of wounds. As all Abrell, last Tuesday, your readers know, North Car-- ; Mr. G. B. Williams is on the st- olina was one of the Confederate sc states, and thirty years ago you A Fit.rre Night Alarm WOUld have been insulted had is the hoarse, startling cough of a child ' Often it r i rrV, suddenly attacked by croup. i.,ri juu iriajrcu iuai uiiug TV. ,vmuBii ManchesGeorgia, Yankee Doodle, or Star aroused Lewis Chambnn, of ter, 0.,R. R. No 2 for their four ."Spangled Banner." Now our children were greatly subject to croup. bands play those pieces at school "Sometimes in severe attacks," he entertainments; and the "Dixie" wrote "we were afraid they would girls like to sing them, and die, but since we proved what a certain promptly march to the music of remedy Dr. Kings New Discovery is. rely on it for ""Marching Through Georgia and we have no fear. We croup and for coughs, colds or any Yankee Doodle." throat or lung trouble." So do thous! bine and the gray were camped either side of Rappahanock, j.i. i e iti t ,nt: ucuiua ui eiuier army went, out on one Sabbath afternoon to rehearse. The Federals played Yankee Doodle, and the Confederates awoke the nimble notes of Dixie. The Union band played the stately cadences of the Star Spangled Banner, and the "Johnnies" retorted with Bonnie Blue -- - i Mrs Sarah Abrell is number-oe(j witn the sick this week. Miss Mandy Claborn and sister were visiting Lizzie Abrell last Wednesday evening. Mr. Joe Barton has left this place, for Illinois. We wish him good luck. I especially request that al who love God pray daily for the presence of the Holy Spirit. The committee are as follows: License, J. L. Murrell, J. A. Johnson, R. T. McConnell. Admission, B. M. Currie, R. L. Talley, J. P. Van Hoy. Orders. J. H. Walker, D. T. Tarter, G. W. Pangburn. T. L. Hulse, P. E. Obituary. SUNDAY MORNING 10 O'LOCK. The subject of this sketch, i - j . j j -- -- Mo-.v- .;f . one more -- do to It 'wouldschoolme good Old teach Ken in The - ! n,lrr Hnmp Fnr t.hirhv-tw- n years I have been continuously on the firing line, and I love the Here, I have already be- -' rgun to teach children of my first jpupils. This makes two terms sX. Beam's Academy for me, and several children of my former I She done God's good women. what she could; Mark 14 8. Read for yourself. She was good to every one, but especially to the poor, always ready to lend a helping hand In all times of need. She ands of others. So may you. Asthma. Her work was well done. Hay Fever' ' La Grippe, Whooping was aware that her time was up, Cough, Hemorrhages fly before it50c and got her own clothing and and $L Trial bottle free. Sold by the Lhad them made to order. She Drug Co. Paull will be greatly missed by all. She leaves only one brother, In 1902 the mileage of wires Bailey and a number of used for telephones was four Arch day. and manv Mr. W. S. Bottom was the times as great as that of tele- step grandchildren "Mr. Herschel Harper, of Rangraph wires, but five years later friends. Sister McElroy is not guest of his father and mother dolph, who has been absent from dead but sleepeth; she has only Saturday night. ; it was eight times as great. ! sister Clara, the second wife of Frances McElroy. She was born Dec, 26, 1839 was married to Frances McElry June 24, 1879, and died at Esto, Ky., in her 3. How to develop a greater home, February 23rd. 1911. interest in Sunday school work, Sister McElroy was converted M. T. Grime, J. O. Sutherland and joined the United Baptist at and J. S. Wade. White Oak, Adair county about W. F. Wilson, ) Committee. E. J. Walters fifty years ago. Later on with o her husband moved their memSpeck. bership to Liberty church, Russell county, in this she lived a The farmers are getting along memoer ana was iaun - ne wjtn tnejr wor consistent ful until death called her home. Wheat is looking fine in this Sister McElroy was one of; section. i X and modern sanctification compared, J.O. Sutherland and C. L. Bradley. 2. How to secure better discipline in ' our churches, J. R. Grider and E. G. Wilson. 1. Bible sanctification Mrs. Kate Akin and Miss Ella Royse and Miss Golan Akin, spent Friday night with Mr. Ruel Shive and wife. Mr. Bob Royse and family are visiting "her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jo M. Shive. Mr'. Willie Yarberry returned home last Wednesday. Miss Minnie Coomer is on the sick list with lagrippe. Mr. vand Mrs. Gaston visited their daughter Saturday and Sunday, Mrs. Nellie Royse. Edmonton. been on the sick list for several days is better at thi? writing. Mr. Rollin Cassady and Miss Gassady were quietly married March 11th at the home of the brides parents. The groom is a son of Emet Cassady and is an industrious young farmer. The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Cassady. Misses Lottie Amos and Kath-erin- e Kinnaird, who have been to their rooms with confined, pneumonia, are better at this The last half of March is blowing out rapidly. Mr. E. R. Murrah has moved The few days of sunshine last his mill from Baker branch to week put a hustle on our farmers Stone creek. in the way of breaking land for Mr. J. W. Bottom has moved corn, sowing oats and planting potatoes. to the John Baldwin place. Prof.T.. M. Bandy, who has Little Speck is winning the been teaching a class in vocal day. Mr. Ed Baldwin spent last music at Hickory ridge closed his school last Sunday. week in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Wilson, Mr. M. C. Baldwin spent Alone community, were several days last week in Louis- of the visiting at Albert Vanzant's Sunville. writing. Mr. Kire Bragg, of Sparksville and Ex Judge, M. O. Scott, of this place, were in Barren county several Jays of last, week on business. our efficient road overseer is doing some excelent work on the Glasgow road. Uncle Peter Gosser of the Cave ridge community, was able to be in town Tuesday. Has Millions of friends. How would you like to number you friends by millions as Bucklen's Arnica Salve does? Its astounding cures in the past forty years made them. Its the best Salve in ehe world for sores, ulcers, eczema, burns, boils scalds, cuts, corns, sore eyes, sprains, swellings, bruises, cold sores. Has no equal for piles. 25c at Paull Drug Co. Mr. Bruce Demoradrum, , & -i- j- -- 5V V 1HF. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 'J 3 THE ZH ,fla VMM- Wm LS3&2?g LOUISVILL :j 2txli X&Eiz: 'rM MSISMllSiMlSS &agy illMQQUS IKJSSEiSS ISBJ ltW Our Fifth Annual Cataio; itf wjm W$M IS b r TIMES FOR BRIGHTER, Wi xv contest Heanna This book will prove a valuable guide to the home furnisher, as the faithful illustrations of Is ready for distribution. Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums make it Possibe do Your Shopping at Home Every item is of greatest interest and the Lace Curtain and Drapery pages add special value to our attrartive offerings. Write us a card to day for the Catalog to 1911 BETTER, US K33 Eli &a&di r"lS ;l i Hubbuch SSI! FC Bros. & BIGGER THAN EVER THEIREGULAR Wellendorff; Incorporated PRICE OF 522 and 525 West Market St. FHE LOUISVILLE TIMES jgj LSSJ 32R3 r m A6a' ffK ' "TiTr 3 li&fci S $5.00 A YEAR. i; y $J$1 .: & X 8 IP YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US, YOU CAN GET $:$$$$$4 s 5? High-Grad- e Louisville, Kentucky. & feShj; r.zm KV in 1 !p1 B 7& Errtsil! ? Marble trx.r;.i Granite Sec you US K THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND . ESS: rvw L21 Cemetery work of all kind.... before buy..... m& ESS X i.'py ' KtoLJ . & THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR m '"ftfj! .CfC i VW&i FOR ONLY $4.50. one More week to Make tlii t imE The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. In Wliii.li ts: Main Street, ; Represented by C. G. Jeffries in this and adjoining counties Lebanon, Ky, Courier-Journ- al Hi ffhf.y THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed 111 anywhere. Has the best corps of correspondents. Covers the Kentucky field per' f Fit F$M ti LAXATIVE SENT FREE TO TRY It may be taken for granted that there is no family that does not sometime need a laxative. If you don't know of a good laxative, or the laxative you are using is losing its effect, we want to call your attention to Dr. that does not gripe effective and yet so mild that babies cart take it. Its tonic ingredients invigorate the body and strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles so that they again do their work naturally. If you have been a victim of salts, pills and strong cathartics you will discard them when you once use Syrup Pepsin. You can buy a fifty cent or one dollar bottle of any druggist, but before doing so you may want to try it free. If so, send your address to Dr. Caldwell and he will promptly forward a free sample bottle. Then, being convinced, do as others are doing and buy it in the regular way of your tive-ton- ic US fectly. Covers the general news field completely. m ?s mar- The Piano is Worth Working For, But Yovi Mu.st Keep Busy to Win it fj X a f Has the best and fullest kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics, but fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP! TION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPER not to The Louisville Times. The Democratic Rooster. Says the Leitchfield Gazette: "While the people want good man to fill the offices, they want to know what a man stands for before they vote for him. You can no longer depend upon the majority of those who have affiliated with the Democratic party in the past to vote for a man simply because his name is found unIerth2roD3ter. If the so called leaders of the party think so, they had better change their minds before it is everlastingly and eternally too late." Such party leaders as are inclin ed to believe that the Gazette J l I ? has underestimated the rooster's ability will do well to recall that for eight of the past sixteen years the Governor's chair at Frankfort has been filled by a Republican, and that a beggarly majority of some three thousand in 1900 was Jall that prevented the Republican from having twelve ot the sixteen years to their credit. Kentucky is still a Democratic State, but only when the Democrats put their best foot foremost. If there is any room for question as to the relative merits of the candiplatforms of the two A dates and f parties Kentucky is as likely to H return a Republican as a Demot cratic majority. At least that is large eagle recently at their (S:acker a farmer killed a large home on Dry Branch pike afco.it eagle under almost similar cir-vSEffq KiS 5 miles from town. They had gone cumstances. Harrodsburir Her-to the pasture to drive up the aid. tA Ki A?b!Wfi WMi &. 