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In the death of Mrs. Corinne Great Damage Done to Farm Jones Hart, the particulars of LandsFencing and Out- which were published in The News of last week, there went buildings Washed out from Jamestown a most Away lovable Christian character, a happy home broken up, and the THE SITUATION AT GRADYYILLE ALARMING hearts of father, sisters and brother were almost broken. A heart full of love for those who A heavy rain visited this county last Saturday night, continuing were dear to her by the ties of nearly all of Sunday. Russell's blood, she was ever ready to share creek was higher than it had their burdens and to tenderly been for several years, the water administer to their wants, hence reaching within eighteen inches it is hard to realize that she has f the bridge on the Campbells-rill- e gone from among them. The pike, and the bridge at the poet says there is no death it is mouth of Disappointment could only a separation, and, doubtless, not be approached on account of after a while those whose hearts back water. Along the course are now bleeding on account of f the stream lands were greatly this' sad dispensation of Providence will be made to under washed and fencing and stand why this noble life was removed At Gradyville the situation taken. We are taught in the was alarming, many families re- Scriptures that those who are moving from lower lands to pure in heart shall see God, and higher points. At this point the no living person who wasacquaint-e- d with the deceased's daily walk, water only lacked a few inches of being as high as it got four years but knows that she was ready ago when twenty persons were for her Master's call. In fact, drowned. After the flood of while she was undergoing the severest pain from burns receivfour years ago a rock wall for ed, she told those who stood protection was built near the about her bedside that she could bank of the creek, and this was not recover, and asked that washed and torn to pieces. A be not used, that she house belonging to Strong Hill was ready to meet her Savior. and also a blacksmith shop was What fortitute! how encouraging washed away. W. L. Grady's to the living loved ones! While residence is some distance from she will be sadly missed, the the creek but the lower story of greatest burden has fallen upon the building was flooded. Farms the father, who was with her lying in the Big Creek bottoms daily, she being his housekeeper were greatly damaged by wash-ut- s and the sunshine oi his home. and fencing removed. The funeral services were held A number of farmers living on in the church and the waters of Pettisfork lost ed by Eld. Z. T. were conductWilliams, of the miles of fencing. Christian Church. The building Green river will probably was crowded with friends who reach its highest point were there full of sympathy and to pay their respects to one they out-buildings to-da- y. Death of an Old Veteran. loved in life. J- "- n IM I i i T It r f ;1 rfl 4 it Nearly the entire congregation went to the cemetery, and when Last Friday evening at 8 o'clock Mr. Henry Todd, whose the vast throng left the grave, illness was frequently mention- Corinne was sleeping under a ed in this paper, passed beyond bed of flowers. the veil. The end came at the Corinne Jones Hart was born home of his brother, Mr A. D. August 28, 1881, died April 24, Todd, this city, after; having 1911. When quite a girl she probeen confined to his bed for sev- fessed her faith in Christ and united with the Christian church. eral weeks. The deceased was a son of She was married to W. S. Hart.a Wm. Todd, who died many young attorney, November 17, years ago, and was born and 1904. Her husband died Novemreared in Adair county, a few ber 29, 1905. She was the second daughter of G. F. and miles north-weof Columbia. When the civil war broke out Belle Atkins Jones. Her mothhe espoused the cause of the er, who was a sister of Mrs. Union, entered the Federal army, Margaret Tucker and Mrs. and was a gallant soldier until Kinnie Murrell, of Columbia, died J. E. M. hostilities ceased. When the about ten years ago. war closed he returned home and An Accident. engaged in farming which pursuit he followed until four years ago when he came to this place, Mr. G. W. Dillon, of Breeding, secured a room at the C( lumbia met with a serious accident in Hotel where he resided until he Nashville two weeks ago. Mr. was removed to his brother's Dillon was called to Nashville on home, three or four weeks ago. account of the death of his brother-in-The deceased was never mar- law, Dr. J. R. Shepherd. ried; was sixty-eigyears old While driving over the city the 2nd of last February. During with a son of the deceased, the his whole life he was a quiet unassuming man, having a good animal that was being driven took fright and ran away. Both word to say to every person he occupants were thrown from the met, hence he had many friends, buggy or jumped out. Mr. Shepall of whom will regret to learn escaped unhurt, but one of that he has crossed over the herd Mr. Dillon's feet were badly indark river of Death. jured, laying him up for several The funeral services were held Saturday afternoon and the in- days. The buggy was torn to terment was in the Murray peices. The last act of the horse Graveyard. There were many was to run against a post, killing relatives and friends present. itself. Peace to his memory. Mrs. Stanley, wife of the pasBesides the brother mentioned above he leaves another brother, tor of the Christian Church, Mr. J. D. Todd, and one sisters. Burksville, mother of Congressman Stanley, it is reported met with a serious accident while The washing of cuspidors at the leaving services a few days ago. public well is strictly prohibited Upon leaving the church building by the Board of Health. Carry she fell down the steps and was considerably bruised. Mr. and them to branch. Mrs.Stanlejr resided at A great deal of matter had to before going to Burks-- , he cut short ' this week on o ville. Mrs: Stanley is quite" an count of the Sheriff's settlement old lady. st ht i Arm Broken. when he sold all his possession and dismissed business from his James L. Pelley, son of Mr. J. mind. Two months before the end came, death was expected al- H. Pelley, this, place, met with a very serious accident last most daily. On last Friday afternoon at 4 The deceased was a member of Wednesday afternoon. He was o'clock many of 'the little folks the Christian church, and con- on his fathers farm, two miles of Columbia, gathered at the tributed liberally to the support out of town and was harrowing home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. of the ministry. He was also a a peice of land. In making a Strange, on Burkesville street, in Master Mason and for many years round his foot got caught in a response to invitations in honor was treasurer of the lodge to root and he was thrown violently of the 9th anniversary of their which he belonged. He will be to the ground, breaking his left daughter, Frances. The little greatly missed from the Green arm just above the wrist. Drs. folks enjoyed themselves with river section. He left no child- Cartright and Grissom were callgames and other amusements un- ren but several brothers and two ed and the fracture reduced. It til 6 o'clock, when they were in- or three sisters survive him. To will be several weeks before the vited to the dining room, which them the spmpathy of many young man will be able to work. was handsomely decorated, where friends is extended. Dr. J. H. Grady and Mr. J. W. refreshments were served. The The funeral services were conThompson went to Green river Colors were red and white. A ducted by Eld. J. F. Barger and prize was offered to the one bit- the interment in the Tupman last Saturday and arranged with the land owners near the monuing the largest piece from an ap- burying grand, near Columbia. ment for the Confederate decoraple suspended from the ceiling of A Card. tion day, the third day oi June. the room by a string. Shreve In other words the lands will be Davis was the winner, the prize I can not find words to express contolled by the committee on being a landscape picture. Those present were: Ruth and Annie my grateful and heartfelt thanks that day, hence no summer drinkHulse, Ella and Mildred Miller, to all those who rendered assist ing stands will be allowed save Alma McFarland, Rachel ajid ance in the last hours of my be- possibly one lemonade stand. Sarah Crawford, Mary Winfrey, loved daughter, Coripne, who met Information Wanted. Frances Reed, Corinne Breeding, death by accident on Monday aftNell Hancock, Margaret Lovett, ernoon, the 24th of April. Every A move is on foot to write up Mary D. Patteson, Mary Son agency possible was resorted" to mers, Mabel Rosenbaum, Erline in order that .she might live and the history of Adair county, from Grissom, Eva Walker, Vera and continue to be a blessing to her its formation. Any person who Katie Taylor, Dexter English, father, sitsers and brother. In is in possession of papers or Mary Currie. Fred and Shreve this feeble expression of gratitude books, touching the early settlement of the county will confer a Davis, Gorden English, Sidney my children join. favor by bringing same to this ft. F. Jones, Dunbar, Edwin Hutchison, Wiloffice. A copy of Allen's history Jamestown, Ky. liam. Thompson, Allen Eubank, of Kentucky is also wanted. Henry and Joe Wilson, Fred and The second Sunday of May, Claud Willis, Eudaley Currie, Remember the Cemetery AsMarvin Sinclair, Lewis Coffey known as "Mothers Day," will sociation meeting, Saturday May be observed by special appro and John Lowe. 6th, 1911, at the Hancock Hotel. priate services at the Presbyteri- Let every body interested come. The building of the new Bap- an church. Every one attending All the members are requested tist church, in Columbis is now the service will be requested to to pay their dues for the year, assured. The solisiting committee wear a white flower in honor of which is 50c. We are anxious tendered its subscriptions to the mother. to complete the cleaning,mowing building committee a few days There will be the regular ser- and raking, before decoration ago which were convassed and day. Mrs. J. O. Russell. accepted as worth eight thous vices at the Methodist Church Sunday morning. The pasMrs. Scott Montgomery reaud dollars, the amount agreed next upon to be usde in the building. tor requests all, who have not re- ceived a telegram of the death sponded to his personal appeal of her brother, W. T. Martin, The building committee is now for the benevolence of the church who lives considering plans that have been in Carthage Mo. Also to report if possible by next Sunsubmitted and within a few a brother of Mrs. Mollie Rice. day p. m. weeks hope to be in position to The telegram was received to consult contractors with a view Joseph W. Barton writes us a late for any of the family to atof awarding the contract. The few lines from Fort Sam, Hous- tend. He was a native of this building is to be brick and mod- ton, Texas. They were intended county, leaving here when twenty-on- e years of age, ern in design. for his relatives and friends. He d. Last Friday forenoon Marcellus Flanagan, who lives four miles east of Jamestown, was shot by Elzy Bernard. Flanagan is a man about twenty-fiv- e or thirty years old, and Bernard a boy about sixteen years old. Bernard was employed on Flanagan's farm, but was not a very satisfactory hand. Flanagan threatened to whip him if he did not do better. The morning of the shooting the boy took his gun and went hunting. Staying over time, he knew that he would be punished when he reached the house. He saw Flanagan coming and he got behind a fence and en.pited his shot gun, the contents striking Flanagam in the head, but he was not seriously hurt. The boy came to Jamestown and surrend-e- Subject of this writing, perhaps the best known man in the Green river section of Adair county where he had actively engaged in farming and stock raising for a number of years. He was a son of Col. .fohn H. Tupman, and was born and reared to manhood a few miles northeast of Columbia. At his death. which occurred last Thursday afternoon, he was about sixty-nin- e years old. His wife, who was a Miss Dunbar, sister of Messrs. T P., J. C. and a half sister of Dr. O. S. Dunbar, died six or eight years ago, and a short time after her death Mr. Tupman's health began to fail, but he kept active until about two years ago The building of the bridge across Green river at Neatsville has been let to the Champion Bridge Company, Cleveland, Ohio, the same company that erected the other bridges in the county. It is with the committee as to