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Hulse, which occurred last Wednesday p. m , at 8 o'clock in the. District parsonage, Columbia has lost one of its most popular young ladies. She '.was born in Cumberland Co. May 4, 1889, joined the Methodest church at Grady-vill- e when her father was pastor there, and when she was but 10 years old She came to Columbia about four years ago. with her father when he was made P. E. of this district. She at once became identified with the church here and has been a very active and useful member. When taken sick, nine weeks ago she was an officer in the Epworth League, a teacher in the Sunday school, and ttm organist of the church, which position she has faithfully tilled for two years. After attending the L. W. T. S. here for some time she went to Russellville, Ky.,and entered Logan Female College where she graduated two years ago with the B. S. degree. At the time she was taken sick she was taking the Normal course and .music at the L W. T S., preparatory to teach this fall. Miss Ina was an accomplished, modest and beautiful christian character, and while her suffering was great she bore it gracefully and hopefully. She often expressed her appreciation to the many friends who were so kind and thoughtful of her in her last illness The funeral was conducted at the Methodist church here last Friaay morning by her pastor of whom she was very fond, Rev. B. M. Currie, assisted by Revs. R. T. McConnel, of Greens-burand J, R. Crawford this city. A great congregation of sorrowing and sympathizing friends attended the funeral, and flo'ral offerings were beautiful. The internment was in the Columbia cemetery. A beautiful christian has been taken away in the very prime of life. She will be greatly missed in church and society, but the influence of her beautiful life will abide with us. The family has the deepest sympathy of the whole community. g, Death of Miss Clara Ann Wilson. f Not Guilty. monwealth of Kentucky vs Meader & Son, charged with selling My Coca in e, Coca Cola bottles. News Journal Camp-bellsvill- Judge John Com- D. Irvine Dead. , Resolutions of Respect. Whereas death has again invaded our ranks and taken from us one of our most faithful and beloved members and teachhers, Miss Ina Ethel Hulse, Therefore be it resolved, That the members, of the Methodest Sunday School, 1st, That we heartly acknowledge the loss of a most efficient and faithful friend and member, 2nd That, we hereby express our sincere belief that she was a pure, sweet and true christian character, prepared either to live here and do much good or to enter into the glory of her Lord. 3rd, That, we deeply sympathize with her loved ones in this hour of sorrow, and really weep with them on account of our loss, 4th, That, we strive more diligently to be faithful in our work here, profiting by the example she set for us, treasuring up the sweet influence that abide with us from her life and strive to meet her at last in heaven, 5th, That, a copy of these resolutions he spread upon the Secretary's book, a copy be given to The Adair County News for publication, and another be sent to The Central Methodist Advo Mrs. J. 0. Russell, caie. Mattie Sinclair, Ora Moss, Herbert Smith, Ralph Hurt. t Likes the News. Louisville, Ky.,'May24 1911. Df-a- r sir: jf As my subscription to your paper has about expired, I inclose $1.00 for paper to be continued. Your method of paying in advance is a good one and hope it will prove to be successful. There is nothing pleases me more than when my subscribers to the Louisville Times pay their subscription in advance. I am one of the route agents to Louisville Times and of course I have all edclition to read, but as soon as the Adair County News is received these papers are laid aside until this paper is read, for it gives me great pleasure to read it a's I am formerly from Cane Respectfully, Valley. L. M. Smith, 524 S 3rd St. Eld. Tobias Huffaker, who made an ap pointment to preach at Hebron the thi rd Sunday in June, changes the date to the fourth Sunday. The change was made necessary on account of the tion meeting which has been billed for Jamestown lasting over the third .Sunday , and from the further fact that Eld. Huffaker has been selected to speah on several important topics at ation meeting: . said Co-per- a co-op- er his county as county Judge. He was an ardent Republican and took a great deal of interest in county politics. Mr. William Irvine, who also lives at Russell Springs, is a brother to the deceased, and Mr. J D. Irvine, Jr., Creelsbore and Mrs. W. H. Wilson, this city, are his nephew and niece. A great many friends attended the last sad rites. It is our understanding that the de- water. ties the merchants in advertently get ceased left a good estate. the'hpttles mixed, Mr. Willock getting Every body who can conveniently my bottles and myself his. The differ leave home, should attend the picnic Likes the 'Plan. ent bottlers throughout the state recogand decoration exercises at the monu-mennizing this have established what we near Green River Bridge, next call an exchange system, that is to exMeridian, Miss May 23. 1911. Saturday. An interesting program has change our bottles when they become Dear Sir. been arranged to spent the day in an You publishers are always very mixed. appropriate manner. Do not forget a I wrote to Mr. Willock on the 23rd lenient toward ministers and I think basket of provisions. day of March, 1910, that I had some of your kindness is appreciated. I have his bottles on hand and that he had been negligent in paying for the Mr. Zach Samuel, who returned frjm some - of mine, that I wished to ex "News," and yet I could not do withchange same, that I would haul his to out it. You have been too easy on the New Mexico, last week, states that the him and bring mine back at no expense folks, and I think your new plan a good Adair County people who have settled in and about Elida are getting along to him whatever. This proposition is one. still open to Mr. Willock, I wrote him Find enclosed check for $3.00 and very nicely. He thinks that part of New Mexico will eventually be a good a similar letter on June 1st, 1910. He keep the News coming Your friend. country. Lawrence Williams. has from that day to this only extended o me the charity of his silence. I In the suit of Frank Burton against The first open air meeting for this also presented the situation to his AtAllen McGaha et al to recover one Beauchamp. summer was held by Rev. J. R. Crawtorney, Judge Henry thusand dollars for misssawed lumber, Judge Beauchamp told me that he ad- ford last Sunday afternoon, on the the jury rendered the following virdict: vised Mr. Willock to exchange bottles lawn of Mrs. Elizabeth Pile. The at- Judgment for $100 in favor of Burton, with me, Mr. Willock still refusing. He tendance very good. These outdoor and $138 for McGaha, ballance due on be held each Sunwho asks equity must do equity. You meetings will saw bill. must come into Court with clean hands day afternoon, on Rev. Crawford's ' days, throughout the summer unless "Vrit CIC rt rtWToT