4S :t IIC jy 3 IIS 3M SSrafem. sheep for the night, and were vgj astonished to find an eagle at DR. M. E. JONES work on the carcass of a lamb A Tribute to My Mother. the way it has been in the past workhouse cost the city $220 a Veterinary Surgeon and Dentists which it had evidently killed. The sixteen years and the number of year; a prisoner on the farm has BY R. L. CAMPBELL, DIRIGO, KY. Columbia, Kentucky. bird was so large that they were men who do their own thinking earned $100 for the city. This is afraid to molest it and started the and who vote without regard to the average. An actual loss of When mama dear was just a girl party emblems on local and State sixty cents a day for each pris- Her hair was black with many a curl; flock cf sheep toward the barn, but the eagle seemed to resent issues is showing no signs of de- - oner has been turned into a gain She then was always bly the and gay And merry as a living Fay; the taking away of his quarry as of thirty cents. Further, the recrease. Like Milo Venus she was fair his appetite was evidently not The Democratic Executive Com formatory influence has been re- Her equal was not any where; mittee has so far seen fit to ig- markable, the prisoners taking a She laughed and sang from morn till satisfied, and he left his feast Special attention srlven toOentLstry. THs and flew over the flock of sheep dark nore these facts. It has decreed keen interest in their work,.and eases of the Eye. Poll Evil. Fistula, and al several times almost lighting a- - other Diseases which visits Dumb Rrutes. that the choice of the primary giving evidence of a desire to be- As merry as a singing lark. But days passed on and would not stay mong them. Then he would rise ITa3 I a co barn near JI. An tit's ahoi b must depend for election on his come useful citizens. A variety And several years soon passed away; Bomar Heights. Office in barn. and fly toward the men, some Dersonal popularity, the chance of work is supplied which suits And ma had to a woman grown Gen. Nelson A. Miles says that times only four or five feet above that a majority of the voters will the various abilities of prisoners. As gentle, kind, as ever known; Though very poor her sympathy them. When this had occurred if the Japs tackle this country prefer the picture of the rooster Reached out to all humanity; Japan is said to be seeking to some four or five times, the eagle they will be annihilated. This is to that of the log cabin. Twenty-fiv- e west No beggar passed her open door island on the showing very plainly that he did a different view from that taken or thirty years ago the com- acquire an Mexico, and failing in But what she'd share her little store; coast of mittee's plan might have worked that to secure permission for na- And though her health was far from not intend to let the flock of by other army officers who haver sheep go withouc a fight, the predicted swift defeat for good admirably, in view of the fact val practice in Magdalena Bay. worked States, for a few months that Kentucky was then certain The United States will probably She could. and worked whene'er she young men hurried to the house and secured a shot gun. On their at least. Gen. Miles is a fairly to go Democratic, no matter what extend the Monroe Doctrine to Though many women this would dread reappearance in the pasture the' good expert and knows more of else happened. But the politician declare that no Asiatic power can Ma worked to earn her daily bread; eagle with a shrill cry rose in war than most of those who are or party which proceeds on the be permitted to acquire naval And not content when this was done the air and darted toward them posing as critics. He is right in theory that Kentucky's people are stations or' naval privileges on She'd educate her only son. of the same way of thinking as this side of the Pacific. Asia must And thus she'd worked for many years when Hosier fired and the king 'one respect: Japan never couldi Nor shirked her task when it brought of the air fell dead at his feet, successfully invade this country. they were thirty years ago is in not be permitted to gain a foottears They believe that the eagle a fair way to be waked up with hold on this continent. in Wisconsin a tax of $6 a year-wouMy education's not the best have attacked them but fs imposed on bachelors. This is But don't you think that ma needs a shock after the election is over. rest? Ordinarily, if a farmer sows for the lucky shot. Several lambs hardly enough to persuade mem The rooster is a noble bird, but days come on and will not stay For it's too much to expect him to , alfalfa in the spring, he has his And months and years soon pass away. have been missed from their ,' to marry, if their inclinations are , , ,, ,, ti. flock of late and they have been otherwise and also not enough, to Vw Uv A uu (nnmnnnf . vVTv XlUliJi on ememv. tne weeas. to content! .qoiVH A "" J U " rJoT 4n mnntt ucauo much puzzled about the mysteri- - raise much revenue. The baeh-o""J 1inn1n J M. T tne seasuii ue uamp auu Mid raven locks are silver threads; Wlin. II disappearance imtil Sunday elors should bo required to pay s Kansas has ended its first cloudy, the alfalfa may not grow Those silver threads, my story's told afternoon when they saw the tax of $50 a year unless there year's experience with a muni- fast, but weeds will. Therefore, For mother dear is1 growing old. cipal farm which supplanted an June may see him mowing to for the first time. . He had not enough women to go rounds Thrilling Experience. expensive workhouse. According retard a rampant growth of evidently been preying, on the If a man could show that he hac report of the Board of weeds instead of gathering a Hosier and Hughes Horn had flock for several weeks. In Bour- - proposed and been rejected that: Public Welfare, a prisoner in the profitable cutting of prime hay. a most thrilling experience with bon county last week George ought to let him. out T ' HI Vote at the News Office and sell Co's Store. Sj i,A Hill j&us- - Bii WB Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of families are using successfully. We have scores of letters from mothers, and scores from prominent men saying they are using it personally and giving it to their families, men like . Mr. C. K. Smith of the Traffic Clearing House. Pine Bluff, Ark., and Mr. George B. Turner, a lawyer of Harlan, Ky. The thousands of mothers who use it themselves and give it to their children would take too much space to men- favorite druggist. tion. For the free sample address Dr. W. The reason they prefer Syrup Pep- B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building; sin is that it is a mild, gentle laxa Monticello, 111. i S ty tht-Unite- d ( ld L-- 1 nTrt.o I 1 ". "" us , are-eagl- . to-th- e j THE ADAIR COUNTS NEWS A terrible fire occurred in New afternoon. the inner chamber, and gave to York Published Every Wednesday the reading public the first pos- - It broke out in a ten story build- BYjTHE - itive assurance of a Democratic ing on Washington and Greene Adair County News Company. platform convention, and the Streets and over 140 girls and date on which it is to be held is women perished. ( Incorporated.) outside of oar knowledge of Militown. EDITOR. prudent political action on the CHAS. S. HARRIS part of our committee. Again nimfviilr nnircnuniiP HnMfjri fit ttlH in Wheat is coming out and looks wrest of the City of Columbia and tlie people the Herald States: '. f Adair and ad Jaccnt counties. Ju(Jge Ree(j wantg the Democratic nice. State Executive Committee to call a There are quite a lot of folks 1'0',l"offlce as vec" convention. The committe will M?tcr,l,Wa in this country sick with the m0(jaj.e e pa(ucah jurist, but will ask him to until after the pri- - grippe. held" WED. MARCH. 29, 1 911, mary is Miss Julia Penick taught a From the above, it would ap- - private school at Mr. J. H. CaldThe announcement of Judge pear that an intimate relation well this winter. She closed her William Reed, of Paducah, for exists between the Herald writer school last Friday and returned the Democratic nomination for and the majority part of our to her home in Cane Valley. Governor, dispels the mists that committee; that it is more closely Miss Anna Stinson of near have enveloped the party since allied to the organ of the com-th- e Monroe, Hart county,, is visiting withdrawal of Hon. Benimon political foe than to any relatives in this neighborhood Johnson. His entry into the Democratic publication-- regard-rac- e weeks. mustsatisfy every Demo- - less of past service or future for a few Mr. J. R, Tutt was in Louis- crat who lamented Mr. Johnson's worth and influence, ville last Friday and Saturday " action, and who sincerelv be- ?OT1Qfnr liAvprf that npit-Mr... The Democrats of the State where he sold his last years crop iQi Creary nor Mr. Adams, could !might as wel1 know right now of tobacco. He said he was very I rt tn bring to the polls that magcifi-- l uiab umebb Lue Dievc"ul u,Bluu well pleased with the prices he cent majority that awaits party has representation on the State received considering the low ifc wiH cost the ticket prices paid for tobacco on the unity in opposition to Republican iticket forces. His announcement alsojseveral thousands votes in the market. 