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Russell, Columbia Mrs. J. C. Browning, Milltown , Julia Price, Bliss Rose Hunn, Columbia Ethel Moore, Purdy Lucile Winfrey, Columbia Bell Butler, Columbia Rosa Bell, Nell Alva Knight, Jamestown Nellie Waggener, Columbia Ada Feese, Cane Valley Louise Grissom, Columbia Fannie Sandusky, Glensfork Nora Bradshaw, Montpelier Lutcie Barger, Joppa Ella Conover, Columbia Lee Vista Royse, Columbia Valeria Turner, Glenville Al lie Garnett, Columbia Nancy Willis, Columbia Bettie Loy, Fairplay Ina Hulse, Columbia Hulda McFarland, Rowena SUN TO BE HIDDEN. Barred Plymouth Fowls Ex-clusiv- Eggs Eggs. of this Place, Sunday afternoon April the 9th, at 2:30. N. A. Palmer, President of the Who TooK the Lead at the league, will address the citStart, Won Out. izens of Columbia, at the court house at 2:30 p. m., April the 9th, 1911. Dr. Palmer is a man of ability, and should HEAVY VOTE POLLED LAST iATURDAY. have a good hearing. On Sunday evening at 7:30, there will be a union temThe piano contest which has been go- perance mass meeting at the Mething on for the past four months, closed odist church. Dr. Palmer will the people last Saturday night at 7:00 o'clock, the Dr. Palmer will also address the peovote being annouuced at 9:00 o'clock, showing that Miss Nellie Follis, of this ple of Cane Valley Sunday morning, place, was the successful contestant. April 9th, at 10:30. Mrs. C. M. Russell, also of this city, Death of An Old Lady. was voted second, Mrs. J. C. Browning, Milltown, third; Miss Julia Price, Mrs Elizabeth Mayes, of this place, Bliss, fourth; and Miss Rose Hunn, who was 61 years old, died at the resColumbia, fifth. 1st prize, piano free. $350 00 idence of her son, Mr. Jim Mayes, last 2nd prize, $350 piano for 90 00 Wednesday evening. The deceased had 3rd prize, $350 piano for 100 00 been confined to her bed for several She leaves 4th prize, $350 piano for 110 00 months with consumption. a son and three daughters. 5th prize, 350 piano for 120 00 Mrs. Mayes was loved by every one In addition to above, numerous fcmall prizes were given to the contestants who knew her, and will be greatly for sales of coupon books made by missed by her neighbors and friends. She had been a member of the Christthem. All day Saturday the friends of Miss ian Church for many years, and lived l, Follis, Mrs. Mrs. Browning, up to her profession. The funeral and Miss Price, were active. The vot- services were held in the Christian ing commenced at 6 a. m., and contin- church at Roley, last Thursday afterued without ceasing until 7 p. m. At noon, conducted by Rev. J. R. Wood-ruA. o'clock in There were many present to pay the afternoon the race was conceeded by all who were interested to their respect to one wh'o lived a long be between Miss Follis and Mrs. l, and upright life, and who was ready to many believing that the latter meet her God. would be the successful candidate, but Her body was laid to rest in the Roley cemetery. Miss Follis friends did not surrender, X and voted rapidly until the closing hour. While the Committee was counting the Virginia Plantation for Sale. rote, Russell & Co's, store wascrowded with anxious supporters, and people Beautiful Colonial Estate, located in were also lined thick upon the outside. Mecklenburg county within 1J miles of At 9 o'clock Mr L. B. Hurt, at the instance of the Committee, announced two railroads, containing 730 acres of the vote, showing that Miss Follis had land, 150 acres of which is fertile allu won by over a million votes. Her sup vial soil, remainder upland, in good porters went wild, and those who work- condition. One mile of rock fence The buildings consist of a stone maned for other candidates cheerfully subsion, 15 large rooms, large reception mitted. The standing ot the candidates tn the final vote is published elsewhere hall, several rooms in basement and attic, large barns, 5 tobacco houses in this paper. complete with flues, 8 tenant houses, On The Road. orchard, vineyard, and pecan grove in full bearing. This beautiful old home Mr. Ray Flowers, traveling repre- can be purchased at $20,000, I cash, resentative of the News, visited Burkes-vill- mainder to suit purchaser. The dwellEdmonton, Summer Shade and ing alone cost over $40,000 to build. If several other points last week, and at interested, write at once. W. E. Harris, 911 E. Main St , each stop he did a fairly good business Richmond, Va. for this publication. Burkesville he met a number of At old friends, found them enjoying good A Card. health and making preparations to receive an increased spring trade. The Having sold my one half interest in directors of the Cumberland County Fair Asssciation will make an effort to the roller mill at this place and also one half interest in the Russell Creek mill to give the best exhibition this year that Mr. Geo. M. Stevenson, a former citizen has been pulled off since the organiza- of Russell County, who is now in postion of the Association. session, I desire to return my sincere In the last few years some valuable thanks to the people of Adair and adimprovements have been made in joining counties for the liberal patronBurkesville. A number of new and age the mills have received. I have handsome residences have been erected, known Mr. Stevenson for a number of and others will go up this year. years, and I take pleasure in testifying The Bank of Cumberland is doing a to his good character, an honest upright good business, there being a steady deman. Mr. G. B. Smith remains with the mand for money, and deposits good. mills, known to almost every body in The hotel accommodations are good, the county as an excelent gentleman and courteous treatment unsurpassed, miller. The business will be conducted hence the weary traveler is made to over the firm name of Smith and Stevfeel at home. enson. H. McBeath Horace Alexander, the Chesterfield of Burkesville, was met at Waterview. Not Seriously Hurt. There is not a more polished gentleman in Kentucky, nor one who will take Last- Tuesday morning Mr. R. R lore interest in a friend. From Waterview he went to Summer Conover, whe lives one and a half Shade, finding - business lively. He miles from Columbia, was kicked in the was encouragebVby nearly all the mer face by a horse and it was first thought chants in' jtown.. Harvey. White & that his chin bone,was broken, and that ToomeyJhastSa magnificent business he was otherwise seriously hurt. As house and are receiving a fine trade. Mr. Conover is quite an aged man, Mr. Oscar Harvey, who is connected every body was apprehensive of the withuKe store, has just recovered from result. After the physicians examined an operation which was performed in him, his condition was reported not Louisville. He at one time was in alarming, as no bones were broken. He anti-saloo- n agair-address ". ' ."..." : '. Estelle Bennett, Purdy...... Ru-sel- Mary Miller, Columbia Rosa May Conover, Montpelier Zella Fields, Breeding Mallie Moss, Columbia Helen Upton, Glensfork Mattie Gibson, Breeding, Will Occur April 15 eggs $1.00, 10o eggs $5.00. I have 6 558 685 First Eclipse a fine grade of fowl stock from the 5 551 540 28 and Is to Be Visible noted breeders as Pope & Pope, Louis2 605 625 Here. ville Ky 946 500 Mrs. Ida H. I l8-31 284 225 Roilingburg, Ky. 699 850 On two days of this year the sun will Elbert Sullivan and Frank Wade were 668 700 be hidden from the view of people in arrested in Russel County by Deputy 311 025 certain sections of the United States U. S Marshall Ryan and brought before 296 425 One of the eclipses will occur on April the Commissioner here this morning. 289 650 28, and will be visible to this country The trial for Sullivan was set for this 229 155 with the exception of the northern and morning; Wade's They are 225 050 northeastern portions, the eclipse ex charged with selling whiskey. 200 800 191 075 tending north as far as a line drawn MilSaw Mill for Sale. 177 000 through the cities of Philadelphia, waukee, Butte, Montana and Portland, 168 200 Oregon. The eclipse also will be vis165 400 . A saw and grist mill for sale, every ible to Mexico, Central America, the 148 350 thing complete. New 50 EL P. boiler. 143 120 western portion of the West Indies, the Ellis Bros.& Campbell.Pellyton, Ky. 135 400 eastern half of Australia, New Zea2t. 132 125 land and the Pacific Ocean, the path of 131 300 totality extending from Aukland, Aus Murrell & Willis, contractors, who 131 100 tralia, across the Pacific Ocean almost are erecting Mr. Charley Herriford's residence, had to lay off several days 125 500 to Central America. An annular eclipse of the sun will last week waiting for shingles. 122 950 in121 500 occur on October 22, which will be visible to the United States, but visible 119 800' It is our understanding that a new 109 590 to Asia, Phillippines Islands. Australia, Cumberland Presbyterian church build108 700 the northern part of New Zealand and ing, located in the Cane Valley country, was dedicated last Sunday. 107 900 the Pacific ocean. 100 000 Pton, m m. Rus-iSel- Rev. Walter E. Frazee, State Sunday The Paull Drug Company will remove their stock of goods into the School evangelist and secretary for the building, now occupied by Mr. W. H. Christian church, held a Bible School Wilson, the 15th of this month. Mr. Institute at the Christian church, CoWilson will remove his groceries into lumbia, beginning Friday night, March the ell part of the same building. The 31, continuing until Sunday morning, building in which the Paull Drug Co., April 2. His addresses were inspiring is now doing business, will be razed, and helpful. His conferences with the and a brick structure, running back to i workers were practical, and in these he the alley, will be erected which will be set forth quite clearly the meaning of occupied, when completed, by the drug the Front Rank Bible School. His Company. Messrs. Frank Sinclair and missionary address on Sunday morning G. W. Dillon will build on their lot at to the Bible school and church was full the same time. It is our understand- of spiritual power, and was one on a ing that Mr. W. H. Wilson has the high plane of intellectual thought, refusal of this building when ready for showing him to be a man of the hour occupancy. The two will be handsome acquainted with the field, its needs and buildings and will add greatly to the its workers. We shall be glad when he comes again. appearance of the square. J ', 1 will grind corn at my mill every Saturday. I will also sell shingles, and have plenty now for the market, either I take this method of expressing my oak or chestnut. gratitude to the many who supported E. A. McKinley me in the piano contest. Last Saturday night when the result was anThe last day of March was very disnounced, showing that I had won, feel- agreeable. It was very cold and snowings of emotion came over me that I ed at intervals from morning until night. cannot potray. Only those who re- The first day of April was bright but joiced with me have but a faint idea cool. how happily I felt. My friends were loyal from the start, and were 1 to It is quite fashionable to wear jewel write a column, clothed in the tender-es- t ry in this community. One dollars language at my command, I could worth purchased 3 000 votes the last not say 'more than this: From the week of the contest. depths of my heart, I thank you ! I thank you ! ! 1 thank you ! ! ! Columbia Lodge No 230 I. O. O. F. Gratefully, will meet next Thursday night. There Nellie Follis. will be work, and a full attendance is To My Friends. 12-3- m desired. Methodists, Attetion! e, n school at Columbia, and was exceedingly kind to the News representative. Edmonton wasfitije next point. He found the business' of the Capital of Metcalfe very good, the town crowded with commercial travelers, and all mankind at peace with the world. On his way home he checked up at Grady ville, stopping at the Wilmore Hotel, where he received the best of accommodations. The new bank recently opened at this place is doing nicely, and for a nice calendar order from this institution the News representative is thankful. At the Parsonage. Last Sunday afternoon Mr. Vervin f -- f u 1 Compton, son of Mr. Louis Compton and Miss Pearl Kemp, daughter of Mr. Squire Kemp, drove into Columbia and to the residence of Rev. B. M. Currie where they were happily married. They , I have the pure barred Plymouth left immediatly for their home in the Rock. The strain from Pope & Pope, Portland country. This couple have Louisville. 