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Prizes r t & "The first day of circuit court brought Announcements for L'ndsey-Wilso- n The following is a programme of the a large crowd to town, and all classes Commencement exercises 191 1 May the 30th, 100 yd dash 17 and under, 1st, J as. Decoration at Carmel, of business were fairly good. Recital by Junior pupils of music and Guthrie 11 1 5 seconds, 2nd L. Sulli- 1911. Judge Carter convenpd court prompt- Expression Departments, Tuesday afOpening exercises, 9 a. m., By Rev. ly van. at 10 o'clock a m., and immediately ternoon May 16th Athletic Day, Wednesday Afternoon CREDITS. Broad jump, 1st, Elbert Webb, 17 W. S. Dudgeon. commenced instructing the grand jury. Piano and vocal recital by Misse3 Balance on hands July May 17th. 1:30 O'clock. Decoration of graves, at 9:30. a. m. ft 9 in, 2nd, Ernest Winfrey, 17 ft. The instructions were full and deliver-- j Hodges and Milliken, certificate pupils 25 47 $ 1, 1910 Speech at 10. a m.. by T. A. Murrell. ed in a forcible manner. The following ' One-mil-e race, 1st O. Holt 5 min 41 of the music department Thursday 87 46 July 5 ck Sneech at 10:30 a. m.. by G. Paul gentlemen compose sec, 2nd, Heber Lewis, 3rd, Chas. night, May 18. the two juries: Inspection of Drawing books. 225 11 August 1 ck Smythe. Diddle. GRAND JURY. An evening of plays, Expression de- Drill. August 5 TAM&M& Sermon at 11 a. m., by Rev. Currie. Wheelbarrow race, 1st, Rhea and W. H. Lemon, foreman, C C.Mitch- partment Friday night May 19th- - Ad- 15 00 M Insurance tax Sack Race, boys of V & VI grades. DINNER ON THE GROUND FOR EVERYONE. ell, Lucian Hendrickson W. E. Gen- mission 10c Campbell, 2nd, Holt and Guthrie 303 71 Premium 25c in candy, Richardson & Sept. 2 ck 1st Red, 2nd Girl's relay race, EVENING EXERCISES. try, John Bell, J. C Spears, Mannie Recital, Music Dtpartment, Satur- 23 00 Sepc 5 c by J G Eubank Beck. Green. k Kemp, 1. C. Harmon, Melvin Cave, day night, May 20. Speech at 1:30 p.m., by Rev. J 4 96 Wheelbarrow Race, girls card case, Sept. 6 Water melon tax Somersault race, 1st, Gny Stevenson, Black. Commencement termon, by Rev. A. Josiah Smith, C. C. Henson, James R. 10 00 Page. Dr. J. N. Sept. 21 Indian Herb Co tax 2nd, Frank Hulse. R. Kasey, Sunday morning eleven Wilson. Speech at 2: p. m., by L. T. Neat. boys. Premium 50c Oct 1 ck 1602 45 High Jump, Pole vault, 1st, James Holladay, 8ft o'clock at the Methodist church May PETIT JURY. After 2:30 p. m., the floor is open to 719 41 knife by Reed Hardware Co. Oct. 4 ck 3 in, 2nd, Guy Stephenson. J. J. Humphress, M. I. Ellis, J. V. 21. others oresent wishing to speak. of III & IV Nov, 8 ck 85 20 Three legged Race, boys Hurdle race, 1st, Chas. Diddle, 19 5 Graduation exercises at Lindsey-Wilso- n Somg services will be conducted by Willis, J. M. Campbell, J D. Todd, J. 83 04 grades. Premium Knives, .T. D. Far-ri- s Dec. 1 c & 5 cks 2nd, O Holt, 3rd, J. Guthrie. W. Simpson, R. B. Tucker, J. R. Gaschapel Monday morning at 9:30, John Wolford. 92 87 Jan 2 1911 c & ck Society relay race, 1st C. D. S., 2nd, Organist's, Miss Mary Van Hoy, Mrs. ton, S. H. Knifley, S. A. Hatcher, N. May 22. Patato Race, girls of III & IV grades. F. L.- S. Commencement address by Rev A. Bettie Henson and Mrs. Mollie Biggs. G. Allison, A. K. Rupe, N. A. McKin-lePremium nice belt pin, W. I. Ingram. Total reed by Tr togethCandy eating contest, 1st, Hulda J. R. Yates, Art Bradshaw, W. L. R. Kasey, Lindsey-Wiiso- n chapel 11 in his SPECIAL NOTICE. Standing Broad Jump, boys. Prem- ' er with afht 2nd. Leontine Leachman. r, Brockman, P. S. Monroe, W. J. o'clock a. m., May 22. 8 3 277 68 hands July 1 ium 50c necktie, Miss Pearl Hindman. The will be no stands on the ground One-hamile race, 1st, H. Lewis, 2 J. W. Foster, Simeon Murrell, B. Let all former pupils return if possiFifty-yar- d primary boys. dash, AMOUNTS pAID OUT and it mu3t be thoroughly understood 33, 2nd, O. Holt, 3rd, J. Holladay. B. Caffey, J. M. Conover, M. L. Mitch- ble for these exercises. Premium 50c Dase ball, C. R. Hutch- July 2 Standard Hwd Hoop race, 1st, Kate Stephenson, that there is going to be perfect order ell, Joe R. Scott. ison. 29 31 2nd, Leontine Leachman. on the grounds. Remember, we mean Lumber Co Fifty-yar- d dash, girls. Premium-p- air July 5 O P Willis Mrs. John Lee Walker entertained 53 41 E. Winfrey lOh sec exactly what we say when we say we 100 yd dash, 1st, EXECUTION SALE. the following young people last Tuespearl cuf buttons, Frank Sinclair. July 5 L C Winfrey are going to have ord-- r. '51 60 2nd, E Webb, 3rd, J. M. Rosenfield. Hundred-varday evening, in honor of Miss Allen dash. boys. Premium Every body is cordially invited to come 6 25 July 5 A H Ballard 30 ft 10 in, 2nd Shot put, 1st, O. Holt By virtue of execution No. 1863 Alexander, of Burkesvihe: Mr. Fred Russell & Co. sice belt, 173 52 J. Guthrie. andlielpus make this Decoration an Aug, 3 Al Sinclair which issued from the office of the Hill, Miss Myrtle Myers; Mr. A S. Ball Throwing contest, girls. Pre- Aug. 5 Oliver Willis 1 75 1st, E. Webb, 41ft, enjoyable occasion for a 1. & Clerk of the Adair Circuit Court on the Chewning, Miss Alice Walker; Mr. miumset cuff buttons, Patteson A. W. Bait, 6 25 2nd, O Holt. Aug. 5 J G Eubank 18th day of March 1911, for the sum of Geo Montgomery, Miss Edna Lewis; .Denney. 1 00 W. H. Caffee, Aug. 5 Albin Eubank Ball throwing by girls, 1st, Loretta ($16.50) Sixteen dollars and fifty cents Mr. H. T. Baker, Miss Madge Rosen-fien- d, Relay Race, boys. Premium half Sept. 2 Al Sinclair E. J. Clark. 100 00 Dunbar, 2nd, Lottie Garner, 3rd, Leon with interest thereon at the rate of 6 Mr. J. W. Flowers. Refreshdozen Handkerchiefs, John D. Lowe. Committee. 42 62 tine Leachman. Sept. 2 O P Willis per cent per annum from the oth day of ments served and games played. Cracker-eatin- g contest, boys and girlg. Sept 2 Col Lighting Co 70 47 410 yd dash, 1st, W. Romines 1 min 3 November 1903 until paid and the furPremium 50c at the soda fountain, Sept. 3 Col Lighting Co 65 84 sec, 2nd, J. Guthrie, 3rd E. Winfrey. l.ikes the Method. Mr. J. H. Caldwell, who lives at ther sum of (S4 75) Four Dollars and Ballard & Miller. 63 03 Sept. 6 Col Lighting Co Three legged race, 1st, Holladay and met with a painful and frightful seventy five cents cost, in favor of Z. The girl that can speak the greatest Sept. 7 Adair County News 11 37 Sullivan, 2nd, Hulse and Stevenson Hopkinsville, Ky , May 11, 1911 . I accident last Tuesday. He had hooked T. Gabbert against Jas. H White-;No of audible words in two (2) minutes, Sept. 17 Russell & Co 117 08 Running high jump, 1st, E. Webb 4 Gentlemen: will on Monday, the oth day of June, up a pair of young mules and was pregirls. Premium fancy parasol, W. L. Sept. 20 O P Willis 42 00 ft 10 in, 2nd Winfrey and Rhea. You will find enclosed check for $2 1911, at the court house door in Colum paring to drive them. They became Walker. 6 25 Oct. 3 H C Wolford Sack race, 1st, F. Hulse, 2nd, G. for the News to January 1912, accord bia, Ky., the same being the first day frightened and jumped, knocking Mr. Whistling Contest, girls pair gold Oct. 3 Albert Sinclair 50 00 Stephenson. ing to our statement. of a regular Term of tha Adair County Caldwell down. He held on to them, Paull Drug Co. ;uff buttons, 2 7o sec, Oct. 3 Walker Bryant 220 yd dash, 1st, E. Webb 26 I trust that your new method of con- Court, at 1 o.clock p. m., or there- but he was fearfully bruised about the 151 90 2nd, 0. Holt, 3rd, J. Guthrie. TENNIS GAMES. Oct. 3 Al Sinclair ducting your Daper will prove success- about offer for sale to the highest bid- head and body. 40 00 O P Willis Triplett and Nell Tarter Oct. 4 1. Mary Egg race, 1st, Susie Rainwater, 2nd. ful. It would be far better for every der upon a credit of three months the 8 00 Lottie Garner. The committee appointed for the reagainst Mary Crawford and Frances Oct. 4 M Cravens body concerned to pay cash, if we could following tract of land or a sufficiency 8 00 union and decoration by Confederate an Sanders. Premium Tennis Racquet, Oct 4 W H Wilson Shoe race, 1st, O. Holt, 2nd C. Did- only see it that way. I hope all your thereof to satisfy said execution, inter 1 00 dle. Oct. 4 W H Wilson W. M. Wilson. gabscribers will fall in cheerfully with est and cost as the property of Jas. H. Federal soldiers, at the monument,near 37 7 2 Tom Patteson and Alvin Lewis Oct. 5 HC Wolford Green River Bridge, for the 3rd of June Girl's wheelbarrow parade, 1st, Alva your new plan. ' Sincerely yours, White lying on the waters of Casey 16 65 Knight, 2nd, Agnes Hynes. is perfecting arrangements as rapidly as against Edgar Reed and Henry Han- Oct. 7 Russell & Co A. R. Kasey creek, and bounded on the North by the possible and next week a complete procock. Premium Tennis Racquet, Oct. 10 Ladies Cemetery Potato race, 1st, J. Holladay, 2nd, G. lands of J. W. White, on the "South by 65 00 Stephenson, 3rd F. Hulse. Every effort Asso National Bank. Wm. V. Hovious, who is deaf gram will be published Mr First lands of James Rurriss, on the East 88 42 Pughes and Bryan English Oct. 11 Al Sinclair under, 1st, Edgar and who is a compositor, having work- the will be made to guarantee a pleasant 3. Paul 100 yd dash 14 and lands of Milard Eastrige, on the 3 60 Harris, 2nd, Fred Har.is. the old by theby day for all who may attend. against Leon Lewis and Albia Eubank. Oct. 11 LW Bennett ed on several newspaper, West the lands of Ernest Hardin 6 00 Racquet, Jno W. Oct. 15 Coffey & Patteson Premium Tennis Spectator being one of the number, was 61 93 RUSSELL COUNTY WON THE FOLLOWING hgpjily married a few weeks ago to and containing 37 acres more or less. Public Sale. Oct 18 Col Lighting Co Flowers. Bond with approved security and bear1 10 "FRIZES. Miss Catherine Squires, of Fry, Green Piay by High School pupils, Wednes- Nov. 7 Geo. Pike ing 6 per cent interest from date until 13 50 Nov. 8 T A Murrell day evening, May 17th, 8 o'clock. On Saturday, May 20th I will sell, at Miss Alva Knight and Lawrence Sul- county, who is also a mute. Both Mr paid will be required of the purchaser. 7 00 Graduating exercises of Eighth Grade Nov. 8 J N Coff ey and Mrs. Hovious are excellent young my farm, to the, highest bidder the follivan, fancy turnout, 11 1911. 40 00 They This April and their promotion to High School, Hov 8 O P Willis 100 yds dash 17 and people and have many friends. lowing property: James Gutherie, A. D. Patteson, S. A. C 20 00 were educated at Danville and their Thursday morning, May 18th, 10 Nov. 8 O P Willis Two good horses, cne milk cow; a under, 2nd on shot put relay. 15 50 Nov 8 Jim Spears former college associates will be glad o, clock. wagon, buggy and surry. AH kinds of O. H Holt one mile run, 1st prize, Public SpeaRing. 47 00 To all of these exercises the public is Nov. 8 Henry Mullinix Shot put, first to learn of their union. At present farming tools, household and kitchen mile run 2nd prize. 100 00 The following gentlemen, Republi- furniture. The sale to begin at 9 a. m. Nov. 8 L C Winfrey torlially invndd No admission, hammer 2nd the couple is at Holmes, this county, prize. Running half 20 50 adNov. 8 Robt Young Ellie Scott. prize. 220 yds dash, second prize. but in a' short time will take up their can candidates for the Legislature, 35 00 9 Jo N Conover Administor's Sale. Hovious During Mr. Hovious' dressed a large audience at the courtNov. race, first prize. Running broad abode at Shoe 71 02 stay in Columbia, a few years ago, he house Monday. They spoke in the folNov. 10 Col Lighting Co It will be remembnred that we stated jump, 3rd prize. Relay race. 20 50 by the many lowing order. G L. Perryman, James two weeks ago that the Bridge ComM Cravens was very much liked CUMBERLAND CIRCUIT COURT. Nov. II 21 00 Nov. 11 Herbert McLean j oung men who formed his acquaint- Hovious, L. T Neat and Walter Sin- mittee had not yet decided upon the D. Potts, as AdminiL. Mothers Day. 20 00 NOTICE clair. They were all given good atten- weight of the structure that is to span Dec 8 W H Wilson ance. strator of John S Potts, 73 82 deceased, petitioner ex- tion and cheering was very much in Green river at Neatsvil'e. A conclu Dec. 9 Col Lighting Co J partee, 13 00 Mr. Marcus Tarter of Tarter this evidence The precinct meetings are sion was reached last week, and the A service which has been very approDec. 10 Henry Mullinix 2 00 priately dedicated to the mothers of county, was in Columbia last Saturday, to be held throughout the county, Sat- heaviest bridge of two submitted was Notice is hereby given that I, as Ad- Dec. 10 Robt Pennycuff 20 00 our country was observed at the Presbythe first time for sev?n years. He sub- urday, June 24, County convention the selected. It is to cost $3,750, and it is ministrator, of the estate of L D. Dec. 10 HC Walker The scribed for the News wherf i t started, 26 of June. obedience to Dec. 12 O P Willis 40 00 terian church last Sunday forenoon. Potts, lately deceased, in our understanding that it is to be com27 50 large auditorium was filled with people fourteen years ago and has not missed an order made and entered in the above Dec 17 J T Page pleted by the" 15th of September. Mr. Fred McLean, of this city, has 2 00 and the writer was fortunate enough a copy in all that long time. He endor styled proceeding, at the last March Dec. 19 J C Strange 2 00 to be one among the number. The ses our method going to the cash system received a communication from m cCro-rterm of the above named Court, will on M Cravens A few days ago several families were 6 25 Rev. J. R. Crawford pastor of the believing that it will prove best both Ark, stating that there is to be a invited to the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Monday the oth day of June, 1911, it Dec 21 Walker Bryant 9 50 Presbyterian church was the speaker of for the publisher and subscriber. being the first day of the regular coun- Dec. 21 Jim Young Mr. change of teachers in the Graded school H. Gill for dinner. Vhile the grown 2 00 the hour, and he delivered a most elo- Tarter was Bccompanid to Columbia by in that town this year, and good teachty court, at the court house door in the Dec. 21 M O Winfrey people were at the table George Young . 