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To My Old Customers. . ll I desire to say to my old friends that ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, As was announced. Rev. J. R. Craw- ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, We three had agreed to spend a day KENTUCKY. I am again in business at the same old KENTUCKY at Green River bridge with a few of ford preached a special sermon directMrs. Corinne Hart, Widowed Sandusky & Co. stand I have a nice line of groceries; our friends, but since the announce ed to the Woodmen of this place, last Farmers Bank of Cane Valley, Plff vs Standard Hardwood Lumber Co. am ready to serve meals, and will buy week, many Sunday night. The organization at- R. A. and M. L. Hutchison, Dfts, Daughter of Mr. G. F. Jones Farmers Bank of Cane Valley, Plff. ment in the News of last have expressed a desire to be present. tended in a body, and others who puff in By virtue of a Judgment and Order butcher stuff. Against Jamestown, Badly When I was in business here a O. W. McAllister and Hence, we have decided to invite all an appearance, filled the entire space of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderDefts ago, I appreciated the trade I reLouisa McAllister his wife Burned. venerans, whether gray or blue, with of the Presbyterian church. The ed at the January Term, thereof, 1911, IN EQUITY. their families, to meet with us on that speaker took for his text the lowly in the above cause, for the sum of ceived. I want all my former customBy virtue of a .ludgment and Order day. We promise that there will be no Carpenter, reciting his life while upon ers to call and see me, I promising to d twenty-eigh- t hundred and thirty-si- x of Sale of the Adair Circuit Court A GREAT speeches to tax your earth, gave emphasis to the fact that dollars and 96 cents with the interes them right. The easing department set SHOCK TO JAMESTOWN. be conducted by Mrs. Rasner, who rendered at the January Term 1911, in patience. Our object is to spend the he was not only the Savior of the world, at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum will perfectly is the above cause, for the following sums, time in a social way. Every old sol- but a mechanic who prided in his work from the I8th day of January 1911, familiar with culinary until affairs. 25-to the following parties viz: Sandusky dier will be expected to give his per- He drew many beautiful lessons from paid, G. T. Rasner. Monday at I o'clock p. m.f a teleand $32.95 costs herein, I shall & Co. 101.25 with interest from Oct. sonal experience as a soldier during the the character of the Carpenter of Nazphone message conveyed the sad news proceed to offer for sale at the CourtMr. J. E. Flowers, who is a finishea f a horrible accident which had just 1st, 1910. Standard Hardwood Lumber Civil War, and each to be limited to 5 areth. He then asked, "What would house door in Columbia Ky., to the workman, is now at Sandusky & Co.'s Co. 81, 13 with interest from April 2nd. minutes, for as a rule there are but few He do if He were here today?" anhighest bidder, at Public Auction, on planing mill engaged in making and re ocurred at tne home of Mr. G. F. of us, either blue or gray, but can tell swering the question by saying that he Monday the 1st day of May 1911, at I pairing furniture. Also making Jons, a prominent druggist at James- 1910. screen Farmers Bank of Cane Valley all hy knows in that length of time. would go about doing good, and would o'clock p. M., or town. thereabout (being doors and windows. He guarantees his His widowed daughter, Mrs. Corinne $2500 with interest from January We intend the day to be strictly a so- oppose every thing that did not have County Court) upon a credit of six work and ask the patronage of thia town interest from for its object the elevation of man, months the following described proper- and vicinity. lart. was in the front yard of the 14th, 1910,and $12.72 with to a credit of cial one. No speaking, no Dec. 31st 1910, subject only the war reminisences of each though he would make no effort to be- ty, kome, raking up and burning leaves. .A certain tract of land in paid Oct. 24th, 1910 and $738 with individual, as this will probably be come conspicuous, but would quittely .Adair county Ky I will sell my farm known as the Piles Her clothing became ignited, and as , on Butlers creek a costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for the last meet of the kind that either of move about, administering to the sick branch of tkere were no other person on the place Green river and contains place, containing over the started, screaming, to the home of sale at the Court House door in Colum- the old veterans will ever attend, the and the afflicted, giving words of con- 130J acres and is the same land convey- acres and one of the beat farms in close er sister, who lives close to the home bia Kentucky to the highest bidder at great majority having reached the Bi- solation to those in trouble. The life ed to R. A. Hutchison by the Wood reach of Columbia. If you want a good of Christ was pictured most beautifully Mosaic Floor & Lumber Co., by deed house and productive land call and see of the victim. Her screams were heard Public Auction on Monday the 15th day ble limit some beyond. of May 1911, at one o'clock p m, or No priviliges will be granted on the throughout. and her sister, Mrs. Wheat and her dated the 2nd day of May 1908 and me. The sermon was not only of great in- - , recorded in daed Book 24 page 271 of krother-i- n law, Mr. 0. D. Smith, ran, j thereabout, being Circuit Court, upon a grounds except possibly one lunch and Richard Dohoney. o terest to the Woodmen, but to all Meeting her. Mr Smith removed his credit of six months the following des- lemonade stand. the Adair county court Clerks office and attended. Before beginning the is bounded as follows, Remember, there pre to be no set oat and smothered the flames, but not cribed propert3' On the Mr. J. O. Russell trausferred two. One store house and lot situated in speeches. Every old soldier in this and discourse, Rev. J A. Johnston read a Htil Mrs. Hart's clothing were burned north by the lands owned by Ray Page building lots, in the Russell Heights from her body. She was picked up and Cane Valley, Ky., which is bounded as adjoining counties, with their families, Scripture lesson, and Rev. B. M. Cur- on the West by the lands owned by J. addition, last week, to Mr. J. L. Mccarried to her father's residence and follows: Said lot fronts on the pike 150 are expected to meet with us, and all rie offered a prayer. Miss Alice Walk- B Absher, on the South by the lands Lean. Consideration not given. Mr. feet and runs back 80 feet, and is bring a basket of grub with them. All er was the organist, and Mr. G. W. owned by .Brack Massie and on the McLean Medical aid summoned. will erect dwellings on these At 2 o'clock Monday the physicians bounded on the North by the turn pike, are expected to help in the matter of Lowe accomdanied her with the cornet. East by the lands owned by Zella Van lots. kad not determined the result, but on the West by Mill Street, on the grub supply by fetching the old time The choir was composed of members of Hoy and being the same land on which Mr. .1. P. Dohoney, Sr., is having his stated that she was most horribly burn- South by the lands of Levi Dulin, and Kentucky Dasket. Of course a string the local Woodmen lodge. the Defendant now resides. on the East by the lands of Thomas band is necessary, and we are anxious ed For the purchase price, the purchaser framing material cut, and in a verr Commencement. She is one of Jamestown's finest Coffey, being same lot conveyed to De- for some gsod singers to get together with approved surety or securities, short time carpenters will commence ladies and it is hoped that she will re- fendants by The Adair County Turn as many as can be found, and rub up must execute Bond, bearing legal in- the erection of his residence, on GreensPike Co. Also a. dwelling house and lot on those grand old war songs of both burg street. Announcements for Lindsey-Wilso- n cover. terest from day of sale until paid, Last Friday she visited her aunts, situated near Cane Valley, Ky. Said lot sides. If any one will volunteer to do Commencement exercises 1911. the force and effect of a Judg The building in which the Paull Drug Field Day Saturday, May 13th. Mrs. Margaret Tucker and Mrs. Kinnie contains about one acre and bounded as this, man or woman, please send us ment. Bidders will be prepared to comfollows, on North and East by lands of your address that we may help you Co , did business, is now being razed, Recital by Junior pupils of Music and ply promptly with these terms. Murrell, of this place, remaining until and in a short time Mr. Loney Sims, Expression Departments, Tuesday afSanday morning. She also has a nu in- Joe Rice, on South by lands of Mrs. E. along a little. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. who has the eontract, will commence Now remember, both' "Yanks" and ternoon, May 16th. in Columbia and C. Page, and on West by the turn Pike ker of other relatives laying brick on the new building Recital Music Department, Thursday living out of town, all of whom being same land conveyed to Defen- "Johnnies" all of them and their sany An Elegant Dinner. dants by J. R. Rice and wife families are to be there at the Mon- night, May 18th. irill regret to read this sad news. Eld. Tobias Huffaker will preach at The proceeds arising from the sale of ument, near the old Green river battle Voice and Piano Recital by Misses Later. Death came at 6:45 Monday Gooden's School-hous- e Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Townsend, of next Saturday Mil liken and Hodges, Certificate Pupils afternoon, bringing more sorrow into the first mentioned, store house and ground of '63. iot, will first be applied to the payment The entire day is to be spent in so- of Music Department, Friday night, Milltown, spread a most delightful din- night. He will also preach at same aore hearts than did any other death ner last Sunday, in honor of Mr. and place Sunday forenoon at 10:30. ia the community for many j'ears. A of Sandusky & Co., debt $100 with in- cial converse with no distinction be- May 19th. kigh minded Christian young woman, terest from Oct. 1st, 1910. Also $125 tween "Johnnie" and "Yanks" a love An Evening of Plays Expression De- Mrs. J. A. Caldwell, whose marriage MEN and WOMEN, 3ell guaranteed notice is published elsewhere in this paclerks fee and costs $19.57. Absolutely no speaking only partment, Saturday night. May 20th. feast possessing a lovable disposition and hose. 70 per cent, profit. Make 510 -The proceeds arising from the sale the old soldiers recollection of war in Commencement Sermon by Rev. A. per. The following persons were pres- daily. Full or part blessed with all the graces that went to time. Beginners of the dwelling house near Cane Valley cidents no ent and partook of the tempting A string R. Kasey, Sunday morning, May 21st. make up a beautiful character passed investigate. Wear Proof, 3038 Chest- will first be applied to the payments of band and good singing of old war songs keyond the vale Graduating exercises, Monday morn- viands: The Standard Hardwood Co., $80.13 The date, Saturday, June the 3rd, the ing, May 22nd W. A. Hindman and wife; Misses nut St., Philadelphia. Pa. To the father who idolized this with interest from April 2nd, 1910. Also Confederate decoration day. All who daughter, and to her loving sisters, Let all fo.rmer pupils return if possi- Pearl Hindman and Mollie Caldmell; W. For Rent. Four rooms on ground S. Hindman and wife; Soley Hindman, $1.25 clerk fees and $19.07 costs. can bring flower3, do so. ble for these exercises. brother and all other relatives, we floor in two story brink building, with R. L. Caldwell, wife and children, Mrs. purchase price, the purchaser For the We would like for all the old soldiers tender our heartfelt sympathy, assurgarden and large barn. Pate Thomas, daughter and son, Otis L. W. T. S. 5 Middlesburg 4. ing those who are weighted ith such with approved surety or securities, must of both sides, who will attend, to notify S. W. Beck. execute bond bearing legal interest us. Moss, Jack Butler, Gobel Butler and 4eep sorrow, that we believe Connne's 3t. Christian life was a passport to the from day of sale until paid, and having The Campbellsville, Lebanon, Liber- . The L. W. T. S. Basa Ball team de- Robin Butler. I have two new wagons, 3J inch, 2 oelestrial city beyond the skies. The force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders ty, Greensburg, Burkesville. Albany, feated the strong Middleburg team last will be prepared to comply promptly Edmonton, Glasgow and Monticello paFowls Ex iuch tier, for sale. Will be sold the funeral services will probably not take Saturday afternoon by the tune of 5 o Barred Plymouth Rock W. A. Coffey, first Monday in May if not sold privatepers will please copy the above, or