60 cents for 15, delivered !at .Many friends is the west end of this Coluaibia or Knifley. all of wkoat will be glad t o Mrs. BenrThomas, iMar of their uaiea. Alpfeer, Ky". Judge Geo. Herriford, of this place, has removed with his family totbe Mrs. E. A. Hurt gave her oldest Boys, who are in the contest, can country. He has purchased the farm grandaughter, Miss Patsy Montgomcall at the County Judges' office and Mr. J. M. Patterson, St. Louis, Mo., of J. P. Todd, known as the Wm. ery, a beautiful purple hen, that comes get their seed corn. will make an address on Missions and Francis farm, lying on the Campbells-vill- e into her grandmother's room every day Methods of Church Work, at the Prespike, 4J miles from Columbia. and gets on the bed and lays two eggs. I have a nice five room cottage for byterian church, on Wednesday evening Judge Herriford, wife and daughter A hen like this will soon lay enough rent, at 7:30 o'clock. Mr. Patterson is a make a fine family of people, and our eggs for Easter. She is a profitable tf. Dr. W. F. Cartwright. field .secretary of the Presbyterian citizens regretted very much to see hen. church for the south and southwest, them leave town. The consideration Mr. L. T. Neat has rented Mr. J.W. and will bring the information of an for the farm was $1,650. Richards residence and will remove to expert in his line of work. Every body A Card. it. interested in the development of methThe advertisement of my stock will ods and missions is cordially invited to pppear in next issue of the News. It seems but a few days since ChristWe desire to thank our neighbors and hear Mr Patterson. Regret that it could not be given now, mas, but of 1911 is gone. but application for register certificate friends through the News, for their asMr. Sam Beck purchased a one-hawas lost, and therefore the delay. sistance, kindness and benevolence, and Local Market. interest in Mr. Hugh Richardson's Not only will my stock be registered, for the many expressions of sympathy grocery store, last week. The busi- but will show the richest blood lines of extended to us in the recent loss of our Eggs II ness will be conducted over the firm any horses in this part of the state home. Hens 12 Mr. and Mrs. U. N. Whitlock. name of Richardson & Beck. It is not Call and see them. A S. Chewning. Chickens 12 new business for Mr. Beck, he having Cocks 4 Monday was county court and a fair conducted a grocery store here for Rev J. F. Claycomb, who at one Turkeys ft) toll several years. The News extends its time was pastor of the Presbyterian crowd of people in town. Several very Geese 5 best wishes to the firm, commending it Church, this place, but who has had fine horses were on exhibition. There Ducks H to the purchasing trade. charge of a Church at Pontoosuc, 111.. were a few mules on the market but Wool (clear grease) 20 only two or three sold, prices ruling for several years, has removed, with Wool (washed) 28 to 30 high. Mr. J. B. Russell, one of Adair his family, to Sturgis, Ky A new Hides (green) 5 to 6 county's best citizens, is now a resi- $12,000 church building has been erectFeathers 38 to 42 dent of Columbia, having removed his ed in that city, and Mr. Claycomb callMr. Will Young, the base ball playe-- , Ginseng 4 00 family to this place, from Watson, last ed to the pastorate. met with an accident last Saturday. He Beeswax was considerably bruised and was quite Friday. 25 He is occupying the home he was in a game at the Lindsay Wilson, a ! sore for several days He is now getrecently purchased from Mrs. Mary LOUISVILLE MARKETS. We wish to call a meeting at the ball striking his right index finger, ting along all right. Hudson, near the Fair Grounds. Cobreaking it at the first joint. Methodist church, Asberry Chapel, on lumbia is glad to welcome Air. Watson the second Sunday in April, at 3 p m on Live Stock and his family. fencing and Latest Quotations PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY. to organize a Sunday School. We will Persons who have also have a lecture, Value of S. S. In- timber on the Disappointment road are CATTLE Mr. Geo M. Stephenson has purrequested to remove .same in a reason struction. Every body invited W. H. C. Sandidge, Ebinezer. Shipping steer ... $5.005.50 chased Mr. McBeath's one third inter able length of time. The road at this j General Upchurch P. C. F. J. Barger, Egypt. Beef steers 3.505.5O est in the two roller mills, and is now a time is so obstructed that wagons can Z. T. Williams, Columbia. Fat heifers and cows 4 005. 00 full partner of Mr. G. B. Smith, Mr. not pass. J. R. Crawford, Columbia. Rev. J. R. Crawford will deliver an Cutters... 2.753.75 McBeath being entirely out of the busG. W, Pangburn, Gradyville.. Canners 1.502.75 A mare belonging to Mr. W. G. iness The latter publishes a card to address before 'the Modern Woodmen J. F. Black, Mt. Carmel. 3.005.00 dropped a mule colt one night last Bulls his friends which can be found in this of this county, at the Presbyterian J. F. Turner, Red Lick. church, this city, the fourth Sunday week, having only three legs. There Feeders 4.505.50 paper. " B. M. Currie, Columbia. night in this month. The lodge will at- was no sign of the right fore leg. It was Stockers 3.005.40 C. F. Breeding, Providence.. 35.00-45.A team representing the Russell tend in a body. Every body is cordially killed after many people call d to see it. Choice milch cows I. E. Ennis, Greensburg. Common to fair cows ... 15.00-35.Campbells-vill- e, invited to be present. Creek Baptist Academy, W. S Dudgeon. Milltown. will cross bats with the Lindsey-Wilso- n HOGS All parties interested in breeding to J. F Roach, Fry. club next Saturday afternoon, When a paper is printed, looking Saddle or Jack Stock are re- Choice 165 to 210 L. F. Payne, Morris Chapel. the game to be played at this place. black and greasy, inferior ink is being the best tocalljat A. S. Che wning's 7.00 barn. Mediums, 130 to 165 quested D. Howerton, Zion. Admission 25 cents. Every body should used or the ink fountain needs adjusting. to inspect his stock Pigs Visitors who desire attend. Iv Roughs This hint is'given for the benefit of a are welcome. 6.30 Eggs for Sale., .ri o. real good ;paper were it not .for the . AND LAMBS SHEEP one-four- th lf - Our correspondents will please .observe the following: A number of them are in habit of dropping in an "ad" in their letters for the benefit of their local business men. It is worth ten cents a line to publish that character of matter, and such items will not be published, gratis. For instance a correspondent will say that the local merchant has just recieved a nice line of goods and invites the people to call That character of matter is an advertisement and our price for such is ten cents a line for the first insertion and 5 cents a line for each subsequent insertion. Another matter: Do not send in stock items without giving prices. over Russell county. A great deal of the Russell county land is good, and she has an excellent citizenship. What is needed is better farmers and fewer W F. Rowe. knockers. Editor of News: I noticed in your issue of the 29th, that the Denmark correspondent stated that I sold a piece of lsnd for twice its value. I do not know who wrote the item, but the fact is, I never got the value of the land. Furthermore, I never knew a piece of land located near Denmark, to sell for its full value, and it is the same way Everybody in this community feel relieved. The piano contest is over. The Sunday school wants you, it needs The largest votes were cast the two you, and you need it. " We convene next Sunday morning at last days. 9:30 o'clock the Pastor will deliver a Bell Bros , sons of Mr. John Bell, sermonette to the children, at 11 o'clock are farming at a lively rate at Montpe the regular Sunday morning worship Her. Corn ground all broke, oats sown will begin. We earnestly request your etc. presence at these services; and cordially invite others, who have no other church Columbia Lodge No. 96, F. and A. engagements.A welcome awaits youall M., will meet next Friday night. ' Very truly, There will be work. B. M. Currie, Pastor. You are welcome to call and see my stock at any nime. Lays Two Eggs A Day. A. S. Chewning. Hol-lad- ay -- 00 00 7-1- . , -- Mr. Thos. C. Purdy, father of Mr. A. D. Purdy, whomarried Miss Effie this county, $ed on the 23rd of March at his late homeJ3radfordaville. He was 81 years old," a member of the Methodist Church, and one of Marion County's most prominent wealthy Do-hon- ey, Mt. G. T. Rasner has opened a fam- Best Iambs .v. rl . . J y.: ...'. i .. stand formerly oc Culls C"--' ily grocery in the ....'..... ..... . MENnd WOMENl'sell eriarariteed cupied by J. B. Rasner. Every thing Fat sheep .Lose. 70- per cent. I profit. Make $10 is" new, and the trade ef the public is GRAIN. daily. Full or part time. Beginners solicited. Wheat...investigate. Wear Proof, 3038 Chest-m- t ; ':.., S. Chewaing's Stock before Corn See A. 2 St., Philadelphia, Pa. up your naiad. you mak - press work." ',, ,5J6 . v . v 35J 2i3J 3- - - 14-1- ., .. ,v 90 K. ga '. y.1 -- t i 3 t .. r ', P.? rAttention! We Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill Slock ready for use. A large assortment of Windows, Doors, Roofing, Colonial Columns. In fact we can furnish any part or all the Wood, any grade desired, that is needed for Building or Repair work. It will be to your Interest to inspect our Stock and Prices. : x & PE ATAIK COUNTY NEWS He joined the Medical Society are meant in mercy. Whom the here at its first organization, and Lord loveth He chasteneth. The following paper was read during all ups and downs he 3. That this heartfelt testimo-- ! before the Adair County Medichung to it. He was always nial of our sympathy and sorrow al Society, by U. L. Taylor, on among the first to pay his dues, be forwarded to the family of Friday, March the 10th, 1911: , . j ,, as Liit; recurus wm snow, anu ne our aeparcea ineno, ana also to was announced in the Adair it was surpassed by only one coun the State Medical Journal for xrm u4. n, ry mem in attending the publication. . for would consist of ex-- 1 erases on the life and death of meetings of the Society, and Sheep. i ,' that one member was Dr. Wil-- i vv. i. i jLr. TTr m unssom, wno aiea at liam Blair, of Glenville. When the beginning of this year. put upon the program, he nearly Good sheep are profitable when When a member of a Masonic always came prepared, and in well handled, and in districts of Fraternitv diis. the lnde-- at- , discussing the papers of other ' country adapted to sheep Of rtJ u .,i n. ' iciiuBLiiciuaciaiiua uuu.y,auu memuers ne never aoage coursesheep do best on dry land wouia the members wear crape for question, but always had low, moist or swampy lands are thirty days. When a member a the something to say that was perti- - not suited to the sheep. The church dies, a committee is apnent. As a collector of his bills fenced pasture, fenced hog tight pointed to pass resolutions befitting the occasion, and they he greatly surpassed me, and is the proper thing. As to the upon several occasions when the number of sheep an acre of land rarely leave off any good thing same persons would ovCp both of will produce, some acres produce that the deceased has ever done, us he would make some fix up in ten times more grass than others and they permit the bad things which he would always remem- - because they are sodded closer, to be interred with the body. ber me as well as himself. But more crass t, oTonnd crows on thp. cy . When a lawyer dies, a meeting it was at his home among his The best illustration we can give of the bar is called, resolutions family that he appeared best, to guide in this regard would be are 'passed, all the living lawyers His wife was a cousin to me, and in comparison to cattle. It has al make speeches, reciting the good she was indeed and in truth a ways bean estimated that a cow deeds of the deceased. And help meet for him. He enjoyed m pasture, hay and feed, will why should not a Medical Society the company of his friends and consume about the equal of eight hold memorial exercises over the loved to see them come. He ' to ten sheep. Sheep do not death of one of its members? liberally good things essarily need large areas to graze Before Lr. Grissom died, when I for the table, and his wife, who over. In the eastern and New saw the end approaching, I inwas a good cook, prepared them England States the farm3 are tended to have our society attend in such a way that it was always fenced with very small pastures, the funeral in a body, but I was a pleasure to sit at his table. often but three to five acres in an sick myself at the time and But he has gone, gone the way enclosure, and the sheep do well could not attend. I regretted of all the earth, and we shall It is a good plan to change sheep this very much, for Dr. Grissom never see his face again. Peace to other pastures where the en- and I had always been very dear ' to his ashes. closures are very small. There friends. We were associated toDISCUSSION BY THE SOCIETY. are insect enemies of the sheep, gether in other things beside the Dr. W. R. Grissom said, I but not anything very serious. Medical Society. Twenty years have known Dr. W. T. Grissom The sheep tick is easily gotten ago, Dr. McCormack, of the from his youth. He was a neph- rid of by dipping. Intestinal, State Board of Health, wrote to ew of mine, and I knew him stomach and lung worms are me asking me to name two doc-cofrom the" time that he com- readily destroyed by a few doses which together with me, menced the practice of medicine. of turpentine and oil. The main should constitute a Board of I have met him many times in thing is to select the breed of Health of Adair County. I nampractice, and always found him sheep you fancy most, then get ed Dr. Grissom and Dr. William the perfect gentleman that he a pure bred ram and breed to a Blair, of Glenville, and the same seemed to be. Always cour- decided improvement each year three were appointed every two teous, gentle and fair in consul- in the crop of lambs. There is no years for fifteen years, Two tation, and I endorse fully the class of stock that the small years ago, Dr. Blair resigned, paper read by Dr. Taylor. farmer can breed and handle to but Dr. Grissom continued to fill Dr. W. F. Cartwright said, I more profit, for the investment, that" place until the day of his have met Dr. Grissom very of- than sheep, except poultry. Ex death. He remained loyal to me ten in practice, and found him always. I only had to indicate Odd, Isn't It? all that has been said about him. to him what I wanted