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MODERN WOODMAN t.;' - - The Fiscal Court of Adair County was ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, BANQUET. A representative of the News was in KENTUCKY. two of last in session fiveidays of last week, and in this Commonwealth, will be made in Campbellsville a day or week. He learned from several differ again put itself on record as an enter- Farmers Bank of Cane Valley, Plff the Aeroplane. VS agreed to build prising body of men. ( Fittingly Ceiebrate the First AnnEld. J. W. McGarvey, Jr., Drops From it candidates will do .their ent sources that the business houses an iron bridge across ItGreen river at T I. and Bessie Smith, Dfts. speaking by means of the megaphone, which were recently destroyed on Main By virtue of a Judgment and Order 's iversary of the Organization Dead at Dryesburg, and from it will they distribute their street, would soon be rebuilt, much Neatsville, the site selected where of Sale of Adair Ciruuit Court, renderspring is located and known as of Their Local Camp. better buildings to take the places of literature. ed at the January Term, thereof, 1911, They will, as it were, speak from on the old ones. There is also a great the upper ford. The bridge will cost in the above cause, for the sum of deal of talk in regard to another hotel between four and fiye thousand dollars, seven hundred and fifty-eighigh. dollars twelve-hundre- d and fifty dollars of this That the local camp of Modern Most of them seem to fear heights being erected. Dr. R. A. Sanders, with the interest at the'rate of six per "FORMER PASTOR OF THE CHURCH HERE is becoming more and more a amount being subscribed by peodle who i now, but braving altitudes will be who lost his office by the fire, has project to go cent, per annum :i from the 18ch . day of i in Columbia's progressive strides for . come popular and the order of the day. moved his place of business . to rooms were anxious for the :j -i mo .uaijr inn uutii paiu.auucuataoo, ir jarger and bette thjngg must be ap ii, next enterance above T. E. Hoskins' through. County Attorney Gordon Mont- ucieiii, Risking altitudes will seem better i snail pruceeu iu ouer iur saie parent to the citizen not purblind" with This entire town was shocked last store, and is on the ground floor, and gomery was appointed Commissioner as at the Court-hous- e risking money. door in Columbia to a prejudice. To unite together so large Wednesday afternoon when a dispatch than Moss, A new order of men will come for- very comfortably situated. He found sisted by County Judge N. H. the highest bidder, at Public Auction, a number of capable, sturdy men, all in reached Dr. U. L. Taylor, stating that ward. The old, the timid and the his old friend. Mrk O B. Finn, in the to make contract and sea that the on Monday the 1st day of May 1911, at kis Eld. J. W. McGarvey, weakened will remain upon the earth drug business, and learned that he was bridge is properly erected. The levy one o'clock p m., or thereabout (being the very prime of life, in any laudable Jr., had dropped dead at Dryesburg. from which they sprang. receiving a very satisfactory trade. made by Court is 21 cents for general County Court) upon a credit of six undertaking is an achievment worthy Tenn where he was engaged in evanImagine all the canditates for state His many friends in Adair county will purposes; 14 cents for bridge and road months the fol'owing described proper- of mention. But when that purpose is gelistic meetings. The deceased was the protection of loved ones, the prooffices to announce that at Columbia on be glad to learn that ""Father Time" is purposes; 15 cents for school purposes; ty, One acre more or less lying n the streets and en route to dinner motion of brotherhood and the explicit fur- $1 00 poll tax and 50 cents per capita the 25th of October, 1915, they would dealing gently with him. Upon in Cane Valley Adair county, Ky , and when he met with a stroke of apoplexy, teachings of principles for society's for schools. begin their campaign and that they ther inquiry he learned that a number ending in sudden death. Claims allowed amounted to about bounded as follows, viz; beginning at betterment, it should command our would circle the state in parallel lines of nice residences would be erected in stone by the turn pike near the store highest admiration The Eld. McGarvey, was born and reared fifty order's chief miles apart What intense in- thd town this spring and summer. He 4,000. house, thence N 45 E 25 poles to a stone charm is in Lexington, and was a son of Eld. J. that it appeals alike to all had the pleasure of meeting and exaud excitement would ensue! thence N 61 W 69 20 poles to a stone, worthy classes of individuals; and W. McGarvey, Sr., principal of the terest NEXT SUNDAY. PREACHING do changing a few pleasant words with It would require backbone to thence S 45 W 25 poles to a stone by within its wholsome environments all Bible College, that city. He was 53 ' these things. Men would become ac- Mrs. T. W. Buchanan, who edits the the turn pike, thence with said turn of its members breathe the same at years old W. H. C Sandridge, Greensburg. Tavlor County Enquirer. She informed shoulcustomed to striking out from the pike S 61 E 65) 20 poles to the beginning, mosphere of When quite a young man the deceased unrestrained freedom. F. J. Barger, Chesnut Grove. der. There would be no quibbling on him that the publication was doing a being the same land conveyed to Bessie came to this to n as a teacher in C. C Tne lessons taught in the society's good business. He was also told that Z T. Williams, Pleasant Hill. part of candidates. Their stateL. Smith by A. H Judd. and wife by initiatory svmbo!ism are of a high mor- College, and iater he became the princi- the J R Crawford, Edmonton ments would be like dying declarations. the News Journal was increasing its deed dated September 1st 1900 and re al chaaracter and when fully received pal of the school, and was here several G. W. Pangburn, Elroy Besides it would be grand to behold patronage, and the paper was growing corded in Adair county court Clerks and practiced serve to enoble citizenyears, during which time he made many 20 30 J. F. Black, Cane Valley. candidates thus equipped for a in popularity. or office, in Deed Book 14 page 465 and is warm, personal friends During the campaign. ship. Howtver, it is not the purpose When he left the small boys were J. F. Turner, Mt. Pleasant. the same on which defendants now re- of this article to write at length of the first year of his stay in Columbia he It could all be done and over in ten talking about the circus which was J Menzie, Mosbys Ridge. sides. was happily married to Miss Fannie B virtues of this well known fraternal billed to scoop down on the town the days. B. M. Currie, Columbia For the purchase price, the purchaser order, Taylor, an accomplished daughter of rather it is the purpose to speak Think of the innovations this would next day. T. E Ennis, Pleasant Valley. with approved surety or securities, of the late banquet.givn at one of Co Dr. U. L. Taylor, and some years after W, S. Dudgeon, Plumpoint. bring. Trie land candidate would not must execute Bond, bearing legal in- lumbia's frincipal hostlery on Friday their marriage Mr. McGarvey became be in Campaign slang would go. .1. F. Roach, Good Hope. it. Commissioners Sale. terest from day of sale until paid, and evening, April the 7th. This event was the pastor of the Church here. handshaking would go, drinking L. F. Payne, Mt Carmell. having the force and effect of a Judg given in recognition of the first anniAfter he left Columbia he taught at would go, cursing would go. trickery D. H. Howerton, Columbia ment. Bidders will be prepared to versary of the local camp, and, accordADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, Lexington University, and was also and fraud and corruption in election W. B Cave, Pleasant Ridge. comply promptly with these terms. KENTUCKY. rincipal of a college at Richmond, Ky , ing to those present, a great success would go. W. A. Coffey Master, Commissioner. was scored. Valley, Plff j Farmers Bank of Cane for several years. He also taught and No man thus lifted up could keep the vs Easter Services. preached at other points in Kentucky. At an early hour of the evening each R A. and M. L. Hutchison, Dfts ( Rev. A. N. Palmer, State Superinfear of God out of him. For the last two or three years he was "neighbor" accompanied by wife, sisBy virtue of a Judgment and Order n He should be required to keep in the League, At the Methodist Church next Sunday tendent Kentucky evangelizing in the South. air till 4 o'clock on the day of the elec- of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render morning and night, Easter will be ob- spoke at Cane Valley last Sunday fore- ter or sweetheart (there were a few The deceased was a polished gentle- tion. utterly bereft of such comforts) assemed at the January Term, thereof, 1911, served with special services, consisting noon, Columbia in the afternoon and at bled in the Woodmen Forest. Here the man and his death brought sorrrow to The people will be much proffitted by in the above cause, for the sum of of aDDrooiate and special music, and night. Large audiences heard him, many homes in Kentucky and other hundred and thirty-si- x and a sum of money was subscribed time was most pleasantly passed in ex this mode It would finally be required twenty-eigh- t sermons. plaining the mysteries, in small talk, States. in campaigns for United States Sen dollars and 96 cents with the interes Those having no Church engagements here to assist" in maintaining the in conferring "side degrees" and an exThe deceased is survived by his wife, at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum are cordialy invited to attend. league, thereby pushing the work. Mr. ators. his daughter, Miss Ray, and son, Earl, hibition drill by the Foresters. It was from the I8th day of January 1911,until This manner of campaign would call All who will assist in the anthems and Palmer is a forceful speaker, and is 9:30 i'clock when a messenger the children being grown. paid, and $32.95 costs herein, 1 shall very enthusiastic in the cause of temforth the best order of men. The funeral services were held at The law will require them at the end proceed to offer for sale at the Court- songs are requested to meet at the perance. He was very cordially that supper was ready, when Church Wednesday night, immediately Lexington, Ky., Thursday afternoon. imprompture line was formed that an here. of their terms' from the aeroplane, to house door in Columbia Ky., to the after prayer meeting. moved with military promptness, if not of the give Dr. U. L. Taylor, father-in-lahighest bidder, at Public Auction, on an account of their stewardship. B. M. Currie, Pastor. deceased, being in attendance. Mr. Bob Smith, who lives near Mt. with military precision, to the hotel This last trip will be at public ex Monday the' 1st day of May 1911, at I This community extends its sympa that was some two blocks distant. The, o'clock p. M., or thereabout (being pense, properly. A fair audience assembled at the Pleasant church, met with a serious briliantly lighted nd decorated dining thy to the bereaved wife, children and, This would be equivalent to the in- Countv Court) upon a credit of six Presbyterian church last Wednesday accident last Friday. He was on his hall, with all other relatives. its invitingly filled tables, months the following described proper- evening, and heard Mr. J. M. Patter- farm and walking down hill with a itiative and referendum and recall. was a scene of inspiration; then a scene A certain tract of land in son, la, man, of St. Louis, Mo., who is chopping ax on his sholder. The ground Many candidates now entered would ty, To the Baptists. Adair county Ky., on Butlers creek a the Field Secretary of the Mission work was very slick and he slipped and fell. of determination, and lastly a scene of take lessons from Icarus and remain com- branch of. Green rivor and contains of tbv Presbyterian church, south and ' In fallin2 the ax turned, struck him on prespiration. The Chief Forester Doubtless Iriahy are interested in ths' where they belong, upon the earth. munaea as a SKiuea general, the busy the back of his head, cutting a gash an building of a new Baptist Church in Who can say new inventions are not lSoj acres and is the same iand conveysouth-west- . He delivered a very enmnltitude and kept up an incessant rain ed to R. A. Hutchison by the Wood tertaining address, telling his hearers inch and and a half long long. of oratory, apd. occasional lightening Columbia, who have never indicated it useful? Mosaic Floor & Lumber- Co., by deed, Bsfore a doctor could reach him he lost flajh Of repartee and at other times in a substantial way, and that many what the great layman's movement was 1908 and one gallon blood. He is now doing dated the 2nd day of May intend to do so later on. If there are thunders of applause Two hours soon doing id advance the spread ol th'e about KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. any who desire to give aid we can recorded in deed Book 24 page 271 of very well. sped by for the seventy or eighty banGospel throughout the world in the only say that now is the time to do it. the Adair county court Clerks office and was nasv a. queter-- wjien the way of subscribing money for the forThe following are the dates fixed for is bounded as follows,, to wit: Oil the Mrs. Elzv Shenherd. who livpd ntRn"- The Committee