give 4. The game was place until in the morning (Wednesday with these terms. clusiveiy well played with Egs Eggs. Master Commissioner. ly before that date. Elzy Young. the facts. many brilliant plays on doth sides. The in Hopkins County. Married J, W. Thompson, game was .featured by the pitching o f 15 eggs $1.00, 100 eggs $5.00. I have Attention. J. H. Grady, Mrs. Mont Corbin, who wa3 about Young who was especially strong with E A. Waggener. a fine grade of fowl stock from the thirty years old, died Monday afternoon Mr. James A. Caldwell, a popular men on bases. Much praise can b e Program of an gentleman, a native of the Milltown secgiven the Middleburg. They nave a ciean noted breeders as Pope & Pope, Louis- The interment at Mt. Carmel this afEducational Conference and Fifth ball team and Mrs. Ida H. Paxton, ternoon. tion, Adair county, who has been teach- mass Meeting to be held at the Christhave.a very strong Bat- ville Ky. Roilingburg, Ky. years, ian Church the Fifth Sunday evening Convocation of Superintendents of the tery in Hatter and Wheat, ing at Harrison, Ky., for several Western Kentucky State Normal Schoo was married on the 19th inst, to Miss in thia Month, at 7:30. Mrs. Polly Hubbard, seventy-fou- r On Sunday evening May 7th. there 10 RHE District, and dedication of new Vanme-de- r 1. Tuberculosis, Lucile Wade, a very attractive and popWhat it is, and years old, died in the Mt. Carmel neigh4 6 5 will he held a union service of all the Hall, and Administration building, L. W. T. ular young lady of Hopkins county. what it does, Dr. U. L Taylor. S.0 I 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 I 5 II 4 churches at the Presbyterian church, borhood last Thursday morning. Immediately after the ceremony the 2 Predisposing, and Immediate takes place at Bowling Green, May 3, Batteries Young and Rosenfield Hat- emphasizing the obligations of the 4 and 5th. The dedicatory exercises ter and Wheat. couple left for Louisville, where they causes, Dr. W. F. Cartwright. Fertilizer. Christian citizen, from the standpoint speut two days, arriving at the groom's 3 Tuberculosis in Children, B M. will take place on May the 5th, and Struck out gy Hatter 5 by Young II of the Laymen, the Women and the will have a state wide interest, and will Id home, this county, last Saturday Currie. The famous Read Brand. See Scott earned runs L. W. T. S. 2. Time o f Ministers. ight, where they were given a happy 4. How Tuberculosis may be treated be one of the greatest programs ever game 1:50. Umpire Montgomery, Columbia, Ky. 25 2t Stults. rendered in the history of Kentucky. reception. They will probably remain and cured, J. H. Grady. 1 will grind corn at my mill every 5. How Tuberculosis may be prevent- These exercises and meetings of all m this county several weeks. Mrs S. F. White, who will meet her The last examination for common Saturday I will also sell shingles, and general sessions will be held in the school diploma for the year, will groom is a first cousin of Misses ed, Tobias Huffaker. The be have plenty now for the market, either husband in the south in a week or two, Mollie Caldwell and Pearl Hindman, 6. What is being done to prevent great new auditorium, which is the held in my office May the 12th and 13th. oak or chestnut. is selling household goods remarkably handsomest building in the south. The All pupils desiring to koth of whom went to Milltown to be Tuberculosis, H. C. Baker. cheap. Call and see. High A. McKinley enter the E. Every body is invited to attend these program is a very interesting one from School in September, must be here for present at the reception and to extend a hearty welcome to their new re ative. meetings. The medical profession is first to last. The Governor, the Board this examination. Many should take For a few days 1 will be in Columbia Z. T. Williams will preach at Glen-vil- le We understand that Mr. Caldwell has making great strides now to prevent a of Regents of the Normal. Prof. P. P. advantage of this great opportunity of prepared to do first class view work next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Claxton, Dr. Elmer E. Brown, United securing Also in the afternoon at 2:30. aaade many friends since his stay in Hop- disease rather than to cure it. an education which is free to Home pictures, family groups, post States Commissioner of Education, and all. Come and make yourselves kins count', and that himself and bride rtady cards, etc. Miss Erlene Grissom, little daughter ,other notables will be there. Princi to enter Virginia Coffey, Julia Miller, r were remembered with many useful at the beginning of the Sep High speed work of horses in action of Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Grissom, cel- pals, teachers and friends are urged to tember term. and Jo Wihon were babtized into presents. Pearl Hindman. a specialty; permrnent work and satisthe Babtiat church last Sunday. The News extends its best wishes ebrated her eighth anniversary last attend this great Educational meeting, faction guaranteed. trusting that nothing will come into Wednesday evening. Quite a number and aid in freeing our grand old sta'e Guy G: Breeding. At the Presbyterian church noxt Sun I have a very fine Jersey bull at my their lives as the years come and go, to of small guests were invited to her from the bonds of illiteracy. Parties day, the pastor will preach at the elevHancock Hotel. At farm. Fe 1 00 at the gate. plighted love; and that they home on Water street, and several of ten can get railroad rates at 2 cents en iar their o'clock hour. His theme will be: G. W. Garrison. may live happily long upon the earth, hours were happily passed in juvenile per mile. Let me urge you to take this "The Church and The Fourth District Convention of Civic Righteous were pleasant and profitable trip. I will be composed of the will be a amusement. Refreshments and when old age comes, it the Christian church absent from my office during this meet- ness. All are ir.vited to attend this counties of Adair, Casey, Russell and Air. and Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson have sweet retrospect to refer to the day served. ing. People wishing to see me, call service. This church will join in the Wayne, will be held at Jamestown, Ky. removed to the L. C. Hurt residence, on Those present were: Corine Broodwhen their hearts were made one. mass meeting in behalf of better methProgram will appear in Greensburg street. 8 ing, Frances Reed, Mary Summers, the fallowing week. ods for the suppression of tuberculosis, June in due time. to be held at the Christian church, in these columns Death of a Prominent Physician. Frances Strange, Ella Miller, Mabel Pearl Hindman, Supt. See the program elsewhere of the Rosnbaum, Dora Eubank, Anna Euthe evening. Everybody should attend Stapp and family have Bible Institute at Zion to be held May Mrs. Hattie bank, Louise Frazier and Lucy Last Tuesday morning, in the city of removed from Columbia to the Montpe-lie- r 5th, and 6th. of Campbellsville; Marvin Sinin Bankruptcy. Nashville, Tenn., Dr. J. R. Shepherd, Mr. James C. Hurt, whose home neighborhood and are located on a clair, OthoMiller, Alonzo Summers, Esto, Russell county, was in Louisville, farm Miss Ruth is still in school here I In case of fire, call the exchange. A who was. prominent physician, died', Henry Wilson, Claud Willis, Fred Wil wire from the fire alarm has been ex urrounded by his family and a few s'pe- - lis, Sidney Dunbar, Rollin English and District Court of the United States recently and in company with a num- and her son, Julius, remains in town, tended to the exchange. al friends Dr Shepherd was a very Eudaily Currie. ber of young men went out duck hunt- clerking for Mr. W. L. Walker. Western District of Kentucky. ing. He fired fifteen shots and killed excellent gentleman. In early manhood Lebanon, Ky., April 21st, 1911 Mr. Edwin Hulse has removed from was married to Miss Lula Breeding, twelve ducks, more than all the rest ke Re sure and attend the missinary "j In the matter of I xdaughterof Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Breedkilled together. He told the boys when meeting at Gradyville, begining next West Virginia, and is located at ColumMr. S. H. Rexroat, writes us from R. A. Cooley & Brother Baknrupts starting that he was not a duck hunter, Satuday, last over Sunday. No preach- bus, Ohio. ing, who live at Breeding, and to them Hewitt, Okla., enclosing his subscripRobert A. Cooley and J Henry Cooley were born, all living. He but would go long and see them do the ing at the Columbia Methodist church four children J M. Campbell sold Bob Nance, Taytion to the News. He says that he left Creditors of said bankrupts are noti- killing. is also survived by his wife. At the his old home, in Russell county, twenty-tSunday. next lor county, a pair of mules for 400. time of his marriage he was a citizen of wo years ago, but that he hears fied that they were on the14th of April At-thAllen county Several years ago he re- from formor friends nearly every week 1911 so adjudicated and the first meeting A good work horse for sale. April term vof the Clinton Cirfash Prices for this week only. 3 M. L. Grissom. moved with his family to Nashville through the News. He also states of their creditors will be held at the cuit court, eighty indictments were reCo , Stringless bean's J he became prominent as a physi- that he often meets Russell county peo- office of H. S. Robinson in Campbells- turned. Six men were sent to the pen- pound can Scott inhere j cian. He was a victim of heart trouble ple in Oklahoma, as there are many ville Ky., on May 8th A. D. I9II at ten itentiary as follows: George Wallace, 4 for 25c. Lenox Soap 6 for 25c. Never Out Of Work. ' The busiest little things ever made-arBallard & Miller. Mr. Tt. P. Breeding and Mr G. W. Kentuckians in that State. He takes a o'clock P. M , where the creditors may Ben Piercy, perjury; Dillon went to Nashville and was pres- great delight in reading the letters attend, prove their claims, appoint a Bill Westmoreland, hog stealing; Eph Dr. King's New Lift Pills. Every trustee, examine the bankrupts and do Shelton, Lee Goodman and Less Neal ent at the funeral. globule of health Tnu M pill is a sugar-coate- d mnrninor r C..Ar, fir from Font Hill and Irvin's Store, the all other business proper for said meet- for house breaking. Alvin and Sam changes weakness into strength; section of Russell County where he was B. Adams, of Frankfort, Ky., Secetary that to the Danville brain-fa- g Lee into menFertilizer. reared. He says the Kentucky boys ing. .of the Kentucky Baptist Education languor into energy, jail foraafe keeping, to remain until Society will speak at the Baptist) tal power; curing Constipation, HeadW. J. Lisle, Referee in Bankruptcy who are in Oklahoma are doing well the June term of the Clinton Circuit church. All the members will please be ache, Chills, Dyspepsia, Malaria. Only. Brand. See Scott some are in politics,- others farming, H. S Robinson Atty for pankrupts, The famous Read 25c at Paull Drug Co. etc. t present at that time. Court ifnntfiromerv.' Columbia. Ky. Campbellsville, Ky. few-years long-winde- d, 2t spell-bindin- g, 25-t- f. to-wi- t: two-hundre- d 23-lr- o oth-wh- to-wi- t. to-wi- t: g spell-bindin- g. 14-1- 2" de-Tot- - Anti-Tuberculo- 18-3- m M-bu- rg 123456789 0001110180 12-3- Otho-Mille- 25-2- 16-1- Hen-dricks- on ! e house-breakin- g; e 7-- were-rtransferre- - VD 25-2- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS . APIONEER JOURNEY. Uncle Ben Carter Writes of Wagon Journey to the Southwest, Made in 1851. The writer of this letter and four others which will follow, is a native of Adair county, and a Aalf uncle of Mr. J. N. Coffey, of this place. He left this county many years ago. He now lives at St. Charles, Iowa. Editor News: In the year 1851, myself and three other young men decided to make a wagon journey to the southwest. Inasmuch as times and customs have undergone great changes since that time, I hzve thought ..hat an account of that journey would be of some interest to News readers. Our party consisted of myself and three other young men, all of us intent on seeing the country and having a little fun before f7e settled down to the more se-jio- us problems of life. My home rras then in Lawrence county, Mo., about 200 miles from Kansas City, which was to be our starting point. Two of our neighbors had business to tran- sact with parties living about 50 miles from Kansas City, so they took a spring wagon with them and loaded us in with them and work. (To be continued.) for their trouble they would accept nothing, but our thanks. Tne Poultry House. On arriving at Kansas City, which was then a town of 300 A good type of house to accompeople, we paid 50 cents each modate twenty-fiv- e fowls, or for the privilege of laying on thirty of the smaller breeds the hard floor this was our lodgshould be ten feet long by twelve ing. The town, which is now a feet wide, giving 120 feet of floor great metropolis, then had