done, and He was always kind and pleashe was always ready to do it. A match has a head but no face Dr. Taylor in his paper, Nearly all this time he served ant. has not said too much. A watch has a face but no head. without pay, because I was all Dr. C. M. Russell said, that in A river has a mouth but no this time the Health Officer, and all of his meetings with Dr. Gris ' tongue. the Health Officer got what little som he had always been pleased pay there was in the Board, and A wagon has a tongue but no in every particular. He was almouth. the other members served withways generous and kind, and I out remuneration. For this he An umbrella has ribs but no was always willing to leave a never was known to grumble. patient of mine in his hands. I trunk. One time Dr. Grissom became A tree has a trunk but no ribs. fully endorse the paper. dissatisfied at something the A clock has hands but no arms. Dr. H. B. Simpson said, I am a Board had done, and sent in his young doctor, and have met with The sea has arms but no hands. resignation to the State Board of Dr. Grissom only occasionally, A rooster has a comb but no Health, and Dr. McCormack askbut have always found him a hair. ed me to name a successor, and gentleman, and I think Dr. TayA rabbit has hair but no comb. I promptly named Dr. Grissom. lor's paper is all right. He was reappointed, and that Odd, isn't it? Dr. William Blair submitted ; was the end of the only unpleasthe following resolutions, which Midnight in The Ozarks antness. He was always ready were adopted: and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton, of to give or take advice. As a Whereas, In view of the loss Clay City, 111., coughed and coughed practician, I knew him intimateon advice He was in the we have sustained by the death of live doctors, mountains he the who said had ly during his whole career. We of our friend and associate, Dr. but found no help in the clihave been called together on W. T. Grissom, and the still mate, and started home. Hearing of Dr. many occasions, and whether it began to use King's New heavier loss sustained by those it. believe Discovery, he it saved my life,"he writes "I was my patient or his, an outsider who .were nearest and dearest to "for it made a new man of me. so that seeing us together treating the For I can now do good work again. " him; therefore be it case never could have told. He all lung diseases, coughs.colds, la grippe Resolved, That it is but a just asthma, croup, whooping cough, hay was always affable and pleasant, tribute to the memory of the de- fever, hemorrhages, hoarseness or quinas ready to take advice as to give Price known remedy. parted to say, that in regretting sy, its the bestTrial bottle free. Guardiagnostician he was 50c and $1.00. it. As a his removal from our midst, we anteed by Paull Drug Co. above the average. He was very one who was in evpainstaking in the examination mourn for ery way, worthy of our respect Fewer Fogs in London. of a patient, seemed to try. to get In Memorium. f j i L. & N. Time Card In effect Monday. Dec. 31. SOUTH BOUND A 1003. ! Lv- - nnnr to-da- y, jiii ! i " 8a5am 5:05pm pm 0 8.-0- ah.leba5k o23 9 No 21 -- I ioam 7:40pm 10.00 Pm N'o.93 i i'eain 0.24 o. 78 fo. 22 Jo. 92 NORTH BOUND Lv Lkbanon Ak. SsiSam Louisvillb 7:50am 10:15am 3:15 pm 10:15am I 722am 623 pm A -- t f i uMv' Nos. 92 and 93 are.Sunday trains only. 752am I i Sanduskv &Kj,Co. .. Columbia. 1 j ;- : i IILM9RE HOTEL. v.. ;.i. imurflOJe, Prop r. i j j ; t ' I. coiwFurvy BLINKS. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rates First-Clas- s 4. ' S j GKftDYyiLLe. KY ( j j i S. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON -- Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. We appreciate them. I nec-prepar- ed E. fe L WESJO., INCORPORATED . E LOUISVILLE, KY. I ! 9Vt U. G. HARDHICH, Special Attretin In Eyes Pre. j. n. COCKb, . Pro. k. H. DIETZMAN, Sec Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work dor.e at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is dene or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED W.lPyneMill&5uppiy -- Co. KUGIIES' KISiDENCE. STREET. ON BURKSVILLE - ESTABLISHED if INCORPORATED I8M S PILLWRIGHTS r ENGINES. ECILE&S, SAW MLS. GFIST MILLS. FEED MILLS 1301 THIRTeeNTri-MftlN. OFALERS f mflCf-UHlSTN ! 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Louisville, Ky. on, Weekly Courier-Journal Poultry Pointers old hens are used If any of the a second season mate them to vigorous cockerels. Increase the corn allowance iu your evening feed during the cold damp and chilly nights. Keep all of the best pullets and as they manure aud begin to lay dispose of the poorer mixed hens. Do not try to stimulate the hens to lay more eggs by feeding pepper or other hot stuff It is bad business. ' Incubators can be set without much trouble but i t, takes a jnigtity earful person t o hatch -- the chickens and raise them. Show time is in full swing and the wise breeder who expects to exhibet is in line getting the How the bird into condition. about you? The average farmer i s not equipped for raising winter chickens on a large scale, but if he has an incubator he will find and regard. it profitable to raise a few broil- to the bottom of every case, and 2. That we sincerely condole ers for the early market. when he had made his diagnosis, he never was at a loss for an with the family of the deceased Never Out Of Work. on the dispensation, with which The busiest little things ever made appropriate remedy. His sucare Dr. King's New Lift Pills. Every cess was equal to the best, and it has pleased Divine Providence globule of health pill is a that changes weakness into strength, in his hands I always considered to afflict them, and we commend into men- a patient as safe as if he had them for consolation languor into energy, brain-fa- g to Him tal power; curing Constipation, HeadacheChills, Dyspepsia, Malaria. Only been in the hands of any other Who orders all things for the 25c at Paull Drug Co. (best, and whose chastisements physician. sugar-coate- d Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily "Twenty years ago there were or Sunday Courier Journal. 55 foggy days in London during Write Courier-Journ- al Com- the winter months, whereas in 1909-1- 0 there were only 11 during the same period. The fog fiend has been scotched, if not killed,' ' said Sir James Crichton at the annual dinner of the Sanitary Inspectors' association. pany, 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. vsj ;A. y y' THE: ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 W Program. i inSSl Pyrus. The beautiful warm dry weath- James Garnett for attorney General in this neck of the woods OLD TIME OPERATORS. Many or Tliem Grnrtunted From th Key to tlit Millionaire Clusx. TbfM? was recent!; held iu New- - York a contention ot" former telegraph operators. These men formerly earued 12, $lo and JU a v.evk. A few of them got ?25. Now of the thousand who attended the convention many are millionaire-! and multimillionaires. Nearly every one of them has attained success in profession- or business far separated from the telegraphic ke;. hoard. Thee men have an organization called the Did Time Telegraphers and Historical association. The recent convention was the twenty-liftand the members hailed from every state iu tho Union. r Few persons know that Got! of New York owe was a telegraph operator, lie belongs to the Old Timers. So does Andrew Carnegie, who was graduated from the job of in a small engine room in a Pennsylvania town to the telegraph office of a railroad station. In the intervals of shoveling con! Mr. Carnegie learned telegraphy. The engine room was in the basement of the tckgraph station. He spent all of his spare tlma iu the ollico upstairs. The operator In charge took a fancy to the sturdy little Scotch lad aud taught him the mysteries of the keyboard. When the operator gave up his job he recommended Carnegie as his successor. Mr. Carnegie c:in still send and receive. Thomas A. Edison got his flrat love of electricity while working - x telegraph operator. Though he Is almost as deaf as a post now. he cjn still receive, lie says every tick of the sounder con.es as distinctly to him as" it tiki thirty year-- ; ago. Air. EdHou wouldn't miss one ot the reunions of the OW Time telegraphers for a small fortune. The pesident of the association is John C. Barclay, general manager oC the Western Union Telegraph company and its chief electrical engineer. A quarter of a century back Mr. Edison und Mr. Barclay worked side by side in the operating room on the top tloor of the Western Union building. W. C. Brown, vice president of the New York Central road, is another Old Tinier who began his business career as a telegraph operator. Assistant Postmaster General P. V. De Graw is an enthusiastic Old Timer So is Levi Weir, president of the Adams Express company; also Robert O. dowry, president of the "Western Union. T. C. Eckert, now a retired multimillionaire, always attends the reunh, Het-orde- Get Wcl! I you are sick, you wish to get 'well, don't you? Of course you do. You wish to be rid of the pain and misery, and be happy again. If your illness is caused by female trouble, you can quickly get the right remedy to get well. It's Cardui. This great medicine, for women, has re lieved or cured thousands or ladies, suireriDg like you from some female trouble. vmi-f- Program of theMusical AssoCreelsboro. er has put our farmers to ciation to be held at Pleasant breaking corn ground and plantMr. E. O. Buster wife and lit- Grove school house, the second ing some garden. tle daughter, of Glensfork visited Sunday in April beginning at 8:30 o'clock. The few cold nights recently their parents of this place Satnr-da- y killed all of our peaches and early fruit. and Sunday. For Woiten's Ills Ifrs. Fannie Ellis, of Foster, Ark., suffered agony for J39 seven years. Eead her letter about Cardui. She writes : "I was sick for seven years with female trouble. Every month I would very nearly die with my head and back. I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was to suffering women." Try it cured. Cardui is a God-sen- d fL sa Br. . :!jsrrssi AT ALL DKUGr STOBES Res. 'Phone 29. Dr. Office S. SDunbai BUILDING. RING 'Phone 40- - Bcntlst OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN James Tripieli Dentist. JEFFRIES' 'PHONE NO. 40, 3. COLUMBIA JEFFRIES BLOCK KENTUCKY COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY spvs(ixKssx5xs) 9) exe? Mrs. Luther Miller and daughMr. G. D. Vance who has been ter Mrs. Mamie Ramsey, were very sick for some time is im- in our town shopping Monday. proving some at this writing. It Mrs. B. F. Leach and daughter is hoped by his many friends that were in town last week. he will soon be well again. Misses Ida and Bessie Black, Mr. W. S. Pickett spent a few Nannie Perryman, visited friends days in Louisville last week, and relatives on Crocus Saturday while there sold his tobacco for and Sunday. very satisfactory price. Rev. Sullivan filled his regular Mrs. C. W. Keltner who has appointment here Sunday. in.bad health for some time, and Miss Nannie Perryman was in little son Paul, visited relatives at Gradyville a few days of last town Tuesday. Miss Ada Williams of Well's week. Mr. G. L. Vlre visited his Bottom was here last week. Mr. aud Mrs, W. E. Rains hav- mother Saturday night and Sunmoved to Rockhouse Bottom day. Little Daisy Keltner visited Miss Bessie Blankenship visitSiella Keltner part of last week. ed MPs. A. A. Clayton one daj Mr. Amos Keltner of Grady- last week. Mrs. Emma Heart, and son Joe. ville attended quarterly meeting at Pleasant Ridge church last of Kendal, were in town last Thursday. Tuesday. Mr. Will Garr was in our midst Rev. Pangburn and wife spent last Monday at C. W. Keltner. Friday. Mrs. Sara Black of Crocus visiThey were on their way to attend quarterly meeting at Pleas- ted relatives here Friday and Saturday. ant Ridge. i Song led by A. G. Hill. Scripture lesson, I. M. Welcome address, Sam Grim-sle- y. Walk-u- o. Response, Frank Hughes. Minutes of the freemans meeting read. SUBJECTS FOR DISCUSSION. How interest the young people in music? I. M. Grimsley. Why the old people shou'd learn to sing? A. G. Hill. The influence of music, W. C. Bryant. Song led by Miss Dennie Grimsley. Penn-syhiai- ia Singing as a part of religious A'orship, H. L. Thompson. Why teachers should attend musical associations? open discussion. Quartette furnished by Drewy Moore, Should vocal music be taught in common schools. J. V.Dudley, Miss Pearl Hindman. Transpositions by Flats, Tucker' Grimsley John Burton. By sharps, Ruel Cabbel. The singing school as it was I I V WEEKLY COURIER - JOURNAL HENRY. WATTERSON, Editor Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a rear, but you can get the WEEKLY Is a National Newspaper, COURIER-JOURN- AL AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEtfS For $1.50 if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, $6.00 $2.00 Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. &X8 S)S s xl)gxaxg)(xs) ?WSa certainly preached an interesting We are having some rain at sermon at quarterly meeting ser- present. vice last Tuesday. ' Eggs are still 12 cents per Mr. R. O. Keltner, wife and dozen at this place and hens 10 daughter Daisy, visited the for- cents per pound. mers mother, Mrs. J. H. Vire, Mrs. .Malissia Morgan visited last Saturday night. Sunday her daughter Mrs.Nannie Phelps they spent the day at Mr. C. W. of Lawson Botton, last week. Keltners. Rev. Smith filled his regular The