XUU ma lilJIMf tV t UOl. TTlT Kllflinacc VJF WANTED. Will be at Green River ".J mSJ. .110.7 the aid of the Common weath of Ken- rain interfers. The next meeting, Bridge June 3, to buy good horses and second Sunday in June, will mules, also some extra suckling mule tucky You are holding over my head the fear cf the" mopster Trust of all, be conducted at the same place as colts. the Mackin & Pnilips. The Coca Cola' Co , of Atlanta. You last Sunday on the lawn of Mrs. Pile. Mrs Wm. Taylor, after a long illare trying to shut my wind off by get- The public general is invited to attend Work of the Grand Jury. ness, died in this place Monday night, a these services. ting all my bottles in yourpossession, victim of consumption. knowing that I ant a poor man and unAt the term of circuit court, closed able to buv more, but I have wind Mr. M. 0 Stevenson, who lives three last week, the grand jury was in ses- you never heard of. The first home grown peas were o n miles from Columbia, and who is one of insion eight days, returning fifty-fiv- e the best farmers in all this section, has the market last Thursday from" Stand up like a man and take your dictments, classified as follows: ' 'Dope. ' ' You can' t stand competition ; an extra, fine field of wheat, the best, so garden of Mrs, H. N, Miller. Breach of peace 15 Don't get my old friend, Jim Saunders, his neighbors say, that has been grown Bring your horses and mules to town Weapons 9 to train .the Guns of the Common- in Adair county for many years. It Wednesday if you wish to sell, Pedigo Disturbing worship 5 wealth, of the grand ojd State of Ken- wiil probably be ready to cut in ten Selling liquor 2 tucky vs me again through Meader & days or two weeks. While upon the will be here. Petit larceny 2 Co., but lets exchange bottles and be subject of wheat, it is reported that the Al.W. Pedigo will be in Columbia, Malicious shooting 2 happy again for its certainly hard for crop is good throughout the county. Wednesday, .May 31, "to buy horses and Willful and malicious striking with any one man to get the full control of 1 a deadly weapon Mr. R. C. Blanford, who is an "all mules. all the water and gas in this country, to Vs Carnally knowing a female under monopolise, its too cheap. The News round" newspaper man, a good one.has """ Two cottages in Columbia, we 11 lo16 years of age 2 Journal thinks Mr. Willock has been accepted a position on The Taylor County cated for rent. See G. P. Smythe. Gaming 6 imposed upon and that I am the man. Enquirer. "Bob," as he is familiary 30-Adultry 5 Let him without sin cast the first bot- called, received his first instructions in Unlawfully demanding and reciev-mthe art of printing in this town workW. Tanner Ottley. tle. Mr. J, V. White has had a tin roof toll ing under Albin Nell, who published l Columbia Ky , 27th 1911, 1 put upon his residence. Hog Stealing The Columbia Herald. That was a Assault and battery. good many years ago, and since that Dined on the Green. 1 Breaking into dwelling house time ".Bob" has been connected with vy Malicious cutting. 1 several different papers, invariably Obtaining money and property A delightful gathering of the following giving perfect satisfaction. His serPERSONAL by false pretense 1 young people last Wednesday afternoon vices will evidently bs valuable to The Enquirer. on the lawn of Miss Vic Hughes. The Duty to Man," was the sub- refreshments consisted of every thing "Man's ject discussed last Sunday in the Christ- good to eat and the occasion will long By way of supplementing the subject Mrs. J, P.Beard is visiting in Greensian church by Eld. Z.-Williams, pas- be remembered by the following: of Bro. Williams sermon last Sunday burg. tor. This subject was given him some Misses Myrtle Myers, Edna Lewis, morning, which I have heard commendMr. J. P. Jasper was in Jamestown time ago, and his. disposal of it was Nell Cox, Mary Miller, Mary Triplett, ed very favorably, I shall speak next commendable to himself, and well pleas- Alice and Ella Walker, Carrie Walker, Sunday on "Mans Duty to God." In last Thursday. Mr. W. D. Frazier is on a business ing to all who heard it. He took as a May Stults, Madge Rosenfield, Mabel the morning, as relates to our church text, the Golden Rule, and from it he Jasper, Vic Hughes, Ruth Summers, membership, in the evening as relates trip to Pulaski, Tenn. showed man's duty to his fellow creat- Mary Cartwright, Lura Smith, Mabel to all people whether believers or unMiss Frances Strange, who has been ures. Briefly stating, it was a' sermon Atkins, Mesdames John Lee Walker, believers. D. H. Howerton. on the sick list is better. that touched and stirred the noblest Geo. N. Rosenfield. Mr Brack Massie is in Louisville, impulses that actuate individuals in Remember there will be a Ceme'ery, being treated by a specialist. their conduct with others. It should be Association Meeting June 3rd, 1911, at PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY. preached throughout the land. Man's 4 o'clock at Miss Hindman's office. Mr. W. A. Hunter, who travels out duty to man is closely related to man's Please every body come prepared to of Louisville, was here Friday. duty to God, and Bro. Williams brought VV. H. C. Sandidge, Greensburg. pay their dues. 50c per year, as we will Mrs. Georgia Shelton, who has been it out so clearly that the two seem to be F. J. Barger Shiloh. need money for further work in cem- quite sick, has about recovered. one. This community needs more serZ. T. Willinms .Cane Valley. etery. mons like the one of last Sunday. Mr Lindsey Snow, Russell Springs, J. R. Crawford Union. was here a day or two of last week. G. W. Pangburn Picketts Chapel. I will be in Columbia Wednesday, May 31, for the purpose of buying In the case of Oliver Willis, against J. F. Black Mil) town. Mr Geo. M. Stevenson made a busithe Board of Trustees of the town of J. F. Turner West Fork. mules 15 to 16 hands high 4 to 8 years ness trip to Russell county last week B. M. Currie Columbia. old. I also want to buy a few well Columbia, tried last week, Judge Carter Miss Sallie Diddle, Grady ville, spent W. S, Dudgeon Lone Valley. decided the question at issue in favor broke driving and riding horses. last week, visiting relatives in Columof the defendant Willis is the MarJ. F. Roach Pierces Chaple Al W. Pedigo. bia. D, H Howerton Columbia. shal of the town of Columbia, and he Mr. J. A. Marcom, of Royse City, W. B. Cavo Russell Springs. sought to force the trustees to turn For Cash Only. Texas, is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. J. over to him for collection the tax list Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 3 Simpson. of the town, which-h- ad been given to Grunting. . cans Tomatoes, 25c; 3 cans Kraut, 25r.; Geo R. Coffey, for collection. The Miss Katie Murrell, who teaches at trial Judge decided that the municipal Though Parsons for the News are hunt- I can Salmon, I2c; I can Chipped Beef, Earlington, isexpected home Thursday board had the right to employ a persdn 10c. afternoon. ing, who was not the marshal to collect the gruntShould they report