appointed to solicit He did not a3k fo'r nY, delivered the this county, died Monday night of ana a domine funds have tried to see every member, holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as north by the lands owned by Ray Page eign field work. many here, last week, a victim of pneumonia. benediction. "Good nights" ftUoweoV and with few exceptions have succeed- far as reported. Officers of fairs are on the West by the lands owned by J. ed, but still we are short several hun requested to report to us any omis- B Absher, on the South by the lands bhe was about 65 years old and a mem- and there went into history one of the Eld. Leslie Bottom, who has been the ber of dred dollars. The time granted us to sions or correction of dates: owned by Brack M'assie and on the the Methodist church, a fine most spectacular and mo3t resultful secure the amount necessary has nearly East by the lands owned by Zella Van pastor of tnef Church at Science Hill lady, who had many friends in the events ever enacted in Columbia's fra- Versailles, Auguest days. expired. Only about twelve more days Hoy and being the same Iand on which and also of Freedom for the past year, neighborhood. She is survived by her ternal world. All honor to those havLexington, August days. the Churches being" located in Casey husband and several children, remain in which to secure the eight Uniontown, August 8 5 days. the Defendant now resides. one of ing in charge the details of this succounty, will again become a citizen of dollars, and if this is not done For the purchase price, the purchaser thousand her daughters being very low at this cessful entertainment. As is characVanceburg, August 9 4 days. Knifley, this county. He was perfectteristic of Modern Woodmen, all was our fond desires must fail. We have with approved surety or securities, time with the same disease. Lawrenceburg, August 154 days. charges, but his planned in good taste and, admitedly gone to many who have only said, "I must execute Bond, bearing legal in- ly delighted with hishouse-keepeLeitchfield, August 154 day?. bewill see you later, " or I will let you terest from day of sale until paid, and sister, who is his XXX Burkesville, August 15 i days. The wind storm Tuesday evening of done to a finish. know in a few days." Now in justice having the force and effect of a Judg came dissatisfied and it is to please her last week did considerable damage be16 3 days. Broahead, August to the committee, in justice to the ment. Bidders will be prepared to com- that Eld. Bottom will leturn to Adair tween Columbia and Russell Spring3. Barred Plymouth Rock Fowls ExFern Creek, August, 16 4 days. county. He will continue in the miniscause, why shoule you hesitate longer? ply promptly with these .terms. Shepherdsville, August 224 days. clusively Eggs Eggs. try, and expects to again take work ir. Trees were uprooted and fencing and Every member of the committee is a W. A. Coffey, Master Commission". London, August 22 4 days. Adair. Mr. Bottom has his choice of out houses scattered in every direction. busy man, every one has given liberalErlanger, August 234 days. men who are offering for office, and he A gentleman who started from Russell Residence Burned. 15 eggs $1.00, 10o eggs $5.00. I have ly, and has sought to give every memGermantown, August 243 days. requests us to say to Mr. James Gar-ne- tt Springs, after the wind laid, was five a fine grade of fowl stock from the ber of the church an opportunity to Nicholasville, August 293 days. that he is very much interested in hours getting to Columbia, there being noted breeders as Pope & Pope, Louisgive. Only a few hundred dol ars are The residence of Mr. Henry Hurt, Somerset, August 293 days. a number of trees across the road. his race for Attorney General. Mrs. Ida H. Paxton, ville Ky needed to secure the building, but it located on Bomar Heights, was destroyBardstown. August 304 days. Roilingburg, Ky. fails if it is not secured within a few ed by fire last Sunday morning at 1 Monticello, September days. Thanks. Our subscribers should L ar in mind days If you are able to contribute, o'clock. It caught from the cook room Alexandria, September days. A card from Mr. J. W. Richards says and want a modern house of worship, or Mount' Olivet, September 5 4 days. and the roof of the ell was falling in that we will reach the cah basis the Mr Allison Conley. of Bud. Wayne that he and wife made the trip to Kanfirst of June. After that date no name if you want to increase your subscripbefore the occupants, Mr. Hurt and his Hodgenville, September days. county, writes us as follows; "Please sas all right. There is not any perception, call on some member of the comwife, knew of the fire. The alarm was will be entered on our subscription list Sanders, September days. find enclosed check to pay for another tible change in the condition of Mrs. dolmittee at your earliest hour. There is Kentucky State Fair Louisville, Sep- sounded and in a very short time more unless the subscription pr"ce, one years' subscription to your valuable Richards, but he has hopes that she no time to lose if the amount necessa- tember 116 days than one hundred men reached the scene lar, is paid in advance. Patrons, who paper, I find that I can not convenient- will get better. He found his brother ry is secured. but too late to render any assistance. are on our books, and are not square at ly do Horse Cave, September 204 days. without it. 1 think you get out and family well. je .that date, will be stricken from the Every thing in the building was Mayfield, September 274 days the best local paper I ever read." Death of an Old Citizen. stroyed, save a feather bed and a few list. Our experience covinces us that The Transylvania Presbytery of small articles. Fortunately Mr. Hurt too much is lost in doing a credit busichurch will convene at Mr. Geo M. Stevenson, cne of the ness. We do not want to lose a single Mr. James Clayton Bryant, who lived Firm Changes. had $750 insurance on his residence and subscriber and trust that all who are proprietors of the roller mills, has Mt. Vernon, Ky., at 7:30 p. m., Apr., in the Craycraft country, died last $250 on the furniture. Mr Hurt has not Tuesday. He was to a given us the amount of his entire loss. behind will pay before the first day of moved his family to Columbia. They 11 Mr. W. P. Summers and Rev. J. Mr Walter Ingram has purchased We take it that he will rebuild. at an June. are occupying the residence on Burkes- R. Crawford left this (Tuesday) morngreat many people in this county. He his father's interest in the store here early date. ville street formerly the residence of ing to attend the meeting. was a fine citizens, one who had many and will continue briness at the same Dr. James Menzies. This family is a friends, all of whom will regret to learn The cbntest between the two bridge valuable acquisition to Columbia. The home of Dr. W. P. Alexander, stand. By agreement, Mr. Henry Inthat he has crossed over the dark river Sermon to Woodmen. Cleburne, Texas, was entered one night s'tes is over, the upper site people havf Death. The deceased was in his gram withdraws his interest in the ing the aid of the railroad and tin ber last week by burglars and several hun'79th year, and for a good many years stock of goods and has removed the Dr. J. L. Brandt, who recently held a men and other companies of people, dred dollars in money and jewelry Rev. J. R. Crawford will preach behad been a consistent member of the same into the building on Cimpbells-vill- e meeting here, closed a series of serstolen. Mrs. Alexander was Miss Lou pike, just below the Citizens fore the Modern Woodmen camp at the who live out of the county, enabling Christian Church. The funeral sermons at Frankfort last Friday night money and make the Baker, born and reared in Columbia! vices were conducted at the residence Bank, and will conduct a general store Presbyterian church on Sunday even- them to raise the one hundred additions people who signed There were about by Rev. Nathan Murrell, many rela at this stand. Mr. H B. Ingram, who ing, April 23 His theme will be; "If required bond. The to the Church. From Frankfort Mr. In more ways than one did the piano tives and friends being present. The retires from the mercantile business, the Carpenter Were Here." A special J. S. Breeding's article are released as Brandt went to his home in St. Louis, contest prove its popularity. Misses survey. 'deceased will be greatly missed from asks his friends to continue to patronize musical program will be given, Every he was representing the lower Mo., and after a two week's rest, he Grace Dudley, Mattie Squires, Annie Also we learn that the upper site people the neighborhood where he was born his two sons. For the trade he person- body cordially invited to attend. will go to Texas. L. Blakeman and Mattie Gibson, who have plenty of money subscribed with andv reared, as he was exceedingly kind, al received, he returns thanks. got mar-. were entered in the contest, Miss Fannie Sallee, sister of Mr. out Brc ding's subscription. ever ready to Iend,a helping hand to Mr. R. F. Rowe, of Amandaville,met rid to prosperous young men during Warren and Dr. Ed Sallee, fell and re J S, Breeding. those in need. In politics, Mr. Bryant A copperhead snake bit a large stear ceived a painful, if not a fatal injury with a considerable loss Sunday morn- - ! its progress. ' was an ardent Democrat from boyhood owned u i by Afred Garrett, last ing of last week. A double crib con-- j " to old age. and until his health com- day, ,on the right fore leg. Wednes- last Sunday at her home. Fortunately . great harness stall- taining over two hundred barrels of corn , , Mr. Gar- her two brothers were near when she Lee S. Smith's &oi menced to fail, ke was active in county " ,. rett is employed by Mr. J. E. Gowdy fell, and did all that could be done for" ion, Baron .Rythmic No. 47139 will make was AMfcmved bv fire. The fire was I lwiiiseu royj.axiuuuy politics. He was a son of David Bry- and was, on the farm of Mr. Gather relief. As we understand, one of the the seasomof 1911 at the Fair grounds discoved at 4 o'clock in the mormng, Pce, contafflingvjr ant, one of the pioaeer settlers of this .Bryant, hauling.stave blocks. He best farms in close saw hip joints 'was , dislocated or bone at the low fee of $10 to insure a live and the general opinion is that it was acres and one of the you waat a good county, as goe4 a man as Adair ever the snake bite the reach of Columbia. If stear and immedide-l- y broken. Miss Sallee (has reached foal. .He. also has a good Jack that the work of.an incendiary. kaew. house'aad productive land callx'and seer killed it. The owner was in town good old age, and is not in a- - physical will make the season at the same place, We urge our subscribers, who are beThere will be a call meeting of the Thursday to procure medicine to reduce condition to endure such an injviy with -- for $8 for a mare colt, $7 for a23--horse i tke smelling on the stear. hind to pay up before the first of Ttin. smrad nBfftiirf vnA . .ii'&ttun colt. out the fear of serious results. MztTlmrsda night. next Campaign for State offices C Har-man- ht r... -- 1 v son-in-la- w to-wi- t: ! J t j . Anti-Saloo- I ed re-eiv- ed w -- to-wi- t: - ;- , nnuvr 23 76 r, 54 55 53 64 18-3- m well-kno- -- two-hundre- d v . -- 2t Md-FeUo- w 4 ", A lew . 4 . .xfUOri 1979 iil 1o V77(yffPJ k. X-T- tf&y&km'. 1 -v" , h '- - t V, - r t 'mL U.V fcv. -I 5 - r T - "2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS com-- - facts About the Present Session, his existence be the poorest, I Columbia District, Third Round. much of the early fruit is un-douted- ly Extraordinary session of the 'Sixty-secon- d Congress, will not meet in regular session .until next December. Principal purposes to pass the McCall bill, carrying into effect . She reciprocity agreement recently concluded with Canada. Session made necessary by the taction of a small minority of the Senate composed in about equal parts of regular and insurgent .Republicans who prevented action on the bill at the concluding Consession of the Sixty-first I gress, which ended March 4. ! Reciprocity bill will certainly be passed, as the Democratic is committed to the mea- sure and in the vote on the bill in the last House contributed npnrlv fwino oc m.nv 'ayes" as Mr. Taft's own party. President Taf t also may favor ! the passage of an act providing for a permanent Tariff Commission, which will be received with favor, by a majority of the Demo-- ! crats. Democrats have a large ma jority in the new House-- with , j , TJonVQcnnfot-iiTz- a fl-mmi- fMnvlr . . rP ' n.oaest, the most restricted sort of an existence possible, has ceived a gift past all computation beyond all imaginable value the mysterious gift of life. He has before him all that eternity means to a child of the infinite God; and this infinite God is under infinite responsibility to do all He can to make this mysterious gift of life to His child an unspeakable blessing. The magnificient fact of another life sets a rainbow of hope against ali the adverse conditions of this life. The question as to whether or not God's goverment is good becomes as nothing in the . . lace 0I tne certarow 01 an immor-part- y tal evolution, Blossoms may seem to fade here but they wili come t0 fruit" A.l. !?. .1 age in me oiner me. T.I l may lueais seem to be shattered here, but they will reappear hereafter, aglow with a new splendor. Every dream, every hope, every purpose all shall find realization at last. Every shadow shall grow light; all loneliness shall find a presence that shail be company and joy. The bud which is now ninnpfl hv t.hft frost shall vet bloom in be uty and sweetness. re-whi- killed while apples, etc., Monticello, Mill Springs, April re still unhurt. 