prospect is good for a appointment in Wells Botton Satwheat crop in our community. urday night and Sunday. Several in our community have J. W. Wells sold to Richard been hauling spokes to Pickett Newby 6 head of calves for $120. this week. Harold Ferguson sold to Earl Williams of Goose Creek 2 head Gadberry. of calves for 4J cents per pound. Mr. J. E. Morgan is making a Mr. Willie Bennett was visiting Mr. John Darnell Friday night. business trip to Burnside this There will a singing at Keiths week. Chaple next Sunday afternoon, Mrs. L. I. Murphy visited her conducted by Messrs. Campbell sister Mrs. Malinda Clayton of and Stotts. Creelsboro. last week. Mrs. Alma Botts who has been Mrs. Ell and Miss Maggie Brooks of this place were visiting on the sick list is improving. Mr. Tip Wells has returned Mrs. Bud Vaughan of near Co home irom Burksville, where he lnmbia Monday. Miss Jane Harvy.of Grlensfork was attending school. ! Ham called on our when I was a boy, I. M. GrimSun- merchants Thursbay. sley; as it is now. Taylor Sulliday. Mrs. Robert Self visited her van; as it ought to be.Jas.Kerns. Mrs. T. J. Keltner and Miss niece, Mrs. J. D. Irvin, Saturday. Song, God be with you till we Flora Pickett spent last Sunday meet again. Whetstone. night at C. W. Keltners. Doxology. ions. Miss Stella Keltner was at Benediction. George, Edwin, Howard and Frank As I have never seen anything Gould are expert telegraphers. Unliko Gradyville last Tuesday. from this place will give a few W. C. Bryant, f the other members of the Old Timers, A. G. Hill, Committee. N they never earned a living from tho Rev. Hulse our Presiding Elder items. J. F Turner, ( W. S. visitkeyboard. Pickett and family ed at Rev. Joe Firkins last Mr. Bob General News. The tobacco crop of Virginia and North Corolina will be pool-- ; ed thi3 year. Jay Gould had an Idea that a practical knowledge of telegraphing was a. valuable asset. He had his eldest son. George, taught before he was out of his teens, also his second son, Edwin. When Howard and Frank became old enough to enter upon business life the first work they undertook was the study of telegraphy. President Haft defeated Re- -, THE COMING MAN. presentative Martin W. Littleton To He n, Ho"ilcsH Crentnre Dependat golf at Augusta. ent on Mechanical Contrivances. The mechanical peril Is a difficulty The Clay Statue at Lexington vhlch has not escaped the attention of has been repaired and replaced the present parliament, says Charles Edward .Tcrnlngham in London Truth. on the monu,ment. The special commission which was reReperts to the Census Bureau cently appointed toaninquire into thu interim report, matter has issued show that the cotton crop of 1910 and the following evidence of one of ' the witnesses examined Is of especial was 11,941,563 bales. Interest: Can you write? No: I use a typewriter. The population of India is Can you sins? No; I use a phonugraph. Can you play any an increase of 20,500,000 No; I use the pianola.musical instrument? Can you sew? No; I use a sewing as compared with 1901. 315;-000,0- 00 H. F. Decou, an American archaeologist, was murdered by, a tribesman at Cyrene, in Africa. Seven men were drown by the sinking of the fishing tug Silver Spray off the Cleveland break- ' t water. Two persons were killed and four were injured when a passenger train struck a street car in Buffalo. The constitutionality of the Georgia prohibition Jaw is to be tested in the United States Supreme Court. A balloon pilot was killed when his airship struck a breakwater of the Suider Zee in Rhensh-Prussiahalf-bree- d, you draw? No; I use a kodak. you walk? No; I ue a bicycle, a car a tram car or a train. you see? No; I use glasses. you hoar? No; I use a trumpet. you digest? No; I use digestives. jou sleep? No; I use narcotics. you form an Independent political, literary, artistic or ordinary opinion? No: 1 belong to an "organized" political party and take my opinions in this direction from the wire pullers. Aa regards literature and art. I receive my impressions of those matters from the reviews In the newspapers and In ordinary circumstances I follow general public opinCan Can motor Can Can Can Can Can ion, Can you breathe? respiration. i No; I use artificial was vistting at Jesse Thompsons last week. Neatsburg. Pickett Tobacco Warehouse INDEPENDENT C. A. BRIDGES & Co. PROPRIETORS Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky. M-- t , W. G. BRIDGES c has. a. bridges Give us a trial. p0Ur Months Storage Free We Guarantee to Please you Table su pplied With the Pest the Market;Af fords Meals, 35c MILLEN HOUSE. M. D. MILLEN & CO., Proprs Located on Railroad St., one square east of L. & N. Station Lebanon, - Kentucky. Some wheat crops are looking Mr Martain Franklin was visiting Mr. Willis Bennett Thursday. fine here while others are not Born to the wife of Lawrence, looking so well. " Miss Myrt Neat of Eunice, was Young on the 22rd a girl. Mr Rollin Thompson is at work visiting her cousin Mat Grant Saturday night and Sunday. . at Glensfork this week. Misses Rosie and Lettie PendleThe boys have begun playing ton of Knifley are visiting relaball at this place. They will orgatives at this place. nize in a few weeks. Bro. Nelson filled his regular Mrs. Byrd Darnell and children were visiting a t Mr. Boss appointment at this place Saturday night and Sunday. Loys Sunday. Mr. Elia Grant will soon have Misses Aquilla- - Darnell and his log yard completed with about Richard McClister went to one hundred thousand feet. a few days ago. Mr. Jule Hatfield who is atMrs. Gertrude Gadberry is on tending the L. W. T. S., was at the sick list. home Saturday and Sunday. Mary Franfcum has Miss Mr. Edd Hancock and wife, of about recovered. Cane Valley, were visiting at I will close for this time by Mr". I. C. Breedings Saturday saying every thing looks like night and Sunday. . Camp-bellsville i j . will bv entirely dependent upon mechanical contrivances, organizations and medical resources; that he will only have emerged from one form of slavery after generations of struggling to enter into another which Is mora nbsolute. Take away from the mau typewriter, phonograph, of 2C0o ) pianola, kodak, bicycle, motor car. train, sewing machine, spectacles, digestives, narcotics and newspapers, and he will be an utterly helpless creature. From these answers it would appear that the man of the immediate future Birthplace Sold. John Sears, a was The Lincoln's farm whore Abraham Lincoln electrocuted at Trenton, N. J., was born, which is near the little village of Hodgeville, Ky., was recently fcr the murder of a preacher sold for $3,U00, much less than was expected. The purchaser was It. J. Coland his wife. get posseslier Lieut.-GoWilliam H. Cox' sion of New York. He will In December. Mr. Collier has not has formally announced his can- yet decided what he will do with It, and Jt probably was bought as an Indidacy for the Republican nomi- - vestment. The farm comprisesllu" ncres, and the price was not much nation for Governor. i , v. J more than the land is worth for agricultural purposes. Kicked By A Mad Horse Samuel Birch, of Beetown Wis., had a most narrow escape from losing his leg, as no doctor could heal the frightful sore that developed, but at last Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it com- Cxtln-- t Species of Camel. A bulletin on an extinct species of inniel that once roamed over prehistoric California has been issued by the zoological department of the University of Cal'ornla. In the region about pletely. Its' the greatest healer of the Potter creek cave, Shasta coanty. burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts, were unearthed various portions of tha corns, cold soree, brukrag and piles on camels that existed during the rul-ce- rs, qua-'.erm-ary earth. Try it. 25c. at Paull Drag Co. af. "V ' r- -. - . THE ADAIR COUNTS KEWS ii$ii09VV$9VVV9$9VV 999999W & & $ A gfU ' ' . GUARANTEED 100 per cent. PURE Analysis Appears on top of Every Can Hee Hardware 99W999W99999999W99 THE ADAIR COUNTY k 3 . 1 VW99Mv999?606m&$$446$44Q$ , ! NEWS petrate an out rage on a white just good boating water now. woman, has been proven to be Published Every Wednesday utterly false, and that he was - - BYaTHE - knocked down and beaten withAdair County News Company. out cause. President Taft and Lyman Abbott, editor of the Out( Incorporated.) look, and other noted men have EDITOR. exhonorated Washington, and CHAS. S. HARRIS class his treatment as a brutal Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest of the City of Columbia and the people attack on an innocent man. As' f Adair and adjacent counties. The News mentioned the cir- as sec- - CUmstance as Was first reported, Entered at the Columbia oud class mail natter. it takes pleasure in making the above statement. Post-office Mrs. J. N. Dillon and son Jas-- 1 pe- -, of Burnside, is visiting her brother-in-law at this .place. Miss Mary E. Wiliams is visiting her brother, D, W. Wiliams, at Burnside J. F. Hurt and Miss Mattie Melton were married last Sunday at the brides father, A. Milton Esq., Volley Smith officiating. May their paths be strewn with sunshine and flowers. WED. APEIL. 5, 1911, There h?sbeen cratic sentiment throughout the State for the last three weeks. There are two announced candidates for the nomination for Governor, but their movements, if any has been made, has been remarkably quiet. There will have to be some ginger put into this campaign; the Democracy must be aroused, and the best of feeling must prevail in ordar that the nominee, whoever he may be, will receive the united support of the party at the November election. Our candidates are good men, and it is going to take a good one to win if O'Rear is nominated by the Republicans. This statement cannot be denied, hence it is the imperi-tiy- e duty of the Democrats to close up the gaps and get ready for the hottest fight the State has ever witnessed. Forget everything that has come into the contest to bring about trouble, esponse the cause of your choice, work for him until the primary closes, and if your favorite should be defeated wheel into line and work unceasingly until the fall election for whoever wins the nomination. a lull in Demo- The Republican Executive and State Central Committees met in Louisville last week and called a State Convention, to meet in Louisville, Tuesday, July 11, 1911, for the purpose of nominating a State ticket. The County mass meetings to select delegates will be held on Satur- day, before July 8. Representa tion, one delegate for each 100 votes and one for each fraction over 50 cast at the last Presidential election. Before the committees the O'Rear forces made a fight for Lexington but were out voted. I Little Bettie Irvin is visiting her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lloyd Becks Store. James Cole was on hands as usual yesterday to get News, James says he has found all of his iron wedges and wont have to lose any more, he is talking of having claims put to them. Miss Lois Dillon and Mrs J. N. Dillon went to White Bottom last Saturday to visit P. Wat Parmley's wife who has been sick. R. L. Snow with Roberson Bros & Co., of Louisville, was It now looks like Hon. Jas. B. McCreary, of Madison county, will be the nominee of the Democratic party for Governor. Hon. Wm Addams.of Harrison county, has not withdrawn from the contest, but he 'does not seem to be making an effort for the nomination. Senator McCreary spoke at Hopkinsville Monday, saying he will be actively before the people from now until the primary. He further said that the Democratic State ticket, when nominated, will win in November. calling on our merchants at this place last week. Mrs S, A. Stephenson was here .shopping last week. Hiss Anna Baker returned from Burnsides where she has been visiting her sister Mrs J. L. Grissom for five or six weeks. J. H. is staying with his parents a few days, nursiug a felon on his thumb. He had Dr. Baker to split it and is much better. Irvein & Lloyd is fixing to in stall a McCaskey Register in their store. chickens now than for a long; time. Women with a few old hen can do more than men do with an ; hundred acre farm. FOR 50c. The relatives and friends 0 f Aunt Meeky Montgomery gave QUIGLEY NERVE TONIC TABLETS FOR NERVOUS her a supprise birthday dinner TROUBLES SMeeky lives at the March 24th. old home of her grand father i n These Tablets have been tried for years and found to in the house built by him when be an efficacious remedy for nervous disorders indocat-e- d by irritability, weakness, depression. Is a splendid he came from Va., one hundred tonic for men or women who are generally run down v. years ago. We used some silver and who lack ambition or energy. spoons and a cup made by Frank Guaranteed under Pure Food & Drug Act June 30 Montgomery., a salt ceilar Serial No. 23126. brought from Liverpool England. Sent by mail in plain wrappers. Price per box of We This pair costing $5.00. a two weeks treatment 50 cents. 6 boxes for 2.50 home made cotton a saw shirt that Nancy Taylor had spun, LOUISVILLE, KY. wove and made for her father near a century ago. Those presB. F. Sauter, Owner. ent were mesdams Will, Josh, Kint, J.C. and J. B. Montgomery Jeff White, Irvin Blair, Richard y y w y y M y y y y y y y y n- nk vy vt v sy v v.r TTv Young, 7FZ 7t 7K 7K 7n 7Jn ?n 7in 7K Tin In 7rt 7K in in 7T in n in .'in Ttn .in 7K In T Reeves, John and Alvin IN Burton Yates, Ellen Holladay, ?K LOUISVILLE K IN 7VZ SHOPPERS Ann Morris, Mary Montgomery, Min Find it profitable to do their shopping at our store. We know L Jake Gabbart, Misses Liza Montyou will also find it profitable if you do your shopping at our 7K 1S IN gomery, CaryCabbell, and Win ?K store, in person or Dy man s nie Montgomery, June, Robt, Nl 25c FOULARD IS MEN'S SILK 7K 15 c Montgomery, and Nat sis. SOCKS 25c and Kint $17. SUITS $11.95 Mercerized Men's Pure Silk ty White. Foulards, handSocks, These are exceptionally and colors;black IN some styles, 39c TN IN 25c quality at handsome suits at the price. Nt quality 25c. Irvins Store. 