a Doctor Ballard & Miller. Mr, J. H. Turk, of Glasgow, was in tax, ing, Columbia, visiting relatives a few days "For it sets said Doctor moaning, Beginning Sunday, July the 2nd, 1911, of last week. Mr A. D. Patteson, sheriff, conveyed To hear the dear old Parson groaning. I shall deliver a series of sermons-eacDallas Dooley to the penitentiary last With grunts and groans they'l both Mrs. Coy E. Dudgeon, Campbellsville, Sunday evening as follows: week. He is a white man and was pursue you,. visited relatives in Columbia and viciniJuly 2 An Address to Young Men. convicted of chicken stealing and was Always limping on the leg next to July 16 A Message to Young Women ty, bst week. sentenced for from one to five years. you, Aug. 6 Jl.ove, Courtship and MarWhile in Frankfort sheriff Patteson They have the groaning grunts so badly, Mary Kathrine, the little daughter riage in the Light of Scripture.. was permitted to see the last lega of Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Russel is reMienself and mine good Parson, Had-leAug. .20 A Scriptural View of the hanging in Kentucky, a negro heing ported better. Marriage Relation. executed within the walls of the prison. T. Jones. J. D. H. Howerton, Miss Nora and, Carrie Bradshaw, ' -I , . Pastor Columbia Baptist Church. Montpelier, were shopping in Columbia A difficulty occurred in the Fairplay ' Mr. J. C. Strange went out spon- last Thursday. country last Friday between Lee Mos- - tooning last Saturday afternoon. He M. Currie will preach next .Mr, B. H. Gilpin, and Mr. Robert ley and .Ed Burbridge. .Burbridge was was quite successful, returning" borne Rev- B. Sunday afternoon at Disappointment .Borders, Campbd'sville, were here a struck in the head with a doable tree, with two catfish, one 21 incises long School house. gash-abo' three inches kmg. ' and one IB incises. utting a few days ago. ' of-M- r. Camp-bellsvil- le t, well-filled 7 The people of Columbia were not surprised last Saturday afternoon when the intelligence of the death of Miss Clara A. Wilson spread over the city. It was known to the entire town that her condition was serious, and that she could not possibly recover. Notwithstanding her demise had been daily a week, and that her relatives and friends were prepared to meet it, her passing brought great sorrow to many hearts. She was a daughter and Mrs. T. T. Wilson and was born in September 19, 1889, making her 22 years old. Some years ago, while visiting a sister in Louisvilleshe made a profession of religion and united with the Baptist Church. Later her membership was removed to the .Church at this place, in which she lived a very consistent life until God called her hence. While in health she was a regular attended at Sunday school and it was not often that she missed a Church service. The funeral services were held in the Baptist Church Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rev. D. H. Howerton, assisted by Eld Z. T.Williams, the building being packed with friends who were there to pay their respects to one they loved in life. After the discourse the remains were conyeyed to the city cemetery, followed by several hundred people The floral offerings were many and very beautiful. The" passing of this young woman leaves only two members of the immediate family, the mother and brother. The separation is a serious blow to them, but they should remember that the beloved daugnter and dear sister is now free from pain and the troubles of this world, and that after awhile they will be made to understand. May the Giver of all that is good bind up their wonnded and bleeding hearts, and sanctify this sad death to their good is the wish of The Adair County ' News. Is the verdict Jn the case of the The case properly reported should read The Coca Cola Co. vs all Competitors. In this case Mr. Willock using the Commonwealth of Kentucky for his own use and benefit knowing full well he has no standing in a court of law or equity in this particular case, for he who asks equity must do equity. Mr. Willock and myself put up a somewhat similar drink in taste, color and effect, both said to be the original Coca Cola formula carbornated and put up in 7 oz dark amber bottles of the same height and general' size. In selling our goods to the different merchants in Tpylor, Adair and adjourning coun Last Monday morning relatives of this place were notified of the death ot Judge John D. Irvine, which occurred at his late home, Russell Springs, Sunday night. He was about 68 years old and one of the best known men in Russell county. For many years he was a prominent merchant at Irvine's Store and several years after he retired from the mercantile business, he was elected and seved the people of Mr. Z. L. Samuels, who has been in Elida, N. M., for the past year, return- . Mrs Ella Cave, of Cane Valley, was j ea nome ,asc weeK- Miss Sallie Williams, who has been 71 years old the I7th of this month, and r .. r ..? i.i. her relatives and friends gave her a i i Leaviuug in one oi cne auuinern states, surprise dinner, at the home'of Mr. and rerurned home last week. Mrs. W. L. Farris, where she now Mrs. T. L. Hulse, accompanied her lives. It was a magnificent affair and sister, Mrs. Blanton Jones, on her re- highly appreciated by the old lady and jj enjoyed by all present. The following ; turn to Cumberland county. Mrs S. II. Mitchell, who has been persons made up the dinner party: Wm Biggs and wife; F. I. Ingram and wife; confined to her room with rheumatism Sam Cofer and wife; J B. Russell and for two months is improving. wife; Ed Eubank and wife; R. H. Cofer, Mrs. W. H. Edsall and her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Farris and daughter, Miss Winnie Dohoney, of Louisville.ar-rive- d Miss Annie, Mrs. Henry Farris, Mrs last Tuesday afternoon. Perry Sullivan, Mis. Tom Bridgewater, Miss Tee Coffey, daughter of Mr J. Mr3. Fannie Obanion, Mrs. Susie Page, W. Coffey, who has been 3ick for two Mrs. Will Feese, Misses Irene, Sallie, Mamie Davis; Mollie and Ruth Morris, months, improves very slowly. Ajmie and Zora Feese. Edna Morris, EdMr. G. W. Dillon, wife and son, na Norene Cofer, Mrs. Chas. Morris Frank, Breeding, were here to attend and son, Robert, and Mr Julian Bridg- the funeral of Miss Ina Hulse. Surprise Dinner. .i ( i ! Miss Bess Dohoney, of Elida, New is visiting her father and other relatives in Adair county. Mexico, Mr W. H, Wilson and wife attended the funeral of Judge J. D. Irvin, Russell Springs, last Monday afternoon Mr. G. O.Miller, who lives on Burkes-vill- p street, and who was seriously ill for several weeks, ha3 about recovered. Mr Gleason Hulse, who is employed at Columbus. Ohio, reached home in time to be at the funeral of his sister. Mrs. Mary J. Blakeman, who has. been visiting her son, Dr. R. I. Blakeman. Indianapolis, returned home last week. Miss Bess Holladay, who has been attending the Conservatory of Music, Chicago. 