neispace, or four to five feet per ther church nor school house. fowl; the back four and one-ha- lf About four miles out was the feet high, the front ?ix feet. to . n of Westport. We were inThe peok, or highest point of the formed that a man who lived roof, to be four feet from the there was going to start on a front, making one short and one trip across the plains and wanted long slope to the roof. The to hire a number of men to drive house should face the South, and ox teams. So we went to see the roosts extend across the north this man. Two of our party end, they should be placed about iired out to a man to help dig a three feet from the floor, and the cistern, the other and myself dropping board should be six Trent to see the man, and the inches below them. The door nrst question he asked us was may be either on the east or west whether we used profane lanside as most convenient. The guage. We had to answer in front is the important part, and the affirmative, and were informshould be of plank, one foot ed that no one who swore could above the floor and one foot- - befind employment there. We delow the roof. The intervening cided that we could quit the habopen space should be covered it and hired out at $20 and board. with poultry netting of one inch On the second day out, my partmesh, inside of the house and ner got mad. broke his promise, covering the wire should be a was paid off, and went back curtain of burlap, this curtain home, so of the four who started, can be tacked to a frame and Twas the only one to stay. My hooked up out of the way in the boss was a fine man, a Methodist day time, or can be made to roll preacher, whose name was up for the same purpose. This Alex Majors. He preached evcurtain should be let down at ery Sunday, and never traveled night and fastened, but put up on the Lord's day, when it could to in the day ie avoided. He had a contract penetrate time let the sun the interior. af hauling freight from Kansas ity to Sante Fe, for which he If you wish to keep several received $9.75 per cwt. We hundred fowls, then.a row of 3pent over two weeks in loading houses like this can be set some these wagons with merchandise distances apart, and the space of different kinds, including 200 between them boarded up at the barrels of whiskey. To give back and roofer over, then with jrour readers an idea of the size wire netting at the front makes of these wagons, we could set a scratching shed to each house. Charlotte, N. C. eleven barrels on end on each wagon, then fill up the top part Never Out Of Work. with boxes and other stuff. Our The busiest little things ever made loads weighed from 65 to 72 hun- are Dr. King's New Lift Pills. Every globule of health dred to the wagon. Business pill is a that changes weakness into strength, i?as on the. boom, steamboats languor into energy, brain-fa-g into menpassed up and down the river tal power; curing Constipation, Headache, Chills, Dyspepsia, Malaria. Only every day. I remember two 25c at Paull Drug Co. loads of Mormons that pass-Athrough with about 2,500 Poultry raising can be convensours- on their way to Utah iently and profitably combined to found Salt Lake City. with dairying, fruit growing or Cholera had broken out among gardening. sugar-coated them, and they had about 25 or 30 dead bodies on the lower deck of the boat, and more than that number were dying. The groans of the poor wretches were something not easily forgotten. They landed at Ft. Leavenworth, and from there went across country to Salt Lake. While loading our wagons, I formed an acquaint ance with an Indian that had been educated at Washington, D. C. He was a smooth card player and cleaned up every body who went up against him. I will have more to say of him later. The Delaware Indians had a town just above the boat landing. Each day the young ladies would come down to catch us loading our boats. They dressed pretty much like the whites except in head gear. After our wagons were loaded we drove them ten miles from Kansas City. Next came the branding of the cattle. That was lots of fun and excitement. Each was branded with the letter "M" on the left hip. I presume your readers are all familiar with the methods of branding. The critter was lariatedgby a man on horse back, another lariat around his hind leg served to stretch him out until the hot iron did the an-im- al Farm Life Full of Gayeties. After all the city is not the only place in the country where one may enjoy himself, for according to Mr. Jeremiah G, Kinder, of Kansas City, Kans. , who was in Washington the past week. "Those who think the life of the farmer is a humdrum existence, have not taken into account all the evidence in the case, When harvest time comes the excitement of farm life compares favorably with that of the 'Great White Way.' Out in Kansas, when the grain begins to ripen the automobile becomes not only a life but a crop saver. With the first flush of rosy dawn the farmer cranks up his machine and hies himself to the nearest railroad station, where he and half a dozen others enter, into strong competition in the exciting task of picking tramps off the bumpers of the incoming trains, for immediate use in the harvest field. In some sections Dr. B. F. Taylor. the first farmer to say "Peck-a-bobecoming interested." " 7:30 "Sermon or Address" J. W. Nelson. I see you,' to a ticketless April 30 9:30 a. m. "Sunday School" Brain Leaks. traveler is entitled to him, while Superintendent in others the bodily possession is ." "10:30 " "The Sunday School and Missions" advice were bread few would the test of proprietorship. If If Black, Campbell and Pangburn. that doesn't beat the frivolities be hungrv. " " 11 " Sermon B. M. Currie. Life is like a cisteon it must and excitement of your amuseCommittee The Pastors. ment parlors, I do not under- be filled if we get anything out of it. stand your taste." are-theio, again his hobby of good roads. "Good roads, said the Senator has become a notion wide movement of so great importance that the people all through the mid- Columbia; Cane Valley, Glensfork and Gradyville dle West are taking it up with Charges, M. E. Church, South. enthusiasm. The improvment of the highways is not only an economic but a social question as To be Held at Gradyville, April 29 and 30, 1911. r well, Farmers earnest support to the movement because they realize that good April 29, 10 a. m. Devotional and Statements of Purpose roads promote social intercorse Chairman. and give their children an oppor" " 10:30 a. m. iMissions: "A Survey of Home Field" tunity to mingle with their neighT. J. Campbell. bors as they never did before. " "10:45 " " "A Survey of Foreign Field" The boys and girls on the farm G. W. Pangburn. when they know th ey can get " Sermon or Address "11 J. F. Black. back andforth from their homes, " "2 p. m. Educations and Missions: "How, When Why?" are not so inclined to yearn for R. R. Moss. city. Farmers on roads that " 2:30 have been improved tell me that "The Laymen and Missions" C. O. Moss. "3 their lands have been increased "The Missionary Committee and their Duties" $10 an acre in value. N. B. Stephens. " 3:15 "The automobile of course has " "The Women and Missions" had a great deal to do with the Mrs. J. O. Russell and Mrs. B. M. Currie. increased interst in the road " 3:45 "General Discussion and Questions" question, Millionaires and men Led by P. W. Moss. of prominence who never before " " 7:15 "Columbia District and Missions" gave highways much thought are Missonary Program i ttUUUMUMlMIUHllUliMUliniUIMMIUHlUliUHlMMI Whatever else may happen to Medical Program. me . prey that I may grow old The Adair County Medical Society gracefully. will meet in Columbia, on Friday May Those who are always looking Ilth, 1911 2nd Friday at 10 o'clock, at which the following program will be for the worst of it seldom need rendered: the aid of spectators, 55 Eczema, William Blair, Glensfork. County Board of Health, U. L.tTay-lor- , It would take more thai nine S Columbia tsilors to make men out of some Reciprosity between the States, C. Russell, Columbia. The Medical defense fund, Simpson J. Simmons, Gradyville. Is Consumption Contagious? Edmond Arthur Waggener, Columbia. t, Is Consumption curable? W. F. Columbia. Is Consumption Hereditary? John H. Grady, Columbia. Is Antitoxin a Success? S. A. Taylor, Montpelier. We hope to have a full attendance, and have new life put into our society Let every body attend, and make a full hand. Remember the date. U. L. Taylor, Program Committee. M. Cart-wrigh- Money is and Everything. I ight I z E fellows we know. H And we all mustjjeconomize by buying where we can get the lowest PRICES an any I'm mighty close to fifty but I yet envy the small boy who is always the first one to go bare footed in the spring. When we learn to keep sweet while discussing politics we will find our partisanship a mighty small quantity. There i s something wrong with the loyalty of the citizen whose blood dosen't run a bit faster when the home team wins i3 i 1 WOODSON LEWIS H GREENSBURG, KY. I 1 The Great Green River Merchandise 1 Distributor Offers pure Hog Lard 50 lb Tins at $5.50 44 Hogless Lard 50 lb Tins $4.49 Highest Grade Fancy Patent Flour 65c 241bs i And maybe your boy dosen't "The outlook at present is that! like to stay at home because his preperations are being made to room is a stuffy attic, while his plant as large a crop, in general sister's is the breezy front bedof tobacco in the United States room with every comfort therein as is, usual, except; in some few If We Should Go To War. sections. In the dark tobacco sections of Kentucky and VirginThe standing army of the Uniia there is at present a general ted States coprises 15 regments feeling to plant a larger acreage of calvalry 765 officers and 5 than last year. The product of enlisted men 6 regiments of these sections has been selling field artillery 236 officers and for satisfactoy prices to the enlisted men a coast artillery farmers, and the 1910 crop is crops 170 comprnies 672 officers virtually out of the hands of the and 18,321 enlisted men 30 reggrowers. The activity that hap iments of infantry 1,539 officers prevailed among the buyers of 25.231 enlisted men 3 battalion t dark tobacco the past season has of engineers. 2, 002 enlisted men. impressed the planters with the Then there besides Indian scouts idea that the consumption is keep- recruts Porto Rico and Philiping ahead of the production, pine scouts making a total includtherefore the incentive for a ing the medical reserve crops of large crop of dark tobacco. The officers and enlisted men 76,911 future of the Burley is problemat- The law provides that the total 12,-775,-2- 20 The 1911 Tobacco Crop. bag " Second Patent Flour, 5.00 per Bbl. 55c 241bs bag $4.49 per Bbl. Lard anp Flour bothe Guaranteed to give satisfaction. If not exactly as represented, we invite you to return. No charge for what it takes to try. Wire and Wire Fence 9 8 bars 38 in. Stardard 25c 10 Bars 47 in Standard 28c " 18ic 32 in. 7 bars 26 in 2so Barbed Wire, Arrow Brand, $1.65 Spool of 80 rods. Barbed Wire, Gliddens Brand $2.50 Spool of 80 rods. " " Wire and Wire products have advanced fully ten per cent, but we offer at same prices as made before any advance. Fertilizers 10-- 2 at 90c for Corn 2-8-- 2 4 at $1.30 at $1.05 corn or tobacco for Tobacco. Write for prices, any analysis you need. Disc Harrows S at following Bargain Prices 10 Discs 16 in. at $18.00 8 " 18 " ' $19.00 "" 12 " $21.50 8 Discs 16 in. at $17.00 " " ' $19.50 12 "f ' 10 18 " ' $20.50 E ic, but everything indicates that enlisted strength of the army shall not exceed at any one time 100,000. Other sizes at same proportion j- tot d; - Two Horse Walking $15.50 and $16.00 Two Horse Riding $25.00 and $27.00 Our Cultivators are the best made. All Equip- To withhold food from fowls E2 ped with 8 points 4 shovels and 4 Bull Tongues. is poor economy. The more the 3 Five tooth Cultivators with lever $2.25 fowls consume the more profits 2 " " Fourteen tooth $3.10 they bring. Fowls that do not Planters, Check Rowers $34.00 2 horse consume food economically :3 Black Hawk Corn Drills ' " " One horse with Fertilizer $11.50 should not be kept. Put your As Euthusiastic as Ever. plain $9.50 2 fowls to the test. 2 We belong to no retailers combine. We make the Price Senator Young of Iowa is back No matter what kind of floor ARE YOU WITH US. in Washingten to attend the spe- there is in the poultry house, the Correspondence Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ;2 cial session of Congress and in a main th'ng is not to let it get recent interview brought u p damp. E2 - an average crop will be attempted. It is generally believed that in the old belts of Virginia and North Carlina the usual acreage will be planted. In the cigar leaf growing states there will be no decrease of the acreage planted. ' ' Western Tobacco Journal. - Cultivators 3 H r f S 5r Vr j . A. - .