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Running: broad jump tennis racket hy Reed Hardware Co'. One mile r?ce. Boys wheel barrow race two nice Linds-ey-Wilso- For Better Citizenship. Defeats Buchanan Commencement. Announcements for Lindsey-Wilso- n Commencement exercises 1911. Field Day Saturday May 13. Recital by J union pupils of mucis and Expression Departments, Tuesday afternoon May 16th. Piano and vocal recital by Misses Hodges and Milliken, certificate pupils of the music department Thursday en The 1911 Tobacco Crop. Commissioner's Sale. The Union meeting at the Presbyterian church, last Sunday night, was largely attended, and several very enthusiastic speeches were delivered The theme was for better citizenship. Eld. Z. T. Williams was to have presided over the meeting, and Mrs. Williams was on the program for a paper, linen handkerchiefs, by F. R. Winfrey. but unfortunately both of these people 100 yard dash 14 yrs and under one were sick and could not attend, to the pair cuff buttons by Patteson& Denny. regret of all present. Girls relay race 1st, box of candy by Mr. G. P. Smythe led off in a twenty-fiv- e Frank Sinclair; 2nd, box candy by minutes speech, making a very Richardson & Beck. pointed talk, advancing many ideas for wheel-barroGirl's race two making the citizenship of Adair county pounds R & B chocolate, by Ballard & better than it really is. He had no Miller. hesitancy in telling people of their Somersault race good pocket knife meanness, when testifying before a y B. M. Currie. grand jury and even before a court of Pole vault nice umbrella by Russell justice, the misrepresentation in giving & Co. in their tax lists, etc. Mr. Smythe was followed by Rev. B. Hurdle race one base ball bat by M. Currie, who is a gentleman who Reed & Miller. Pocato race knife by Dr. Triplett. never fails to speak his sentiments, Society relay race 1st, box of using no uncertain language in presentcigars by John Flowersf 2nd, case cbco-col- a ing his views. It was a fine speech, by W. T..Ottley. and it is needless to say that it was One-hal- f mi'e run knife by Jeffries . highly appreciated by the congregation.' i Mr. Currie was followed by Rev. D. hardware Store. 100 yd dash Kazor by aull Drug H. Howerton, Eld. Huffaker and Dr. Co. U L. Taylor, who heartily endorsed all Shot put shingle, shampoo, shave that had been said. and shine by D. N. Clark. Rev. J. R. Crawford, who presided, $1.50 worth dental closed the discussion with some very work by Dr. Dunbar. pointed remarks. This manner of proRunning high jump-Th- ree cedure was inaugurated by the misis-ter- s legged race of Columbia and Adair county, shingle, shampoo, shave and the fight will continue until good ifack race and shine, G. W. Lowe. results become convincing. 220 yd dash-R- ope pulling batween the Normal and Saved Child From Dcafh. Training schools "After our child had suffered from Shoe race one gold dollar by Dr. severe bronichal trouble for a yar." Cartwright. wrote G. T. Richardson, of Richardson's Ball throwing by girls nice knife by Mills, Ala., "we feared it had consumpJeffries Bros. tion. It had a bad cough all the time. Candy eating contest box candy. We tried many remidies without avail Hoop race box candy by Reed & and doctor's medicine seemed as useless. Miller. Finally we tried Dr. King's New Discovparade pair of ery, and are pleased to say that one botGirl's wheel-barrogeld cuff buttons by Dr. J. N. Page. tle effected a complete cure, and our 2nd, hat pin by Paull Drug Co. child is again stron and healthy." For Goose race souvenir spoon by Rus-e- ll coughs, colds, haarseness, lagrippe, & Co. 2nd, box candy by Drs. asthma, croup and sore lungs, its the Triplett and Dunbar. most infallable remedy that's made. Egg race box perfume by Geo. E Price 50c and ?1.00 Trial bottle free. Wilson. Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co. Tennis Tournament between L. W. T. S. and R. C. B. A. Attention. Reed Hardware Co., Messrs. Jasper, John Flowers, Jim Goff, Dr. Grissom, The recent heavy rains in this county Dr. Cartwright, Messrs Walker Bry- destroyed a good deal of fencing in the ant, Gordon Montgomery. Olie Taylor Gradyville, Milltown and Keltner secand Will Coffey gave cash prizes tions and I am besieged with letters No one will be allowed to take part in asking me to notify the people in those these contests who is not in regular at- localities to keep their stock up until tendance in school. Only bona fide the lands can be refenced. I take this itudents of other schools have been method of notifying neighbors and to take part Exercises begin at friends of the necessity of the notice, Prizes will be award ' and hope it will be heeded. 1 o'clock, sharp ed in all contests. Admission 25c. N. H. Moss, County Judge. w Institute. The Lindsey-Wilso- n Tennis team journeyed to Campbellsville for part of The following article from the West- ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT. ern Tobacco Journal will be read with KENTUCKY. interest byvthe growers of Adair and Sandusky & Co. adjoining counties: "The outlook at present is that preparations are being made to plant as large a crop in general, of tobacco in the United States as is usual, except in some few sections.'' In the dark tobacco sections of Kentucky and Virginia there is at present a general feeling to plant a larger acreage than last year. The product of these sections has been selling for satisfactory prices to farmers, and the 1910 crop is virtually out of the hands of the growers. The activity that has prevailed among the buyers of dark tobacco the past season has impressed the planters with the idea that the consumption is keeping ahead of the production, therefore the incentive for a large ciop of dark tobacco. The future of the Burley is problematic, but everything indicates that an average crop will be attempted. It would be well for the Kentucky to bacco grower to ponder awhile before going to the extreme in cutting out the production of Burley bearing in mind that it is spreading in other States. There may be some curtailment in the production of bright tobacco in the eastern part of North Carolina, owing to the high price of cotton, as it is a cotton growing section. The same may be said of South Carolina, but there is new territory opening for the cultivation of bright tobacco there. It is generally believed that in the old belts of Virginia and North Carolina the usual acreage will be planted. In the cigar leaf growing States there will be no decrease of the acreage planted." a tournamant with the Baptist school. Two sets were arranged to be played in Campbellsville and three in Columbia, The L. W. T. S., boys won both sets easily. The first stood 6 to 2, and the second 6 to 1. The remainder of the tournament to be played next Saturday, night May 18. Field Day. The L. W. T. T. was O. W. McAllister and Farmers Bank of Cane Valley, Against Louisa McAllister his wife IN EQUITY. Standard Hardwood Lumber Co. Plff. ,. uetts f Half-hamm- er w An evening of plays, Expression Friday night May 19th. Recital, Music Department, Saturday night, May 20. Gaddie. Commencement sermon, by Rev. A. will be a mass convention of R. Kasey, Sunday morning, eleven There all the Sunday Schools of Magisteria o'clock at the Methodist church May 21. District No 7 in Adair Co., at the Graduation exercises at Lindsey-Wilso- n chapel Monday morning at 9:30, May Christian Church in Columbia, on Sun22 day, May 13th, 1911, at 2 o'clock p m , Commencement address by Rev. A R at which time all the Sunday Schools chapel 11 o'clock in said District are requested to send Kasey, Lindsey-Wilso- n delegates, and as many of the members a. m. May 22. Let all former pupils return if possias possibly can will attend There will be a regular program issued, in which ble for these exercises the pastors of the different churches will be asked to take a part, and also A Call for Convention. laymen will be assigned subjects to discuss. Election of officers will take Pursuant to an order of the Adair place at the close of the convention. County Republican Committee at ameet-in- g Let every body who is interested in the which was held in the office of the Sunday Schools of the town and county Master Commissioner, in the Court be sure and attend. House, in Columbia, K3'., on Saturday, F. R Winfrey, Pres. No. 7 Dist. May 6, 1911. The republican voters of The Superintendents are requested Adair County are requested to meet in to have a full report of their school mass convention in each of the different t rough t in so the organization can be precincts on Saturday, June 24th, at 2 made complete. , G. W. Turner o'clock p. m., to select delegates to atSec. County Convention. tend a delegated convention to be held in the Court House in Columbia, Ky., Do Ghosts Haunts Swamps? on Monday, June 26th, 1911, for the No, Never. Its foolish to fear a fan- purpose of nominating a Repuplican cied evil, when there are real and dead- candidate to be voted for at the regular ly perils to guard against in swamps November election, 1911. to represent and marshes, bayous, and lowlands. Adair and Cumberland Counties comThese are the malaria germs that cause posing this 37th legislative district of ague, chills and fever, weakness, aches Kentucky in the next General Assembly in the bones and muscles and may induce of Kentucky. deadly typhoid. But Electric Bitters Each precidct will be entitled to one destroys and casts ouj these vicious delegate for each 50 republican votes o germs from the blood. "Three bottles fraction ever 25, to be based on the drove all the malaria from my system, " vote cast at the last presidential elecwrote Wm. Fretwell, of Lucama,N. C, tion. Piease remember the date and "and I've had fine health ever since." the hour 2 o'clock p. m. Use this safe, sure remedy only. 50c at This 9th day of May 1911. Paull Drug CpS W. A. Coffey Chairman represented by Lewis and Rosenfield and the R C. B. A. by Atkinson and By 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. 1st, 1910. Standard Hardwood Lumber Co. $81,13 with interest from April 2nd. 1910. great sufferers in the recent flood. Out of fourteen bridges in Barren county, seven were washed away, several mills damaged, and lands fearfully washed. In Metcalfe county the severest dam rge was at Sulphur Well. Both bridges across Little Barren river went with the current, all the lower cottages, ten pin alleys, etc. The Marcum Mill was damaged to the extent of $2,000, and Robinson's "mill was washed away. The bottom lands were almost destroyed. May the 30th will be Decoration Day," and it will De observed in this county. Exercises will be held at Bear Wallow, and at other places in the county. There will be appropriate services at the cemetery, this place. The program will be published later, The third day of June is Confederate Dpco ration Day, and a great many people will gather at the Monument, near Green River Bridge, and strew flowers over the graves of those who fought for the South The Committee for the exercises at this place is located at Columbia, and it is making all necessary arrangements. All soldiers are cordially invited to be present and take part in the ceremonies. Every body is invited to bring d basex-Fede- ral Barren and Metcalfe counties were Decoration Day. in-Tit- ed Bank of Cane Valley with interest from January 14th, 19l0,and $12.72 with interest from Dec. 3lst 1910, subject to a credit of 891.21 paid Oct. 24th, 1910 and $733 with costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Columbia Kentucky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 15th day of May 1911, at one o'clock p m, or thereabout, being Circuit Court, upon a credit of six months the following described property One store house and lot situated'in Cane Valley, Ky., which is bounded as follows: Said lot fronts on the pike 15ft feet and runs back 80 feet, and is bounded on the North by the turn pike, on the West by Mill Street, on the South by the lands of Levi Dulin, and on the East by the lands of Thomas Coffey, being same lot conveyed to Defendants by The Adair County Turn Pike Co. Also a dwelling house and lot situated near Cane Valley, Ky. Said lot contains about one acre and bounded as follows, on North and East by lands of Joe Rjce, on South by lands of Mrs. E. D. W. Suddarih. C. Page, and on West by the turn Pike being same land conveyed to Defen Many of the older residents of Co- -' dants by J. R. Rice and wife. lumbia remember Mr. Daniel W The proceeds arising from the sale of who was born and reared in and the first mentioned, store house and close to this place. He entered the lot, will first be applied to the payment Federal army when the civil war came, of Sandusky & Co., debt $100 with inand when it closed he returned home, terest from Oct. 1st, 1910. Also $125 but remained only a short time, going clerks fee and costs $19.57. out west. His retatives lost all trace The proceeds arising from the sale of him and it was many years before he of the dwelling house near Cane Valley was located. His nephews here wrote will first be applied to the payments of to the Pension Department, WashingThe Standard Hardwood Co., $80.13 ton, D C.i and learned that a man by with interest from April 2nd, 1910. Also his name was on the list and that he $1.25 clerk fees and $19 07 costs. lived in San Francisco, Cal. A letter For the purchase pnee, the purchaser was forwarded to him and in due course with approved surety or securities,must of time an answer came, stating that execute bond bearing legal interest he was well and comfortably situated. from day of sale until paid, and having Letters continued to come until a few force and effect of a J udgment. Bidders months ago. at which time a notice of will be prepared to comply promptly his death arrived. He was close to with these terms. W. A. Coffey, eighty years of age. D. W. Stone, a Master Commissioner. nephew, who