111., returned home a few days ago, Mr3. Sallie Bradshaw, who has been visiting in Frankfort, returned home last week, accompanied by Mrs. W. F. Hancock. Mr and Mrs. J. W. Hurt surprise.! their friends by arriving from Birmingham, Ala , Monday. glad to see them. Every body was Miss Lillie Judd,who has been teaching languages in a col'ege in Tennes- the see, returned home, for the summer, last Friday afternoon. Mr. John T. Harvey left for NeV Orleans, La , and Denver Colorado, the first of the week. He expects to return to Columbia in Julv. . Dr. R. Y. Hindman and Miss Laura Herriford; Mr, Horace Hamilton and Miss Ruth Summers spent last Sunday at the Griffin Springs. Mrs. W. K, Azbill, who spent several weeks in an infirmary. Indianapolis, has very much improved, and is now with her daughter, Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs John Marcum and daughter, ADell. of Russell Springs, visited in Columbia last week, the latter stop ping with Miss Vara Hutchison. s 3t g - J n-- y- -. r. J Mr. Presley Clark. Bowling Green, was called to Columbia last week, on account of the serious illness of his little niece, the youngest child of Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Russell. Misses Stella and Cecil Conover, who have been in school at Glasgow, and Miss Agnes, their sister, who has been attending the State Normal, Bowling Green, returned last Friday afternoon. Miss Minnie Kemp returned to her home at Columbia, Ky., Saturday Miss Kemp made many morning. friends during her year's work here and both scholars and patrons of the school join in wishing for her return E. Town News. Gov. J. R. Hindman, who spent about one month in Texas, returned last Tuesday afternoon. On his return he stop- T. ped a week at Hot Springs, Ark., and enjoyed baths ir. the curative water for several days. The, Governor says he had a vary enjoyable trip and from his appearance he seems to have been greatly refreshed. Jo Russell, wife and little son, Jo Jr., left for Louisville Friday morning. Mr. Russell travels out of Louisville and the removal to the city was for his The people of Columbia generally regreted to give them up, as Mr. Rnssell is a fine citizen.and Mrs. Russell a most excellent lady. Jo Jr., too, will be greatly missed, as he is a very interesting little boy. It is only a short distance to Louisville, not counting the twenty mUes between Columbia and Campbellsville, and we hope to have this desirable family with us again some time in the future. convenience. A" t Mr. . h Burglar's Awful Deed. y. '''-.- ' 1 o. ' may not paralyze eome so completely a as mother's long illness. But Dr. King New Life Pills are spendid remedy for women. "They gave me wonderful benefit in constipation and female trouble wrote Mrs. M. C. Dulap, of Leadill, Tenn , If ailing try them 25c at' Paul! Drug Co. ' V-- . I&b.. A .. - -- rj.ytyi TT f, ,3 r.. u ! j fei-M.m w , ..-:-- 1 t m j .:i'l it , m r l w .l liy - ? LV? f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THe History of amount1 to but We Should those fees the Eighth .Grade, est member of our class, she is The Class of Legislators little. Elect. one 01 it s best students, is For instance a man is indicted for ath- w 7K The following paper was read quiet and doesn't care Taking into consideration the for a minor offense, the grand ?5 before the graduating class, in letic games. fact that at the coming Novem-- i jury returns the indictment, the as Edgar Reed, the Graded School, by Miss Ruth election we elect our repre- - clerk files it, makes the order, 7 In "Tis he who gives their hearts a thous- ber Fault, this city: and pains." every district in issues the process, issues the IN sentatives from T The history of our class is not Edgar has held a high rank in the State, to enact laws3for"the subpoena, indexes the case,dock- - 7i "in iy an eventful one, for we have THAT the class both years. Is inter- welfare and best interestsjof the ets it, enters the Sheriffs return, achieved no great things; no in having been citizens of Kentucky; and in4view etc. The first term of court after in ested in base ball, K special honors have been ours, manager of the team last year. of this fact we should be careful the indictment was filed comes only worked faithfully we have Martha Hainsley Crawford, in the selection oi the men to and the return of process shows IN the two years we have gone to "Whatever sky's above me, us at tfranKiort.aut is the party not tound, and on IN represent the Graded School and have, we There's a heart for every fate." to our interest to nominate men motion of Attorney for Common-an- d 7?N is a good student, She won our promotion. Martha feel, Is2Going ToThe elect them who Ijhavesome wealth the case is continued with IN out door September 20, 1909 when the likes tennis and other intelligent conception at least, alias process, which means the 7K school opened, most of us start- games. when voting upon almeasure as clerk must make another order, X in Harry Allen, ed. We were indeed fortunate to what laws will be the most issue the process again, enter in K in having Mrs. L. N. Grey for "I have met m?ny of these rattles beneficial and not burdensome to the number of page on the index, made a noise and buzzed." :&: our teacher. Very soon our that JN Harrv lives in the country but the common people of our com- - docket the action again and room established a reputation for And that Everybody who is Indebted for the R We have on the ter another return of the sheriff K is not distinctively a farmer boy. we have at perfect order, and IN IN IS Paper is Urged to Pay up within the next 7K He works hard in school and statue books of Kentucky" now ajof "not found." IN least tried to keep it. At the end The second term of court after NJ plays just as hard on the ball great many laws that are not en-- 1 2n IN Few Weeks of the first term, in December, forced, and the courts are power-- ! finding the indictment arrives diamond. IN Mrs. Grey was called away.' We less to enforce them without the and the case is continued again Susan Russell Miller, MX felt her loss and were indeed In JN people want them enforced. with alias process to this and xy I'm most a young lady, 1S sorry to give her up; but who I'll soon wear a train 7In There is a law against drunk-enes- s several other counties. It means in MX wished to complain when we got x.nd do up my hair, but ten the clerk must enter another and But I'll never be vain," ?IN Miss Rickman ? She was a splenSusan is one of our best girls, guilty men escape punishment order, index another page num-he'N h. did teacher and we were all very ,y, J issue seperate processes to In Likes out door where one suffers the penalty a fine student. IN Nt fond of her. under this law, and any person each of the counties named,dock-e- t IN games, especially Town ball. All who passed, and some new IN who observes the conditions exthe case again, and enter the IN Albia Eubank. Njr ones started back in September, JN isting will testify to the truth- sheriffs returns from each of the "He loved chivalrye, K 1910. Mrs. Sanders has been Trouthe and honour, freedom and fulness of this statement. The counties to which he sent procesIN courteisye." our teacher this year, and we clause of the interstate commerce ses. This