- I h Iflfi Webbs X Roads. ! ! ADAIR COUNTY NEWS k ' fioin ip o il-- uut niai c Roundup. Grimsley, John Burton. uaiu 10 a nicotine juu, hnf fwnf i10 because you never were a far 10. Music and the Sunday Inspiration is usually due to mer waiting for rain during a The farmers are very busy in school discussed by Capt. Wm. getting their ground ready for Bradshaw, Rev. Joseph Pierce, the fact that we need the money. drought. A girl who isn't stylish may Planting, but owing to the cold 11. Song No 11, by class. Brain Leaks. look swell when she has the and stormy weather for the past 12. Music and the public school mumps. week they have been busy in getThe bill of fare may be in discussed by J. F. Turner, P. M. ting up wood. It's a pity that the average de- French but that doesn't add any Bryant, Nathan Murrell, I. M. Mr. Thomas of Fonthill has Grimsley and W. F. Neat. tective find clew. think to the taste of the ham moved one mile north of this Lots of people pose as peace- and cabbage. 12. Duet, Evis B. Bryant and place. We are all glad to have makers because of the opportuniWe always know a man lived, Wonnie L. Grimsley Mr. Smith with us as he has the ty it affords them to butt in. if, after death, it is truthfully 14. What is music, discussed by name of being a good citizen. i.iio.k seems to have a mania rn :j r u.-me eimuren I. M. Grimsley, A. G. Hill and aaiu ui mm. Our merchant J. A. Webb i s for calling on people who are not love(j jjim. a Wm. Stapp. , doing a fine business at this expecting it. People who waste time R u c k e r P. 15. Quartette, place. fact a young As a matter j js never experience wjiat Grimsley, Pearl Combest, Cortez Miss Hattie and Jessie Weir, man is more apt to kiss a girl the pieasure of thinking about Bryant, Ida Kimble. who are attending school a t against her mother s will than the joys of heaven. 16. How key a piece of music, Russell Springs, visited their against her own. Th e boss owes the employee parents Mr. and Mrs. N. E. A. G. Hill, Rucker P. Grimsley, Great Britian has municipal ,something more than money,and Weir last Sunday. They were George Blair, W. C. Bryant. tramways worth $229,381,000.and the employee owes the boss 17. Duet, Olive Leach, Rosa also accompanied by Miss Lilly during the last year over $9,500,- - 30mething more than work. Combest. Clayton of Russell Springs. 000 was paid in to holders of When people complain of enui, Several of the boys of 18. Transposition by sharps, such stock. th merey confess tnat tney are this section have gone to Illinois, George Blair, by Flats, Anderson All rights as to the importation tired of resting and are too Jazy and nearly all the rest of the Murrell. of foreign goods into Japan, also to Q any thing. . 19. Solo, Curtis McGaha. boys from six to fifty are talking as to patents, trade marks, and hard tQ aud of going. 20. Solo, Taylor Sullivan. copyrights, are extended toKo- Miss Capitola Webb of this 21. Value of music in everyday rea by the Japanese government, . mg block away and getting ready place who has been attending life discussed, I. M. Grimsley.A. An American in Tampico has t0 open the season school a t the L. W. T. S.has G. Hill, W. F. Neat and Frank discovered a method for extract Just about the time you think been home on a weeks vacation Hughes, ing fiber from banana pants. you are the foremost man in the returned to school last Sun22. Quartette, D. M. Moore, This fiber absorbs more machine community, along comes an old day. Sam Walkup, Sam Royse and L. oil than cotton waste and is setler and asks you if you have Mr. Porter Floyd of Caintown E. Reynolds. much cheaper. lived here long. has bought and moved to the 23. Song by Pleasant View Gumption on the Farm. Jim Shackford farm. class, led by I. M. Grimsley. How to get Rich. 24. Song by Concord class, No Steady, now! Don't rush into Dirigo. 107, in perfect Praise. the spring work like a "house Live up to your engagement. Benediction. afire." Take things easy until Mr. W. R. Royse bought a Earn money before you spend man and beast get accustomed V. T. Bryant, yoke of work oxen in Mecalfe it. j Committee to the strain. Howard Leach, county for $85.00. John Combest The toad is the gardener's Never play at any game of W. W. Bradshaw passed chance. friend. Out of the Ginger Jar. j j PROGRAM OF Bible Institute to be Held at Zion Church May 5 and 6, 1911. 10 a. m. Devotional Exercises 10:15 1 i " The Bible Institute " D. H. Howerton. R. O. Keltne. R. B. Vils G. Paul Smyths H. N. Philippi, ( 0:30 " The Bible and our Religious Life The Bible and Our Civic Life The Bible and Doctrine I u j 10:45 11:00 11:20 I j J The Bible and the Final Perseverance of the Saints J. F. Roach, V. S. Dudecs The Bible and Sanctification p. m The Bible and the Church 11:45 1:15 H. T. Jesse, V. B. Cava L. B. Arvfa R. F. Joudaa 2:00 j The Bible and Missions j SATURDAY ' j i .J i i 10:00 m The Bible and our School Our Relation to our School The Bible and Education V. G. Werborn, S. P. Stapp 10:30 11:00 1:15 Abel Hardia M. B. Adam Jo N. Con over R. H. Durham i i j p. m The Bible and the Bible School 2:30 The Bible and the Ordinances of the Church L. B. Arv D. H. Howerton The Poultry Yard. I through here last Saturday to West Fork and Green-bria- r where he organized Sunday School on Sunday. Asure Damron, Columbia, was here a day or two last week. Messrs. Matthew and Mose Wooten sold twenty-si- x thousand staves to J. H. Young & Co. dollars last week at twenty-si- x per thousand. Miss Ruth Epperson and brother Paul, of Roy, visited relatives here a day or two last week. Last Thursday, Mr. Oliver Stotts made an old fashioned "log rolling." The neighbors fcr miles around were invited. The feast spread for the occasion consisting of all the goodies from turkey down to turnip greens was simply hard to equal and could not have been beaten. Luther Perryman, candidate for representative subject to republican tactics, was here one day last week. Wesley Fudge and family and Andrew Dugger and family, Breeding, spent last Sunday at Mrs. Miriam Norris'. en-rou- te When you don't know what to do A freckled person always go in and have a talk with your wears specks. Did you notice wife. Save your metal roofing by that? The wind often travele eighty giving it a good coat of paint, miles an hour, and that too, and do it before it is too late. The mountain of work before without a ticket. Much of what we call love at you can all be worked off if you first sight fails when it comes to keep a cheery heart and peg , the second, sober view. Many a man who is calling loudly for Justice would be in the county .jail if he got it. A word to the wise is sufficient, but a whole volume wouldn't convince the otherwise. Some men are like a laying hen, they set up .a big cackling every time they do anything. It may be true that figures do not lie, but you cannot make a fashionable dressmaker believe it. It is claimed that marriage is a lottery, but it cannot be true, else the law would take hold of it. Time robs us of many things, but wounds our vanity first by introducing wrinkles and a double chin. away. A man with a large family can live better on the farm, where money grows, than in the city, where money goes. Here is the formula treating seed potatoes to prevent scab: Soak the whole seed potatoes for two hours in a mixture of one half pint of formalin and fifteen gallons of cold water; dry the seed, cut and plant in ground that has not recently grown Sunflower Philosophy. Men who owe all they have and all they are to an industrious, Program of the musical Asso- economical wife, too often leave ciation to be held at Concord her out when they boast of their school house the Third Sunday in success, as most successful men are prone to do. May, beginning at 8:30 a. m. 1. song led by Anderson Mur-re- l. Women may possibly not know enough to vote, though we don't 2. House called to by order admit it: but she certainly knows enough not to sell that vote to Chairman. 3. Devotional exercies, I. M. the first briber who may happen along. Grimsley. Program. The bigger the salary the harder it is to find anyone who can earn it. No man whose wife keeps boarders should try to save the country. Some men are so close that it make them grouchy to lose money in a dream. You can't square yourself with a dead man with flowers and a monument. Ever know a woman who got as many buggy rides and flowers after marriage as before. ( You may have noticed that the woman who knew you as an onery boy is usually possessed of There is a wide difference be- a wonderful memory. 4. Song led by Rucker P.Grim- tween having a note in bank and sley. Why is it that a man who having a bank note in the pock5. Welcome, address, W. F. doesn't get along very well in a et, and therein lies the difference Neat. small town imagines he would be between complacency and discona great success in a city. 6. Response, Frank Hughes, tent 7. Solo, When a man's bald spot commences to show below his hat,it 8. Reading the minutes of the The Michigan boy who swalis time to take the rainy day previous meetings. lowed a safety pin is thriving. seriously. 9. Quartette, Pearl Combest, There must be something in a Rucker P. Grimsley, Wonnie name. You may think waiting for a Ida-E.Bryant- . pro-postti- on ed list of kinds of apples may h.' or have been profitably grows,' March-hatche- d pullets will but, as it is elsewhere, only a The be the early layer. small proportion are planted hj Many incubator chicks are kill- the experienced orchardist wholi ed with kidness by being over- looking out for profit. It is not for the lack of suitable fed and kept too warm. You need not be afraid the locations for orchards, nor io hens will eat too much crushed want of congenial soils, that orchards are not more Drink no kind of intoxicating shells. Let them have all they abundant in Kentucky, but for liquor. want. Good character is above every- Make it a rule to count biddies want of experience in using the thing else. every day. Some folks never do insecticides that are so indispensable nosv to successful Keep your own secrets if you this. They might be robbed and everywher. la never know it. have any. the Northern porcion of the. State I have heard the advice given Never borrow if you can possiespecially in the counties of Harto feed the chicks all they will bly avoid it. din, Meade, Oldham, Bullitt and That won't do. Always speak the truth. Make eat up clean. several others, the growers have They will eat up clean (first week few promises. been more progressive, and conor two) more than they have any Keep good company or none. sequently more successful, and business eating. Never be idle. still larger territory will in all Hard enough to sit for three probability be used for the apple. Do not marry until you are able weeks without having t o b e Kentucky apples to support a wife. are well colored gnawed all the time by insects and have a very fine flavor, esKeek yourself innocent if you pest. Look at your sitting hens pecially the standard kinds. would be happy. once in awhile and be sure they Whenever growers come to the Ever live (misfortune except- are free from enemies o f this conclusion that they must begin ed) within your income. kind. to spray more, this grand old When you speak to a person State will take a front rank belook him in the face. Notwithstanding there is yond any doubt, as an applf Make no haste to be rich, if law against boys under eighteen State. buying cigaret papers they obtain you would prosper. Save when you are young to and use them just the same as if DeDih at Which to Plant Corn. there were no snch law. A boy spend when you are old. The result of several year's who has cultivated taste for smokYour character cannot be essentially injured except by your ing cigarets will lie to a dealer as work by the Department, of Agrito his age in order to get the culture have demonstrated the own acts. poisonous papers to smoke. Nine impossibility of outlinig a nmeth-o- d of culture that will give the out of ten will lie to the parents Domestic Superstitions. about smoking and the same highest yield of corn per acre number will invariably blow the during all seasons. During the If when washing dishes you smoke into the face of every body dry season of 1909, the average forget an article it s a sign you around them when 3hey are results in a number of tests smoking. The saddest feature of showed a gain of 4.66 bushels will hear of a wedding. If you sing while making bread it all is their parents think per acre by planting corn 5 or 6' it smart to see boys blowing their inches below the general level oi you will cry before it is eaten. out through their nose? A the ground. Of 48 tests of deep If your apron becomes untied brains should be enacted which pro- planting and surface planting, 36 it is an indication that somebody law vides a heavy fine and imprison- tests produced best by deep is speaking of you. ment for every father who planting against 12 by level To forget to put coffee in the knowingly permits his boy to planting. For sections subject to coffeepot is the sign of a coming smoke cigarettes. Tomklnsville dry weather during July and gift. August deep planting is considNews. ered advisable. The furrows in To accidentally place the teaketwhich the young plants are grow The Apple in Kentucky. tle on the stove with the spout ing should not be filled so as io toward the back is a sign of level' the crrnnnd rmfil the company. More varieties of apples are to system of D,ant3 is welI fiS. If a coal of fire falls onv the be found withm the btate limits Ksneci floor it is a sign a stranger is of Kentucky than possibly any of coming to see ,you. her adjacent sister States, prob If after sweeping a room the ably oecause oi me iacc tnat so For our women rea(jers onlrc broom is accidentally left in a'cor-ne- r manykindsofsoilandsuchvaring A Massachusetts scientist Bav strangers will visit the house topography are to te met with, that the y will reveal a mf- that day. Not all, however, oi this extend- - sons age. cons-mercial ys fruit-growi- ng ! rr-M- .. X-ra- . ( '' - .f T 2-- " "! -- - fr- H j ;V; -- '"n' y ' V- . .. ' TBB ADAIEXOUKTY "KEWS jr3 v. -- Ml ADAIR GOUHTY HEWS - m i Published Every Wednesday BYiTHE mi-- i K"' s: ;:; v. ': ; &&nw if - - ' Adair CountvewsCompany. ( Incorporated. ) CHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. Democratic newspaper devoted to the the City of Columbia and the people f Adair and adjacent counties. Entered at the Columbia ond class malllmatter. Post-office iBEmKTumA 1 1 WAT IN f ONGRFfft Kit . 