lives in Illinois, was with him when he died. He reached San Are you expecting to be taged. Francisco a few days before the end. Farmers $2500 to-w- it. Sud-dart- h, Horrible Murder at Lebanon. John Robey, who was night 1 watch-Ban PREACHINN NEXT SUNDAY. at Lebanon, was horribly murdered in that city last Saturday night about He raded a crap game and arrested Jim Buckner and Jesse Smith and started to jail with them. In turning a corner one of the negroes freed kimself, pulled his dirk and commenced stabbing the officer He was stabbed eighteen times and lived only a few rinutes. The negroes escaped from the scene, but they were caught in Ma rion county Sunday and earned to Louisville for safe keeping. One of the aegroes, Jim Buckner, is a native of this county. Every thing indicates tkat the two murderers will occupy the electric chair. o'clock Our Rowes X Roads correspondent is an old gentleman and a blunt Writer, fcut we venture the assertion that his letters are read with as much interest as any we publish in the News He writes just like he talks. His expressions are quaint, and were they changed would spoil his communications. We are glad to give space to his contributions, because we know that they are appreciated. A few weeks ago a gentleman was in the office who lives out West, and who is a subscriber to the News. He said: "One of my neighbors calls at my house every week and asks for the News, saying I want to read the letter from Rowes X Roads." W. H. C. Sandidge Ebinezer. F. J. Barger, Egypt. Z. T. Williams. Columbia. J. R Crawford, Columbia. G. W. Pangburn, Gradyville. J. F. Black, Mt. Carmel. J. F. Turner, Red Lick. B. M. Currie, Columbia T. E. Ennis, Greeusburg. W. S. Dudgeon, Milltown. J F. Roach, Fry. L'. F. Payne, Morris Chapel. D. H. Howerton, Zion. The birthday of Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Barger was celebrated at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Oris Barger, last Wednesday. Mrs. B. was 68 years old, and a number of relatives and friends were invited to partake of a bountiful dinner. The day was very delightfully spent, each one present kets. presenting the old lady with a nice " Shooting at Cane Valley. gift. well-fille- There was a good deal of interest manifested in the Graded School Trustee Election last Saturday. There were two trustees to elect and there were three candidates, W H. Wilson, J. W. The two Flowers and M. Cravens. latter were elected. G. A note from Jamestown to the News states that our Owensby correspondent was in error when he stated that the game of baseball between Owensby and Jamestown closed 5 to 4 in favor of the former. The Jamestown man says that the game was even, 5 to 5. r . s i There is a great deal of complaint among all classes of business men, just now, about the dullness of the times. It should be remembered that this is the farming season, and that the yeoThe Lot Sale. manry of the country are tilling the soil, making preperations to furnish us The lot sale, advertised by Mr. R. O a living for next year, and we should Mulligan, billed for last Saturday, did all rejoice that the weather is propitious not pan out to the "satisfaction of the for farm work. owner of the property, but the failure Dr. P. H. Conover who has been loto disposef all the lots was taken in a philosophical manner by Mr. Mulligan cated at Albany since graduating, has The property is very desirable, but it removed from that place and is now lowas not an oppolune time to sell them cated at MonticeUo. He is a first-clas- s That is all there is to it. Mr. Mulligan dentist and a very excellent young man is a first-clas- s gentleman, and we be- and we take pleasure in commending lieve he will yet sell his lots at a good hin to the people of Wayne county as profit. He left Monday morning for a person worthy of their esteem and He is a clean, polihed his home in Scottsville, carrying the confidence. gentleman and his work will give enbest wishes of the people of this comtire satisfaction. munity. Mothers Day., This (Tuesday) morning Vester Mur-rel- l and Oscar Carter had trouble a t Cane Valley. Carter used a revolver and Murrell a shotgun. Both men were wounded, but neither one seriously hurt. The difficulty came up over the renewal of a former trouble, as we understand. Jo Thompson exhibited at this last Monday, four sweet potatoes grown in the year 1909. They were in perfect condition, though nearly two years old. He keeps them by packing in barrels a layer of potatoes and a layer of newspapers In fact as we understand, it is Mrs Thompson's care that the potatoes have kept; for so long a time and not the painstaking efforts Mr. office, of Mr. Thompson, it i-- . ? - urv tnr7r The Republican Committee for Adair county met at the court-hous- e last Saturday forenoon" and called a deleThe observance of what has come to gated convention to nominate a candiProgram. be known among the - churches as date for the Legislature, the 'Mothers Day" will be observed at the meetings to be held Ihe last precinct Saturday Presbyterian church on next Sabbath. in June. The Bear Wallow, May the 30th, 1911. County Convention will 1 Singing at 9 o'clock by I. M. Grims-le- y An appropriate program of music and be held in this place the Monday foladdresses, as a tribute to the worth and lowing. and others. There are five candidates be2 Preaching at 10 o'clock by James beauty of Christian motherhood, will fore the party The call for this conSulivan, of Russell county, and Jo Tur-m- be observed This service will be held vention can be found elsewhere in The and Bro. Linn. at the eleven o'clock hour. Those at- News.- ,. t tending are requested, when possible, to 3 Decorating the graves at noon. at 1 o'clock by Plato war a white flower. A cordial welcome 4. Speaking Millinery. Wade and t there for all. 5 Every body cordially invited to atV We will keep any Lawn mower we tend and bring well filled baskets. Mrs. W. L. Russell will be at Knifiey James D. Burton. Chairman. sell adjusted for two seasons free of May 12 and 13 also May'19 and 20 with T. I. Holmes. ' an line of firimmed'hats cor- charge. Reed" Hardware Co. j?jc-'- ' ' M. L. Burton, ' N rect style andxright prices. , J. B. Barton. Eld. Tobas Huffaker willpreachjat but It if Hebron the third Sunday in this month You can buy Watkins Remidies ffro'm don't bay a.mower uatilyou have seen Day at tkeLiadsey- - Wilson next Field . at 11 o'clock. H See that tag. Patterson & Denny. Jno. B. Grant. ' ours. Reed' Hardware Co. ' Saturday. 1 er up-to-da- te I , ... It Startled The World. when the aitoundins claims were first made for Buckle's Arnica Salve but date has been fixed, forty years of wonderful cures have! Columbia Fair days. August 22, four proved them true, and everywhere it is now known as the best salve on earte Many interesting contests on the next for Burns, Boils, Scalds, Sores, Cuts, campus ' ot the Lindsey-Wilso- n Bruises, Sprains, Swellings, Eczema, Saturday. Chapped hands, Fever Sores and Piles. Onlo 25c at Paull Drug Co., Get a lawn mower of your own. We have the largest stock in town to select The Rev M. B. Adams, of Frankfort, from. Reed Hardware Co. corresponding secretary of the Baptist An immense crowd of 'people is exEducational Society, preached a very next Monday, the strong and forceful sermon on Christ- pected m Columbia opening of circuit court. ian Education in the Baptist church here, last Sunday Mr. Adams .is one There will probably be a number of ofjthe strong men in the great work of stock buyers in town next Monday, Christian eaucauon, ana nis sermon here wasvery impressive. size ftttiR and grass rape pltw-liit- e Ballard k Miller's. He per pwid at time to mo r your .lawn Rub-no-mo- re Next Monday will be the opening of P. Smythe, agent for the Hartcircuit court. The town will doubtless' ford Fire Insurance Company, has ' made a settlement with Mr. Henry be full of people, and it is iikely that Hurt, who recently lost his home and several candidates, on the Republican household goods by fire. The full side, will address the constituency amount of the insurance $1,090 was Tag Day May 15th. paid, and the loss quickly adjusted. Plenty of frost here last Wednesday . Mrs. Ella Woodrum write us from morning. The dew was heavy and the , Colorado that her husband has a fine frost did but Jittle' damage. Usually a farm of 320 acres and that it is a fine killing frost comes any where from the agricultural country. Mrs. Woodrum 10th to the 15th of the month. is a native of Adair county and her Persons who will be in Columbia the maiden name was Breeding. first day of circuit court, and knowing The smaUer streams in the recent that they are indebted to this office will rise did more damage to farm lands please call and make payment. than did Green river. While the latter The residence of Mr. C. M. Herri-for- d, stream got unusually high, we have on Russell Heights, is about comnot heard of any serious results pleted. Mr. J. A. Willis will comThe May term of the Adair circuit mence the erection of a home, in the court will open nexc Monday. We same locality, in a few weeks understand that there are more cases docketed tnan usual. Columbia Lodge, No. 96, F. and A. M., wih meet in regular convocation powder makes hard next Friday night. There will be work water soft 4c a cake, Ballard & Miller. and a full attendance is urged by the Master. We have all kinds of lawn mowers from the cheapest to the best. Reed Hardware Co. Attend the Field Day exercises at the Lindseay-Wilso- n next Saturday. The enterprising firm of Ballard & Miller has just installed a very fine soda fountain. We have something to give (free) with each lawn mower. Investigate . Reed Hardware Co. You are certain to be taged Mayl5th;tj hill All who visit the Lindsey-Wilso- n Saturday will be entertained,,- 3 next - They are aU over town. I j for tags. "V -- " e&MF A JlA ,"V , ff t?SJjvH ir THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 117 00 Lucian Tarter 30 00 S L Williams 30 90 J O Russell 136 50 J C White 5 00 A' K Roupe ,' 26 00 Walter Montgomery 43 87 FA Strange , 56 20 A M Petty 101 -S '- -2 the following certificates of allowance (l C Harmon made by the Adair Fiscal Court and Geo W Picl:ett ti ord.ered paid by said Sheriff out of the L R Chelf 19 levy as above set out. Said Sheriff Coomer & Gowen having paid the owners of said claims Flowers & Nell the amount thereof, I therefore gave Walker Absher A Statement and Settlement of the him credit by said certificates of allow- G W Rubarts accounts if A. D. Patteson, Sheriff of ance and which I here list, and file same Nell & Nell W B Patteson Altar County, Kentucky, of the collect- herewith as part hereof, it 2 00 W L Brockman ," ion Jel diatrarsements of the thirty H J Conover 25 00 Coomer & Gowen Me cents ad valorem and one ($1 00) Prank Jackman W A Tarter dollar poll tax levied by the Adair i j Taylor, Assignee L R uv7 wv i aft Dr. L C Nell XV GIkU Court at its April term 1910, tor Cnelf S 28 T R Stults tfiptofmaat of ths eu.rent expense of O H. MeCliater 2 00 I C Harmon H O Jones v... Adair 0mty for the year 1910. 2 00 G R Akin" At the regular October term of the Hruce Wiute 2 00 ' AaakFuc-i- l Court 1910, I was appoint- - j J W Foster IVia ci Ji 2 48 s P Sullivan ' Wir !. miirt. ; its Commissioner o J G SubVett j W F jCartwright sfcttic with A. D. Patteson, Sheriff of Sanders Bros. Asugmu '' of2 96 Lewis Dudley Sanders Crtez Jkjhrir County, Ky , hi accounts of the cc c SETTLEMENT. -- 3 00 3 00 5 00 4 25 'a 50 2 60 1 00 .2 00 of 45 persons wrongfully listed for poll tax and released by the court, which order and list are filed herewith; I therefore gave said Sheriff credit by 45 polls at $1 1 Bank, 5-- 6 65 38 38 71 5-- of 34 47 Franchise tax, Citizens Bank, 8 of $84 91 Franchise tax, Farmer's Bank, Cane VaMey, of $10 00 Franchise tax, Farmers Bank, Casey ' reek, 31 5-- 8 to-w- SoJAraSmith ht Boss Pickett ' ; r ! l , 98 00 it B Tucker 87 45 J M Samuels J 17 00 I G Breeding 79 65 James Thomas 53 00 H C Bennett 5 00 8 00 a ooi .8 00 n oo each, was then shown aa 45 00 or-- .2 00 J P Conover 200 Dan Carroll .56 50 G F Stnlta TW Eice 3 00 9 00 3 00 der releasing Francis G. Killer from paying a poll tax, she having been listed threa polls; I therefore gave said Sheriff credit by 8 1 6of Co. 9 OO Franchise tax Telephone Columbia, Mjm Cfc Srft 'V; CO Franchise tax ffretrie Light v lit a-- - soo m i ss 00 polls at $ 1 each, was then shown an vens from g If- - 00 or- der releasing G. M. Craa poll of 6 per cent ' perw!: en unpaid taxes Dc and iiburements made by Mm f the taxus levied by aaki court at its April Trm 1910, to be collected ajid paid to the creditors o said county j hf said Sheriff during the said year, and n eompliatee with saidorder of appoint meat, i did ex unine said Sheriff's books to ascertain the amount of said taxes roraftined uneo'teete on the 1st day of UCMecti m I George Cheatham H T Baker Assignee O G Roe i. . H T Baker Asasignee L D , j 1 Dec WW. in order that I might charge hfm. with the additional 6 per cent wtoieh is added by taw, to all taxes which remain unpaid on the 1st day of nd in the DeeemVr of said year. vneoth o- V.reh Mil, I did make a set- t tlement with said Sheriff as follows: I first charged said Sheriff with 3710 polls listed by the Assessor for taxation ' for the year I91-- at $1.00 each. tben charged him with 14 polls listed by th j Sheriff for taxation tfor said year at $1.00 each. I then charged him with 25c ad tax on each $100 on $2 819 639 vvorth of taxable property for General Fund, and 5c on each $100 worth for &e Road Fund. J tben charged said Sheriff with 2oc d valorem tax on each $100 worth of 9l Sol. property lifted by said Sheriff w the General Fond, and 5c thereon 4er the Roari Fund. t then charged him with the franchise tax on the different corporations doing feaetttess in Adair County I then charged him with 6 per cent ftSBftlt on all unpaid taxes on December 1st. I9lu, which made sard Patte jaw's debits as follows, towit: J Sanms H T Baker Assignee B Cravens Adair County News H T Baker Assignee Feese H T Baker Assignee Roach H T Baker Assignee C oper H T Baker Assignee Tim R Cornelius Moas Dr Z T Gabbrt 6 00 Uv R Grissom U L Taylor 2 00 j H Grady . C C Stephens 5 00 Dr W T Grissom 12 00 A W Rows I yW ijfoo Reed UG Hardware & Stayton " -- 800 477 X 101 ist,Ma, j ! J0 00 C R.Hutehiaon. 