8- -9. Missonary Program Columbia, Cane Valley, Glensfork and Gradyville Charges, M. E. Church," South. To be Held at Gradyville, April 29 and 30, 1911. j ch West Monticello, Mt Pleasant, The Meaning of Easter. By Evangeline Booth. April 1112. Russell Springs, April 23. Mt Oliver, 1516. Burkesville, Grider, April 22 l r 1 -. I Bear Creek, Goose Creek,April worlds. The Christ-ma- n in ineffa 25. ble tenderness spreds his nail - April 29, 10 a. m. Devotional and Statements of Purpose chapel pierced hand in blessing upon the Peytonsburg, Spears Chairm:.- April 27. heads and hearts of all who de10:30 a. m. Missions: "A Survey of Home Field" Renox, Providence, April 29 sire it And who does not desire T. J. Campbt. 30. it in this fevered, hustling, bust10:45 " "A Survey of Foreign Field" Clinton, Five Springs, May 6 ling, crowding, crushing twen G. W. Pangbur 7. tieth century? Whose touch is so! 11 Sermon or Address J. F. Blac" Albany, Maupin, May 910. cooling and tender as his? Whose' 2 p. m. Educations and Missions: "How, When Why: Glensfork, Creelsboro, May 13 Invp sfr.rnno- .ind avnifnhlp?: ' Easter ought to mean for New York the birth of a new hope of such a potential character as to carry with it salvation fori both 14. - - Campbellsville Cir., Roach ville May 20-- 21. Thurlow, Lady's chapel, May Greensburg. May 24. Hodges .chapel, Spurlington and Early, Poplar Grove, May 25. Wesley Mannsville, May 29. 27-- 28. J chapel. - Campbellsville station, May 2S Casey Creek, Pellyton, June 3 -- 4. Republican majority in the Senate is reduced to eight. Special session is not limited in scope, and either House may attempt legislation not mentioned in the President's recommendations, and in time the session is limited only by the opening of the regular session in December. "Without the approval of the President, and with the probabil- ity of his veto, the Democrats will probably undertake a revis ion of the woolen, cotton, textile and steel schedules of the Payne- Aldrich act. Democratic majority in House "Will also pass the constitutional 'amaudment providing for the election of Senators by direer vote of the pople. House will pass bill admitting .Arizona and New Mexico as States, and will present it to the Senate for action. . -- ' " Tl--- THnif JL1IC X1U1I. ittViV rirrc UUl YHIIIJ UUCO rv"t- fc.lvri jCbllC - in this climate shall yet ripen under the summer skies of immor- Columbia. June 10 11. Cane Valley, June, 1112. Gradyville, June,17 18. Temple Hill, June, 2021. Tompkinsville, June, 22. West Tompkinsville, June,24 tality. l especially request tnat a l her husband. who love God pray daily for the He was eighty-fiv- e years old a presence of the Holy Spirit The few days ago and his last shave committee are as follows: and hair cut "were before the License, J. L. Murrell, J. A. presidential election in 1855. Johnson, R. T. McConnell. "Uncle Button" as he has been Admission, B. M. Currie, R. L. knovvn for a generation, was an Talley, J. P. Van Hoy. original Republican, and in 1854 Orders, J. H. Walker, D. T. made a vow not t0 shave or have President Taft may be asked Tarter, G. W. Pangburn. for further official explanation or his nair cufc for fiftv years if his T. L. Hulse, P. his action in mobilizing troops party did not win in the ensuing election, and he religiously kept along the Mexican border. Farm WorK Advanced. Congress convened in to-da- Somewhere, sometime, somehow, we shall all attain to all that God ever gives us of sweet 25. and true and beautiful. The District conference will be held at Russell Springs June Fifty Years Without Shaving. The first day will be taken for the work of the SunButton Smilh' one of the best' day School and Epworth League known characters of Petersburg, conference. had his first shave and hair cut in Let all local preachers read the fifty years to day and when he law regarding their attendance lert the barber and went home . at the district conference and it was an hour before his asred govern themselves accordingly. wife would believe that he was I I j ; is sr Whose balm so healing? Whose pity so real? Whose support so' constant? Whose character so u ichangeable? To me it is so beautiful that the anniversary of the Saviour's occurs at that wonderful period of the year when nature works her annual miracle of bringing life out of death, of re generating the long, dark night of winter and crowning it with the divine dress or the radiant springtide. Nature's book of pur ling brook birdling's carol, hum of bee, heavenly tint of bud and blossom and the myriad voices of fen and forest that tell of spring tide's rejuvenation is one studied by all men and can only lead to one source the God of nature himself. It is a lining Christ we worship and serve. He coi quered death and hell for; himself and for us: conquered them for this world as weil as the next. The forces of evil need not have dominion over us. If we will come to him in pen- itence and submission he will in- f Ui?e his divine life into our very be;ng and make life a new thing to us. It is not a theory but a fact tftat the ascended Christ wjh not change the nature as to enable the individual to regard iifc from an altogether new view pont and realize that indeed, re- gardless of the pains and imper- fections tVt beset us all, a spiritual "tune of the singing of iiU" Uris come. res-urecti- on -- R. R. M 2:30 3 3:15 3:45 7:15 " " ' C. O. Mi "The Laymen and Missions" "The Missionary Committee and their DutL N. B. Steph. "The Women and Missions" Mrs. J. O. Russell and Mrs. B. M. Ci; "General Discussion and Questions" Led by P. W. M " " "Columbia District and Missions" Dr. B. F. Taj ' "Sermon or Address" J. W. Nd . April 30 9:30 a. m. "Sunday School" Superintend. 10:30 "The Sunday School and Missions" I Black, Campbell and Pangbi'r B. M. Cum 11 Sermon Committee i " " 7:30 '. tnrt v 9 The Pastors. j t a Ti iffli.i Winn ii mi w w i mi Hi i i wi i !! mm ii' m iyn,i it f iiuwjmi to.hfiiiii v ' mw mw mw i wow mwm m m w mtt m m i mmmimiimmmiuMiUHT djyiii JiCBaiiacijajiiiHaiiiiViijarvisi z I 3 Offer for the Next Twenty Davs or as Lonor as S Stock Lasts ' 2i 3 S H i One Car Load Of Wag onsi At the Following Prices Mitchell 22 Gears Only Milburn 3 " -- ! s rr $40 00 $42 50 $45 00 j Milburn3I -- " r B 2 j Woven Wire Fence j 1 Hfi 5 ; Ten Thousand Rods Guaranteed the Best Wire and 20 Better Galvanized than any other Fence. I - e B 3 3 3 : r: B Note Prices 26 in 7 Bars Regular Standard Farm Fence 18ic The Rod 32 8 22ic "9 39 25 48 "10 28J Barbed Wires Small 80 rod Spools $1 70 Spool 41 " " $2 50 " ' Large SO B sr Wise or Otherwise. His hair reached nearly to the d Reports from various counties future. ground and his beard was below show that spring work is more y nary session The bachelor, who s mpathizes as fol- his waist, and both perfectly abvanced than usual. The ex- with a widow is lost. Jows: white giving him a strange ap-- , tremely low price of tobacco is n He is an ungrateful man whr Senate Republicans,50; Demc-rcrat- s, pearance and making many be- making many prospective grow- lives beyond his wife's means. 41; vacancy, 1. Jieve he was deranged, ers hesitate and if contracts with Fools jump'at conclusions, but House Democrats, 228; ReWhen the barber got through tenants were not already made the wise run the other way. publicans, 160; Socialist, 1: va- shaving and cutting his hair that the area devoted to the weed Where there's a will there's a cancies,!. which was taken off nearly filled would be graatly curtailed. Hands fighting chance for the lawyers In the Sixty-fir- st Congress, a half bushel basket, are hard to secure and while A good many decided blondes which was adjourned March 4, "Uncle Button" says that he they want more wages in many J;he Senate membership was : greatly misses his beard and he places farmers are not willing to got their decision from a druggist Many a man with a way of his Ttepublicans, 59; Democrats,52; is sorry now that he submited to pay tiie same as last year. In th barber. He looks forty years consequence, it is thought much own has a wife who out weighs "vacancv 1. younger so greafc is the transf or- - land now devoted to cultivation him. The House membership was: Even women who lack the Republicans, 217; Democrats mion by being relieved of the will be put in grass in the near heavy white beard and enormous future. If clover seed was not so sense of humor want to be jollied 174, The Senate vacancv is from:rowl:n or nair. Indianapolis high there would be a great deal all the time. Telegram. 'Colorado, the Legislature being Most of the free advice is hand- sown anyhow. For some reason Democratic. Iowa is expected alfalfa has not been a success in ed out by people who want to get Try This Puzzle. soon to elect a successor to the most sections of Kentucky and rid of it. late Senator Dolliver, whose seat Here is a puzzle that puzzles what promssed to work a revoluIt sometimes happens that a now is occupied by LaFayette every body. Take the number of tion in farm methods a few years peoanmau 10 a iiiainuu mail WflO your living brothers, double the ago, is not now receiving much . Young. can't forget it. amount, add to it three, multiply attention. The area devoted to :The House vacancies are from bv five, add to it tflP nnmW nf potatoes in the State will be There is said to be happiness the Ninth Iowa and the Second y0ur living sisters, multiply the largely increased notwithstand- among some savage tribes where ! T irennsyivama owicts. resilit- hv ten. ndH w nnmU VIf ing the low price received for the money is unknon. vv..y . Life's Fruition. deaths of brothers and subtract last crop. . Much more attention Never Out Of Work. 150 from the result. , The right would be given to fruit growing The busiest little things ever 'made This life is as a highway lead- figure will be the number- of if the seasons were not. so uncer- are Dr. King's New Life Pills. Every d pill is a globule?of health ing out into the citizenship of deaths, the middle will be the tain, but in many places the grow that changes weakness into strength, Any human being who number of living sisters and the ing of berries is attracting atten- languor into energy, brain-fa-g into mental power; curing Constipation, Headhas placed his feet upon this roy- left will show the number of tion. Opinion is divided tas to the ache, Chills, Dyspepsia, Malaria. .Only al highway of life, even though Try it and see. statues of the present crop but 25c at Paull Drug Co. extraordi-i- s ver-line, t j .u ThP nniifinai v.viinjivi.viuil Ul LUC his pledge. .w ..i..ti mninv?nn A shady past seldom has a sil- - We are offering $5 000 00 worth of new Up todate Clothing at 25 Prices. Off Lowest Cash No fixed up prices and no dark at -' Closet Sale. We offer $4 000 00 Worth of New Clean Shoes 20 per cent off Lowest Cash Prices i i ; j j We have a few Thousand Pounds of the BEST PATENT FLOUR any Mill Ever Made that we will sell at 70c, 24 lb bag, or $5 50 the Barrel Hogless Lard 50 lbs $5 00 V. Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs $6 25 2 -- ! ' 5; s I We are offering Dry Goods at Remarkably Low Prices. We will Discount the lowest Cash Prices 10 per cent J on the following lines. Manure Spreaders, Mowing Machines, Cultivators, Walking and Riding Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Plows. Disc Harrows, Clod Crushers and Pulverizers, Buggies and Surreys. j - B S .' i -- Woodson Lewis, Correspondence Solicited. Greensburg, Satisfaction Guaranteed. Ky. rg nnnniffifflminmmnnwmimninminmmfflffininiinl ,' - 1 ! I , p -- m.KA.LAMKJL Explosion Kills Two. - sugar-coate- ity. ers, A special from Campbellsville reports that the boiler to a large saw mill owned by Philips Bros., exploded Wednesday, killing instantly Harry Wilson and Luther Cox, fireman, Rushell Philips and another mill hand were seriously injured; four others slightly in- I jured. The entire mill is a total wreck. Part of it was found at least f mile away. Philips' mill is located on Dr. White's farm, about six miles from Campbellsville, the timber belonging to U. P. Walling. Eleven years ago mill located in that same neighborhood exploded , killing five men. one-hal- 1 ( K ,j - .- ?- - '.r1 ir. ,? IV. ... w- I - r ".aiww - 1HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS J 3 Breed LOUISVILLE TIMES H THE mous ;No, uur hrai Annual Catalog This book will prove a. valuable guide to the home furnisher, as the faithful illustrations of -- f Is ready for distribution. DUKE OF ADAIR 4660 Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums make it Possibe to' do Your Shopping at Home Every item is of greatest interest and the Lace Curtain and Drapery pages add special value to our attrartive offerings. Write us a card to day for the Catalog FOR 1911 BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER THEJREGULAR Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff,. Incorporated PRICE OF- - 522 and 525 West Market St. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES $ IS $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR ORDER IF YOU WILL SEND TO US, YOU CAN GET StlM' Louisville, Kentucky. Si FRANK CORCORAN Granite See you US High - Grade Marble THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND Cemetery work of all kind.... before buy..... Represented by C. G. Jeffries in this and adjoining counties Main Street, THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR This is a true photo 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 Morrtpelier, 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 himself to be a wonderful breeder. $ $$$$$$ Lebanon, Ky- - The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. Courier-Journa- F is 5 years old 16h hands high, dark brown or black, DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE-Du- ke and has fine style and action. 'He was sired by old Red Bird 1950, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, he 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. FOR ONLY $4.50. FREE REMEDY HELPS CHILDREN Many a mother has learned of a Nine times out of ten when a child "way of avoiding sickness in her fam- complains and you don't know exily, especially among the children, by actly what is the matter with it, it tke use of a free sample bottle of the needs a laxative its bowels are con- anywhere. Has the best corps of corres. pondents. Covers the Kentucky field . f ectly. Covers the general news completely. Tfield 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 i Has the best and fullest reports. markets V. M. EPPERSON. Montpelier, Ky. DEMOCRATIC in politics, but Brain Leaks. why you don't give it away. unless it is mixed with a little brains. Ever notice that at least two- Christies Store. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP- thirds of the persons who pass Worry is not work. The penalty of a golden kiss is of Roy visited Willie Richard's the barber shop always looks in? prayer is net a method of mak-- frequently a life sentence at Sunday. Miss Bettie Christie is visiting TION RIGHT AWAY Mr. Arther McFarlahd, Denhard labor. A woman likes to say of her mg a demand. Misses Ella and Sylvia Humph-res- s believe An error is .partly atoned for if The blind man may have no mark passed throug here TO THIS PAPER not to The husband that she doesn't this week r, he ever would get up if she didn't profited by.sense of sight, but he may have a L. E. McKinley, J. E. Louisville Times. Mrs. Silas Chapel is seriously call him. J. R. Stearman and father, A great many men mistake no- sight of sense. ill with consumption at What has become of the old toriety for fame. A man seldom knows who his attended a log rolling at Albert writing. Wonderful Hats. fashioned man who thought he Christianity is living. Religion friends are, but his enemies are Wolford's Jamestown, Tuesday. Rev. W. A. Phipps was visiMrs. Margaret Kimble visited snore considerate. On one occasion Lincoln was .couldn't keep house without a may be mere conversion. ting at his home Isst week. presented with two fine hats, bootjack and a box of vegetable All locksmiths are not bache- her sister, Mrs. Lena Hale Wed Servility may be purchased The followingproperty belongs each by a different hatmaker, pills? with money, but friendship never lors, in spite of the fact that love nesday. ing to Rosco Christie was con- neither knowing that the other Miss Mary Pearl Richard, this A life of sin is not Wholly aton- laughs at them. One six year old comFor Sale: sumed at the shop of Mr. Bomer had made such a contribution. In bined Red Bird horse. Would trade ed for by Ever notice that the wolf gen- place, is visiting her sister, Mrs. during the great fire a one minute of repent- t the course of events they called for cattle. Call on The News. erally comes to the door disguis Whittle, Jamestown,' this week. ence. a few day ago: Two upon the president, and it so ed as a bill collector. Man is the only animal that Get Rid of the Scum. pistols, two muzzle loaded shot happened that both called at the Maple Hill. seeks to profit from the labor of guns, one Waterberry "watch,.. French Valley. same time. When- both found She was a eity bride who had his young.' 2 bicycles and some other things themselves in the presence of the taken a hand in never before Peaches will be a failure i n too numerous to mention. Value Love is still going. along when executive they asked how he housekeeping and knew but litMiss Eola Selby returned home j this section. ammounting to $500. We are mere friendship has turned up a liked the hats they had sent him tle about things in the kitchen. A from the R. S. A. w&ere she has The school is still progressing sorry to learn of his great loss,. side street. and taking advantage of the been in school. mornings ago she got after few nicely at Maple Hill. as it has entirely destroyed alf The meanest thief in the world of securing a statement J. E. Hale and wife visited the Mr. the milkman. Irvin Bennett has been of his trading material. is the one who robs children of of superiotiy of one or the other latter parents of Stingy Ridge confined this week with kidney What's the matter with your their childhood. IIr. and Mrs. E. S. Humphress make, the president was asked milk Frid ay night. she said with great vehetrouble. (was visiting Mr. J. D. Absher We have to learn 'to like some to state his preference. To many mence. A new girl at H. F; Ashbook's. people just as we had to learu to Mr. Ethridge Bennett, wife and who has been Quite sick for se-vmen such a question would be replied. What Bud Ashbook came very near I dont know, he like olives. children visited Mr. J. W. Gar- - eral week. very embarrassing, butto Lincoln losing his house by fire one day do you find wrong with it. Misses Estell and Lucil.'er nett last Sunday. not at all. He took the hats, one Some people think they have last week but some men at work Well she said every morning it repented Hovious were visiting Misses in each hand, and then replied when they are merely j near by came to the rescue and Mr. Jack Garnett sold his to- Nancy and is covered with a nasty yellow Pearl Christie. gravely, but with a mischievous afraid to do it again. bacco to Mr. J. A. Vigle for 5 soon stopped it. Miss Meekie Humphress who twinkle in his keen eyes: "Gen- scum. cents a round- Orville Grider who has been The Gentle Cynic. And what do you do with the has been with her uncle J. D . tleman, your hats do surpass quite sick for the past week is Frank Karns has moved h i s scum? Absher was visiting at her home ,each other!" stock of goods from Cane Valley able to be out again. Why I skim it off of course, Sunday. Common sense isn't half as Sunflower Philosphy. Miss Carrie Bradshaw, Mont-eli- to his fathers. and throw it in the garbage can. common as it sounds. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram SbiYeTy was here Friday. The young folks gave Siller spent last Sunday with the TaAlways do your test but never Kicked By A Nad Horse No man was ever so busy he Singing at F. V. church every Karns a surprise birthday supper tter's parents Mr. and Mrs.' 3. Samuel Birch, of Beetown Wis., had your best friend. forgot when pay day comes. two weeks begining Saturday last Tuesday night a large R. Christie. a most narrow escape from losing his The black sheep of the family night April 8th, Conducted Many people seem to think leg, as no doctor could heal the frightby crowd and all reported a nice always a blonde. but last is time. Pj;of. Stewart Rexroat. , that the simple life is a good ful sore that developed, cured at comMEN and WOMEN, sell guaranteed Arnica Salve it Bucklen's hose. 70 per cent, profit. Make $10 The one particnlar brand of other fellow. , thing for the Miss Eva Rae Oaks visited her Mr. Firm Smith, iwife and daily. pletely. Its the greatest healer of ulFull or part time. Begkaers boils, eczema, scalds, cuts, love that isn't blind is self-lov- e. cers, sister Mrs. C. C. Hale. children visited V. B. Smith Sat- - investigate. Wear Proof, 3Q8S If you have a'Httle moaey up corns,burns, sores, bruises and piles on cold Chest- Luck doesn't amount to much a lot of people are wondering earth. Try it. 25c at Paull Drug Co. Mr. Otis Stapp, wife and son u nut St., Philadelphia, Pa." 2 fair to everybody. famous laxative, Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. This offer of the doctor's to send a free sample bottle has been responded to by thousands of women in all parts of America. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a truly wonderful laxative and especially adapted to the needs of babies and children because it is pleasant to taste and no child will refuse it. Then, it is mild and never gripes. It is all that a child's remedy should be, though it is a good laxative for the whole family because it is effective at all ages. It is not dynamic like salts, pills and powerful cathartics, which should not be given to children under any circumstances. stipated. Syrup Pepsin will correct the trouble, tone up the child and soon it will be well again wonderful results have been secured with Syrup Pepsin over night. You can buy it of any druggist at fifty cents or a dollar a bottle, the latter being the family size, but you are invited to make a test of it first at the doctor's expense. Send him your address today and he will send" you a free sample bottle direct to your home. Then when satisfied buy it of your favorite druggist. For the free sample address him. Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 402 Caldwell building, Monticello, 111. i - Ab-she- this -- Gamp-bellsvi- lle - , op-portu- 1 er 14-1- T"i u i ? 1 r S ., - iA V. -j A TBE A PAIR COUNTY NEWS $44$$$$4$$$$$444$$Mfr 4$$$$$$$$$$$4$$$$3,0$ 8 HH A B IR kH &h GUARANTEED 100 per cent. PURE Analysis Appears on top of Every Can S eed Hardware ADAIR COUNTY 5 L , James Garnet, of Co- - Si Sir M St SI Njy M Nl SI SI SI SI Nl SI SI SI SI SI SI St SJ St SJ SI SI My 7is j Trs is 7rs is s ?is 7is is 71s is 7fs ?K Trs 7Tn 7ts 7is 7K 7K ,tn 7is rs is is In lumma, wasa.m;ilodgenville last ni 7iS Published Every Wednesday jweek feeling the pulse of the SI 71s 1UISV1LLE SHOPPERS IN K dear people. Mr. Garnett is a is 'i - - BYjTHE p Find it profitable to do their shopping at our store. We know Sly' si candidate for the Democratic you will also find it profitable if you do your shopping at our ?1 Adair County';News;Company SI Mi 7lS nominationjfoiAttorney General. S store, in person or by mail ( Incorporated.) SI L M is -- The Herald following an old 25c FOULARD MEN'S SILK IS 7K I5c editor, custom, has notfdeclared for any SJ SOCKS 25c CHAS. S. KARRIS $17. SUITS $11.95 lIS Mercerized Men's Pure Silk yis man forthe nomination for any Foulards, handblack Mi is Democratic newspaper devoti-- to the in- ,is some styles, These are exceptionally Socks, and colors; 33c v terest of u.e city of Columbia and the i.opie office, Bbutawe cantsay most em- - !7i is .- - Adair and adjacent counties. 25c quality at handsome suits at the price. SI quality 25c. phaticallythatg "Jim" Garnett TTs 15c ,. , t, si They are mad from pure iooks good,. is good ana will be PURE WOOL as Entered at the Co) tun hi a PERCALE wool fabrics and well tailored. class nialllroatter. SERGE 49c good genough forThe Herald if WRAPPERS THE NEWS. Hon- - i i siiiti n- n- iii v is IS - si j si sj MX j N)y, Vl, ys fsis7Is7p.7isis i 7K 7isrN7rs7K si st si su Mi st S Sf s; si s i ST P. IS yiS IS T Ps IS y 4 r Ps. SI M 7TC LOCUST GROVE STOCK FARM st SI 71s" , si 7is s . ix jfc 71s 7K st 7rs 4 L : 7p Mi is si 'IN, Mi SI I'K s 7is vi is IS i!i rs. 7rs. SI I'ost-offl- ce ?e WED. APBIL. 12, 1911, its sraTc-- 0f,Kentuc"? 'n iiic.iiaiiiiii; guacca nu to y 95c The.News has called attention nominate him. file's clean, cona fine iaw-e- r, to the importance of a Demo- servative, sensible and would give the State the cratic platform, to be made before the primary, and in so doing has best service in the Attorney Gen expressedjthe sentiment and eral's office. He would give judgment of the entire voting strength to a ticket that will strength of . the partyf in this need strength, and&The Herald section. Throughout" the state, respectfully, with bowed head, as represented by the papers reverently recommends the Hon. that reachthis office, a similar James Garnett, 'of Columbia, Ky., appeal to the committee hi s been to all ofithe.Democratic voters of made, but to no use except the Kentucky,ato a part of them, or J to the gentlemen who make feeble intimations that a plat form will after the pri J slates and put 'em over. Herald. mary. So far as we are personally concerned it is 'immaterial IS!C0NSIDER1NG. and in fact should not'disturbed or disgruntle any true Democrat, I haveTtnotfully"made up my but if it is'the'fpurpsse of the mind, but o think I will very party managers to invite outside shortly enterTthe race for Govervoters to2' join in, then it seems nor. I have recieved many letthat a declaration, "clear and to, ters f rom'prominent Republicans the point, should bemade before in different parts of the state, our candidatesare named. In urginggme to enter the race. It fact we believt.in putting candi- is thought Dby my friends that dates on a platform rather than this part of the state should putting a platform.on candidates have a candidate and that I am but regardless of V 'before or in a position to poll the largest after taking", the Democrats of vote of any yet mentioned. If I this sectionlwill be found on the .should be the nominee I shall firing line'when the battle is pull- make a thorough canvass of the ed off in November. State and land a victory in NoHod-genvilbe-ma- full, X IN l Ladies Percale Wrappers cut made: neatly special 95 c 7K LADIES SILK HOSE 35 Ladies' Pure Silk Hose, with lisle top 50c We show this line in black and colors, in French Serge, Storm Serge, English Worsteds, Fancy Mixtures, etc. Many Suits elsewhere at $17. are no better. As a special bargain we offer them at French Serge, black and colors; a great value at 49c 50 Pure Wool si 7rs SI si si si si 7is NJ is 7 TABLE DA- 71 si MASK 39 SI Bleached Table is 7F 7K M TTs $11.95. quality 35c IN quality worth si 7fs 50c; as a great Mi is special at 39c. K Mi is Mi is Damask, a r i Mi is si 7p RAVEN BIRD Mi St SJ 2s 7K Mi is Nt 7t SI le de point of death. n he is well-know- si si Tis Mi IS Eighth and Market is si 71s Mi rs viy si vl sir si st" si viz sixvi si Z 7fx 7t rs. 7I" 7is Trs ?is 7is is is Tis rs 7K 71 is 7i 71s is 7K TV. is Ts 7K IS si 7Ts si 7is Mayor Thos. L. Johnson, of in Columbia Monday si 7!s Misses Ella and Sylvia Hump-hues- s Mi Clevaland, Ohio, is lying at the is GATHOF'S, vi.ivi - Louisville, Kentucky. y'vi'siSLsisi'sisi'SLsisi As a public man United States. were the guest s of Miss & throughout the Clara Robertson Saturday and Mi is Sunday. is Mi is Mrs. Ermine Bennett of Holms One hundred and twenty-on- e was visiting her father Delaney convict miners were killed in an Robertsoa last Sunday. explosion near Birmingham, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Absher of Trouble in old Mexico has not near Watson visited their father been settled and a conflict on a who is sick. large scale is daily expected. Several from here attended Is Mi SI is is SI IS SI 7is si 7is Sired by Red Bird 1956, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st dam Authilia Thompson, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234 by Gists Black Hawk. 2nd dam by Caldwell's Denmark, he by King Denmark. 