the weight of the stmcture. The weight of one bridge, at $3,100 and one at $3,700 were submitted and the committee, Mr. Gordon Montgomery, County Attorney, and Judge N. H. Moss will decide in a few days which will be accepted. It is more than likely that they next. will take the heaviest bridge. The bridge is to be completed by the 15th of September At the home of the bride's parents, near Gresham, Green county, Ky., on April the 30th, Mr. Robt. Todd and Miss Mattye Stephens were united in marriage; Rev. J. R. Crawford officiating. The marriage of these popular young people was of the nature of a surprise to their many friends. Only the immediate friends were present to witness what proved to be a very beautiful and impressive home wedding scene. Mr. Todd, son of Mr. Scott Todd, is a native of Adair County, and is well and favorably known as a young man of fine habits and of sterling worth The bride is the daughter of Mr. C. C. Stephens, who resided for many years in the Bliss neighborhood, moving to Green county but recently, and is a young lady possessing many pleasing traits of character, and highly esteemed for her genuine womanly worth. For a few months the newly wedded couple will make their home with the groom's father, near Columbia. The News tenders heartiest good wishes. Sunday ai Union Church. Sacramental meeting will be held at the Union Presbyterian church, on next Sabbath, the service beginning a sem-i-annu- al The 10:30 a. m. In the afternoon at three o, clock, there will be an address by the pastor, Rev. J. R. Crawford, to the young people of the community. All are cordially invited to attend these services. The Graded School nine o f this place went to Glenville lat Saturday, expecting to have an easy time wiping up the club at this place, but they made a miscalculation. Glenville boys were in fine trim and when the game closed the score stood 9 to 1 i n favor of Glenville. The feature of the gane was Edwin Crvaens pitching. When the boys returned home a News man met Lee Flowers, whe played left field He was asked what was the matter with the. school team. "Well I will just tell you. The Glenville club had a man in the box whe could pitch South, paw North paw, East and West, that is" what was the matter." R. F Paull sold to A. D.Corbin a pure breed crump eared Polan China gilt seven months old.that weighed 192 pounds. It is that Mr. Paull breeds as pure hogs and cattle as any man in Southern Kentucky, many of his calves showing the stripe of a blue ribbon around the neck, so he says. well-known Mrs. W. C. Wolford, who was For Sale. Camp-bellsvil- le One .tract of land lying near pike h mile north of Cane Valley, containg 90 acres all in timber. 43 acres east of Cane Valley all in timber. 69 acres at Kellyville one half of which is in timber. Also two houses and lots in Cane Valley, and about ninety thouPast Grand Master O. D. sand feet of dry lumber. Thomas, of Lebanon, was here D. H. Beard last Wednesday evening to inInspection B 300 N. C. Co. spect the work of Columbia Dayton, Ohio. Chapter, R. A. M. He was accompanied to this place by Com. Eld. Z. T. Williams officiated at the funeral of Mrs. Corinne panions J. T. Carter, W. R. JohnM. Estis and Henry Coje-maHart, Jamestown, last Tuesday ston, T. all members of Edmunds afternoon. The church was fillChapter, Lebanon. All the visit-ar- e ed with friends and the prof ound-e- st are wellknown to the Fratersympathy was manifested for nity of this place, and they were the family, who had been so sorely mosticordiaUy received. n, says: "I have joined the army and have been ordered to San Antonia, Texas, where twenty thousand soldiers are stationed. I am proud to say tht I am one of the number who is willing to fight for Old Glory. I will answer all letters and cards I receive. My address is J. W. Barton, San Antonia, Texas, 28th inft. Co.B. the mother of Messrs John and bereft The interment was in the city cemetery, the entire ' r i audiencejf ollbwing the remains to 'the grave. ' in towns were planted last week. the neighborhood. Quite a number of gardens The Lindsay Wilson team play George Wolford, died on Casey ed three games last week. The ! Creek last Saturday night. She years old and highfirst stop was Cambellsville was about 70 ly respected. She was a victim where it engaged the Buchanan paralysis. She is survived by Institute boys, winning by 5 to 2 of From there the Ciub went to her husband and six or eight children, all grown. Molen Station and played Middle- burg, winning by score six to Dr. T. A. Smith, son of Mr. three. At Danville our boys met and Mrs. G. B. Smith, who has the team of the Deaf and Dumb been practicing dentistry in Institute and were defeated 7 to for eight or ten years; has 1. become a citizen of Columbia and The wife of Columbus Dixon1 will practice his profession here. died last Wednesday night. Her He has rooms, in the Russell home was not far from the building, and he has the reputaRussell's Creek Roller Mill. She tion of being an exceilent was about 25 years old and was ! sick nine days. Eld. John R. Woodrum, who reek, Adair Miss Ermine White, who was;livesn CaS?y intywas in Columbia 'last a sister of the late Tom White, Wednesday, the first time for died at Neatsburg, this county, Thursday morning, April 27. ?ourteen rearf an mty all that .toe. Shewasabout fifty yearsoldandi1" ,he bls .aban?e ColW wasa lady greatly, respected inl? J i Mon-ticel- lo I hhf ! doub!ed lts PWtiQB. J - :4 t i- -- t ...4 ji" j-- t .iA.-i- . . Jk. JL, . iy - - u '! 9 THE ADAIR COUNTY' NEWS SHERIFF SETTLEMENT. 1910. A Statement and Settlement of the accounts of A. D. Patteson, Sheriff of Adair County, Kentucky, of the collections and disbursements of the thirty (30c) cents ad valorem and one ($1 00) dollar noil tax levied by the Adair U L Taylor, Assignee L R Chelf Fiscal Court at its April term 1910. for of the current expense of O H McClister fjhe payment H C Jones Adjiir County for the year 1910. of the Bruce White A t the regular October term Adair Fiscal Court 1910, I was appoint- J W Foster ed by said court, as its Commissioner to J G Sublett settle with A. D. Patteson, Sheriff of Sanders Bros. Assignee of . Adair County, Ky., his accounts of the Cortez Sanders George Cheatham collection and djfebursements made by him of the taxes levied by said court H T Baker Assignee C C at its April Term 1910, to be collected Roe and paid to the creditors of said county H T Baker Asssignee L D Simms by said Sheriff during the said year, and compliance with saidorder of appoint- H T Baker Assignee Tim a ment, 1 did examine said Sheriff's books ' B Cravens to ascertain the amount of said taxes Adair County News remained uncollected on the 1st day of H T Baker Assignee R M Feese Dec 1919, in order that I might charge H T Baker Assignee N R him with the additional 6 per cent Roach which is added by law, to all taxes H T Baker Assignee T J which remain unpaid on the 1st day of C- oper December of said year. And in the H T Baker Assignee W B month of March 1911, I did make a setPatteson tlement with said Sheriff as follows: I first charged said Sheriff with 3710 H T Baker Assignee W B Patteson polls listed by the Assessor for taxation H T Baker Assignee W B year 1910 at $1.00 each. for the Patteson I then charged him with 14 polls listH T Baker Assignee W B ed by th" Sheriff for taxation for said Patteson ear at 1.00 each. H T Baker assigmee W B I then charged him with 25c ad valPatteson orem tax on each $100 on $2 819 839 H T Baker assignee N worth of taxable property for General Roach Fund, and 5c on each $100 worth for H T Baker assingee N R the Road Fund. Roach I then charged said Sheriff with 25c ad valorem tax on each $100 worth of H T Baker assignee B V Hovious 16 501. property listed by said Sheriff Z T Taylor for the General Fund, and 5c thereon W C Smith for the Road Fund. W H Hamon I then charged him with the franchise tax on the different corporations doing W F Sanders Rollin Hurt assignee Logan business in Adair County. Bomar I then charged him with 6 per cent Rollin Hurt assignee Logan penalty on all unpaid taxes on DecemBomar ber 1st, 1910, which made said Patte J M Wilson son's debits as follows, towit: The Paull Drug Co DEBITS. GF RF W L Walker assignee of Ermin Leach 3710 tithes listed by Bank of Columbia assignee the Assessor. $1 00 $3710 00 U L Taylor 14 tithes listed by Mrs. Georgia R Seelton Sheriff at $1 00 14 00 JP Beard assignee H T Ba- Ad valorem tax on ker assignee C C Roe $2 819 839 worth H T Baker assignee W H of taxable properKemp ty, listed by the H T Baker assignee M Cravens equalized and J P Beard assignee Cor- certified for taxanelius Moss tion at 25c on each Adair County News $10000 thereof for Walker Abshar the General Fund, 7049 00 Martha Taylor 5c ad valorem tax on Robert Ingram each $100 00 of Jo Beard 32 819 839 for the Road Fund, $1409 91 Ermine Leach G P Smythe Ad valorem Dr. U L Taylor on $16 501 worth Miss Pearl Hindman of property listed GR Redmon Sheriff at the .' G R Redmon 25c on each $100 00 R M Cooper thereof for the ' John Eubank General Fund, 41 25 Joe Rosenbaum 5c ad valorem tax on Melvin Petty each $100 00 worth to-wi- the following certificates of allowance made by the Adair Fiscal Court and ordered paid by said Sheriff out of the levy as above set out. Said Sheriff having paid the owners of said claims the amount thereof, I therefore gave him credit by said certificates of allow- anceand which I here list, and file same herewith as part hereof, t: 2 00 $ H J Conover 25 00 Frank Jackman .. 107 86 3 28 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 48 2 96 2 00 I C Harmon ' 117 00 30 136 5 26 43 55 101 Lucian Tarter Geo W Pickett 30 00 S L Williams 90 JO Russell 50 J C White 00 A K Roupe 00 Walter Montgomery 87 FA Strange 20 AM Petty 55 Ara Smith 52 Boss Pickett 00 R B Tucker 45 J M Samuels 00 I C Breeding 65 James Thomas 00 H C Bennett L R Chelf Coomer & Gowen Flowers & Nell Walker Absher GW 3 3 5 4 ; 00 00 00 25 of 45 persons wrongfully listed for poll tax and released by the court, which order and list are filed Bank, 5-- 6 65 33 5-- 50 herewith; I there- N Rubarts ' Nell & Nell " W B Patteson W L Brockman Coomer & Gowen WA Tarter Dr. L C Nell TR Stults I c Harmon QE Nell s P Sullivan WF 8 98 187 17 79 52 2 2 56 2 2 QR Akin 00 ' -- . Cartwright 6 00 2 00 5 00 12 00 26 50 13 00 26 00 , jh JB Lewis Dudley Cornelius Moss Dr Z T Gabbert WR Grissom UL Taylor Grady C C Stephens Dr W T Grissom A W Rowe " 00 Dan Carroll 50 G F Stults 00 T W Rice 00 Reed Hardware Co 13 00 U G Stay ton 10 00 C R Hutchison 5 00 R L Caldwell 2 50 S N Keltner 2 00 Welby Mings JP Conover ' ". 16.73 6 00 11 25 2 Oo 34 27 39 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 3 28 13 00 26 00 3 (X) 5 25 2 50 3 oo 311 11 2 50 45 00 114 50 26 00 13 M E Corbin J E Burton J M Campbell James Woodrum " Keltner . - , 6 00 31 25 I 60 . 78 25 823 32 26 00 13 00 45 50 2 00 2 00 Russell & Co JP Miller & Sons " JH Pelley W L Simpson R L Campbell JE Johnson Chapman Bros Woodson Baker Strong Hill Mrs. D E Tandy Cooley Bros. J A Hardin The Bradley & Gilbert Co WM Wilmore Wilmore & Moss Wilmore & Moss W H Burris J G Grove H B Ingram & Sons H B Ingran & Sons Gordon Montgomery J W Arnold J P Powell P W Pickett NR I C " Thomas Curry Sam Burton W F Sanders H C Corbin Milton Burton J M McQuerry J R Johnson O W Willin L J Wilkerson T R Stults R J Blades U E Stapp Walker Bryaut ' n - 2 60 fore gave said Sheriff 1 00 credit by 45 polls at $1 each, 2 00 45 00 :i 00 I was then shown an or3 00 der releasing Francis G. Miller from paying a 3 00 poll tax, she having 3 00 been listed to pay three 3 00 polls; I therefore gave 3 00 said Sheriff credit by 3 3 00 polls at $1 each, 3 00 3 00 3 00 1 was then shown an orI 35 der releasing G. M. Cravens from p lying a poll 3 00 tax, which order is filed 4 77 3 00 herewith; I therefore gave said Sheriff by 1 2 10 poll 6 50 $1 00 3 00 I was then shown an orders of the Adair Coun3 00 ty Court releasing the 3 00 ad valorem tax 25c on 3 00 the $100 worth of $69-64- 5 2 00 00 property wrong3 00 fully listed for taxation; 3 00 I therefore gave said 13 00 Sheriff credit by 25c on 3 00 each $100 worth there3 00 of, Gen. Fund, 174 U 8 75 I then gave him credit by 3 00 5c ad valorem tax on 2 18 said $69 645, for road 8 00 fund, Released 3 00 3 00 I was then shown an order of Court releasing 3 00 the ad valorem tax on 3 00 $" 303 00 worth of prop4 45 erty which had been 3 00 listed, belonging to perOo 3 :$ Franchise tax, Citizens Bank, S of 34 91 Franchise tax, Farmer's Bank, of-S34 47 28 72 '' 21 82 5-- 8 5-- 6 Cane Valley, of $40 00 Franchise tax, Farmers Bank, Casey ('reek, of $9 00 Franchise tax Columbia, . , Telephone Co. 25 00 7 50 5-- 6 of S3 00 Franchise tax Myers Electric Light Co. , 2 50 5-- 6 of 6 per cent penalty on unpaid taxes Dec. 1st, 1910, CREDITS. of allowS9 54 17 311 139 S4 By certificates ance 49 polls released from taxation 25c ad valorem tax on 269 645 00, 323 20 49 00 wrongfully 174 11 listed, 25c ad valorem tax on 35 303 00, listed but not found 6 per cent penalty back on 25c ad valorem tax on $3 120 prop. 6 13 25 0 47 per cent ptnalty back 2 94 661 55 on 49 polls at $1 00 each released 6 of total commission to U 82 Sheriff for collecting Amount paid Commissioner for making this 5-- settlement Total Debit General Fund $11 139 84 Total Credit Fund 10 249 52 Balance due by Sheriff on Gen F 8890 32 25 00 310249 52 . 