42 56 quent and entertaining address upon Mr. W. G. Shepherd, whose name was ers are wanted to fill the places of and Robert Gill, small boys, went out tewn of Columbia, at or near the hour Jan. 3 1911 O P Willis all those that go out. The letter stated in the yard to play. They had a hatch53 13 the topic of virtuous, christian mother- intered upon our list as a subscriber. of one o'clock, p. m., on said day, offer Jan. 3 Russell & Co 2 00 hood. Such sermons are indee J aninspir- and sell at public outcry to the Jan. 3 June Pickett that it is a good opportunity for some et, and in some accidental manner. for sale bidder, on a credit. of Jan. 3 Adair County New3 4 00 a tion to men who hear them, at least D. H Howerton, oastor of the of the good teachers in Adair to get po George got his two middle fingers cut Rev. kighest and best 50 00 the one of last Sunday made a lasting Baptist Church, this place, delivered sitions at a good salary, if they will, off at the first joint. three months from day of sale, fifteen Jan 3 L C Winfrey Mr. 71 10' impression upon certain men in the the Commencement sermon for the only put in their applications. ahares of the capital stock in the Bank Jan. 3 Col Lighting Co num- Russell Creek Baptist Academy, before McLean has been to lucurory,' ana ne 6 00 congregation, from the fact that a Teachers Examination next Friday f Columbia, of the par value of Jan. 7 L R Winfrey 2 00 ber of times during Rev Crawford's dis- a Campbellsville audience last Sunday says it is a good town. $100.00 per share, the book value there- Jan 11 J H Pelley and Saturday May 19 and 20. Teachers 2 00 course the writer observed wet eyes, The Baptist church was crowded, and desiring to take this examination be at of now being $213 33 per share Jan. 12 Sa.u Mitchell Mr. W. E. Vigus, who was born and the Graded school building at 8 o'clock. 6 00 which would not have been had not we feel sure that the congregation was I will offer said shares of stock sep- Jan. 16 A Hunn 6 00 Mother been the subject arately and then all together, and the Jan. 16 G T Herriford not disappointed It has been suggest- reared in Adair connty, a son of James . Do not bring stationrey it will be furwho has been dead many years, nished. Pay your fee the morning you .28,3 way the same brings the most money 1 Jan. 17 Jeffries Hdw Co When Mother is spoken of it will ed by some of the members that he de- Vigus, and who is a very superior business , enter. 12 50 touch a mans heart if he has any al liver this sermon next Sunday evening, will sell same. The purchaser will be Jan. 18 J G Eubanks Pearl Hindman Supt. appointed chief. 1 50 though she may rest beneath the soa, since it is the regular education Sunday man, was recently required to execute to me as Admini- Jan 18 Al Sinclair coarn strator bond, with good and solvent seyet those tender memories of when he for this church and he has consented to clerk oi tne state Vigus is oi realizatMonday was the first day of Circuit an uncle of Mr. $ 2 221 91 ion, Utah. curity, for the purchase of same, due sat upon her knee will come back to him do so. people were here from all ad1 055 77 Mrs. J W. Coy,' this place. He has court and and payable in three months, with in- Balance as though it were but yesterday. counties. The Republican canjoining It has been suggested to the pastor been living in Utah 17 years. terest from day of sale until paid. God knows that children should $ 3 277 68 didates for the Legislature were busy Said shares of stock are represented by Feb. 1 Balance in hands reverance a Mothers love more than a of the Baptist church that we dismiss son of Mr. and Mrs. throughout the day. J. Frank, a little our services next Sunday morning, on certificate No., 12 and were oned by $ 1 055 79 majority of them do these days, because J. W. Walker, had the misfortune to Treasurer account of the commencement services John S. Potts at the time of his death. Pastors of churches in Adair and adThis is to certify that I have exam- no boy or girl can have but one mother' atNM. E. Church But he does not get his right arm broken above the This May 1st. 1911. world and when she is gone to wrist last Tuesday He was at the joining counties are requested to anined the foregoing settlement of the in this v, L. D. Potts. Administrator. lnno- home, the best friend on deem it advisable owing to the fact barn and climbed into the loft, and in nounce the date, 3rd of June, decoralate Jo Coffey Jr., Treasurer of the will be miss- that this is our regular Education Sun moving about he fell through a hole tion day, at the monument, near Green town of Columbia, Ky., and find- that earth is gone, and one that day. Futher more, the house will not to the ground Hoth bones were river bridge. The people are expected said statement is correct. May 1, 1911. ed every day of life, comChurch to be Dedicated. The choir rendered a number of beau- hold all who would attend the d Drs. Hindman and Grissom to bring baskets. L. C. Winfrey, Com. our broken. tiful selections among which were mencement services. We will have reduced the fracture. get in "Till Mother I'll be there," ana Moth services and any who cannot Lee Smith's Jack, Beckham, purchasThe new Southern Methodist build-i- n presm there may come and worship with us. SUNDAY. PREACMNN NEXT ers Praver. Miss Alice waiKer Mr. L. V. Murrell, one of the parties ed of Jones & Moody, Taylor county, is - F. McL. Any of our members who care to go at Rusesll Springs will be ded ed at the organ. to the shooting whichJ?recently occurred showing some first-clacolts. Medium there may feel free to do so. icated Tuesday, the 6th of June. Afy at Cane Valley, and which was reported mares bring 42 inch colts. size D. H. Howerton, Pastor. ter the dedicatory sesvices a meeting W. H. C. Sandidge. Greensburg. in this paper, was oeiore uounty juoge Rev. B. M. Currie, pastor of the Grove. will continue three days. Great prepi F. J. Burger. Chestnut N. H. Moss last Thursday. "He waved Methodist Church, this place, received All Master Masons in good standing arations are being made for the occaPublic Sale. J. R. Crawford. Edmonton. an examination, and the case goes to massacre from Tennessee, Monday many people are expected to are earnestly requested to be at the -sion, and G. W. Pagburn Elroy. the grand Jury. night, stating that a brother was lying The edifice, when lodge room this (Tuesday) night. Work be in attendance. J. F. Black Cane Valley On Saturday, May 20th I will sell, at damrerouslv ill. Mr, Currie took the will be a handsome building completed, J. F. Turner Mt. Pleasant. tj the highest bidder the fol The following persons will compose in 2nd and 3rd degrees. 10 o'clock hack Saturday morning for my farm, town of Russell and an honor to the J. Minzie Mosby Ridge. the directory of the Russell Springs Dogs got into a flock of sheep, owned his old home. It is hoped that there lowing property : SDrings. Mrs. A. R. Humble, of Som B. M. Currie Columbia". and tgood horses; one milk cow; a Fair Association this year: U.T. Selby, by Mr. H. B. Garnett, last Tuesday Two has been a cnange for the better, erset, a former resident, contributed J. F. Roach Good Hope. and surry. All kinds oi J. O. Holt, C. L. Winfrey, J. P. Clay- night and killed and crippled twenty; that Mr. Currie will find his brother waeon.-bueetke paper for the church, and for her S. F, Payne Mt. Carmel. living, and that he will eventually re farming .tools, household and kitchen ton. The date for the Fair is not yet Mr. Garnett shot at the dogs, killing T). H. Howerton Colnmbia. Tery liberal donation the committee and m. announced. one. cover. In the meantime, mucn, sym- furniture. The sale to begin at W. B. Cave Pleasant Ridge. the Methodist people in general, return Ellie Scott. pathy is felt here for Mr. Currie, who their very grateful thanks. Mr. J. E. Flowers had the the miswas deeply moved by the sad m'pssage. Mr U. Rey Yark erry bought the Me--v We will keep any Lawn mower we ' mow your t lawn but fortune to get three fingers on hk right Allister residence, Cane. valley,v Moa- It if time to Born, to the wife of Robt. R. Young, set! agisted for twt seasons free ef mashed at the Column fac-You can buy Watkins Remidies,, from don't buy a mower until you haye seen hand badly day, for $500. who lives on Carapbeltevi He pike; May Monday. tary Patterson & Denny. Jno. B. Grant. ours. Reed Hardware Co. ' Hardware Ct. . lee Report ot Jo Coffey, Treasurer, town Coulmbia, made by W. A. Coffey, 'Feb-1,191- 1: 4-y, d. 1 Field Awarded L. W. T. S. Day, Programme. Circuit Court. Commencement. Con-ove- lf d Half-hamm- er, Mill-tow- n, ' -5 y, , ! - - well-fille- ss ! "" v 9. S 4- 11, 1911, a daughter. cfcarSe. s Y- V, .$, I 3i. . ' ' M M Jta:v ' iSt . V S""..--- ". rj --" Y- - j " 4. l"v- . r f 5"A v"1. " -- - 1 : f-- ' 2 H B Ingram & Sons, furnishCLAIMS ALLOWED, ing Daupsr H B Ingram & Sons, School books to indigent children List of claims allowed by the Adair Adair County at its. Al Coomer, furnishing pau5?tacal Court 'for JLpi.il Term. 1911. per T A. Kurrell, salary as Coun- $ 125 00 R C Bean, bridge lumber ty Treasurer Smith & McBeath, furnishing Cfoapman Bros, furnishing pauper J W Sublett & Bros. vCfeapman Bros, furnishing Gordon Montgomery, salary 18 00 pauper as County Atty T?t W Kirtly furnishing pauPearl Hindman, salary as 13 00 per County Supt furnishing pau- B V aovious, N H Moss, salary as County p-.- r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS A 26 00 Jno. Kinney, gone from county 23 94 T M Lay, gone from county Nat Murrell 130 Bill Otterson, gone from county 3 50 Tom Otterson, gone from county H Powell, gone from county 00 Waymon Rigney, gone from county 39 61 32 Lee Robertson, gone from county M 250 00 Hurt, gone from county A J tfell J F Spier J H Todd, gone from county Jas R Wilson E A Cox, gone from county R H Cundiff, gone from county . J H Rood, gone from county COLORED Somerset, Ky. May 4th, 1911. mine, and besides my mother, a 39 00 medical at 23 0 Gabbart, tention to pauper Wheat & Williams, furnishing pauper T J Cooper, furnishing pau- Judge 5 00 51 ZT Williams, furnishing per pau- R H Rains, gone from county M T Rigney, gone from county. 350 00 J W Shaw M V Strevals 250 00 Hardin Stargel, gone from county Jeff. Sherlin 26 00 L M Simpson SG 2 00 2 00 2 00 87 50 96 75 CW J Rexroat Nelson Fitzpatrick Goliah Johnson, gone from county David Pettis, deceased Cleveland Sebastain, gone from county was a subscriber with the H C Sebastain, gone from county issue of your paper, I don't N better friend than she I never had, and I asked her, where is Editor News: I notice in your paper that all Owensby? and she said; in the subscribers who are in arrears Triplett "Old Fields," and went on the first day of June will be on to tell me who all lived there, dropped from your list. As I and that her son was the corres- DELINQUENTS IN DIST 7 WHITES Jno W Burton Logan Burton, deceased Wm F Burris, gone from county B H Burton JohnT Burton Wm Curry Ephram Crawhorn, deceased N J Compton T B Duncan "" per 2.D Jones, furnishing pauper J B Burton, furnishing pauper .J B Burton.f urnishing pauper Jfclary JVIilem, furnishing pauper "W H Burris, 19 24 19 26 26 furnishing pau19 pau-Jper per IS M Burton furnishing JN H Moss, 39 holding inquests &c. T over lunatics B Cravens, IS 90 Rollin Hurt, Electisn Com- - . 00 missioner A D Patteson, election Com50 missioner 00 G F Stults Election Commis50 sioner 00 U L Taylor, Health Officer J K P Conover, for wood fur- 00 nished to jail K'P Conover, dieting prisJ 50 oners c Russell & Co clothing prison00 ers Walker Bryant, Clerk road Tarter , Twyford A H, gone from county Tarter J L Tarter COLORED , Milt Taylor, deceased DELINQUENTS IN DISTRICT NO 3 WHITES SW Flatt first pondent to the Adair County want News from that place. Well made me think I was get to be left out in the cold now. I that old, and that I had been enclose you check for $2, hoping ting away irom my old playground that amount will keep me in good Logan Blair and I standing with you until next pay a long time. used to fox hunt in the old Tripday. fields, when the only inhabitI enjoy reading your paper lett ants that it had were old negro more than I do my own county Long and his bob tail bull papers, hecause I often, through Dick your paper, hear from my old . , . , n uuiue in x.usseu county, aim irom old friends in different States. I read a letter a short time ago in your paper, from Eddy, Texas, written by a party who signed his name G. F. C. Now I i J T Bybee 353 75 J L Bennett J 12 95 O Bennett Bob Cabbell services as 4 00 3 00 18 00 19 50 orders Walker Bryant, Clerk to County Court AD Patteson, Sheriff services ' to Co. Court Sandusky & Co lumber to roads John Eubank, services as justice S P Sullivan, services as jus tice William Harvey, services as 3S 35 106 80 200 43 3 00 18 00 18 00 15 stenographer -- CFG Gfcbbart, medical attention to pauper 3Iasil Chapman, furnishing pauper "?ickett & Howard, furnishing pauper J R Roach, furnishing pauper 65 00 246 75 16 3Irs. Ermine Leach, services as poor house keeper Hobert Ingram, furnishing pauper Jib hn Grady, (colored) furnishing pauper JT justice ' 00 J M Willis services as justice 90 G W Pickett, sernices as justice Joseph Rosenbaum, services as justice -- 15 00 15 00 15 00 26 00 119 10 J -- K P Conover, fuel furnished to County officials, N Page, Drugs to prisoners The Bradley & Gilbert Co. Sheriff's tax books, ballots &c. W T Price, furnishing voting house HJ L Taylor, furnishing voting house R Tutt, furnishing voting house Cool Spring School District house iu C Nell, furnishing voting R M Cooper, services as jus18 00 tice N H Moss services in looking 85 00 after County roads 13 59 M Wolf ord, assessing Banks J Walker Bryant, Clerk Fiscal 15 00 Court 5 days Gordon Montgomery, cash 2 00 paid by him in suit Kentucky, Adair County, Set. I, Walker Bryant, Clerk of the Adair County Court, certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the list of claims allowed by the Fiscal Court of Adair County, Kentucky, at its regular April Trm, 1911. Witness my hand this May 2th, 1911 Walker Bryant Clerk, by L. O. Taylor, D. C. 2 75 Curby Denson, gone from county. Luther Dudley Dave Grant, deceased A H Green, deceased J G Hadley, gone from county J W H?rvey F H Holt R J Lavender, gone from county Finis Loyd Malum Loyd A R Morgan W O Murrell Cleveland McKinney Jim Piercy, gone to Penitentiary. J L Rogers, gone from county Elan Spoon, gone from county Robt Smith Silas Spoon, gone from county Sebastine Spoon G B Selby Simon Taylor M H Upton, gone from county WW Marvin Franklin E R Feese, gone from county G S Hood J M Moore Jr. Elihue McGaha J D Pennycuff, deceased Andrew Richards Jno M Rigney F T Smith, gone from county Mose Sneed G A Summer s' ; J E Stapleton L G Sneed Ulis Short J W Summer W E Taylor Henry Woldridge. BenvE Bow Henry- - Banker Alvin Bow - ' I live five miles from Somerset r t-.i i. in one oi ine Dest iarmmg sections in the county, and the best neighborhood, church and school house near, and I often think I would like for my children to go to such a teacher as S. have seen those initials before. to school Respt., B. Collins. In fact, I learned them when we O. B. V. were school boys together at -.