1 t&xu I Ttt t, x. as sec- WED. APBIL.26, 1911, A . &w ' Senator Paynter's reply to Congressman James is dignified and in keeping with the high position he holds and shows him to be a man who can do the right to an opponent even under provoking accusations. In fact he handles the Congressman's salty charges in the good Samaritan spirit and places himself before his party as a true servant and not a dictator or egotist. Too long have Democrats impuned the motives and criticised Democratic officials on the slightest variations from their own peculiar or exalted ideas of honest, capable public service. Too long 53 fc:-'.B- ; i - r ipjm; rrr a-.i- .v of an t&ioK.i ULi " X irJ&fewaiiV'JJJv. .. fri" t 9 Good, Easy, Comfortable Seat and that is more then some can boast cf. Con-gressm- vr:.- - PPSraSX .'.;. en By this, we don't mean that the seat has cushion springs and is upholstered in real leather But we do mean that when a man gets on the scat KS I Oliver Cultivator jji 8j We can prove to you a. M 3j he is in a position to do the best cultivating he ever did in 1 his life. The Oliver No. 1 guides easier, and is raised, m lowered and adjusted with greater facility and comfort than have aspirants sought to gain personal advantage by underrating an opponent or in making mountains out of mole hills when in fact thev do not exist. The News is not in the Senatorial contest, but if it was its theory would be to measure the opponent by the same measure it would have applied to its choice. A campaign of charges against Senator Payn- ter is not likely to add much to the party nor increase the chance a of the Congressman to win the nomination, while Senator Payn- ter's attitude will appeal strongiy to the consideration of conserva- tive Democrats. fl any machine ever built. These are not simply "Claims". that they are "Facts". NBlW v . : .- " - K Will you give us chance? Columbia, Ky. E I REED HDWE. CO., I M WILLIAM ADDAMS, Candidate for Governor, favors: 1. Stringent educational laws that will secure more schoob, better schools and better pay for the teachers in order to insure competency and such a system of schools as will insure equal portunity to all children. 2. op- 194 j ! Southern National mary he will be found doing his Bank, Louisville, is short in his utmost to bring success to the accounts $38,000. His family State ticket. Franklin Favorite. wni pay him out. ier of the Russell Spriugs. The Canadian Reciprosity bill The farmers of this community has passed the House and will John J. McNamara alleged to eventually become a law. are improving the few pleasant . days breaking ground etc. be the archcenspirator in dyna-- 1 C. S. Blackburn is mitingthe Times building, Los Hon. J. Mr. L. 0. Phelps of JamesCal.,last October, when ing urged to become a candidate town, was in our town Thursday be-Angeles, j so many men were killed, was for United States Senator, arrested in Indianapolis last Sat-- ; A Just Compliment. urday and hurried to the scene of of the crime. Other arrests have Over in the Eleventh district, been made in Detroit. McNamara where the lamented Judge is the Secretary and Treasurer of Counts was wont to exclaim that the International Association of winter green grew only on the Bridge and Structural Iron workpremises of Republicans, James ers. It is generally believed that Garnett, whose home is at Coright men have been caught. lumbia, is a candidate for the The Sub Committee of the Democratic nomination for Executive Committee torney General, ' Jim Garnett is a young man met in Louisville last Wednesday ! mucJi,improved in health. Mrs. F. L. Wilson and Miss Mary Hadley, were in Columbia one day last week shopping. Mrs. Tom Gonover left Thursday for Louisville to join her husband, who is located there. Mrs. R. Ingram was in Columbia one day last week. 8 0a4fv rVVf.-- ; wsjrgg Constitutional revision of the tax laws. 3. All legislation necessary to bring the roads of Kentucky to the highest state of efficiency. 4. State bank inspection. 5. Bringing the militia up to the highest standard of efficiency and freeing same from politics. 6. Organization and between farmers as well as among other laboring men, whether they labor in the field, factory, store, or wherever wage is earned. 7. Such legislation as would improve the relation between capital and labor. 8. The strict enforcement of that portion of Article 6 of the Constitution of the United States which reads as follows : "No religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust. ' ' 9. Election of United States Senators by direct vote of the people. 10. Look prettiest. Taste best Assorted most liberally The strict enforcement of all laws on the Statute books. Democratic Primary Election, Saturday, July 1st, 1911. CHOCOLATES V CONFECTIONS ! LWNPMVMSIWMVNv,,, tk: Mi IN. l" t NIX I GEO. E. WILSON Exclusive Agent LOUISVILLE ! SHOPPERS IN r A Miss Ellen Epperson passed ' ? through here this week en route day and started for Massachu- for her home in Montpelier. setts. Miss Ellen is connected with a Mr. Tilford McKinnev of this and agreed that the Falls city but an experienced lawyer and goods firm at Phil. piace was married to a Miss Q should be headquarters for the j "Pe scholar. He was admitted Pinvnn of lnvVnlol COUnty m Mr. Ethel Hatfield has leased committeemen who will look aft- - to the bar in 1890, and formed a ' shop recently vacated by Mr. last Sunday. 7K ' partnership with his father, the the er the State primarj Rooms Conover. Mr. and Mrs. M. Loy and little sK NIX were secured at the Louisville late Judge Jas. Garnett, a ?In Mrs. Ermine Wilson and Miss daughter Mabel Elizabeth, Hon. Ollie James and found jurist, for the practice at visited Mrs. Loy's parents 7lN Rena Stephens, visited in ColumNtX Hon. J. B. McCreary candidates Columbia. bia Thursday and Friday. last Saturday and Sunday. T for U. S. Senator and Governor; In 1897 he was elected County Mr. and Mrs. Sam Garmon, Mr Jule Kimble had the misrespectfully, officially announced Attorney of Adair county, and Eng-- 1 7K for positions by sending checks reelected four years later." As fortune to lose a very valuable Sparksville, visited at J. J. land's last Saturday and Sunday. Adair is one of the strong "win- - cow a few days ago. entrance fee. At-Democr- , Find it profitable to do their shopping at our store. We know you will also find it profitable if vou do vour shnnn? ,.. store, in person or by mail 25c FOULARD 15c 7VZ ' Mercerized Foulards, handsome styles. $17. SUITS $11.95 ; pro-Hot- el. j j Gad-berr- y, I 1 j j j for their An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Golsie Graham is visiting William Addams, of Har-- f enth district, the her aunt and uncle in Somerset. Landy Stotts came near being county, announces his can- - 0 Mr. Garnett to the office of rison Miss Tina Wells is visiting her choked to death on a string one didacy for the Democraic nomi- County Attorney evidenced his sister in Cumberland county. day last week. Mrs. Stotts had nation for Governor, giving some popularity strength and capacR. S. A. closes the 16 and 17th been cutting a new garment measures for which he will stand, ity. of May with appropriate exer-cie- s. while the child was on 'the floor. through the News this week. Mr. Garnett was elected a It secured the .string and was He is a life long Democrat, a member of the State Central choked before she knew that she successful business man,and asks Committee in 1895, was had it. Dingo. . i oe given a , ed several times, and continued tnatms aspirations Last Saturday, the 15th inst, careful consideration. jong. Holt, the Singer was the 82nd anniversary of J. Columbus to serve untn It matters not who we favor James Garnett is a splendid Sewing Machine man, passed J. Campbell. His children and day last week and the neighbors in general had for the United States Senate, we Speaker, a most affable gentle- through here one coundetermined to surprise him by take the opportunity of denomi man and a Democrat of the old on his way to Cumberland Jeffersonian school. In every ty, t' meeting at his house for a birthnating Senator Paynter's letter, campaign waged in Kentncky in response to Hon. Ollie Jame3' since attaining his majority his J. R. Cummins has been con- day dinner, but he smelled a mouse, as the saying goes and speech, a very voipe has been heard, in defense fined for the past ten days with Nicholasville early saddled his horse and went smooth document. jbf party principles and party a felon on his thumb. visiting and did not return until Gwin Stone (of color) bade next day. Thus they were more nominees, W. S, Parker, assistant cash- renominated in the July pri- - this community adieu last Mon- - surprised than he. en. Iter green" counties of the Elev two-elections j 7 These are exceptionally 25c quality at handsome suits at the price. 1C They are mad from pure PERCALE wool fabrics and well tailored. WRAPPERS 95c We show this line in black Ladies Percale and colors, in French Serge, Wrappers cut full, neatly Storm Serge, English Worstmade: special eds, Fancy Mixtures, etc. 95c Many Suits elsewhere at $17. LADIES SILK are no better. As a special HOSE 35 Ladies' Pure bargain we offer them at Silk Hose, with lisle top 50c MEN'S SILK SOCKS 25c Men's Pure Silk Socks, black and colors; 39c quality 25c. "l as : t in PURE WOOL 36 SERGE 49c Pure Wool French Serge, black and col- IN IV ors; a great value at 49c 50 7. is Tin V.' TABLE DA- - Njr MASK 39 Bleached Table w F i $11.95. Damask, special quality 35c TV quality K 50e; as a great - a worth 39c. (. vj yr- - 7TZ at GATHOFS, - Louisville, X Kentucky. re-elec- t- . . Henson, student Mr. Whitney, of Campbells- - of the I W. T. S. visited his ville, was in this neighborhood on uncle. Mr. S. E. Beard last Satt urday night business last week. Mr. Henry Parrett of Mr. J. N. White visited his le was in our midst last sister 'Mrs. Minnie Harmon last ' week. Saturday. Camp-bellsvil- K33K Edith. 1 as Eighth and Market Mr. Elmer Born, to the wife of. Mr. Mont Mr. B. F. Tupman oi uear this place is very low at this writing. Harmon April the 13th, a jdrl. Miss Lora Beard visited Miss Mr. and Mrs. Welby Williams spent week with their daughter, Limmie Winfrey last Thursday night. Mrs. W. R. Knifley. J ?. v ., I THE ADAIR 'COUNTY NEWS O ip ITOMY FRIENDS: !&&- Q''C'''fr'4'4i0 1 o & & As Successor to H. B. INGRAM & SONS and a member of that firm, I feel very grateful to those who have helped us by giving us their trade, or a part of it. I have just returned from the market where I bought a nice line of Spring goods Which I am now receiving. I ask you to call and inspect same and get my am respectfully, prices, which you will find to be right. W. I. INGRAM. 