00 WL Walker Julia Eubank WW Kertley 00 W G Pickett 18 00 ML Conover 9 83 B F Rice 125 00 J P Coffey 224 26 5 00 13 00 2 00 9 00 6 50 4 50 45 05 12 85 15 00 15 00 16 50 2 00 6 62 213 00 16 50 3 28 3 28 SA Epperson Logan Bomar 9 50 LE Lowe A W Howard 6 00 Rose & Willis 3 00 G W Pike 51 11 284 00 175 00 175 00 - Jeffries Junius Hancock T R Stults CG O S Dillingham Pickett & Howard , R H Kimbler OH Morrison W G Ellis NT Mercer Dee Smith T J Patton HL England J A Richards J W Hadley J W Moran W R Royse W R Royse " SH Harvey J P Shaw AD Patteson W S Sinclair 16 50 S P Miller S P Miller 16 50 J V Dudley 19 19 50 50 12 00 00 tax 113 39 13 19 52 204 250 208 175 25 50 of $16,501 property listed by the Sheriff Road Fund Franchise tax on Bank of Columbia ?144 60 120 50 Melvin Petty W F Jeffries & Sons M -- ; - 8 25 J Shives F Jeffries & Sons Robt Ingram W " 24 10 R B Wilson .Franchise First $34 47 on National 65 38 tax Bank $78 45 Eubank & Son Martha Taylor J G Grove 13 07 Franchise Citizpns tax on , 28 72 5 Rank J W Sublett J W Sublett M & Bro & Bro 75 J Willis Cane Valley $34 91 Franchise tax on Far mers Bank Caseys Creek $40 Franchise tax on Columbia Teleohone Co., $9 Franchise tax on Farmers Bank 21 82 WW Kertley N H Moss 4 43 G B Atkinson John W Young J C Gose 00 ' w 00 60 J F Triplett 00 Eubank & Son 50 Al Sinclair 00 Dr. L C Nell 50 Nell & Nell 40 76 William Harvy 15 00 EL Sinclair 31 50 Jas N Murrell & Co 30 50 J B Rasner 13 00 A W Tarter 13 00 .1 ui ius Hancock 7 33 Pickett & Howaud 5 00 J A Gooden 9 05 R L Oampbell 15 60 J B Beard -- 3 00 B Jones. 52 00 H K Taylor 13 00 W A Wilson 13 00 W B Patteson 25 00 Wheat & Williams 94 25 Wheat & Williams 16 50 J N Murrell & Co 12 50 N R Roach 140 65 May & Parsons 2 00 Coffey & Patteson Levi Burbridge J R Frodge G Paull Smythe Alex Floyd. G T Bryant C A Walker W H Burris T W Bryant W R Grissom ' ' . ' - J - ' 5 00 J V Thompson 13 00 G W Burriss 39 00 R L Beard 50 00 Finis Blakey 5 00 WH Burriss 97 50 G W Sparks 52 50 Wm. Watson 28 50 HA Huff 39 00 LT Haynes 18 75 Chas. Sinclair 1 1 45 J N Fletcher 46 50 Arthur Stotts 49 50 C D Gilpin 183 10 E B Morgan 5 89 J W Jessie 9 25 Mike Grant 19 50 Dock Grant ' 2 00 GL W Keith 8 00 G W Keith 10 00 I E Loy 2 50 US Hill 2 SO Gibany Shearer 14 28 A B Corbin R H Harmon G A Dunbar 30 00 O M Taboi 45 00 A J Green 2 00 Mose Wooten 2 00 Ray Page 2 00 FB Williams 125 00 J C Eng'and 5 00 RC Neal 4 50 TK Beard " ' ' " 37 50 Richard Sebastin 33 45 W G Johnson 39 00 Alonzo Black 39 00 H V Hurt 26 00 W R Rowe 12 31 39 6 12 12 12 12 j ' , ' 1 ' ' "- 00 Chapman Bros. 00 00 00' 7 50 1 J Franchis tax on My-rElectric Co., S3 00 50 es Sper cent Penalty on unpaid taxes Dec 2 50 0 50 1 83 lth. $65 00 54 17 $11139 84 Said A. D. Patteson then presented to me the following certificates of allowance made by the Adair Fiscal Court and ordered by said Court to -- $1483 34 Holt Cravens G W Dillon Georgia R Shelton Junius Hancock. T R Stults Junius Hancock John Grady R P Browning G N Roberts D O Pelley M C Winfrey T C B ' "- 00 G W Pickett 00 S P Sullivan 350 00 J M Willis 207 13 R M Cooper 142 125 13 3 4 4 2 2 3 25 00 12 24 24 70 3 5 11 WR Johnson J R Firkin 10 Shaw 25 Baker Jessie 00 C W Pollard JP 00 NH Moss 00 Hudson Conover 00 WB ' - Patteson Wm Harvey Jo Rosenbaum . 00 N H Miller , 00 96 92 00 92 40 00 J J Junius Hancock B Grant B Garmon . v -- J W Simpson .- ' 250 3 be paid by said Sheriff out of the levy for the year 1910. Said Sher- riff having paid the owners of said several claims the amount there of, I therefore gave him credit by said certifi- cates o f allowence, winch certificates are listed herein with the name of the Payee, the Pat Chelf ' 1 4 2 S H Mitchel JJ Humphries ) ' .4 40 3 92 2 00 3 28 3 92 3 60 2 00 3 10 1850 2 00 3 28 W C Rodgers Bob Pennycuff L Akin MannieKemp J G Grant W T Loy T W Montgomery N M Hancock - Walker Bryant ' John Grady Earnest Flowers J R Tutt S W Piles A H Ballard J K P Conover L C Blair Tom Bryant Tom Powell G W Davis L V Hall Joe Rooks John P Morton & Co H T Baker assignee 12 12 27 69 2 3 2 4 225 26 4 3 3 ' 00 E R Willis 00 Al Coomer 00 A W Paxton 00 E E Akers 75 N M Tutt assignee Tom Green 14 R G Breeding 00 00 0 60 Mathew Robinson 00 Walker 50 00 89 Porter Compton Bryant Warren Moore Luther Williams J T Hutcherson J B Barnett " J C - Wm. Willin H V .Montgomery Sahdusky & Co. Reed Hardware Co. l 4 00 R F Gadberry 9 00 A B Corbin 00 00 00 25 S S Goode ' " 3 00 no property out of 00 which to make said tax. 3 00 es, I therefore gave said 3 00 Sheriff credit by 25c 7 25 ad valorem tax on each 7 38 $100 of said $5 303, G. 3 75 F. $i. 26 3 00 00 I then gave said Sheriff 3 credit by 5c ad valorem 3 00 tax on said $5 303 for 3 00 Road Fund 2 3 00 3 00 I then gave said Sheriff credit by the 6 per cent 3 00 penalty back on the 25c 3 00 ad valorem tax on each 3 00 $100 worth $3 120 prop2 27 erty released by the 3 00 Court after Dec. 1st 26 45 1910 which is on the 3 00 0 47 General Fund 4 50 I then gave him credit by 10 45 the 6 per cent penalty 3 00 back on the 5c ad valo3 00 rem tax on said sum of 10 16 $3 120 00 which was re3 00 leased after Dec. 1st, 3 00 1910, Road Fund, $0 7 62 3 00 I then gave said Sheriff credit by 6 per cent pen5 70 alty back. on the 49 polls 3 00 as $1 00 each, same 3 00 having been releastd by 3 00 order of Court, which . 3 12 is filed herewith, after 11 95 the 1st day of Dec 19-1- 0, 3 00 General Fund $2 14 50 3 00 Total Credit on releases 3 00 on Gen Fund $239 78 3 00 3 00 Total Credit release on Road Fund 3 00 $37 3 00 I then deducted this 7 37 $239 78 release fromv 3 00 the total debit on Gen 3 00 Fund, of $11 138 84, 3 00 which leaves a debit 4 00 for the ' General Fund 3 00 of $10 900 06 3 00 I then deducted from the 3 00 total debit for Road 3 00 Fund of $1483 34, the 5 00 said release of $37 76, 13 00 which leaves a debit 3 00 of $1 445 58 3 00 I then added the General 3 00 Fund debit and the Road 3 75 Fund Debit 3 00 makes a total debit 3 00 12 346 64 of 1 50 For collecting this amount 3 00 I gave said Sheriff cred4 00 it by the commission al3 40 lowed by law, of 10 per 3 00 cent on the first $5 000 3 60 500 00 which is, 3 00 by 27 90 I then gave him credit 4 per cent on the 12 34 $7 346 64, 3 00 $293 86 which is, 3 00 1 then gave him credit by 41 77 4 per cent on the school 3 00 3099-0- 0, Fund collected, 4 50 " 123 96 3 00 He then paid your com57 70 missioner for making 3 00 this settlement, for 3 00 which I gave him cred7 77 25 00 it, 18 87 3 00 942 82 3' 00 recapitulation general 1 sons who had gone from the county or who have RECAPITULATION ROAD FUND. DEBITS. To 5c ad valorem 2 819 839 00 5c ad valorem 65 1- -6 tax on SI 409 91 tax on S 25 $16 501 00 of 3144 60, Franchise tax on Bank of Colum24 10 13 07 1- -6 bia of 878 45, Franchise tax First National Bank 1- -6 1- -8 of 334 47, Franchise tax, Citizens Bank of $34 91, Franchise tax. Farmer's Bank, 5 75 1- -8 1- -6 09 1-- Cane Valley of $40 00, Franchise tax, Farmer's Bank, Casy Creek, of .59 00, Franchise tax, Columbia Telephone Co. 6 of $3 00, Franchise tax, Myers Electric Co. 4 43 5 00 1 50 0 50 00 penalty on taxes uncollected Dec ls 1910, v 10 83 31 483 34 10 8;! SI 483 34 1 1st, 1910 94 certificates of allowance, 5c ad valorem tax on S69 645, wrongfully list76 ed 5c ad valorem tax on listed, but not found 6 per cent penalty back on the 5c ad valorem tax on $3 120 worth of By $5-30- Credits. S648 02 - i 34 82 3, 2 65 property released after 1- -6 Dec. 1st, 1910 of total commission (of $793 86) for collecting on SI 483 34 on $ S17 89 0 09 132 31 $817 89 which Total Debits Road Fund Total Credits Road Fund Balance due -- by Sheriff on Road Fund GRAND $ 665 45 RECAPITULATION. DEBITS. Gen$11 139 84 To total Debits on eral Fund ng To Total Debits Road Fund Total Debits on the $1 483 34 $12 623 18 Gen-Fund CREDITS. By total Credits on By total Credits on Road Fund $ 817 89 Total Credits $11067 41 Debits S2 623 18 Credits $11 067 41 $1 555 77 $10249 52 Strange Dr A V Neathery " 108 0 3 3 3 2 of the 2 00 Gordon Montgomery 5 00 S F Eubank ; ' . 3 32 debits. J Z Pickett J A Diddle Finis Harvey J K P Conover T W Rice ' ' jm Corbin VH Blair credits ROAD $ 9 322 20 Cleveland Garrison wmie Corbm- - - fued. ' " and the and which are' filed jherewith as part of this .settlement, as follows, to-w- it: amount 2 00 135 83 2 00 12 95 J F Neat -- : CREDITS, GENERAL FUND SMBakS t v Said Patteson 'then presented to me G F Stults Mark Wilson WL Farria WJ Beard W M Rodgers 6 00 Levi Burbridge ' 10 00 Tom Rodgers oo 2 00 3 00 Ed J c Hundley Stotts R L Allen s - 90 To 3710 tithes at 1 00 00 each, 00 14 tithes at $1 00 each, 00 25c ad valorem tax on 00 2 819 839, v WL Sharp j . . 3 00 3 00 8 00 - 2 00 25c Jad valorem tax on 3 00 910 OV1, 3 00 6 of $144 60, Franchise 5-- and Fifty-fiv- e and Seventy-seve- n One hundredths. ($1 555 77) $3 710 00 14 00 Dollars on the General Fund and the Road Fund, less whatever delinquent 7 049 00 taxes, the Court may allow him for the I therefore find that fund Sheriff of Adair County,A. D. Patteson, is indebted to said county in the total sum of Fifteen Hundred J year 1910. was tnen shown a list f8 02 5--6 tax, Bank of Columbia, of $78 45, Franchise tax, First National All of which is most respectfully re11 zo ported. L. C. Winfrey. 120 50 Commissioner Adair Fiscal Court. School Settlement on paje 3, 1HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS SHERIFF'S SETTLEMENT SCHOOL FUND 1910. 3. Devotional exercies, I. M. Breeding. and Sunday. Grimsley. 4. Song led by Rucker P. Grim- A Statement and settlement of the accounts of A. D. Patteson, Sheriff of Adair County, Kentucky, of the collections and disbursements of the Ten (10c) cents ad valorem tax and the Twenty-fiv- e cent (2c) poll tax levied by the Adair Fiscal Court, at its April Term, 1910, on all property and persons not in the Graded Common School District of the town of Columoia, and ordered collected and paid to the treasurer of the County Board of Education for the year 1910. At the regular October Term of the Adair Fiscal Court, I, the undersigned, sley. 5. Welcome , address, W. F Neat. 6. Response, Frank Hughes, 7. Solo, Ida E. Bryant. 8. Reading the minutes of the previous meetings. 9. Quartette, Pearl Combest, Rucker P. Grimsley, Wonnie Grimsley, John Burton. was appointed Commissioner of said 10. Music and the Sunday Court, to settle with A. D. Patteson, Shiriff of Adair County, his accounts school discussed by Capt.. Wm. of the collection and disbursements of Bradshaw, Rev. Joseph Pierce. the ad valorem tax of 10c on each $100 worth of taxable property and a 2.1c 11. Song No 11, by class. poll tax on each taxable poll in said 12. Music and the public school coanty outside the Graded School district of Columbia, levied by said Court discussed by J. F. Turner, P. M. at its Apr. Term 1910, for the ade of Bryant, 'Nathan Murrell, I. M. the Common Schools of Adair County. And the undersigned did, in tne month Grimsley and W. F. Neat. of March 1911, make said settlement, 12. Duet, Evis B. Bryant and and reports same as follows, to wit: I find the total taxable property in Wonnie L. Grimsley 14. 3 Adair Counly for said year to be, S2 836 340 01. From this amount I deducted the taxable property in the Graded School District of $613 444 00 leaving a balance of S2 222 896 00. I therefore charged said Sheriff, Patteson, 10c on each $100 worth of said amount, ad valorem tax for said Common School purposes for the year 1910 1 find the total number of persons in Adair County who pay poll tax to be 3675. From this number I deducted paid poll number who. 318 the tax in the Graded School District, leaving a total of 33.77. 1 then charged said Sheriff with a poll tax of 25c on each of the 3357 polls for the said School Fund for the year 1910. I then charged him with Franchise tax on the corporations doing business tii .miHur ouuuty, nut m me uraueu School District. I then charged him with 6 per cent penalty on all unpaid taxes on Dec. 1st, 1910, which made said Patteson's debits as follows; DEBITS. 