0f course' we Mr. J. R. Tutt, Jr., and Miss should be gratifying to the many ifinal eIection ardent admirers of his oppo-- 1 have n0 other idea than but there Annie L. Blakeman who eloped i.i, ,:ii 4... will be one or two men on the to Jeffersonville, Ind., last Tuesjiciius, aa ii win give liic pcuty a full and unobstructed chance ticket fiom this district, but we day were married and returned to choose its standard bearer simply give this as a timely home on Wednesday. They will from a broad field backed by warning that if there should be make their home here with the character and ability. Judge an omission of this district it bridegrooms parents, Mr. and Reed comes before the Dem- would be a grave mistake which Mrs. J. R. Tutt. Their many ocrats of this State in response would place the ticket in very friends wish than many happy to what he believes to be party serious doubt. Somerset times. returns. duty. He saw the tangled sit- Now what do you think of that? Last second Saturday morn-- 1 Wednesday that the strike in Pray tell us how many men do uation into which our party had ing the Baptist members of the Burnside on the Q. & C. route unfortunately gotten, and obey- you expect to be on the next church here recalled Rev. W. S. wasn't yet over, though some of ed the call oi many true Dem- ticket? One ought te be enough Dudgeon to preach this year. the trains were running. ocrats to broaden our opportoni-t- y for any district, don't you think? We are very glad to have Rev. ' .. T n n AIAA. JWUiJ,XUuc "c"11 W UUJJO, And if the Journal is not mis- ! IrwAnH huaaaU in selecting a candidate for nwrn Ait iuugeuu pxeacn xui last Tuesday. Governor. He is a man of cour- - taken the Eleventh district will year. by Misses Mona Helm and Mollie age anu auiiiLy, a uuuge unu a be represented on the ticket Bradshaw spent Saturday night Democrat, true to every convic- one of the best and most deserv-- ! Helm. at H. B. Helm's. tion of equal rights for all and ing Democrats in Kentucky Jim county the Spring is here, and we are Miss Jessie Buster was in this exclusive privileges for none. Garnett, of Adair next Attorney General of Ken- - having some very beautiful bottom last Wednesday. r H jiii ma cuiiiuuiiceuitniL - mh nnl.n abii THE 'ADAIR COUNTY EWSimeanstheHeraldwriterreached . ; last-'Saturda- y $44444Q4e440eMQ$fr$$gi '"rTTW x i i i mme4 jmv , ' 1 nma" T j I xniSfrATX' -- ArHr r mcm ? 5 j 0$ i ; , J j Have you seen our New Spring-- Stock of Buggies and Driving Wagons? Come in and look them ove"r before you buy, perhaps we can save you some money. ; L ws I rf Li I "i 4- Lt 1 - 1 Reecl Hardware L Columbia, Ky. ! . i. i 4 4 fr I Q"Q"Q"Q4"Q"frCQ"Q"Q"fr i X FOR 50c. fl Two weeks Treatment 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 ; I - - I i I . T- - T-- - k y H t. t . i- 1 Jessiamine Journal. weather at present. Fort Bliss, Tex. Mr. Willie Faulkenburg, df the issues that confront us by Hon. James Garnett, of Coadopting a platform, thus show- - lumbia candidate for the Dem-in- g Jamestown, and Mr. Hitchcock, that he is not merely seeking , ocratic nomination for Attorney of Albany, were here last Satur- Editor News: I will try to write a few lines office, but desirous of doing duty. Renerai was a visitor in Midwav day. . .. --No longer need dissension live in this week. He is very much Last Tuesday night was the to my old Adair County friends, our party, no longer any fear ex- pleased with his prospects as he Steamer Rowena's first trip out which I left only a few months LOUISVILLE, KY. ago. ist that political chicanery would finds them in going about over since the strike. B. F. Sauter, Owner. throttle the will of the great the state. Our information is Mrs. E. Mann was shopping As I have been in the army only a few months and have met body of Democrats. Its a. trian- that he has a very large and in Creelsboro, last Wednesdav. lots of the Adair county boys, gle again, with three sterling strong following in this county. Mr. Jas. McClure and son, L. Democrats of character and Mr. Garnett is splendidly equipp- A. McClure, were in Jamestown and find' them all fine soldiers. Vf 5 .'IN Examining myself and I think ?1 ability contending for honors and ed for the important office to last Monday. 7TC LOUISVILLE SHOPPERS r probably if I keep on improving j to do party serv- ' which he aspires, and we feel an opportunity Mrs. J. M. Heath and son, Joe, I will finally be one among them. Find it profitable to do their shopping at our store. We know ice and public duty. X you will also find it profitable if you do your shopping at onr NIT free in urging our friends to were in Creelsboro, Thursday. I have been over lots of ground store, in person or by mail 7K support him, knowing that he is Mr. Cull Grider, of Burnside, i Nf 7K 25c FOULARD Strange, but true, the Louis . in different states but none like w MEN'S SILK every way worthy of their spent Tuesday night at the home lin ? 15c old Adair. ville Herald, the only Republican SOCKS 25c $17. SUITS $11.95 confidence, and will, if elected, of Mr. G. S Blankenship. Mercerized Wen's Pure Silk IN paper of general circulation, in I am stationed right in a vast Foulards, handbring to the administration of black IN These are exceptionally Socks, Mrs. J. S. Wooldridge spent jplain.-b- ut the State, gives the first tip of itist't nothing to com- - IN some styles, and colors; 39e office unusual talents and the 25c quality at handsome suits at the price. M last Monday at Levi Lester's. pare with old Adair. Well boys, quality 25c. the inside workings of the State 7K ability. Midway Clipper. 15 c They are mad from pure Executive Democratic Commit Miss Laura Jackman was in of Adair county, the army suits sis i PURE WOOL IN PERCALE xi M wool fabrics and well tailored. SERGE 49c me and I will remain just wHere ?K WRAPPERS tee regarding its attitude on a' 7K Creelsboro last week. Our Gentry's Mill correspond95c We show this line in black Pure Wool platform convention. From the Mrs. Beldon Helm, of Den- I am at, and you can join if you French Serge, Ladies Percale and colors, in French Serge, ent sends iu a private note, askwant to. I wouldn't advise you Big Sandy to the Mississippi, and black and colWrappers cut ing what has become of Caleb mark, was visiting his mother, ors; a great ral-u- e to join right now for you are apt full, neatly Storm Serge, English Worstfrom the Ohio to our Southern Mrs. M. F. Helm, Sunday night. at 49c Powers; what is he doing, and made: special eds, Fancy Mixtures, etc. to be placed up for a target, and border, Democrats have been 7T Mr. T. Bradshaw and family 95c he has been sworn in as a Many Suits elsewhere at $17. 50 TABLE DA- vi asking for a platform, and many if unless you are a sharp shooter, LADIES SILK MASK 39 Congressman. As to his where- visited relatives at this place, are no better. As a special Bleached Table IN as I am, you are liable to go unof the leading papers of the HOSE 35 Nt abouts, we do not know. We Saturday night. Ladies' Pure bargain we offer them at Damask, a IN der the kinks. state have appealed to the coml Silk Hose, with take it that he will be sworn in The huckster wagon, run by quality worth I am glad to note mittee to call a convention for that 7K lisle top 50c $11.95. 50c; as a great as the Representative from the Aaron Bros., made this place quality 25c I am a soldier of the United this specific purpose, but so far, special at 39c. l Eleventh Kentucky district when Monday. only evidence of its realizathe States of America. I like the Congress convenes in extra sessMr. M. C. Helm and wife GATHOFS, Lcois ville, Kentucky. tion rests on the statement of soldier life. There isn't much ion next month. Mrs. M. F. 2J were at the home of "Argus" in the Herald, and is IN place for Democrats, so if you X Eighth and Market Helm, last Saturday night. as follows; please print this, so W. M. Democrats of Knox county Mr. H. B. Helm took dinner Urey Woodson is still raving because will get hold of it. Say, the Democratic committee has not met at Barbour ville last Satur- with his brother, Mr. J. M. Mr. Wilmore, we are scarce of called a convention for the purpose of day in mass convention and passMonday. It was his 55th drum heads for our band, Helm, framing a platform. If Mr Woodson trouble to poll the mem- ed resolutions calling for a State birthday. will take the haven't you got a couple of bers of the committee he will find that Convention to be held in Louis Miss Julia Helm visited at M. horse hides on hand? Well take a majority of them favor a "platform WATCH MAKER and JEWELER ville May 16th for the purpose of F. Helm's, Sunday night. , convention" to be held on July 16. joke easy, and if you that O P T I C I A.N Strange things happen, it is adopting a platform arid to attend Miss Maggie Wooldridge was haven't got them, just step oyer 'sa " said, but it is strange indeed to other important business. The the guest of Miss Ghoul Helm to Charlie Sparks and ' borrow a My .Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfacikm a Democratic committee Knox county Democrats urge all ' that Joe K. Sparks, last Saturday night and Sunday. couple. -. seems closer to a Republican Office in . Co., H; 23 Inf., the counties of the State to take Mr. Staton, with the Cumber-- r Journal than the Democratic J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store. Fort Bliss, Texas. land Grocery Co., reported here press. How, when, or by what the same action. Me no,f fo foi,Q o ;.;, i ,. i tucky.-T- he j j -- -- . .,. City Hall Pharmacy, -- t , t ...... j co-d- ay Wil-mo- re )KNNN - I S. N. HANCOCK ff 5 PERSONAL. Mr. Geo. W. 'Thomas was here last I Saturday. Mr. E. W. Webb, of Russell county, was here last Friday. Mr. A. B. Gowdy is spending a week er two in Columbia. Mr. TJ. O. Hurt was here from sell Springs a few days ago. . ft S3 O i v Rus- f Farmers THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS If. ' -! J Mrs. Byron Montgomery returned from Athertonville last week. Mrs. J. D. Flowers, who was quite sick last week, is improving. Mr. John D. Lowe will spend the re- attainder of thisiweek in Nashville. Mr. Leo Baldauf, Louisville, visited his wife here the first of the week. Miss Julia Eubank returned from the millinary markets last Friday night , "O U o ( ii j j 4 Who have used the Black Hawk Corn Df wil buy no other Call on 1 e o Mr. F. L. Wilson, Russell Springs, was here Monday, en route to markec. Mr. Rollin Hurt was at Burkesville all last week, engaged in circuit court. Mr. Robt Todd, who is in college at Danville, is spending a few days at i home. days of Dr. J. H Grady spent a few last week with his brother, Thomas, at j Gradyville. Misses Bessie Gase, Ruth and Minnie Ingram visited Miss Nonie Conover Saturday and Sunday. Miss Nonie Conover entertained a number of special friends last Saturday night. All report a fine time. ; -- raw F g ii $ t& f9 e They will supply your wants a I 04 ! I j Mr. T. R. Stults, who is Secretary of State Board of Equalization, is at home from Frankfort for a few days. Hon. M. Rey Yarberry, who is in the revenue service, located at Louisville, is spending a few days at home. Mr. C. E. Guthrie, of Rowena, was here last week, visiting his brother, who is in school, and other relatives. A Mrs. J. C. Glasscock and Miss Ina Dohoney, of near Lebanon, visited their sister, Mrs. J. C. Browning, last week. Mr. Short Follis who has been visiting relatives in Columbia, for several weeks, has returned to his nome in Young and wife, of Burkesville, were here last week, Mrs. Young's mother. Mis. Mary Hudson, being quite ill. Mr. Henry Coleman, wife and children, of Lebanon, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brack Massie, several days of last week. Mr. Estus Barger and wife, who recently returned from the State of Washington to Russell county, visited Mr. M. O. btevenson and family and other relatives in Adair county last week. Additional Locals. Commissioner's Sale. f I have a nice five room cottage for rent, J J. tf. Dr. W. F. Cartwright. Somerset letter came in this morning j too late for this week. It will appear j in our next issue. ll ' Z..2 Z' && .r. r1Z v&.?&.'',- - ...i-v- -: ' Elkhart, 111. Mr. Knott c 2 Russsel Springs. Mr. J, W. Waldrop is visiting his daughter Mrs. R. Ingram. Mr. Ethridge Tayior will leave in a few days for ,Mo. , having sold his property to Geo. Kimbell. The play " Out in the Street" portraying the path from the Saloon to the scaffold, the 16th was the Hit of the season, the house being filled. Miss Loris Vaughn of Sumerset accompnied her father, and will risit relatives here a few weeks. Mrs. Ara Wilson is still confin ed to her room. Mrs. Win Irvin is on the sick list. A large crowd witnessed the Basket Ball game here Saturday the 18th between L. W. T. S.and o taHHH ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT For Sale: A yoke of oxen Will KENTUCKY. weigh 2.600 pounds. F. R. Winfrey &c ( Charles Herriford, Columbia, Ky. j vs H. C. Harmon &c ( By virture of Judgment and order N Owensby. of sale of Adair circuit court, rendered at the January term thereof, 1911, in the above cause for the sum ot $50.00 with . The weather is superb for interest thereon, from the 22nd day of June 1909 until paid, and for two notes 'farming, and some farmers are i of dates Jan. 24th for $5o each with in-- 1 j terest from 25th day of Jan. 1910, sub- - thr0USh braking corn ground., ject to a credit of six dollars, and for j Mrs. Sarah Turner died March S80 with 6 per cent from Jan. 25th 1910 1911 Wlth Paralysis, and W3S until paid, and ?48.85 cents herein, I L14' shall proceed to offer for sale at the laid to rest in the Glenville grave Court House door in Columbia, Ky., to yar(3 tut; mgutii uiuuer at jtuuiii: auvuuii uii ' Miss Sallie Lawless is visiting Monday the 3rd day of April 1911, at 1 o'clock p. m., or thereabout, being in Jamestown this week. county . count, upon a credit of six Mr. Charlie Edwards' new months. The following described property dwelling is nearing cornt letion, Two tracts of lands situated in Adair county Ky., on the waters of and he will remove to it soo . Green River and bounded as follows t; Mesdames. E. C. and W. I. adjoning the lands of William Curry on the north and west, and ad- Lawless visited Mrs. Lee A. joining the lands of Willie Morris on Lawless last Tuesday. the South, and adjoining the lands of Mr. Oliver McElroy and Miss John Foster on the east, both tracts containing about 48 acres. For the Mollie Kelsay were married last purchase price the purchasers with apHadley proved surety or securties, must ex- Sunday, Rev. Thomas ecute bond bearing legal interest from officiating. day of sale until paid, and having the Mr. Sam Collins bought one force and effect of Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly sow and fine pig3 from W. I. with these terms. Lawless for $12. W. A. Cofey, Mpster Com. A. A. C. ! I J I ! ! j to-w- it: to-wi- '. - - F fVt4K teJT Jt 'A7!<SuAS&X Tt K ' - . $vk?ta mmim.' xmSKwmmmmS What Is It? Read And You Will See. t Wanted: foot boards. Charles Herriford, Columbia, Ky. 2,000 2 Local Market. Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks Turkeys Geese Ducks Wool (clear grease) Wool (washed) 12 12 12 4 10 Born, to the wife of M. L. Owens, af boy. Mother and baby doing well. Men who till the soil are crazy about it. ent Ideal Steel Harrow. It is UP The Improved Pattakes the rag off the bush. It you-badl- .'. Elmer Gaskins was thrown from a mule last Monday, and ' hurt. TU Adjustable Lever Attachment to open and close. Foils 9 1 .J) easv to overate and never wears out. Just the thing are looking for. Give it a trial and be conviuced of its merits. riMV-E- i Z. nW,,o mnnfin of Mnnva' nOfSe I nOfSe 5IJ.-I- U. to 11 R, S. A. resulting in a victory for R. S. A. 7 to 5. Dr. Harris accompanied Mr. Ray Flowers to Jamestown. Painters are at work on the new M. E. Church. Mr. and Mrs. Barns, parents of Prof. Barns who have resided here for the past year returned to their home in Wayne Co., Saturday. Levis, the youngest child o f Mr. and Mrs. Willis Phelps was found by its mother early Friday morning to be dead. It had been sligh'tly ill but seemed to be better. There are two other children in the family ill. V Wi im o 'a , : .' Kev. Jim bullivan will till his Inventor and Patentee Hides (green) appointment at Moore s school Cane Vallev Kv. Feathers house Saturday night, Sunday ti Ginseng and Sunday night, expecting a ed were afflicted with lagrippe. will be an ali day singing at In- Beeswax with these deaths one entire fam- - dependence conducted bo Profs. LOUISVILLE MARKETS. large crowd. ily was carried atvay in just one Hill and Cabbell.A general invita-wee- k. Dirigo. on Live Stock Latest Quotations The mother, Mrs. Margar-- tion is exten(jed to every one who ite Gibbons, on the 13th as re- CATTLE chan(je to read thfe Luther England and family, ported last week, the son William may . Shipping steer $5.005.50 Beef steers 3.505.50 Sparksville, visited relatives at Gibbons, on the 19th, and the Do not forget the day. First Sun- Fat heifers and cows . . : . . . 4005. 00 this place last Saturday and Sundaughter, Mrs. Firkins, on the day in May- Cutters 2.753.75 Canners 1.502.75 day. ' "eWS "emS' Bulls 3.005.00 The death angel is still abroad Willie Bennett bade his friends Feeders , 4.505.50 Stockers 3.005.40 in the' land and continues to vs-i- t of this section adieu last Monday Choice milch cows the Greenbriar community. On and started for Louisville to make The indications point to an Common to fair cows . . . the 19th he claimed for his victim that city his future home. But 'early settlement of the troubles HOGS William Gibbons, and on the 20th the thoughts of old scenes and jn Choice 165 to 210 7.15 0 Mexico. ' . Gib the love for friends weighed so Mediums, 130 to 165 7.00 Mrs. Janie Firkins. Mr. Pigs 8.05 bons was about fifty years old; heavily on his mind that upon Strike on the Q. & C. railroad .Roughs ....... ,v , 6.30 I He leaves a wife and several reaching Lebanon he stopped SHEEP AND LAMBS has been settled. and trains are ; children to mourn the loss,' Mrs. over a couple of days with relaBest Iambs :...'.'.'. 5J6 now running regular. Business Culls?.. -. . T .. 35J Firkin was a sister of Mr. Gibi 2J-tives, bought a bicycle and re at Somerset was almost at a Fat sheep a bons and a few years his Jr. She GRAIN. leaves a husdand, W. R. Firkins, turned home. JlSldllU&UIl VYJJ11C cue U.UUU1C WSS 90 Wheat. . . On Sunday May the 7th there on. 50 to mourn her loss. These deceas- Corn..... C , 6 9 20 28 to 30 5. to 6 38 ft42 4 00 25 school house is progressing nice- iy. or sale onIy "y J. C. Eubank , j 35.00-45.- 00 15.00-35.- 00 V ; --- ---. r .