3rd dam Banie, by Old Nat Brown 81. Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay full 16 hands high, five years, he has the best of eyes feet and legs, a beautiful head and neck, a very heavy well set tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He possesses extreme speed, style and action, and the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or handled. He has fine distinct gaits, and goes them all in a most attractive manner. You will note from his breeding that he has for his sire the famous old Red Bird, who has perhaps sired as many high class show, and sale horses as any scallion in Kentucky, and traces on his dam's side to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all hosemen to be one of the greatest sires that ever lived. Raven Bird is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excellent breeder, and we have every reason to believe that, if he is given an opportunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his worthy sire. Service fee $15.00 to insure a living colt. rs si rs st 7K 7 si IS 7 SI si 7rs Mi Mi IS Tis 7rs rs Mi Ps - st K Sf Mi TS Mi Ps Mi Ps SI 7TC IS IS SI 7Tn s; Mi services at Kelley ville Sunday. is not Mr. Ed Morrow's card has Mi. Mr. B. F.Thomas was delegate rs Mi yet appeared, but his admirers is to the Sunday School meettng Mi are waiting anxiously for it. is Alexanders Artist 4517 A. S. H.R. Sired by Fayette Artist 4516 he by Kentucky Artist 1455, he by Artist Montrose 51, he by Artist 75 by King William 67. 1st dam Louise Cabell 59 by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd dam Juia C. 11304 by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington Denmark 64. 3rd dam by Dew drop, by Cabell's Alexander's Artist is a beautiful red chestnut, four years old, 152 hands high. You will note from his above that there but few if any better Stalliens in Kentucky. Ha is a grand individual and in every way as good as his breeding. He is thoroughly broken to doule and single harness, and nicely gaited, in fact he is a combined horse of high class, and presents a magnificent appearance any where you place him. His future as a show horse and as a producer of saddle horses, will compare most favorably with the best. Fee, $12.50 to insure a living colt. ' Lex-iugto- n. si IS si IS 7l Mi is 7s 7 Absher. Mr. ble. J H. Martin is yery from Egypt. Mr. Ingram Robertson was at Knifley a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Russell vistjted Mrs. W. L. Russell Sunday. fee- - si 7K 7 si 7is 7s si 7 Ps Mi is 7i's vember. Geo. Nell. Mr. J. D. Absher is slowly im- The News.is notfriow, nor has it at other times sought to push The gcod roads meeting, held its preference for nominations at Elizabethtowu last Saturday, for the variousftState offices" ex- was a great success. There were cept its home, candidate, Mr. over six hundred delegates presGarnett. Itjdoes not know who ent from counties through which would makejthelbest officials or the old Louisville and Nashville who would make the strongest pike passes. This road is greatrace, but feels'that no mistakes ly out of repair at this time, and will be madefjin the .selection for an effort will be made to build it a good man for every position. in one day. August the loth As to Mr. Garnett it has an abid- was the day practically agreed ing faith that our party could upon for the work. not select a more competent man nor one' who would live closer to The little bickerings, the dark official duty when elected. It paintings of disappointed Demoalso knows that he stands with crats, in their failure to follow the sentiment of the great com- their ideal for Governor, are fast mon people and that they will disappearing and hope and deterstand by him. He will get the mination to win next November 'heaviest vote in this section of is rapidly gaining strength. the State of any man that has The contest ior the Democratic ever offered for such an impornomination for Governor is now tant position. To outside Demo- a proposition between two good crats we can only say, name the men either of which is'worthv of ticket with Garnett for Attorney j every true Democrats support in General and it will be all right, the state.' si SI proving. Mrs. Robt Humphress is quite sick at this writing, Miss Bettie Christie of near Knifleyis visiting the Misses Humphress this week. 'Miss Emma Robertson spent Saturday night at Mrs. Amanda East. Misses Ruth Rule and Audra Dillingham were at Mrs. Willie Feese Saturday night. Miss Lettie Feese visited i n this neighborhood a few days ago. IS t M 7 rs Messrs W. H. Absher and Mat Mi is 3s Robertson made a business trip St Ps to Campbellsville last Friday. Mi Mr. R. O. Dillingham visiting Mi is his sister Mr. Owen Hendrickson Mi is Wednesday night. IS Ps Messrs W. P. Dillingham, and Mi rs. John Rrle made a business trip si 7is si to Columbia last week. 71s IS 7rs & Mi rs Mi TS S! , Marion Mi is Miss Nannie East was visiting in the Holmes neighborhood a si IS few days ago. Mr. E. S. Rice has removed his saw mill from Holmes to this St Mrs. Philip Sherrill and child- place. ren who have been visiting relMisses Sylvia Humphress and atives here returned home a few Bettie Christie were the guest, of days ago. Rosa L. Jones last Wednesday. Mrs. J. M. Willis v .was the. guest of Mrs. 'J. HNorris. .Mon .Saw Mill for Sale. JV A. day. i'f Miss Effle Sanders is again at sawandgrl3tmill for sale, every her brothers. We are glad to A -. Tis 7 Mrion is a black Jack with white points, 5 years old, 15 hands high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and ear3. He has lots of substance, in fact Jack. he has all of the desirable features of a first-clas- s He has proven himself very sure and a most excellent breeder. Serxice fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. The above described stock will do service at my barn in Columbia. I am prepared to take care of mares seut to me from a distance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, or fed at $8.00. In all cases money is due and must be paid, when mares are bred to othea stock, traded, parted with or removed from the neighborhood. All stock will receive my personal attention, and due care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. st v 7K 7K t Trs 7 7 si 7 7TC si TTs si T is TTs A. S. Chewning, 7 ; Columbia, Ky. welcome her back. Several from this place were thing complete. New 50 H. P, boiler. Elli.Broa.&Campbell,Pellyton, Ky. 2t. TtIntIs'TTsTKtIstIstIs Trs TIstIstIstIs-tIstItIs'tIn- ; 7 7 ' jr t -- 4 -- j i. -'-- ( f'v- - '- - V' PERSONAL Mr. Henry Todd's conditions remains critical. r Master Lewis Coffey is laid up wiih Rheumatism. Next Sundav will ' be Easter. If it should be a warm, pleasant day, many hindsomejhats will be on oxhibition. The three fraternal orders in this town, Masonic, Odd Fellows and Mod ern Woodmen are growing rapidly. Mr L B. Hurt has rented the Judd farm, in the suburds of Columbia, and will remove to it this week. Miss Winnie Dohoney has accepted a position at Sonora "and writes that she r o 0 Rev. S. P. Stapp, ' Campbellsville, was here Monday. Mrs. Sarah A. Miller, Crocus, is re ported quite sick. Mr. '. yi w THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS o- - : t 1 i The Ministers Association met MonMr. S. H. Newbold, Louisville, was day. It's aim andjpurposes will be pubhere in the intarest of the bridge. lished next week. last week, selling tobacco. J. C. Holladay was In Louisvill is delighted with her place. Judge W. W. Jones left this mornThe Fiscal Court on last Friday electing on a business trip to Cincinnati. ed Mr. J. R. Garnett Treasurer of the Messrs F. M. Elatt and I. O. Miller, county. Creelsboro, were here last Thursday. Mandoline Guitar Harp for sale. Mr. Lindsey Snow, Russell Springs, Mary Van Hoy, Cane Valley, Ky. spent a day or two of last week in 23 2t ia. Who have used the Black Hawk Corn Drill will buy other CaH on GS 1 I l i 5 tetter. Miss Frances Garnett, who was quite ick a few days of last week, is much Ono. The egg and poultry man is in Mr. M.j O. Mulligan, editor Allen County Times, is here for a week, o n our town buying eggs and chickspecial business. Mr. Geo. R. Holt, . B manager of the , ens. xar nara ra 5 8 13 a aS srT iM ? llPO H W P? K !e t i v 1 Singer Sewing Machine Co was here We think Russell county will f rom,Campbellsville and Mr. James Garnett had business in near future. Taylor circuit court last week. We are having blustering Mrs. Leo.Baldauf will leave for Glasgow in the morning, where she will weather, and fruits of all kinds spend twojweeks before going to her home in Louisville. bloom and bud. Dr. R.JH. Perryman, who has been 'Squire Hughes passed through confined to his home, near Purdy, for severaljmonths, was in Columbir last here with a nice load of spokes, Thursday, looking reasonable well. Mrs. R. Mont Feese and little daughwill dispose of them. ter Katherine, of Sumerset, arrived i n Columbia last week. Mrs. Feese was Mr. Willis Popplewell Columbia t on account caiiedito to be just a little better illness oflher.mother, Mrs. J. D. Flow- - be in good shaped, for we will cer JudgelW. W. Jones, Mr Rcllin Hurt tainly have the stock law in the Monday. They will supply your wants lit i ill a are suffering severely in the en route to Font Hill, where he seems a I at this ers. I writing, but with no hopes of Mr. Wm. Hobson of Campbellsville, recovery. who has a business at Knifley, this Thanks to our friend, Mr. ' the interest of the bridge which is to Frank Leach, County Surveyor be built across Green river at Neats for settling a dispute over some v,lle ( ! Mr. W. L. Walker and his daughter, Miss Alice, returned from Cincinnati Saturday night. Miss Alice wants the . uw urate dress Datrons in abundance. and in a few days will have them on display. j ! land between Mr. J. M. Farmer an j j a jjjjj Mr. J. W. Wilson and Rev. S. B. Perkins took land near their respective homes up-some " e J ful attention given to fitting your feet. You get your money's worth in service H SlSiS' 3T , . Stof " -- " the style and comfort of a vacant-handsomv recently. I H The contest is now on with the V . I J AUUlllOndJ LOtdlS. boys for the most corn raised on Hll i acre of ground, about 56 boys entering the contest. ' For Sale. Mr. Jesse L. Harris and Miss Sophia Bennett were united in US Pure White Plymouth Rock egg fori the bonds of matrimony on the sale 50 cents for fifteen. ! Jk daily dividend of satisfaction. MOST STYLES S5.00 fe Td KJ WkM KIk - - VS $ . i 1W iia4 6 W Atflt MAMmlr j IBk f , SHOE B Kj I. sold Exclusively by PKBWsjBtl b bS , . -- t JK " BtF " i h Mr. Jesse Humble has opened year old Peacock mare to Bill A. Lee S. Smith is now located ?t the, a lumber haul from his res- - Russell for $170. cash. Columbia Fair grounds with his good j jdence to the river. Mr. George Green has moved stallion, Baron Rythmic No. 4 ildi), and poor his grist mill. to this place and is Be it ever so nice and a a good mule Juck. He invites the public to call and see them before booking money making country, there is now ready to grind. 21 theirs. no place like home, so Russell Mr. Omer Goode representing county boys think. There will be singing at Zion the 3rd Belknap & Go., was here the first Sunday af tarnoon conducted by Cabbell This cold spell is quite .severe of the week calling on our merDarnall, Turner and Dudley. All other leaders who can be withus have a on the small chicks as they leave chants. special invitation. Every body bring the shell. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Campbel books. Mr. Simeon Popplewell bought of Hatcher were visiting at Mr. There will be Easter services at the a draft horse from Lindsay DunS. S. Goode's Saturday and SunMethoddist church next Sunday. A days ago. day. special program has been arranged, and bar a few a number of very appropriate songs Sheep dipping is just a pracMrs. W. T. Hinrickson is visiwill be rendered. The public is invited. tice recently begun in this sec- - ting her daughter here-Mrs- . E. E. lf a Fair is to be held here this year w h c ft m c e ben. Sanders. 