10c ad valorem 222 896 00 What is music, discussed by I. M. Grimsley, A. G. Hill and Wm. Stapp. P. Grimsley, Pearl Combest, Cortezt Bryant, Ida Kimble. 16. How key a piece of music, A. G. Hill, Rucker P. Grimsley, George Blair, W. C. Bryant. 17. Duet, 15. Quartette, Rucker Olive Leach, Rosa Combest. 18. Transposition by sharps, Mr. Olen Robertson, visited Mr. J. Lowe, of Columbia, is his father, Mr. Mr. Delaney in town this, Thursday. Robertson, Sunday. B. H. S. had her annual Field Mr: E. C. Rule was visiting apecta-tor- s his sister, Mrs. Geo. Day Monday, the 17th. Gresham, of were few. Nevertheless Russell Springs, last Wednesday the whole "possy" enjoyed the and Thursday. evening much. Mr. W. A. Humphress was at W. P. Nunally, one of Louis- Knifley on business, one day last ville's hustling commercial men, week. was here last week. Mr. Bunnie Rice was in Camp On Easter Sunday, after a de- bellsville, a few days ago. lightful luncheon at Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Miles Gossett, the . a rr in:ij j.t, u.. j :..i known produce man made well in. x. eiufc, cue uuyfcrfnuguifc this of the Breeding S. S.-- , took a Diaee a caii onp vo - "J lnafl a viw stroll to the woods with Mr. C Mr. Willie Brockman and sis J. Fields, our leader and guide. ter, were the guests of Mr. John After going through thickets of W. Bryant and sister, Sunday. sumac and "sasfac," we enteaed Miss Sylvia Humphress spent the woods. Well by a majority Satuaday night with Miss Meekie of the crowd, we decided to make Humphress, at J. D. Absher's. our way through the woods to Mrs. Thos. Rice was the guest gather the beautiful daisies and r minJ- .HT. wild flowers which grew on theUi "C1 rtUI1L' Wd Macue martin, western hillside, we being poss bunciay. Mr. J. D. Absher is slowly'im- essed with that venturesome spirit of Daniel Boone, Calhoun, proving. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Robertson and other pioneers of Kentucky, Kept wandering about from glen were tne guests of Mrs. J H. and dale, and finally reached 0ur.Martin Thursday. destination, which terminated in Mr. J. H. Martin, after sev-the discovery of the Great Falls ' eral months of illness, borne pa on the head waters of West Fork. tiently, died on the 9th. He Mrs. Lizzie Rowe is very ill at leaves a wife and eight Children. Wp wnnld cqtt v fV .T.;' this time. -!" PROGRAM OF Bible Institute to be Held at Zion Church May 5 and 6, 1911. 1 0 0: 5 1 a. m. Devotional Exercises 1 "' " The Bible Institute The Bible and our Religious Life The Bible and Our Civic Life The Bible and Doctrine D. H. Howerton. R. O. Ke'tner, R. B. Wilson G. Paul Smythe H. N. Philipps 10:30 10;45 11:00 11:20 The Bible and the Final Perseverance of the Saints J. F.. Roach, V. S. Dudgeon - 11:451:15 The Bible and Sanctification p. m. The Bible and the Church H. T. Jesse, V. B. Cave L. B. Arvin " 2:00 The Bible and Missions - TT-L- R. F. Joudan i.! IT SATURDAY 10:00 10:30 11:00 :15 a. m i The Bible and our School Our Relation to our School The Bible and Education V. G. Welborn, S. P. Stapp Abel Hardin M. B. Adams Jo N. Conover R. H. Durham I p. m. The Bible and the Bible School 2:30 The Bible and the Ordinances of the Church L. B. Arvin D. H. Howerton George Blair, by Flats, Anderson ! ny 19. Solo, Curtis McGaha. Normal at B. H. S., is family; "Weep not as those that swiftly progressing under the have no hope." The funeral management of Miss Estelle was held at the Christian church The Willis. tax $2- - $ 2 222 90 8 7:J 10 00 &J9 25 Franchise tax on Farmers Bank, Cane Valley Franchise tax on Farmers Bank, Casey Creek 3357 tithes at 25c each 6 per cent penalty on Schools part of taxes uncollected December 1, 1910 ($33 12) 18 12 $ 3 099 00 1 then gave said Sheriff Patteson credit by one receipt for the sum of 2000 paid by him to the Treasure of the County School Board, on the 12th day of December, 1910, which, receipt is No 1, and filed herewith as part hereof. Dunnville. I then gave said Sheriff credit by 10c ad valorem on $56 827 00 worth of proMrs. Bell Rubarts, of White perty released by orders of the Adair County Court, outside of the Graded City visited her daughter Mrs. School District. Ethel Thomas Saturday and SunI then gave said Sheriff credit 6 per day. cent penalty back on 10c ad valorem D. M. Ross is in Taylor cnunty tax on S3 120 00 released after the 1st liams, and F. J. Barger. He! -- 5 The ladies seem to be very 21. Value of music in everyday was laid to rest at the Thomas Hs busy purchasing their summer life discussed, I. M. Grimsley.A. grave yard, Monday, in the pres- - 5 head wear. G. Hill, W. F. Neat and Frank ence of a large number of rel- - r2 Mr. C. J. Fields spent Thurs- atives Hughes, and friends. irs day night with-M- r. R. B. Dillon. 22. Quartette, D. M. Moore, Who said Paul Breeding and KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. Sam Walkup, Sam Royse and L. 13 jS 'Bunk" Gibs6n didn't go to a E. Reynolds. 2 23. Song by Pleasant View party on Renox, las): Saturday Te following are the dates fixed for ZS night? Paul said he knew it, holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 class, led by I. M. Grimsley. as for he had been troubled with a1 far as renorted. om ,. Vi. IMUJ ...Jf Oig 24. Song by Concord class, No requested to report to us any omis-crick in his neck ever since. 5 107, in perfect Praise. M. F. Sparks was collecting sions or correction of dates: Benediction. Versailles, Auguest 23 days. and weighing hogs here, SaturLexington, August 76 days. V. T. Bryant, day. Uniontown, August 85 days. j Committee Howard Leach, Vanceburg, August 94 days. John Combest The Singing at Chestnut Grove ' i j ' 20. Solo, Taylor Sullivan. at Ugypt, by Bro. Z. T. Wil- - g iUUlUiUitUUUUUiiiUUUIUi iilittiiiiillilitlliiliiliiliiiiliil Money is Ti M And we all must economize , W- -. -- ? 3 - where we can get the lowest PRICES an any and Everything. by buying 1 00DS0N LEW GREEJSSBURG, KY. S day of Dec. 1910 CREDITS. on business. .Hon. G. L. Perryman and J. H. Ellis were visiting in this commuuity a few days ago. Receipt No 1, to Treasurer County Board of Education, dated December 12, 1910 10c ad valorem tax on each $100 worth of $06-8270- & & 64 rE Benett Henson and wife o f :3 Merrimac, were visiting relatives EE and property .released by order of court, 56 "&1 in this county last tveek. EE 6 per cents penalty back " " 18c 5 8 " 32 in. 7 bars 26 in J. F, Pelley and wife were low. 2&c on 10c ad valorem tax Barbed Wire, Arrow Brand, $1.65 Spool of 80 rods. visiting relatives on Goose Creek of S3 120 00, released Medical Program. Mr R. L. Campbell, prominent from taxation by order Barbed Wire, Gliddens Brand $2.50 Spool of 80 rods. a few days ago. lawyer of Dirigo, was in town of court after Dec. 1, Wire and Wire products have advanced fully ten per cent, 1910, Sherman Dickison had a big one day last week. 0 18 The Adair County Medical Society ' 4 per cent commission for will meet in Columbia, on Friday May S but we offer at same prices as made before any advance. log rolling last week Will Young was here last week Ilth, 1911 2nd Friday at 10 collecting 124 96 o'clock, at 3 Fertilizers Miss Carrie Pierce, who has for Altsheler & Co. which the following program will be! "Z2 $ 2 180 9T rendered: 10-- 2 boen attending school at Russell at 90c for Corn at $1.05 corn or tobacco RECAPITULATION. Many traveling men have made Eczema, William Blair, Glensfork. J55 Springs will return home i n a Breeding their stopping place, County Board of Health, U. L. Tay- Total Debits on School at $1.30 for Tobacco. 52 Fund $ 3 099 00 lor, Columbia davs. few Write for prices, any analysis you need. 15 owing to the fact that CumberTotal Credits on School Reciprosity between the States, C. s Bob Reynolds visited R. L. land county was flooded by high M. Russell, Columbia. 2 180 97 Fund 3 Disc Harrows at following Bargain Prices 918 03 Balance due by Sheriff The Medical defense fund, Simpson Dickison and family Sunday water last week. 5 10 Discs 16 in. at $18.00 8 Discs 16 in. at $17.00 I therefore find and so report that J. Simmons, Gradyville. night. " " " ' $19.50 " 18 " ' $19.00 said A. D. Patteson, Sheriff of Adair 8 Is Consumption Contagious? Edmond 3 . 12 County, Ky. is indebted to the School -- 5 " " " ' $21.50 18 " ' $20.50 10 " 12 Arthur Waggener, Columbia, Absher. G. L. Dickison has returned Eund in said County in the sum of Is Consumption curable? W. F. t, Other sizes at same proportion :s He says it is a $918 03 balance, for the year 1910, sub- from Georgia. Columbia. ject to the delinquent taxes allowed by State of fine people but land i s Is Consumption Hereditary? John H. 5 Cultivators Sunday School at this place, the court Grady, Columbia. All of which is most respectfully re- poor and away behind Kentucky was organized Sunday with A. Two Horse Walking $15.50 and $16.00 jE 3 Is Antitoxin a Success? S. A. Taylor, ported. L. C. Winfrey. in every respect. : Montpelier. Two Horse Riding $25.00 and $27.00 H. Feese Superintendent, and Commissioner Adair Fiscal Court. 'We hope to have a full attendance, Dunnville has some mud holes on Cortez Sanders, Secretary. Our Cultivators are the best made. All Equip- and have new life put into our society 25 main street that is a disgrace ta 3 ped with 8 points 4 shovels and. 4 Bull Tongues. Program. sE Messrs E. S. and G. M. Rice Let every body attend, and make a Why people will full hand. Remember the date. civilization. Five tooth Cultivators with lever $2.25 were the guests of the Messrs. U. L. Taylor, Program Committee. pull through mud when they can " " $3.10 Fourteen tooth :2 Squires, Sunday. Program of the musical Asso- do better is a mystery to us. Girls often take interest in 3 Black Hawk Corn Planters, Check Rowers $34.00 2 horse 2 ciation to be held at Concord Messrs. Ruth Rule, Bertha and ' " Drills One horse with Fertilizer $11.50 " HE Mrs. Geo Pelley who has been poultry and should be encouraged :2 school house the Third Sunday in confined for some time with a Audra Dillingham were at Mrs. plain $9.o0 ; to care for the fowls. Let them Ethyl Russell's Saturday and May, beginning at 8:30 a. m. bad foot is able to be out. have the fowls and permit the :3 We belong to no retailers combine. We make the Price Sunday. 1. song led by Anderson proceeds to be used at their will H Dunville has a very good chanH ARE YOU WITH US. Misses Annie and Clara Rob- This will afford an opportunity E2 ce to get a bank we understand Correspondence Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. S 2, House called to by order that the captal stock "is just ertson visitecl relatives in the of taking active exercise which iini!i!i!inimm?nmnin!i!if!!fflm!i!t?i!umnmu!i!!!jiil" Chairman. about raised. Jerico neighborhood, Saturday is needed by most girls, 0, ' 1-8- -2 2-8-4 S2 000 00 Lawrenceburg, August 154 days. Sunday was largely attended, Leitchfield, August 154 days. Burkesville, August 154 days. splendid songs were enjoy and Broahead, August 163 days. ed. Fern Creek, August, 16 4;days. Offers pure Hog Lard 50 lb $5.50 Shepherdsville, August days. Prayer meeting every Sunday London, August 22 4 .days. Hogless Lard 50 lb $4.49 night. Come. Erlanger, August 23 Tdays. Highest Grade Fancy Patent Flour 65c 241bs bag Dr. H. B. Simpson and wife Germantown, August 243 days. Nicholasville, August 293 days. " $5.00 per Bbl. are visiting relatives in Burkes-vill- e Somerset, August 293 days. Bardstown, August 304 days. Second Patent Flour, this week. 55c 241bs bag Monticello, September days. $4.49 per Bbl. Messrs. R. P. Breeding and Alexandria Spntpmhoi- - K K Ari,c Lard anP Flour bothe Guaranteed to give satisfaction. If Mount Olivet, September G. W. Dillon left for Nashville, days. Hodgenville, September 5- -3 days. , 5 not exactly as represented, we invite you to return. No Wednesday. Sanders, September days. charge for what it takes to try. Several from this place have Kentucky StateFair Louisville, Sep-- 1 2 Wire Wire Fence been hauling thier tobacco to tember 116 days. Horse Cave, September 204 days. 2 9 bars 38 in. Stardard 25c 10 Bars 47 in Standard 28c Glasgow. They report prices mayumu, oepiemuer s laays The Great Green River Merchandise g Distributor 22--- 4 " Tins at Tins 54 54 2 --: Cart-wrigh- . 2 rr rr ' THE ADAIR THE ADAIR COUNTY CGUJKTX NEWS HEWS were landed in the city jail kst Published Every Wednesday - Wednesday night, and were locked in separate steel cages. The progressive and the insurgent Renublicans are not getting-along very smoothly at Washington. . BYiTHE - Adair CountYlNews Company. ( Incorporated.) CHAS. S. HARRIS - EDITOR. in- terest of tlie City of Columbia and the people t Adair and adjacent counties. Post-offi- Democratic- newspaper devoted to tlie Entered at tlie Columbia ond class mailirnatter. ce as sec- The McCormack Binder has an excellent reputation be- The reason for the popularity of the McCormack Mower, is that it is equipped with reliable features which are approved by the World's Grass Growers. 