- - y 3J kV ! mtt it - " SJBkf Affyvi i..?S IT" TPE ArAIK COUNTY NEWS I 1 Attention! We Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill Stock ready for use. A large assortment of Windows, Doors, Roofing, Colonial Columns. In fact we can furnish any part or all the is Wood, any grade desired, that Building or Repair work. Interest to inspect needed for It will be to your Prices. our Stock and Sandusky On) &. Columbia. Ky. ftW " Co. n?-- 0.MOO O i A A " HUG)itS cor.iPfljJY c 4 ' ELI N DST Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. .fr'J 't "HIM i" IT r""T" i I J r.jtfliT t ftirhw Mrs. .Luther Miller, Creelsboro Farm Notes. L. & N. Time Card and Mrs. G. 0. Miller, of Green In effect Monday. Dec 31. IOCS. There is money in hogs. SOUTH BOUND Business of all kinds is pro- county. Tkain Lv. Louisville Ak. Lkbakojt Trade one of the pups for a pig. "o. 27 gressing nicely. Farmers have 7:00 am 3:42 am Sunflower Philosophy. ' Vo. 23 8:15 am 10:01 a a great deal more work done Wean the colt at from six to Mo. .. 7:40pca 79....... ...5:05 pm Mo 21 8:00 pm than usual at this time of the 100 pra seven months. Those who have competition 650pm 9:Cpra '0.93 year. The old hens become overfed NORTH BOUND don't consider i t the life o f Lv. Lebanon Ak. Louisvhjji bain . fiavprnl. nonnlo in. nnr noirrli . . more easily than pullets. w.w ,&w trade. 0.24 5:43am 70an o. 78 7:32am 10U5ara borhood have planted Irish pota Nothing stimulates the system 0.28 6:65pm 420pm Surprising how many people to. 22 6.23 pm 8J5pra toes and peas. ' of the h like pasturage, stand ready to help vou when Jo. 92 10:15 am 722am Nus. 92 and 93 areJSunday trains only. Mr. G. W. Brockman and fam- you don't need help In marketing milk both the ily visited hisP daughter, Mrs. J. The man who smokes without producer and consumer must be A. Parrish, last Sunday. rlnoc'tcmnlrimr ww mnnVi uvv,o u u SdtlSneCl. VJ1VIW.& tnn 6wt Mrs. Bob Cole,"of Crocus, vis- much satisfaction out o f that The finer the teeth of the culWILMORE HOTEL ited her sisters, Misses Mandy habit. tivator the finer and more satisW. M. CUiaiBORE, Prep -. Liza Strange, last Saturday and factory the work. A funny sight is a very large s night and Sunday. Table Hogs, especially brood sows, woman wearing a waist buttonGood Sample Room Miss Lora Fletcher spent last ed down the back with very should have salt where they can Feed Stable week with herjaunt, Mrs. Nan- small buttons. go to it at any time. Reasonable Rate nie Fletcher. It takes a great deal longer to A wide sweeping fine toothed Kv Mrs. GertrudelYoung is on the quit a bad habit than it takfo t0 harrow intelligently used is the GRftDYUILLe, sick list. greatest enemy of weeds. learn it. Mr. Sellie Thomas spent last For egg farming on a large No man worries much for fear Saturday night and Sunday with his daughter is going to grow up ale the colony system is best JT) ziw i Duke Thomas. ' suited to permanent operations. and be an old maid. Cole Camp. i i j I i j I . I ; "" - n-- o .- First-Clas- 5 j I j I j Cr &iici i Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. Tf We appreciate them. 4 : : F I MSICIUCQ PH 5 211-2- 15 E. Main Street Rev. Tarterfilled his regular That theory that time flies appointment at '..Holly Grove didn't originate with a hungry school house, last'Sunday. man waiting for the dinner horn Boil Cole and Irvin to blow. Messrs. wood have returned home from This would be a lovely world e the Burkesville school. if if men were as patient in other Mr. W. H. Cole,who has been on the sick list, is able to be out Drought has little terror for!) the man whose farm grows few weeds and the soil is well han-- 1 died. j ! VETERINARY 5URGE0& INCORPORATED. LOUIbVlLLb, KY. again. -- 3Pres. U. G. BARDWICX, J. H. COCKE, v. Pres. R. II. DIETZMAN, Sec Mr. Jim Jones, who moved from Cumberland to Adair coun- W. T. Pyne Mili& Supply Co. -- ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889- - jviuLUkMrivjri x a3 efiS & DEALERS mflCHiiSTS IN ty, last falljappointed James Cole to collecthis meal debts. We had high"water last week, and two raftslof tiesjvent out of Crocus Creek in Cumberland ENGINES. EC1LEFS. SAW MLIS. 1301 river. Mr. Chester McCool spent last Saturday night and Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Pearl Cunningham. Miss Ida Fletcher was shopping in Bakerton last Thursday. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TftlKTeeNTf-i-MftlN- . LOUISVILLe SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work A woman likes to say of her account of high water. husband that she doesn't believe Wheat is looking fine in this he ever would get up if she did JOBBING WORKSOLICITRL sp neighborhood. not call him. What has become of the All Kinds of Machinery Repaired Glensfork. man who thought he couldn't keep house without a It is thought that the recent bootjack and a box of vegetable freezes hasiput the peach crop pills? out of commission. While it isn't necessary to The folks on the west prong of catch cold in order to get free 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD Glensfork are still at loss to advice, you probably can secure We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long know what the animal that has more of it in that way than by as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights been terrorizing that section, is any other known method. and styles of Elhvood and Square Mesh Fences. living on. No one has lost a 58INCH cow or horse. From 23 "Sams." mJSmmMmk The mail failed to reach Aman-davilevery day last week on le Teach your boy how to shoe horses, sharpen plows and usei things as they are in waiting for tools intelligently. He will take rtaorlar to. nnripin mnlrinor a fish to bite. pairs around the home if allowed When a girl begins t o s i t the use of sharp tools and enaround with that far away look couraged to make the home atin her eyes father begins to in vestigate to see whether the tractive. Weeds will always be in the young man amounts to anything. land to a certain extent unless No man was ever so busy he every farmer will clean his grain ' forgot when pay day comes. and work to destroy them in Many people seem to think place of sowing the seed and try-in- g that the simple life is a good to cultivate the weeds out. thing for the other fellow. The day of the wooden pail If you have saved up a lot of and the old dash churn that money people are wondering why could be purchased at the crossyou don't give it away. road store has gone by. Ever notice that two thirds of Chicks hatched during April the people who pass the barbei and to the middle of May will, if shop always look in? pul- I o A Special " Attnetin to Eyes Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Alon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NFAR ED HUGHES KE51EENCE. ON BURKSY1LLE STREET. Joseph I H. Stone, w j Attoney-At-La- j Will practice in this and'adjoming counties. : Jamstown, Kentucky, old-fashion- ed ELLWOOD WIRE FENCE fr- - ELLWOOD HELD r . - tje?i?wwyr&xayrilrt7zi7iKAii.tr'9 v !.? v FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) MADE IN SIX 'HEIGHTS '. Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. . DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. Brother Turner Big J. A. Chapman and wife left for Mississippi on the 13th. Mr. Chapman has a yaluable farm in Southern Mississippi, and he has gone to superintend the planting of his cotton crop. M. E. Blair and family, who have resided in Columbia the last year, have returned to their farm, near this place. Mr. James Jones made a trip to Cumberland county a few days ago. Mr. I. S. Taylor, who has been suffering from a severe attack of pneumonia is improving some. I 1. "My wife is my boss. I shall Elm, Ky. She on his winning way. And we should all rejoice to know Though Adam owned a telephone He led a loving life, When lovely woman smiled on him And Eve became his wife. She was the fairest blushing bride That ever had been seen, d gown Arrayed in her of solid green All made new-fangle- It was a love affair, For they our blood relations were Our grandest parent pair. J. T. Jones, Montpeiier, Ky. Rare fruits were in profusion, While flowers decked the board With viands of the rarest up-to-da- te, ; It All Eden could afford. Her bridal robe was His clothes were neat and new. For Adam was a gentleman And Eve was gentle too. was a private wedding, too, As we may well presume Ko gazing guests were gathered there To watch them jump the broom. It was no modern moneyed match; We deem it safe to say ' That he was stuck on loveliness, She was a daughter of the runneth over with bundles before were bracelets, necklaces, rings, late Oliv er Walkup and died on she is half through shopping." ' amulets studded with gems and 6. "Surely her dressmakers the farm where she was raised. earrings. Each earring contains She also leaves four brothers and and milinery bills shall follow me For Rent. twenty-on- e perfect pearls set in two sisters, viz: Messrs. Joe, all the days of my life; and I gold' in imitation of a bunch of Talbert, John and Thomas Walk-- will dwell in the house of my wife hive an eight room dwdlliri on an acre lot in Columbia for rent, grapes. up, who reside in Texas, and J forever. " Exchacge. T. G. Rasner tf. ied in ashes and lava. Her jewels joss. Mrs. Elijah Meison, who resided four miles south 'of this Pompeii reveals an interesting place, died on the 15th. She had me." and perhapsan unparalleledsitua-tion- . been in a very low state of 5. "She prepareth a cold snack Just outside the city wall health for a long time, being afthere has been found the body of flicted with dropsy. She was for me, then maketh a bee line a petrified woman with both hand about 60 years of age, and leaves for the Mother's Domestic Club. full of jewels. She was fleeing her husband, four sons, and She anointest my head with a from the eruption, and was bur- three daughters to mourn her rolling pin occasionly. My arms not deny it." 2. "She maketh me lie down behind the bed when swell company cometh, and she leadeth me behind her up Main street." 