proceeding may be con- M' 7n IN good boy. cn truthfully say, never was Albia is an law permitting the shipping of tinued probably for 3 or 4 years My NX there a better, more painstaking A good student and interested in liquor from one state into the in some cases, and the IN clerk is IN do i teacher, one more devoted to her athletics. IN prohibition territory of another ordered to do the same work at In Nl Thomas Patteson, pupils or having their interest 7TC is a menace to the citizens who each term of the court. Finally K ts K more at heart. We are all grate- "And I would that my tongue could ?K want local option, and there it appears that the man utter, Ny fN IN ful for what she has done for us The thoughts that arise in me." should be some means to remedy cannot be found at all. The comDuring the entire two years, Tom is a member of the Base- the defect: it simply makes monwealth attorney makes a moProf. Wilson has had charge of ball team. He studies hard and drunkards and sots. I believe tion that the case be dismissed or our mathematics, and we" are is therefore ready for Hi&h that when a man orders liquor filed which is usually the end of greatly indebted to him for the School. Has had a hard time from a dealer in another State, it, and the clerk has performed l splendid training he has given with whooping cough this spring. K that the dealer should be prohib- all the work in the case for no IN IN us in that work. Kate Jones, ited from shipping it to any pay whatever. You take 40 or Tn K Although we have never had "Growing up so meek and good, other person residing in local 50 similar cases in one county Niy Tn Even from her babyhood." Nl the highest monthly attendance, K Kate is really a good girl. She option territory in another state, during the course of one or two IN we do not consider it a short comK studies hard and never gives the except to the party whose name years, and some idea can be IN ing of our class, for several pu is signed to the order, and the formed of the amount of work IN pils were enrolled who for differ-- teacher any trouble. IN practice of shipping to other the circuit clerks actually do for IN Summers, Robert IN ent reasons stopped.thus causing persons ought to be stopped, and the state every year, for which "In my wisdom there is woe, the lower percent in attendance. In my knowledge, care." the man who orders liquor should they receive no pay whatever. TN X xl iias iiul ueen tne xauit oi mei niLUUUgu ru4-1- iiao i,nA iuoc- - be compelled to go to the railroad It is true TN iiau that the commonwealth NL nuuci i y faithful ones. Some of the class IN cough he has express agent and get the pack- has derived no benefit from the IN oa and whooping NJ K nave had roseola and whooping come on to school studied hard Tn age himself. If such was the actions, but the clerks, are not NL cough, but in most cases that and is ready for High School. case there would be less liquor responsible for that. It is a fact nh IN did not bring the attendance y that Myself, And brought into this county to the circuit clerks are the down much. Having worked faithfully the the souls of the young men, hardest worked set of officials in IN Of a class cf fifteen, fourteen two years, and been rewarded Njy the state for the pay they get, IN and the older ones as well. received diplomas. There names with promotion, we intend, with The dog tax is another law and in some of the remote coun-thare as follows: the same determination, to enter should be repealed by the ties if it were not for the costs Dora Ler Eubank, High School, and to make the next Legislature from the fact they get out of the civil suits, K IN "A little bud of loveliness that should most of our eyery opportunity. that it is not a fair, just law; it some of them would have to seek Niy never grow old." Tn Nt Ruth Paull. is generally ture that the class other employment for a living. IN 7!n Dora is a good student. She IN majority of That is why I say they should Niy of people who own a likes History her favorite Amer Here are the Facts. IN IN the dogs are unable to pay tax receive some fixed salary from Y ican hero being one of the Admit IN Nt rals of the Spanish war. Here are the facts about mov- on them, and a hardship is the state. It seems that when K IN ?lN N S Bryan Garnett, ing picture shows in the United wrought on the poorer class of we send our lawmakers to Frank- 7K IN "Deign on the passing world to turn ki people by taxing their dogs, when fort to enact measures for the IN States. thine eyes L Njr There are 13,000 of them and they are unable to meet their good of the people in general, TIN IN And pause awhile in learning to be 5E they entertain, on the average, other taxes, to say nothing of that they pass measures favorIN IN wise." Bryan came to us a few 4,000,000 people every day. ably to the high officials who al WkWkWkWkWGfc the dogs. In other words, the public is If the property owners of Ken- ready rceive more pay than they months since from near Tabor, and at once established his "rep" .spending $102,000,000 a year for tucky were required by law to are entitled to, considering the as a good student and has kept this form of diversion from dull list their real and personal pro services they render, and ignore Care. it Npvpr knnwn tn 1n nnvtf-iinoperty at a fair cash value the altogether any law that would' ., ine matins oj. iiiuuuii films taxes from this source would be benefit the hardworked minor, uau. Dreams of being President employs an army ftf actors and some day. workmen, and ijSlS.UUu.UUU was amply sufficient to meet the run- officials, who should receive the j A Few of our Specials for Smokers , Ruth Ingram, ning expenses of state Govern- consideration they are deserving films last year. spent for "A smiie. a smile, a beaming smile, $1.85 Tox of 50, per box Owl Cigars, Edison gets a rovalty ranging ment without any additional bur- of. How oft it doth a heart beguile," ' ' 50 1.75 " Daniel Boone Ruth is one of our good humor- from $8,000 to $15,000 a week dens. In my opinion there is Lets find out this year what " ' 100 ' 3.60 Straus No. 9 his invention and is now one law that should be added to the men who want to go to the ' ed girls. Never known to be from 3.75 " ' 100 ' Chas. Denby sitting up nights to reduce a the Kentucky statues, and that Legislature from this district 3.75 100 mad. Never gives the, teacher San Felice ' startling improvement to make is a measure allowing the circuit will stand for, when they get to 1.85 50 El. Toro Porto Rican any trouble. 4.00 " ' 50 ' ' Optimo 10c St. Size Grace Elizabeth Conover, the pictures talk, just like ac clerks of the state a salary of Frankfort, and I am sure we are 5.50 " . 50 Optimo 2 for 25c Size "Unto the ground she cast her modest tors, so that the "canned drama" $200 or $250 per year payable able to choose a man from, the ' 50 ' " , ,3.50 Quail Perfect eye, will no longer be a silent perfor- out of the state Treasury, for ser list already submitted in Adair 3.75 " ' 50 ' And ever and anon the bashful blush mance. La Aaz 10c St. Size vices rendered in misdemeanor county, who is not wishy washy ' ' " Her rosy cheeks did dye." 7.50 100 Filson Club 10c St. Size What is the net result of this cases for which they now re- and will do just what he promiis one of our best stu" ' 25 ' ' 2.85 Grace Filson Club 2 for 25c Size ceive no compensation whatever. ses to do in the Legislative Halls ' 4.50 " dents. Ha3 done good work all development? 