2SS WED. MAY. 3. 19U, cause it has done splendid work for so many years in all countries of the world voters in this district, will al- - The prayer meeting at Free most be a solid body for the Union church i s progressing Eleventh District man for attor--1 tuVpIv wirh lnro- - nrnwA ney General. ' Prof Coffey will begin teach- The Court of Appeals has de- - ng a singing school at Mt. Olive cidedthat whisky storage ac-- . church th first Saturday in May counts are subject to a tax. The COntmae for five Saturdays they are old friends. .distillers will have to pay $500,-;t- 0 Mr. Junius Holt placed a 'very 000 for the last five years, and iand Sundays. hereafter will have to pay an an Mr. Clarence Earles and wife beautiful new organ in his home last week. ' nual assessment. This revenue returned from Ind.. last week, will be distributed between the! '. Mr. Junius Goodin, who has State and interested counties and D' R Whlte was m Colutnbia been in Indiana for the past two cities. The amount going to the last week on busmess. months, arrived home Wednes State will be $200, 000; to Frank- - Mr. Walter Sinclair a candi-- 1 day morning. He said he en- nn county, bU,UUU; the city of 'date for the' legislature was joyed the mp fine $7o,000; Jefferson through here lasfc week Frankfort The singing at this place, cor.- cuum,y, tpuujuuu. rayeixe, An-- . y q Wheat and family ducted by Mr. Montie Ttrter, aerson, JNelson and Daviess coun were visiting George Grant last' is progressing niceh . ties will secure large sums. Saturday and Sunday. Dr. B. C. Hyde, charged with) Died on April 17' "Old Aunt". ' I ' The Somerset Times, of last week, contained the announce- ment of Mr. Denny P. Smith, ' of Trigg county, for the Demo- -' The above is our "SISSY-Genera- l, cratic nomination for Attorney' , RAWBUCK" Sewing Machine, with an editorial en-dorsement made pointed and we sell it for $11.98 and condi- strong, showing clearly that dis- - tionally guarantee it for 99 years, tance lends enchantment to that If you buy it from a Chicago publication. In no sense would catalogue house it will cost you the News give a single express ,$12.50 and freight. You get it ion tending to do an injustice to on the same terms that the Cata-- 1 any worthy aspirant inside or out- - logue houses give you hand over side of its county, or district, the cash and we hand over the neither would it seek to advance Machine. We are also selling the interest of any man in its the best line cf Sewing Machines own bailiwick, if convinced that. made, from $16.00 to $35.00. If he would not add strength to the you want a Sewing Machine we party, and give capable service jean save you $10.00 on the price, to the State, but home pride, as Come and see. we see it, is a commendable vir- Russell & Co. tue, and from that viewpoint it Tarter. would appear that the Times is ' not overburdened with a desire Wheat crops are' looking fine to aid the candidate of its neigh- -' boring county of Adair. Truth- - in this locality, corn planting i s fully speaking, there is not a the order of the day. better qualified man offering for w- f M who hag the above position than Mr. Gar- confined to her bed for nett, of this county; in the tire State there is not a truer some time is thought to be some Democrat, and he has never, at better. any time, failed to show pride in Mr. Whitney of Campbellsville the welfare of his . party in this was through hers last week district, as well as m the State atlarge. It cuts but little figure, Iookin after timber however, whether a local paper f Mr. T. W. Montgomery who panders to the aspirations, or was taken sick while visiting his fights against attempts of an out-- son in Ind returned home side candidate to win support dau- over a local man if the home accompmied by his son and candidate is deserving in all the nter essential points In this in- - Miss Cora and Ada Shepherd stance .here is no question, and of Webbs x Roads were visiti regardless of the position The W R ShePherd last Sundav-iSomerset Times takes, Democrat- i j j , en-Jbe- en eed Hardware Co. Sole Agents for Adair County Columbia, Kentucky. i ( In the purchase of a Hay Rake j the important things to look for are ease of operation and strength of the Rake and wheels. The McCormack has both and more. ksiTi The McCormack Knife Grinder enables the farmer to always keep the knives sharp. ' ... iBV mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m mmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmi Little Bessie and Gertrude Holt1 spent last Wednesday with May Pike. The Easter hide at Mr. Deroy Giles was just simply fine. A large crowd was present, and all report a nice time. Mr. Henry Pike has almost. completed his new dwelling, and will move in in a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Gooden gave a pleasant call at Mrs. Ella Pikes, one night last week. Mr. Henry Parrot, of Camp bellsville, is in our community taking up lumber, and called at Mr. Robert Pikes, Wednesday night. Mr. Pike was glad to have Mr. Parrot with him, as i , J - Hanna's Green Seal "The Made-to-Werd ar Paint" two-third- t If you expect to do any painting, you are interested you should be in the quality of the paint to be used. s, material In any given job of painting, labor represents practically the cost. one-thiIt stands to reason that with so much expense in labor, the enduring quality of the paint is all important. sought? Why have the painting done unless the protection and durability of the job is is one to determine the true value and obtain paint that may be depended durability? upon for HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. This paint has c How the printed formula on every package. iiliilillilt. ii iiiii; i i ; ,, i 3tS 3 LVlillililS 3 ;i: : :: The makers have confidence and take pride in the quality and tell the public the composition of the paint. IS THIS OF ANY VALUE TO YOU ? IT OUGHT TO BE. FOR SALE BY IlliililiiHt rfrt ili.tM i . THE JEFFRIES Nell. HARDWARE 1S IS 1S .1S STORE XIS Niy MX M XIX ! . Sunday school at this place is progressing nicely. Messrs. L. C. and Willie Walker, were on a business trip to Flat Rock last Wednesday. Messrs Warren Moore and Wll Sneed, produce men, from Weed were here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Nell and and little son John Carl, spent last Sunday with Mrs. Nell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rose. Mr. C. P. Bell spent last Sunday with Mr. J. C. Bell and family, near Liletown. 7K 7K 7K xjn. 7K xf IX 7K XIS MX MX MX MX W t W xn xi xjn xin 71 sK xK xrs 7K 7K. A L MX VtX MX MX MX NIX MX MX MX MX MX MX MX xt. xx 71 7f x 7f xxix7K LOUISVILLE SHOPPERS XIN I -- xK 7K Find it profitable to do their shopping at our store. We know MX you will also find it profitable if you do your shopping at our XIN x store, in person or by mail 25c FOULARD 15c as XIS J Mercerized XIN MX XIS. $17. SUITS $11.95 These are exceptionally handsome suits at the price. They are mad from pure wool fabrics and well tailored. We show this line in black and colors, in French Serge, Storm Serge, English Worst- I Foulards, handsome styles, 25c 15c quality at MEN'S SILK x SOCKS 25c Men's Pure Silk N!X Socks, black and colors; 39c quality 25c. il Xfx. t IN Wiling Col. T. H. Swope by pois-- ; umiiy, aim given a. nie term in the penitentiary, was released from the Kansas City iail last Wednesday on a $50,000 bond. Lizzie wheat as she was f amil. iarly called. She had been con-- 1 fined to her bed about a month witn pneumonia. The end came Hyde's Attorneys reversed the Monday morning at 4 o'clock ' first verdict, and the case will this being her birthday, was againuecaueuaun eany aate. RPVPnr.v rWp vpars fhp u cHn The dead man was verv wealth v. ,. . aiea. She was the wife o f and anativeof Kp.ntnckv. L. Griffin B. Wheat who proceeded : j bH PERCALE XIN WRAPPERS 95c XN 7K XJN MX Ladies Percale Wrappers cut full, neatly made: 95c xK Nx xIn special. Your Home Correct and Artistic Decoration at Moderate Cost. Henry Bosch Company's Mr. W. A. Coffey, has called a meeting of the publican County Committee, for this place next Saturday at 1 o'clock. Each member of the Committee is urged to be presRe-'vearaS- 'grave about eight Chairman, her to the Ella No 2. Wall Papers New York ( tecn-eleven We are having lots of rain at , Chicago Nine- - Walker Bros, were at Red Lick Mondav, delivering hogs which they had recently sold to M. F. Sparks for 5J cents per pound. Misses Mayme, Sidney and Blanche Walker students in the L. W. T. S. spent last Friday until Monday at their home at this place. Mr. biuora Hamilton made a business trip to Greensburg last week. xK XIN xK XIN LADIES SILK HOSE 35 Ladies' Pure Silk Hose, with lisle top 50c quality 35c eds, Fancy Mixtures, etc. Many Suits elsewhere at $17. are no better. As a special bargain we offer them at PURE WOOL xK K SERGE 49c XIN NIX Pure Wool 7K French Serge, XIN. black and col- MX ors; a great val- TIN" x& ue at 49c MX XTN 50 TABLE DAMASK 39 Bleached Table xF XIN MX MX Damask, $11.95. quality 50c; as a great special at 39c. a worth as NIX In XIN xK xK GATHOFS, - Louisville, Kentucky. Eighth and Market I Kv ent. The time and manner of present, and the farmers are not nominating a candidate for the doing very much work. ' B Mr. and Mrs. James Smiley, . Mr. E, P. Morrow has finally who have , been sick for some published a card, stating that he .time, are improving rapidly. will not De a JttepuDlican Mr. Jimmie Giles, who has date for Governor. His candida- been confined to his bed for sevcy was regarded here by many eral weeks, is reported better. Republicans as a joke. f Misses Lena and Minnie Giles Three of the men charged were the pleasant guests of Miss with, blowing up the Times building, Los Angeles, California, Emma Ayers last Sunday night. i.'i .'--5.t w- For the Season of best the World affords represent the )K)K)K)K5K)K$K purchase. A postal card to address below will receive immediate attention. Sample book) shown at four residence and most attractive prices named. There it no obligation to J. G. tUBANK Columbia, Ky. and also the ones that were in school, so they were all home. Mr. Luther Bell made a business trip to Gradyville last Old Aunt Magg Glover, who John and Hestand, children of got crippled last fall has improvThursday. ed sufficiently to get around on Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bell have Mrs. Willie Hamilton, Red Lick been quite sick for several days. has been real sick for several R. H. Walker had a nice Miss Flora Moss, who ha? a po- days. dinner prepared for Easter. sition at Rock Hill writes that Mrs. S. R. Walker prepared a she is delighted with her place. nice dinner for Easter and had I have a very fine Jersey bull at mvl Mr, R! H. Kinaird did business all of the married, children in, 25.2t G. W. at Gradyville last week. Garmoa. - J j t .! J JWi-Tf- -'- - I" I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 4444444$4&4$$$4$444444444 I TO MY FRIENDS: As Successor to H. B. INGRAM & SONS and fl- - A a member of that firm, feel very grateful to those who have helped us by giving us their trade, or a part of it. I have just returned from the market where I bought a nice line of Spring goods Which I am now receiving. I ask you to call and inspect same and get my I am respectfully, prices, which you will find to be right. 