4$Q4$ 9444$Q&0OMOH9&$$i'g - i O S?5 S5 d Ci 5 a A ".. PERSONAL I Mr. Hugh Noe is in town. Mr. Geo. E. Wilson was in Campbells-yill- e last week. Mr. J. W. Jackman's condition has somewhat improved. Mr. Henry Todd's condition is reported not so favorable. Mrs. S. H. Mitchell has been a victim E rheumatism for several weeks. Mr. W. W. Anderson, uncle of Mrs. Lou W. Atkins, is visiting in Columbia. Miss Bessie Epperson, who has been teaching in Garfield, Ga., returned home a lew days ago. Mr. T. W. Taylor and Mr Hugh Noe were here from Campbellsville a few days ago. Mr. M. L. Mitchell, who has been on ' the sick list for ten days, has about recovered. Mr. Guy Breeding, of Gainsville, Tex as, is with Mrs. Breeding, visiting in Adair county. bar-bering thence S 45 W 25 poles to a stone by the turn pike, thence with said turn pike S 61 E 60 20 poles to the "beginning, being the same land conveyed to Bessie L. Smith by A. H. Judd. and wife, by deed dated September 1st 1900 and recorded in Adair county court Clerks olfice, in Deed Book 14 page 465 and is the same on which defendants now resides. For the purchase price, the purchaser with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey Master, Commissioner. fit Iff j B ' Ytt S ' ill I 21 II Farmers Call on - " P" A Hi I t A A If 5 Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY. Co , Plaintiff The Russell ( ve W. J. and H H. Bottom, Defendant ( By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the January Term, thereof, 1911. in the above cause, for the sums of $184, $183 and $183 amounting to $550 with I i t Who have used th Black Hawk Corn Drill will buy no other The Jeffries Hardware Store They will supply your wants oe "irim on the sick list for some time is slowly improving. Mr. L. P. Bottom and wife were called to the bedside of Mrs. Bottom's mother, Mrs. Margaret Williams, who is very sick. Mr. Frank Shopherd and brother were visiting J. B. Abrell last Sunday. Our singing school at the Goodwin school house is progressing nicely under the management of Mr. J. M. Tarter. Miss Etwal Williams and Lizzie , I 2 ! 15 the interest at the late of 6 per cent, per annum from the 7th day of Aug. 1909, until paid, and $40.10 costs herein, Mr. Lee Flowers, who has been in Columbia, has gone to Grady-vill- e I sha)l proceed to offer for sale at the Court-hous- e to live. door in Columbia Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Misses Essie Tridett and Ethel Aker Monday the 1st day of May 1911, at one visited Miss Nonie L. Conover last Frio'clock p. m., or thereabout (being day night. County Court) upon a credit of three Mrs. Lawson Wilson and Miss Mary months the following described properHadley, Russell Springs, were shopping ty, One 6x8 portable engine in Columbia one day last week. complete No 12567 and one 4 ply 7 inch Dr. O. S. Dunbar visited Mr. B. F. belt 50 feet long. For the purchase price, the purchaser Tupman Sunday. His condition remains with approved surety or securities, must very critical. LOUISVILLE MARKETS. execute Bond, bearing legal interest Mr. Jas. Garnet!; will go to Lebanon from day of sale" until paid, and having to represent a cliant who is before the the force and effect of a Judgment. Latest Quotations on Live Stock Marion circuit court. Bidder will be prepared to comply Mr. J. B. Drye, traveling salesman, promptly with these terms. CATTLE W A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. whose home is Bradfordsville, was in Shipping steer $5.50(2,5.75 town several days of last week. '. . Beef steers 4.755.50 Mrs. Ermine Wilson, Mrs. Robert Knifley. Fat heifers and cows 4755. 50 Ingram and Miss Rena Stephens, Russell '.".' Cutters 2.753.75 Springs, were shopping m Columbia last A. C. Wheeler sold one hors e Canners . 1.252.50 Thursday. Bulls 4.504 75 mule to J. R. Hendrickson of colMr. W. R. Todd, who is in school at Feeders 5.005.50 Danville, reached home last Thursday, or for $160. Stockers 3.004.05 to be at the bedside of his uncle, Mr. 35.00-45.Some damage reported to Choice milch cows Henry Todd, who has been critically ill. Common to fair cows . . . 10.00-20.tobacco plants, owing to the hard HOGS Mis. Margaret Tucker, Mrs. Kinnie Miss Mabel Atkins left for freezes in March. Murrell and Choice 165 to 210 6.45 Jamestown early tlis morning, to be at More grass has been sown in Mediums, 120 to 165 6 45 the funeral of Mrs.Corinne Hart. Pigs 6.45 this section this spring than for Mrs. L. A. Routzong, who is a generRoughs 5.45 al merchant at Miami, Ky., and Mrs. several years. SHEEP AND LAMBS Booker, wife of Dr. J. J. Booker, same Alf Chandler is moving his mill Best Iambs 5 006 locality, were shopping in Columbia last Culls Friday. They called at this office and at this time to a log yard of J. 3.50-4.- 00 Fatsheepf. left orders for printing. R. Beards. GRAIN. Mrs. W. S. Knight and Mrs. Corinne Colorado Grant and troup put Hart, of Jamestown, visited here from 90 Wheat. Friday until Monday, the former her in last week in our town. 50 Corn... daughter, Miss Alva, who is in school, The measles has put in its apLocal Market. the latter her aunts, Mrs. Margaret and Mrs. Kinnie Murrell pearance in this section with one Tucker ' II Eggs Mr. W. R. Myers and family, who case at C. M. Baults. Whooping have be n in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for the ; Chickens 12 . past four or five months, returned to cough is also raging in this town. Cocks 4 their home in this place last Wednesday Mr. A. Hoviou3 has been to the Turkeys 10 to 11 afternoon. Every body was delighted 5 Louisville markets and is receive-in- g Geese to give them the glad hand. Ducks 9 his spring stock. ' : : to-w- it: Vi "4 m.r.m n ZK1TZJT3mrXBM3 " " " 4? -- .in KS'-',M-.T' J . v-- '"," - ,!.!--.- r.t --- : ; v'iMs' iSSp ii&-- . " . , . , 4 ;v sr. "f'WCitl ." ':OTv?wrKr '' '. ...j yimi&ii' Mi . $ 00 00 Abrell were visiting the family of Mr. N. B. Dillingham last week. Gentry's Mill. We are still having lots of 34 rain, and the farmers would like to have some good weather about now, ' There is a prospect for a good apple crop, as the bloom is very heavy. fine. , Wheat and oats are looking Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, KENTUCKY. Farmers Bank of Cane Valley, Plff f 4 vs ( T. I. and Bessie Smith, Dfts. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Ciruuit Court, rendered at the January Term, thereof, 1911, in the above cause, for the sum of dollars seven hundred and fifty-eigwith the interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum from the 18th day of January 1911,until paid,and costs $33,95 herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale door in Columbia to at the Court-hous- e highest bidder, at Public Auction, the on Monday the 1st day of May 1911, at one o'clock p m., or thereabout (being County Court) upon a credit of six months the following described properOne acre more or less lying ty, in Cane Valley Adair county, Ky., and bounded as follows, viz; beginning at stone by the turn pike near the store house, thence N 45 E 25 poles to a stone thence N 61 "W 69 20 poles to a stone, ht to-w- it: ' Mr. W. B. Hovious took the Hides (green) road Monday. The drug men 38 to42 Feathers may look out' for him. Ginseng . 4 00 Beeswax. . 25 Messrs. Chelf and Humphress of this place, was in the Louis .Ella. ville markets last week purchasing their spring stock of goods. Wheat is looking, fine in this Mrs. Laura Boyd of Texas, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Naoma community. Mrs. Margaret Williams, who Jones and other relatives. Mr. B. W. Tucker is building has been confined to her bed does a mile of wire fenc on his farm. not improve any. A part of the J. M. Hendrickson lands. Mr. D. J. Bowen has sold his corn burs to Christie and Shively. A. C. Wheeler has a peach tree set last November, which is now in bloom. Last Saturday was a busy day for the miller and merchant, of this place. ? KisayiiysszKX4urv-'rT-- : Mr. James Atchley has planted You some corn. Mr. Atchley is an Men who till the soil are crazy about it. The Improved Patfarmer and stockman. ent Ideal Steel Harrow.' It takes the rag off the bush. It G. E. Burton is all smiles this is Adjustable Lever Attachment to open and close. Folds week over his new ten pound up, easy to operate and never wears out. Just the thing you girl. are looking for. Give it a trial and be conviuced of its merits. . V. Sullivan, the t r a v e 1 i n g PRICE:. 2 horse $7.50; horse $3.50. salesman, was calling on our1 For sale only by merchants one day last week. C. Mr. Derog Giler bought a nice Mrs. Rachel Bryant, who has Inventor and Patentee cow and calf from J. B. Piles for been confined to her room for Cane Valley; Ky. $45. several weeks, is some better at The Hunn boys were in our this writing. The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al community one day last week We would like to have a letter from Hays Burton, through the looking after cattle. Both One Year for $1.50. , Mr. R. L. Neat, who has been News. Wool (clear grease)'. Wool (washed) 20 28 to 30 5 to 6 What Is It? Read And 1 ; Will See. up-to-da- te , J. , Eubank t . p ' rr its THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS Tarter. sti I Attention! Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill ready for use. A large assortment of Doors, Roofing, Colonial Columns. I. Train & N. Time Card 31. 1S08. In effect Monday. Dec J. 0. White was at Russell Springs Monday on business. Mrs. Nora Brinkley and moth-- 1 er,who have been visiting freinds and relatives here for the past two weeks, returned to their home in Champaign, 111., last week. Ji p W5? ' 1 1Ve ' ; any part or all the Wood, any grade desired, that is needed for In fact we can furnish Building or Repair work. Interest It will be to your Prices. to inspect our Stock and Sandusky a w & Co. ColtxmlDia. Ky HBMMU bash, Doors, Blinds, A ... BLINDS. , a Wheat, who has been very sick for some time isjno better at this writing. Mr. Sam Breeding and Frank Hardwick were through here last week or. the interest of the bridge which is to span Green river at Neatsville. Mr. George W. Evans' daugh- ter, who has been on sick list for some time, was adjudged insane insane and was conveyed to the asylum. Mr. Wilburn Brockman left Monday morning for 111. Mr. D. F. Shepherd bought of J. T. Shepherd one mare and colt ' Old aunt Lizzie have taken charge of PHELPS BROS. nuiJiiL. ana win endeavor to run same to the satisfaction of old and new customer?. 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. 4c. 27 Mo. 23 Mo. 79 Mo 21 Jo. 93 SOUTH BOUND Lv. Louisville 7:00am Ar. Lebanos 5:42 aro 10.04 am 7:40 pm 10:00 cm 9:00 pm .'.. .......8:15am 5:05 pm 6:30 pm NORTH BOUND Lv. Lebanon Ar. 5:43am 752 am 80 pm Chain o.24 o.78 0.23 Louisvillb 7:50am 10:15 am 6:55 pm lo. 22 Jo. 92 Nos. 92 and 93 &J5pm 10:15 am 722 am are Sunday trains only. 40 pm 63 pm 4 W1LM0RE HOTEL. W. J. H. Phelps. r - Mouldings, Columns t Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. rrK I II J,rK.i I Stg$i' i ja. CUIlilHORH, Prop p. First-Clas- s Table Good Sample Roome ! Feed Stable Reasonable Rates GKftDYlILLe, i KY S. D. Crenshaw i Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. If We appreciate them. VETERINARY SURGEON for $125. Uncle Sam Long has been on the sick list for the past week. Mr. Thomas Montgomery, Jr., left last Saturday for Kokmo Ind. , to see his father, who was reported dangerously ill. Born to the wife of Sebren Barrett, April the 7th, a son. E. L. HUGHES CO,, INCORPORATED. - Sy2 1889 IN, U. G. HARDKiC, Pres. J. H. COCKE, V. Pres. 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. jgygjgr ?-- J V-- IS M--r- i.. Jf4t."x Attnetin lo Eyes &Cf-- Special R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 Spavin or anv sur Fistulo, Poll-evi- l. gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED INCORPORATED . JKIbHWRlGHTS 1301 DEALERS IN i mRCHirliSTS ENGINES. EOILERS, SAW MLIS. N. Burton & Burton, hucksters, were here last week. Miss Fannie Shepherd, who has been confined to her room with pneumonia, is reported some better. Mr. Hooker Lucas and E. W. Webb killed four hawks one day last week. Mrs. D. F. White, who has been on the sick list for some time is better. Mrs. Mptcie Winfrey, who has been confinedto her room for some timejis thought to be some JONES, COFFEY & SON. COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. 