23-. -- Mrs. L. V. Turner. Montpelier, Ky. 27th. KMHHMBiiiHHr ' III Shipping steer... i Beef steers Fat heifers and cows 4 i - H , $5.005.50 3.505.50 : --- -- ' U. . ' -- - jfi v Cutters Canners Bulls 005.00 ?mK3m bvitlSl Xv-'n- Feeders Stockers Choice milch cows Common to fair cows HOGS 2.753.75 1.502.75 3.005.00 4.505.50 3.005.40 35.00-45.00 00 What Is It? Read And You Will Se The Improved Patent Ideal Steel Harrow. It takes the rag off the bush. It is Adjustable Lever Attachment to open and close. Fol Js 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. Men who till the soil are crazy about it. PRICE: 2 hors2 $7.50; I ... 15.00-35.- Choice 165 to 210 Mediums, Pigs Roughs 130 to 165 7.15 7.00 8.05 6.30 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best Iambs Culls....'.- Fatsheep-- . 35J 2J--3J 516 horse $3.50. GRAIN. For sale only by iv hi-- I 2 Saturday. I will also sell shingles, and have plenty now for the market, either & C, Railroad is over, as It us, for we could not get oak or chestnut. E A. McKinley 12 3m any freight through either to or The ladies of this Cemetery Commit tee will meet at qhe IJancock Hotel next Saturday 2.30 o'clock. Mrs. J.O. Russell. , The farmers are hauling their (fertilizer preparatory to corn n The Cumberland County Fair planting. had a meeting last week and Mr. H. C. Wilson and' others upon dates. The Fair will be 15, contin- are carrying held at Burkesville, August on a protracted uing four days. meeting at Parks Ridge, Ky. 1 will grind corn at my mill every We hope the strike on the Q. nouncements. Asso-cirtio3e-cided the directory should agree upon dates. as fairs over the state and especially in encial this part of it, are 'making their an- - af-rect-ed The wind storm last Monday sh6ok up things considerably but Vester. did no harm. Mr. G. L. Wolford was i n We think- the peaches are all Campbellsville Saturday on busikilled and the other kinds of ness. fruit injured in this community-Mr- s. Farmers are being thrown Milford Burton remains with their back considerably work on account o f s o much about the same. rain. Mr. V. B. Smith, wife and children, visited Mr. and Mrs. Local Market. - Wheat. Corn... 90 50 J. C. Eubank Cane Valley, Ky. Inventor and Patentee from our little town. Casey Creek. Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks , n 12 12 I 4 Brother May failed to fill his There are a great many subscribers regular appointment at this place whose subscriptions have not been" the first Sunday. ' marked up on the paper. The credits MrSi W. T, Hendrickson of however, are entered pn our books. Hatcher came over with a nice repor " Turkeys.., 10 - 5 Geese II Ducks , 20 Wool (clear grease) ?: 28to30 Wool (washed) "....l... 5to6 Hides (green) toll ......... ts that he Mr. Burton Yates ate his first,mesa of new Irish potatoes last W.edhelstey: Tbey grew in his . garden. Ginseng...-- . ' Feathers lineofliats. Beeswax. i.... ...,...,..v...... A7 . . . 38 to 42 4 00 25 w- -- v -- 5 . Mr. A. F. Scott is having some LOUISVILLE MARKETS. r ' ' t ' work done on his dwelling A. F. Latest Quotations on Live Stock H; Grady has opened an office Wolf ord is doing the. work Dr.-J- . ovr Bollard & 'Miller's store where he one four cattle will be pleased to meet h friends. 4 V day, commencing at two o'clock. at J B. Abrell's. Mr. R. L Neat bought a fine Mr. Ras Sutton of Columbia, was visiting his parents, Mr. and mare from Mr. Mark Tarter-las- t week. Mrs. Charley Sutton, of this place, last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Lizzie Abrell visited Miss- Mrs. C ora Dixon and Miss Le-o- Etwal Williams last Sunday. Burton, of near Watson, Mr. Joe Goodwin bought a visited at Mr. and Mrs. J. F. - last Wednesday Willie Gooden,farm from Mr. Ollie Goodwin for Neat's, of this place, from Sunnight. $500. day until Tuesday. Mrs. Sarah Burton and Miss Mrs. Henry Williams and Dellie Burton were visiting at Ella. children were visiting at Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Dooley's last WednesMrs. T. J. Hardwick one night day. , Mrs. Margarett Williams is con last week. Misses Beatrice and Pinkie fined to her room with lagrippe. Breeding were visiting Mr. Cash-iu- s Mr. C. C. Holt passed through Mr. John Shephered was visitBreeding's .last Saturday ing the family of J. B. Abrell here one day last week enroute Sunday. and for Columbia. last Wednesday night. Sunday School was organized Miss Etwal Williams and Miss Mr. R. L. Neat is very sick at at Bear Wallow church last Sunwriting. Julie Barrett were visiting Miss day afternoon. There will be this Mr. S. A. Williams is visiting Lizzie Abrell last Thursday. Sunday School there every Sun- na - .t ' . A. it ,i ,- - i, t Tt- -- THE ArAIK COUNTY NEWS Garlin. 1 N i Mr. Ed Winfrey has a girl Fifth Sunday Meeting Baptist Train , baby at his house. sunny days. Mother and Church, Elkhorn. Ky., April 29 Jo.27 So. 23 Wheat is looking reasonably baby doing well So. 79 and 30, 1911, D. V. 10:00pm Mo 21 Messrs. Carlis and Earnest well in this part. 9:00pn We Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill, SATURDAY, APRIL 29. 6:20 pm mo.93 Norris and Rev. D. T. Tarter 10:00 a. m. Devotional ExerNORTH BOUND of Stock ready for use. A large assortment Mrs.. Lillian Rigney purchased Ah. Louisvillb Lv. Lebanon f rain Windows, Doors, Roofing, Colonial Columns. 78am 5:4Sam of John Neat, a nice milk cow aimed to have a big fox chase cises, Wm. Kirtley. o.24 10:15am 7:22am o. 78 Wednesday, but it rained them In fact we can furnish any part or all the 10:15 a. m, The Faith, D. H. 0.23 and calf, for $45. 6:55pm 4:30pm . 8:15 Dm 6.28 pm Io.22 out - so thev started early Thurs - jHowerton. needed for Wood, any grade desired, that is Misses Avis and Ada Walkup, 10:15 am Jo. 92 752am day morning and had a fine chase Nos. 92 and 93 are.Sunu.iy trains only. Building or Repair work. . It will be to your 10:45 a. m. Our Attitude toKate, Frona, and Edith Cooper Interest to inspect our Stock and Prices. ward "The Faith," J. W. Crawwere the pleasant guests of Miss and caught two foxes. Mrs. Eva Cole has been visiting ley. Nona Chapman, last Friday. & Design of the Church Mr. and Mrs. Luther Chapman her daughter, Mrs. Kate Jones, WILMORE 11:15 a. m. Evangelism, T. E. Columbia, Ky, Duward, were Glenville, last week. and little son, W. ja. UIiaraORH, Prop r. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mr. Charlie Traylor was sur- Ennis. s NOON. Table Chapman, of MaGaha, last Sat- prised last Friday evening with Good Sample Roome 1:30 p. m. The Ordinances, W. a nice birthday dinner. urday and Sunday. Feed Stable . Mr. Ernest .Norris is drilling a T. Underwood. Born, to the wife of Loren Reasonable Rates 2:00 p. m. Missions, H. S. well for Messrs.. Evan and Finis Chapman, oh the 27th of March, Robinson. Thurman. GKftDYVILLe. KY a boj . p. m. The Layman's 2:303:15 Messrs. Ed Winfrey and Rollin Born, to the wife of John Neat Cole bought two calves from Mr. Attitude Toward His Church on the 26th of March, a boy. (15 minutes each) Webb, of Webb's XJimWalbertfor 28'00- John COMPBNV 1. His Daily Life, F. H. Dur. Mr. C. C. Traylor sold his stave was visiting at N. B. Roads, BLINDS. ham. 1i VETERINARY SURGEON timber ltst week, will work it Cbatman's recently. 2. His Attendance Upon the Largest Wholesale Sash and ' Door House Mrs. J. E. Burton and daught- up this summer and fall. Services, Samuel A. Bright. J in the South. Charlie Shive is getting in a er, of Watson, are visiting at J. 3. His Support, Dr. J. L. Atvery low stage of health, he can Send your orders to us for prompt shipment F. Neats, this week. kinson. hardly walk across the house, has and good goods. If We appreciate them. 3:15-4:- 00 4 p. m.Kentucky BapProf. Tobias Huffaker has that terrible disease, consumption closed his school, and returned tists and Temperance, S. P. E. L, HUGHES Miss Mary Coffey has been vis-- Stapp, C. S. Harris, G. home to be with his family for Paul! A iting her sister, Mrs. Cleave Smythe. INCORPORATED Special Attnetin fo Eyes several months. Jones for the past two weeks. l. Spavin or any sur 7.00 p. m. Evangelistic Service. Fistulo, Welby and Leslie' Messrs. gical work done at fair prices 1 am SUNDAY, APRIL 30. well fixed to take care of stock. Mon Shepherd have returned home What the April Woman's Home R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec I ey due when work is done or stock U. G. HARDWIC, Pres. J. H. COCKE, V. Pres. 9:30 a. m. Sunday School. from a flying trip to Illinois. removed from stables. Companion Contains. 10:30 a. m. The Sunday School LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. Reedy Chapman spent SaturThe Aprilanumber of Woman's an Evangelistic Force, W. W. 0NBURKSV1LLE STREET. day and Sunday at home. Home Companion is brimful, Ingram, Garnett Graves, James Mrs. L. B. Rigney has been 1889 INCORPORATED 1861 ESTABLISHED pressed down and overflows with Garnett. visiting her parents, Mr. and the spirit of Easter. It is a riot of 11:15 a. m. Evangelistic SerMrs. F. I. Ingram, of Cane ValH. joyousness, of frilly Easterfrocks vice. DEALERS IN ley. of new spring hats, of gardens, Attoney-At-La2:30 p. m. Christian StewardENGINES. ECJLERS, SAW MLIS. music, verse and entertaining ship, R. F. Jaudon. 1& Will practice m Nell. MILLS GRIST MILLS, this andadjoining counties. fiction. But nnderneath the spark- 7:00 p. m. Evangelistis SerLOUISVILLE 1301 THIRTeeNTH-Mftl- N. Quite a number have colds and le and lightness of the suf ace at- - vice. Kentucky, Jamstown, : lagrippe at this place, but all are tractions of this magazine lies SPECIAL MUSIC. SMOKESTACKS, the splendid k better. of all its These meetings are open to . Mr. J. D, Lowe, the shoe helpful departments and strong everyone and ojjpootunity will be drummer, of Columbia, visited special articles. given for discussion of the subSheet Iron and Tank Work FTA mm The fiction in the April jects by other brethern than merchants at this place rethe cently. mmmm .mmWLmmn Woman's Home Companion in tnose wnose names appear on hVH mmmmmWrnmrnmMu BfiSsHjSe mmmmmmmmmW9mWMfc Mr. J. H. Mann, Jr., and wife cludes the second part of "The the program. spent Saturday night and Sunday Flight of the Magic Carpet," a JOBBING WORK SOLICITED H. S.Robinson, Committee charming story of love, adventure at S. R. Walkers. R. F. Jaudon, A ' Kinds of Machinery RepairtdMr. Willie Walker has been an( a motor car by C. N. and A. M. Williamson. "Mrs. Benson'? quite sick for a few days. By The Bachelor Girl. Brains" by Annie Warner, a Mrs. Bertha Coomer and Miss homely little tale of a mother Ethel Coomer spent last WednesThe spider who boasts about who thought she had very little day at R. C. Pulliam's. "brains" but proved the contrary her web is a long time catching Rev. C. Glaize will fill his api 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD other contributors are Marv the fly. pointment at this place Saturday The girl and the place don't Heaton Vorse, Maude Radford We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long night and Sunday. as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights Warren, Grace M. Sissons and make much difference to a .man Mr. T. T. Bell and sister were Louise Forsslund. and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. if he happens to have the time. in Edmoton last Saturday. SB INCH Fnrn!n An- Easter Sermon by Dr. Any article, even a husband or Somen Sunday School will be organ- Charles E. Jefferson, Pastor of a wife, becomes worn and dull ized at this place, Sunday the 2nd the Broadway Tabernacle, New and loses all its pristine beauty 42 INCH of April. 7 34INCH York City is one of the features and attractiveness after a few HENRY, WATTERSON 7 fxliiWi Mr. L. C. Walker spent a few of the April Woman's Home years. v v mkr h k h kkk 26inch aaa aaa aaa a mw Editor. days at Edmonton last week. Companion. This number also con- Choosing a husband is like ibinchVVVj Mr. C. S, Bell and wife have tains an Easter hymn by Richard choosing a hat; it is so hard to We Can Furnish You moved back to their farm. We LeGallienne, illustrated by Earl fimi- nnp W - hns sj,vlp"j hpani.v. -, ,, ..V are glad to have them back with Steton Crawford, and an article us ef ulness and durability and yet 4uilK, IH SIX HEIGHTS ELLWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) The Adair County News on equal suffrage, "Why I Want may be got at your own price. us. Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. Mrs. G. E. Nell, of Gradyville, Ballot." Time was when a man A man marries when he is and the spent last week with her parents scorned to read a woman's maga- tired of play; a woman when she zine: That time is long past and Mr. and Mrs. John Rose. is tired of work. Is it any wonder 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Weekly the "man of the house" will be Mr. M. F. Sparks, the hustling that most married people appear Louisville, Ky. keenly interested in Mrs. John D. to have "that tired feeling?" stock trader, of Red Lick, was in Adams' article on ''Furjjiture this community one day last week "Courier-Journ- al When a man has done anything The Roundup. Church in the country has been Making," which includesa design buying hogs. He bought ten from particlarly atrocious he loves to organized in Somerset, Mass., with working drawings of a comhears of a lawyer One never C. C. Kinnaird, and eight from T. go about calling himself a "iool ; " with thirty-fiv- e members. fortable porch swing. Both One Year going to law on his account. T. Bell, paying in a dollar of the g Spring and gen- it makes him feel so moral and Of the 24,000 Indians of South A wise wife never quarrels the market, eral overhauling will lose its ter injured and irresponsible. are members of pay Dakota, one-hajrlth her husband just before Messrs. E. L. and James Ham- rors for the young housekeeper For $1.50 . It is difficult for a girl to dethe Episcopal church, and one in day. ilton were here, from Edmonton if she will read and put into prac- cide whether to marry a soul-ma- te A man may be working for all every six is a communicant. week. who will feed her vanity tice the "First Principles" of A catch with which a window last lie is worth and not be worth We can also give liberal this important subject, compiled and her sentiment or a middle-age- d may be locked open at any desired much at that. Sugar Grove. ball man who will feed her combinatio'n rate with Daily by Mrs. Christine Terhune Her-ricWhen some people say they height contains a fusible link or Sunday Courier Journal. did their best we are glad it connected with a weight to close It is possible to enjoy the on real food; Bad colds and lagrippe have Comwasn't their worst. It is much more comfortable to Write Courier-Journ- al the window in event of excessive been very serious in this neigh "comforts of home"even though how glad a You can always tell the awful hour of stocktaking be considered a "little deviF'and pany, Louisville, Ky., for heat. borhood for several weeks. is to see you by the way he man and renovation is at hand, we are get a credit mark every time you free sample copy of edition Mrs. Susan Garrett has been shakes hands. Saw Mill for Sale. told in the April Woman's Home do anything right, than to be you desire, but be sure t very sick for for several days. Beware of the man who is Companion. Little gardens and ashamed to admit that he earns A saw and grist mill for sale, every Mrs. D. T. Tarter had a very big gardens, flower and vegetable considered an "angel" and get a send your subscriptionorder lus bread by the sweat of his thing complete. New 50 H. P. boiler. bad spell of heart failure a few gardens they all have a corner black mark every time you do to this paper NOT to the Ellis Bros.&Campbell,Pellyton, Ky. lirow. nights ago. Courier Journal. in this splendid Easter number." anything human. ' 2t. first Portuguese Babtist The We are having Attention! Mrs. Eula Traylor is on the sick list at this writing. a few nice! Program. L. & N. Time Card In eCect Monday. Dec 31. 1208. SOUTH BOUND An. Lebanos Lv. Louisville 9:42am 7:00am 10:M am 8:15 am 7:40 pm 5:05 pm I Sandusky Co. HOTS, First-Clas- w Ay Sash. Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. -- 5. D. Crenshaw : ! I 00., ""' " Poll-evi- W. T.Pyne Mill & Supply Co. . jvimiiWiGfiTS i mflcniisTs FEED Joseph Stone, w , j bed-roc- i , nBwl i Why Not Read The ELLW00D WIRE FENCE Courier lllllm n7w77wm f fff MADE - Journal? j tw -- ,- -, -- 9 DEHLER BROS., -- house-cleanin- lf k. .- - THEIJADAIR COUNTY NEWS Eddy Texas. j I basket, I will try to write again G. P. C. in the future. Toria. On March 18, 1911, Mr. A. D. Worn Women Women, worn and tired from overwork, need a tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness will not leave you of itself. You should take Wine of Cardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women. Thousands of women have tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great benefit it has been to them. Try it don't experiment use this reliable, d medicine. oft-trie- iifs RTote: J 33 Toi&ie Mrs. Eena Hare, of Pierce, Fla., tried Cardui and afterward "I was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble, had pain in iny side and legs, could not sleep, had shortness of breath. "I suffered for years, until my husband insisted on my trying Cardui. The first bottle gave me relief and now I am almost well." Try Cardui. 'Twill help you. Editor News: Thinking perhaps a few items from this place would be of some interest to some of my old friends I will endevor to write a few. Eddy, is' situated in what is known as the Black Waxy Belt, of the State, 20 miles South, of Waco, and 16 miles north of Temple, on the main line of the M. K. &T. R. R., and has a population of eight hundred people. There ore three nice churches in the town, Baptist, Methodest and Christian. We have two good schools, one public and one pri- vatejtwb States farm Banks, Dry good stores, fine grocery stores, two drug stores, two barber two Hotels, one livery stables, one auto Garagie and quite a number of handsome resi- dences as nice as will be found in any place. The town is sup-- ! plied with an abundance of good artesian water, by an system. We also have a splendid telephone exchange,and last but not least we have the best class of people in the world. up-to-da- Patton was called to exchange worlds. He had been sick for cante a while and seemed to suf- - I f er very much in spite of all that loving hands could do. He was perfectly willing to meet the up" death summons, and said he was Response, Frank Hughes. 2oing where he had a number of Minutes of thelfreemans meet-- : , Jl .! J!' J ana a aarnng DaDe, wmen ;nfr rMj inenus had been carried home long ago. SUBJECTS FORjDISCUSSION. i I a great deal about the war cry in Mexico. It is about all the Program of the Musical Asso- - talk here. I don't know wheath-ciation to be held at Pleasant er we will have to go or not. We Grove school house, the second may get to go late We have no Sunday in April beginning at' orders yet but we are very 8:30 o'clock. anxious to get a whack at those Song led by A. G. Hill. greasers, but I fear that we will Scripture lesson, I. M. Grim- - not be called out as we are so far sley North and Stationed on the Welcome address, Sara Walk-- , canadian border, never-the-leProgram. ( i j ss j we are ready for anything -- that WV. .1 1 V 1 ; How interest the young people: three daughters and six grand in music? I. M. Grimsley. He leaves a loving companion, j j , AT ALL DRUa STORES j j te I Hr. ' . S. Bunbar BUILDING. 40, RING ! Res" 'Phone 29' 0ffice 'Phone 40" j iDentist 3. ! Dr. James Triplen Dentist. V OFFICE, .FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES' "PHONE NO. JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK' COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY ! . UC Ci M I m. sj ih--xf Em a Esarf' a HENRY.WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1.00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL II A0A1R COUNTY BOTH ONEfYEAR f if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, $6.1 12.01 Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. is 3SS3 k wagS)) 0S ??xsxj5(sD & Pickett' Tobacco " Warehouse INDEPENDENT C. A. BRIDGES '& Co. PROPRIETORS Four Months Storage Free Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky. CHAS. A. BRIDGES W. G. BRIDGES Give us a trial. We Guarantee to Please you Table su pplied With the.Best the MarketAffords Meals, 35c MILLEN HOUSE. M. D. MILLEN & CO., Proprs Located on Railroad St., one square east of L. & N. Station v Lebanon, - Kentucky. fraternal orders are represented, the Masons, Odd Fel- lows, Knights of Pythias, Wood-- , . men of the world and Modern Woodmen, all have strong lodges here. We raise corn, cotton, oats, millet and all kinds of vegeta-bles, however it is a better cot Lord was there pouring out His van; as it ought to be.Jas.Kems. ton country than any thing else, blessings on His children, and Cole Camp. Song, God be with you till we so the most of the land is plant- they were made to shout his meet again. praise. We have not the gift of" ed in cotton. j D Mesdames. Nannie Cole and It has been very dry here for tongue to express our heartfelt Benediction. Emma Nixon spent last Monday 3 years, but we have had five thanks for being permitted to W. C. Bryant, ( with Mrs. Kate Fletcher. rains recently, and now have the mix and mingle our voices A. G. Hill, Committee. Mrs. Minnie Keen and prospects for a good crop gether with them. The Lord J. F Turner, ( daughter, Annie, and Miss Ella was with them and backed them that we have had for Fort Brady, Mich. Baker spent one day last week Corn is up large enough to plow, ' with the holy spirit and they with Mrs. Mary Parrish. and some of the farmers are were made through the Divine Editor News: Misses Maud and Myrtie Cole 1 )ve of our Lord and planting cotton. Savior, Je- As you was kind enough to The writer had the pleasure of sus Christ to deliver interesting print a few lines that I contribut- - were shopping in Burkesville entertaining in his home for a sermons both day and night. ed to your press some time ago, last Tuesday. Miss Ida Fletcher spent last, short time only, one of his old May God strengthen the minis- - j,,nfi - t v,oVP ; Vw rPt,irnprl fvnm a.'WWMAAWVA A Wl J friends, Mr. Strong Hill, of Gra- - ters, and help them in their work a short visit at my home in Adair week with Mrs. T. T. Baker. dyvilie, whom we had not seen that there may be much good ac- - county, where I meet with many Miss Bessie Black, of Creels-o- f for 21 years, and we want to say complished through, and by my old friends who gave me a ooro is spending a few weeks ' that we were very glad to meet them. hearty welcome and in review o with her sister, Mrs. Doxie Bahim, and very sorry that his stay the fact that some of my rela-- 1 Program. could not be longer. Come.again and friends asked me to MefK- - CirVls Norris and ( Vmvlia TT'lorphor uronf fr Pair Y . . , ,, ,. .. an Qf Fiffch gunday meeting Qf pen a tew Jmes to your much T. Tarter's. on Big Renox. last . want to, ior i assure you tnau Second North Concord . associotion read paper for publications, so Wednesday night for a fox race. you have lots of friends in this to be held with Free Union at this time I have a few spare part of Texas that will always be), andtfiey.had no race, church on Saturday and Sunday moments and nothing to do but:" ramed' glad to see you. We are always 2g meditate, and my mind carrks but reported a nice supper. and 3Q of 19U glad to meet any of our boyhood AIr- - Gordon Cheatham is on the i. uevotionai exercises, iu a. me back to old forgotten meno: sick list at this writing. friends. There are quite a num-- 1 m. iesofthe Blue Grass state and ber of Kentuckiant. in this part Miss Mattie Winfrey was in 2. Our association and its to those whom I have learned to the Warriners and Marshalls, needs, J S. Wade and Aaron love and honor from childhood, Bakerton last Tuesday on bus-of Creelsboro, W. L. Taylor, of and my recent but seemingly ' iness. Wilson. Glensfork, Tom Moore and Tom Miss Ruth Thomas is confined 3. Denominational literature, short visit has seemed to rekinble Bohanan, of Grady ville, Logan M. T. Grime and J. M. Williams. the flames anew, and as I sit to her bed with grippe. Vaughan and the Coffey boys, of here tpninght I can recall many A crowd of younff folks sur 4. The Bible plan of forgiving and we all, or irost Jamestown, things that happened in earlier ppiaed Mis8 EHa Baker on her ke one another, C. L. Bradley and days that had become almost of us take the News, and the 2ist of- March. first thing we read are tVe' W. P. J. Wilson. gotten. So while the night be-- 1 Those pre3ent were as follows: MORNING 10 letters from the nearest SUNDAY sanctificationO'LOCK. - gins to Tall and the black robed Misses Bess:e Bakei Hytie 1. Bible and modplace to our home, conse- -' messenger of darkness is steadi - Yolmg, Willia Wood. Annie ern sanctification compared, J.O. quently, the writer always looks ly but surely stealing the twilight ,Keenj Lor Begaie and Mary for the Owensby letter, 'as that Sutherland and C. L. Bradley, of its beauty, I am sitting here Fjetcher; Messrs. Daring Cole 2. How to secure better discip-agin- e is nearest my old home. I im-- j looking out in the gloomy dark-- j andEIva Baker she was the y now I can see the boys as line in our churches, J. R. ness. I cant help but ponder recipienfc ofmany nice presents, gather at Moore's school der and E. G. Wilson. over the happy scenes of boy Her cousiri) Migs Bessie Bakei 3" How to develP a neater to attend Sunday School house, hood and I can't he'p hit feel a a social that nfehL A11 interest in Sunday school work, you all know long ago. Those days are ,T m 0- . of ,, , , little blue, for as T -nt reported a nice time. gone where are all of the boys I tnere is a great difference in the Misses Selva Coffey, Hannie and J. b. Wade. frozen north and the Sunny The Hayne3, Collins, Simer, w,lcil , w Committee. South. When I left dear old and Lura Jones were the guests E." J.' Walters Reeses, Paynes, Claytons, Kentucky the weather was very of the Misses Fletcher Thursday. Saved His Mother's Life. Moores, Wolfords, and to wind Messrs. E. W. Thomas and D. "Four had given me up," writes Mrs. up with Sam Rowe and Joe Cof- Laurr Gaines, of Avoca, La., "and my beautiful, but when I reached R. Wood made a trip to Breed- children and all my friends were lookfey, who never failed to be late, here I found snow four feet deep' ing 0ne day last week, ing for me to die, when my son insisted and would come in with a gang that I use Electric Bitters. I did so, and and" fifteen degrees below zero, 1 FOXES WANTED. It is very cold here tonight and of old hungry hounds, in order they have done me a world of good. will always praise them." Electric Bit- the wind is blowing fierce, but J2.00 to 32 50 Grey and Red Foxes to rabbit hunt as they returned ters is a priceless blessing to women .Wto 1.00 the snow will go rapidly now as Saulrrels 73 to 1J25 home. Well