1 W. I. INGRAM A I Mrs. A. I. Hurt was quite sick several days of last week. Eld. W. J. Godby, of Casey county, was here Monday. Hon. W. F. Neat has been confined to his room for several days. Dr. P. H.Conover, of Albany, ft 4$$$$$$$$$$&$$$$&,3"3M8M&$"6'8"& r AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&&AAAA PERSONAL G. P. SMYTHE for FIRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE e 'M "f Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, KENTUCKY. Sandusky & Co. Standard Hardwood Lumber Co. Plff. Farmers Bank of Cane Valley, Farmers Who have used the Black Hawk Corn Drill will buy no other r spent last week at his father's home, this place. Mr. Geo. R. Miller was with home folks here from Friday till Monday morning. Mr. R. H.Durham was in Louis ville and Elizabethtown several 0. Louisa McAllister his wife IN EQUITY. W. McAllister and Against rWf days of last week. Miss Mabel Jasper returned from a visitto Dunnville and Lib- erty last Wednesday. Mr. J. A. Winfrey and wife, Eunice, visited their son, who is virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Adair Circuit Court rendered at the January Term 1911, in the above cause, for the following sums", to the following parties viz: Sandusky & Co. $101.25 with interest from Oct. By 1st, 1910. Standard Hardwood Lumber Co. $81,13 with interest from April 2nd. 1910. Call on '- of Cane Valley Farmers in school here last week. interest from January $2500 with Mrs. Jo Russell and her little 14th, 1910,and $12.72 with interest from son, Jo Jr., 5 will be in Columbia Dec. 31st 1910, subject to a credit of several weeks. They are at Mrs. 891.21 paid Oct. 24th, 1910 and $738 with costs herein, 1 shall proceed to offer for Marcum's. sale at the Court House door in ColumMr. FrankgWaggener and Mr. bia Kentucky to the highest bidder at Jerome Hurt have returned from Public Auction on Monday the 15th day Florida. They say they may re- of May 1911, at one o'clock p. m, or thereabout, being Circuit Court, upon a turn next fall. credit of six months the following desbeen cribed property Mrs. W. T. Ottley has To My Old Customers. visiting in Burksville for the past One store house and lot situated, in Valley, Ky., which is bounded as I desire to say to my old friends that week. She is accompanied by Cane follows: Said lot fronts on the pike 150 I am again in business at the same old her little son, John. feet and runs back 80 feet, and is stand I have a nice line of groceries; Mr. JohnjT. Harvey, of Denver, bounded on the North by the turn pike, am ready to serve meals, 'and will buy by Mill Street, on the Col., arrived last Sunday night on theby Westlands of Levi Dulin, and butcher stuff. South the and will spend several weeks on the East by the lands of Thomas When I was in business here a few years ago, I appreciated the trade I rewith his mother and sister. Coffey, being same lot conveyed to Deceived. I want all my former customfendants by The Adair County Turn ers' to call and see me, I promising to do Mr. W. B. Patteson, who has Pike Co. Also a dwelling house and lot eating department been doing special revenue work, situated near Cane Valley, Ky. Said lot them right. The by will be conducted Mrs. Rasner, who is off duty for the present, as contains about one acre and bounded as is perfectly familiar with culinary many houses are closing down. follows, on North and East by lands of affairs. 25-G. T. Rasner. Joe Rice, on South by lands of Mrs. E. Mrs. Ray W. Page and child- C. Page, and on West by the turn Pike Mr. J. E. Flowers, who is a finished ren, Mrs. Guy 0. Breebing will being same land conveyed to Defen workman, is now at Sandusky & Co.'s leave this week to visit Mrs. J. dants by J. R. Rice and wife planing mill engaged in making and reThe proceeds arising from the sale of pairing furniture. Also making screen C. Glasscock, Lebanon, and Mrs. the first mentioned, store house and doors and windows. He guarantees his A. D. Purdy, Bradfordsville. lot, will first be applied to the payment work and ask the patronage of this town Glasgow, of Sandusky & Co., debt $100 with in- and vicinity. Mr. D. E. Hatcher.of 25-ttraveling salesman spent Sunday terest from Oct. 1st, 1910. Also $125 clerks fee and costs $19.57. Fertilizer. in Columbia. He not only sells The proceeds arising from the sale J shoes, but he is one of the best of the dwelling house near Cane Valley The famous Read Brand. See Scott posted men, politically, in the will first be applied to the payments of Montgomery, Columbia, Ky. c Come and be fitted with a! As his name indicates, he The Standard Hardwood Co., $80.13 State. 1910. Also 2nd, I will sell my farm known as the Piles "Madame Grace". Sold only by could not be anything but a Dem- with interest from April 07 costs. $1.25 clerk fees and $19 place, containing over Russell & Co. ! ocrat. For the purchase price, the purchaser acres and one of the best farms in close with approved surety or securities, must reach of Columbia. If you want a good I will be in Columbia the 2nd execute bond bearing legal interest house and productive land call and see day of May tuning and repairing j This Weeks Specials at Ballard j from day of sale until paid, and having me. pianos. & Miller's force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders o Richard Dohoney. Wilj H. Eads. ' will be prepared to comply promptly W. A. Coffey, MEN and WOMEN, sell guaranteed with these terms. SHINE-AL- L Scouring Soap, 2 caKes 5c. Warning Notice. If you do hose. 70 per cent, profit. Make $10 Master Commissioner. i Pork and Beans 6 cans 25c. daily. Full or part time. Beginners not want to bd prosecuted keep investigate. Wear Proof, 3038 Chest- you stock off my rented Try Englehard's fresh roasted coffees. farm. '14-1- 2 nut St., Philadelphia, Pa. You will findlnone better on the marD. M. Moore. Bank T - The Jeffries Itardw i v They will supply your wants to-wi- t. SSL r,? t -- mthi z v f .. V ' t .- Wr.-- - p -j j. -- rBLML. rr . irfr wes5?" itt. jh tae-- ' aHtaffM - V a fV wfr '.i3p 2t Illllli IllWf f f. 25-2f- two-hundre- d : 23-lr- 9 O ket. u ii ft sell. For Sale. Miss Effie Bailey, who formerstory brisk building, with garden and large barn. ly lived here but who has been in floor in two S. W. Beck. For Rent. Four rooms on ground What Is t? Read And You Will See., The Improved Pat--eIdeal Steel Harrow. It takes the rag off the bush. It is Adjustable Lever Attachment to open and close. Folds-up, easy to operate and never wears out. Just the thing you are looking for. Give it a trial and be conviuced of its merits... Men who till the soil are crazy about it. nt 1 3t. I have a good Jersey milk cow, about five years old, which I will Fertilizer. The famous Read Brand. See Scott t Montgomery, Columbia, Ky. 25-2- Tennesee for the last six months was married to a gentleman of Columbia Tenn., on the 20th of last month. -- I 3 Jo Harris, Columbia, Ky. LOST. Range Eye Glasses. Finder jeturn to Citizen's Bank, and get pay for trouble. Jo Coffey. Double Rev. B. M. Currie leaves to-d- ay Loot prettiest. Taste best 1 will grind corn at my mill every Saturday. I will also sell shingles, and have plenty now for the market, either oak or chestnut. 12- - 3m Assorted most liberally E. A. McKinley VsT CHOCOLATES for Bowling Green where he goes to represent Adair county in the State Camp of the M. W. A. He will be gone until about Friday. fi?CONFECTIONS L GEO. E. WILSON Exclusive Agent " years ago, last Saturday, the Bank of Columbia was robbed and its cashier, R.A. C. Martin killed. The robbery and murder have always been Mrs. Sam White has a $25 suit charged to thetlames and Young- of walnut ftrniture good as newwhich she will sell for $18. er boys. Thirty-nin- e The farm known as the Ruel Hutchison property was sold in the interest of the Cane Valley Bank, at public outcry, Monday. Walker Bryant became the purchaser, price $2,975. The Ingram' Smith property, sold for the same purpose brought $746. Mrs. Smith becoming the purchaser. PRICE:' 2 horse $7.50; - 1 horse $3.50. , ' For sale only by J. C. Eubank l Inventor and Patentee Cane Valley, Ky.: The Adair County News and Both One Year for 1.50. Courier-Journ- al .'Ji - ..,'.rf-T- . r ." A ,t TBE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS Vester. I Attention! We Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill Stock ready for use. A large assortment of Winddws, Doors, Roofing, Colonial Column?. we can furnish any part or all the Wood, any grade desired, that is needed for In fact ( & Mr. Cris Harmon and wife were visiting his sister, Mrs. Sil-lBurton, of this place, last Monday. FERTILIZERS - v ' 1. & N. Time Card ar son, Mr. S. Beard's Georgia is quite ill at this writing. Mrs. Rosa Curry and children spent Tuesday with Mrs. Cordia Goodan. Miss Lena Dooley was the guest of Mrs. Kate Sutton last little Building or Repair work. Interest to inspect It will be to your Prices. our Stock and Co. Sandusky &Ky. Columbia, s emsttHSSBBSi p 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 chases for the spring crops. In effect Monday. Dec CI. 1SC3. SOUTH BOUND ffxAIN Lv. Louisville . Ar. Leba.no 9:42am tfo.27 7:00am 10:04 am So. 23 SUSani 7:40pm No. 79 5:05pm 10:00 pm 8:00 pm So 21 9:00 pm Jo. S3 6:30pm NORTH BOUND Ak. Louisvuxb Lv. Lebanon I'uain 7:3) am o. 24 5:48am 10:15 am 7:32 am o.78 6:55 pra 0.28 420pm Jo. 22 6.23 pm SJ5 pro 10:15 am 7o.92 7:32am Nos. 02 and 03 are Sunday trains only. J " c?i HUGHE S COMPANY A&ifi, r.- iaA. LCUUI5, - Thursday afternoon. Miss Oma Whited was the pleasant guestof Misses Malin-di- a and Lena Dooley, last Sunday. Miss MarysCurry was visiting her sister, Mrs. ".Rosa Curry, last Sunday. Mr. andg Mrs. Alvin Burton were visitingMrs. Octavia Cole, last Saturday jiight and Sunday. aawJiftBmjBtiLmji WILMS W. M. First-Clas- HOTEL Table UIIlxpOIH, Prop r. s ONES, COFFEY & SON. COLUMBIA, mjjurw I Good Sample Roome KENTUCKY, I I Feed Stable Reasonable Rates A ' BLIND'S. Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. I 0 GRftDYlILLe, HIGH GHADE FERTILIZERS KY 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 S. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. Tf We appreciate them. I I E. L, HUSHES CO., INCORPORATED. - . """"I -- 6 - U. G. HARDHICK, Pres. J. H. COCKE, V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN. Sec W.T. Pyne Mill & Supply, Co. ESTABLISHED 186! INCORPORATED 1889 JVIILiIiW$IGtfTS mACHlFllSTS N, DEALERS IN ENGINES. EOILEfiS, SAW MLIS. 1301 GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TftlRTCeNTri-MftlLOUISVILLE J.M. Turner filled his regular appointment at Bear Wallowchurch last Sunday. Mrs. Ellen Barnes visited her daughter, Mrs. Zora Burton, from Saturday until Monday. Mr. Frank Burton and wife, of MaGaha, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. SamlL. Burton, last Monday night. Misses Dellie Burton and Alice Knight, were visiting Mrs. Kate Sutton, last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Smith, of Pellham, were visiting Mr and Mrs. Sam L. Burton, of this place, also Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burton, of MaGaha, last Saturday night andfSunday. Mr. French Valley. Mr. Will Edes, of Monticello, was stopping in this vicinity, Saturday and Sunday. fijHHK .: " -- s?n it "- .- - .rev r'w s x- 'v Special Attnetin lo Eyes Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fairprices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. 0NBURKSV1LLE Joseph C H. Stone, w Atloney-At-La- W. M. LOWERY, GerVI Agt. Science Hill, Ky. Will practice in this andfcadjoining counties. SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank WorK 'Jv.-C- Jamstown, -- : Kentucky, 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's Hot 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 lots for $5.00. Why JOBBING WORK SOLICITED 3a bSHrsi Sa-Ta- ti rt8i-rs- et-- - AIJ Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - Prof J. V. Dudley, of Glen-villn singer, the passed through here Sunday, and promised to return ere long and render a few of his best selece, well-know- Not tions. Read The Courier ELLWOOD 26 WIRE FENCE INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD Mr. Jas. Oaks and wife, of Owensby, visited their daughter, Mrs. C. C. Hale, Sunday. Several exercises Mr. of the We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long from this place atteded as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights at Oak Grove. young folks Easter and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. 58 INCH 50 C2IHCH INCH fr frrnn-TT- J. W.'Rexroat and wife,, r ga--J--Jf- TUTYTUW T l .34INCH 261NCH ibinch m mr V l KKHKKAftHflXMMftMMW f W I Wmfffimffifflmwl Ullulf WW 7 irA A A A A7T7T7U1W . r rfterf4izMaKmVmJMU'i;Sl. i Wl rm A'f tiftiui J"LJnLi of this place, visited their daughters, Mrs. Joe and Otis Stapp, of Roy. The Sunday school at this place has been reorganized, and is progressing nicely. Mr. E. D. Kimble and wife, of this place visited the latter's brother, P. L. Selby, of Den- City Hall Pharmacy, B. F. Sauter, Owner. lowsvule, ky. Journal? HENRY WATTERSON r Hf i ff ft WWK a fH.TtsoiA FiM is r S. N. HANCOCK WATCH MAKER and JEWELER Editor. We Can Furnish You rt r m TTrn-nTTTir- at ?i ? K iffTivirt?ivijff.;iiffir aiHt-j!t- jLrijL f i jt vr v ELLWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) MADE k( jlunilwfi UJaiffi' llTsiXEIQITS . iiiuiiii Vf OPTICIAN My Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction Office in Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. mark, Saturday night. Mr. John Haynes and daughter, Miss Maggie, of Montpelier, The Adair County News and the DEHLER BROS., $ $$: High-Grad- 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store. The progress of Music. Midnight, in The Ozarks and yet sleeple ss Hiram Scranton, of passed through here Thursday. Judge T. A. Murreil of your town, .was here Thursday. J.JT. Hale made a business trip to Casey, last week. Mrs. Jas. McKinley,N of Denmark, is visiting her son, L. E. McKinley, this week. A German baker in West Phil Clay City, 111., coughed and coughed. adelphia has a young hopeful who j He was in the mountains on the advice is beginning in youth the study of of five doctors, who said he had con" the violin. He takes weekly les- sumption, but found no help in the clisons and the parents are sanguine mate, and started home. Hearing of Dr. of his becoming a great musician. King's New Discovery, he began to use ' e it. 