5 00 RL Caldwell 2 SO S N Keltnar 2 00 Wplbv Mingc: r , tax. wbidb order is filed herewith; 1 therefore gave said Sheriff by 1 ::? CBD1TS f .atjoa. 9i aiio.v- - 6 50 poll -- " M 26 W J B Keltner ., - NR 13 00 Russell A Co' .1 P Miller & Sons' TJ 26 00 J H Pelley L Simpaon It L Campbell J J2 Johnson Chapman Bros Woodson Baker Stnw.g Hill Mx. D E Tandy . Cooloy Bros. J A Hardin Tne Bradley & Gilbert Co W M Wilmore Wilmore &.Moss r Wilmore & .Mobs W H Burris J G Grove H B Ingram & Sons H B Inran.& Sons Gordon Montgomery W L Walker Julia Eubank W -- WB 6 00 . , 16 73 M E.Coroin " 6 00 J E Burden ' ' U 25 J M Canipbell . ' 2:0y James Woodrum-vv Arnold' 34 27 ay oo J P Powell 2 00 P W Pickett 200 N R. Thomas 2 00 I C Curry S 28 Sam Rurton J "8 -- .oo 19 I was then shown an orA.00 ders of the dair Counago ty Court releasing the 00 ad valorem tax 25c on 5 the $100 worth of. 960-64- son $1 00 5i 4 itnotti releaawt from ta S5c ad valorem, tax 68 645 Ui wroutflal.y on 171 nated,. ad valorem $5 6 . 00 0 Patteson H T Baker Assignee W B 31 ' Patteson HT Baker Assignee W B I 60 B 78 26 oo H C Corbin 3 0U' Miton Burton 5 2 .1 M WcQue'rry n m W F Sanders Patteson H T Baker Assignee W Patteson HT 2 50 J R Johnson fr vai-ce- m Raker assigmee W B. 'S23 32 26 00 13 00 Patteson N Roach H T Baker assingee N R Roach H T Biiker assignee B V Hovious Z T Taylor W C Smith W H Hamon W F Sanders Rollin Hurt assignee Logan Bomar Rollin Hurt assignee Logan Bormr. H T Baker assignee 8 00 O W Willin 811 11 L J Wilkersou ' 2 50 T R Stults 15 00 R J Blades 114 50 U E Stapp . 26 00 Walker Bryaut 18 00 W G Pickett 18 0!J M B ' each $100 worth there75 174 11 of, Gen. Fund, 8 00 I tlien gave him credit hy 2 18 5c ad valorem tax on v 800 said'$69 645, for road fond, Re'eased 3 00 n oo I wag tben shown an or;; oo der of Cdurt releasing" a;oo the ad valorem tax on $" :$08 00 worth of prop-t-ri- y .4 8 which had been t 300 800 00 property wrongfully listed for taxation: 1 therefore gave said Sheriff credit by 35e on W 00, tax en lifted bat tax 91 CO not found percent penalty back on 25c ad valorem on 3 130 prop. $ per cent penalty hack on 49 polls each, at urn 5-- 6 released of total commiasioa ta $61 Sheriff for collectaae; Aaaotmt paid CniiiiuaT- samer for makknr Uria ; aettlemmrt Total Debit Geaeval 2.5 suo iioted, blunging to per- mws Fund $11 Total Credit Fond 10 Sheriff on Gen F BjBCAraruLATioM . '8 00 8 00 100 a oo L ConoTcr . 45 2 2 3 8 50 12'5 OO 00 00 28 W W Kertley 23 S A Epperson Logan Homar 9 50 . J M Wilson" LB A W Howard 6 00 Rose & Willis 00 G V Pike L-r- F Rice P Coffey J 224 26 H H Kimbler 5,00 O H Morrison 18 00- VV G Ellis ' 2 00 N T Mercer 7 9 0i Dee Smith ' 83 . - i) 900 726 738 3 75 a sona who had goue from the county ur who have no property out of which to make said tax-- 8, 1 therefore gavb said Sharif? credit by 85c ad vaiorem tax on eaeh G. $100 of said $5 V. 1 m HS ( m $$019 ner x Ji oo 3, MBWTSv $18 86 S0G 3 00 3 60 " then gave said Sheriff credit by 5c ad valorem To 5e ad vaktrem tax e 819 839 00 oe Ml n raktrem tax 501 00 $144 $0, en 8 6 50 4 .101 T J Patton H L England ? tax on 3 00 DEBITS. GP . titties iisted by 8a9Aasesaer.$l M $3710 00 fc& tuh-- s listed by ,14 DO Sheriff at $1 00 &d valorem tax on 'St 81fc 889 worth Jf?10 RP f taxable proper-;t-y, The Paul! Drug Co V L Waiker assignee of Ermin Loach Bank of Columbia assignee U L Taylor Wrs- Georgia R Seelton P Beard assignee H T Baker assijpnee C C Roe H.T Baker assignee W H Ktinp H. T liaker assignee M OG Jeffries. Juntas Hancock 28f 00 T R Stults -- 51 11 , ; 45 05 J A Richards 12 S5 r J W. Hadley 15 m J W Moran 15 M)! W RRoyse, 16 a do 3 00 , I Road Fund then gave said Sheriff, .id $5 309 for 9 $5 1-- $lf 6 of Krawmws tax on Bank of Coktat bia j-- soo s 2 -- ,i 50 W R Roye OS 175 00 175 16 16 Diilingham Pickett & Howard .. -- 2 O) j S 6 62 J 21 00 A D Patteson W S Sinclair 50 S P Miller ' 16 " listed by the ad, eq united and certified for tax- tion at 25e oneaek $18000 iSP Miller 50 J v Dudley ' ' : . ,l - 30 j Cravens .1 19 50 Cor- 19 1 P Beavd assignee thereof lev rWt) 00 m the Geneial Fund, 'C ad val.-.fetax om each $100 00 f $2 SI, 839 for the Boad Pttnd, &d v.tlorom dw $16 ZOl woitfc netiue Moss Adair County News Walker Abshar Martha Taylor 50 12 j .,' Robert Ingram Jo Heard $1400 91 Ecmiiw Leach G P Smythe Or. U L Taylor Miss Pearl Hindman, G R Redinon tax of prujterty Ested by tSe Sheriff thereof fcncn$100tt) at 4il 5 j PTriDlett (X) Eubank & Son 50 Al Sinclair " 0 Dr L C Nell "25 50LMell&NeIl i ! ! 113 39 13 19 52 :,20i .250 .203 00) 00 Oss; j Levi Burbiidge j R Frodge. G Paull Smythe Alex Floyd. GT "Bryant ' C A Walker W H Burrig W ' . :' 45 2 .2 2 125 00 J C PJng'and R C Meal , 5 00 j II Harvey P Shaw OU'RH Harmon 50 i G A Dunbar 00 O M Taboi 00 A J Green 00 Mose Woolen 00 Ka Page 00 F B Williams I ; 3 26 3 4 10 3 00j 3 00 10 16i 00 a oo t oo 27 00 45 00 50 45 credit by the 6 percent penalty back on the 25c ad valorem tax on eaeh $U) worth $3 120 property released by tin 0-- "ff IS of 1- -6 $78 45, Fraacmsa lt; tax FirstNatkmal Bank of 4 47, Franchise tax, Citizena Bank of $iM 91, "mnrhhii tax. Farmer's liaak, Cane Valley of $4U 00, France tax. Farmer's Bank, Colombia tax. ephoBe Ce. 7.62 3 00 --o 4 50J.TK Beard 00 J W Thompson ' 5 70 3 3 :3 3 11 3 ' ' J 0JT W 60 Bryant RGriasom ' 13 00 j G W Burriss m 00 j.R L Board ,, 50 00 Finis Blakey 6 00 W H Burriss 97 50 G W Sparks 62 50 Wm. Watson ! ! i . . 00 00 0f 12 5)5 00 .' ' ' for the "General Fund, 5c ad valorem tax on oach $100 00 worth R Redmon R M Cooper J Jehn Eubank Joe Rosenbaum G y ' 40 76 William 15'OOJ 3.1 ! liar vy -- SO j . ' ; Ja EL Sinclair N Murrell & Co of $15,591 property listed by the Sheriff Hoed Foad Franchise tax on Beak of Colombia $144 W Melvin Petty Melvin Petty W F 'Jeffries & Sons 8 21 30 50 J B Rasner 13 00 A W Tarter i . . . J M Shives Jeffries & Sons Robt Ingram WF . - ' 120 50 Franchise First tax on National --:- 24 10 R B Wilson Eubank &, Son ,' . 13 00 7 33 5 00 9 05 15 60 -- 3 00 52 00 ; ' iurius Hancock & Howaud Pickett 26 60 HA Huff 39 00 LTHaynos 18 75JChas. Sinclair' 11 45 i J N Fletcher 46 50- - Arthur Stotty 4M 5i I C D Gilpin 1S3 lo E B Morgan o 89: J W Jessie ,"14 50 ;8 . 3 00 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 Court after Dec. 1st 1910 which is on the General Fund I then gave him credit by th 6 per cent penalty back on the 5e ad valorem tax on said sum of $3 120 W which was released after Dec. 1st, 1910, Road Fund, I tiro gave said Sheriff credit by Spercentpen- f alty back on the 49 polls as $1 00 each, same having been released by older of Court, which is filed here vith, alter the 1st day of Dec. 0, General Furd Total Cradit on releases 11-1- 1- -8 1- -8 Casy Crtek, 1$ of $9 00, FranekiM TO $0 - i ot l- - i -- , of $3 00, FraacmW tax, Myers Utectria Ca. i. jl.ft$6o00 1st, paaaHy oa taxes imnaftWlaf Dec. llO ''..- io s? -' nu 5c lt, By 1 - i!48Sn lot r on Gen Fund 280 78 ceitrcate ef CDIT. ajmw- tl 48:i $648 Total Credit release on Road Fund H, - ad vakrem $69 3'cO Strr'76 ex oa 6VsroajrfWyMit 34 SJ ilartlia Taylor 65 S3- Beak $?8 Citizens ... - 3 07 J G Grove ' J A Gooden ft L Campbell J B Beard J B Jones. 11 K Taylor 13tX)!W A Wilson' , t 19.30 2 00 j 8 oo! 1) j j Mike Grant Dock Grant G W Keith G W Keith Hill . ' . ' Air -- in 2 iiu w SO I I E Loy 2 50 i US : ". - "( 13 00: j V B Patteson ' ," ' ?PraehMe tax on J "rancbfse tax en 'Ferness S an k GeneVaUey$3t 01 .Franchise tax oa Far .mors Bunk Casey 21 82 mn Bank, 3'72: 75 VV Sublett & Bro J W Sublett & Bro J M Willis W W Kertley "25 00 Wheat & Williams -- s l'AB ,39 00 94 25 Wheat & Williams 16 5b; J N Murrell & Co N H Moss Creek $40 PrfBcbieo tax on Coranchls tax on My- res Electric Co., 85 09-jer 2op0 7 4 48 G B A'tkinson John W Young J C Gose 6 00 J C Holt T B Cravens i A. 50 140.65 2 00 1 00 12 j N R Roach May & Parsons Coffey & Patteson i Chapman Bros. " i. " r ' '-- 70 00 W.R Johnson 3 00 J R Firkin 5 00 . G W Pickett j j lombia Teteohone Co., 99 GW Dillon 11.001$ P Sullivan 350 00 J M Willis 207 13 R M Cooper , , m i ' unpaid ltb. cent Penalty on taxes Dec SK (W FA 17 Georgia R Shelton Junius Hancock. T R Stults 0 50 Junius Hancock John Grady J 83 R P Browning 1 60 K - . 142 25 Wm Harvey . 125 00!JoRosenbaum 13 00 j.N H Miller 3 12 Walker Bryant. H V Hurt , 26 00 W R Rowe r 12 10 J P Shaw 31 25 Baker Jesaie 39 00 C W Pollard 6 00 N H Moss 12 00: Hudson Conover 12 00; W B Patteson 12 001 ER WiUi3 . ' 00 Al Coomer 12; 00 A W Paxton i ! Gihany Shearer Corbin 37 50 Richard Sebastin ' 38 45 W G Johnson 39 00 Alonzo Black . 7 37 3 00 3 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ,13 00 3 00 3 00 00 75 00 4 00 I then 3.289 73 deducted release this from i ' . ' ',' , 1,50 3 oo ; , 2 , ; " GN Said A. D. Patteson then presented to me the following certificates of .allowance made by the Adair Fiscal Court and $11 189 SI $1183 3lJD0Pelley MC Roberts Winfrey J J B Grant J'.B Garmon Junius Hancock' WSimDSon 4 24! John Grady ;.'. 4 24 Earnest Flowers 2 00 J R Tutt 2 96, SW Piles 3 92 A H Ballard 250 00 J KP. Conover j - i' . ordered by said Court to be paid oy said ,Sheriftv iOUt of the levy for the year 1910. Said Sher-fri- ff having paid the j owners of said several claims the amount there iaf , I therefore gave him credit by said certificates o f allowence, -- Pat Chelf S H Miiihel J J Humphries L Akin Mannie Kemp LC Blair- - ' 440 TomBrya'nt 3 92 ,v '- ' . W C Rodgers Bob Penny cuff 2 00 Tom Powell 4 40 G W Davis 3 92 L .V Hall - 14 R G Breeding 60 Math'ew Robinson ' 00 Porter Compton 00 Walker Jiryant I 2 00 r J T Hutcherson . 4 50 J B Barnett 225 00f Warren Moore 28 89 ' Luther Williams 4 00 Wm. Willin 3 00? H V Montgomery 69 0 2 3 1 : - 1200 ;E E Akers, 27 75 N M Tutt assignee Tom Green ' ; ". , 4 OQJ '3 401 3 00 3 60 ( 3 00! . 27 90 4 per cent on the 12 34 5? 346 64. . ' 3 00. 5298 86 which is, 3 00 ' 41 77 1 then gave him credit by . 3- 00 ; per cent on the school l $809!)- I Fund collected, 5o 4 $123- 96,, GO, , 3 001 B7 TO L He tlien paid your com- - . - tlie total debit on Gon FuimL of ill 188 SI, which leaves a debit for the General Fund 10 1)00 06 of I then deducted from the total debit for Road Fund of $.1483 34, the said release of 37 76, which leaves a debit of $1 415 58 I thon added the General Fund debit and the Road Fund Debit which makes a total debit $12 816 4 of For collecting this amount I gave said Sheriff credit by the commission allowed by law, of 10 per cent on the first 55 000 S30G-0which is, I then gave him credit by 5c ad vakvem 303. liated, tax aa $& hat not found 8 , 1- -6 per cent, pee ity back. unthe 5c ad valorem tax on 3 120 worth ef property released after Dec 1st, !$I0 of total oaawnissien (of 179:: 8$) for collecting i , o3 132 n $817 89 Total Debits ttoadPaed Total Credits Road Fuml Balance due by SheriaTott Read : Fund em $ S17 8$ ' m ' 1 GJUaXD SaQlVBIII!(nHI)NL operas.. To total Defers on Gun" oral-Fund $11 13 S4 To Total Debits on the SI 483 34 Si 2 $23 18 Road Fund Total Debits CRiX)lTS. By By tot' Credits on Gen-Fu- nd tatal Credits on Road ' $149 S ,"2 3 00i r 3,00 7 77 18 87 .3 00 . .'3 00 ,. - 1 08 3 32l ' 0 90 '; 3 00! .3 00 j 3 00! ' . .1 3 00 Sandusky & Co. 25 Reed Hardware Co. miseioner ior making for this settlement, wliich I gave him cred- . . it, ' 25 00 - Fond Total Credits Debits Credits 817 89 41 811067 $2 623 IS $u oqi 41 2,00 Joe Rooks 3 28 John P Morton & Co 3 92 , 400 R F Gadberry , J HT Baker assignee1 J V" Strange Dr A V Neathery . 900 A B Corbin C S S Goode 2 00 Gordon Montgomery 5 00 3 F Eubank, , '4 ,1- 942- 82- - ' RECAPITULATION OE THE, GENERAL FUND DEBITS. I therefore find that G Grant ' WTLoy M. , ; 360 2 001 3 10 1850 2 00 3 28 2 00 2 00 ; T.WRice J F Neat ,"to-wit: Sam Baker S M Baker Iff " CREDITS, GENERAL FUND JtSaid Patteson then presented to me G F Stults which certificates are Ksted herein with the name of the Payee, the .'and the amount and which are filed .herewith as part of this settlement, as follows, T W Montgomery. N Hancock J Z Pickett J A Diddle Finis Harvey J K P Conover ' 135.83 12,95' - '3 12 6 00 2'00 Cleveland Garrison $ 9.322 20 Willie, Corbin CREDITSfltOAD FUED. R L Allen M Corbin, 2 00 J C Hundley J r. : . V H Blair 3 od EdStotts , Tom Rodgers'.'-- . Mark Wilson,, 10 00 '' WL Sharp W L Farris ,. . 3 00 W J Beard300 WM Rodgers 3 00 : - shown". a' list ,: - 300 I was thenLevi Burbridge ..' " v. To 3710 tithes at $1 00 Sheriff of A8air County, is indebted to said county in the total sum of Fifteen Hundred and Fifty-fiv- e and Seventy-seve- n SI 555 77 A. D. Patteson,' each, 14 tithes at SI 00 each, 25c ad valorem tax on ' , One hundredths. ($i 555 77) 83 710 00 Dollars on'the General Fund and the .14 00 - 2 00 2 '819 839, , .7, 049 ' .. . 2 00 25c "ad valorem tax on 3 00 $16 501, 3 00 5-- 6 of $144 60, Franchise 41 Road Fund, ess whatever delinquent taxes, the Court may allow him for the year 1910. All of which is most respectfully re- 25 00 v I ported. - $648 02 i tax, Bank of Columbia,. 