7K IN 15c They are mad from pure PURE WOOL 7k : h Two weeks Treatment City Hall Pharmacy, vy There is nothing new to report from this part, but as we have been delinquent for awhile, will jot down a few lines any how. Mr. McKinley was here gathering up eggs, poultry and produce of all kinds. to-da- IN PERCALE WRAPPERS 95c IN Ladies .Percale X IN Wrappers full, made: 95c neatly special cut wool fabrics and well tailored. We show this line in black and colors, in French Serge, Storm Serge, English Worst- SERGE 49c TN Pure Wool French Serge, black and colors; a great value at 49c 50 7Jn V y 71n 7K SM Miss Esther Withers, is home after a few weeks stay with her brother, Mr. William Withers. LADIES SILK HOSE 35 Ladies' Pure Silk Hose, with lisle top 50c eds, Fancy Mixtures, etc. Many Suits elsewhere at $17. are no better. As a special bargain we offer them at l nj1 TABLE DA-JIAS- K 39 7 J $11.95. i quality 35c TN Bleached Table Damask, a quality worth 50c; as a great special at 39c. IN Mrs. Emma Cooper, and Miss Ozark. Pearl Emerson Lwere here last J. C. Bryant is quiet sick at week visiting their sister, Mrs. Jacob Cooper. this writing. i.aimirx VJ111111 .J, 7f n iTiinnr . Ii nine VUIJ 5 -- Eighth and Market InTtn 1 n rnv vi f "vnvwv..;. 1111, ipnu x.lr. 7Z IN K7K7K7iN7lN7K7?N7K7:i7iNiNiNr.iN iNifN7iNK7fN V The Whallen Bros., John and W. S. Hughes, our sheriff, and G. G. Reynolds sold a cow and Senator Thomas H. Paynter Jim, of Louisville, two of the of Russell" calf to Pendleton and Loy for C. A. Hammond has announced his candidacy for best known politicians in Ken- $60.00. Springs, were here Saturday. the nomination for United States tucky, have withdrawn from Mr. Bryant Meece and family, Miss Annie Hardin, Columbia, Senator, subject to the July 1st politics for all time to come. and Mr. M. T. Wilson and family primary. He publishes a long They announce that the rest of and Cary Cabbel Danville, were visited relatives here last week. card, going over his record since their lives will be devoted to visiting in JOzark last Saturday Mr. Smith, the live stock innjght. t he has been in the Senate and their families. Mrs. Alice White and daughter spector was around last week, asks an endorsement at the looking after the sheep. . Nora Bnnkle, 111., are Judge Wm. M. Reed, of hands of the Democrats of KenStanley Cooper sold one two who announced his can-- ! ting the family of Jeff and John tucky. He states that he is a year old horse for $115. to Finley member of the Judiciary Com- didacy for the Democratic nomi-- 1 White. mittee and is just now in a posi- - nation for Governor, two weeks Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Hudson Richarson. tion to be of great service to the ago, has withdrawn from the have been at the bedside of their Dr. Hammcnd sold one cow and ' people of the State. He pays a contest. mother who has been quite sick calf to Leo Hatfield for $40. compliment to his friend and opat the home of C. S. Harris. We were glad to note the article In his speech at Hopkinsville ponent, Hon. Ollie James, and Mrs. Mae Moss and son, Ray- - in your last issue, by Dr. Scholl, McCreary said he favor do more good as a Senator says he can ed a platform convention to b e.mond, of Greensburg, have been regarding the Russell County member of the Wajs and Means held after the July primary. Why visiting at J, W. Morris. Medical Society. The majority of Committee in the House of Rep- not before the primary? Frank Montgomery, wife and the people seem to be ignorant resentatives than he could possitwin daughters, attended the 're- about the vital statistic law, as is Bakerton. bly do in the Senate. He asks ception of Ed Nell (Conoverand shown by their manner of rehis candidacy be given carethat Twenyfive years ago to day wife at W. H. Conover last Sun porting births, and deaths. The ful consideration. Dr., being called on to make out it snowed all day and it is snow- day. poultry and death certificates, days after the The Story that Booker T. ing to day, but there is lots of The low prices in Washington, the noted negro difference in the river. It was out eggs havenot discouraged the wo- burial, even when this should be educator, had attempted to per- - of its banks then and there'is men as there are more young the first thing done. N . 9 Bl x 1 iiilf We're long on Service not only in the Natural Shape'5 Flor- - Pa-.Mr- s. visi-duca- h, sheim shoes we Cockney sell but the care ful attention given to. fitting your feet. The zmhmm N" You get your money's worth in service the style and comfort of a Florsheim are a o. daily dividend of satisfaction. MOST STYLES. $5.00 c fflmzsE TTT SLy ;tfi sold Exclusively by i V i I RAissell & Co. 1S5 S,-.- ,v.- ,- v - t letter from dear old Adair, and 5 PERSONAL I had rath-- 1 esDeciallvl'Columbia. ' er live in Columbia than any place on the facp of the globe, Mr. H. T. Baksr was in Lebanon one but better wages caused me 10 day last week. Mr. G. F. Rexroat. of Eli, Russeli be here. County, was in Columbia Monday. Mr. R. Mont Eeese, formerly Judge H C. Baker was on a business of Columbia, Is foreman in the trip to Lebanon last week. Times office, and I am the only Mr Jas. Garnett, candidate for At- regular compositor. A young torney General, returned home Monday. man by the name of Ware helps Miss Rith Dowdy, of Greensburg, visited Miss Pearl Hindman last week. of evenings after school, and on Mr. W. B. Patterson, who is in the Saturday. revenue service, spent Saturday Somerset has as fine people as home. I ever met. Thel population is Miss Ina Hulse, who has been sick about 8,000. Thelworst thing I for two weeks, has very much improvhave seen is, she has 13 salotfns, ed. Messrs. R. T. Baker and Garnett but you rarely ever see a drunki r t ' t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i Jf 1 i h .av w ust a The Somerset Fair this year the two last days of the first two days of J September. Mr. W. L Walker and his daughter, A street carnival Miss Alice, left for the Cincinnati mark will be held here some time this et Monday morning. spring. If any of my Columbia Messrs E 0. Stone, W. R. Lyon, all friends come this way, would be Dan Hatcher and B. H. Gilpin, were here last week. travling men, glad to havejathem call on me at Mr. Jas. Clayton Bryant, a well known the Times office, which is located citizen of the Craycraf t country is lying on Maple Street. very low, not expected to live. With beat wishes to the News Mr. Ray Montgomery finished his ' years' work at Jthe State University, force and Columbia in general, I Lexington, and returned home last Fri- close, Respectfully, Mr. Fred McLean has been quite ill, at the home of his mother, for the past will be held week. August and J J Breeding were here from Amandaville Monday. en man. Black Hawk Corn buy no other Call on They will supply your wants day night. U I i k P-- f are having some fine weather at present. Mr. I. S. Taylor and Mrs. L. T Mr. J. C. Hill, of Henry County, 111 On the 28th there was an old Democratic candidate for Commissioner Bradshaw have each about recovMrs. Eliza Shuttles and little s. of Agriculture, addressed the voters of time log rolling at A, E. granddaughter, Frances May ered from a serious attack o f Adair County last Monday. There was a large crowd at-i- n Burdett, of Lebanon, have been Mrs. H. C. Wolford has received word pneumonia. attendance, and it served as a visiting Mrs. Shuttle's sister, that her sister, Mrs. J. H. Ferrell, who Eldridge Sanders who has lives near New Haven, is very low with reminder to the older ones pres Mrs. Charlie Sutfon, also her pulmonary trouble. Mrs. Wolford will been i n Missouri for several ent of the happy days of old, J niece, Mrs. Maud Sandusky, of visit her in a few days. months came home last week, when men gathered together to Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Richards of this Lenny Wilborn went to Cave enjoy the festivities on such occaplace, left for Wamego, Kansas, last Mr. John Breeding lost a nice they will spend several City a few bays ago intending sion. At the noon hour a bountiweek where milch cow one day last week. months. Mrs. Richards has been in poor to take up a permanent abode health for several months and this trip is but the country was so uninvit- ful repast was served a n d a t Misses Malinda and Lena made for her special benefit. dawn of night the guests repairing to him that he beat a hasty Mr. L. L. Frazier and wife, who ed to theis homes well pleased Dooley were visiting Mrs. Altie Burton last Thursday evening. have resided i n Columbia, for several and precipitous retreat bobbing with the events of the day. months, returned to their former home, up serenelv in Glensfork a few Mr. V. B. Smythe, wife and Pulaski, Tenn., the first of the week There were five traveling saleshours later. They made quite a number of friends man in our town one day last children, of near Columbia, were in this place. during their stay Miss Citv May Taylor was marvisiting their parents, Mrs. S. J. week. An evidence that there is Todd, who boarded at the ried to Mr. James Selby on the Mr. Henry Dooley, of this place, last TuesColumbia Hotel, was taken very ill last 23rd, Rev. G. R.Abrel officiating. something doing. day and Wednesday. week and Sunday afternoon he was reThe health of Mrs. Barger removed to the home of his brother, Mr. The bride is the youngest child Misses Malinda and Lena DooA. D. Todd. At this writing he is re- and the only dpughter of Mr. mains about the same. ley were in Columbia last Friported to be in a very critical condition Mr. Estus Barger is now pur- day. Henry Taylor of kthis place, the Mr. Frank Jackman and family will Sel- suing the happy life of a farmer. leave in the moning for Tampa, groom is a son of Mr. Fount Mr. Ed Poynter, who is very They are both That is a pleasant and healthful Fla.. their future home. Mr. Jackman by o f Esto. low with consumption, is no betis a fine citizen and has an interesting spendid young people and long and we hope Mr Barger will find ter, family, consisting of wife and several commend them life and much hapdiness for them pleasure in ic. sons and daughters. We Mrs. Rosa Sinclair was visiting to the people of the Southern home his the universal wish o f their Mrs. Altie Burton last Monday. where they will locate. Their departure Tarter. from this community where they have many friends. Mrs. Etta Burton and children lived for a number of years, is generalMrs. Minta Blair was the recip-ipie- We are having very cool weather ' were visiting her mother, Mrs. ly regretted. of the most elegant birth- and the wood houses are almost Sarah Burton, of near MaGaha, day dinner that has been spread empty. From Somerset. last Saturday night and Sunday. in this neighborhood i n many Otis Wolford, Geo. Brockman, days on the 26th ultt. This is Jack and Fred Robinson all left Miss Berch Burton, of WatMarch 26, 1911. son, spent last week with her Mrs. Blairs 69th birthday and for Illinois, a few days ago. Editor News: sister, Mrs. Anna Neat. Thinking that some of my the dinner came in the way of a T. W. Wheat was in Louisville Born, to the wife of Mr. J. F. friends might like to know where complete surprise to her. The last week. Neat, March the 29th, a son. I am, and how I am getting following individuals and family There are a great many cases Mother and baby are doing well. along, will say that I am conven- partook of this repast: Messrs of lagrippe in this community. Born, to the wife of Mr. Wesiently located at 126 Central Av- Irvin Loy, Joe Rosenbaum, Simon Mr. T. W. Montgomery and ley Burton, March the 13th, a enue. My wife and children ar- Taylor Austin Loy.Yonng Helm, son. rived here from Columbia. last A. Johnson and Masdames Ella daughter left last week for Indiana, the former on a The people in this neighborSunday, I having met them in Blair and Montra Rosenbaum. Campbellsville. I am working Elmore Wilkerson of the L. W. visib, the latter to join her hus- hood are all getting along nicely with their farming. for the Someraet Times, and like T. S. spent Saturday and Sun- band. "Old aunt" Elizabeth Wheat The school will be out my job fine. Mr. Cecil Williams day with his parents. at this was taken dangerously ill last place next Friday. is editor, and Mr. Clarence .Owensby. week, and not expected to live. Smith associate editor. Both are very fine gentlemen. Cray craft. Callie Stargell, who has been Rev James Sullivan filled his a long Business has been very dull regular appointment a t Moors confined to her bed for died since the strike began, but it is School house Saturday 'and Sun time with consumption, Mrs. John Combest celebrated settled now, and every thing will day. last week. Her interment was her birthday the 27th, with a get lively at once. Several in the Jerico cemetery. quilting and nice dinner, and Mr. M. L, Owens is all smiles "Scab" firemen, and one or two D. Tarter and John Shepherd, there was quite a crowd present. over the advent of a new Demguards were shot during the who have been attending school Mr. Leslie Shepherd has rewas not as bad as ocrat. strike, but it Springs this Winter, cently returned from the west. Mr. Estus Barger and wife at Russell the newspapers reported it to be. came home last week. Mr. U. M. Grider had his fareagreement was reached Sat visited at Garland Saturday and An Dunn-villMr. George Evans, of well singing on Sunday night, urday evening late, and you can Sunday, has rented a farm of Mr. March 19, at Concord, Ky., hear the whistles of freight and Mrs. Odia Kean visited friends Bill Hobson, and hastaken poss- which was a great success, and passenger at all hours now. We at Jamestown one day last week. was largely attended. Mr. Charley Edwards and wife ession. have fourteen passengers and as Mr. G. L. Blair traded a span There will be a singing school moved in their new "House last many freights per day. ' at Mt. Olive on Saturday, April of mules to Mr. Robinson, foi We get the News every Thurs- week. Mrs. M. D. Clayton and child- 1st, to continue for a short time, two nice mares. day morning and are very anxMrs. Myrtle Blair had a quilt ious to read it, 'for 'tis a welcome ren are. visiting her brother conducted by Prof. Coffey. We Wol-ford! Mr. Anderson Murrell, who has been in college afBerea, Ky.t returned home last Thursday night, to remain during the spring and summer. E. L. Feese. Glensfork. and sister at wppV Jamestown this ? Vester. s s' v i Mrs. Joe Clayton is in very poor health. 