'I believe it saved my life, "he writes A friend strolled in to the day and inquired "for it made anew man of me. so that bake-shop'th- Weekly Courier-Journal fda ivw rnornDAiu i imm viVvanii e Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. Marble Cemetery work of all kind.,.. Granite See US before yon buy..... Represented by C. G. Jeffries adjoining counties inhis and Mrs. J. G. Phelps and daughtother 1 can now do good work again." For er, Miss Myrtie, of Esto, were of the genial German what prog- all lung diseases, coughs, colds, la grippe here Wednesday. ress the boy was mak ing. asthma, croup, whooping cough, hay Bro. Aaron Beck and wife, of pretty good gets along," fever, hemorrhages, hoarseness or quin"He V K$ Main Street, Esto, were here Tuesday. Lebanon, Ky, came the baker's assuring an- The Adair CountyTNews and Courier-Journ- al Both One Year for $1.50. Mrs. Margaret Kimble is visit- swer, with an elevation of chin ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and a swelling chest. "He play James Oaks; of Owensby, this 'Home, Sweet Home' with such In addition to the harem skirt sweetness that makes you wish week. ' we have also a "three-quarter- " for the Fad erland. And, by golly, skirt in our Mr. Stuart Rexroat has his midst. The poor you ought to hear Him play that skirt is being wantonly mutilated new dwelling house about Nearer, My God, to You.' " these days. sy, its the best known remedy. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. anteed by Paull Drug Co. Price Guar Write Courier-Journ- al Com- pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. A VL, U7 ISr v fs I it 4 It f the:;adair county news GlensforK. Woman's Beauty them. Nearly all women suffer more or less with some form of female trouble. It should not be neglected. Avoid the pain-tre- at yourself at home by taking as tnousanas 01 other women nave done. Begin at once and give Cardui a fair trial. Some women retain their beauty to an advanced age. J3ut women, who regularly endure pain, age rapidly, for suffering leaves its lasting marks on who is a sister of Mrs. Ed Lawless, this place, died last week. CARDUI h r f It Will Help You "I suffered llrs. Katie J 36 Burlison, Goreville, 111., tried Cardui and writes: with female troubles, and was bo sick I could not stand on my feet. Finally I began to take Cardui, and soon began to mend. If ow I am able to do all my housework and am in much better health than I was before." Try it. AT ALL DRUG STORES Y 3t. 0. S. 2unbat aenttet OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN Kes' 'phone 0fBce 'phone 40"! It. Dr. James Triplet! UcilllSli u JEFFRIES' BUILDING. RING ' KENTUCKY 'PHONE NO. 40, 3. COLUMBIA JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA. ..--........... KENTUCKY XSSPfXtXgCSXfsXsXsXSXSXs WEEKLY GOURIER -- JOURNAL HENRYWATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS for $1.50 if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, $6.00 $2.00 Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. )gxs)(sxs:5 ? XKS 5XSXSXSCSS) PicRctt Tobacco ! Warehouse t 11 INDEPENDENT C. A. BRIDGES & Co. PROPRIETORS I Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky. CHAS- - A. BRIDGES W.G. BRIDGES Four Months Storage Free fiivg us a trial. We Guarantee to Please you Table supplied With the Best the Iiarket;Affords Meals, 35c MILLEN HOUSE. M. D, MILLEN & CO., Proprs of L. & N. Sjation Located on Railroad St., one square east Lebanon, - Kentucky. I The Owensby and Jamestown very few of our frmers have fin- ball teams crossed bats at this Is ready for distribution. This book will ished breaking corn ground and place Saturday afternoon, the prove a valuable guide to the home furthe indacations are that score terminating 5 to 4 in favor nisher, as the faithful illustrations of will b e uncommonly of the home boys. Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums make it Possibe to ate. We had the pleasure of attenddo Your Shopping at Home We never saw wheat and win- ing Easter service at Hadley's Every item is of greatest interest and the ter oats look better at this time Memorial Chapel, or Oak Grove, Lace Curtain and Drapery pages add speof year. Sunday. There was a large cial value to our attrartive offerings. Born to the wife Arloe Rippe-to- crowd in attendance. A nice Write us a card to day for the Catalog program was arranged, and each 18th a boy. the Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Messrs Z. T. Taylor, J. W, and every one rendered their Incorporated Msrshalland J. V. Dudley at- part in a very efficient and 522 and 525 West Market St. manner. At noon a nice tended a quartley meeting at Mt. Olive church, Russell county on appropriate lunch was served, in Louisville, Kentucky. which all partook with interest. the 15th. Dr. J. T, Hammonds sold his At the closing Brother Hadley LAXATIVE house and lot at this place to J.Z. gave the crowd a treat on candy, MILD, Collins and has moved to Stan- and presented the little folks of FOR WOMEN GIVEN his Sunday School with nice ford. presents. Elder Z. T. Williams preached So many of the ills of women are Pepsin. It is We were exceedingly glad to due to habitual constipation, probably tive. You willwoman's favorite laxa find that you can do an interesting discourse at this because of their false modesty on the away with salts, strong cathartics hear from our Eddy, Texas subject, that their attention cannot be etc., which are entirely unsuited to place on the 16th and made too strongly called to the importance woman's requirements. to conduct a series of friend, and read his article with of keeping the bowels open. It is Mrs. Kathcrine Haberstroh of interest and pleasure. We are always important to do that, regardmeetings later in the aeason. Rocks, Pa., and Mrs. A. E. Her-riless of the sex, but it is. especially always glad to hear from a Ken- important in women. of Wheeler, Mich., who was alThe question of the most vital most stomach tucky boy, especially one from From the time the girl begins to bowels,paralyzed in her by the useand are of menstruate until mentsruation ceases this remedy.now cured sample importance that will be before A free bottle our own community, who was a she has always frastly better prospects can be obtained by addressing Dr. thd next Kentucky Legislature of coming through healthy if she school boy with our fathers and watches her bowel movements. If you Caldwell, and after you are convinced will be a moasure to change find yourself with bad of its merits buy it of your druggist mothers. So come again, G. F. breath, pimply constipated, headaches, at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle. complexion, our present miserable bad road belching gas and other symptoms For the free sample address Dr. WL C. of indigestion and constipation, take B. Caldwell. 402 Caldwell building; law. I have interviewed a great a small dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Monticello, I1L Rowes X Roads. many people in this part of the county In "regard to this question There was a very large crowd Columbia District, Third Round. and I find 90 percent of the peo- at the McElroy sale. Things ple are in favor of a tax system sold very high. Monticello, Mill Springs, April i and the working the roads by Ewell Kimbler got his eye put contract. Now that the woods out last week. He was working 89. are full o f candidates it would in a blacksmith's shop. A piece of West Monticello, Mt Pleasant, April 1112. stand the people in hand to try iron hit him in the eye. Russell Springs, Mt Oliver, and ascertain how the persons Robert Warner and wife visitthat represent or misrepresent ed the family of Thomas Hadley, April 1516. us as the case may be in the last Saturday. Burkesville, Grider, April 22 next Legislature will vote upon Jeff Hadley is on the sick list. 23. FOR 1911 the question. Has been in bad health for SevBear Creek, Goose Creek, April An infant child of Willie Par-agi- n eral weeks. 25. BRIGHTER, BETTER, died on the 16th. Hollie Gains' wife and children Peytonsburg, Spears chapel BIGGER THAN EVER Mr. W. R' Tavlor has been are visiting at Bill Cook's this April 27. confined to his bed for several week. THE1HEGULAR PRICE OF Renox, Providence, April 29 days with a crpple back. Tom Selby and Jim Holt's 30. Ovvensby. wife sold to Frank Blakey, three THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Clinton, Five Springs, May 6 shares of the old Lee Selby farm 7. Farming is quite dull at presfor $260. Albany, Maupin, May 910. IS ent on account of so much rain. A YEAR. Misses Flora Grider and Lula Glensfork, Creelsboro, May 13 Rev. T. L. Hulse delivered a Antle were visiting at Jim 14. very fine sermon at Jamestown, IP YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER last Sunday night. Campbellsville Cir., Roach ville the 1st Sunday. Chelsea Barger and Sam May 20-- 21. TO US, YOU CAN GET On the 31st, Mrs. Eliza Haynes Stephenson, of Columbia, were Thurlow, Lady's chapel, May celebrated her 70th birthday. A visiting at Bill Cook's here, last THE ADAIR COUNTY 23. nice dinner was served, and all Saturday and Sunday. Sam present enjoyed themselves nice- - comes up Greensburg, Hodges chapel, once every two weeks. ly. NEWS j I wonder what is his business? May 24. J. W. Haynes and wife visited Is he a real estate man, or is he Spurlington and Early, Poplar AND at Gaither Grider's, one night peddling on sewing machines, or Grove, May 25. last week. Wesley chapel. Mannsville, is he a drummer? I think this THE L0UISVILEE Mr. S. B. Collins has removed last is his job. I think he will May27 28. n his saw mill from here to Logan have good luck about roasting Campbellsville station, May 28 TIMES Coffey's place. ear time, then he will quit the 29. Mr. J. H. Barger recently sold road and take his game with him. Casey Creek, Pellyton, June 3 BOTH ONE YEAR pur-- 4. a milch cow for $37.50, and 's It is a little girl at Paul chased another in Adair county Columbia, June 10 11. this time. Mother and FOR ONLY for $50. baby doing well. Cane Valley, June, 1112. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is Gradyville, June,17 18. The people met last Sunday, The church and Sunday School the best afternoon paper printed and organized Sunday School at Oak Grove, had a good Easter Temple Hill, June, 2021. anywhere. here at Moore's school house, service. Preaching in the mornTompkinsville, June, 22. also the previous Sunday at Beth- ing by the writer, then came the West Tompkinsville, June,24 L Has the best corps of corres lehem. egg eating, after which the Sun- 25. pondents. Mrs- Carley Aaron, Mr. Leon- day School rendered a good little The District conference will be Covers the Kentucky field perard Bradshaw and wife have program. All honor is due to held at Russell Springs June The first day will be fectly. joined Welfare church, and were the children, for without them Baptized Sunday. we could not have a Sunday taken for the work of the SunCovers the general news field ' day School and Epworth League "Uncle" Calbert Blair is visit- School. The crowd was large, completely. order very good, .for which we conference. ing old friends and neighbors Let all local preachers read the Has the best and fullest mar-ke-ts thank every body present. here this week. their attendance reports. Eld. James P. Aaron made his law regarding Mr. Latterman, traveling district conference and salesman of Maryville, Tennes- regular round last week with at the accordingly. DEMOCRATIC in politics, but his chair bark, fixing for lazy govern themselves here this week. see, was I especially request that al fair to everybody. Mrs. F. M. Gilpin, of Gilpin, men like me to rest better. If you want a good bottom put in who love God pray daily for the Casey county, and Mrs. G. F. your old chairs, just call James presence of the Holy Spirit. The SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPEastham, of Esto, visited their in. committee are as follows: brother, D. G. Grider, last week. TION RIGHT AWAY License, J. L. Murrell, J. A. Never Out Of Work. Mrs. Omrie Wolford has been The busiest little things ever made Johnson, R. T.! McConnell. visiting her parents, Mr. and are Dr. King's New Lift Pills. Every Admission, B. M. Currie, R. L. TO THIS PAPER not to The d globule of health Louisville Times. Mrs. Robert Murray, at Sewel-to- pill is a changes weakness into strength, Talley, J. P, Van Hoy. that for the past week. languor into energy, brain-fa- g into menOrders. J. H. Walker, D. T. power; curing Constipation, HeadFor Sale: One six year old comtal Mrs. Pet Vaughan, who re- - ache, Chills, Dyspepsia, Malaria. Only Tarter, G. W. Pangburn. bined Red Bird horse. Would trad sided on Cumberland river, and 25c at Paull Drug Co. for cattle. Call on Tne News. T. L. Hulse, P. E. corn-planting On account of cotinuous rains Our Fifth Annual Catalog n up-to-da- te GENTLE FREE J Mc-Ke- es ck THE LOUISVILLE TIMES $5.00 Mc-Kinne- y's, Wol-ford- $4.50. - sugar-coate- n, ;' m M WBWBrx'W?W'l1IXr w B?l,(),ii BIG SALE OF TOWN LOTS Columbia, Ky. roxKRb., 4U& 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS SS3l,?3!i1P!:-S3jii?iX3f- 3i i xi! i3i ii3 iiSS! c5TSt Jw m tm. SATURDAY MAY 6, $15.00 in GOLD Given away. If you 1 9 11 . attend this Sale. 3& want to get close to two Good Schools, R. O. sob5, MTjrXjLI3-AN- r 'is- - x ai hox zi w mf&m s$'& " &&$&. N? -- day in Columbia, last week, preoitiuiiiiiauiuiaiitiiiiiiuiiiiimuuaiiuiututiuiuiuiiiiuio CSS Nl paring somp. of his lumber for 7K W. L. Winters was at Keltner his dwelling in our city, that he viz LOCUST GROVE STOCK FARM 7K tS day last week. He ni one will begin work on at once. r3 7K ni Z2 -A. Diddle was in Campbells-vill- e expects to erect a large, handJ. 