3. "She 'restoreth my pocket book after she spent all of its contents for hobble skirts and theatre tickets. She leadeth me up the main aisle of the church for her new hat's sake. 4. "Yea though I walk more than half the night through dark Attadks School Principal. rooms with a crying baby, I will A severe attack on school principal, get no rest, for she is behind me Chas. B Allen, of Sylvania, Ga., is with her broomstick and her hat thus told by him. "For more than pin they do anything but comfort three years," he writes, "I suffered in- properlyjgrown, make laying lets for the coming winter. The holes for your new trees must be made larger and deep enough to receive the entire root system without crowding or cramping. Always use box stalls whenever practicable. A horse tied in a narrow stall is never quite com-fortabie and is in more or less danger of being cast. There never was a time in the history of America when we had so many opportunities for engaging in the growing of really good horses than now. The first potatoes cultivated in Germany were planted in 1447. The people did not take kindly to the tuber and the government was obliged to force farmers to raise them. The only way to ever get a farm clean is to make a deter mined effort from the very first day of spring -- not to let weeds grow an hour more than possible after they first show. i Why Not Read j j The Courier i Journal? HENRY WATTERSON ; Editor. We Can Furnish You j I HC Adair lOUIlty and the WCWS Weekly , CourierrJOurnal Both One Year describable torture from rheumatism, liver and stomach trouble and diseased kidneys. All remedies failed till I used Electric Bitters, but four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me completely." Such results are common. Thousands bless them for curing stomach trouble, female complaints, kidney and for new disorders, biliausness, health and vigor. Try them. Only 50c at Paull Drug Co. ' For $1.50 We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. ComWrite Courier-Journpany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure t send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. al THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Vester. Avoid Danger When you are sick, or suffering from any of the troubles peculiar to women, don't delay take Car- n and successful remedy for wo dui, that men. Thousands of women nave used, uaraui ana Whv not vou? Don't take any been benefited. d chances. Get Cardui, the old, reliable, remedy, for women of all ages. well-know- Miss Lena Dooley was the guest of Miss Oma Whited last Sunday. Mrs. Malinda Burton visited her sister, Mrs. Evelyn Smiley, near McGaha last Sunday. Mr. Willie Goodin and wife oft-trie- TAKE It Will Help You llrs. J40 Luzania Morgan, Sneedville, Term., writes: 'Tor ten years I suffered with the turn of lite, and tried many remedies without relief. I had pains all over my body and at times I could not sit un. At last T took Cardui and now I can do my housework. I have told many ladies about Cardui and recommend it to all sick women. Try it. AT ALL DKTJGr STOKES mmm m&mMmm I W04zi T- i AtijRaB&?z&3Kp r? vyi17-,'.-Ki- jj g)r. - S. SDnnbar BUILDING. RING Res. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone 40-- - dentist OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN Dr, James Triplet! Dentist. JEFFRIES' "PHONE NO. 40, 3. COLUMBIA JEFFRIES BLOCK KENTUCK' COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY cs?xije3x WEEKLY COURIER---JOURNAL HENRY. WATTERSON, Editor a Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1.00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY -- a COURIER-JOURN- AL AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS 4 Daily . For $1.50 if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, $6.00 Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr $209 it i 2 We can give you a combination cut Pickett Tobacco PROPRIETORS je' rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. ,..rffviy-.Y5xe(Sx- ?xgx)(aXS) Warehouse ' INDEPENDENT C. A. BRIDGES & Co. CHAS. A. BRIDGES W.G. BRIDGES Gjve us a trial. . Ky. Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, Four Months Storage Free We Guarantee to Please you at Table supplied With the Best the MarketrAffords Meals, 35c MILLEN if fK HOUSE. Proprs M. D. MILLEN & CO., east of L. & N. Station Located on Railroad St., one square Lebanon, - Kentucky. here shaking hands with friends ment stands. The funeral was last Friday. Luther is a conducted on Sunday afternoon visited the latters parents Satur- bar. jovial boy and we are always y Rev- - Nichols at the parents day and Sunday. Jailer H. C. Sullivan was in home two miles North of Farm- glad to see him. Misses Malinda and Liza Dool-le- y our neighborhood Tuesday. Mrs. Ed Cundiff of LaFayett, ingdale visited their sister, Mrs. NoMr. Pen Rowe and family have Weep not for his toil is over in the Ind., is visitihg her mother, Mrs. bloom of life; ra Smythe near Columbia last returned from Kansas, and are Weep not that his race is run, C. D. Moore who has been quite Friday. living in Jamestown. God grant that we may rest so sweet- feeble for the past six mcnths. y. Misses Beatrice and Pinkie very sick Mrs. Joe Parson is Mr. Levi Dulin made a busi- When like him, our work is done. Breeding, of this place visited at with grippe. We love little Murray, yes we Iova ness trip to Edmonton last week. Mr. Evans' from Friday until Yltm Kilt" fflCh'anrmlis lsirk Miss Carry Aaron who has tviawa Rollin and Miss Mary Caldwell. And they have sweetly called him home! Monday. been on an extended visit to of Milltown, were visiting Miss To the yonder shining shore, Mr. Ed Poynter is no better at Esto, returned home Sunday. GoM Gate wa open' ThAe Julia Penick last Sunday. writing. gentle voice said come, this Mr. Crys, of Kendall, was at Jno Eubank made a business And with forewell's unspoken, Misses Lena and Liza Dooley this place Saturday. He calmly entered home. to Indianapolis last week. visited their grandmother last The little child of Leon Miller tlip A loving cousin. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rice have; I will close my letter hoping it Monday and Tuesday. is better at this writing. moved to their new home known will escape the waste basket and Mr. Raz Sutton, of Columbia Some one visited Mr. Grimsey as the Curd farm near Columbia. extending my best wishes to the was at Vester last Tuesday. Patterick while he was from They are kind good neighbors News and all my Kentucky Misses Ocia and Allie Burton home and taken from hi3 cellar and we regret to give them up. friends and relatives. and Nannie McElroy visited Miss his best seed potatoes. Messrs. T. A. Furkin and Ed OaTfordrin. Oma Whited last Sunday. Potatoes are selling for 50 Eubank and daughter, Miss The school at this place is pro- cents per bushel. Minnie Ann, were in Louisville Editor Newe: gressing nicely under the manMr. William Garr a successful last week. According to promise I will agement of Miss Mayme Smith. farmer ha3 13 extra good lambs endeavor to write another letter Bob Hancock sold a nice grey for the News. Mr. Clem Burton was in Louis over a month old. gelding to Hunn & Coffey of CoI learn through the columns of ville last week on business. Mr. Edd Helm an lumbia last Thursday for $225. the News that many of the Adair Mrs. Seller A. Burton has pur- farmer has got all of his corn boys are Messrs. Ed Eubank and son and Russell county chased a milk cow; price un- grouud broke. coming to God's country this sold a pair of nice mules to Bram '.spring. I hear that Mr. known. Good many of the farmers are Beard for $400 last Monday. .Porter Murrell, of Craycraft, The singing given to the young done breaking their ground and R. B. Wilson attended church has located in this state with the people last Thursday night at are preparing for a large crop last Sunday at Zion. He was intention of making it his, future Mr. Mont Sinclair's was largely this year. there in the interest of the home. Good for Porter.' He is attended and all reported an enThe peaches are about all kill moving or uane valley Baptist an energetic young man, and ' will make a living any joyable time. where. I ed through here. church and received a very nice Mr. Garr Dabney ofJOIga, was contribution from those good wish we were near enouSh t0 see Mrs. iJecKey tiarmon, 01 near ' McGaha visited her daughter, here on business last week. people Mr. Wilson speaks of earn otner otten. see a letter in this week's Mrs. Siller Burton last Friday. Miss Mell Hynes of Owensby, them in the highest terms and i l : News from BdI P,ains' Kan3as' Mr. Mont Burton, wife and was visiting at this place tells of his pleasant visit and 1 did r, not recognize good dinner he enjoyed at Mr. but children visited Mr. and Mrs. but appreciated the letter Mont Sinclair Saturday night Mr. D. Garr was at Russell Burton Yates. very much. I spent the mo3t of and Sunday. Springs last week having some 1903 and 1904 in south eastern Farmingdale, III. Misses Beatrice and Pinkie dental work done. Kansas, and sometimes feel that Breeding of this place attended You can see load after load of ;I would like to beback there the singing at Shiloh last Sun-- ! staVes pass, hauling them to the Dear Editor: again, but I guess Isam doing day. . As I have not. noticed a letter very river. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith visitMrs. Rosalyn Bleaney died one from this part of the community This is fche wlng ground of ed the latters parents last Satur- day last week and was buried for some time I willftry my luck, Abe Lincon j think as j day and Sunday. I came to III about ten years stro aboufc near home. here thafc j am ago with my father and mother ing Mrs. Rosa Curry and children Mr. Barnes our miller, is doing in the footstepg of Miss Mayme Smith visited a good business, getting lots of and we landed at Farmingdale, but r wonder If T couId and foow ana nave since resided here. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burton grinding to do. them to the same trait. When This is a fine place for farming Lmcojn last Sunday. was a surveror. manv We would be glad to have W. and transacting business. Mrs. Mildred Burton is some F. Rowe the years before he became a statesbusiness I am going to school. We have man, he better at this writing. surveyeda great deal of man of Burnsides in our'com-munit- y one school, three churches, three this countv. and it was also in Mrs. Maggie Burton is quite ill again to help sell some stores, one barber shop, one rail- - teis county thafc he read ,aw and at this writing. of our land, farmers say the land , road, and one elevator. af terwards became a great ,aw Mrs. Siller Burton and children he sold went for twice its value. ine montn opened witn a!yerwhiie he Hved in Menard visited her parents last Saturday smile and the farmers are busy j county j am goJng to write a and Sunday. Purdy. DreaKing staiKS and preparing hetter on Lincoln before manv to sow oats. Denmark. weeks for publication. There has been lots of sickness We Mrs. Hannah Burton is sick have had a very mild winin this community, the schools ter, only a There has been some garden- at this writing. few days of zero Mr. Shelby Co'hen's little 8 have all been closed on account weather, and just 3 or 4 little ing done. daughter cut her foot of scarlet fever, but our family snows, but the mud is something year-olLots of young chickens hatchbadly with an ax last Saturday has had the pleasure to escaping dreadful. I went to town with ed off and some a month old. that terrible disease. evening. the wasron. two and We are soon to have a' new Un March 9, 1911, at twelve ile8 and the whees soon be church at the Rippatoe Springs Mr. J. B. Burton has just re- - o'clock p. m. the death angel! came soHd and aboufc ten'inches preparations now being made turned from Louisville and pur-an- d visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. thick j got t0 fcown by keep-nthe work will begin in a chased a fine stock of spring Charlie Pickett and claimed forthe mud knocked off th . tI goods. short time. its victim their youngest child, could but on my way back the Mr. F. L. Selby our prosperous Burton has 32 Liittie Murray ricKett, wno was mud rolled up between the Mrs. Hannah about 14 months old and a sweet wheels and wagon box, and lock-amerchant, and family have little chickens. ll and loving child. He was loved moved back to their former the wheels, and I went in Born, to the wife of Mr. Mel-vi- n by all who knew him. He was without my wagon. home. We regret very much to Sinclair, on the 6, twin girls. confined to his bed just two give them up, and the communiI would like to rend some letMr. E. M. Burton, of this place weeks. How hard it is when the ty wishes "he would return and made a fine lot of stayes out of home is robbed of its brightest ters from Oklahoma. Come on engage in the goods business boys with the Oklahoma news. the Cy Burton tract of timber. jewel, to bow the head in hum again for we are in need of a Mr. Ruel Cabell, I would like Mr. John Cofer started for Illi ble resignation to God's will, but merchant. to read a Joppa letter. we should remember that heaven nois a few days ago. R. N. Anderson. Mr. Dock Barnes an Mrs. Milford Burton, who has is the richer for our loss. We farmer, who purchased the Roe been sick for some time is no bet- would say to the bereaved moth-e- r, Kills A Murderer. farm some time back is getting father, brothers, sister and ter A merciless murderer is appendicitis all under cultivation, haying a relatives, weep not for him, but with many victims, but Dr. King's The farmers are busy plowing let each day be a preparation for New Life Pills kill it by prevention. good lot of seed sown. They gently stimulate stomach, liver n this neighborhood. meeting on that beautifal shore and bowels, preventing that cloggsng The spring sowing of seed in will be no more sad that invites appendicitis, coring Conthis community is about over. New blood doesn't do as much where there stipation, Headache, Biliousness Chills, partings and we shall never say 25c at Paull Drug Co. Mr. Uriah Selby ofRussell for a town as new money. , ! I I Springs was in our community last week buying cattle. Mr. Mildin Hadley sold to Selby three head of young cattle for $50. Hogs are scarce through here. Mr. Wm. Wheat has got out a nice lot of staves and sold them at a fancy price to Logan Dun Little Murray is not dead but asleep in Jesus' arms; Miss Mattie Callison was visit-- J his little voice is still, but I am ing in Campbellsville last week. going to meet him on the other Master Ira G. Vaughan is! shining shore, working with Coy E. Dudgeon The remains were laid to rest Cane Valley. i farewell. j ! at Campbellsville. in Oak Ridge Cemetery at SpringHon. Luther Perryman was field, 111., where Lincoln's monu- j ; up-to-da- te ! the-write- i ! ; j u up-to-da- te s I d one-four- th i ; g up-to-da- te fci. "" 1 ""V ! '! li mmM" Ct 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS and there is no guess work in OUUUUUilUiUUUUUUUlUIUiUiUiUUiiUUiiUiliiUUmUUlO it. Mr. Henry Parson, the well- We have had fine farming j known fireman of the roller mill at this place, delivered to one of weather for the past week. merchants here one day last r ' RmmhP.r Rev. W. H. C, twenfcy hens that whed j week didge's appointments at Union -M fit" ?SiH'v6St?iv;rTC?4'i' i " "church next Saturday and Sun-- 1 xw ifselect the largest hen3 he had, day. only taking up such as he wantDr. J. H. Grady, of Columbia, ed to sell, and kept back the spent a few days here last week fattest and largest ones no doubt with his relatives. at home. Now if any one can . Moss, of Colum- beat this, including the number, Judge N. H. .sj bia, was here a day or so the let us hear from them, if not first of this week. hold your peace. Mrs. Millie Hill was on the Ono. sick list a day or so the first of This noted Saddle Stallion will make the present season ' the week. at Gradyville, Ky., and will serve mares at the low price of $15.00 to insure a mare with foal. Jordan is in Farmers are plowing for oats Miss Ora Moss, of Columbia, fine shape, looks like a colt. He is so well known that is visiting relatives in our city, and corn he needs no introduction to the public. He is known Suckers are very scarce in the this week. from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean. Jordan has Ray Flowers, of Columbia, creek at this season, so G: N. sired from 50 to 100 colts every year for 14 years, and most all of them has been sold from weanlings to was in our midst last Friday, in Poison says, and we think he is at from $100 to $200. There has been a she interest of the Adair County a splendid judge. goodly number of them sold from 500 to $1,000. There Our church is p ro g r e s s i n g Hews. has been over One Hundred Thousand Dollars paid to nicely in its construction, and we n H. A. Mcs, the the people of Adair and joining counties for this horse's lumber man. of Greensburtr. think the name shall be Square colts. Oak, as there is an oak standing passed through here oneady last I will also stand NOBLE PEACOCK, a son of week, en route to his mill near by that is just as square as if at Jordan Peacock, on the same terms as Jordan Peacock some time it had been hewn. NOBLE is a very fine yung horse. He was shown in Sparksville. two rings at the Columbia Fair, last year and won each Mr. Wesley Reatherford, onej Mr. William Popplewell is very :3 time. There were 8 entries in one ring and Noble won of the prosperous men of Hedic, ill at this writing. 3 the blue tie. His first dam was by Artist Jewel, 2nd Charlie Bennett's yife is very :2 III., is visitiug his relatives in dam by Cromwell Denmark, 3rd dam by Artist 75. low with rheumatism and other 5 this community, at this time. From the above breeding you will see there is no better 3 bred one living than NOBLE PEACOCK. 