5-- 6 .120 50 of $78 45, Franchise-- - L. C. Winfrey. Commissioner Adair Fiscal Court. School Settlement oa pace 3, tax, First National $ '" K Sf C? Jal jjfc 'M&-- r fi4&y 'Jifc$k,iiL..d .it : 'jv "m yj . ' ;.i-- a?BBnmw-ia- MMmmd st'L ItfE SHERIFFS SETTLEMENT SCHOOL ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 2 Medical Program. under which I labored then is prompting me now to pen these FUND 1910. i few lines today. It ia a fire that The Adair County Medical Society nf Hip miiBiV.al- Assn- - cannot be quenched' until my will meet in Columbia, on Friday May A Statement and settlement of the .....wJ.i.VLUUl hopes are realized and I hope at Ilth, 1911 2nd Friday at 10 o'clock, at accounts of A. D. Patteson, Sheriff of Adair Countv. Kentucky, of the col ciation to be held at Concord some time in the near future to which the following program will be lections and disbursements of the Ton LgjjQj, nouse the Third Sunday in be blessed with the opportunity rendered: (10c) cents ad valorem tax and the of returning on a visit to that Eczema, William Blair, Glensfork. Twentv-fiv- e County Board of Health, U. L. Taycent ) noil tax levied May, beginning at 8:30 a. m. community and of the pleasure lor, Columbia by the Adair Fiscal Court, at its April 1. song led by Anderson Mur-re- l. of crossing Old Green river on Reciprocity between the States, C. Term, 1910, on all property and parsons Cornirkn School Disnot in the Graded this bridge and bid defiance to ' M. Russell, Columbia. and ortrict of the town, of Colutuoia, 2. House called to by order the turbulent waters below, and! The Medical defense fund, Simjeon dered collected and paid to the treasurT Wl nnnnnmwl f no J - Simmons, Gradyville. er of the County Board of Education Chairman. Is Consumption Contagious? Edmond 3. Devotional exercies, I. M. that had stood in my way from Artnur Waggener, Columbia. for the year 1910. childhood, and I feel today like Is Consumption curable? W. F. Carfc October Term of th Grimsley. At the ' Adair Fiscal Court, I, the undersigned, that I would pause on this bridge, wright, Columbia. Program. Pr'm PROGRAM OF ' . V-- w - (&-- Bible Institute to be Held at Zion Church: May 5 and 6, 1911. 10 a. m. Devotional Exercise . s fl , . ! ' x. ' 10:15 10:30 The Bible Imtilule The Bible and our Re&fpoi Th$ Bible and Owr JDklft. Hownton. ree-ula- r Life i 1 l?. O. Keiwer. u Is h. iftarriagt Licenses. ViorvW. .. ha rorw1 caWi Sheriff. Patte- ' During the month of April the 10:30 '" 11. Song No 11, by class. Oir Relation lo our School t. r, 10c on each ioo worth of said following marriage licenses were Com- amount, ad valorem tax for ..id Music and fche bUc SI-.0The Bftde and Education LB. Adams rron School purposes for the year 1910 issued from the Adair County in discussed by J. F. Turner, P. M. C1 . m l fiod the total number of persona Adair County who pay poll tax tbe;gryftnj; Nathan Murrell, I. M. nA ir.w, w,i 1:15 m. 1U BWe and nSe Bible Scbooi Jo N. Cosivet .. .. .... o67o. From Ibis number 1 deducted! w. x. weat. eon. R.RDskm paid poll iiirimsiev ana number who 318 the Evan Mooneyham anxl Ethel at Wyndham. tax in the Graded School District, leav12. Duet, Evis B. Bryant and TheBaaftdCsrWnceioftheCmjrch L. B. Arvin 2:30 ing a toUl of 3&7. 1 then charged Wonnie L. Grimsley. Hill. "Charles, "said Hamilton, "you D.H. Howcrtoa said Sheriff with a poll tax of 23c on J. N. Brpckraan and. Belie; are growing more like Garrick each of the 3S57 polls for the smic 14. What is music, discussed by Rofeg. every day." School Fun J for the year 1210. I. M. Grimsley, A. G. Hill and Aaron Cheek and Mattie. (Id-wel- l. I then charged him with Franchise ' 'Do you think so, " returned tax on the corporations doing business Wm. Stapp Wyndham, "Vrn vry Lorey JiUiUiUiUUiUiiUiUUiUiltiiU UiiiiUiiiiiUUiiiiiilUi in Adair fnuaty not in the Graded 15. Quartette, Rucker P. McElvoy. Burton arid Nannie Fi "It's true, "said glad" School District. Hamilton. I then charged Mm with 6 per cent Grimsley, Pearl Cotttbest, Coi'tez jfi. W. Bennett and Drocy Page. on Dec 1st, g f'And less like him every night." penalty on al unpaid j jmM. I'ilO, which made said Pattesi.n s debits he added tlioughtfully. Mirror r2 (Hyensby. 18. How key a piece of music, as fotiews; t of Comedy. DEBITS. A. G. Hill, Rucker P. Grimsley, c ad valorem tax $2- IE Farmers in this community are Possibly that baron arrested! Bryant. 222 896 90 I 2 222 Ki George Blair, W. C. . g very busy planting corn. r ' anchiee tax on Farmers with brass knuckles in his pocket 5 And we a'l must economize 17. Duet, Olive Leach, Rosa Rev. James Sullivan preached was on a 87 Bank, Cane Valtey matrimonal expedition iris by buying where we can get Combest 5 ranchise tax on Farmers at Moors school house last Saturgood old baronial fash-- ! 25 10 oo Bank, Casey Crdfek 18 Transposition by sharps, day night and ' Sunday. A very after the the lowest PRICES an any 25 I ?.?:,! Oikee at ' each ion. George Blair, by FiatrAnderson large crowd attended. and Everything;. G per cent penalty on i.lCurrelL Schools part of Miss Tina Biakey, of Roy, is Cole Camp. uncollected O- cem'er visiting her cousin, Miss Polliet19. Solo, Curtis McGaha. 13 12 1, WW ($33 x) Belk this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cheatham 20. Sok), Taylor Sullivan. $30100 Sunday school is progressing made a "business trip to Nashville 21. Value of music in everyday last week. I tfeen pave said Sheriff Patteson fine at Moors school house. GREENS3URG, KY. by one receipt for the sum of life discussed, I. M. Grimsley, A. r.it paid by htm to the Treasure ofj Mrs.MeAtire iaori the sick list. ps Mr. Logan Belk left for Columc;2000 G. Hill, W. F. Neat and Frank the County School Board, on the 12rh w and bia last week, where he will spend Miss a Bakeris The Great River Merchandise day of December, 1910, which, receipt; Hughes, a few months. E Bessie Black, Lora Fletcher and f is no l, ana ntea nerewun as part 22 Quartette, D. M. Moore, Miss Mollie Kean, of James- Ruth Thomas were the guests of S hereof. I then gave said Sheriff credit by 10c Sam Walkup, Sam Royse and L town, spent last week with Mrs. Miss Lala Thomas last Saturday. .BE ad valorem on $Tj6 827 00 worth of pro E. Reynolds. Lizzie Clayton. Mrs. Fannie Cheatham gave an tx?rty released by orders of the Adair Offers pure Hog Lard 50 ib Tips at $5.50 Court, outside of the Graded View County 23. Song by Pleasant Easter dinner Easter Sunday. KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. " HogJess Lard 50 Ib.Tins $4.49 ' ' School District. class, led by I. M. Grimsley. . Mr. and Mrs, Crit Cole give a I then gare said Sheriff credit 6 per, Highest Grade Fancy Pafcei- - Flour 65e 241b bag social last Saturday night. cent penalty back on 10c ad valorem 24, Song by Concord class, No " $5.00 pr BW. " ; '" The following are the dates fixed for tax oa $3 120 00 released after the 1st 107, in perfect Praise. Mr. Garlin Cheatham happen- as holding: the Kentucky Fair3 for 1911day of Dee. 1010 beg 55c 24tt Second Patent Ftour, CREDITS. Benediction. ' far' as reported, Officers of fairs are ed to a very bad accident last " " $4.49prBbl. Receipt No 1, to Trearequested to report to us any omis Saturday morning; he was on his V. T. Bryant, Lard anp Flour bothe'Guaranteed to give satisfaction. 1$ surer County Board of t Howard Leach, Committee f sions or correction of dates: wayto Cane Valley, when he got DeEducation, dated not exactly as represented, we invite you to return. Nc Combest Veraail'es, Auguest 2 3 days. cember 12, 1910 f 2?00 John shot through the foot, he is - get- - rrs charge for what it takes to try. Lexington, August 76 days. 10c ad valorem tax on ting along nicely at this writing, 3 Wellington Kansas. Uniontown, August 85 days. each $100 worth of Wire and Wire Fence Vanceburg, August 9 4 days. property releasMisses Maud and Myrtie Cole, 10 Bars 47 in Standard 28e Lawrenceburg, August 154 days. 9 bars 38 in. Stardard 25c 56,81 ed by order of court, April 25, 1911 44 Ruth Thomas, Nina Wood and 2 8 " 32 in. Leitchfield, August 154 days. " 6 per cents penalty back 7 bars 26 in 18ft 2S2o Edifcoa News: . Burkesvilie, August 15 4 days. on 10c ad valorem tax Mrs. W. H. Cole were shopping! Barbed Wire, Arrow Brand, $k65 Spool of 80 nod I was much pleased to note in Broahead, August 163 days. of 8 120 W, release in Burksville last Monday. js; from taxation by ordar Barbed Wire, Gliddens Brand $2.50 Spool of 30 rod. an issue of the News of recent Fern Creejc, "August, 1G 4 days. Shepherdsville, August 224 days. Mr. Odelt Cunningham 'spent of court after Dec 1, date that the Fiscal Court of London. August 22 4 days. Wire and Wire products have advanced fully ten per cent. 1910, 0 18 Sunday with his uncle, Mr. last Adair county had voted to build Erlanger, August 234 days. but we offer at same prices as made before any advance. 4 per cent commission for bridge across Green river at Germantown, August 24 -- 3 days.' Chester McCool. .'t& 96 coll acting Fertilizers Neatsvilleand 1 wish to express Nicholasville, August 293 days. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cole and $ 2 180 9t: . August 293 days. Somerset, to them through this medium 1 2 at $1.05 corn or tobacco 10-at 90o for Corn RHCAKTULATION. Mrs. Bettie Cole spent last- Sun Bardstown, August 304 days. (the Hews,) my appreciation of Monticello, September v ' at $1.30 for Tobacco. Total Debits on School 54 5days, day with Mrs. Jo Ybung.. their wise decision. This is cer8 000 00 9 days. Fund Alexandria, September 5 Write for prices, any analysis you need. tainly a wise decision because it Mount Olivet, September 5 4 days. Mrs. Kate Fletcher and daught! Total Credits on School 2 130 97 Fund will do more for the upbuilding of Hodgenville, September 53 days. . ei L.aura visitea mrs. James Disc Harrows at following Bargain Prices QoTirlnva Ronfnmor' ft.i Icnra 91S 08 Balance doe by Sheriff 10 Discs 16 in. at $18.00 that community and the eounty 8 Discs 16 in. at $17,00 I therefore find and so report tbat in general than anything that Kentucky State.Fair Louisville, Sep-- 1 Cole One day last week. " " ' $19.50 8' IS $19.00 12 " tember 116 days said A. D. Patteson. Sheriff of Adair Mr. Thurel Pierc gave an old ' they could have done. Ever Horse Caye, September 204 days. ' $20.50 12 $21.50 V County, Ky. is Indebted to the School 18 " 10 '" time log rolling last Saturday. arMayfield, September 27 4 days. Eund in said County in the sum of since this question was first Other sizes at same proportion $918 03 balance, for the year 1910, sub- gued I fully and firmly believed Misses Lalla and Ruth Thomas ject to the delinquent taxes allowed by that Neatsville was the most ap- Cultivators Saved His Mother's Life. Bessie and Ella ' Baker, Willa the court r propiate place for it, and laboring "Four had given me up," writes Mrs. ; two Horse Walking $15.50 and 816:00 All of which is most respectfully reLaurr Gaines, of Avoca) La., "and my (under this conviction I fought children and all my friends were look- Wood were the guests of Misses L. C. Winfrey. ; ported. Two Horse Riding $25.00 and $27.00 with all the enthusiasm that I ing forme to die, when my son insisted Fletcher last Wednesday. Adair Fiscal Court. Commissioner Our Cultivators are the best made. All Equip!had (in my feeble way,) to land that I use Electric Bitters. I did so, and Mr. John. Jones, of Glensfork, re State ot Kentucky j "v t County of Adair ped with 8 points 4 shovels and 4 Bull Tongues bridge at Old Neatsville. hey hav done me a world of good.Bit-1 passed through Cole Camp last T Ilrnant l:lprlfnt I in Arlair ithe twill always praise them." Electric years or more ago I la- - ters is a priceless blessing to women week on Five tooth Cultivators with lever $2125 County Court, certify that the fore-- Some 12 his way t6 Burksville. ai - troubled with fainting and dizzy spells, " " 3.10 Fourteen tooth going is a true and correct copy of a bored hard ami contributed liber- backache, headache, weakness, debili- Morrison limif-pic? constipation or kidney disprders. Use Mr. and Mrs. Jim A. D. Patteson sheriff of ally ot my means,tnen statement of Black Hawk Corn Planters, Check'Rowers S34.00 2 horse Adair County, Ky., for the year 1910. 1 surely wouia ao now 11 1 were them and gain new health, strength and spent last Sunday with Mrs. " Drills One horse with Fertilizer $11.50 ' ' 3 Witness my hand this may 3rd, 1911. in still in that country ? but for- vigor. They're guaranteed to satisfy or Julia Coffey. Bryant Clerk. " Walker " " " " " " "plain $9.50 tunately or unfortunately I am money refunded. Only 50c at Paull Drng no retailers combine. We make the Price removed far from that scene.but Co. ' The annual meeting of the r3 We belong to The Harris Hotel and Tela-pho- still my convictions arethesame. ' Kentucky State Dental Associa- H exchange, Burksville,were ARE YOU WITH US. say through the News Berlin about to tax each purI wish to by fire last Wednesday May 23, 3 destroyed Correspondence Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. and relatives in the chaser of a ticket to the moving tion will be at Owensboro Burksville has certainly to my friends night shows. That is getting 24 and 25. It promises to be of suffered on account of fires dur- community of Neatsville that the picture jfflifflfflmmniiiiHiniiiiinmnimmmHimmnminimmK more than usnal interest. same fire of zeal and enthusiasm close to robbing the babies. ing the last few years. ; 4. Song led by KuqlWr was appointed Commissioner of said Court, to settle with A. D. Pattewm, sley. Shiriff of Adair Countv. his accounts . .. . YV. 5. Welcome aoareF6, rrr r . of the collection aud disbursements ot ad valorrm tax of 10c on each $100 the Jea worth of taxable prrperty ami a zoc i i tax on each taxable poll in said) 6. Response, Frank Hughes, coanty outside the Graded School dis- - j 7. Solo, Ida E. Bryant. trict of Columbia, levied by said Court at it Apr. Term 1JH0. for the ade of 8. Reading the minutes of the the Common Schools of Adair County, j previous meetings. And the undersigned did. in toe month ' of March r?ll, make said settlement, . 