7K ni some dwelling. S3 last Friday. 7iN IN Nj K Charlie Sparks will complete Creelsboro. CSS Nl IN "in iiis new dwelling in a few days. George H. Nell and Lum Hill Mr. Alva McFarland, Denmark spent a day or so last week on was in town Thursday. Nl IN Hussell creek, fishing. Mr. Will Young a grocery Nl ni S3 Ray Flowers was in our midst in -- r? drummer was in our midst last Tv one day last week, with a line of week. K3 .groceries f rsm rrs ni Master Gobel Clayton of RusT rz Mr. Lewis Moore, of Weed, Friday. sell Springs is Visiting his uncle, IN was in our midst last 7K S Uncle Lewis is looking fine for a Mr. A. A. Clayton. iman his age. Mrs. Bonnie Wells, of Irish RAVEN BIRD This noted Saddle Stallion will make the present season IN Mrs. W. L. Winters and Mrs. Bottom was in town shopping Nl Nl at Gradyville, Ky., and will serve mares at the'low 7TC C 0. Moss spent last Monday in Miss Nona Perryman spent 7K 'Sired by Red Bird 1956, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, NlIN price of $15.00 to insure a mare with foal. Jordan is in he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Black Hawk. Columbia. Nl fine shape, looks like a colt. He is so well known that Thursday with Mrs. J. D. Irvin 7TC 1st dam Authilia Thompson, by Thompson's LexNl he needs no introduction to the public. He is known Mrs. Susan Grissom, of Colum- at this place. IN ington, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234 by Gist's Black Njy from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean. Jordan has bia, visited the family of W. M. tN Mrs. Lizzie Allen and daught- &. Hawk. 2nd dam by Caldwell's Denmark, he by King ?K sired from 50 to 100 colts every year for 14 years, and Wilmore, last week. IN Denmark. 3rd dam Bonie, by Old Nat Brown 81. er, Miss Fannie visited Mrs. Bus Nl most all of them have been sold from weanlingsTto IN IN W. B. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay full 16 at from $100 to $2,000. There has been a spent a few days of last week ter Monday. hands high, 5 years old, he has the best of eyes feet and goodly number of them sold from 500 to $1,000. There IN Mrs. Agnes Melson visited her visiting relatives in the commulegs, a beautiful head and neck, a very heavy well set Nl has been over One Hundred Thousand Dollars paid to nity of Kemp. , brother,- - Mr. W. M. Higginbot-- , NlIN tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He the people of Adair and joining counties for this horse's 7TN torn Friday, and Saturday. possesses extreme speed, style and action, and the most Mrs. J. W. Townsend in colts. pany with Miss Thomas, of perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or Nl We are still having cool 7K I will also stand NOBLE PEACOCK, a son of were in our city one day handled. He has fine distinct gaits, and goes them all Mi IN IN Jordan Peacock, on the same terms as Jordan Peacock Jast week, shopping. 'in a most attractive manner. You will note from his K NOBLE is a very fine young horse. He was shown in in- Rev. Story preached a very breeding that he has for his sire the famous old Red Ski Nl Mpssrs. Will Tjvons nnH John IN two rings at the Columbia Fair, last year and won each Nl Cook, commercial men, of Louis- - teYestS sermon .here Sunday MIN Bird, who has perhaps sired as many high class show, IN time. There were 8 entries in one ring and Noble won and sale horses as any stallion in Kentucky, and traces ville, were with our merchants morning. IN the blue tie. His first dam was by Artist Jewel, 2nd side to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by one day last week. j Miss Ghoul Helm, of Helm was K on his dam's dam by Cromwell Denmark, 3rd dam by Artist 75. all horsemen to be one of the greatest sires that ever Nl Mi 7Jn IN From the above breeding you will see there is no better here last Thursday Lee Flowers, who has been in lived. Raven Bird is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, Nl bred one living than NOBLE PEACOCK. Columbia for the past year, has! Mr. Ernest Ross passed through IN and has proven himself an excellent breeder, and we Nl IN returned to nis nome at tm here Friday enroute for Russel I will also stand 2 fine Jacks, HIGHWAY and N have every reason to believe that, if he is given an opIN place. K BLACK DIAMOND at $10.00 to insure a mare with r portunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his Nl M Springs. 7K IN foal. Highway's colt won the blue at the Columbia Zz. Mr. H. A. Moss, of Greens- worthy sire. Service fee $15.00 to insure a living colt. NJ l Mrs. Gordon Hadley and little 7In Fair last year, and several of them sold for $100 at 5 fourg, staied over one night with Nl Alexander's Artist 4517 A. S. H.R. IN -weaning time. These are the best Jacks that I have Ssr daughter were in town Wednes- Nl 3iis brother, in our city, on his IN by Fayette Artist 4516 he by Kentucky Artist Sired - ever seen in Adior County. r return from the Cumberland riv-'- day. Nl IN IN 1455, he by Artist Montrose 5i, he by Artist 75 by King BLACK DIAMOND is under 3 years old. Every j- section, last week He reports Mr. Joe Ross, who has been Mi IN William 67. business very good. S3 one that has looked at him say that he is the best one ,away irom home tor several 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900 by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd S3 they have ever seen. i Drs. Beeler and Trinler, of years, is visiting his parents, Mr. 7TC dam j Juelle C. 1304 by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington Money due in all cases when the mare is traded E S3 New Albany, Ind., dentists Denmark 64. 3rd dam by Dew drop, by Cabell's Lexand Mrs. W. H. Ross of Rock-houor moved from the neighborhood. (Plug mares will not r3 spent a few days of last week in IN ington. Alexander's Artist is a beautiful red chestnut, 2 Bottm. S3 be bred to this stock.) our midst, and did a very good years old, 15 hands high. You will note from the four Feed at 25 cents per day or pasture after April E S3 business. Cyclone. ;? above that there are few if any better Stallions in Ken20th at 50 cents per week. Nl S3 7TC Rev. W. B. Cave, of Columbia, tucky. He is a grand individual and in every way as Respectfully, E Nl S3 Farmers are busy planting corn IN good as his breeding. He is thoroughly broken to double tilled his resrular aDLointment W. L. Grady. H here the last 4th Sunday, with a afc this writing. and single harness, and nicely gaited,. in fact he is a xery interesting discourse. combined horse of high class, and presents a magnifiMr. Robt. Smith and wife were cent appearance any where you place him. His future "Rev. Pangburn was called to visiting relatives near Ozark last Mi JN as a show horse and as a producer of saddle horses, will preach the funeral of Miss Flor- -' Saturday and Sunday. Mi IN compare most favorably with the best. Fee, $12.50 to ence Stephen, a daughter of Mr. Mr' JameS Suddarth was ln Mi insure a living colt. IN and Mrs. Poley Stephen, of the N$x$xexee Mi IN community. Miss Montpeher on business one day Mi IMilkown Marion IN .Stephen had been a sufferer with last week M Mrion is a black Jack with white points, 5 years old, consumption for several months, j Mr. Eugene Gresham, Owen NlIN lhe iuneral was preached at Wilson and Rollin Webb were in NlIN 15 hands high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, IN good head and ears. He has lots of substance, in fact jpickett Chapel. Campbellsville last week. Jack. he has all of the desirable features of a first-clas- s "Mr. W. L. Fletcher attended He has proven himself very sure and a most excellent Messrs. Will Ed Squires and Mi che funeral of Mrs. John Rowe, breeder. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. Ben Hancock were in Greensburg Breeding, last Wednesdav. at IN The above described stock will do service at my one day last week. X barn in Columbia. Mr. Garnets Morrison, of, Mr. W. E. Squires and sister, X Green county, who has been I am prepared to take care of mares sent to me working here in the hickory tim- - Annie Elizabeth, were visiting at j tk from a distance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, Nl &er business for the past month, Knifley last Saturday night and IN or fed at $8.00. In all cases money is due and must be is now engaged in the black- - gun(3av paid, when mares are bred to other stock, traded, partsmith business with Wess Parson, j ed with or removed from the neighborhood. All stock Nl IN Garnett says he likes the young! Miss Lura McFarland was will receive my personal attention, and due care will be of our city too well to iting Miss Belle Banks one day talten to prevent accidents or escapes, but will not be Jeave. last week. responsible should any occur. This fine Coach Horse will make the season of 1911 at j Mr. John McFarland and wife 7I IHons. Rollin Hurt and James A. S. Chewning, J. C. Browning's barn, near Milltown, and will be perHarnett, in company with Tim were in Columbia last Tuesday. Mi mitted to serve mares at the low sum of $10.00 to insure Columbia, Ky. Cravens, of Columbia, passed Mr. S. McFarland sold one ?K a livingjcolt. ARWED is a fine breeder, and has some through here one day last week, ;muie to James Squires for $155. of the best colts in 4dair County. When a mare is en route for Weed, where they Mr. McFarland also bought one known to be in foal and is traded or sold, the season legal ousmess to attend from j. y. Stone for $145 must belpaid.- hope where trouble and sorrow Ono. Gradyville. --- aeieKaeieieK x xmmm&w&R Jordan Peacock. -- Mill-tow- n, ; j J ! 1 ar -- se jr NL j . -- j -- t $xMM$tx$ ARWED . t ! . , -- vis-ladi- es . -- fcad-some .The Missionary meeting at iiJufi place, on last Saturday, and .Sunday, was very well attended. 'The services were exceedingly good, especially the preaching. We people feel greatly benefited -- is known no more. There will Our new church house is very be a vacant seat in our new near completion, and we will have church. our first Sermon the first Sunday We wished to correct the statein May by Rev. Wm. Smith. ment about the turtle. Mr. Asa Mr. C. A. Tarter, who Has been Paxton says instead of a hoe be.fcy getting this meeting in our pletely. Its the greatest healer of ul- very sick for the month has paid ing used as a weapon it was an cers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts, itown. Kicked By A Mad Horse Samuel Birch, of Beetown Wi?,, 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- as fine a Jack as there is in this section, will make the season at same place and will serve mares at $6.00 to insure a living colt. He isjwell known as a breeder and .? needs no boosting. . J. C. Browning. . jack cinjNrisr ,Mr. Alfred Parson spent one. earth. Try it. corns, cold sores, bruises and piles on 25c. at Paull Durg Co. the last debt, death, and passed ax'and instead of being over the in promised land, we was the 10th of May 1910. X-m- as it ii. ?tf .... - '"?., v S"Tl',f . -- AV v -- . t .. .'