'Tr jp. tOtff i S&H -- F am& ". ill.M"5& rTXxz:.?a.r.ir33r.iTaL-- " m HNKH t a WEI If HK,'- w jp ! . Je Bit -- 3t "JN SL fpi :. - v ;r f: vMkN???C nt What Is It? Read And You Will See. Men who till the soil are crazy about it. ent Ideal Steel Harrow. is Adjustable Lever Attachment to open and close. Fi lis up, easy to overate and never wears out. Just the thing you are looking for. Give it a trial and be conviuced of its. merits. PRICE: 2 horse $7.50; 1 The Improved PatIt takes the rag off the bush. It horse $3.50. For sale only by J. ing last Wednesday evening. C. Eubank Cane Valley, Ky. X Ko-kom- o, Inventor and Patentee Bryant are cutting the timber on Mr and Mrs. J. O. Polley vis- the Valentine Bryant tract, purited the latter's uncle, Mr. J. C. chased a short time ago by Mr. Bryant, last Tuesday, who is Walker Bryant. Mr. William Dixon has his very sick. Mrs. Seppie Grider and Misses grist mill in operation now. and Mont, Mamie and Pauline Bry- will grind corn every Friday. Messrs. Avery and Ray Blair ant, were calling at Mr. Harvey's, last Tuesday afternoon. have gone into the goat bus-Messrs Crannel, Mack and Go- - iness. They bought one goaf bel Grider, were visiting at Mr. from Miss Cora Bryant for $4r and now their flock numbers Lige Bryant's last Tuesday. three head instead of one. There is a new girl at James ! e, Gooden's. Mrs. Ellen Blair is on the sick list this week. Mr. Upton M. Grider left for the city of Louisville, March the 20th. 1 FOXES WANTED. Grey and Red Foxes Squirrels Coons if. And Express. Send ft namoor your express office In Vjrs Q W. T. HODGE.V. Box 233 . J2.00toii50 30 to VX) 75 to l.S letter. CampbellsvilJ( Messrs. Mont, James and Pete Ky J i l 7?- -r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS FOR FARMERS. each side or the rows, will help iUlilUiUitiiiiilUiiiUilliUllUlilllUliUilliUiUllilliilllUlliil House.' If that will not effect them and pay well in securing the desired result, then I would A hen oi good breed ceases more, better and earlier heads. He Announces for the Repub favor an amendment to the Con- Days or as Long as lican nomination for Governor, stitution placing in the hands of work in laying time only when Do not however use this appli- - 3 cation too earley as it make ten- - 3 We give, for the benefit of the the people the initiative and re- - oufc of condition. Stock Lasts reading public, measures for ferendum in legislation of a gen-- . What's the use of growing fruifj der growth easily injured by hich he says he will stand: eral character involving a set- - for the worms? 'Better buy a .frost. Strawberry beds should bei "I favor immediate redistrict- - tling policy and the recall of good spray pump. - public officials. 5ng of the Senatorial and ReFresh straw to work in makes cultivated as soon as the weather i At the Following Prices inresentative districts in accor-- . "For the same reason I favor the little chicks just as happy as begins to be warm. This willj-- S Mitchell 2 Gears Only $40 00 encourage growth and blooming. fiance with the Constitution. the election of United States it does the older birds. " Milburn 3- Section 33.) $42 50 Senators by popular vote. For The grape is one of the surest! If the growth i s not strong and "Now as never before, educa the same reason, among others, bearers, as it fruits on new wood. healthy apply a mixture of 200 " " Milburn 31 $45 00 tion and training of youth are j favor the nomination of all If some are killed it puts out fresh pounds of nitrate of soda 500 Us Woven Wire Fence necessary if this State is to hold', State 0fficers and' by all parties wood and bears grapes. pounds of arid posphate and 300 its own in competition with other by a compulsory primary election Shady runs are good for hens!P0Unds muriate of phosphate of We need better schools, onIy conducted by the State at . States. in hot weather; but iook out that which use 400 or 500 Per acre. more of them, more children in public expense and by public they are not damp! That makeslWork tbis into the soil bein 13 Guaranteed the Best Wire and ' r ' careful not to put it: int0 the foli attendance. The high school officials, instead of, as now 20 Better Galvanized than them unhealthful. age of the plants or it will burn 2 be available to every com mitted, by primaries conducted u u tp ixr SE j u- i any other Fence. munity and each county should by party committees under , them. ., .. tney run.witn otner poultry tney at least one modern efficient ditions prohibitive of a poor are apt to get lousy before you Make small sowings of lettuce manual training school. radishes and other salid plants man's running for a State office are thinking about it. 26 in 7 Bars Regular Standard Farm Fence 18c The Rod E "We must, educate, educate, before the public. in proctected locations or where :rsi 32 " 8- " " " " " 221c " " 2 If you have to keep the hens educate! g they can be covered wit' brush 5 on taking the manage' "I favor 9- shut up, feed good, fresh, clean WOULD HAVE WOMEN VOTE'. or mats in case of severe weathment of the State prisons out of ' ' 28 1 " " " " 48 " 10 " favor exended suffrage in politics improving both the food and plenty of grass, lettuce er. "I Barbed Wire Small 80 rod Spools $1 70 " Spool r clover and such things. school elctions to women. prisons and politics. And I favor " Large 80 " " $2 50 " " iViedica! Society. "Tax revision is demanded by a stringent corrupt practices act Lice breed fast when the vveath We are offering $5 000 00 worth of new Up er gets warm. Houses that have the business interests of the ttiat will safeguard elections." been occupied by broody hem, Russell County Medical Society will State, and should be accorded todate Clothing at 25 Off Lowest Cash Ed O'Rear. meet Apiil the 10th, promptly at 9 will need close looking after now. public-spirite- d men, con Able and Prices. No fixed up prices and no dark o'clock a m., in the parlors of the Holt Columbia District, Third Round. When planting large, flat seeds Hotel, .lamestown, Ky., with the fol stituting a tax commission re Closet Sale. set them in the ground edgewise. lowing program: ported to the last Legislature 1 Reading of the Vital Statistic Law. We offer $4 000 00 Worth of New Clean Shoes at Jamestown, Jamestown April Germination is more certain an amendment to L. D. Hammond. 20 per cent off Lowest Cash Prices the Constitution, proposing that 12. Rotate crops. That is, do not Reading of Medical Practice Law, Monticello, Mill Springs, April John D. Combest. We have a few Thousand Pounds of the BEST one class of property be taxed plant the same kind of vegetables Reading of Dental, Drugs and Phar8- -9. PATENT FLOUR any Mill Ever Made that we for county purposes, another tor in the same spot year after yeay. macy Law, W. D. G. Flanagan. Mt Pleasant, West Monticello, All are expected to be present will sell at 70c, 24 lb bag, or $5 50 the Barrel city and the remainder for State Forget that potatoes were ever promptly at 9 oclock not 10 or 11, but April 1112. HoglessLard 50 lbs $5 00 purposes.,. Whether the plan planted in hills; level cultivation 9. Russell Springs, Mt Oliver, Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs $6 25 All the Physicians, Druggists, proffered would sustain each de is much better. Plant the tubers April 1516. and every Registrar Dentists, partment of the Government We are offering Dry Goods at Remarkably in deep furrows. and and the Coroner of Burkesville, Grider,., April 22 should have immediate and care county and his Deputies. In fact Low Prices. Do not let the brood sows that the every body is earnestly solicited to be 23. f ul consideration. to farrow in the spring become present. The Medical Society of a We will Discount the lowest Cash Prices 10 per cent Bear Creek, Goose Creek,April ""If it would, then the amendment county is a public meeting for the gooa too fat. Keep them thrifty and on the following lines. . of all, and all are welcome to come and r3 ought to be submitted to the peo- 25. encourage exercise. Manure Spreaders, Mowing Machines, Cultivators, Walking take a part, regardless of age, sex, r3 Peytonsburg, Spears chapel ple for action in the meantime, I idiosyncracies, or present or past condi- rZS and Riding Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Plows. Disc Harrows, An bid straw stack is an atthink it possible under our exist- April 27. tions of servitude. ZCX Clod Crushers and Pulverizers, Buggies and Surreys. traction to the hogs on a cold The weather and roads being good at April 29 Renox, Providence, ing system to readjust the burnight, but such a sleeping place this season of the year, we would not den of taxation so as to raise all 30. Woodson Lewis, y. is bad for hogs. It breeds vermin. be surprised to see- the'j able and effClinton, Five Springs, May 6 icient Health office- of Adair and Santhe revenue required at about Correspondence Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Neglected fruit trees are not itary Inspector, Dr. U L. Taylor, 5 one-hathe present rate. The 7. J: present, also the Vice President of the worth they occupy; and when Rutsell Springs Medical Society, Albany, Maupin, May 10. heaviest tax the State now pays Dr. SnnnrnmmnnnmiiimmmnimfflnjmninnmnmmfflS d they are a positive Sam Taylor, The Counselor of the 7th Glensfork, Creelsboro, May 13 is in bad roads. The people re-- ! Medical District, L. F. Hammond. menace to the neighborhood. ceatly adopted a good roads Let bvery body get busy and attend here suspicious characters were Program . Oyster shells ground fine are the society this year. amendment to the Constitution. ' Campbellsville Cir., Roachville seen around town Tuesday. At 3. favor putting it into effect, so May 20-- 21. excellent for supplying lime. A If all the parents, preachers, and Of Fifth Sunday meeting of 2 0,clock WednesdavwnornfnB. school teachers would attend and take an Thurlow, Lady's chapel, May pound of shells contains enough more interest in our societies, there Second North Concord associotion that each county may be explosion was heard by several 23. ed with good roads. lime to thoroughly coat seven would be less sickness of all kinds. q qq held with Free Union YY111 nmilrl innn hp nhl persons which was followed by tr rnf nut orn Greensburg, Hodges chapel, dozen eggs. LIQUOR TKAFFIC church on Saturday and Sunday a second in about sumption, typhoid etc. Thess meet- fifteen minutes "The regulation of the liquor May 24. To sell the calves is to hand ings ar not for the doctors only, they 29 and 30 of April, 1911. Both the outer and inner doors -Spurlington and Early, Poplar over to the butchers all your are to tell the people how to do to keen trafic has been upon the public 1. Devotional exercises, 10 a. of the safe were blown from being sick. . off and mind in Kentucky for many Grove, May 25. profit. Castorate the bulls and Now if Dr. Taylor is present, or oth- m into many pieces. Postmaster W. er of our doctors, they might tell you .years. The Constitution of 1891 Wesley chapel, raise every one to Mannsville, 2. Our association and its a. Waters says that about $100 to sleep where there is plenty of fresh required the Legislature to pro- - May 2728. turning your grass and crops to air, take lots of out door exercise, needs, J. S. Wade and Aaron in money and $400 in stamps Campbellsville station, May 28 profit. vide for submitting the question manuel work, take a bath once to Wilson. was taken. The registered mail ' three times per week, eat moderate, to the people of each community, 29. 3. Denominational The profit in poultry raising wash your feet from 5 to 12 times per literature, was not disturbed at all. After . so that it would be possible for Casey Creek, Pellyton, June 3 for market lies in hatching early week owing to the oder they have. M. T. Grime and J. M. Williams. accomplishing their purpose the each county to vote as an ex- -- 4. Wear high heeled shoes, pushing the chickens foward as might recommend that some etc. us They 4. The Bible plan of forgiving men walked out of town and have of take clusive unit on the question of Columbia, June 10 11. rapidly as possibly, and market- a few bottles of Dr. Filander one another, C. L. Bradley and not since been heard of." prohibiting the sale of liquor. Cane Valley, June, 1112. Four Horse Power Lung Healing ing them early in the season. W. P. J. Wilson. Balsomic. It will feed the hungry, That has never been complied, Grady ville, June, 17-- 18. The Making of Money. It will not do to allow ducks to clothe the naked, and give common SUNDAY MORNING 10 O'LOCK. with except as to counties having Temple Hill, June, 20-- 21. 