9. Quartette, Paerl Cofnbest, and reports same as follows, to wit: Rucker P. Grimsley, Wonftiei I find the total taxable property in j Adair Ounly for said year to be. Grimsley, John Burton.' VI 836 340 00. Prom this amount Ij 10. Music and the Sunday rliurfaii tlic 'av-h- U nnuvrtv in flip) District of $6is 4 oo j school discussed by Capt. Wm itaving a balance of $2J2 896oa. I Bradshaw, Rev. Joseph Pierce, . J p-jl- I uirti, men uua " iuc .u n;.. cuh- umight l'en and grandchildren some day, perhaps long after these men have passed off this nam of the magistrates that voted to' i , f x.i Ts u.,;." "'-- u: u,.:j ui Is Antitoxin a Success? S. A. Taylor. Montnelier. We hope to have a full attendance and havexnew life put into oar society Let every body attend, and make & IUil nana- - v. Consumption Hereditary? iohn li R.B,WiiH 10:45 11:00 11:20 '"- - Gic Life CPaulSmylU VI i The Btbk and Doclrkie R PKiiipp j The Bibb and the Fmal Pet Je of iheSmnte ! nf nf HFp ' mio-ht- . nninf. wlr.ri !. j yuuc .. c in vat: imiurs uu cakuuiu that that name is my father- or grandfather who voted to build sfcao-a ,.:J ..i-- :.- - U- - L- - "memoer the date. Twlor, Program Committee. 1,1:45 F. Road), W. S. Dttdeon The Bibb and SMKWncalian p.m. The Bible and ibe Camcft TKe BiWe and Mksiooi f Took it All UacK. 1:15 H.T)ee,.W.B. .jt-RAn-'- Cafe bridge here Thanking the court again I ' Very re.pectfull y, R. W. Allen. n jd the part of Gamck thousands! I Sir Cnarles Wyndham has play- -t in ? 2:00 , F. Joudan ' 0l j I j ; ; n I rovnaB-ct.nm- n , ,itlle o De lounaec on an incident m the earlier actor's career. There is a story that Sir Cnarles him-- ; self tells.- He sat one day in the Garrick Club, in Garrick's chair 1 under Garrick's portrait. To him came Henry Hamilton who look- ed first at the portrait and then I . SATURDAY W. j 10:00 a. mTbeBWe and our School a Welbora, 5. T Supp - J ! o'.Vi 0 : ; , ', , ! i 3 Pftp j i I M oney is Tight i- ' 1 '' - - WOODSON LEWIS bum . I j Distributor I j I ' , ! . - 2 8-- 2-8- j -4 ; -- (. XlTnW-a-- 1 3 , ne I ' , -- H. V aIim i. '",- !i, , .afc- - ati-J-- - ' THE THE ADAIR COUNTY A PAIR fl- -- f COUNTY NEWS HEWS tion for making a platform, after the nomineesjhayebeen selected, Published Every Wednesday and says that such action has given satisfaction in'other States. BYiTKE Adair County News Company. Whether before or after ic is gratifying to know that the ( incorporated.) party, this year, will likely EDITOR. emerge from the paths hereto-CHAS. S. KARRIS fore takenfand which, in a large, Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest of the City of Columbia diul the people measure, contributed to party' f Adair and adjacent couutio. defeat. Senator McCreary has, as sec- gj atifiedEhisjmany friends in his Entered at the Columbia ond clash maillniatter. frank declaration on party policy expediency, and doubt- AYED. MAY. 10. 1911, andState less given'lhis intelligent oppo- -' sition some ground for reflection, 1 Poit-oflice :i m Jstcr t& j I The McCormack Binder has an excellent reputation because it has done splendid work for so many years in all countries of the world 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. J i JUDGE GARNETT. Mr. H.A..Sommers, editor of the Elizabethtown News, hasi The Widely Known Eleventh Dis- - published a card, stating that he trier Democrat Mimgling With will not be a candidate for the s Boyle County Democratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor. He is most excellent timber, a man of sterl- Judge James Garnett, oneofjing character, and popular the best known Democrats in the throughout the State. He would State, was in Danville this morn- - have commanded the united sup-in- g mingling with the politicians Port of the Democratic press of the Commonwealth. and voters. Demo-ocratTo-da- Hard ware Sole Agents for Adair County &Pr -- ?A US 5- - y Columbia, Kentucky. EL In the purchase of aHayRake" , , the important things to look for are ease of operation and strength of the Rake and wheels. The McCormack has both and more. The McCormack Knife Grinder enables the farmer to always keep the knives sharp. m m 2r E25 ? Judge Garnett is a candidate We tip our hat t0 the Edltor, f for the office of Attorney Gener- m al and is one othe best equipped ihe bomerset iimes lor strong statement explanatory of men in the State for the place he as mentioned in thls seeks. If all men were as well his Psition paper of last week. Virtually he equipped as he and had as good ' comprehension standing among his people as he accuse us of dull my be true and which may has, the party would be much which stronger. His nomination would be otherwise, but, sweel Angelina ' surely can mean much to the Democratic we party; it would mean many.many The Mexican peace negotiations votes in the Eleventh Congress- - have been broken and the war ' ional District that no other man wjjj continue. Curry, was fishing last Friday, in the State can get. He has a and saw some seng n the side record among his own people that of the cliff and climbed up to get Ic? o nvaAi- ir htmcolf onrl on ' it, and slipped and fell down the honor to the party he is allied cliff, snagging himself badly on with. the rocks. Dr. Booker was callJudge Garnett is Past Grand ed, and pronounced him dangerMaster of Kentucky Masonry ously hurt. and this alone is a high tribute Mr. Dick Squires is very sick at to the worth of the man. The this 'writing with stomach Democrats of the State can do trouble. no better than vote for him for Miss Kate Squires was doing CA the nomination. Danville special work at Cane Valley, for The above is our Sewing Machine, her customers in the millinery, Hon. James Garnett, of Colum- -' we sell it for $11.98 and condi- last Saturday. tionally guarantee it for 99 years. Mr. James Wilson and son, bia is making some splendid hits If you buy it from a Chicago Owen, and Mr. James Suddarth in his race for the Democratic catalogue house it will cost you Nomination for Attorney Gener- - $12.50 and freight. You get it and son, Sam Murray, were in al. It looks like he will win the on the same terms that the Cata- -' Greensburg, last week, on bus- coveted nomination There is no logue houses give you hand over iness. ' Mrs. John R. Cundiff was at more worthy man for party the cash and we hand over the Machine. We are also selling the bedside of her sick sister, honor than Mr. Garnett, nor is the best line cf Sewing Machines there a more honest and truth- - made from $16 00 to $3500t If Miss Ann Todd, last week. fut man in this part of the State. you want a Sewing Machine we Mr. Bob Todd and Miss Mattie No one who knows him has a can save you $10.00 on the price. 'Stephens were happily married doubt as to his making an aggres Come and see. last Sunday evening. We wish Russell & Co. them much joy and happiness. sive officer should he be nominated and elected. Casey County Russell CreeK. Mrs. Roger Page's mother and News. sister, of Campbellsville, were at Most people in this neighbor- the bedside of her little daughter hood have planted their gardens, last week. Hon. James Garnett, of Columand some have peas h yard high. Mr. J. O. Smith is on the sick bia, spoke at Nicholas ville recent,1"TT,., , uua.v ru iiiei ie vwjr 1. pnuir j. j week ly advocating his claims for the Democratic nomination for At- ing corn. Some of them will Mr. James Todd and two sons, have to plant their,low land over torney General of Kentucky. Rollin and Billie, of Coburg, at- on account of the high water No man in the State is better tended the burying of their cous- washing it. equipped to fill this important poRussell creek was something in Mr. Henry Todd, at this place, sition than Mr. Garnett. Bold, frightful to look at last Saturday last Saturday. able, eloquent and courageous, and guridax at this plac& Mr. Keltner and wife, who reana private me are nis puduc the bright little cently moved in this neighbordaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger hood, opened their doors last well known integrity and magniPage, was dangerously ill last Saturday night, and gave the ficent personality, the splendid glad to know she young people of this neighborsprvip.PH hp hnsrpnrlprpH fVio rwr. week. We are hood a pound party. There was ty in years past snd the steadfast is better a this writil' a large crowa1 and a nice supper devotion and unswerving fidelitv, Bro. Philips will preach at and all report a good time. that has characterized his actions Hutchison's school house the Weed. in defence of Democratic princi-- ! second Sunday afternoon at 3 j?les, entitles him to any offiice o'clock, also Bro. Black, of Cane Mr. and Mrs. Worn Sexton left in the gift of the Democrats of Valley, will preach at same place, last Monday for. the Lone Star the State. Lebanon Enterprise. the third Sunday evening at 3 State to.make their future home. o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. W. L: Fletcher Senator James McCreary has annnnntpd his nosition on the Mr. R. L. Faulkner was were visiting Mr. Otho Miller and neighborhood look wife last Fridays leading issues that effect the well hrou.gh thisL ing after tobacco last Friday. Mr. J. L. Moore was Visiting being of this state and so far as we are able to discern he is in Mrs. ii.veret xurner is very! L. B. Moss and family last Saturday. keeping with the trend of public sick at the present. Penick Curry, son of Mr. Lige Mrs. Flora Gowen and little .demands. He favors a conven . J , mmmmWMmmmmmim& m mmmmwmMmwmwmmmmmi ! - o annas 14 "THE MADE-T0-WEA- sureen Deal R PAINT" Kas stood the test of time and has been improved in quality with the passing years. Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. is TEST THE QUALITY. It is a good idea to learn the composition cf the paint you intend to use. a difference. There "SISSY-RAWBUC- K" The printed formula appears on every package of Hannah Green Seal Paint. This is an evidence of good faith and attests the confidence the makers have in their product. FOR SALE CY Bft Ml y5 fill I i d 5 l i l - . IE j JEFFRIES J HARDWARE STORE War T l sS -- ; I j Hallie May spent last Wednesday with Mrs. Mallie Yates. 7K j i j ! .. ! -- - I j I Mr. Alva Firkin spent last LOUISVILLE SHOPPERS M Thursday at Mrs. D. Nelson's. Find it profitable to do their shopping at our store. We know viy Mr. J. L. Moore and son, John K you will also find it profitable if you do your shopping at our M store, In person or by mail Harden, were visiting Mr. L. C. ?K 7K 25c FOULARD Roach Thursday night. vir MEN'S SILK 15 e Mr. O. Keltner's little son, who 7i Nir $17. SUITS $11.95 Merc e r i z e d has been quite sick for sometime Men's Pure Silk Foulards, handSocks, black These are exceptionally is better at this writing. some styles, and colors; 39c Mr. Bert Moore bought two ?K 25c quality at handsome suits at the price. quality 25c. 15c i, rtC, j They are mad from pure ui. ?xj. aucs rt ilauu xui uic duiii vjjl tin jy PERCALE PURE WOOL l Born to the wjfe of Jim Newfc 7K. wool fabrics and well tailored. SERGE 49c WRAPPERS Cumpton on the 28th twin girls. srK 95c We show this line in black Pure Wool N Born to the wife of Andrew ?K Ladies Percale and colors, in French Serge, French Serge, black and colWrappers cut Moore on the first'day of May a IN full, neatly Storm Serge, English Worstors; a great valIN boy. made: special eds, Fancy Mixtures, etc. ue at 49c 95c 1 will grind corn at my mill every Many Suits elsewhere at $17. 50 TABLE DA7lN Saturday. I will also sell shingles, and LADIES SILK MASK 39 are no better. As a special have plenty now for the market, either HOSE 35 Reached Table oak or chestnut. Ladies' Pure bargain we offer them at Damask, a L MeeKj) 7K IN Tn Mi TtN MX 7K Tin tj yC tK Mi fN 7K 7K v TN is M 12 3m E. A. McKinley m Ts 7K ' k ONE I GATHOFS, DROP down the throat of a "gapey" chicken destroys tho worms and saves the chiefs life. A few drops in the driniinjr watei 3ffiS8P Silk Hose, with lisle top 50c quality 35c (; n $11.95. quality worth 7 50c; as a great special at 39c. 2k - Louisville, Kentucky.. Eighth and Market I 3e Pickett. last week. Both were deaf and !i2ii& j BourbonPoultryCure mm Died on April 28th Miss FlorCURES and PREVENTS GAPES ence Stephens daughter of Mr. white diarrhoea, roup, cholera Polie Stephens. She was laid to and other chick diseases. rest in the Picketts Chapel cemOne 50c Bottle of etery. The funeral was conducted by Rev. G. W. Pangburn. Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. t I dumb. Mr. Moss Whitlock and wife of Indianapolis, Ind.,are visiting friends and relatives at Fry. Mr. Bird Keltner, who has been quite sick for some time is better. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle ot thia medicine on hand. Write for free sample and Booklet oa "Diseases of Fowls." Address.. REMEIT COMMIT, LtthstM, lj. Miss Kattie Squires and aMr. Wheat is looking fine in this, Hovious were married one day section. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS D 4$$4$$$&6'5"88S"8&afrfr4a9"&6 & $$$$$6$$fr$4$4$$$$$$$$$$$4;& 8? We are making Great Reductions on our Men and Boys Clothing, Hats and Shirts, and allGents Furnishing Goods. We. will also sell our Ladies Slippers at Greatly Reduced Prices. We have a nice line lot of new Calico a 5c per yd. We also have a nice line of Ladies Dress Goods of ali kind, we will sell as Low as the Lowest. We will give Absolutely Free with each $25.00 Purchase, a nice Cobler seat Rocker. I 5 U Paffeson PERSONAL era ley, Colombia, Kentucky 4Mfr$4GMfr40$$$$4M8l$,fr$4$4frfrQ4ti$ Y v j G. P. SMYTHE for Miss Ina Hulse is in an improved condition. Mrs. S. H. Mitchell's condition has HRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE r fc $$$8S$&&35918 " & -- 4.4 i r . . .. ) II 5 not improved Mr. W. R. Myers is on a business trip to Monticello. Mr. W. H. Eubank Illinoise, last week. returned from A Burglar's Awful Deed. Farmers Call on I J ! Mr. J. Q. Alexander and Mr. W. R. may not paralyze eome so completely a as mother's long illness. But Dr. King Lyon were here Friday. New Life Pills are spendid remedy for Eld. Z. T. Williams and Mrs. Willams women. "They gave me wouderful benare both on the sick list. efit in constipation and female trouble Miss Flora Grider, Montpelier, was wrote Mrs M. G. Dulap. of Leadill, shopping in Columbia, Friday. Tenn , If ailinar try them 2ac at Paull Mrs. W. A. Coffey, who was quite Drug Co sick last week, is much better. We understand that Mr Henry Hurt, Mr. J. F. Cabell and his son, Sam, who lost his residence by fire, a few were here from Miami last Thursday. weeks ago, is making preperations to m site Mr. V. M. Gowdy and Mr Robert rebuild on the s Borders were here from Campbellsville Who have used the Genuine Brown Cultivator will buy no other The -- : n i B I I o Friday. Mr. Asa Simpson and Miss Kate Simpson, Jamestown, spent last Thursday in Columbia. Mr. J B. Coffey returned from a business trip to Breckenridge couDty Sunday morning. Miss Liddie Stone, of Gadberry, spent last week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs J. V. White. Marjorie, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Feese, has been quite sick for several days. Miss Mary Williams, who is in school here, spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Montpelier. Dr. R. Y. Hindman returned from a visit to Dallas, Texas and other points in this State, last Friday afternoon. Mr. B. F. Chewning, who is in the revenue service, located at New Hope, spent Saturday with his family at home. Miss Nell Miller, who has been attending school at Bowling Green, returned to her home, Crocus, this week. Mrs. Nannie Johnson, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Coleman, Nashville, returned home last week. Mr. A. G. Norris, Louisville, Messrs. T. W. Taylor, R. L. Marshall and Hugh Noe, Campbellsville, made Columbia May the 15th will be tag day ware Ston They will supply your wants OOO-fr'S-$ o is k fm& Your HoHie Correct and Artistic Decoration at Moderate Cost. Henry Bosch Company's L The Adair County Pastors Association, which is designed to be composed of all the accredited ministers of all the evangelical churches of the county, will meet at the M. E. church, South. Monday, May loth, at 10 a. rn. The brethren in the county will kindly be oo o JJ M gj. SNl My I 1 s 7 H WalS New York teen-eleven Papers Chicago Nine- - BARGAINS! BARGAINS! Entire Stock of Ladies and For the Season of present There will be no preaching at Zion best the World affords represent the g Sample books shown at your residence and most attractive prices named. There is no obligation to purchase. A postal card to address below will receive immediate attention. J. G. fcUBAKK next Sunday, owing to tne fact that the pastor, D. H. Howerton, will preach the commencement sermon for R us-sell- 's creek Academy, Campbellsville. Columbia, Ky. LOUISVILLE Latest Quotations Shipping steer Beef steers Fat heifers and cows MARKET X Childrens Slippers than regular price. at 20 less c on Live Stock last week. Mrs. Sylvanus Wilson, of Russell Springs, is reported in a very critical condition. She has been sick about seven weeks. CATTLE $5.O0(&,5. 10 On 3.75(g'5.85 Special Prices Carpetsand Mattings' . X1 Cutters v G ij J . 18.' . L. l, if. f . f lv 1.25(2.50 Mr. J. E Flov rs, who is a finishea Canners Mr. Luther Williams spent Sunday 4.504 75 workman, is now at Sandusky & Co.'s Bulls night in Columbia and attended the 5.55.50 planing mill engaged in making and re- Feeders Good Citizenship meeting at the Pres3.004.05 pairing furniture. Also making screen Stockers byterian church. 35.00-45.doors and windows. He guarantees his Choice milch cows 10.00-20... Mr. Oscar Miller, who lives on work and ask hf patronage of this town Common to fair cows 25-tBurkesville street, was very sick last and vicinity. v HOGS week, a victim of pneumonia. He is Choice 165 to 210 . P.05 better at this writing. 6 35 I will sell my farm known as the Piles Mediums, 120 to 165 Pigs 6.45 Alxander, of Burksville, Dlaee. containing over Miss Allen .'. 5.45 visiting Mrs, John Lee Walker. She acres and one of the best farms in close Roughs is SHEEP AND LAMBS by her reach of Columbia If you want a good was accompanied to Calumbia house and productive land call and see Best lambs 6.007.75 brother, Mr.C. W. Alxander, Jr. me. Culls Rev J. G. Stanton,of Russell Springs, 23-lRichard Dohoney. 3.50-4.Fatsheep who resides at Grady ville, Adair county, GRAIN. MEN and WOMEN, sell guaranteed J quite a number of years ago. was in 90 Wheat hose. 70 per cent, profit. Make $10 Corn Columbia, on business,, last '. 50 daily. Full or part time. Beginners Local Market. inveBtieate. Wear Proof. 3038 Chest Miss Gary Rosenfield will leave in a 2 St., Philadelphia. Pa. 12 Eggs few weeks for Big Springs, Ky.. where nut f Hens 9 she will visit Miss Agnes Hines and on Fertilizer. J-12 Chickens her return she will visit her uncle, J. L Cocks 4 Rosenfield in Louisville. The famous Read Brand. See Scott &; Turkeys 8 t Miss Pearl Hindman, who attended Montgomery, Columbia, Ky, Geese 5 .. an educational meeting a t Bowling Ducks 9 For Sale. Green, returned the first of the week. Wool (clear grease) . . . 14 00 00 f. two-hundre- 4754.S5 ?.5o3.75 ,4t -- , Eggs will Bring in your Eggs and pay you market price in CASH or one cent more per dozen in Merchandise. 1 w Come and Ella. - be fitted with a 'Madame Grace". Sold only by Russell & Co. d 34 00 Mrs. Margaret Williams who has been quite ill for some time is not any better at this writing. Miss Lona Grant from Russell county, was visiting Lizzie Abrell last Tuesday night. HENRY INGRAM a Campbellsville Street, in Wholesale Blrfg. Columbia, Kentucky, K $e$xt3Xe $ 14-1- r...?... 25-2- :i:Xi.l ..." ?&&. There are a great many graves in the years old, which I will city cemetery not yet marked by stones about five They should cleaned off and filled before Decoration Day. I I have a good Jersey milk cow, Jo Harris, Wool (washed) Hides (green) . . . kc.-.r- . .;.'.. Feathers Ginseng Beeswax sell. ....'... . f ?. . Colbia, Ky. Mr. J. B. Rasner is very sick at this writing. We hope to see him out soon. Mr. J. T. Abrel of Russell Co., visited his uncle J. B. Abrell last Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Abrell and daughtLizzie, were visiting Mr. J.B. 28 to 30 er, . 6 to 7 Rasner last week. 38to42 Mr. and Mrs. James Smiley 4 00. gZ wKb have been. sick for some time are better at this writing. Miss Etwol Williams and Lizzie Abrell were the pleasant guests of Mrs. Pearl Barrett last Wednesday night. The drummers called on our merchant one dayJast week. Miss Florence Rubarts made a flying ,trip to Columbia one day last week. Mrs. Perryman who has been sick for some time is able to be out again. of Russell county was visiting Miss Etwol Williams last Tuesday. Mis3 Sophia Bryant who has been in Greenwood. Ind fnm while returned home last week. Mr. John Neat of Garlin, is at the bedside of his aunt, Mrs. Margaret Williams. Miss Cleo Fitch, I S r-- ' THE APA1K COUNTY NEWS Ozark. H varBSszzszzzsi 1CS ase Attention! We 'Carry a complete line of Plainiag Mill of nl ! 0 Slock ready for use. A large assortment Windows. Doors, Roofing, Colonial Column. i ' Uct we can furnish any pari or all the JJpood, any 8dc desired, that is needed for - t ! I Mr. John White, wife and; children, and Mr. and Mrs. Kent Bryant spent Easter at the home of Mr. Jesse Bryant. Misses Etta and Lula Bryant and Tommie Mauin, were guests of the Misses Conhest, last Sun-- : day. Mr. Collie L. Murrell was the guest of Prof. Albert Bryant last Sunday. Prof. Robert Bailey and sister, Miss Nannie, were visiting at the home of Mr. T. J. Bryant, a few days ago. Mr."Polly, who has carried the mail from Columbia to Tarter, for several years, has been tak ing a much needed rest for a few weeks, but he is on thp road now. Even' one was glad to see him able to ride again. is III IL & N. Time Card M tf U MW M TKAIN I ;U,.ZJ o. In effect Monday. Dec 31. 1S08. SOUTH BOUND Lv. LOUIPVILLK Arf. Lkhamos fc42an-7.00 am 3:15 Mm IfctM ' 0iJcNig or Repair work. be to yoilr intaKSt to Inspect our Stock and Price. It will Sandtxskv & Co. Colutnisier. tCy. tana V 6 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 ma terials to oe ootainea Tor tertiuzer purposes. Our brands for CORN, OATS, and TOBACCO are without an equal. Call our goods and the analysis atid get our prioes before makinf your par- ctiases lor toe spring crops. and-examin- MT Vo V06jm HgWpai ir 1 n. Si i'RAIN 11..: ...9J6uat L.V. LlCkAMON . . ...... Mj,t NORTH BOUND at e,T8 HUm. 92 As. LaVWlLLB Ki .' o:4bmi 742 am 7J;A IfelSazi.') &. SS U.H2 JiSS pm ............ fcl" i;'C ;1." ar- 741 am and iA are bui.!ay Oaiaaa)y. e WiLMORE First-Cla- a HOm v. w. w. ixiiunoum, JONES, COf FEY & SON. COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Table ! - 'Ms-i1-- '- Good Sample Room -- I T J 1 '. Sash, Doors, Blinds, AW Mouldings, Columns A Porch Material, Stair Work, coawgwy fepSffaS. interior Finish, Etc. A -- Fetid Stable Reasonable Rales I .QEftDYlTtLLC. MIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS K . - v x I t Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. We appreciate them. t E, I . HHftKFS INCORPORATED. wvt.r GIL vvt? fc. 2U-2- I5 E. I HJ Vjrv-- "- m Slreat IKVH T -I P i it ?? -- . U. C. RA1MK. Pro. J. CCKE, . Pres. V. H. HtflZMML, Sk W. T. Pyne Mill 4 Supply Co. .T ESTiWiSSfcb IU1 Mrs. Mary Hudson returned home last Monday. We hope she will regain her health soon. Mr. Willie Reynolds is receiv-- . ing new goods this week. Mrs. T. J. Bryant is .not afc well this week. Miss Annie Reynolds is on the sick list. Miss Cary Cabbell wa sick last week. Mr. Maupin is removing his saw mill to Mr. ,Valentina Bry- THE FARMERS INSURANCE It has been thoroughly demonstraed by Thousands ' S. D. Crenshaw VEITaiNARY St'JtfEON ant's place,; !hISPuBATf:& 1889 On Tuesday morning April the IWIUUtWIGHTS EKGiWES. 1301THJineeKTti-MftIN- . GFiST MILLS, FEED MILLS LOUISVILLe mACKilSTS DEALERS N re;. sf saw v?ls. SMOKESTACKS, Sheet 4th, the spirit of Mr. J. C. BrjK ant returned to Cod Who gaya it. He had heeif a great sufferer for ten days, and during all thisj time he was tenderly nursed by loving hands, and had the beat medical attention, but this could not stay the hand of death. He possessed a happy, cheerful disposition. If he had trouble, no one knew it, for it was hidden behind a smile. His cheerful voice will be heard no more; He was greatly attached to his of Farmers who have made rield Tests with High Grade FERTILIZERS, such as are Manufactured by THE AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL CHEMK CAL COMPANY, of Cincinnati, 0.. that th Farmer can, to a yery extent. INSURE his crop to be of the vei v 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 ERAND, or any Brand that is manufactured by the A. A. C. Cc , 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 oar Local Agents, or write W. Ni. LOWERY, Qen'3 Aft. Science Hill, Ky. Special PoH-e4i- ttnetir. to Eye L Spavwt ot aey Fistoio. lirfca) work dore at fairprfcea ) well fixed to take care oratocc. ey doe wbea work ia done or tt. removed from stables. LOCATtOR Rf At Br.flV KHIir tN BCttwiuE max. Joseph q this H. n Stone Attooey-ARa- w Will praake andaosRmg cotsafces. A Jamstown, XcbIbcI: im mm W" Ttufc Wor'r vu pttik Mm-M- . A REMINDER FOR SPRING Why XWBINO Wttfifc fcCICITf grand children and igreat grand children. They have lost a good friend. To all the bereaved family, we will say; trust in Him Who doeth ail things well. Mr; Bryant was a son "of James Bryant, instead of David Bryant, as 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PlR 80D reported last week's News. DaWe will save you money on a 26 inclrHOG PROOF FENCE as long vid Bryant was the father of &s our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights Jqhn, T. J Jasper and E. Bryant, and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. of this place. l adcr.iBi.BHiKcr-'- k mht. jonzjmr - All Kinds of Machinery Repaired ELLW0OB WIRE FENCE You will admit you rejuvinateyour 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. y Nyal's Hot Springs Blood Remedy Per bottte Ipb.OD ' " " " 1.0 Rexali Alterative & Specific rt li " .83 A. D. S. Blood Mixtore "' " 1.00 Quigley Compound Sarsaparilla " ' Any one of above in 6 bottle lots for $5.00. ' Not Read The Courier S3INCH City Hall Pharmacy, B. F. Sauter, Owner. louisville, ky. Toria. ournal? HENRY WATTERSON HWt T r '' ellwooo nEU) Fence (standard style7hAoe in six heights L f- V' JJ- -- Wv m- VFWHHMHBHIMMMMIinwMMIjtUkiiA- Hardware, ' Farm Implements and Roofing. r ; DEHLER BROS., ,116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. .; ZTrS.mfm Louisville, Ky. :s$s& A T1 VH F p lih-Grad- ? &jj' afeFy See US before you Marble Cemetery work or .all kind....- G-- Granite bay Represented by C. . Jeffries in this and adjoining counties Main Street, Lebanon. Ky. 5r) The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al Both One Year for $1.50. Children. did you ever think of the pain which Jesus bore for you aud for me? Think of him leaving the portals of heaven and comning down to this sinful world to suffer for you and for me. See him going to fro healing the sick giving sight to the blind and the deaf heard and the dead was raised to life; all this he did that we might believe and be saved; see him in the garden of there praying to the father until the perspiration on his brow was as great drops of blood falling, to the ground; how hevas betrayed by Judas into the hands of the Jews for thirty piece of silver. The Jews, who hated him and who sought him in many ways to take his life, but now the hour had come. See him before Pilot there falsely accused, yet he murmured not a word, see him in the hall clothed in purple wearing a crown of thorns upon his pure brow, think how they smote him on the head and spat upon him. This was for your sins and mine. Think of him the place of crucifixtion, there to be nailed Geth-sernan- e, N. HANCOCK WATCH MAKER and JEWELER l ' Editor: . OPTICIAN My T r ;- - We Dm furnish You Work is all , Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction i Office in The Adair County News and tfoe '.