- COLORED Jo Beauchamp, gone from county Lisle Bailey Harrison Bradshaw Shed Butler Waller Cooper Moore's school house. Our old S. B. Collins, who r, called the roll every evening for five successive terms, impressed many things on my mind that have been of great value to me. There are a number of men and women my age, who owe a debt of gratitude to S. B. Collins for school-teache- The above is appreciated, and rest assured that your account is in good shape since your remittance advances your paid time to November 1912: Ed. Public Sale, Wedding and Booze. Wheat . COLORED 0 95 5 00 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 00 2 00 2 50 Ben White Sam Wheat, gone from county. Jno. Cheatham Moses Dudley Finis Jones Dave Taylor Will Taylor Dave Willis, deceased Jno Frazier Sam Ferrill June Gilmore Wm Garnett Sam Ike Garnett W H Hunter Jo L Hunter Spur Johnson, deceased Mont R Murry Geo A Murray Geo J Page r A , -- ' W H Wheat Martin Walker huse, M JJ Shives furnishing voting house --John Young, furnishing voting house IK K Taylor, furnishing voting hcuse 3T M Wilson, furnishing vothouse ing Junius Holt furnishing voting house S C Harmon, furnishing voting Ziouse DELINQUENTS IN DISTRICT NO 4 WHITES OB Porter Walker DELINQUENTS IN DIST 7 WHITES Rubin Bohanon Branham, gone from county Wm. Coomer Sam Browning J W Qollins V L Dooley, gone from county J H England H B Garrison Jno Bailey, gone from county Lee Cunningham, gone from county Winfrey Franklin B E Grissora, gone from county W J McGaha DELINQUENT 3 00 3 00 2 00 LIST, ADAIR COUNTY. 1 DELINQUENT IN DISTRICT NO .'Sublett Bros, furnishing ing fcouse &oo!ey liro. furnishing ing house SSubank & Son, vot- 3 50 vot2 50 110 50 4 00 70 00 furnishing paupers IS T Sal lee, medical attention to pauper .Adair County News, furnish- 2 J Wilkerson,cuIvert lumber ,J B .'ones, furnishing pauper 35 coffin, M Hancock, medical attention to paupers, Slose & Willis, furnishing ing Election ballots Seorge E. Wilson, furnishing paupers 86 50 3 75 2 75 36 50 26 00 16 68 paupers "W C Yates, furnishing pau- pers .2 CGose, medical attention tCj paupers vWiimore & .Moss, furnishing paupers "Afelvin Petty furnishing paupers T B Combs.blasting material to roads ILuther Wilson, furnishing pauper iS P Miller, salary poor house and jail physician '.Tom Brown, Sheriff Casey Co arresting and delivering 20 00 120 75 26 00 2 50 9 50 50 00 prisoner 2 45 .3as. K Murrell paupers JParker Jackman, paupers furnishing 53 50 furnishing 12 50 iPeter Cheatham, furnishing 3 00 2 75 Dave Garvin, gone from county F M Harvey, gone from county E W Bottom Ed Hawkins, gone from county F L Bottom, gone f ro?n the county Jno W Barnett, gone from the county Chas. Jesse, gone from county Lapha Janes, gone from county L M Bennett C S Bottom Sanford Janes L P Janes, gone from county A T Bean, gone from the county Hayden Janes Jas. A Bottom J L Smith, gone from county Chas. H Carroll U G Combs, gone from the county Elbert Moneyham, gone from county Wiison Chatman T G McGinnis, gone from county W B T Chatman W L Reece, gone from county A C Cox J H Roach R N Dodson, gone from the county R O Stotts Uriah Garrett, gone from the county J W Stevens H E Giles G C Smith, gone from county L T Hovioiis Jno. Stotts Elick Holt, gone from county J M Williams, gone from county T W Hardin, gone from county Bill Williams. Chas. Hardwick, gone from county Jno. Whited H C Humphress, gone from the county Leslie Wilson R C Jones COLORED G W Jones Rubin Bridgewater Cal Jones Mack Hurt H C King, gone from county DELINQUENTS IN DISTRICT NO 5 T B Lay, gone from county WHITES B Perkins, gone from county. Aaron Beard, gone from county Jno. A Pelly Henry Compton H C Pike Ben E Lane, gone from connty W Propes J J L Matney C H Pendleton, deceased A A McAllister, gone from county H T Perkins T W Shirley B Perkins, gone from county F C D Slinker, gone from county J F Richardson Jno. Summers Tom Rich Jr. Will C Taylor C H Robertson, gone from county W R Wilson, gone from county Hath Rich S W Wilson, gone from county E R Richardson, gone from county Noah Wilson, deceased J W Sandusky, gone from county Will Warriner, gone from county J T Turner, gone from county Ruby Underwood COLORED R H Wise, gone from county R B Ingram Bert Warren, gone from county Taylor Rice, gone from county COLORED. Aaron Smith, gone from county J R White Henry L White WHITES DELINQUENTS IN DISTRICT NO 2 WHITES. ' SP Ovfrstreet L L Rounds, gone from county Bill Taylor T E Wilson. COLORED Sylvester Beauchamp Jim Duncan, gone from county Geo Gilmore Geo Hunter Jr Henry Hardin Tom Moss, gone from county. paupers iS M Baker, sharpening road UJapier .Adams, fees in case X ? vConover vs Adair '"County "W T Price cost In case J K P Conover vs Adair County took J pers Thomas Young, ;pauper.cofin C Hannan furnishing R N Anderson L H Aaron M V Burton, gone fromcounty 24 10 G W Burton, gone from county C S Bryant, gone from county 19 00 T J Bryant O pau- 130 56 furnishing J Bryant Bryant A P Bryant, gone from county G rfGoomer & Gowen, furnish- ;?nag paupers Steari -- Hindman, . repairing G office , Redman, furnishing pau- 3 00 M A Burton, gone from county O C Bryant, gone from the county 110 50 J M Cook, deceased , O C Dickerson 15 00 T G Fitch, gone from county pers Htassell& Hindman, medical attention to paupers C U Russell holding inquest ;fC'NeU, medical .attention A V pax gone from county Henson W Harris, gone from county 5 B L Harmon, gone from county 600 G W Harmon, gone from county 38 00 D R Helton, gone from county 58 50 G M 3-2- J E Floyd, ? , - - J sohn's wedding march was given cutter." Behind the school by one muley cow, 1 Jersey cow house from the home plate, was to be fresh in the spring carrying William Addams, Candidate for a very large brush pile, there is a boquet of flowers, wearing "a where S. B. Collins took his po- gown of 300 shocks of corn, 9 Governor, is a Bnsiness Man, sition, and there is where I put stacks of hay, 40 acres of wheat Discussed be Editor most of my three baggers and and a lot of other feed stuff. Hodgenville Herald. home runs. Collins would stand The groom is a young man of where he could see the home good character, stands well in sc (From Hodgenville Herald.) pigs and We are informed that Hop. William plate, and if he saw the ball ciety with 12 Berkshire Addams, candidate for the Democrat- start over the school house, he 6 Durocs while the bride 13 an acic nomanation for Governor, is a bus- would run and jump in that big complished and talented teacher iness man of undoubted integrity hon- brush pile to catch the ball, or of a splendid sheep,including one est upright in his business dealings, and that he is intellectually equipped to hunt for it if he missed it. If I ram with pedigree. cope with any problem that may Dre- - failed to make a home run, Fred Among the beautiful wedding in tue management. 01 miner seni iiseu knock a grass cutter and presents was a beautiful set public or private affairs. It has long would including 6 sets of been nroved that the honest man who brine me in. Fred and I held is capable of the successful manage- the bats the whole hour of play spoons,2sets of knives and forks, ment of his private affairs, is also capable of the successgul management of time, and neither of us were out one steam engine and thresher, public affairs. The habitual when he came to the school house one reaper and mower,one wheel office seeker and professional poland other door and called; "Come to; barrow, one itician is usually too much absorbed in promoting his own selfish affairs to give books," but he was too hot and articles too numerous to mention. the people that full measure of service tired to call very loud, for he had. The bridal couple left yester-don- e promised in his oath of office. Ken ' enough work in that brush j day for an extended honeymoon tucky needs a business man in the Gov ernor's chair at Frankfort for a few rie to clear an acre of ground, trio. Terms month. nine DELINQUENTS IN DISTRICT NO 6 ,, , years. There is a lot of work to be T "hnnVc WHITES J. wvu, ..V. J. ..,..W UUHwlJ . nll ho corrl alW .....w ."'V.U "-- " wliiVn done a lot of things to undo "Doing" F W Allen, gone grom county and undoing will keep a business gov- we took a peep at that brush pile. Mr. and Mrs. Jones will be at Ed Ayers, gone from county ernor busy all the time during his four He had put every twig to itself, home to their many friends in M L Ayers, gone from county years term of office. The Herald unJo Bryant, gone from county hesitatingly says that it believes he and it looked like broken up fine cosy home at the corner of WalBob Bryant will if nominated and elected, give tie enough to make a crow's nest. nut St- Col. L. B. Brady, AucS C Clark, gone from county . people of the State a wise, conservaI enjoy the letters from tioneer. Ex. E H Davis, gone from county tive and business administration and he Wm. Dix, gone from county will employ himself constantly in "do- Owensby, and Rowe's X Roads, 11 Startled The World. G. W. Grider, gone from county ing" and "undoing" for betterment of for that is getting close home. Golliah Huber, gone from county Kentucky. And other things Mr. Adwhen the aitoundins claims were first L D Johnson, gone from county Most every name is familiar. I made for Buckle's Arnica Salve but dams can win in November. O W Karnes, deceased had wondered just where Owens- forty years of wonderful cures have Mathew McDaniel, gone from the county The Bank of Rosemont Neb., by was, though I could almost proved them true, and everywhere it is CTMann was entered by robbers and the locate it by the persons mention- now known as the best sa ve on earte T O Moore, gone from county safe was blown after the third ed in letters from that place, so for Burns, Boils, Scalds, Sores, Cuts, C C Murrell, gone from county Bruises, Sprains, Swellings, Eczema, RBPike explosion. The robbers made about one year ago I met an old Chapped hands, Fever Sores and Piles. Chalmers Powell away with $1,500, girl friend and schoolmate of Onlo 25c at Paull Drug Co., Jno. T Robinson gone from county BUSINESS MAN. his faithful instructions, and the valuable lessons we learned from him as teacher of district No. 44, and his guiding hand as Superintendent of the Moore's school house Sunday School. He was strictly business in the school room, yet at "playtime," as we then called it, he would join the larger boys in a game of marbles or town ball, and he was good at both. Those initials, G. F. C. recall to my mind a game of town ball that G. F. C. and I got a deal of fun out of: On one sicle in this game was S. B. Collins and others, and on the other was G. F. C, myself and others, our side got the bat first, and soon all of our side were out except Fred and myself. Well I could knock a ball in most any direction that I wanted to, and as far as any boy in school, and Fred's favorite ball was a "grass The following is said to have been the production of a printer after having imbibed to a limited hydrant watdegree on boot-le- g er. He had been given the account of a wedding to set up with which he got mixed up with a sale bill as follows: Public Sale: William Q. Jones, the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Jones, was disposed of at public auction, to Miss Lucy Anderson on my farm one mile east of Leonardville, in the presence of seventy guests including the following to wit: seven mules, twelve head of cattle, Rev. Jackson tied the nuptial knot averag- - -ing 1,200 lbs. on foot. The beautiful home of the bride was tastily decorated with 1 John Deere Sulky plow, 1 sulky hay rake, 1 feed grinder, 1 set double harness and just before the ceremony was pronounced, Mendel- re . i i go-ca- rt , j " 1 O.N-- WW K - I I .i L' V ?!!. i ,-. .jti - . iS ti ; j- -. , X. V W 1HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Rows X 3 1 fit was in our midst last week. Miss Florence Ruberts is spendWolford, who ing this week with friende at Mrs. Martha J. has been confined to her bed for Columbia. several month and was a victim Misses Mattie and Fannie of a stroke of paralysis untill Evans visited relatives, at PleasApril 29thf the death angle came ant Grove last Saturday and and removed her spirit from her Sunday. Death of An Aged Lady. Roads. We put up William Wilborn's body. She leaves a companion, eight children living, forty five grand grand children and one great child to mourn her loss. She was 71 years two months three days old. Confessed christ at the age 23 Several from this place "attend way. ed the funeral and burial of Mr. We had the biggest rain last Ben Tupman last Saturday at j Saturday night and Sunday I the Tupman grave yard near Mt. think I ever saw. There r was Pleasant. much damage done. The loss on the river is great, in the way of saved Child Prom Death. "After our child had suffered from logs and Cedar post and polls. bronichal trouble years united with the Separate severe G. Richardson, offor a yar." Jim Oaks lost a whole raft of Richardson's wrote T. Baptist church I860 and lived a Mills, Ala., "we feared it had consump- cedars. Dr. Barger was here Sunday consistent the same untill 17 tion. It had a bad cough all the time. We tried many remidies without avail years ago she placed her mem- and doctor's medicine seemed as useless. night, he had bad luck. He lost speech at bership with the Christirn church Finally we tried Dr. King's New Discov- his big ery, and are pleased to say that one bot- .Jamestown arid his dinner. I at Rolley, where she lived a con- tle effected a complete cure, and our sistent member ever since. Many child is again stron and healthy." For hope that the Doctor will get colds, friends were present at the funer coughs, croup haarseness, lagrippe, over it in due time. and sore lungs, its the asthma, al to pay their last respect and most infallable remedy that's made. Brother Petry and wife, of love to sister Wolford. Services Price 50c and $1. 