0NBURKSY1LLE Joseph HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS Q H. w Stone, GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TfilKTeeNTH-MftlLOUISVILLe Attoney-At-La- Will practice in this andbadoining counties. : SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work 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 highest state of availability, and they are always in Perfect Mechanical condition. For further particulars and prices see our Local Agents, or write Science Hill, Ky. Jamstown, Kentucky, Why JOBBING WORK SOLICITED igl sswEgllysypfHWKSyKf better. Mr. ClarenceEarls and Miss Laura Thomas eloped last Sunday Not . All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - ELLWOOD uight tollndiana. They were married at Jeffrsonville, but are now locatedat Greenwoob, Ind. The groom isa farmer and has a great number of friends who hope him 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD much success in life. Th beride is We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long very popular among her associats. as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in. stock all heights We wish them a long and happy life. and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. Mr. Tilford Barrett and Miss 5BINCH SOINCM 7T7T7T7T7Tw Martha Clayborn were married a few days ago, and immediately ' Y J J J f J Hiijlo'n after the cerimony they left for .34 inch Moody, Texas, to make their 26INCH Read The Courier WIRE FENCE W. M. LOWERY, Gen'I Agt. Journal? HENRY WATTERSON Mm 777T77Mr STYLEiNADE future home. Died on Mondap, April the 4th Mrs. Cassie Shepherd, the wife of Elzy Shepherd, a victim of pneumonia. She was only sick about a week. She was sixty-fiv- e years oia ana naa oeen a consis tent member of the methodist church for a number of years; she was a good woman and one who was kind to all and had many friends all of whom will regret to learn that she has crossed the dark river of death. She bore her sickness and suffering A REMINDER FOR SPRING You will admit you rejuvinate 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'sHot Springs Blood" Remedy Per bottle $1.00 " " " 1.00 Rexall Alterative & Specific " " " .83 A. D: S. Blood Mixtore " " " 1.00 Quigley Compound Sarsaparilla Any one of above in 6 bottle iots for $5.00. ; Editor. We Can Furnish You CLLWO00 FIELD FENCE (STANDARD irfSuTtlEIGtlTS11-1'-- ' Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. The Adair County News and the DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. Weekly Courier-Journal ! FRANK Marble Cemetery work of alt kind.... CORCORAN High-Grad- Both One Year iky. e 9 Granite See US before yoi bay with great fortitude and patience. All that loving hands could do was done but to no avail. She is survived by her husband and to mourn her loss. Kicked By A Mad Horse , City Hall Pharmacy, B. F. Sauter Owner. lowsville, For $1.50 We can also give liberal Represented by C. G. Jeffries in this and adjoining counties Main Street, The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. $i4 Lebanon, Ky Samuel Birch, of Beetown Wis., had a most narrow escape from losing his leg, as no doctor could heal the frightful sore that developed, but at last Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it com- S. N. HANCOCK - combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. Write Courier-Journ- al pletely. Its the greatest healer of ulcers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts, corns, cold sores, bruises and piles on earth. Try it. 25c. at Paull Drug Co. pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to My Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction send your subscription order ' v Office in t' to this paper NOT to the J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store. Courier Journal. WATCH MAKER and JEWELER Courier-Journ- al t Com- - OPTICIAN v$ , r. - .i -- ' THEJDAIR COUNTY NEWS his parents this week. Mrs. Judge Simpson is on the Of Fifth Sunday meeting of the sick list. Second North Concord associotion Mr. Pem Rowe and family of to be held with Free Union church on Saturday and Sunday Bellplain Kansas, has moved to this place. 29 and 30 of April, 1911. Mr. N. B. Faulkenburg who 1. Devotional exercises 10 a. has been on the sick list is imm. 2. Our association and its proving. Mrs. Isa Conover of Russell needs, J. S. Wade and Aaron Springs, visited her sister, Mrs. Wilson. 3. Denominational literature, Otha Wells last week. M. T. Grime and J. M. Williams. Miss Roxy Falkenburg who has 4. The Bible plan of forgiving been in schooljat Bowling Green one another, C. L. Bradley and has returned home. W. F. J. Wilson. Mrs. W. S. Knight and Miss SUNDAY MORNING 10 O'LOCK. Dezza Phelps were shopping at 1. Bible sanctification and mod- Russell Springs Monday. ern sanctification compared, J.O. Mr, Roht. Rowe of Burnside Sutherland and C. L. Bradley. was in our midst a few days ago. 2. How to secure better discipDr. E. Harris, of Russell line in our churches, J. R. Gri- - Springs was in our city Saturday. Program. Wilson. 3. How to develop a greater KENTUCKYIFAIR DATES. interest in Sunday school work, The following arejthe dates fixed for M. T. Grime, J. O. Sutherland holding the KentuckyJFairs for 1911 as and J. S. Wade. far as reported. Officers of fairs are W. F. Wilson, requested to report to us any omisCommittee. Nervous Women Cardui is a woman's medicine. It acts specifi cally on the female organs and has a tonic, building effect on the whole system. It contains no harmful ingredients, being: a pure vegetable extract. If you suffer from some form of female trouble, get Cardui Our Fifth Annual Catalog This book will prove a valuable guide to the home furnisher, as the faithful illustrations of Is ready for distribution. For nervous, tired women, we recommend 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 at once and give it a fair trial. CARDUI It Will Help You Mrs. "W. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Incorporated 522 and 525 West Market St. J 35 Louisville, Kentucky. W. Gardner, of Paducah, Ky., tried Cardui and writes: "I think Cardui is just grand. I have been usii.fr it for eleven years. I nave been I am 48 years old and feel like a different woman, since nervousness from bearing down ains, taking it. I used to suffer and sleeplessness, but now the pains are all gone and I sleep good. I highly recommend Cardui for young and old." Try it. MILD, GENTLE LAXATIVE FOR WOMEN GIVEN FREE So many of the ills of women are due to habitual constipation, probably because of their false modesty on the subject, that their attention cannot be too strongly called to the importance of keeping the bowels open. It is always important to do that, regardless of the sex, but it is especially important in women. From the time the girl begins to menstruate until mentsruation ceases she has always vastly better prospects of coming through healthy if she watches her bowel movements. If you find yourself constipated, with bad breath, pimply complexion, headaches, belching gas and other symptoms of indigestion and constipation, take a small dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup J AT ALL DRUG STORES derandEG. Z)c. . S. Sunbat "BUILDING. RING Res- - 'Ph0,,e Dr. 0ffice 'Phone 40": 1 OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN James Triplett UBDllSli -- - 'JEFFRIES' COLUMBIA. 'PHONE NO. 40, 3. COLUMBIA JEFFRIES BLOCK KENTUCK1 KENTUCKY SxixiCj8)axsx&sx of stands just five miles west of Springfield on the B. & O. S. W. R. R., and is beautifully sit- sions or correction of dates: Versailles, Auguest 2 3 days. Bradfordton, III. Lexington, August days. Uniontown, August days. Vanceburg, August 9 4 days. As T hnvp rifkvpr cippti n. taffcr j Lawrenceburg, August 15 4 days. ,. Uw., W.. .UV. from this town in the News, I Leitchfield, August 154 days. Burkesville, August 15 4 days. thought I would pen a few lines. Broahead, August 16 3 days. Fern Creek, August, 16 4days. The village I am about to write Shepherdsville, August 224 days. E. J. Walters 76 85 Pepsin. It is woman's favorite laxa xou win hnd that you can do away with salts, strong cathartics, etc, which are entirely unsuited to woman's requirements. Mrs. Katherine Haberstroh of Rocks, Pa., and Airs. A. E. Her-ric- k of Wheeler, Mich., who was almost paralyzed in her stomach and bowels, are now cured by the use of this remedy. A free sample bottle can be obtained by addressing Dr. Caldwell, and after you are convinced of its merits buv it nf vour rlnifrwicf at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle For the free sample address Dr. W. tive, Mc-Ke- es B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building, Monticello, 111. Columbia District, Third Round. WEEKLY COURIER HENRY-WATTERSON- -- JOURNAL Editor , Is a Nacional 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 August 22 4days. sErlanger, August 23 4Jdays. Monticello, Mill Springs, April Germantown, August 243 days. 8- -9. Nicholasville, August 293 days. uated, with about 15 inhabitSomerset, August 293 days. West Monticello, Mt Pleasant, Bardstown, August 304 days. ants, 4 dwelling houses, 1 eleApril 1112. Monticello, September 54 days. vator, 1 store, and 1 Blacksmith Alexandria, September 5 5 days. Russell Springs, Mt Oliver, shop, so you can see by this that Mount Olivet, September 5 4 days. Bradfordton is qnite a thriving Hodgenville, September 53 days. April 1516. days. Sanders, September Burkesville, Grider, April 22 little town, with plenty of room Kentucky StateJFair 64 Louisville, September 116 days. s 23. to grow. Horse Cave, September 20 4 days. Mr. N. R. Waggener, formerly Mayfield, September Bear Creek, Goose Creek, April 274 days. of Kentucky, but now a resident 25. London, THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 of Illinois, is comfortably located 1 mile southwest of Bradford-to- BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER The Wisdom of a King. Peytonsburg, April 27. Spears chapel n. AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS Fnr III I 1 JI CII W ItCV Yr Z( I 11 Mr. Wade Eubank, of your town, has selected himself a location at Riddle Hill, 9 miles west of Springfield. Mr. Eubank is a promising young man and should do well in this country, as his skill demands a good price. Mrs. G. P. Handy has recovered from her illness, and seems to be getting very well satisfied. Mr. Elmer Wells and family if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Daily Courier-Journ- al, S6.00 $2.00 Sunday Courier-Journ- al, Yr We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will wiite this paper. ) s t S)() PROPRIETORS ix$sfjid visited the writer yesterday, the 9th. Ernest and Moody Brock-ma- n have purchased one lot each in Springfield, and will erect houses on them in the near future. There have been several of the Kentucky boys that came' out here in the winter, but they took heart failure and returned to their homes. That is right boys, stay with your mothers, for they are the best friends you have. Robert Waggener, son of Mr. John Waggener, of near Colum-- Pickett Tobacco Warehouse INDEPENDENT C. A. BRIDGES & Co. Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky. W. G. BRIDGES bia, is employed by Mr. Geo. Gregory, near Bradfordton. I was sorrv to see the notice of Mr. Henry Todd's illness, but hope he is better by this time. I will close for this time, for I fear if my letter is too long I will be sent to the waste basket. Yours truly, John Brockman. CHAS. A. BRIDGES Four Months Storage Free .Jamestown. the-Presiding Give us a trial. We Guarantee to Please you Table supplied 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 Lebanon, - Kentucky. and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton, of I especially request that al Clay City, III., coughed and coughed. Elder He was in the mountains on the advice who love God pray daily for the Bro. Hults, preached for us Thursday night, of live doctors, who said he had con- presence of the Holy Spirit. The sumption, but found no help in the clion his way to Monticello to hold mate, and started home. Hearing of Dr. committee are as follows: King's New Discovery, he began to use quartley meeting. License, J. L. Murrell, J. A. it. "I believe it saved my life, "he writes Miss Myrtie Phelps, Esto, was "for it made anew man of me. so that Johnson, R. T. McConnell. Admission, B. M. Currie, R. L. the guest of Misses Cazza and I can now do good work again." For lung diseases, coughs, colds, la grippe Talley, J. P. Van Hoy. Dezza Phelps, Saturday and Sun-da- y all asthma, croup, whooping cough, hay fever, hemorrhages, hoarseness or quin- I Orders. J. H. Walker, D. T. Price known remedy. Mr. Vernon Holt, who is in bus- sy, its the bestTrial bottle free. Guar- Tarter, G. W. Pangburn. 50c and $1.00. T. L. Hulse, P. E. iness in Clinton county, visited anteed by Paull Drug Co. Alfonso, king of Aragon, went Renox, Providence, April 2S THEJREGULAR PRICE OF . one day it is said, to a jeweler 30. to purchase some diamonds for THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Clinton, Five Springs, May 6 presexits to a foreign prince. He 7. was accompnied by several courAlbany, Maupin, May 910. A YEAR. IS jeweler spread his tiers, and the Creelsboro, May 13 Glensfork, finest diamonds and other pre14. If YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER cious stones before them without Campbellsville Cir., Roach villej hesitation. The king, after makTO US. YOU CAN GET 20-- 21. ing his purchases, retired, but he May Thurlow, Lady's chapel, May' had scarcely left the house when THE ADAIR COUNTY the jeweler came after him and 23. Greensburg, Hodges chapel, requested he would do him the NEWS honor to return for a moment, as May 24. he had something important to Spurlington and Early, Poplar AND say to him. The king and his Grove, May 25. and the jew courtiers Wesley chapel. Mannsville, THE L0UISVILEE eler then said that a diamond of May 2728. great value had been taken by Campbellsville station, May 28 TIMES some one of his attendants. 