-- J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store. to the rugged cross and suffer , then we must seek to have a pure l and die for you and me; there he heart and pray that God for Jesus Coorier-Joarn- a! shed his precious blood to re- - sake would make fit for heaven. deem a sinful world; Oh! how he Midnight in The Ozarlcs loved us to leave his glory and and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton, ofi DOtli One Year; and come down to this world of Clay City, 111., coughed and coughed. sin and sorrow and suiter and He was in the mountains on the advice die to save our souls from hell. of five doctors, who said he had con-- f c UJ piiU souls of Eumption, but found no help in the cliAre we robbing our that great salvation which was mate, and star ted home. Hearing of Dr. We can also give liberal purchased by the only son's pre- King's New Discovery, he began to use saved my life, "he writes 'combination rate with Daily cious blood; Are we grieving the it. "I believe it "for it made anew man of me. so that holy spirit by not following the 1 can now ho erood work affain." For or Sunday Courier Journal. example? The son laid down for ail lung diseases, coughs.coids, la grippe Write Courier-Journ- al Com- us while here on earth, are we asthma, croup, whooping cough, hay pany, Louisville, Ky., for seeking to gain that home in fever, hemorrhages, hoarseness or quin- free sample copy of edition Price sy, its the best known remedy. that is without money 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar you desire, but be sure to heaven anteed, by Paull Drug Co. and price. Heaven is an abode send your subscription order for none but the pure in heart if I have a very fine Jersey bull at my to this paper NOT to the farm. Fee $1.00 at the gate. G. W. Garrison. 25.2t we wish to go there when we die Courier Journal. ! Weekly-- ' I ' 1 " "NW. NJ 'I' V pj sr the;:adair county news i .A i I I u K K pulled off first Fiddler's Conven-- j tion. Over 1,000 tickets were $& Mr. and Mrs. Ben Grant were sold, 30 fiddlers entered from frmlriSM in.' c ' ' a- f We are in receipt of !et'-it a child at Mr. S. H. Jones, last Sunday. four States. Eva Gaskins, 304 Mauison St , a well as a Mrs. oeraon can take it. On April 29, 1911, comes off Tooeka, Kan., and Mr. P. H. Gavel- - in fact, it has no equal for children, Mr. James D. Weatherford is women and old people las, Wagoner, Okla., as well as ria mueli needless pain when they delay using Cardui second of series. As I was printelling about thewonderful reIt arouses the flow of gastric juice, on the sick list. secured in the cure of sults tor their iunaie troubles. Cardui has been iound to cipal of their school for two their they have and liver troubles by ard by a peculiar action trains the, stomach stomach and bowel muscles to a&ain Mrs. Virgil Keifley visited her relieve beadacbe, backache, pain hi the side and dizyears, they always invite me. the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep- do their work naturally, and i tmma sin. ziness, arihins: from deranged organs. It does more father Sunday night. medicines of all kinds can disThe watchword now is, "He that This remedy, as all readers rfattbt- - pensed with. A free samplebebottle !! than relieve,-1-used persistently, many have writMr. C. G. Russell made a bus- - hath not a fiddle, let him sell his for a generation and is now being can be had for trial by sending your ten to Sciy taat n cured tiiem. address to the doctor, for in ihi CampbeUsville, Fri I mess trip to (garment and buy one." My a? Swd way Mrs. Gaskjnds, Mr. Gave'Ias ami many others first learned of the cmct day. wardrobe went three . years ago complaints. According to reliable tes- - Later, when satisfied it is the remedy to .1 timony, it Mr. Edgar Rule made a flying for a fiddle, SO 'I am heeled. A and lasting seems for be a very qmck you need, do a others are doing mik constipation, in- - buy it of your druggist at fifty cents cure trip to Gai Hn one day last week. man can't be a fiddler and "V.SKE? soar JEt and one dollar a bottle. For the free ample address Dr. W Miss Emma Robertson is spend ekfthes too; but I mean to have ach, gas on the stomach, drowsiness pv?CTBi UVWII after eating and similar disorders. It B. Caldwell 402 Caldwell briMfcm tmarmJ fii ing a tew days with her aunt, Lan army blanket turned into a is a liquid with tonic effect, and so I Monticello, 111. J 37 Mrs. Ben Robertson. toga. Melvin L. White. Mr. 'Carven Hutchinson and Mrs. Maxwell Johnson, Tampa, Fla., writes: "Cardui cured ftfemolr. Miss Meekie Humphress visited me after doctors and everything else had failed 1 had been suffer ing wiih numb spells ever since I was 16 rears old. One dav I near Knifiey, Saturday nightand No family Is exempt from the decided to take Cardui. I have now taken 5 bottles and I can sav entrance of death, but some Sunday. Is ready for distribution. This book v: that it has cured roe. I ddvise all suffering women' to give Cardui upon by thei prove a valuable guide to the home fura Ion? and air trial ." Mr. "Frank Gooley was the families are called relentless foe sooner and .more Mrs. Johnson suffered years. Have you? Do you wish to? KM nisher, as the faithful illustrations of pleasant guest of Air. Alvin Mar- frequently than others. Some But why suj.er at all? Take Cardui. Give it a fair trial. Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums make it Possilx; tin, Saturday and Sunday. persons are called" to mourn AT ALL DBUG STORES dp cur Shopping Home Mr. and Mrs. Ben Robertson, again and again, while others are MSgat Mr. John W. Sharp and sister, happy with their loved ones. Every item is of greatest interest and the Such a one is Mis. Clay Wolford. nil rTMiifir Miss Annie, visited at Mr3. Mat line's Curtain and Drapery pages add sp Only such ashort-timsince she lillllll tie Martin's Sunday. ciat value to our attrartrve offer Office 'Phone '40: laid her babe in the grave, and Res. 'Phone 29. S- Writs us a card to day for, the da?? Mr. Mat Robertson spent now she has had to see a favorite Or, James Triplet! night with his sister at sister laid away in the silent & Welfc: Dentist tomb. Holmes. tactfpsratci Mrs. Lou Ferrill was Dentist. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hum- born-an- Mattie MVtCK, FRONT ROOM IK reared Jiqar Lebanon, 522 and 525 Wfst Market St. JOtUS' BUiLOIKG. phress, Misses Annie, Emma and Ky., and was a daughter of BLOCK 'PHOKX NO. 40, KING 3. JEFFRIES Louisvi.Se, Xet. 4. Clara Robertson spent Sunday at Robt. L. and Harriet Fulks. KCRTUCr COUIMIA K&VTUCXY GOLUMMA, Mr. Ruf us E. Bailey's. She was married about fourteen Mr. Tom Taylor, of Campbells- vears ago to J. H. Ferrill, a Columbia District, Third titan. farmer, near New Haven, Ky. They have one daughter, Irene. '"- - ville, was in this neighborhood feW' one day last week, on business Mi's. Ferrill became a ChrisAlbany, Maupiii, May 910. Mr. Osey Dillingham made a tian at nineteen years of age, Glensfork, Creelsboro," May 13 special business trip, to Cane Val- united with the Baptist church, v at Roiling Fork, She lived a 14. ley, a few days ago. tanhtul life to the end, and made Campbellsville Cir.,, KojMShvaie I Mr. and Mrs. W. P Dillingevery preparation for herself, 'v ham attended the burial of Miss husband and child, that was nee- - ay OU Thurlow, . Lady 8 chapel, May Ermine White. essary when the end should come. Absher. FREE FOR &m is e.-A- , many-others- j TAKE I j H - njShST i haveifeL It WIS Help You Our Fifth Annual Catalog -- -- at -J--Jg tin I Wl III! Illllll e. 5t unbar Sat-upda- y Hubbuch Bres. I d $&,?mr g)XTjgl THE m WEEKLY LOUISVILLE TIMES : GOURIER-J- RNflL i o)2i & HENRY. WATTERSOiN, Editor Laltimore, ft r Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is ) .0() r year, but you can get the WEEKLY j 4, 22, 1911. Editor News: once, proclaim t Why does not vour paper at If A Jim Garnett as the next Attorney General of COURIER-JOURN- AL Kentucky? is Every body can see that COUNTY NEWS '' all over but the shouting, itand THE my Cherry Mountain electors can BOTH ONE YEAR $ not be longer restrained from a vocal gymnastics. Last year we 1 voted 844 times apiece, and we g are still sovereign voters. We Con- , went in solid delegation to VYest Tompkinsville, June,24- 1 1 vention, and voted 840 times. Enid GKia. 25. Then we had three primaries. if vou wiU pvt r ?encl1 your order to this The District conference wH! be and voted in November. Editor News: Courier-Journa- l. paper not, to the Russell Springs June 6- -' Result, we morp than donblpd n fw itpms frotrt hhite held at day will be Yates Webb's majority, put a .country would be of interest to a!9 191L The first We taken tor the wofK 01 trie sun- KnliH npmnti, ,ioWarmn in few ot your many readers. hayin a beautiful Easter, (day School and Ep worth League Bally. Courler-JoDrn- al, Congress from NorUi "Carolina, "e njc bun bnuieb uri uu auu waruj 'conference. and made fine crops, Justtell us nevertheless we had a little ice1 lm.nl uii .VW. t,.- Arirs read the M how big a majority you want,. al, ! Sunday Cowler-JoBniYr soon this meaning, but the sun 'aw regarding their attendance and Cherry Mountain will do the eacae out and warmed things up. at the district conference and rest. We have a good prospect for a We can give you a combination cut KOVern themselves accordingly. As is known to all lovers of, ' r fairly good crop of wheat and c 1 eapecia.iy requti. sweet sounds and sonorous mor- rate on Daily or Sunday if you will wire , , "l' ho love God pray dailrtortm TT" . this paper. I tab, Kentucky has more fiddlers """f' ands eat Holy Spirit. The aCreS.f Prance of the tha an, othBr State. I ,m in- -' during the fall and winter. aS clined to --committee are as follows: think it organized the ' This country suffered from the iwns j l. Murrell. J. A. first Old Time Fiddler's Contest, ffTr3fnt' oiost severe drouth it has experi- jjohnson, R. T. McConnell. but Georgia claims the honor. enc since the opening of the couh- Admission, B. M. Currie, R. L vl,. h;ia r.ms eirnsion r.ir- -, .try seventeen years ago; it never iTalW j. P Van Hov. . . culation, the chances are good, rained from August, 15th until j . Orders. J. H.Walker, D. T . the last of Febual'y except one-- , T w. Pangburn. this kind at Cliffside. NN. C. showers, and consequent T. L. Hulse, P. E. & Co. This is a cotton mill town, fif- ly there were lots of wheat never C. A. teen miles from where I livo, got root enough to stand the PROPRIETORS County court brought quite a having a population of 2,000, the drouth and the wheat that was " number of people to town Monlargest gingham mill in the South sown late never come up until Eighth arid Main Streets, Louisville, rvy. Corner. day. The Master Commissioner under one roof and one manage- March. Corn is done planted! Four Months Storage free CHAS. A. BRIDGES sold several iracts of land and W. G. BRIDGES ment The mill bnilding is 100 here, some of it up, but I guess some stock changed hands. The by 608 feet, four stories high, opWe merchants and grocermen did n "Jack Frost'! will get that. y erates 40,000 spindles, 1,500 plant corn so deep it takes two or us a trial. We Guarantee to Please you Give , good business. looms, and makes 127 new, fancy TaUle supplied With lh Pest the MarketgAffords times as long for it to come three shades of gingham, and 85 stand- up and then it out grows any Meals, 35c Never Out Of Work. ard R R. Haynes styles. R. R. thing you ever saw. The busiest little (things ever made Haynes is president of this mill, As there, is nothing happening are Dr. King's New Uffc Pills. Every globule of health s and is interested largely in four here and nothing of interest to pill is a weakness into strength, other mills' in this state, besides write I will close wishing the that changes M. D, MILLEN & CO., Proprs into menenergy, brain-fa- g banks, railroads etc. He is News and its many readers suc- languorinto of L. & N. Station tal power; curing Constipation, HeadLocated on Railroad St., one square east worth $500,000, and does things. cess. .( t ache, Chills, Dyspepsia, Ma aria. Only - Kentucky. Lebanon, . Lee Bryant. 25c at Paull Drug Co. . Last year about this time, they i AM ADM j fat ; j ! A For , j i L Her funeral was held in the 23. Masonic Hall at New Haven. Grsensburg, Hodges cUapsl, I F6R I9IJ The sermon was preached by her Tav 94 pnsior ana Kinsman, xliu. jonn Spurlmgton and Eariy, SopUr IUGHTES. BUTTtt, Perrell. The text she chose was; 1 Cor. 15:54-57- . She was of such Grove, May 25. WuGER TUA, EVEI sxveet character had that she Weetey eJiafwtr Mannsville, many friends, and no enemies. r TlgpEGOUK PBCE OF 27 9g She died of the dread disease, . Campbellsville station, May 28 consumption, and was so thought- TtlE LOUISVILLE 29. fu! and careful that no one should oecome infected with the disease. Casey Creak, Pellytoo, June 8 Mrs. J. G. Close, a sister, of 4. IS A YEAR. Campbellsville, was with her at Columbia. Jute 10 11. the last. Mrs. Wolford couid Cane Valley, June, 1112. not be with her, but attended If YOU WILL SEND YOUR 0DER Grady ville, June, 17 18. her funeral services. "Blessed are the dead who die Temple Hill, June, 2021. TO US, YOU CAX GET in the Lord." Tompkinsville, June, 22. ! . , -- TliS $5.00 j THE ADAIR C0UNIY NEWS AND t PAi-lia- n ! THE L0UISYILEE j (ft) S2J0 . rr ilV-- U -- TIMES SOTH OWE YEAR 11 t.1,-,- t JswBy 9Mm&v& XrtS!& " i T j0 .,, 4- 1 FOR ONLY $4J0,' - i ; j ' THE LOUISVILLE TIMES isthe best afternoon paper printed ' V avwhere. Has the best corps of correspondents. Covers the Kentucky Said per--' fectly. J' ickett Tobacco Warehoos INDEPENDENT BRIDGES ' ! j .. , 1 ! ! "'m I Covers the general news fieldfe completely. Has the best sad kets reports. faitat mar-- DEMOCRATIC in politics, but fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP- M1LLEN HOUSE TION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPER sugar-coate- d not to The Louisville Times. For Sale: One six year old combined Red Bird horse. Would trade for cattle. Call on The News. S &4&" sy- - aso tf . 