00 Trial bottle free. Kansas, City Mo., Sunday school by Paull Drug Co. Evangelist, will commence here were coducted by Rev. J. R. Guaranteed Program. at the Oak Grove church May Woodrum and her body was laid to rest in the Rolley cemeProgram of the musical Asso- 15th. Come and hear them. tery till the last trumpet of God Born, to of Beldon ciation to be held at Concord shall sound. Helm, a boy April 30th. I wish school house the Third Sunday in J. R. Woodrum. you could just see Bill. Its! j tombstone last Saturday. There was only three Soldieis there. You fellows that hates coffee coolers and Bounty jumpers won't have to hate them much longer they will soon be out of your Dudgeon. The consistent member until her iiiiillUlllllHlUtlllliiillliliill lllililIliilliiilli!!lillli':!i!!iU death, she leaves behind a husband two daughters, and a number of other friends and relatives to morn her loss. The furnal services were held at Carmel, conducted by the And we all must economize writer assisted by Rev. W. S. ' i3 l Money is :3 I igh interment took shortly after the f unernal 3 place g servi- get the lowest PRICES an any and Everything. by buying where we can V j i ' , ces i n the carmel Cemetery. Hers was a beautiful Christian life and while we are sad, yet we weep not as those who have no hope. WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KY. Her pastor. J. F. Black, Cane Valley Ky., KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. The Great Green River Merchandise Odd-Fello- w j3 Distributor Offers pure Hog Lard 50 lb Tins at $5.50 " Hogless Lard 50 lb Tins $4.49 Highest Grade Fancy Patent Flour 65c 241bs The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as far as reported, Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omis- sions or correction ot dates: Versailles, Auguest 2 3 days. Lexington, August days. days. Uniontown, August Vanceburg, August 9 days. Lawrenceburg, August 154 days. Leitchfield, August 154 days. Burkesville, August 15 4 days. Broahead, August 163 days. Fern Creek, August, 16 4 days. aays, usi uwijmnia, Shepherdsville, August 224 days London, August 224 days. bag " Second Patent Flour, $5.00 per Bbl. 55c 241bs bag $4.49 per Bbl. 76 85 Lartd anp Flour botne Guaranteed to give satisfaction. If No the--wif- e ( not exactly as represented, we invite you to return. charge for what it takes to try. ! Wire and Wire Fence 10 Bars 47 in Standard 2Sc bars 38 in. Stardard 25c " " 181c 7 bars 26 in 8 " 32 in. 2&c Barbed Wire, Arrow Brand, $1.65 Spool of 80 rods. Barbed Wire, Gliddens Brand $2.50 Spool of 80 rods. Wire and Wire products have advanced fully ten per cent, but we offer at same prices as made before any advance. 9 May, beginning 1. at 8:30 a. m. Owensby. song led by Anderson Mur-re- l. grand father Bill Cook, just step-- 1 ping around saying, honey don't ' - f cry. weather is fine at this 2. House called to by order Erlanger, August 23 4days. Bill Cook has got a good Pea-- ; writing farmers are planting Germantown, August 243 days. Chairman. cock colt. It is just a dandy. corn in our neighborhood. Nicholasville, August 293 days. 3. Devotional exercies, I. M. Dr. Tom Jones was in these Somerset, August 293 days. Mrs. Joe Clayton is not im- ' Grimsley. Fertilizers Bardstown, August 30 4 days. parts last week doing dental Monticello, September 54 days. proving very much. 10-- 2 4. Song led by Rucker P. Grimat $1.05 corn or tobacco at 90c for Corn work. Tom is still able to grunt Alexandria, September 55 days. The Sunday School at this sley. at $1.30 for Tobacco. Mount Olivet, September 5 4 days. yet. place is progressing nicely with Hodgenville, September 53 days. Write for prices, any analysis you need. 5. Welcome address, W. F,: Sanders, September 64 days. Oliver Hadley, George and large attendance. Neat. Kentucky StateFair Louisville, SepDisc Harrows at following Bargain Prices Willie Cook, have just got back tember Mrs. Lillie Edwards, Misses 116 10 Discs 16 in. at $18.00 6. Response, Frank Hughes, 8 Discs 16 in. at $17.00 from the river and report a big Cave, September 20 1 days. Ella Helm, Eula Holt, Olga and " " " ' $19.50 8 " 18 " 12 $19.00 7. Solo, Ida E. Bryant. river and much damage. A big Mayfield, September 274 days. Saliie Lawless went to see the ' " "" " 12 10 18 $21.50 $20.50 3 8. Reading the minutes of the j loss to the timber men and big river Tuesday. Craycraft. Other sizes at same proportion previous meetings. many land slids in the river hills. Coffey and Mr. and Mr. Sam Cultivators 9. Quartette, Pearl Combest, little grandson visited at W. J. The farmers of this neighbor- - :25 Medical Program. Two Horse Walking $15.50 and $16.00 Rucker P. Grimsley, Wonnie; LawJes' one day last week. hood have commenced planting! Grimsley, John Burton. Two Horse Riding $25.00 and $27.00 ' Irene and Vernon Mor.ison are'! The Adair County Medical Society corn. Our Cultivators are the best made All Equipnlinj.' will meet in Columbia, on Friday May 10. visiting their grandparents Mr. ' pnnnrvl Music and the .LVjJO ?! liCtl lillV iUWaJN ped with 8 points 4 shovels and 4 Bull Tongues. i t. i i rriaay .1 uioi,u3ccu htr mrh n m. iun, iyii zna n ! ac iu o ciock, at auuui rtipmiecAn ujr v.cjju XKTm t and Mrs. W. J. Lawles. community. r:i, LC this Five tooth Cultivators with lever $2.2o llil.lt JXll.Cllll Will k Bradshaw, Rev. Joseph Pierce. imMu bllG 1VUUIT1U -- . Long visited rendered: Mrs. Mary Jane Mr. Lum Dixon's baby was " " $3.10 " Fourteen tooth 11. Song No 11, by class. her daughter Mrs, M. L. Owens . - TTiii. tt t iay-- ! buried last Tuesdav. Black Hawk Corn Planters, Check Rowers $34.00 2 horse n1tyDK?aruoinea,u'' u' 12. Music and the public school' last Thursday. TVT. Po mn lor. " Drills One horse with Fertilizer $11.50 nihinnn' E ' diSCUSSed by J. F. Turner, P. M. Reciprosity between the States, C. ' 41 J ., Mrs. Bell Lawles spent the, . -plain $9.50 his saw mill to the Walker Bryant ' j The Medical defense fund, Simpson set. ' '' night with her son Listen last We belong to no retailers combine. We make the Price sz: . Gnmsley and W. F. Neat. ,.,si G ad iu Thursday night. ..W,WWW WWW i A.Ai.. r Is Consumption Contagious? Edmond ARE YOU WITH US. E V1S a- - Bryant ana - uaez Our prayer meeting is gtting birthday last 1:3 Arthur Waggener, Columbia, jbrated her 67th Correspondence Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. wonnie L. Grimsley. , t, along fine. Is Consumption curable? W. F. Tuesday. Columbia. Mr?. Valeria Grider and Miss! 14- - What is music, discussed by Is Consumption Hereditary? John H. The ordination of Bro. Luther m!?tn!n?Hfflin!n!ninn!!n!!!!?H!!iH!l!n!ffl!H?Siffl!l!mfs Idell Simms made a flying trip L M- - Grimsley, A. G. Hill and Grady, Columbia. Young at Shiloh churh last Sun- Is Antitoxin a Success? S. A. Taylor, to Russell Springs last Saturday. Wm- - StaPP- day by Elds. F, J. Barger, Tobias Mrs. Cordie Overstreet is on Watson. 15. Quartette, P. wQ Rucker have a full attendance. Huffaker and Z. T. Williams was the sick list. Edith. Grimsley, Pearl Combest, Cortez and have new life put into our society ' Let every body attend, and make a a beautiful and grand affair.. Air. ana Mrs. ii. u. vvatsoi i? i mi Bryant, Ida Kimble. una ine iIieailli ox i.u: cuiuuiuxnijr ' and little aon, Carl were visiting; full hand. Remember the date. We are glad to have the honor U. L. Taylor, Program Committee. is not very good at present. 16. How key a piece of music, Several from this place were the formers parents, Mr. ami of the next musical association at A. G. Hill, Rucker P. Grimsley, Mr. E. B. Watson is quite sick Mrg K R Watson last Sunday. in Columbia last Monday. Concord.on the 3rd Sunday in Mrs. Bettie J. Corbin. with lagrippe at this writing. Green 'river was higher last George Blair, W. C. Bryant. The farmers m these parts are? May. S. H. Jones, of Holmes, is verx bugy making reaay for conr Mr. week than it has been for several 17. Duet, Olive Leach, Rosa Mr. J. O. Polley is able to be dangerously ill with commplica- God in His infinite wisdom has pianting, some have all ready years. Combest. tion of diseases. permitted the death Angel t o on the mail route again. planted. 18. Transposition by sharps, Miss Vister Royse of Garlin, Mrs. Kent Bryanffell down a visit one of NDur homes in the J. J. Humphress and son, Rev. W. S. Dudgeon filled thar spent last week with her aunt,vj George Blair, by Flats, Anderson Sunday after- James were visiting Mr. Hum- pulpit at Plumpoint church tjie Carmel'community and. claimed flight of stairs last Murrell. Miss Fannie Evans. for his own, on of noblest spirits. noon bruising her head very bad- - phress' parents at this place last third Sunday for the last time as 19. Solo, Curtis McGaha. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones have his time is out at that place, The subject o f this notice, ly. been visiting relatives at Pelly- 20. Solo. Tavlor Sullivan. Mr. Nell Rainwater, of Taylor Mrs. Bettie J. Corbin, (nee DudThe Sunday school at Concord A Call for Convention visiting his grandton. 21. Value of music in everyday geon ) wife of M. E. Corbin was is progressing fine. and the inter- county, was parents last Saturday night and Miss Ermine White of Neats- - life discussed, I. M. Grimsley, A. born June 5th 1877; died April 24 est increasing. Sunday. Pursuant to an order of the ArfcnV burg, died April the 27th. and q. Hill, W. F. Neat and Frank 1911. Mr. S. I. Blair is the owner of Wil- - County Republican Committee at a Mr. Guy Weatherford, of was buried at Tabernacle, near Hughes. Her death was not unexpected a fine mare colt. sons creek, was visiting his cous ing which wad held in the office of the this place. 22. Quartette, D. M. Moore, as she had been a sufferer of that ins Finis and Lawrence Bault, Master Commissioner, in the Court President Taft opened the lsst Sunday. Mr.Buel Hendrickson of TuberculHouse, in Columbia, Ky., on Saturday, Sam Walkup, Sam Royse and L. awful wasting disease, May 6, 191 1. The republican voters of third National Peace Congress in and E. Reynolds. visited friends osis', for about a year. Mr. Lawrence Bault, this place scores of eminent cit- was visiting Messrs. Ewing and Adair County are requested to meet in g relatives in this community last and ready to Baltimore She 23. Song by Pleasant View mass convention in each of the different week. succome to death when the sum- izens of this and other countries Alvin Humphress Wednesday. class, ledby I. M. Grimsley. precincts on Saturday, June 24th, at 2 being present. mons came. Miss Mary E! Bault, of the o'clock p. m., to select delegates to atMiss Annie Campbell was the 24. Song by Concord class, No Carmel neighborhood, is visiting tend a delegated convention to be held" Her life was a transparent one pleasant guest of Mrs. Julia 107, in perfect Praise. House in Do Ghosts Haunts Swamps? her parents Mr. and Mrs J. W. in the Court June 26th,Columbia, Ky. ,. She was a possesor of those in Mings last Wednesday. on Monday, 1911, for ther Benediction. No, Never. Its foolish to fear a fan- Bault. purpose of nominating a Repuplicarx conherent qualities, requisite to Mrs Sarah Miller who has been cied evil, when tKSre are real and deadV. T. Bryant, Humphress candidate to be voted for at the regular Mrs. Johnson stitute noblest womanhood. visiting at Neatsburg for sone j Committee ly perils to guard against in swamps spent last Wednesday with her- - November election, 1911, to represent Leach, Howard As a wife she was most com- and marshes, bayous, and lowlands. Adair and Cumberland Counties, comJohn Combest has returned home. time posing this 37th legislative district of are the malaria germs that cause parents near Christies' store. panionable as a mother she was These weakness, aches and Williams made a Mr. Charlie James Wood son of a promi- most tender and sympathetic, as ague, chills and fever, and may induce Misses Lou Ella and Alice Kentucky in the next General Aaasaibly muscles of Kentucky. in the bones flying trip to Campbellsville nent Morris (111.) family was ar- a neighbor she was not excelled deadly typhoid. But Electric Bitters Bault and Dellie and Maudie Each precidct will be entitled to oneAllison, of Holmes, were visitfng rested while taking away a and as a Christian her life was destroys and casts out these vicious Miss Lettie Feese this place last delegate for each 50 republican' votes or last Saturday. germs from the blood. "Three bottles fraction ever 25, to be based on the Mr. J. W. White was the' package which had been placed spotless. She professed religion drove all the malaria from my system," Sunday. vote cast at the last presidential election. Piease remember the date g7x sister Mrs. Minnie as a decoy in answer to a letter in early girlhood and' united wrote Wm. Fretwell, of Lucama,N. C., guest of his Mr. Johnson Humphress made the hour 2 o'clock p. "and I've had demanding $1000 from Oscar with the M. E. Church South , at Use this safe, fine health ever since." Harmon last Friday. sure remedy only.. 50c at a business trip to .Columbia last 9th day of May 1911. Collins Carmel and in which she lived Paull Drug Co. v w. A. . Coffey Chaii Tuesday. George Staples of Columbia The I j 1-8- -2 2-8- -4 , days-Hors- e ! I ! ! -- u ; - CkL Vi W ,- iis. t , '- ii-.