50 ' Cherterfield More fun at less cost to the It is true that the circuit clerks at Frankfort, when by our votes Cigaretts, all brands of 5c sold by us 6 packs for 25c the year. Is fond of tennis. The day is near when receive $5.00 for each felony we bestow upon him the honor of After having passed Mrs. San-de- masses. All 15c branes 2 for 25c All 25c brands for 20c smal- case disposed of and stricken representing us in the next GenMail orders filled on the same day as received. exam's, who can deny that the humblest purse and the lest hamlet will have art music from the docket, and 10 per eral Assembly of Kentucky, xand she is ready for Higfc School? PHARMACY, Stea&SSSTv. CITY and drama that lay only within cent of the fines and forfeitures' the other Districts of the state Ruth Dexter English, Cut Rates 'Alas! why quitted, is she changed? the reach of the richest a few reported and paid into the should do likewise, it matters but now generations ago. And that is Treasury from their respective not whether the representative The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al The weight of intellect is on her progress in the right direction. counties, but in the counties of be a Republican or Democrat. brow." Both One Year for $1.50. Fred McL. the remote districts of the state, Although Dexter is the young- - Ex. REMEMBER The Adair County News ; i TV SN . I j ! Cash Basis lth. boot-leggin- g, r, J The System will be Better Jfor '".-the Subscriber andj3 also tne Publisher --r- a all-rou- nd not want to Lose a Single We Subscriber, but liwant to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List j $1.50 VN VN aui,i, , , ! One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly -- J i dis-tro- i Courier Journal One Year at j Louisville Times and News -- NT $4.50 WkWkWkWkWk j r Smokers Attention 4 i J , 4 4 rs HALL , . An A v ." 'Vp -- A :sl J, ,J. if' ' & ?. - - m t sr- K: s3? - i, rs 1HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS A PIONEER JOURNEY. then called Fort Man. Here I not feeling well, but went to my ' 7. A primary for the uuiuimuuuuimiuiuiuitiiiiuuiiiuiiiuuu!uiuiu!ujm i Uncle Ben Carter Writes of Wagon Journey to the Southwest, Made in 1851. ' v The regiment finally got ahead of us. In a short time one of our boys was taken down with the cholera and died in a few days. For his burial we placed the body on an undressed bur dry buffalo skin and lowered it into the grave by holding to the legs of the skin. We folded the skin over the body and I placed his hat over the face. We filled the grave half full of dirt, then put in a large log to keep wolves from disturbing the body. Several of us had light attacks of cholera, I among others. Near here we saw the bodies of 16 buffaloes scattered over about four acres of ground. We found that they had been killed by arrows and lances and the Indians had cut the tongues from all that I examined. We also saw a great pile of mules which had been frozen to death during a blizzard. I counted the heads and found that there were about return seventy-fivOn the trip, we observed that the bodies e. lay in straight rows. I will now relate an incident with it, I cannot describe my feelings. We were camped near the Pawnee river, and about we saw about a quarter of a mile from us, some 75 or 100 Indians on their ponies. We had just begun unyoking our teams and the order was given to do so quickly, but I became so sun-down, saw the greatest sight of my life. The two regiments of soldiers referred to were at this fort. All among them now seemed well. Here also, were Indians to the number of 30,000. Their tents covered about 80 acres of ground. They claim 7,000 war riors, the others being women and children. We corralled our wagons near the fort in order to get dinner. We found the Indians very angry. They had stolen a mule from the soldiers, and Col. Sumner, the commander of the regiment, had sent orders to their chief that unles3 the mule was given up by a certain hour, he would turn the batteries on them, so they surrendered him. One Indian told us by signs and by words that they intended to scalp all the pale faces as soon as the sun went down. This Indian while imparting this information, sat on the ground and leaned against the greased hub of my wagon and as his blanket slipped down to his waist, he soon found his back was covered with axle grease. He became very angry and made good use of our language when it came to swearing. Just at this time, two Indian boys came wagon. They stopped and took aim at me with their bows and arrows. wagon and loaded my gun full. of all State officers by both I felt that I could only fire one parties, the expense to be met by 5 shot so I wanted it to count, but the State, the poor man to be ' 5 I everything was quiet through given an equal chance with the Z the night and as soon as it was rich in offering for office. :3 light enough to see the teams, 8. A constitutional amendment ' 52 we hitched them to the wagons giving the people the right, if and passed throifgh camp. We they so desire, to revise the tax irs never saw any of them after that. system. 2 We moved up the river about 9. The removal, by law, of the ten miles from Ft. Man and j peace officer who fails to protect j . Money is Tight And we all must economize by buying where we can get the lowest PRICES an any and Everything. To do so, we used his prisoner. crossed. doubled teams, 12 yoke to a wa-- , The Times here pledges itself gon. The river was about waist to put these questions directly :3 X3 deep and a fourth of a mile wide, up to every legislative candidate Si The snow and ice had just come who announces in Louisville or zzZ. ' down from the mountains so the of Jefferson county. It now puts 2i il WOODSON LEWS 3 rsl '3 ; GREENSBURQ, KY. , TKrt rilo4 " I u. fwrtrtM fl)cvrnlllsMsUnks?ssv Ul CCII iuVvl el"i UldlltsSJS, 5 S ' Distributor that occurred, but in connection galloping up to my weak I could scarcely unyoke and it seemed impossible for me to get my gun, and was ready if they came nearer. They started for us but stopped when about halfway from camp and had another parley and then began moving in squads until they surrounded our camp. They were angry and looked savage. They rode without saddle or bridle and guided their ponies perfectly by the motion of their bodies. They were armed with bows, arrows and lances. About dark they left us but we made all preparations for trouble the next morning and placed a double guard on hsrseback, around our cattle that night. I was placed to guard a part of the cattle, but in some way got lost during the night and did not know where camp was as we never had lights in camp at night, so I had no means of determining. I