'Mr. W. L. Winters, the effi- - troubles, I will also stand 2 fine Jacks, HIGHWAY and The health of the community ZZ cient Cashier of the Gradyville 2- - BLACK DIAMOND at $10.00 to insure a mare with Er State Bank, was called to the is very good since the measles r3 foal. Highway's colt won the blue at the Columbia bed side of his father, in Owen ran their course. r2 Fair last year, and several of them sold for $100 at 2 county, last Monday. There is something peculiar rrS weaning time. These are the best Jacks that I have Z. S iMrs Millie Hills opening of about a turtle that Mr. Asa 2 ever seen in Adir County. BLACK DIAMOND is under 3 years old. Every sE , iiats will be on Saturday, the Polston tells of. Our friend, 32 one that has looked at him say that he is the best one zzz All the ladies Mr. Polston, while reconoitering Hfi , iirst day of April. s have a special invitation to be about the branch ran into a sharp rs they have ever seen. Money due in all cases when the mare is traded jE skirmish with a desperate turtle. present. i3 or moved from the neighborhood. (Plug mares will not jE W. C. Yates, of Portland, was He succeeded in getting the best H3 jE be bred to this stock.) of him, wounding the turtle as i3 E 25 cents per day or pasture after April Feed at ihere last Friday, on business. E 50 cents per week. Mr. J. A. Diddle was transac- follows: cutting his head off with i3 20th at 2 .E Respectfully, ting business in Green county, a a hoe and one fore leg. His tail 1 W. L. Grady. was also severed, and in about a day or so of last week. week the turtle appeared still Snfflmnnnfflimmimninmjmminmmnifnmminfflfi Messrs. J. F. Pendleton, G. E minus a head, foot and tail. .Nell, and Elmer Keen, business This battle took place about men of our town and communiv Gentry's Mill, Mr. R. P. Anderson has been ty, are in Louisville this week, Christmas, and just last week confined to his room for several The farmers in this community seiluig tobacco and buying goods Morty Smith and W. C. Popplenowo well met up with the same turtle have been putting in 6 days to .for this market. Born to the wife of Christie apparently in good health, and a the week this fine weather. All Messrs. Geo. Atkins, Charles close inspection revealed that are done sowing oats, and most Anderson on the 13th, a boy. 'Kowe and C. 0. Moss, surveyed his cuts were healing. through breaking land for corn.' Mr. Cyrus Burton is improving the route for a public road from slowly-killed- , beWe think the peaches are all this place to Antioch church, Business of all kinds has and the other kinds of There is a new boy at the where said road will intersect gun to improve, and we hope home of G. W. Dickson, and a the Columbia and Burkesville there may be better times in the fruit injured in this community, at U. G. Anderson's. future in the Corn Cracker by the frosts last week. road. State, so the boys won't have to Bill Brown's wife is thought to Mr. Matthew Dehart, of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Bell, some go so far to their work. slowly af the pres- - cinnati, is spending a few days of our good citizens, who have this week with his mother. ent. been living in our town for "the Mr. J. Voils has moved to Mr., We are glad to say that W. A. Execution Sale. past ten years, will in a few days Wilson, who has been confined to Jo Kinnett's farm, near this , .move to their farm near Nell. place Mrs. Blakey Dulin and her By virtue of Execution 1853 which is- his bed for several days with Mrs. George Cook is visiting daughter, Miss Mattie, have been sued from the office of the Clerk of the grippe, is able to be back in the Adair Circuit Court on the I6th, day of mill again at this place. her mother and other relatives confined to their rooms for sev- - January I9II for the sum of $65.00, On last Saturday evening Mr. in this vicinity, this week. dollars withinterest thereon at sral days, with a complication of the rate of six per cent per annum W. T. Sullivan and Miss Sallie Mr. Will Smiley was at Russell diseases. from the I5th. dayjof February, 1910, until paid and thaiurther sum of $10.45, Bryant got in their buggy and Springs on business, Saturday, Mr. Logsdon, the forty-fiv- e cents cost, in C F. Mr Joda Harmon and tobacco man of Louisville, was ten dollars and Banks against E G. drove to the home of Rev. favor of S. L. Breeding, and were married, and were visiting his father-in-lacalling on our tobacco men in Hardwick, &c, I will on Monday the 'this community one day last 3rd, day of April,I9lI,at the Courthouse then drove to the groom's home. Mr. James Burton, Saturday. door in Columbia, Kentucky, the tame week, soliciting their shipments, being the first day of a regular term of The groom is a .prosperous farmRowes X Roads. o gentleman. and report prospects better in the Adair county Court at 1 o'clock, p er and a m or thereabout offer for sale to the The bride is a popular young .the future for better prices. The general wheat crop looks highest bidder upon a credit of three lady, and has many friends. undi months the following, very fine. "Mr. W. L. Grady, the vided interest in two tracts of land or a We wish them a long and happy stock man in this part of the sufficiency thereof to satisfy said ExeThe farmers are well up with life. county, had a narrow escape one cution, interest and cost as the proper-t- o their farm work. The weather Miss Perlie Grider spent sevof E. G. Hardwick, lying on the waday last week from getting seri ters of Green River, in Adair county, days of last week with her has been so fine a lazy man ously hurt. Mr. Grady in loa- Kentucky and bounded on the North by eral could not rielp but worl a little. sister, Mrs. Mont Wilson. ding a wagon of hay in his large the lands of J. S. Breeding, on the Misses Lula and Lillie Turner stock barn, and in some way was South by the lands of J. R. Beard, on Mrs. Mont Wilson spent last East by the lands of Evans heirs, Saturday night and Sunday with are visiting'their grandfather's, -- thrownfrom the wagon, and re-- - the on the West by the landsof J. S. Breedmother, Mr. and P. P. Turner and Jonathan ceived a considerable shake up. ing, and containing 55 acres, also a her father and George Grider, near this Blakey, this week. was thought for a while that certain tract or parcel of land contain- Mrs. .It place. Hans was visiting; liome of his limbs were broken. ing 10 acres and bounded on the North of our boys at her uncle Bill Cooks, this by the lands of Evans heirs, on the About twenty-fiv- e In conclusion, I must say to South bylthe lands of J. N. and R B. gave W. T. Sullivan an old time week. r the many readers of the News White,, on .the East by the landsof shivaree last night. AU'reporta Oler Bloyd has beene?sick. here. ' . . that this part of the country is Evans heirs, on the West by the lands nice time. . at his sisters, Mrs ,'Josie' Barnes, .gust as good for large and of R. Beard. Bond with approved Bud Terry was here one day a few days. Oler is getting betJ. vweighty chickens, as it is for security and bearing interest--' from date last week on business. ter. "hogs. The only difference in the until paid will be required of the purAlfred Alley made a business John Chapman lost a $200 two, we have scales that are suf- chaser. This March 14 I9II, trip to Russell Springs, last horse last week. It tried to A. D. Patteson, S. A. C. jump a slat fence, fell back on week. ficient to get the exact weight, Gradyville. ! $m!3$ 1 $$4$Kd A m j i San-lou- Jap - JHi i""- - &mm0M$M i i have taken charge of PHELPS BROS. HOTEL and will endeavor to run same to the satisfaction of old and new customers. Livery and Feed stable in connection with the HOTEL. Special pains taken in the care and feeding of stock. I will also continue in the Implement and Hardware Business and carry a good line of Field seeds. Jordan Peacock. J. H. Phelps. , & -- ' i -- Columns "ST' f well-know- j j 3 "r 9mA j v?p JW& ; j j tCZ. H M & ' ijg n Mr. Builder did you know that' we have the best solid and boredL Poplar Colonial Columns on tl4 market? WeTmanufacture these Columns exclusively, and can furnish any size any time Special discount to dealers. Write for prices and try us for service.-1 1 . COLUMBIA COLUMN COTll Columbia, Ky. KffJftrfifJffttfJfjcc jj. FARMERS E. W W WOOLEN MILLS. I. R6ESE, Manager. 9 f x T - -- 3 Desires that Customers bring in their wool as early in sea son as possible to avoid the rush and also adds to J&e quality of work. A ddress t J Ky. V1 E. L. REESE, Jamestown, i if !' i , j -- FERTILIZERS We have on hand a large stock of "GROVBS SQUARE BRAND FERTILIZERS." It was made during the last half of 1910, which insures it to be in the very best drilling condition. It is also made from the very best materials to be obtained for fertilizer purposes. Our brands for CORN, OATS, and TOBACCO 4 are without an equal. Call and examine our goods and the analysis and get our prioes before makinf your pur- chases for the spring crops. Cj-JONE- j gl ' 1 ' S, sixty-- five well-kno- COFFEY & SON. COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. wn e w-f- w, well-to-d- up-to-da- te one-eight- h the slats and snagged itself to death. Oliver McElroy and Mollie Kel- say were married last Sunday at Perry Kelsays. Thomas Hadley officiated. They will live here at this little ville. Good luck to you Oliver and Mollie, is the wish of your many friends. There is Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at the Hay's Chapel, and on Saturday nights they will be a blessing to us. Come to Oak j School. Grove Sunday jtjfF Sarah, the wife of ' 0ohn : Turner, died at her homeUtere March the 14th, 1911,age 51 years. She was converged and joined the United Brethren church under the laborepf Brother James Dean, 8 orjlO years ago. befiind her husband, three chileren, one sis-- 1 ter, Mrs. Mollie Taylor, two brothers and many frviends. She leaves at Moore's school house. Rev. C. R. Dean and family were with us here last Saturday and Sunday in quarterly meeting at the Oak Grove 'church. Bro. C. R. Dean is a good preacher. .aiictJA Miss-Maggi- e . 1 -- -- ia? ti. . iuuey uas uuugut me 1 1 M.X. , Sarah Barger farm fiom Hiram Marcum and wne, and moved to it. We welcome Brother Coffey look to Jesus, for Trm and family among us. Hope time of your need. K Her remains were takentb what is called the old Pcir Willie grave yard, some two falter below Glenville, Adair jwStyand was laid to rest besicWf IMckkth- fr and tvan siqtars: rEBKH2f Do- . ij"pi ., nnnn tn nwmf f no c feJL. QJL when the de fikriat snall rise Friend "-"- -i - ;! ii'W, at w - 3'- If A--