- .. -j -- L ; , ,... i-- i. , if , i ' ! . v T- T- -i i-- k i 1 j j XlJ . Cart-wrigh- ! i j fnnf-nclia- i ! ul i . ,; - . ; i ... . J . ; i I j i ! i . j j j i Camp-bellsvil- le was-willin- -- -- - p- zi ! - m-T- .' his . - -- Si V r sS I "K r THE I ! ADAIR COUNTY THE ADAIR COUNTY KEWS HEWSishakinghandswiththeRepubli" cans m cms town monaay. iy.t. Parrish is from Woodford county Published Every Wednesday - - BYiTHE wmmssm mmsmsmmm m mmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmm i - and a'polished gentleman. at the ond class mallfroatter. SSfr The Court of Appeals $ ( Incorporated.) lowing the judgment of the EDITOR. court in the Wendling case, ano .at; CHAS. S. HARRIS the man charged with the murnewspaper devoted to tlie InDemocratic der of little Alma Kellner, will terest of the City of Columbia and the people f Adair and adjacent counties. have to spend the remainder of his life in the penitentiary. as secColumbia Entered Post-ofllce Adair CoimtviNewsCompanVc Gov. Woodrow Wilson, of New The McCormack Binder has an excellent reputation because it has done splendid work for so many years in all countries of the world -- 'X WED. A TAY. 17. Winning Man. 11)11,1 Jersey, I spoke at Los Angeles, Saturday night. His theme was for good government and 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. lsS s ' against the tariff. j Judge James Garnett, Demo-- , cratic candidate for Attorney Meridian, an eastern horse won General, was fmingling with the Derby last Saturday. Fortv friends here.? court day. He is thousand people' witnessed the one of thefcfinest'and most gifted race. men in the'state'and his nomina tion would fmean much- to his IRON FENCE CHEAPER THAU WOOD party, butit is! hardly necessary for him to canvass this county because every Democrat in it is j - Hardware Sole Agents for Adair County H rs &fJf o rf S) 535 Columbia, Kentucky. i er?vf for him. TheHarrodsburg .,- -' ife 'n ' MJTI Si , l Wi yOSS U 00 MOB Hon. James Garnett of Adair countyfcwasin Jtown last Satur--1 day in the interest of his candidacy for the democratic nomina- -' tion for'Attorney General. Garnett alreadyHlhad many, friends here but made a number of new ones whilechere last week. He is one of the best lawyers in the state and" will very likely win the nomination. He will make a strongfmanEfon the ticket as he is very'o popular in his home countyfand district and will car- ry both'by af good majority. The democratic party needs such men as Mr. Garnett'on the ticket this fall and theyg are sure to win. Lancaster Record. MANUFACTURCD BY The Stewart iron Works Company CINCINNATI, OHIO "Whoso Fence received the Highest Award, "Cold Medal," worm's i In the purchase of a Hay'Rake 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. "'""" to I io &Z ScH j Fair, St. Louis, 1904. The most economical fence you can "buy. Price lesd than a respectable wood fence, wny not replace your oiu one now, with aneat, attractive IUON FEME, Orcr 100 designs of Iron Fence, Iron Flower ywt, Settees, etc, cddwd in ourcamioguea. j ! "LAST A LIFETIME." CALL, Law l'rices mu burpnso iuu, A'D SEE US, S. P EubankEHa. Columbia, Ky. - iisiitiiiMJMiiM m mmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmm guest of Lida Grant Sunday. Wallace Beard wss at Columbia on business on day last week. Rev. Nelson will fill his regular appointment at this place next Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Clint Greer was visiting at Roley several days of lasti . -- Jamesf Garnett. of.r Adair coun- week. at- ty, Democratic candidate for There is tho ught to be plenty torney"general, isrmaking an acStands for everything that is best in paint. of fruit in this section. The 'pigments used are properly proportioned tive canvass?for the nomination. and thoroughly compounded. Obituary. He is one!" of the best known young Democrats: in the state, The angels of death visited STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE He "has been fighting Democratic Z. T. the home of Mr. and Mrs. battles forbears, andlfrequently Wade and claimed for its own PP&3S "HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT is Made to ear" ne been mentioned for party honors, their little daughter, Bettie May. ' but always gavel way to some Mr. G.&F. Pike is very sick at She was born January the 31th, FOR GALE BY other , good? Democrat in the this writing. 1911, and died May the 4th, 1911. THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE Eleven thT district, and went to, Mr. G. W. Rubarts and wife .She leaves one sister, one broth-wor- k iixi;cim?ca in his friend's behalf. The were visiting near Ella last Sun-- , er and a host of friends to mourn Democratsof the Eleventh, I: day. 'her loss. McGaha. hear, arefrpractically united on We extend syn pathy to the Goodin Our singing at the his candidacy, and ask that he school house is setting a long bereaved family and would say Farmers are redrilling their 7I TN vi 7 LOUISVILLE SHOPP ' to them weep not for this child corn that was planted before the IN be givenfthe'nomination, which gne 71s T?inA Ts. n.fll.LI. io ao their shopping at our store. We know NL ...m hard rain, now lookslikea sure thing. Mr. iiiuutduie detective visited win waifc for them on the other The post-0fflyou will also find it profitable Tin if you do your shopping at our Nl The people of Pleasant View w Garnettrmarried.iMiss Lena Var- - fche EUa posfc office Iast Wednes. shore where partings comes no store, in person or by mail ss community have appointed ,next 7K 25c FOULARD deman, daughter of Rev. Varde-- ! day. more. IN MEN'S SILK l Tis hard to bretk the tender cords Sunday to organize a Sunday IN 15 c man, who was at one time pas- Tin Miss Bettie Byrant and Lizzie SOCKS 25c $17. SUITS $11.95 When love has bound the heart, in Mercerized School. tor of Mt'.! Pleasant Baptist Men's Pure Silk 7lN Foulards, handAbrell were the pleasant guest Tis hard, so hard to speak the word y church, at ;Keene, and is pleas We must forever part. These are exceptionally Socks, black IN A great many of this commun- IN some styles, of Miss Emma Hardwick last! and colors; 39c 7 antly remembered in that neighWe ought not to weep for ity are expecting to attend the 7K 25c quality at handsome suits at the price. quality 25c. if 15c borhood. Nicholesville Journal. They are mad from pure 7i Nl Jesus says, suffer little .children Musical Association to be held at NIX PERCALE PURE WOOL 7K Mrs. Martha Abrell was to see 7fN wool fabrics and well tailored. to come unto me for of such as Concord. WRAPPERS SERGE 49c Jx k: There will be a Democratic her sick mother, Mrs. Margaret . JN 95c We show this line in black P u r e W 0 o S Kingdom of Heaven. We the Mr. Hobson has located a conventionlheldj-iLouiville June Williams last Saturday. Ladies Percale French Serge, M on that planer just above Mr. Frank &. Wrappers jmustall try to meet her cut and colors, in French Serge, oiacK ana coi- - m IN 14, to nominate a 'candidate for n b. Dillingham made a flying blissful shore where sad partings Burton's store. full, neatly Storm Serge, English Worstors; a great val- 7K IN 7K- Railroad Commissioner, for the! trip to Russell county one day special eds, Fancy Mixtures, etc. ue at 49c ML made: comes no more and there well join Nl Mr. Frank Bnrton has suppli95c 2nd district. There are thirty- - iast week. 7F s glad hands and dwell together ed the girls of this country with ?K LADIES SILK Many Suits elsewhere at $17. 50 TABLE DAtwo counties in the district, t i MASK 39 NI 7K are no better. As a special HOSE 35 ever more. weaiMJUig. IN hats and has some left over. Bleached Table Nt Adair being one of the number. 71n Ladies' Pure bargain we offer them at Damask, a IN Mr. Willie Burton is chirman Committee Silk Hose, with On Monday the 12th of June Md We are having pretty days now lisle top 50c $11.95. of the singing society at Pleasa mass convention and farmers are busy planting there willbe , ...- - - st-Nl quality 35c special at 39c. Ski 7lN court-housCo- - corn. ant View and Miss Patra Bailey in held at the IN 71n is Secretary. IN lumbia, to select delegates to at-- 1 Born, to the wife of Mr. Irvin v GATHOF'S, - Louisville, Kentucky. 7T tN Miss Dennie U, Qrimsley has SAC tend ,said district convention. Burton, on the 7th a girl. 7K Eighth and Market been selected as one of four t o X Adair will bejentitled to 7 votes. Mr. J. E. Beard and family, 4 t viy visiting at Mr. 'Eunice, were represent the history clas3 for NJMl ts Sl W JIN J JN IN IN VVl in 7l ivTlsTK 7K Jas Buckner and Jessie Snith, Jonnie Beard Saturday night and Mun a commencement exercises at dovro the throat ci n eapey" the two negros who murdered Sunday. College. She was advanced his recovery is doubtful. chicken "destroys the worms )tnnkAu ' and saves the chick's life. A the town Marshal of Lebanon.! Sunday School at this place is Mrs. Martha Burton who has fewrops In tho drfnkingr watct to the Harmonica class. Minter Burton bought were given crisis iast aararaay progressing nicely. CURES and, Grlmsley oppened been sick for sometime seems to from Bram McGah Rev, L-l:o cuckner was and Monday, fLffiiSzrPREVENTS GAPES Mias Vister Rovse Columbia. tinn$50 View oliurch be improved. mekz.,, WhltB diarrhoea, roan, cholera a school at Pleasant iven the, death penalty an d "foot and other Chick diseases." Fntnlc Fk:i Ul Misees M?.t and Fan-- ; to fev. John Ric the first. Monday in prcarhsd a Smlfehlyt, Buckrtsr "isa nie Evans a'Tfew days of Jast1 Qfr,. One GOc Eflottle of continue eight months many of veyry interesting sermond n r native of Adair " weak. ' Lii&1 nirouitryVure- tile leading families of the com- Pleasant View last Sunday. Mi d & ;: Mr, Cha. W. Parrish. candi- - ' .Wheat is ,rlopking fine mchis munity haw subscribed to its - The first Sunday in the month, riMv sawir Mahes 12 Gollo: o StidAcjlnc H, - .TU. , i ' J Evjcry poultry raiser ehould. iecp a bottlo cl y' dmig .for the RerMJyiean swia-v- ; is. the regular day for preaching- antseton ths Vatie&tme Brvant ,support., ' thia rncdiclno on hand. Write forlree sampler ' ' ' Tra Erns is very low with fever, at Pleasant View L III Grimsley place. ' j Salhe Burtoms the! egubsqn mtffeMPAWi Ltxisgtof, Hfe !WPor J.JJiS iXX.31 f )i& x , kiht There is fine prospects for fruit this year. Mr. J. B. Rasner, who has 'been sick for some time is better at this writing. Mrs. Margret Williams is very low at this. writing. Mr. Oscar Sinclair from Pelly- ton' Passed through hereoneday last wetJK. en ruuie iul (juiumuia. Miss Emma Hardwick and Mr. Bennie Pendleton, were happily married last Sunday at Mr. Gather Shepherd in Russell Co. We wish them a lonS ana haPPy j MR. PROPERTY OWNER-St- op! Consider! Why not use the best possible when YOU pay the bill? Hanna' reen if A iRfel lif www im v j , ' i ; ;- - ce i , v' i ! 1 ' j KKones , j e, j : t , j ! f' W- giaMP ONE DBOP iKiKiKNVJVjVJLJVNtxlWT Be-re- - . waU'-vigite- this-mont- h Cc-unt- -- 5 - te:WGltasUw, ;v,t j I JtIvX mKBB A, JigtJfcCfiL f!T:JWBB W? BBnr jw ' i-i tSi. o .lf w. ': I' W "J 2 k- -- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS &&&&$&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& l $$$$&$$$$$$$$&sm& x i3P flriB rKril 1 wXv k w .i 1 5 tjr W '' C& t PiUPt a s 15 3S B fnk ?2 SSI l ? v We are making Great Reductions on our Men and Boys Clothing, Hats and Shirts, and all Gents 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 all kind, we will sell as Low as the Lowest. We will give Absolutely Free with each $25.00 Purchase, a nice Cobler seat Rocker. v ! " in affeson p PERSONAL . - jexA-A-- &&Q&&Qtt&&&&&&&&'&& 1I 4 11 1 V Columbia f Kentucky nil TniTinilTIIII-illl-lll- Y J N G. P. SMYTHE for III i e-- e44"04 &9() --- 4 - . - Tk 1 Mr. L. R. Chelf, Knifley, was here Monday. Mr. T. W. Taylor, Campbellsville, was here Monday. Hon. M. Rey Yarberry is at home for FIRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE 3 a few days. Mr. W. R. Hoskins, Campbellsville, was here Sunday. Judge J. 0. Carter came in early Monday morning. Mr. A. A. Huddleston is here, looking after evil doers. Mr. W. B. Patteson returned to New Hope Mr. J, A. Glidewell was here from Creelsboro Monday. Mr. A. C. Loy, of Olga, met his to-da- y. l spending a day or two with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pelley. Mrs. A. H. Holt and her daughter. Mrs. Stevens, o f Jamestown, wero here to witness the Field Day exercises. Mrs. W. L. Welcher, sister of Rev. J. R. Crawford, and her daughter, Miss Annette Welcher, Knoxville, Tenn., are visiting in Columbia. k rfarmers T v -- iKj I Judge H. H. Dunbar, Mr. Clay Sulli- - J XT It van, Jauer 01 Kusseu county, ana jn. B. Falkenburg, Circuit clerli, of Rusfriends here last Monday. sell, were here the first of the week. 5 Mr. Horace Massie, Taylor county, Misses Pearl and Bertha Breeding, was here the first day of court. who have been teaching at Winder, Mr. Saltsman, the fertilizer man was Ga , returned home a few days ago. mixing with the farmers Monday. There many friends were glad to see Mr. W. E. Bradshaw spent a day or them. two of last week in Louisville. Mr C. W. Alexander, cashier of Bank of Cumberland, Burksville, came up last Mr. J. E. Morgan. Burkesville, was s Thursday and on Friday accompanied his i! here at the opening of Circuit court. daughter, Mrs. Allen, who visited Mrs. G9J Mrs. Wm. Coleman, of Lebanon, is ? John Lee Walker, home. visiting Mrs. R. H. Price this week. v isa Mr. J. W. Richards writes from ill Creelsboro, v. as SSI Mr. Luther Potts, Kansas that his wife's mental condihere at the opening of court. tion has improved, but her general Mr. J. L. Miller, Creelsboro, was health is failing. "She has not taken i wjtt here on business, last week. any solid food for 20 days. 1 I Who have used the Genuine Brown Cultivator will buy no other JL JL J - Calf on I war They will supply your wants OdOHWO-'tlim t it', Is m !i n ' hmu J) m n J! S Mr. U. S. Howard, of London, is spending a few days in Columbia. Miss Florance Rubarts spent week, visiting friends in Columbia. last Mr, E. B. McLean, well known trav-lin- g man was in Columbia last week. Mm. Ann Pierce, who lived near Esto, He is very much interested in the died last Saturday night and was buried - - ffTTfm-- i i--n -- -g -- - 1 FOR ADDAMS. Jack Moody, representing the Perkins cigar, spent last week in section. Mr. W. V. Hovious, of Holmes, called at the News office a few days ago.N Mrs. W. T. Ottley and little son, John, have returned from Burkesville. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Davidson are visiting Mrs, Davidson's parents, Liber- ty. Misses Mattie and Fannie Evans paid The News Office a pleasant visit Monday. Mr. W. D. King arrived Saturday and will be with his friends several coming Democratic State primary and believes that the ticket nominated will be elected, Mr. John W. Flowers and Miss Mat- tie L. Eliott; Mr. Fred Hill and Miss Ethel Iiee Hatcher; Mr. Geo. Montgomery and Miss Louise MacGavock visited the Griffin Springs last Sunday afternoon. Kinnard, Miss Gertie Miss Vera Kinnard, Red Lick; Misses May Bell Loyee Bell, Messrs Perry Bushong, Charley Hughes, Geo. Bridgewater, Harry Kinnard, Trib Leftwich and Jim Hamilton, of Edmonton were here Sat-day. Sunday. She was about 80 years old, a victim of cancer. soldiers are cordially invited to attent decoration day at Carmel church, May 30. AH Editor of the Leitchfield Gazette Comes Cur for Addams for Governor. (From Leitchfield Gazente.) There are two aspirants for for the nomination for Governor. What ought men who have the welfare of their party at heart to do as between there two men? It seems to be conceded that they are both good men and that either one would make a good Governor. Which one of these men will make the stronger race before the people next November? Let us be candid with each other. It is a fact recognized all over the State that it is very doubtful whether Mr. McCreary can be elected. Ycu may inquire from almost any part i of the State and you will hear of large numbers of Democrats who are swear- i ing they will not vote for him. By no means is this opposition connned to Catholics alone but is found among all others. Then, the Republicans are evidently of the opinion that McCreary is is going to get the nomination and that they can beat him. No other explanation can be riade of the fact that so many Republicansare seeking the gubernatorial nomination at the hands of that party, a nomination which has usually gone begging in this State. They see at least a fine chance to be elected. If the head of the Democrat ic ticket is defeated it is likely the entire ticket will be Why should we jeopardize the ticket next fall in the interest of any man? Why should we even put the ticket in the least danger? Can anybody give a good reason for such a courser xjae pojmcai trend is toward the Democratic party all over the country. Anj body wie may nom inate,, ho i$ rcve.pfcable to the majors ity of the Democrats, can bo eleeted BARGAIN S! BARGAINS! My I f We have something- - to give (free) with each lawn mower. Investigate Reed Hardware Co. Nannie Pierce, a 12 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Jeff Pierce, died in the White Oak country last Sunday. I" ' Entire Stock of Ladies a0d less Childrens Slippers at 2$ than regular price. ..'.''' '. ".. "l days. n Miss CWnra Wilson nnp of Columbia': worthv vounsr ladies, who has been Mrs. Charley Browning was in Louis confined to her room for the last two ville last week to have her eyes treat months is not improving as fast aa her ed. many friends would like. It is hoped Mrs. B. E. Rowe and Miss Clara i that the settled weather of Summer ' I Stotts were shopping in Louisville last will bring her some relief. week, S, F. White and little son, Ken- Mrs. Messrs. Ernest and Ray Flowers are nith left for Bardentown, Fla., this in the Blue Grass section of Kentucky, morning, carrying the test wishes of every body in Coluratia. Mrs. White on business. A. J. Dulworth Camp is a most excellent lady and will be grea- Mr. and Mrs. Knox, were shopping in Columbia last ly missed. It goes without saying that Kenneth's little playmates will keenly Thursday. feel his abscence Mr White who located Misses Estell Jones and Rosie M.. at the above named place two month Conoverwere hare from Montpalier ago, wnte3 that he is delighted with last Thursday. the climate and country. Miss Laura Herriford, of Cane Valley spent several days of last week with 1 will grind corn at my mill every friends in Columbia. Saturday. I will also sell shingles, and Mr. and Mrs. G. RReed spent a day have plenty now for the market, either or two of last week in Louisville, Mr. i oak or chestnut. Reed "buying goods. E. A. McKinley 12 3m Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Campbell and their Jittle son visited Mr. and Mrs. R. We have all kinds of lawn mowe rs MossT the first of the week. Reed R from the cheapest to th? bes Hr. W. S Knirnt, Jamestown, r4 Hardware Co.I - On f Special Prices Carpets and Mattings h 1 K t. rts Is jgfflfe ultv.'T a sa i' .m t xa vi a v m i ei mm .. ohih;i a n . 53 M Eggs Bring in your Eggs and I will pay you market price in CASH or one cent more per dozen in Merchandise. i S i Correct and Artistic Decoration at r eSSsHfT' Moderate Cost. S? m ' ft&gm 1 li ra A w " r- -i m Wall Papers 1. WS&i foSChfiH iitniy dumii tuiuudHy- - HENRY INGRAM Campbellsville. Slreer, .in Wholesale Bldft. New York Chicago For the Season of Ninp- - Columbia, Kentucky, r&iiL &fW sar,-.- ? teen-eleve- n represent the best the World affords i!??'5EeS' Q ra R. $M V -- fei'v?. Sample books shown at yonr resi- dence and most attractive prices named. There Is no obligation to pttrchase. v. w .uu.v.a " will receive immediate attention. !... ' 31 .lumblaf Ky. teni rJr . , Seok itecently scld he-- 1 f itTwn. HM--Iiw41 l ?.4 .&ak npar uzars, to a gectio. - t,, "t T . .ti7w rnrfitntirer f.Vi i form, lying - v, t- " aii -- f STf-l- fm1lna- f r r ." IVM). -? UiJizw Works, Science nil), V .unauia last Thursday. Ky Get a lawn mower of your our sfo-- k in town t '1, wife srd cfcM-- 1 have the V I r Cabb. Hardware O. er, ct Iwirtb. Mo, a iormer cin from. Reed Pai-niei5-5 in this neighborhood zeq1 of 's county, is visitingr relatives will trot aimiU in 2 t&rfe gating' a &reat TUSh on. corn Baron Rythmic io Adjr. ;- V ' !iM,hW kir pk. this season. . Mrs E. h F3335, of Somerset, s 3 i exercises at Ltdy-Wil-so- a. 4 Mye. .Ellie. i ... 1 ....- T "" - --- la-g- 2ft anything to jay Williftim Addams.IIe does Jiot belong to anyif action. lie haa inade no enemies. Ite is An the prime every of life There is Democra"t ih the. State would not vote Nooody Govnrf Kentucky -. seems to nave . agajrst Hon. k. next-3Tuvcnibe- r, 1 . . 4 Do Ghosts Haunts Swamps'? for him. His nominaeion assures the success of the Democratic ticket. No, Never- - It& foolish Here are two horses entered for a cied evil, when there are to fear a fanreal face, one of them has three lame legs ly penis to guard against and deadin swamL3. and the other one is as sound as a do! As a wise man on which One and marshrs, bayous, aad fowls nrfe. lar These are the malaria grms that c uao i AVlVo . wuuiu y uu w. . . ih -. ltltc CBf -"" --"" f itc , mnlu. is the duty 01 toe uemoeraEs to rr.fss, t . It in the bones ao inaecies and may as their wtodwlat f at Govc-inominate ve nor the man tfho can rrake the strong. deatLv tphoid. I.ut electro F,t. ei3 ioia-aeetroys to cut tfaes v l0t i , t race. JJT31j:i3 IRU 4I.TS UiVlAJ. XTTCG ' t The editor of tms paper nas rounog drove o I tlu mi'aria ie teofc wrote w :cj 7" irittH. t LoeAP4irf..m "mid I've frH fc -c ever-- . siW. ,?j in "Kentucky. Why put it in the. dQubT:- - Use tli7 sfe, h . TC , Ty ooRr. 5&2 ' i f ul column when wo caiTso easily placet Paull-Drui Co. It where there willjoeno doubt. j.. .M-...- I r "iV- -' v , i .rx :" w."l z ftn tl J li a.' g : "VI . THE ADAlh COUNTY NEWS Denmark. Attention! H We Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill Stock ready for use. A large assortment of Windows, Doors, Roofing, Colonial Columns. any part or all the Wood, any grade desired, that is needed for Building or Repair work. It will be to your In fact we can furnish Interest to inspect our Stock and Mr. Ed Helm, a prosperous farmer, is through planting. The prospect for an apple crop in this section is fine, while the peach is not considered a total failure. The wheat so far .looks Nprom-isinN FERTILIZERS ff IL & N. Time Card In effect Monday. Dec 31. SOUTH BOUND ISO?. kain X.v. Louisville 7:00am 8:15 am 5:05 pm 80 pm Jlo.27 No. 23 g. '" Prices. Sandusky &KyCo. Columbia, ;J xrjbog5 - Mr. Ed Hadley and son Mr. Lewis were at this place last week on business. and-- a Mrs. Henson Garr, who has been sick for some time, does not improve. Mrs. Mattie Coffey and sister, Mrs. Tom Cowley, spent Satur day afternoon with Mrs. Elmer Rippetoe. Mr. George Dabney and wife were the guests of Mr. and. Mrs. F. L. Selby, Sunday. Mr. John Gross, who has been afflicted for some time, is improving. Mr. Ray Gross, who is in business at Louisville, was called home to see his father, but has returned to work. Mrs. Isabell Blakey, who has been confined to her bed for some time, is about the same. Mr. Lucien Kerns and wife, of Kendall, were visiting at this place, Sunday. Uncle Job Kerns and his son, Levy, went fishing in Cumberland river Thursday. They had the usual fisherman's luck, the big fish got away. They returned with only three. You will have to try it again uncle Job. Mr. Ed Helm and wife were visiting at Esto, Sunday. Our Miller, Mr. Barnes, is doing a good business. Mr. John Stearmon, the huckster, passed through here with a good load of produce. We have on hand a large stock of "GROVES SQUARE BRAND FERTILIZERS. " It was made during the last half of 1910, which insures it to be in the very best drilling condition. It is also made from the very best materials to be obtained for fertilizer purposes. Our brands for CORN, OATS, and TOBACCO are without an equal. Call and examine our goods and the analysis and get our prioes before makinf your purchases for the spring crops. STo.79 No 21 Ak. Lkbanos 9:42am 10:04 am 7:40 pm lfcOOpm SiOOpm Vo.93 fBAiN 620pm a. 24 0.78 o.23 fo.22 Jo. 92 Nos. 92 and NORTH BOUND Lv. Lebanon Ar. Louis ills 7.50;fci 5: 13 am 722am 420pm 6:28pm U3 10:15am SJ5pm 65pm 10:15 am 722am are Sunday trains only. W1LM0RS HOTEL Vi.JS. fXJILtJJORH, Prop r. Table Good Sample Roorae Feed Stable Reasonable Rates First-Clas- JONES, COFFEY & SON. COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. s oo A' '' . L A' i c HUGHES, cojapflfvy BLINDS. ' Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. ! GEftDYUILLe, HIGH KY ERT1LIZER NSURANC 'i THEFARME I S. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. Tf We appreciate them. 4 $ It has been thoroughly demonstraed by Thousands of Farmers who have made Field Tests with High Grade FERTILIZERS, such as are Manufactured by THE AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL COMPANY, of Cincinnati, 0., that the Farmer can, to a very Great extent, INSURE his crop to be of the very BEST QUALITY, and the Yield Perfectly satisfactorily, to pay him for all Labor Seed and Fertilizers Applied. Dear Farmer Friends, we have arranged with some of the most Reliable Dealers in your County, to handle our goods, and you will certainly make no mistake by using the OLD RELIABLE BOWKER-oHOMESTEAD and HORSE SHOE BRAND, or any Brand that is manufactured by the A. A. C. Co., these goods are Manufactured from the very best Materials Obtainable, and they are brought up to the highest state of availability, and they are always in Perfect Mechanical condition. For further particulars and prices see our Local Agents, or write r 1 I E. L. HUGHES CO,, incorporated. U. G. HARDWICS, SJkv V. W?WL 4r7--P- 3R I J3fj7 Atlnetln to Eyes ; v Special Pres. J. H. COCKE. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec r W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co, ESTABLISHED 1861 Spavin or anv sur Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. . LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. ONBURKSVILLE I INCORPORATED 1889 JVIIimW$IGHT5 1301 DEALERS IN I mRCHlfllSTS Joseph CJ H. Stone, w ENGINES. EOILERS, SAW MLIS. N. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TftIRTeeNTif-MftILOUISVILLE Attoney-At-La- W. M. LOWERY, Gen' I Agt. Science Hill, Ky. Will practice m this ancLadjcinlng counties. Jamstown, .: Kentucky, SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work Smokers A TTENTI0N; A t JOBBING WORK. SOLICITF.D1 -- .ib n ruip raco r.i ce - "iiiwii v . Mr. Kennet, of Smith's Bottom, was through here last week buying sheep. We are having plenty of rain, Few of our Specials for Smokers Box of 50, per box " ' 50 ' ' " ' 100 ' ' 100 100 No f $1.85 Owl Cigars, ' j All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - and it has done great damage to the newly plowed ground. Mrs. Oda Rippetoe nicest prospect for an1 50 4.00 50 den in this section. 5.50 50 3.50 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD Mr. Dock Barnes our efficient 50 3.75 We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long miller was at Bryan Monday on 100 7.50 as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights business. 25 2.85 and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesji Fences. 50 step son of 4.50 Cherterfield Mr. Bryan Kimble, Cigaretts, all brands of 5c sold by us 6 packs for 25c S8INCH Dock Barnes happen to a very T5 All 15c branes 2 for 25c All 125c brands for 20c 50INO1 painful accident while working Mail orders filled on the same day as received. 42 INCH in the sliop. A piece of iron sturck Sixth & Jefferson him in the- - eye destroying the CITY LOUISVILLE, KY. sight. Cut Rates Mr. James McKinley of Rowes X Roads, passed through'Friday. The hawks have been visiting Mrs. Minnie Helm's poultry yard a - -- . jU.iJ-- .t ww.... iLWOOO!'"""