Mr. Editor, please troubled with fainting and dizzy spells, Coons spring is speedly approaching. backache, headache, weakness, AndEspresi. find enclosed check, to pay for a or kidney disorders. Use The Barren fields and trees will Send name of your txpressi office In firs them and gain new health, strength and of the Npws, as we letter. continuance come to life and everthing vigor. They're guaranteed to satisfy or soon W. T. HODGEy. get along without it, money refunded. Only 50c at Paull Drng will seem more home like. could not Box 233 Co. Campbells llle I suppose you have heard' Well and if this escapes the waste All the ! i Mklnighl in The.Ozarks xirl Vftf oliMrtlA4Z Hiirara QvnA"ui &f Quartette, furnished by Drewy lC,Hy City In.f COU(?he1 'hed. He was in the mountains on the advica Moore, of "vedocto h kd Should vocal music be taught umption, bat found no help in the etf-in common schools, J. V.Dudley, ' mute, and started home. Hearing of Dr. God. Kin'& New Discovery, he began te i Miss Pearl Hindmah. Brothers Payne and'Scott have Transpositions by Flats, Tuck-- ( it. "I believe it saved my hfe, "he writes ..for roan of just closed out a weeks meeting er Grimsley John Burton. By lean it made &newwork acain." w that now do good For at Mt. Pleasant church with sharps, Ruel Cabbel. all lung diseases, coughs, cokte. la grippe asthma, croup. whooDinr cooara. hav eleven conversions, and leaving The Singing school as it wast fever, hemorrhages, hoarseness or qmn- some on the anxious seat. It when I was a boy, I. M. Grim-the best knovvn remedy. Price s 1 ouc and sl.ou. J. rial bottle tree, uuar-was a wonderful meeting. The sley; as it is now. Taylor Sulli anteed by Paull Drug Co. ' j children, besides a host of friends. May the angels of mercy hover around his mourn-shopinS friends and comfort them in fcheir trouble. Companion weep not. and trust in the Lord, for it wil1 not he long until you will clasP hands with him on the Danks of sweet Deliverance, Children obey the Lord, for tner is not dead, but lives with Him who said; "I am the resur-- ! rection and the life." Grand children who are not prepared, meet him around the throne of s, fa-wat- j Why the old people learn to sing? A. G. Hill. The influence of music, W. C. Bryant. Song led by Miss Dennie Grimsley. Singing as a part of religious worship, H. L. Thompson. Why teachers should attend musical associations? open eomes up and are onIy awaiting ordprs w - pmiM rrat- roafiv tn " " -- "" ""J move on a few hours notice and it would be joyful news if we could get orders to go at once. Well as the fall of night ceedth and the wind howls desperately outside and I can not chink of a great deal more to say, shall bi'ing this short message to a close by wishing success to the Adair County Newa and its many readers. Very Respectfully, William R.' Harrison, Go. H. 26th In, er wtoi j sv-it- I I to-be- st ye--irs- . j ' w A. ' er-tiv- es ,, ' -"- --"- -- ; ; i . : , j ' ' j j i . i for-!birthd- ay - j ; j j ' Gri-the- i , I - . , 'e I ! j j t debili-constipati- -- -- - iA.;J - &, ,- -, 8 Gradyvillc. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS National Baak of Columbia, was qiaiuiiiiiluiuiaialaUiiiitiiuiiaiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiillaiiUiiitiip in the mercantile business here - .C. O. Moss .lattendedFiscal with Messrs. J. A. Diddle and J. .i&'i Oiirt at Columbia one day last D. Walker. There was a report circulated that a certain party week. town at that time Charlie Sparks is building his living in this had made a skeleton key that new residence at this time. would lock and unlock their busi- The weather continues a little ISaft.' AwF7Mi sKvraHy ViTMiMCMy ness house, and the said person damp. was seen by different persons to V$3j! ? A. Diddle spent last Friday ss?te.mmA&m J. go in and out of sale house on Saturday at Greensburg and and various occasions, and this report Campbellsville. caused the arrest of this suspi' Misses Walker, of the L. W. T. cious person and he was arrain- f S. Columbia, visited the family ed before the bar of justice and 3 of Mr. J. D. Walker last Satur- - the proof was not sufflcientto 2 day and Sunday. 'condemn him and hewas ac-- 'C This noted Saddle Stallion will make the present season ' The conjugul"kriot Gwas;"tied quitted. On last ThursdayMr. :3 at Grady ville, Ky., and will serve mares at the low price of $15.00 to insure a mare with foal. Jordan is in last Thursday and Sunday.be- - iElemer. Keen, who owns the1 r fine shape, looks like a colt. He is so well known that j tween Miss Hill and Mr. Mooney- JUniUin. TrVrk.rv Miici novHr TCTpr he needs no introduction to the public. He is known C ham, and Mrs. Wilsonand Mr. ed was sawing out the weather from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean. Jordan has Brown, all of the Weed communi-- ; boarding preparatory for putting sired from 50 to 100 colts every year for 14 years, and Z ty. in a new door and he came across most all of them have been sold from weanlings to 4- - Z year-old- s at from $100 to $2,000. There has been a The hickory business at this a skeleton key. Goe. H. Nell goodly number of them sold from 500 to $1,000. There r place is largely on the increase. was present and the circumstance Thousand Dollars paid to Looks very much like f atIthis came to his mind to once andhe ' 3 has been over One Hundred the people of Adair and joining counties for this horse's z time that Messrs Baker and Mor- made the remark that there was colts. rison will do a good business. the key that the person used in I will also stand NOBLE PEACOCK, a son of Air. Guy Breeding, formerly locking and unlocking the store, Jordan Peacock, on the same terms as Jordan Peacock it was taken to the store that f Elida, New Mexico, isswith us NOBLE is a very fine young horse. He was shown in ; the Parfcy was accused of going two rings at the Columbia Fair, last year and won each for a few days, in the photo- time. There were 8 entries in one ring and Noble won graph business, and the outlook into and it was found to be a the blue tie. His first dam was by Artist Jewel, 2nd ; at the this time is far.a good perfect fit to lock and unlock dam by Cromwell Denmark, 3rd dam by Artist 75. said house. business. From the above breeding you will see there is no better ; Mr. and Mrs. L. C. JHindman bred one living than NOBLE PEACOCK. ; Russell Springs. Columbia, accompanied by of I will also stand 2 fine Jacks, HIGHWAY and their daughters, visited relatives BLACK DIAMOND at $10.00 to insure a mare with I Dr. Asa Hatfield is here for a foal. Highway's colt won the blue at the Columbia Z and friends here last Saturday few days. Fair last year, and several of them sold for $100 at night and attended church at Misses Martha and Mallie Mur weaning time. These are the best Jacks that I have Union on Snnday. ray, of Sewellton, was shopping I ever seen in Adior County. Gov. J. R. Hindman of Colum with our merchants Friday. BLACK DIAMOND is under 3 years old. Every bia, in company with hs brother, one that has looked at him say that he is the best one Mr. Logan Wilson is slowly reWilliam, was in our midst last they have ever seen. ; covering from a serious illness. Money due in all cases when the mare is traded Thursday. The Gov. remained Mr. and Mrs. Dan Clark visit(Plug mares will not ; or moved from the neighborhood. over with us for a day or so, we ed Mrs. Clark's parents here j be bred to this stock.) are all made glad when the Gov. 25 cents per day or pasture after April j Sunday. Mrs. Clark remained Feed at conies for he is very interesting ; 20th at 50 cents per week. several days, Mr. Clark returned in his conversation. Respectfully, g; to Columbia Monday. . .i- t , v have-taken ess i.- - exexexsxsxs 1 charge of PHELPS BROS. HOTEL and will endeavor to run same to the satisfaction of old arid 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. $ 15-" . Jordan Peacock. J. H.'Phelps. I - r fertilizer: We have on hand a large stock 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. ! j ! JONES, COFFEY & SON. COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS THE FARMERS INSURANCE It has 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 J. was the Bank roof this week. WilColumbia Wednesday. liam understands how to put ii Miss Carrie Bradshaw of Mont-pelion. is attending school here. Mrs. Kate Montgomery and Mr. Walter Goff and Robert her daughter, Elizabeth, of Columbia, spent a day or so the Follis, of Columbia, were here first of the week visiting the r Sunday. parents at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Rounds have reThe singing at this place cc: -- moved to the Jas. Wilson cottage ducted by Prof. R. Cabbell of near the college. Joppa, is largely attended and W. H. Eady of Monticello was Prof, says this is one of the in our town Saturday and Sunthe finest classes he ever taught;both day. old and young are hartily in the Mr. Eldridge Montgomery is work. If you want to hear some now assisting in the supply good music give us a call any house. night next week you desire. Miss Jennie Wier is on the sick Mr. S. R. Walker, the list. tobacco dealer and busiMessrs. Pearcy and Dalton, R. ness man of. ,NelI, was in our S. A. Students, were called to midst one day last week and inthe death-be- d of their brother formed us he was on the marand brother-in-laMr. Pearcy, ket a gain for tobacco. Notwithnear Horse Shoe Bottom. standing his loses on the first Geo. Staples and Virgil Gris-soshipment was considerable. traveling men were here We trust the last purchases of all the tobacco dealers will pull them. Wednesday and Thun t Mrs. Knight of Jamestown, even in their losses. The fire alarm was turned on was trading with our merchants in our city last Tuesday after- the first of the week. noon abDut sunset, and the news Gentry's Mill. 'Was at once heared that Mr. Robert 0. Keltners house was on Several of our farmers are fire. The bucket brigade was about ready for planting corn, .at the place on time prepared for any emergency, and Mr. John and some will plant when the ground gets dry and warm. The Morrison of Columbia, mounted wheat is looking fine in this comthe two story building to the top munity. at once and found it was only Some dog visited Nancy Wilthe soot burning out of the flue, son's hen house a few nights ago and the crevices in the flue let and ate 57 eggs. The women in the smoke out and the appearthis section think the dog law ance of the smoke coming needs a new clause. through the shingles of the There are several hogs in this building looked very much like community for sale. They don't the top of the house was all on seem to be so scarce since the fire. Glad to say vrewere all price is on the decline. scared worse than hurt. Something like eight years ago Oat3 are coming up cely. We think the fru?t is all killed. when Mr. E. H. Hugees, the n cashier of the First J. H. Alley and Robert Whited C. Mr.. William Sexton is painting Mr. Popplewell in W. L. Grady. g O!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?!!!!!!!!!?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! er $$$ ARWED 3$et highest state of availability, and they are always in Perfect Mechanical condition. For further particulars and prices see our Local Agents, or write W. M. LOWERY, GenM Agt. Science Hill, Ky. well-know- n w, m, This fine Coach Horse will make the season of 1911 at J. C. Browning's barn, near Milltown, and will be permitted to serve mares at the low sum of $10.00 to insure a livingfcolt. ARWED is a fine breeder, and has some of the best colts in Adair County. When a mare is known to be in foal and is traded or sold, thefseason must befpaid. as fine a Jack as there is in this section, will make the season at same place and will serve mares at $6.00 to insure a living colt. He is well known as a breeder and needs no boosting. S. N. HANCOCK WATCH MAKER and JEWELER & JACK CllliSr J. C. OPTICIAN My Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction Office in . J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store. $ e$$$ $ night and Sunday. Elmer Wilson made a business Mr. Ed Nell Conover and Miss trip to the Russell Springs, Sat- Ennie Atchley were married on urday. the 2Gth of March, and W. L. j Smiley and Miss Delia Sullivan - Mrs. Nancy Burton, of MaGa-hvisited her daughter, Mrs. were also married on that date. Mr. Ola Burton was at this G. E. Burton, of this place, last place one day this week on busSaturday and Sunday. a, started for Illinois last Sunday. $fr$ Browning. A REMINDER FOR SPRING You will admit you rejuvina'e your homes by spring cleaning. Why not in spring Rejuvenate your system with a thorough cleansing by using one of these Tried and True Blood Remedies. Nyal's Hot Springs Blood Remedy Per bottle $1.0t " " " Rexall Alterative & Specific l.Ot " " " .83 A. D. S. Blood Mixtore "- " " Quigley Compound Sarsaparilla l.Of one of above iff 6 bottle lots for 5. W. Any '- v W. N.Hoirand Geo. Guider iness. -- well-know- were the guests of Mont Wilson Milt Smiley, the egg andchick- last Sunday. en man, was at this place a few Will Terra, from near Cane, days ago," and took off a nice lot town, was visiting in 'tfiis ' fcbm- - ol each." . i ' im .. munity several days of lasf week. The young chicken crop is on, . W. T. Sullivan and wife visited . and there, ara.lnta' tfnim Vn;. - vvw V4W1U UClUg Mrs. Rachel Bryant Saturday ground to feed them on. ; . " City Hall Pharmacy, v louisville,ky. mm v . b. F. Sauter, Owner. - 3 4 j 7? jfyWtr. J? A.-.- : , T . v ,' itH !$ 4 -c A- JL"'-- 2- ij - ' ill :r v' j f KSM-! ?.