cer tainly thought of home and "Old Kentuck." I stayed with my part of the herd and just before day some of the boys found me and it was just sunrise when we reached camp, but we were not bothered by the Indians as we trol for the State's penal institu2. How secure attendance, G. tions, appointed by the GoverW. Turner. nor, and approved by the Senate, 3. Relation of the Sunday in the place of the political maSchool to the church, Rev. G. R. chine and lobby now constituted Abrell and M. E. Blair. by the 'Board of Penitentiary on other ponies saw to it that 4. Duties of Sunday school Commissioners maintained at they traveled alright. The short teachers, Burton Yates and J.W. poles were fastened in the the State's expense. The aboli- Marshall. tent labor system. same way to the dogs. Each tion of the contract 5. What the Sunday school is employment of the convicts doing for our country, Rev. G. little child was carried on the J The building of roads. W. Collins and, j. V. Dudley. mother's Back. It took several in the had expected. hours for them to pass us. The 4, The overthrow of the lobby 6. Duties of parents toward got to the great bend When we Sunday school, Matthew Taysoldiers followed the Indians and by the use of the initiative and the river we were on the Arkansas lor and Luther Williams. our band followed the soldiers.' referendum, if it can be accom- about half way to Santa Fe. 7. lne sunaay scnooi as a plished in no other way. along the valley of The first night all camped near Our road ran social Factor, Elbert Webb and We did not unyoke. 5, state inspection of State and we had good water each other. John Jones. the river our teams. I heard our boss say banks. Sunday schools of this district plenty of grass for the cattle and "Every man, sick or wefChas $. Popular election of United are urgently requested to make game for ourselves. About 125 reports at this convention. miles fram this bend was a fort, to stand guard tonight" I was States Senators, I sprang from the ground where I had been sitting and was ready for them in an instant. At this they turned their ponies and rode off, shouting and laughing; These indians had met here intending to go to Fort Kearney to make a treaty with the whites and to receive presents from them, and they now made preparations to start. It was interesting to see the manner in which they traveled and carried their camping outfit. They took their longest tent poles and them to the shoulders of the ponies, two or three poles on each side. The other end of the pole was on the ground. Then behind the pony, they tied a large basket to the poles. These baskets were made of bark, in size about five feet long, two and a half fee't deep and three wide. These weie filled with children, packed in so tight that not one could fall out, generally 8 or 10 in a basket. They were from three to eight years old and were as happy as any children I ever saw. They wore no clothes of any description, Hundreds of ponies were fixed up in this way. They had no drivers but the mothers of the children who rode fas-tened water was very cold, We had these questions directly to Sen- Offerspure Hog Lard 50 lb Tins at $5.50 to make two trips each to get ator McCreary and to Mr. " Hogless Lard 50 lb Tins $4.49 all over, The sun was hot Addams, the candidates for the them Highest Grade Fancy Patent Flour 65c 241bs bag but we got chilled through. Whan Democratic nomination for the "" " " $5.00 per.Bbl. -. &J we were all over, the boss gave governorship. will make It Second Patent Flour, 55c241bs bag :3 us a chance to drink some of his known their response or their .j-J $4.49 per Bbl. brandy and none of us refused, failure to respond. It requests Lard anp Flour bothe Guaranteed to give satisfaction. If EE not exactly as represented, we invite you to return. No 2 Here we rested until night and ' of them to answer before the 2 charge for what it takes to try. then moved across a country.dry day set for the primary. Wire and Wire Fence and barren, without water or The one and only time in which s m- - Stardard 25c ars 10 Bars 47 in Standard 2Sc grass for our cattle. We travel-- . the people control the politicians izzs 8 " 32 in. " lSJc 7 bars 26 in 2&c ar RC TViiloc! in fV?C! ittott ovi1 nm? TC nrnon fia nAlifinioyic! axe An nva uc- j "v. pwiiawniio . "" .uuw.wwnaj-auT J pjL.OD DpOOl OI OU rOQS ueuueu vviie, miuw craiiu, 2 er unlocked our teams for two pendent on the people for nomi-- 1 Barbed Wire GHddens Brand $2 5Q gpool of g() days and nights and when we nation and election. The one, Wire and Wire products have advanced fully ten per cent. only time in which the peo- - s but we offer at same prices as made before any advance. reached the Cinnamon river, the and E have the power to exact in cattle were just fagged out, but Fertilizers pledges is before nomination and here we had plenty of water for 10-- 2 at 90c. for Corn at $1.05 corn or tobacco election. The man who goes to them, and for ourselves. Some at $1.30 for Tobacco. ' Write for prices, any analysis you need. of our men on this long journey Frankfort unpledged is free to Disc Harrows at following Bargain Prices would go to sleep while walking. make his own terms. The man 8 Discs 16 in. at $17.00 10 Discs 16 in. at $18.00 One man went to sleep and who goes pledged cannot escape & ' $19.50 "" 12 8 18 $19.00 started away from the road and responsibility if his pledges are ' " "" 10 18 $20.50 E12 $21.50 we could not wake him until we violated. Other sizes at same proportion shook him. A few of the cattle There have been strong forces Cultivators drank so much water, they died at work in both parties to keep Two HorselWalking $15.50 and $16.00 Kentucky illiterate, her roads in a short time. Two Horse Riding $25.00 and $27.00 To be continued unbuilt, her prisons the richest Our Cultivators are the best made. All Equipspoil in a system of spoils,her3 ped with 8 points 4 shovels and 4 Bull Tongues. To the Democratic Press. taxes oppressive, her elections 3 Five tooth Cultivators with lever$2.25 " " " $3.10 Fourteen tooth E The people of Kentucky can the prey of the powerful, her BIack Hawk Corn Planters, Check Rowers $34.00 2 horse have insured to them when the lack of law and order a byword " " D1Is 0ne horse with Fertilizer 511-5" next session of the Legislature for. others, a curse to herself. ',3 " co Kfv " "i--i ends, good roads, good school Strong forces will be needed to S We belong to no retailers combine. We make the Price :E buildings bipartisan control of right these wrongs. The Times 3 ARE YOU WITH US. the penitentiaries, the power to as a Democratic newspaper be CorrespondenceJSolicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. revise the tax system, if they lieves that the Democratic press see fit, the overthrow of the and the people of Kentucky TsmwnmimninmNmmwwn minnimtnmnnnnHnnif? lobby and the other reforms of possess the power requisite. As which the State stands in such a Democratic newpaper, it calls sore need, if every Democratic on thom to exercise it, before newspaper in Kentucky will de- the power is taken from them by mand and secure from the Demo- their failure to act. Louisville Columbia District Sunday School Conference, to be cratic candidate in its legislative Times. Held at Russell Springs, Ky. district a pledge as to the way in June 6, 1911. Program. which his vote, in the event that" 9 a. m. Devotional, Rev.Chas. T. Young he is elected, will be cast on the " Organization 9: 5 Program of Sunday school con- 9:30 " following measures: The Sunday School-I- ts Value vention of Magisterial district (a) In Producing Citizenship F. R. Winfrey 1. State aid for good roads. '2 .3 '3 r 3 ; -; ! u "y ! "-- . j 2 g rUJ TT7- A rin..i.b ( j 1-8- -2 ; 2-8- -4 ' -- ( !3 '3 I 0 g 3 ,3 . Program ! 