-!- ' FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) FIELD IN SIX HEIGHTS "' WATCH MAKER and JEWELER and carrying off some of hen Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. largest fryers. Miss Ethel Gross was visiting My Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction Misses Effie and Nora Kerns, of 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Office in Kendall, from Saturday till Sun-daICy. ELLWOOD WIRE FENCE has the, early gar- - Daniel Boone . 9 Straus No. Chas. Denby San Felice El. Toro Porto Rican Optimo 10c St. Size Optimo 2 for 25c Size Quail Perfect La Aaz 10c St. Size Filson Club 10c St. Size Filson Club 2 for 25c Size 11.75 3.60 3.75 3.75 1.85 lead 50 The Couri Journal? HENRY WATTERSON HALL PHARMACY, Editor. We Can Furnish You '- - isM-Kosifarr- N HANCOC K OPTICIAN MADE The Adair County News ' DEHLER BROS., Louisville, f ; and the y. Weekly Courier-Journal f(4M4((M4tM44K(&(&(,('.&r?(.s(44i&Si!f4 ,vyy-Z- S?szsf FRANK v Mr. James Oaks, of Owensby, was transacting business here J. N. PAGE'S Ding Store. was called to see his father, Mr. Tuesday shaking hands with the John A. Johnston last week, who boys. Both One Year is seriously ill. Master Ira G. Vaughn left last C. K. Dudgeon made a business Friday for Highland Park, where he has a position in a grocery For $1.50 trip to Louisville last week. B. Wilson & son. Mrs. Kate Johnston, who was store of R. Mr. and Mrs. Vpsf-pMnrroll confined to her room with pneuWe can also give liberal nmifo hnfluiofla frm tn Nro ai. monia is able to be out again. combination rate with Daily Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Thomas of bany, Ind., last week. or Sunday Courier Journal. Corbin, are visiting relatives at a Burglar's Awfui Deed. Com- Write Courier-Journ- al this place. may not paralyze eome so completely! LU1SVlHe, Ky., tor Mr;, and Mrs. W. R. Hutchin- a as mother's long illness. But Dr. King ' son have moved into their new New Life Pills are spendid remedy for free Sample COpy of edition women. "They gave me wouderful ben- -' residence. y0U desire, but be SUre to efit in constipation and female trouble A good many hogs were sold subscription order wrote Mrs. M. C. Dulap, of Leadill, send your week at 5c per pound. here last Tenn , If ailing trythem 2oc at Paull to this paper NOT tojthe L. T. Neat was here last Drug Co. Hon. Courier Journal. r Thursday. Beverly Wesley and daughter, of Jamestown, were visiting her daughter, Mrs. Garr Dabney, of this place, Saturday. Mrs. Mr. Parsons, of Livingston, Tenn., is visiting his son Joe. He is talking of locating here Mrs. Annie Goss was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lucian Kerns CORCORAN e High-Grad- Marble Cemetery work of all kind.... Granite See US before yoa boy..... Represented by C. G. Jeffries in this and adjoining counties v, Siixtiiii! The Adair CountyiNews and Courier-Journ- al Main Street, Lebanon, Ky, last week ' ; Qy hppn nnnfined to l Mrs. Owen Antle, who has her room for enrrio HrriP is hptfpr at this, writ- img. C?ne Valley. P' Both One Year for $1,50. , Mr. Geo. Johnston of Louisville 1 i -- -- ! . 'tj-- . j. Tf --. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS T' Woman's Friend IMF Nearly all womri snifter n. fWooi ailments. Some women suffer more anntfllv nnd more constantly than others. But whether you have xxoui-paia ur wueuier you surrer mtenseiy, you should take Wine of Cardui and sret relief. Cardui is a safe, natural medicine, for women, prepared scientifically from harmless veerfifahlfi in gredients. It acts easily on the female organs anrl ve ana tone to ine wnoie system. f.i-mP- f-- - . CT " s-- i au-eugi- u CARDUI The Woman's Tonic O.-nvl- J 3S Mrs. Verna "Wallace, of 'Sanger. Tex., tried Rho wrifas "Cardui has done more for me than I can describe. Last spring f was uiatai wun lemaie innammanon ana consulted a doctor, but to no avail, so I took Cardui. and inside of three Aslvr. T wna oKlo An my housework. Since then my trouble has never returned." Try it. AT ALL DEUG BiMrTT1---? STORES 3r. . S. Dunbar Res- - 'Phone 0fflc 'Phone 40"! Henttst OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES' BOILDIN-G- . 'PHONE NO. 40, RING 3. Dr. James Triplett UBDIISli JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY XSSfxsxsC-?- ) WEEKLY COURIER - JOURNAL 8 A Reader Cures His Constipation plant. Try It Fret r r Our farmers are busy this nice The cold snaps have killed most Simple way for any family to retain the good health of all its numfctrrc weather planting corn, or prepar- of the fruit in this section. . ing to to plant. Rev. Talley filled his appointThe editors of "Health Hints" and cathartics and such things. Syrup' M. T Wilson and wife were ment at Hocketts Chapel Sunday "Questions and Answers" have one Pepsin, by training the stomach and. question that is put to them more of- bowel muscles to again do their work afternoon. ten than any other, and which naturally, and with its tonic ingredivisiting here Sunday. strangely enough, they find the most ents strengthening the nerves, brings Mr. and Mrs. John S. Oatts difficult to answer. That is "How about a lasting cure. Among Uncle Ab Hopper says it is a its can I cure my constipation?" strongest supporters are Mr. John good time to go fishing when the have returned from Brandon Col., Graveline of 98 Ave., where they have been living for in Dr. Caldwell, an eminent specialist troit, Mich., and Milwaukee VernonDeMr. J. A. of diseases of the stomach, liver and dog wood is in bloom, and he while. The climate did bowels, has looked the whole field Oklahoma City. Thousands of others knows. over, has practised the specialty for of both sexes have written to Dr.. not agree with Mr. Oatts. forty years and is convinced that the Caldwell telling of gratifying results Mr. Moore Coffey who has Mr. Will Eads is in Somerset ingredients contained in what is It can be obtained of any druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, or called Syrup been in Okla., for a number of and Burnside this week tuning has the Dr. Caldwell's attentionPepsin if you want to'try it first a free sambest claim to from ple bottle can be obtained by writing; constipated people. years is back with the home folks pianos. the doctor. Its success in again. Mr. Will Kennedy had the constipation has the cure of stubborn B. For the free sample address Dr. W. done much to disCaldwell. 402 Caldwell building place the use of salts, waters, strong Monticello, 111. Rice Bros, have finished sawing misfortuue to get his barn burnat Salem and have moved their ed last Saturday night. Eighteen head horses and mules mill to a new set near Avis. were burned. Blood-- h o u n d s J. D. Hammond and wife are were sent for and John Correll much pleased over the advent of was arrested and taken to jail. Is ready for distribution. This book will a new boy. Jake Eads is building a new prove a valuable guide to the home furOscar Smith and wife have a edition to his house. nisher, as the faithful illustrations of Mrs. R. Frisbv is very low new boy also, and Talton Brad-shaRugs, Carpets and Linoleums make it Possibe to and wife are smiling from with paralysis at this writing. do Your Shopping at Home We have a fine Sunday school a like cause. Every item is of greatest interest and the ' Hon. James Garnett would cer- going at Locketts Chapel. Lace Curtain and Drapery pages add spetainly have a walk over if all the Russell Springs. cial value to our attrartive offerings. late arrivals were old enough to Write us a card to day for the Catalog vote, as we hope he will anyhow Miss Ida Isbell amd brother Mr. Jonas Hammonds who defiuhbuch Bros. & Wellendorff. lights in sheep raising has 24 fine in Columbia last week. Incorporated Several from this place took a lambs and to see them play in 522 and 525 West Market St. the evening when the old ones trip to the river Tuesday to view Louisville, Kentucky. are being fed is a very pleasant the high water. sight. Mr Chas. Hammonds has Mrs. M. W. Cooper who has moved to his new home he rec Columbia District, Third Round. been on the sick list for some ently purchased from Marion Smith. time is improving. Thurlow, Lady's chapel, May Mr. J. Marcum and daughter 23. Fonthill lodge had a very interesting communication last Satur- Miss ADell visited at CumberGreensburg, Hodges chapel, day evening. Regular meeting land City last week. May 24. the 4th Saturday in each month. Miss Lena Oats, of Monticello, Spurlington and Early, Poplar Visiting brethren especially wel- visited several days here with Grove, May 25. a-sh- Iran's Store. corn and others getting ready to Our Fifth Annual Catalog w THE LOUISVILLE TIMES come. her couisen Mrs, J. Kimbel. HENRYiWATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEtfS for Daily Courier-Journ- al, $1.50 Yr Yr this month. Tuesday night will Farmers are needing rain at be a night of play and music. Graduating excersise Wednesday this writing, nigqt. Miss Cordie Ellison of Carmel Mr. J. H. Goff-o- f Cojumcia was visiting Miss Bertha and was at this place Tuesday night. Tina McFarland last Saturday. Our town was well representMr. Whitlock 'and family o f Indiana were visiting Mr. Irvin ed with travling men last week. Mrs Ara Willson condition i s Keltner one night last week. The pound party at Irvine not veJy much improved. Mr. Rounds i s putting Keltners was largly attended and highly enjoyed by all who finihing touch to the new metho-di- s church. attended. Miss Kate Simpson was here Mr. Leslie McFarland speut last Sunday with Ernest Cun-dif- f. shopping Friday. Cyclone. School closes the 16 and 17 of May Mannsville, Wesley chapel. 2728. June 3 FOR 1911 Campbellsville station, May 28 29. BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EYER TliEJREGULAR Casey Creek, Eellyton, -- 4. Columbia, Juae 10 11. Cane Valley, June, 1112. Grady ville, June, 17 18. Temple Hill, June, 2021. Tompkinsville, June, 22. West Tompkinsville, June,24 25. PRICE Of THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS $5.00 A YEAR. the if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. 56,00 Sunday -- Courier-Journ- al, $200 ' 1 We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sundaj' if you will write this paper. x) Says the Gentle Cynic. Mr. R. L. Faulkner was i n this neighborhood lookin after ... Hope springs as eternally as a tobacco one day last week. Albert Woodrum killed a large women from a mouse. A man is apl to feel that his bald eagle one day last week; it measured 5 feet 4 inches from hands are tied if he hasn't a free foot. tip to tip. There will not be much tobac- - Man wanta but little here beco raised in this vicinity this year low but he frequently wants a on account of shortage of plants. fresh supply of it I )S&SSaSH y$ws& - Pickett Tobacco 4 Warehouse INDEPENDENT C. A. BRIDGES & Co. PROPRIETORS Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky. ci4as. a. bridges W.G. BRIDGES Give us a trial. Ar The race i s not always the Admission, B. M. Currie, R. L. Messrs. Jas. Suddarth and J. R. Wilson were in Greensburg swift. The hair gets into the Talley, J. P. Van Hoy. soup as often s the turtle. on business last week. 4 'Orders, J. H. Walker, D. T. The earley bird catches' the bought a calf Bud Trsplett Tarter, G. W. Pangburn. worm and then finds it a mighty faom J. H. Judd for $11, TfL. Hulse. P. E. long wait till dinner time. Rev. Black will preach at Pig 7 Laurels that are rested up passenger fare The two-ce3d Sunday in this month at Tail soon wilt. law and the reduced freight 3 P. M. - Silence is the sauce that sof-- rates made by the Arkansas rail- road commission were declared Program. tens the spice of life. void when Judge Trieber, in the Startling conditions in Missouri federal court at Little Rock made Bear Wallow, May the 30tb, 1911. Singing at 9 qclock by I. M. Grims-le- y almshouse 1 and penal institutions permanent the injunction ob' and others. disgrace to a tained by the railroads. 