1, Bible sanctification and modshare the common lotpf poultry sense to the fools. This is a wonderful Truly some men apparently cities not larger than the fifth Tompkinsville, June, 22. medicine when needed and properly in general; not that they require taken. ern sanctification compared, J.O. cannot help making money. They class. It is a provision for home j West Tompkinsville, June,24 more attention, but rather a Hope all will be present and take a Sutherland and C. L. Bradley. by popular vote. I favor 25. are gifted with a sort of second rule, ,L B. SchoII, part. different manner of handling and ' 2. flow to secure better" discip- sight which ihows Sect. & Treas. extending the statute law so as them the valThe District Conference will be feeding. line in our churches, J. R. Gri- ue of investments and the opento comply with the Constitution held at Russell Springs June Round Up. The best breed of livestock is der and E. G. Wilson. ings for capital. Until some stat- a uniform county unit. That .9.1911. The first day will be is the plank of the last Republi- -' taken for the work of the Sun- - the breed that you like best and Jack? Why he's one of the 3. How to develop a greater ute or other influence stops them such men will continue to roll un .can State platform. An amend- - rJnu QnVmnl anrl TTImirnrfVi T.oarrno the one most likely to be profit- best boys under the sun. K fa interest in Sunday school work, J able under your conditions. Select jment to the Constitution on this conference. Yes but you ought to see him M. T. Grime, J.O. Sutherland vast fortunes. Others will be j i oreeaing scock irom mis oreea when the stars are out subject is not demanded. Let all local preachers read the made lucky by chance. No imand J. S. Wade. and dispense with scrub animals The DISAPPROVES "THIRD HOUSE." did not law regarding their attendance portant signs appear as yet of The only ear of corn ever "The balance of power between seem to worry you. Have you at the district conference and jfche public and those interests any restrictions upon the making known to contain an odd numhad any previous experience? govern themselves accordingly. Burglars Secure $500. that serve it has been unsettled ber of rows of grain has been of great fortunes. And when Client Six children. I especially request that al .by the great and rapid accumulafound by the Department of AgThe Springfield News Leader such wealth is expended upon who love God pray daily for the louis? A Lend you twenty-fiv- e tion of wealth and its concentris on exhibition at riculture, and gives this account of the robbing good objects like that presence of the Holy Spirit. The Andrew pretty idea! And suppose you by means of combinations ation the corn show at Terre Haute, of the post office in that city. Carneige, John H. Convers, John committee are as follows: to die -and the modern inventions of Indiana. According to C. P. Hart'"Burglar, early Wednesday S. Kennedy, and many others, it Sir you insult me. I may be morning, forced Waimw ' ley, the corn expert of the bureau the front door uuauieaa am uuuis lvtr srr uu a. gigantic Johnson R- - T- - McConnell. poor but at least I'm honest. scale. Wealth is now exercising of the post office and after enter is hard to condemn it. of plant industry. Undoubtedly it is the duty of nrp nmvpr in Was your chafing party a suc ing proceeded to blow open the fW Admission, B. M. Currie, R. L. Talley, J. P. Van Hey. Garden Hints. cess. - the people, because of its impro safe which was soon accomplish- every man to put forth his best H. Walker, D. T. Orders. J. per influence uponlegislation. Great! We spoiled all the food ed by the use of nitro glycerine. efforts to make not only a good G. W. Pangburn. Fall set cabbage should be cul- earley in the evening and tljen The safe was a large one with living for his family, but to proIts principal agency of influence Tarter, T. L. Hulse, P. E. tivated as soon as they begin to we went to a resauraut. double doors and double lock and vide ade'quately against the le grow. A top dressing of nitrate igui Kentucky as the, Third House. ' supposed to be burglar proof. It mutations of fortune and Foe Sale: One six year jold com- of soda at the rate of 150 or 200 I have a nice five room cottage for took two explosions to enter the the disabilities of sickness and old To restore the equilibrium, I bined Bed Bird horse. Wgwld trade rent, ' 5 . pounds to' theacre sowed down tf. Dr. W. F. Cartwright. safe. According to several parties age.The Christian Herald ivor abolishing the Third for cattle. Call on;The NeWl: U . - JUDGE O'REAR. ... ! j3 I -- . '3 One Car Load Of Wag onsl : ; 3 3 j ! j j ( j Ten Thousand Uods e g Note Prices per-shou- ld " j j 3 4. 4.1 j ' -- ; 'q" - ! Mid-wive- s, r, 3 I Greensburg, lf i 9-- I pest-infeste- -- I , , , J two-years-ol- d, j j j Does-tick- 's t 6-f- or , i 1 ii ii ! . cross-examanati- on , to-morr- ow. 1.2 i -- ! y pos-sid- v- -a lriE ADAIR COUNL NEWS 7 .8 THE LOIIISVILL TIMES FOR 1911 FsimAiici I f 1111111 . Br i ur Annual Cataloi This book will prove a valuable guide to the home furnisher, as the faithful illustrations of Is ready for distribution. INTO ' f" DUKE OF ADAIR" 4600 : -- - Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums make it Possibe do Your Shopping at Home : to : 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 ' BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER ffubbuch 4 Bros. & Wellcndorff, Incorperaled the;regular price of 522 and 525 West Market St. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES as, Louisville, Kentucky. $5.0 . rr ii -- 3KX(: ,& 48 &$Hr Set US If YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER IPO A Mi zl &i Ida h. P ArifAIi k M -- TO US, YOU CAN GET High-Grad- e Marble lini yu Granite before boy T E ADAIR COUNTY NEWS A' Cemetery work of all kind.... Represented by 0. G. Jeffries in this and adjoining counties I AND 5 Main Street, Lebanon, Ky- - THE LOUISViLEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR of DUKE OF ADAIR, made two weeks ago. This fine young Saddle and Harness Stallion will make the season of 1911 at my barn one mile north of Montpelier, on Russells Creek, at $10.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or sold. DUKE has proven him Thisis a true photo $ &&&&&&&$&& The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al ! self to be a wonderful breeder. DESCRIPTION AND iicuj PEDIGREE-Du- ke o.i.m j tuiu nt mit isuyiw oiiu utuuii. i". by Cabell's Lexington 3234, he by Grits Black Hawk. Red Bird's 1st. dam LizaGriffin, she by Bailey's THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is Dexter, he by Cabell's Lexington. Duke's 1st dam Maud Bailey 7862, she by Hubbies On Time, he by the best afternoon paper printed Stonewall Jackson, 2nd dam Black Kate, she by Red Squirrel 53, he by Black Squirrel 58. v.w w FOR 0NLY:$4.50. is 5 years old 16J hands high, dark brown or black, I "o j.u, Both One Year for $1.50. uy VOUCH 3 JUC OIUWll XVOO, UC LAXATIVE SENT FREE TO TRi Tt 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. anywhere. . Has the best corps of corres-pondent- s. Covers the Kentucky field per- fectly. Covers the general news field completely. This fine young Jack will make the season of 1911 at the same place at $5.00 to insure a living colt. Echo is a fine breeder, 14 hands high, heavy body and bone, and good head and ear. All care will be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. ECHO Has the best and fullest kets reports. mar- EPPERSON. lYiontpelier, Ky. found: she lives in New York Abe Martin sketches will give us TE ROUNDUP. and her husband recently testi- - a diagram by which we may find Even a high flyer isn't always fied she "allowed him one night a the fellow's face we'll forgive above suspicion. him a lot of his humor. week out." Hoot, Mon! Who'd ever thought ; Alanta (Ga.) is always able to And occasionaly a woman's to see Andy Carngie tangled up give a good reason for anything wisdom is only skin deep. in finances with a Jew who happening in her baliwick. One Many a man is able to buy an schemed successfully to defraud of her police justices says the automobile because he doesn't. other folks? reason blind tigers flourish there It pollutes a lot of atmosphere Augusta, Ga., had a case of is because the city hasn't every time a grievance is aired. double inflation; John D. Rocke- enough money to wipe them out. It is stated that four Americans feller and President Taf t were Some of these political line-up- s are to be engaged at once as both "in their midst" at the same begin to resemble boarding house agricultural experiment experts time. hash, and they'll prove just asj by the government of the "three and wholesome to the body politic. With the Mexican foot-rac- e eastern provinces" of China. target practice on our minds, we Russia and China are making Honolulu is the only city in pause to wonder if Mr. Hobson's faces at each other; Germany Hawaii with a street railway. Japs will sieze the opportunity to showing signs of uneasiness and This is the twenty-tw- o mile single verify Mr. Hobson's fears. Hobson still yelling about the U. track electric line of the Honolu Even St. Patrick's Day has im- S. danger from Japan makes lu Rapid Transit & Land Co. In proved: "Tay Pay" O'Conner one wonder who swiped that 1900 it carried 8,269,592 passensays this last is the best he ever Peace Fund Andy Carnegie do- gers. saw; probably the rows in nated. A woman laughs at love only Britian's Parliament were what Some folks take pleasure in all when she is afraid of it. improved the day. sorts of gruesome sights and the It's usally a great bore for the Boston regards with favor the fact of a maniac having strangled burglar if the safe is locked. stunt of "draping" all undraped a visitor in an insane asylum at Fair exchange is no robbery, statuary: well, if the statuary is Trenton, N. J., may deter other but usually one of the parties all on the lines of the average picnictrs to like places, for get struck. Bostonian, we don't wonder. awhile. Occasionally a man visits his It takes a lot of philosophy to understand why a man who was The cabbage root maggot is a wife's relations if he has no-wWp a tn n rich, healthy arid who had lived common and destructive cabbage Ten years ag0 the tofcal nun eighty-fou- r years old, should pest. The adult of this maggot ber of passengers carried one commit suicide. Happened in New is a fly. The fly deposits the small mile in the United States was York. In ten It's going to be a great risk white eggs in the earth crevices about 13,300,000,000. after awhile to meddle with Un- around the plant early in the years' time this has increased over 120 per cent, reaching a cle Sam's real estate. Nine men spring and the maggots hatching a total of 29,500,000,000. are under indictment in Chicago from them burrow into the root. Mrs. Emma M. Nakuina is a for trying to swipe some coal Plants attacked by these mag- Water Rights Commissioner ungots usually suddenly wilt, and der the territoral government in lands in Alaska. If the chap who draws the if pulled up, most probably the Hawaii. Mrs. Nakuina is an illustrations for Kin Hubbard's. white maggots will be found. American woman,, granddaugh i j : i DEMOCRATIC in politics, but 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 thou- sands of mothers who use it them-- t selves and give it to their children favorite druggist. would take too much space to menFor the free sample address Dr. W. tion. The reason they prefer Syrup Pep- C. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building-sin is that it is a mild, gentle laxa Monti.cello, 111. . that does not gripeeffectand yet so mild that babies can take it. Its tonic ingredients invigorate the body and strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles so that they again do their work naturall-- . 