29. Alfonso looked sternly at those Casey Creek, Pellyton, June 3 BOTH ONE YEAR who accompanied him, saying: -- 4. "Whichsoever of you has stolen Columbia, June 1011. FOR ONLY the diamond, he deserves the Valley, June, 1112. Cane most severe punishment, but the THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is Gradyville, June,17-1- 8. publication of his name might the best afternoon paper printed Temple Hill, June, 20-- 21. tarnish the reputation of an honTompkinsville, June, 22. anywhere. orable family. I will spare them West Tompkinsville, June,24 Has the best corps of corresthat disgrace." He then desired 25. the joweler to bring a large pot pondents. The District conference will be full of bran. When it was brought Covers the Kentucky field perheld at Russell Springs June athe ordered every one of his The first day will be fectly. tendants to to plunge his right taken for the work of the SunCovers the general news field hand closed into the pot and day School and Epworth League draw it out quite open. It was completely. conference. done, and, the bran being sifted Let all local preachers read the Has the best and fullest marthe diamond was found. law regarding their attendance kets reports. at the district conference and Midnight In The Ozarks DEMOCRATIC in politics, but' govern themselves accordingly. $5.00 J i j j re-enter- $4.50. -- fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP-TI0N RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPER not to The Louisville Times. Fob Sale: One six year old combined Red Bird horse. Would trad j for cattle. - Call on Trie News. - ' tS I t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS - 8 leseBsses ;g"WW 23. jtfTOx AITh .cflTK .KTCh ?W i&fei ?W tS&d i? !& as- - BGS ALE OF .m Gradyville. 1& iA Columbia, Ky SATURDAY MAY 6, 1911. If you TOWN LOTS want to get close to two $15.00 in GOLD Given away. ucsWj. Good Schools, attend this Sale. $& ;w i&&&&&&&&$&i&&&&&&&&i rwwwwwwww; w ii 'Ww R. O. MITJILIGA.Nr 4 T&: W bg. 'Sydisr there is no doubt but what there Mi Mi Mi MMiM'M'MiMiMiMxiMi m IN N IN ft XIN 'I XINXfNXiNVlNXKXIN XIN XINXlNXINXINXININlNXINXlNXINXINxKxrN aniuuuiiiiiiuiiuuiiiiiiiaiMiiiiiitiittiiiiiiiiiiiiutitiiiitiio VX will be an average crop trans- Mi XIN J. A. Diddle "was at Greens- - planted if the season will admit. NIX LOCUST xin GROVE STOCK FARM NIX ?!n burg, a day or so the first of the The low prices do not discourage 7K VIX 7K them while the panic is on any week. NIX Mi K xin way. MX William Sexton was on the Mi In IN NIX Your reporter is just in receipt nix sick list a day or so the first of XIN "In Mi of a letter from Mr. Euphratus nix the week. xf XIN NIX nix 7t Tn H. A. Moss, of Greensburg, Harper, a son of Mr. and Mrs. NIX xK S. A. Harper, of our city. was here Wednesday. nix left us four years ago In Mi Neil & Nell are prizing a lot of IN for the state of Texas, locating x Mi good tobacco this week. IN at Moody. He likes the state Mi IN C. 0. Moss spent one day last fine, and is getting along nicely. NIX Tin xm on his farm in the Cool ti n week v He also informed us that he was xK hn SS NIX Spring community. united in the wholly bonds of 7K nix Remember the Missionary wedlock on .IN 12th, with one of Mi the RAVEN BIRD mi IN Mteting here, on Saturday and the finest ladie3 in This noted Saddle Stallion will make the present season NIX the Lone Star NIX TCI IN Sired by Red Bird 1956, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, NIX at Gradyville, Ky., and will serve mares at the low Sunday. The fifth Sunday in State. We have been informed Mi he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Black Hawk. IN XIN price of $15.00 to insure a mare with foal. Jordan is in this month. NIX lady young Mr. Harper Mi that the IN K fine shape, looks like a colt. He is so well known that 1st dam Authilia' Thompson, by Thompson's LexNIX Miss Mildred Walker is visiting married is very wealthy. We are MX TC he needs no introduction to the public. He is known ington, he by Cabeli's Lexington "3234 by Gist's Black XIN relatives in Columbia, this week. always glad to hear of our Adair Mi Hawk. 2nd dam by Caldwell's Denmark, he by King NIX IN 7K from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean. Jordan has Mi xK IN sired from 50 to 100 colts every year for 14 years, and n Lewis Cabbell, the county boys doing well. Suc- nix Denmark. 3rd dam Bonie, by Old Nat Brown 81. Mi x? most all of them have been sold from weanlings to insurance man of Miami, was in cess to you and yours, Euphra-tees- . Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay full 16 XIN at from $100 to $2,000. There has been a hands high, 5 years old, he has the best of eyes feet and NIX our city one day last week, workXIN goodly number of them sold from 500 to $1,000. There legs, a beautiful head and neck, a very heavy well set ing insurance. IN Mr, Martin W. Roach, a for- nix tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He has been over One Hundred Thousand Dollars paid to NIX Me-srG. T. Fiowers. J. A. mer citizen of Adair county, was IN the people of Adair and joining counties for this horse's possesses extreme speed, style and action, and the most In Diddle, J. D. Walker, with sev- married in Moody, Texas, Wed- NIX perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or colts. In eral others of our citizens, were nesday, April the 12th, to Mrs. Mi handled. He has fine distinct gaits, and goes them all I will also stand NOBLE PEACOCK, a son of in in a most attractive manner. You will note from his Jordan Peacock, on the same terms as Jordan Peacock transacting business in Colum- Lillie M. Gorman. The groom is 'breeding that he has for his sire the famous old Red NOBLE is a very fine young horse. He was shown in bia, a day or so of last week. a very prosperous farmer, and M' (N 7K whp has perhaps sired as many high class show, two rings at the Columbia Fair, last year and won each Bird, NJX XIN IN Mr. Warren Sexton and fam- -' the bride's one of Moody's best ili time. There were 8 entries in one ring and Noble won and sale horses as any scallion in Kentucky, and traces XK Mi IN ily will leave us in a few days, ' won.en. on his dam's side to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by x)n the blue tie. His first dam was by Artist Jewel, 2nd for McGregor, Texas, where; all horsemen to be one of the greatest sires that ever dam by Cromwell Denmark, 3rd dam by Artist 75. Russell Creek. From the above breeding you will see there is no better lived. Raven Bird is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, NIX they will make their future home. Mi XIN In bred one living than NOBLE PEACOCK. and has proven himself an excellent breeder, and we NJX MX Mr. George H. Nell, one of XIN Most of the farmers are ready xK have every reason to believe that, if he is given an opNIX NIX I will also stand 2 fine Jacks, HIGHWAY and Tn our farmers, has the to g0 t0 pianting corn as soon as NIX portunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his xIn BLACK DIAMOND at $10.00 to insure a mare with 7 XIN record of having the nicest pros- - the ground gets dry enougn. NIX worthy sire. Service fee $15.00 to insure a living colt. NIX foal. Highway's colt won the blue at the Columbia 2 7 K pect for an early garden in this vx NIX Fair last year, and several of them sold for $100 at Alexanders Artist 4517 A. S. H.R. Mn w R Squires WM Qn xIn 7K NI NIX weaning time. These are the best Jacks that I have S XIN sick list last week. Sired by Fayette Artist 4516 he by Kentucky Artist xK ever seen in Adior County. rE Mi xK Mr. Albert Parson, the noted IN Mr. r. tJ. Hood was in Uamp-- : Mi 1455, he by Artist Montrose 51, he by Artist 75 by King BLACK DIAMOND is under 3 years old. Every r mill man, of this place, will be- William 67. NIX bellsville last week on business. XIN one that has looked at him say that he is the best one s gin work in a few days on his 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900 by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd NIX they have ever seen. Your scribe and Mr. Bill Hood xK dam Juelle C. 1304 by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington dwelling, in our city. M Money due in all cases when the mare is traded sr were in Greensburg last Monday 7K Denmark 64. 3rd dam by Dew drop, by" Cabell's LexNIX NIX Mesdames George Atkins and IN ington. Alexander's Artist is a beautiful red chestnut, XIN 3 or moved from the neighborhood. (Plug mares will not EE on business. Mi be bred to this stock.) fc Rollin Browning, of Milltown, IN four years old, 152 hands high. You will note from the Mr. Henry, Squires of this 7K Feed at 25 cents per day or pasture after April jE & r3 were in our midst one day last above that there are few if any better Stallions in Kenneighborhood, but now of Knifley, 2? tucky. He is a grand individual and in every way as x& zcz 20th at 50 cents per week. week shopping MX Respectfully, ; cs was visiting his parents last Sun- XIN good as his breeding. He is thoroughly broken to double Mr. J. F. Pendleton received a NIX 7K W. L. Grady. and single harness, and nicely gaited, in fact he is a H nice lot of fat hogs here last Tues- day. Mr. Squires told your re- x x combined horse of high class, and presents a magnifibrother-in-laNIX day, at 5 cents, preparatory for porter that his XIN cent appearance any where you place him. His future xK Smmmmn!!!!!!!!!?!!!!!!!!!!!!!?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! went a wild duck hunting and Mi XIN the Louisville market. as a show horse and as a producer of saddle horses, will & 'killed thirteen ducks at four Mi compare most favorably with the best. Fee, $12.50 to XIN Mr. C. M. Hindman, of the; xfc shots. That was a good shot who Mi XIN insure a living colt. community, "was in our Milltown m: Sll j I Eu-phrate- es Jordan Peacock. I well-know- s. ; j ' up-to-da- te j I j i -- -- I :s w midst last Thursday, buying fer- tilizer. Mr. Hindman informed us that he was about ready for planting. We must say here thathe is one of our best farm- ers, and always grows anabund- ance of every thing on the farm, Mr. J. D. Walker has one of the finest colts that we have seen this spring. It is certainly ( ' IN can beat that? MX IN Mrs. Jennie Smith and daught- - Nk IN er' Miss Bessie are visitin8 at NIX XIN NIX aperimgion ana uiKnorn. XIN MX rc Mr- - Henrv Moore of Cane Val" Mi ,ev was visiting in this neighbor- - J XIN hood last Sunday. Mi XIN Rev. Luther Young will preach at Hutchison school house thejxK 5th Sunday. Q i Mi Marion Mrion is a black Jack with white points, 5 years old, 15 hands high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and ears. He has lots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features of a first-clas- s Jack. He has proven himself very sure and a most excellent breeder. Service 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 sent 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 other 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. . xK IN Nly $) S NIX Tn Mi XIN xK ARWED t v3l $ Mi XIN Mi XIN xK M IN X Mc NIX IN ;. Mrs. W. T. Shearer ,and child- - jMi a good one. It is a coach. ' XIN -days of sunshine ren were visiting at Knifley last Mi The last few NIX XIN certainly got a move on our OX Mr. Will Edd Squires and sister xF and they made good 'Mi IN uce of time in the way of plow- - were visiting at Knifley last NIX In ing, harro wing and other ways of; week. Mi XIN preparing the soil for planting..; Mr. Frank shepherd sold his NIX In Up to this time there has been crop of tobacco toR. L. Faulkner M, iN NIX NJX NIX NIX M Mi KxK?K7KxlNxlNxtNxlNxlNxKxfN xK very little corn planted. The or$i54 XIN prospect for a wheat crop is very ' flattering in this community, and Miss CIeo Shepherd was visit her niece at Bliss Mrs. Charlie in Mrs Jessie Sublette lasfc week if nothing befalls the crop with Browning. Mr. Alien vvaiKer, Columbia, the amount of .000 bushels of MissgAnna Todd is on the sick old wheat our mill men, Messrs. was through this neighborhood list at this writing. . week. Diddle & Parson haye in stock at last Miss Kate. Squires was visiting Sewelltown! this time, we are certainly sure relativs at Mt. Pleasof plenty of scake another year. friends and week. Wheat crops are looking fine in The tobacco plants our farmers ant last inform us are plentiful, "and Miss Jodie Cundiff is visiting this location. Most of people i week-farmers, -- 7K Mi IN Mi IN M' XIN NIX In-- XIN flpfHpHS N A. S. Chewning; Columbia, Ky. xKxiNxKxNxlN:xKxKxiNxiNxKlN'xK Mi xrv xK NIX & MX MX MX NjX NjX NV NIX NIX NIX NJX MX MX NIX X are ready to plant corn ' as soon as the ground is, dry enough. Mrs. Mary Kerns has been confined to her room for several days with pneumonia fever. Prayer meeting at Wooldridge school house is improving fine. H. C. Rogers, merchant is doing a good business. This fine Coach Horse will make the season of 1911 at J. G. Browning's barn, near Milltown, and will be permitted to serve mares at the low sum of $10.00 to insure a living-colt- . ARWED is a fine breeder, and has some of the best colts in Adair County. When a mare is known to be in foal and is traded or sold, the season must bepaid. ;$ as fine a Jack as tnere is in this section, will make the season at same place and willserve mares at $6.00 to insure a living colt. He is, well known as a breeder and needs no boosting. JACK OTTTlSTISr J. C. Browning. iM