2 Preaching at 10 o'clock by James described as a nt The District conference will be If YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER held at Russell Springs June TO US, YOU CAN GET The first day will be taken for the work of the Sunday School and Epworth League THE ADAIR COUNTY conference. NEWS Let all local preachers read the law regarding their attendance AND at the district cpnference and govern themselves accordingly. THE L0UISVILEE I especially request that al who love God pray daily for the TIMES presence of the Holy Spirit. The committee are as follows: BOTH ONE YEAR License, J. L. Murrell, J. A. Johnson, R. T. McConnell. F0R0NLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. Has the best corps of corres pondents. Covers the Kentucky field perfectly. completely. Has the best and fullest mar. , Covers the general news field Four Months Storage Free We Guarantee to Please you Table supplied With thr Best the Market;Affords Meals, 35c MILLEN HOUSE. M. D. MILLEN Z. Sulivan, of Russell county, and Jo Tur- state so rich.and prosperous are ner and Bro. Linn. The opera "Mona," which won contained in the reportof char3 Decorating the graves at noon. the $10,000 prize offered by the 4 Speaking at 1 o'clock by Plato ities and correction. Wade and others. Metropolitan Opera company, 5 Every body cordially invited to atwas written by Prof. Horatio baskets. . tend and bring Mrs. Alice Webb Duke, former Parker, of Yale, in a fishing James D. Burton, Chairman. wife of Brodie L, Duke, the shack in a lonely section near T. I. Holmes. M. L.. Burton, niultimilliqnaire tobacco king and Blue Hill, Conn., 12 miles from J. B. Burton.' well-filled kets reports., DEMOCRATIC in polities', but fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP- TION RIGHT AWAY CO., Proprs Located oa Railroad St., one square east of L. & N. Station Lebanon, - Kentucky. six years ago mistress of a fort- the nearest railroad. TO THIS PAPER not to TheN Monticello. une of nearly $25,000,000 is dyGovernor Osborn of Michigan Louisville Times. ing a pauper in the Illinois State has signed the bill prohibiting fraternities in the Jhigh schools For: Sale: One six year old It still stays winter, but farm- - Hospital for the Insane at bined Bed Bird fcorse. Wo!d tntf e j ers are very busy, someplanting state. for "cattle. Call oa Taa New. of-th- tr tT" jfF r J l r S lv .. A i CA : THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS L XT : KXKKasii&feaoKae IX Jamestown, visited Tyrol Kinley and family Saturday. .i GROVt-STOC- K rAKM .iJGcod old Summer time is here. T. Hale and wife visited the 7K LOCUST J. .Gorn danting is about over formers uncle, J.C. Hale of RusNl IN XL sell Springs Sunday. .here. FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1911. Remember children day at Farmers in this section are Nl IN IN union church the first Sunday in very busy planting corn. IN Nl 'June. Misses Gertie and Beulah Rex-ro- In Addams! Addams! So Say We AH, Gentlemen! visited their sisters Mrs. Joe NlIN a great deal of comWe hear plaint about the scarcity Jof to- and Otis Stapp of Roy last Sat- K Nl IN yiv. urday and Sunday. bacco plants in this vicinity. M Is there a Democrat but belives that if Senator McCreary IN Mrs, Nola Phelphs visited her i and Mrs. U. S. Whitlock . Mr. gets the Gubernatorial nomination, the chances of his party's sucIN ffm 9 Bliss, were in our city last sister Mrs. Lois Jones o f Glen-vill- e M of II 7K cess will be in doubt? Is it not the part of wisdom, therefore, for Saturday and Sunday. Saturday afternoon. IN him to turn to some one who can bring the people to victory? and wife James- 7K place attendNick Whittle Several from this William Addams, of Harrison county, is such a candidate. Place parents BIRD ed Field day at Columbia last town visited the latter's . RAVEN your banner in his hands and he will give you the hope and enthu- Saturday and Sunday. t Saturday. siasm that must land us all winners. A few weeks since we were IN Sired by Red Bird 1956, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, IN left floundering, feeling that there were none to make an active 'there are more extra good mule J. A. Oaks Owensby visited he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Black Hawk. NI fight to oppose Senator McCreary for the nomination, but sinee the colts in this section this spring his daughter Mrs, Margaret 1st dam Authilia Thompson, by Thompson's Lex7K. manly stand and clear-cu- t ington, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234 by Gist's Black Kimbel Friday night. ' statements of Mr. Addams, our doubts than we ever knew of before. IN Hawk. 2nd dam by Caldwell's Denmark, be by King are at last thrown aside and hope has taken the place of our doubts Nt James Q. Diddle started for R. I. Bartteston traveling IN Denmark. 3rd dam Bonie, by 'Old Nat Brown 81. , in our party success. Columbus, Ohio, last Monday was calling on our mer- NlIN Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay full 16 where he will probably locate chants Thursday There be times .when our darkest periods are just before the y hands high, 5 years old, he has the best of eyesjfeet and IN IN permanently dawn, and Democracy in Kentucky appears to have passed through Several o f Jthe young folks Nl legs, a beautiful head and neck, a very heavy well set 7Tn tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He them. From now on every one should feel, with such a man as Our people that lost their gar- from this place attended Nl IN IN Nl Addams to lead, that success must surely come. exercises at the R. S. ?tN possesses extreme speed, style and action, and the most dens by the last big rain have perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or Nl A. Fridaay night. about all replanted again. 7K Mr. Addams has a number of relatives and friends in "Old handled. He has fine distinct gaits, and goes them all Mr. and Mrs. C. 0 Moss spent J. W. Voils and wife Russell IN in a most attractive manner. You will note from his . Shelby," and, though this county is in Mr. McCreary 's district yet 2n Springs were here Thureday and last Monday in Columbia. breeding that he has for his sire the famous old Red it can be turned to the Harrison county man who can land the IN Nl who has perhaps sired as many high class show, Bird, party tryumphant in November. Miss Sallie Diddle is spending Friday. IN and sale horses as any scallion in Kentucky, and traces this week with Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. Eldridge Montgomery and IN .bet us stop our party DicKenngs. Aaaams is a man we can on his dam's side to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by W. Walker near Columbia. Miss. Miss Iona Irvin of Russell upon, and let us all, therefore, get together and be for all horsemen to be one of the greatest sires that ever Nl unite IN Spings passed here Saturday, Mr. George Akin,- one of Addams: lived. Raven Bird is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, Nl IN Sparksville, best citizens was in Rev, T. T. Hadley Rowes X and has proven himself an excellent breeder, and we NlIS Let the party slogan be, "Party success," and Mr. Addams have every reason tobelieve that, if he is given 'an op- -, MIN Nl days ago, and Roads passed here Saturday. our midst a few IN portunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his Nl will be selected. He is the man of the hour, the man you want, reports every thing flourishing 7K the man you need, the man you must have. Ono Williams and Miss 7K Mrs. Nl worthy sire. Service fee $15.00 to insure a living colt. Nl IN in his community, with the best Kate Antle of Montpelier passed ?IN Nl Addams! Addams! So say we all! Addams! . v Alexander's Artist 4517 A. S. H. R. IN TIN prospect for a wheat crop that here Wednsday. Nl IN Sired by Fayette Artist 4516 he by Kentucky Artist they hive had for years. Old Aunt 'Anne Pierce wife of 1455, he by Artist Montrose 51, he by Artist 75 by King Dr. L. C. Nell in company John Pierce deceaed died y ouiimmiuimiuuiiuuiuiiiiiiiiiiuiuiuiuiuiuutiiuuiiiiio William 67. Nl with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie night at her home 7K 1st dam 'Louise Cabell 5900 by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd Nl Browning are spending this near Esto and was buried Sun- 7K dam Juelle C. 1304 by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington ix 7Tn W'-rDenmark 64. 3rd dam by Dew drop, by Cabell's Lexweek in Louisville. Mrs. Brown- day. M . .'w' ing will have her eyes treated Mrs. Sallie Hurt had a horse MIN ington. Alexander's Artist is a beautiful red chestnut, Wp ? 7lN four years old, 15 hands high. You will note from the M ' while there. iftmt - . to get badly snagged last week. ?k above that there are few if any better Stallions in KenfitaJA Nl ?XTl tt. The sick folks of this communiIN tucky. He is a grand individual and in every way as IN Nt Absher. ty that were reported last week In good as his breeding. He is thoroughly broken to double Nl and nicely gaited, in fact he 'is a we are glad to note are better. Mrs. W. B. Morris and children is and single harness, IN combined horse of high class, and presents a magnifiMr. Charlie Sparks and family visited Jher sister ,Mrs. H. B. M IN IN cent appearance any where you place him. His future are now citizens on main street Robertson last Saturday. . IN as a show horse'and as a producer of saddle' horses, will chil- Z& city, occupying their new Mrs. Mattie Martin and of our compare most favorably with the best. Fee, $12.50 to IN IN dwelling. dren visited Mrs. Tom Rice a IN insure a living colt. : Nt jtJl'. IN IN few days ago. George E. Nell spent one day i. Marion IN M Mr. and Mrs. John A. Williams ik last week on the banks of Pettis-forMrion is a bla"5k Jack with white points, 5 years old, IN that resulted in a nice lot of Casey Creek visited their son Nl 7fv 7I 15 hands high; extra good length, heavy bone and foot, Nl This noted Saddle Stallion will make the present season Ray Williams Saturday and Sun- In good head and ears. He has lots of substance, in 'fact of fish. at Gradyville, Ky., and will serve mares at the tlow IN )K ' he has all of the desirable features of a first-clas-s Jack. Messrs. W. L. Winters, Amos day. price of $15.00 to insure a mare with foal. Jordan is in In He has proven himself very sure and a mos't excellent Nl Keltner, in company with Dr. Mr. Edgar Rule and Miss Berfine shape, looks like a colt. He is so well known that IN In breeder. Service fee $1).00 to insure a living colt. Simpson Simmons spent the tha Dillingham visited Mr. Owen he needs no introcuction to the public. He is known IN The above described stock will do service at my Nl greater part of one night last Hendrickson Saturday and Sunfrom the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean. Jordan has ?!n barn in Columbia. Nl sired from 50 to100 colts every year for 14 years, and week one the waters of Russell day. ?K I am prepared to take care of mares sent to me most all of them have been sold from weanlings to creek, that resulted in several Misses Annie Robertson and NlIN from a distance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, Nl at from $100 to $2,000. There has been a extra fine bites from ticks and Anm'e Sharp were shopping a t Tin or fed at $8.00. In all cases money in due and must be goodly number of them sold from 500 to $1,000. There K i mosquitoes and the landing of a Holmes on day last week. paid, when mares are bred to other stock, traded, parthas been over One Hundred Thousand Dollars paid to i4 IS IN ed with or removed from the neighborhood. All stock Nlis water dog by Mr. Keltner. Miss Ann L. Cave is visiting NlIN the people of Adair and joining counties for this horse's will receive my personal attention, and due care will be vl We are glad to note that Mr. her sister Mrs. J. D. Weather-for- d colts. Nl taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but will not be Tin" W. M. Smith, who has been in a I will also stand NOBLE PEACOCK, a son of this week. responsible should any occur. NI r' Jordan Peacock, on the same terms as Jordan Peacock very critical condition for the .Mrs. W. B. Morris was Nl A. S. Chewning, the Tin" NOBLE is a very fine young horse. He was shown in past week has greatly improved guest of her sister Mrs Joe H. :&: Columbia, Ky. IN two rings at the Columbia Fair, last year and won each K in the last few days. Ni i Morris one day last week. time. There were gentries in one ring and Noble won IN Nl Mr. John S. Moore, the old IS the blue tie. His first dam was by Artist Jewel, 2nd Mrs Mattie Martin and childhonest mill man who has been dam by Cromwell Denmark, 3rd dam by Artist 75. ren visited Mrs, Martin mother From the above breeding you will see there i3 no better connected with the mill at this 1 last Sunday. bred one living than NOBLE PEACOCK. place for over thirty years, more Dempsy Rice and Miss. Mr. I will also stand 2 fine Jacks, HIGHWAY and or less, on the account of old age Judelle Robertson o f Holmes BLACK DIAMOND at $10.00 to insure- - a mare with and his health, tendered his foal. Highway's colt won the blue at the Columbia visited at Mr. Delaney Robert resignation a fewdays ago. Uncle Fair last year, and several of them' sold for $100 at son last Sunday. 1 1 as we all called him was John, weaning time. These are the best Jacks .that I have Mr. jmd Mrs. W. P. Dillingever seen in Adior County. known all over this section of ham, Mr. and Mrs. John Rule country by both young and old BLACK DIAMOND is under 3 years old. Every Headquarters for Cold Drinks, Improved-Soda- visited at Mr. N. R. Thomas last one that has looked at him say that he is the beat one for his honest and fair dealings Fountain. Sunday. they have ever seen. I I with all. We leaves us with no Money due in all cases when the mare is traded dll feeling towards any one. He Mr. Howard Russell, Misses (Plug mares will not or moved from the neighborhood. Also a General Line of Drugs and Staple located for the present with Audra Dillingham and Ruth Rule has be bred to this stock.) Groceries. were the guest of Mr. Alvin Mar;his W. L. Fletcher, in Feed at 25 cents per day or pasture after April tin and sister, Misses Eula, and 20th at 50 cents per week. the Weed community. I I Respectfully, Bertha last Sunday. Mil Mr. Sorney Keltner and wife Mrs. Joe H. Morris and Mrs. W. L. Grady. of Mason City, 111., are visiting take it that they will reside a t lumbia Tuesday. their relatives in this commun- Tom Rice are on the sick list a t Mrs S. J. Dooley was wisiting 0!1!!!!n!Hmn!inn!!!n!!!!ni!!!!!!!mnni!Hn!!!!!!!!!H!!0 this writing also Miss Mollie the grooms father. We wish ity at this time. her sister, Mrs. Eveline Smiley them a long and happy life." Breeding. last Sunday. . French Valley. Married on the 7th of May Mr. Vester. days of last week with her sisMrs. Milfred Burton is no ' Mrs. Malindia Burton was visitB. I. Pendleton to Miss Emma ing her sister Mrs. Julia Knight ter Mrs. Rosie Curry. at this writing, C. C. Taylor, Glenville, was Neatsburg, The People are still busy planting last Sunday. visiting at U. T. Selby's Sunday. Hardwick of Mr. Times Burton and sisters, Mr. anfL Mrs. Clem Burton-werJ, "i f groom is an industrious young corn and ff arming Misses Pearl and Bertha Breed& visiting Mr. and Mrs. Misses Leona and Lula, spent Egbert Smith, Font Hill was farmer. The bride is a bright Mr. W. Anderson who has ing, returned home last, Friday Smiley last Sunday. Sundaywith their sister Mrs. ta our midst Saturday night. young lady, and will be greatly been viiiting Mr. Charlie Sutton from Georgia where they have JcUxrbat, arid . wifs Mis Ocie Burton spent several Anna Neat. i py toe young paopie. we for a Wftk ofcabrtturned to Co been teaching school. w :r-- r Gradyville. -- i. 3xxxx?&xx THE SHELBY SENTINEL. " at NX 4 - gro-cerym- an com-mencm- ent j - NJ Satur-Saturda- rfBR1!! M 'J-- "- . ;. - Ar7V-- T fr'iVjl,".-.- . wmm X.' -- k, Jordan Peacock. O. B. Campbellsville, Ky. FINN 1 son-in-la- w -- e , 7? " 7 - 1 - " p$ -- l- i -- ,s( i' riV e- I: :H ., , r.n Z iSV' r - ft y (,' -i- v - h i; V K .4. Aii :? 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