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 anr 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 doinsj and buy it in the regular way of yor tive-ton- ic ive fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP- TION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPER not to The Louisville Times. All Sorts. up! Strawberries and baseball will soon be here! New York's encore of the exCheer pressmen's strike of last winter isn't so timely planned as the first Laura Jean says a husband is a woman's best friend but the divorce courts tell a different story. ! Next to the pictured drama of "the Mexican War" we dread the influx of songs of s& order. Poor Carrie Nation has smashshe is reed her last ported dying in a sanitarium at Leavenworth, Kansas. Reuff, the San Francisco political boss, goes to prison for fourteen years, but Lorimer, the Chicago politician, mingles with a higher and freer class of criminals in the U. S. Senate. "By and'Iarge " we're usually chock full of the milk of human indness, but we can't ever grow !rSbby over women who murder hence, the ?. their own offspring; twenty-yea- r sentence for that woman in New York state who murdered her little son so that she might marry again, looks r jutet about right to 'us. The nicest woman has been bar-room: mroper feeding stuffs. The butter fat content of milk is largely mighty an individual characteristicvary-ing onsatisfactory prophet;" said of course, with the season Uncle Ebep. "If he do seen his of the year and the length of shadow, it's gwinter be bad time the cow has been milked which is the slightest "De groundhog is a Tit-Bit- Capt. Metcalf of the Elean - weather; an' if he don't see it, it's bad weather already. or. She lives in Kalihi. gold in the Unit Washington Star, Production Do you think I could keep the-oed States in 1910 fell below that the record output in 1909, The wolf from the door by my was due to decreased ing?" asked the musical man. production in Alaska. Colorada a s practised by; and South Dakota In other states some people mans thut they the output showed an increase, 'deny themselves nothing. How do you like the new oat-- , The Island of Margarita, o meal soap?" inquired the barber' the north coast of and belonging-wieldinthe lather brush with . ho Venezuela, has a population "Seems t f 6P,000 who subsist principally extradinary freedom. nourishing," the customer re-- 1 by its pearl and ocher fisheries, plied with a sputter, but I've had Here js a Portuguese bull. la my breakfast.' offering a reward for the reeov- Optimist Yes, sir, if you'll ery of the corpse of a drowned drink buttermilk three times a man his relatives remarked that day you'll live ten years longer, the deceased might be identified Pessimist But what's the use if found by a slight impediment of living ten years longer if have in his speech. to drink buttermilk three times Saved His Mother's Life. "Four had given me up," writes day. Judge. a Gaines, of Avoca, La., "and my "Binks used to daft on the; children and all my friends were looksubject of buried treasure. What's ing for me to die, when my son insisted that I use Electric Bitters. I did so, and he up to now?" they have done me a world of erood. I "He's got UP an expedition to will always praise them." Electric Bit- Asia Minor to try to find the!tersisa P"ceiess blessing to women troubled with fainting and dizzy spells, place where Methuslah Stored backache, headache, weakness, debili- constipation or kidney disorders. Use his birthday presents." them and gain new health, strength and Mrs. JSIewlywed iseiore we: vigor. They're guaranteed to satisfy or were married j ou said that my money retunded. Only 5.0c at PaullDmg. Co. . slightest wish should be your law. The fact has been conclusrsjr Mr. Newlywed Exactly, my proven that it is practically imlove, but have so many vigorous possible to feed butter fat mto and well developed wishes that I milk when the cows are already ' am as yet unable to decide as to receiving a good full ration of ter ( i f I sing-decrea- se j ! Self-denia- l, g ; I ! J i j Mrs-Lau- rr ... ! j s. U H (f- . 8 Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS life of a soldier boy. We only, giMiMUUlUttittUtUUUiiUlUttHilUUlittiUMMMittUitttlO wish you a long ana happy lite rg bw Jt sSOn&r TmK9L Jt-fr'Plenty of "snow and rain last and that you may live to see the Z of your allotted time :2 expiration week. ' service and land safe in Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Winters in the Gradyville, and take charge are now keeping nouse in our old ot Uncle Sam's affair again from city. that place to the good old town Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Bell have of Edmonton, and be the same moved to their farm near Nell. boy you was in days gone by. Mr. and Mrs. J. gF. Pendleton's Success to you Jo K. son is very sickgwith pneumonia sfftT'y Russell Springs. fever at this date. 'l. ni.. v rJV& Rev. W. H. G. Sandidge of Mrs. Ara Wilson's condition Greensburg, filled his appointment at Union last Saturday and continues about the same. Miss Ida Miller, N. Y. City, arSunday with very interesting This noted Saddle Stallion will make the present season rived Wednesday to vi&it several sermons. at Gradyville, Ky., and will serve mares at the low weeks with her sister, Mrs. price of $15.00 to insure a mare with foal. Jordan is in Rev. Panaburn was on the Stanton, fine shape, looks like a colt. He is so well known that sick list for a few days of lastArthur he needs no introduction to the public. He is known week, but we are glad to repoit! Rena B. Stephens, who has from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean. Jordan has that he has about recovered at been ill, is able to be out again, sired from 50 to 100 colts every year for 14 years, and R. S. Basket ball team played this time. most all of them haye been sold from weanlings to at from $100 to $2,000. There has been a Remember the singing at this Monticello Saturday night, goodly number of them sold from 500 to $1,000. There We are certainly glad to read place conducted by Prof. Cabbell has been over One Hundred Thousand Dollars paid to the Marrowbone letter but failed will begin Saturday night. the people of Adair and joining counties for this horse' s Please don't forget about Sun- to recognize the writer. Come colts. day school at union every Sun- again Marrowbone and talk with I will also stand NOBLE PEACOCK, a son of day morning at 9 o'clock. Every old friends. Jordan Peacock, on the same terms as Jordan Peacock F. L Wilson is in the city this body is invited to attend. NOBLE is a very fine young horse. He was shown in two rings at the Columbia Fair, last year and won each Nell Bros, are receiving a con- week. time. There were 8 entries in one ring and Noble won Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Phelps siderable amount of tobacco at the blue tie. His first dam was by Artist Jewel, 2nd were here one day this week. this time at fair prices. dam by Cromwell Denmark, 3rd dam by Artist 75. Messrs. Ray Flowers and P. V. We are glad to .see Mr. Phelps so From the above breeding you will see there is no better improved in health. bred one living than NOBLE PEACOCK. Grissom, of Golumbia, were I will also stand 2 fine Jacks, HIGHWAY and Miss Sallie McLendon has been shaking hands with our business BLACK DIAMOND at $10.00 to insure a mare with obliged to give up school work on men last Friday. foal. Highway's colt won the blue at the Columbia Messrs. Baker & Morrison of account of eye trouble and re Fair last year, and several of them sold for $100 at Columbia, are moviug along nice- turned home Sunday. weaning time. These are the best Jacks that I have aban-que- t ly with their timber business at The Odd Fellows gave ever seen in Adior County. Saturday night and it was a this place. BLACK DIAMOND is under 3 years old. Every one that has looked at him say that he is the best one Messrs. Will Lyon and Ed grand affair. they have ever seen. n commercial Stone, Mrs. A. Isbell is quite sick. Money due in all cases when the mare is traded men, were in our midst last week CoMr. Jas. Montgomery of (Plug mares will not or moved from the neighborhood. with a full line of tobacco and lumbia was in our town Wednesbe bred to this stock.) groceries, and as usual did a day,Feed at 25 cents per day or pasture after April route from Jamestown to good business. 20th at 50 cents per week. Columbia. Respectfully, Messrs. Will and Ed Diddle Mr. Arthur Stanton made a W. L. Grady. were at Greensburg and Summer-villcrip to Columbia Wednesday. one day last week on bnsi After a visit of several weeks oHWWwnflmmmnimnwHNfflmmmfflmHimmmmo ness. Died, on the 26th with a com- with her aunt, Miss Josie Dock-ar- y has returned to her home at plication of diseases, Mr. J. B. Cragg, age about 68 years. He Jamestown. - wm$$$$ mm 1 X4X4X4X4XX4X4X4i m, WASH m . i $& vl- .v 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. $ cxxxKe j J j Columns! t5x Pi Rnj ? m IS A xLrftfi Mr. Builder did you know that we have the best solid and bored Poplar Colonial Columns on the market? WeTmanufacture these Columns exclusively, and can furnish any size any time Special discount to dealers. Write for prices and try us for service. &S iJ-?- i -- jn 3j COLUMBIA COLUMN CO. Columbia, Ky. Life. well-know- FERTILIZERS We have on hand a large 3tock of "GROVES 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 are without an equal. Call and examine our goods and the analysis and get our prioes before makinf your purchases' for the spring crops. e $ V was a christian man and lived up Marrowbone. to his profession and whem the summons came he was ready. Miss Eva Lee Hastes, after We must say here that our two weeks visit with her aunt, farmers have made good use of Mrs. Ola Norris, returned to her the good weather that we had home at WTillow Shade- Tuesday. during the past week and a great Miss Ella Butler visited Miss many of them are through breakBertie Furgerson of Willowshade ing corn and tobacco ground Our wheat crop is looking reason- Thursday. Misses Bertha Davis 'and Eva ably well for this season of the V amk B year, and the tobacco plants of Gray, were the guest of Misses 1 a great many bedsjthat were sown Maymie and Bessie Alexander have come up and the prospects Monday night. This fine Coach Horse will make the season of 1911 at .at the present is good for plenty Mr. A. J. Gray, O. A. Beck and J. C. Browning's barn, near Milltown, and will be perof plants. Burksville Davis Butler, were in mitted to serve mares at the low sum of $10.00 to insure Mrs. Hill and her assistant, a living colt. ARWED is a fine breeder, and has some Friday. "Miss Bragg, opening of hats of the best colts in Adair County. When a mare is Atty. L. L. Cary of Cloyds .brought a large crowd of ladies known to be in foal and is traded or sold, the season Landing made a business trip to must be paid. to our town last Saturday, and their display was very beautiful. this place Wednesday. as fine a Jack as there is in this section, will make the Misses Lena and Emma Mrs. Eugene Nell is spending season at same place and will serve mares at $6.00 to inspent Friday night with this week with re latives at Edsure a living colt. He is well known as a breeder and Miss Dessie Spear and Saturday monton. needs no boosting. We want to say to our friend with Miss Allen Pace, and SatJ. C. Browning. Jo K. Sparks, that we regret urday night with Misses Carrie very much right at this particu- and Gladys Taylor. lar time to" say to him that myMiss Velma Baker was at this Charlie, can place shopping Saturday. self nor his brother ville last week, purchasing his Casey Creek. not furnish him with the materSpring stock of goods. Miss Ella Butler visited Misses ial wanted, but if the March Mrs. "Mary Hendrickson, of Bertha, Venta and Bulah Davis Mr. W. O. Hendrickson and cold wind continues snows and Clementsville, was visiting her Saturday. little daughter, Miss Irene, were much longer, feed scarce, we daughter, Mrs. Nora Burress, Miss Lena Davis left Monday at this place Saturday. - certainly can furnish all the from Saturday until Monday. LaFayette, Ind., to make her Mr. Robert Caskey, a student Mr. C. B. Mayes died at her Jiorse and mule hides he wants, for of L. W. T. S., was visiting at home at this plase the 22nd. provided he will pay the express home at that place. Mr. S. S. Goode's from Friday She leaves four children three on same. Now Jo, just come Miss Susie Beck lost her valuntil Monday. down to the truth in the case we uable driving horse last week. daughters and onq son. Mrs. are satisfied from the tone of Mr. O. A. Beck sold a fine Messrs. W. R. Lyon and Ed Mayes has lived here for twenty-fou- r calling on our,; meryour spicy letter in the News, mule to Mr. Clay years, and was regarded a Parrish of Stone were ' goodl woman by all her neighbors. that youwould enjoy living back Burksville last Friday for $200. chants the 29th. jar, at old Gradyville, and on the Clay Parrish bought a mule 'Mr. C. D. Collins is on the' sick' SheXwas'a member of the Christ-ia- n church, and the children sweet streams of old big creek from Davis Butler Monday and list, and has rbeen for several have the deepest sympathy .of playing hide and seek much bet- sold the same mule to Shelby weeks. community. ter than you are enjoying the and Ross Thursday. Mr. S. S. Goode was in Louis this - ARWED JONES, COFFEY & SON. COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS' THE FARMERS INSURANCE been thoroughly demonstraed by Thousands of Farmers who have made Field Tests with High Grade FERTILIZERS, such as are Manufactured by THE AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL COMPANY, of Cincinnati, O., that the Farmer can, to a very great extent, INSURE his crop to be of the very BEST QUALITY, and the Yield Perfectly satisfactorily, to pay him for all Labor Seed and Fertilizers Applied. Dear Farmer Friends, .we have arranged with some of the most Reliable Dealers in your County, to handle our goods, and you will certainly make no mistake by using the OLD RELIABLE BOWKER or HOMESTEAD and HORSE SHOE BRAND, or any Brand that is manufactured by the A. A. C. Co.; these goods are Manufactured from the very best Materials Obtainable, and they are brought up to the highest state of availability, and they are always in Perfect Mechanical condition. For further particulars and prices see our Local Agents, or write $ It has -- Pal-mo- re &&&&&&$$ $fefe4fe$$$ W. M. LOWERY, Gen'l Agt. Science Hill, Ky. S. N. HANCOCK WATCH MAKER and JEWELER "i OPTICIAN My Work is all Guaranteed ,,Vi to Give Perfect Satisfaction Office in ' 5 1 4 ' J. N. PAGE'S Dn ffJLW Sfrr iV n. ) ' '"'.I v ! k1 ' pm .'' ' - jmJL VI a,,- - ift.Q8MHv4HHIBKaHHHHEHfiAJttKiai m. 2 ' nuj !?& r guakdf