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. 'H. lived on or near the creek became greatly alarmed and' moved M' out with what possession they A. Walker and wife, of Co-- '' 7K could conveniently get out with firs&of luitibia. were here the them, ine creek had more wathe week. ter than we have seen since we Clem Kelter was at Basil, last had the disaster four years ago, IN Thursday on business. when so many of our loved ones 7R Judge N. H. Moss of Colum- were taken. We take it that four bia, was here the first of the foot more of water would of given week. us something like what we had on then. Our people knowning the Mrs. W. P. Flowers was the sick list a day or so last trouble we had then and seeing, JN week. so much water it certainly was s i Prof. R. Cabbell of Joppa, was enough toalarm them. Messrs. in our midst last Saturday and W. L. Grady. Strong Hill and Wesley Parson were the onestbat sv Sunday. Dr. L. C. Nell spent several lost the most personal property. Mr. Grady's residence was in days in Louisville last week. Rev. J. R. Crawford of Colum water something like six inches doing great damage to his car- bia, filled his regular appoint in M rniture, also all of 7i Pets and ments here last Saturday and his fencing around his yard and MIS Sunday. wa-tMrs. J. R. Tutt of Milltown, in garden washed out and the in his large stock barn was Vl company with her daughters, v were in our city last Friday look- about three feet deep. Mr. Hill 7I lost a large barn that contained vkl ing after millinery goods. ?K about thirty barrels of corn with Is Rev. J. W. Sexton was on the a large crop of tobacco, a Mis sick list last Thursday and IN. er KKKXXK?ieil9K LOCUST GROVE STOCK FARM SJ 7K 71s vl Mi 7TC si 7TC si SI THE SHELBY SENTINEL. FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1911. Tis Mi IS OS si IS IS 1 Addams! Addams! So Say We AH, Gentiemcn! r fc Mi IS IfAt RAVEN BIRD 5 l number of farming impliments and many other things of great Thos. Cole while at work on value. Mr. Parson who lost a Charlie Sparks house cut one of new blacksmith shop with a his fingers very bad. complete set of tools just Ed Diddle was at Greensburg bought with quite a lot of malast Thursday. terial" for blacksmithing. We Lee Flowers and Will Diddle take it that the rise in the creek were at Glensfork and Columbia, this time has done greaterdamage last Saturday and Sunday. to our lands than the one we had Charlie Sparks new dwelling four years ago. Infact every isnearning completion. Charlie body that lived on this creek has says he wants to get moved be- lost more or less, but we are very thankful that it is no worse. Our fore the next rise in the creek. C. 0. Moss was looking after poeple are getting their fencing nr.nl 'back fast and those that had his fa rmino- intprpsh in Spring community one day last planted have got to plant again - SI is IS IS Mi SI IS SI .SI 7K IS SI ?Is Sired by Red Bird 1956, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st dam Authilia Thompson, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234 by Gist's Black Hawk. 2nd dam by Caldwell's Denmark, be by King Denmark. 3rd dam Bonie, by Old Nat Brown 81. Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay full 16 hands high, 5 years old, he has the best of eyes feet and legs, a beautiful head and neck, a very heavy well set tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He possesses extreme speed, style and action, and the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or handled. He has fine distinct gaits, and goes them all in a most attractive mariner. You will note from his breeding that he has for his sire the famous old Red Bird, who has perhaps sired as many high class show, and sale horses as any scallion in Kentucky, and traces on his dam's side to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all horsemen to be one of the greatest sires that ever lived. Raven Bird is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excellent breeder, and we have every reason to believe that, if 'he is given an opportunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his worthy sire. Service fee $15.00 to insure a living colt. -- IS SI IS si SI isIx - Mi IS SI IS SI Is there a Democrat but belives that if Senator McCreary gets the Gubernatorial nomination, the chances of his party's success will be in doubt? Is it not the part of wisdom, therefore, for him to turn to some one who can bring the people to victory? William Addams, of Harrison county, is such a candidate. Place your banner in his hands and he will give you the hope and enthusiasm that must land us all winners. A few weeks since we were left floundering feeling that there were none to make an active fight to oppose Senator McCreary for the nomination, but since the manly stand and .clear-cstatements of Mr. Addams, our doubts are at last thrown aside and hope has taken the place of our doubts in our party success. ut ?K Mi IS There be times when our darkest periods are just before the dawn, and Democracy in Kentucky appears to have passed through them. From now on every one should feel, with such a man as Addams to lead, that success must surely come. Mr. Addams has a number of relatives and friends in "Old Mi Shelby," and, though this county is in Mr. McCreary 's district yet is SI it can be turned to the Harrison county man who can land the IS SI party tryumphant in November. IS Mi JS SI Let us stop our party bickerings. Addams is a man we can unite upon, and let us all, therefore, get together and be for Addams. Tis TTs ili will be selected. is SI si Tis SI Tis SJr party slogan be, "Party success," and Mr. Addams He is the man of the hour, the man you want, the man you need, the man you must have. Addams! Addams! So say we all! Lethe Alexanders Artist 4517 A. S. H.R. Sirerl by Fayette Artist 4516 he by Kentucky Artist 1455, he by Artist Montrose 51, he by Artist 75 by King Addams! Mi is is Mi IS 7iS i Pis' si Mi is is week. Mrs. Blakey Dulin has been in a very criticul condition for the past two weeks. I Glensfork. j i si 7is si vl is is IS Mr. Edd Bennett was married on April,, 28th, to a Miss Page of. Mr. John S. Moore and family Dirigo community. have moved out in the communiRobert Marshall has been emty of Weed. ployed by a lumber company in Mr. Tone Morrp nnrl snn of 'Metcalfe county. Cane valley, were here the first, We are Iad to announce that of the week on business. Eld. Z. T. Williams will preach Miss Mildred Walker who has place on the third Sunday been visitino- in Columbia fnr at this nth, begining in May. several daya returned home the;i" Dee, a little son of Oadu3 Wil- first of the week. in is not expected to live very Mrs. J. D. Walker was on the long. He is afflcted with dropsy sick list a day or so the first of of the heart. the week. The rain on April the 30th was Mike Winfrey of Columbia, the most destructive we have was here one day last week in had for years. Much damage the interest of circuit court that was done to the fences and crops will convene in Columbia in a on the creeks and many cornfields few days. . on highlands were so badly Dr. J. H. Grady of Columbia washed that they will have to be was here last Friday visiting his replanted. brother. Doeter informed us About thirty of the happiest, that he was permantly located at noisiest girls and boys we ever Columbia and was having a good saw from the Columbia graded practice. school, condescended, as some of Mr. Alferd Parson our efficient them were heard to say,to "cross mill man was called to the bedthe line of civilization" and come side of his wife at Portland last out here on April, the 29th to see Friday morning, who was taken their school's base ball team win very suddenly sick. At this an easy victory over our boys from, time she is considered some bet! - M Tis "Mi is Mi is Mi is vTS is William 67. 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900 by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd dam Juelle C. 1304 by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington Denmark 64. 3rd dam by Dew drop, by Cabell's Lexington. Alexander's Artist is a beautiful red chestnut, four years old, 152 hands high. You will note from the above that there are few if any better Stallions in Kentucky. He is a grand individual and in every way as good as his breeding. He is thoroughly broken to double and single harness, and nicely gaited, in fact he is a combined horse of high class, and presents a. magnificent appearance any where you place him. His future as a show horse and as a producer of saddle horses, will compare most favorably with the best. Fee, $12.50 to insure a living colt. oiiiuiiuuiiiiimiHiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiUiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiio IS SL SI Mi Marion Mrion is a black Jack with white points, 5 years old, 15 hands high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and ears. He has lots of substance, in fact Jack. he has all of the desirable features of a first-clas-s He has proven himself very sure and a most excellent breeder. Service fee $1'.00 to insure a living colt. The above described stock will do service at my barn in Columbia. I am prepared to take care, of mares sent to me from a distance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, or fed at $8.00. In all cases money ib due and must be paid, when mares are bred to other stock, traded, parted with or removed from the neighborhood. All stock will receive my personal attention, and due care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. is Tis si is si 7Ts SI Jordan Peacock. This noted Saddle Stallion will make the present season at Gradyville, Ky., and will serve mares at the low price of $15.00 to insure a mare with foal. Jordan is in fine shape, looks like a colt. He is so well known that he needs no introduction to the public. He is known from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean. Jordan has sired from 50 to 100 colts every year for 14 years, and most all of them have been sold from weanlings to at from $100 to $2,000. There has been a goodly number of them sold from 500-t$1,000. There has been over One Hundred Thousand Dollars paid to the people of Adair and joining counties for this horse's colts. I will also stand NOBLE PEACOCK, a son of Jordan Peacock, on the same terms as .Jordan Peacock NOBLE is a very fine young horse. He was shown in two rings at the Columbia Fair, last year and won each time. There were 8 entries in one ring and Noble won the blue tie. His first dam was by Artist Jewel, 2nd dam by Cromwell Denmark, 3rd dam by Artist 75. From the above breeding you will see there is no better bred one living than NOBLE PEACOCK. I will also stand 2 fine Jacks, HIGHWAY and BLACK DIAMOND at $10.00 to insure a mare with foal. Highway's colt won the blue at the Columbia Fair last year, and several of them sold for $100 at weaning time. These are the best Jacks that I have ever seen in Adior County. BLACK DIAMOND is under 3 years old. Every pne that has looked at him say that he is the best one they have ever seen. Money due in all cases when the mare is traded or moved from the neighborhood. (Plug mares will not be bred to this stock.) o Mi is IS Tis Mi M SI is si is si is is si is Mi is Mi 7K A. S. Chewning, Columbia, Ky. S O. B . Campbellsville, Ky. FINN f I SS ter. Mrs. ' , W. T. Grissom of Bliss visited her relatives at this place last Friday. ' Herschel Baker of Columbia was here Monday looking after his interest in the timber business. . m .r- The heavy rains that we had last Saturday night and Sunday gave us plenty of high water that did great danlage to our growing crops and land on the creek. Infact all the fencing n the creek is gone. The rains certainly give our farmers plenty of work in the way of replacing Qheir fences. Our people that - the sticks. But our rough untidy illiterate heathen from the hills were mean enough to make nine scores to the Graded school's one, in two endings, whereupon the Columbians remembered just at this time they were needed at home and immediately bolted and would not even favor us with the yell of their institution as they had done incessantly from the timethey left Columbia. I hope they will come back and if they will agree to do so I will see to it that those old' rough fellows out here that never attended a high school, and would not have sense enough to learn a college yell, don't get a score. Headquarters for Cold Drinks, Improved Soda Fountain. t Also a General Line of Drugs and Staple j S E r J1 Groceries. I Vester. A Last Sunday morning April 23d Mr. Lora Burton and Miss Nannie McElroy were united in marriage. The groom is very industrious young man, who has many friends. The bride is a very lady in the neighborhood where she was reared. The ceremony was beautifully J pro pop-ular'young ' Feed at 25 cents per day or pasture after April 20th at 50 cents per week. Respectfully, ; HE r nounced by Rev. James Burton in the presence of a few friends s W. L. Grady. t. and relatives. We extend our best wishes to this very deservLizzie Abrell last Tuesday. ing couple. Misses Malindia and Lena DooFarmers are busy planting corn ley were the guests of Mrs. Kate in this section. Wheat is looking Sutton last Friday. Miss Lena Dooley was the finev guest of Miss Omer Whited last Misses Malindia Dooley and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim I. Curry were Omer Whited were visiting Miss " v--" SmiwnrnmmmiimiminmmmmminnimniininmniS visiting the la tters parents, and Mrs. Richard Burton Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Sarah Burton and Dellie Burton were visiting S. Mr. last Miss Mrs. J. Dooley last Wednegday. i v-- - .. - '