1 2. The right of the counties to No. issue bonds to build schoolhouses. 3. A bipartisan board of con- to be held at Glenville Sunday afternoon June 4th. 3. 1. 1 The purpose of this conven- (b) As a Nursery of the Church 0: 5 a. m. The Modern Sunday School How Organized and Conducted Followed by General Discussion 1 W. S. Knight Rev. J. H. Walker Rev. B. M. Currie tion, M. E. Blair. 11 a. m. Preaching - ' NOON V. C. Christie p. m. Devotional The Sunday School as a Missionary Agency Rev. J. L.Murrell 2:15 The Organized Class O. B. Finn and G. A. Barnes 2:45 Our literatureIts Advantages and improvements 3 C. O. Moss 2: 3:15 3:45 4 7:45 The Sunday School and Evangelism Our Epworth League Work Round Table Adjournment. Preaching K' Rev. R. L. Tally Rev. J. A. Johnson Rev. J. H. Walker, Layman's Conference June 8 1911. 1:30 1:45 p. m, DevotIonaI " The Why . H.McBeath 2:30 2:45 3 ' 3:30 , and How of the Layman's Missionary Movement C O. Moss and G. W. Pangbum " Its Progress F. R. Wmkey and R. R. Moss " The Grace of Liberality O. B. Bertram and G W n,l? The General Outlook Gov. J. R. Hmdman or W. S. Knight " Electioirof Delegates to the Annual Conference T. L. Hulse, P. E, ;?f..-' -- ' if- - t. - 4 - T i , m i&VTfT ", . i :M i . : -- V - V I I THE THErAL'AlR COUNT COUNTY MWS NFWS that the amendment t0 the con" jfession of faith, "modifying the Published Every Wednesday "elect infant"clause, be submit- - - BY THE ted to the Presbyteries to be Adair County; News Company. voted on. " ADfilR I )Ifc09BNBHDBBraMraOHHHUBIiSi' H Kft'&B$fiQ8HBB&$SBSrawra$! m: I Hon. Woodson May, of Somerbe-- 1 EDITOR. set, who was importuned to CHAS. S. HARRIS . come a candidate for Clerk of the Democratic newspaper devoted to the in- - CoUl't of Appeals, and who re- terest of tin Citv of Columbia and the neonle ' CeiVeCl many complimentary no tf Adair and adjacent counties. tices as to his fitness, has decline Entered at the Columbia as seced to enter the contest for the ond class mailiroatter. nomination. i ( Incorporated.) Buggies At Reduced Prices ; I Post-oflic- m i A very enthusiastic good roads When death visits a family and meeting was held at Glasgow removes a member who was last Saturday. More than one weighted with many years, we thousand delegates were present most generally say he fought a;to discuss the proposed central; good fight, he ran his course, route from Louisville to Lincoln ready now to enter upon his re- - Iarm and on to the Tennessee1 ward. We know that when old line. i WED. MAY. 31. 1911, m i V ' age comes, death soon follows, The fourth candidate for Raii and we are resigned to the inev- -' road Commissioner, subject to itable-ner- ved to meet it But the action of the Democrats of! when a blooming young woman, the 2nd district is out in"the per-th- e pride of fond parents, idolized son of Judge John E Newman, by devoted brothers and sisters, of Nelson county loved by all her mends, possess- ing a most lovable, Christian ' President Taf t sent a message character, passes over the river of congratulation to the new! of death, it is hard to understand President of Mexico Francisco why she was taken. Hence in Leon de la Barra. the removal of Miss Ina Hulse, strongmen and strong women The six months war in Mexico cost about $20,000,000. The new were made to weep, and mourn- President will take immediate ers went about our streets, steps to pay the debt. While the silver cord has been . loosed and the pitcher broken at ' The General Assembly of the the fountain, we must say! Thy Presbyterian Church will be held will, O God, and resignedly sub ' in Louisville next year. mit, knowing that beyond thei veil there will be another meet-- 1 ill Former President Diaz ing. The death of Miss' make his home in Spain. Clara Wilson, though young, was ' ' not a surprise, as she was a IRON FENCE CHEAPER THAN WOOD victim of pulmonary trouble, a' X i i i disease from which death is the Biiiiiii ffmffliiiiiiiM a 11 jj 1 1 lm in 1 1 only relief, though a patient Willi ll ill i it in mi i might linger for months and in some instances for several years. iron Fence We Miss Wilson was a young lady of MANUFACTURED BY The Stewart Iron Works Company many noble traits of character, ready to meet her God, her true "Whose CINCINNATI, OHIO Highest Fence received the Christian life being known and Award, "Gold Medal," World's Fair, St. Louis, 1904. The most economical fence you can admired by this entire communibuy. Price les3 than a respectable wood ty. Those to whom she was fence. Why not replace your old one now, with a neat, attractive IBOX FEXCE, near and dear, cannot suppress AST A UFETIME." Over 100 designs of Iron Fence, Iron Flower Vase, Settees, eta, shown in our catalogues. feelings of the deepest sorrow; low Prices will Surprise iou. CALL AND SEE VS. but knowing that her affliction S. P Eubank was incurable by human skill, Columbia, Ky. they should rejoice that she is Bakerton. now free from pain, having entered by way of the straight We had a nice rain last week gate, and is with loved ones gone which was needed badly. before. Joe Gilbert and Miss Minnie Melton were made one by Esq., The Democrats throughout this Vollie Smith, last week. section of the State are remindMisses Willie and Stella Parish ed that it is only one month until the State primary, and Mr. went to Burkesville, yesterday. Garnett's friends are urged to Thomas & Young are receiving, become active, and'Jbe sure to be prizing tobacco for the Louisville attbe polls Saturday, July 1st. market. At this time there is scarcely a Sterling Rose, Dallas Parrish doubt but the Adair county man and others, are catching lots of will be nominated for Attorney-Genera- nice fish at the mouth of-- Crocus but at the same' time it Creek. is not good politics;for his friends j a. Lroit, oi uoiumbia, was to become too sanguine. The visiting his parents in Howard's men who are generally success- Bottom, last week. ful in races are the ones who The river is too low for Steam stir from the rising of the sun to boats at present. Gasoliue boats the setting thereof every day will start soon. until a settlement has been reachThere will be a lot of the young i V1 y' A X x ' T? " ' y ' Tf : X Yyf V , , : I We are offering our entire stock of Buggies at Greatly Reduced Prices. Why not look them over and let us rock you light and easy m j j j Reed Hardware Co. Columbia, Kentucky. j MMininiHiiin m mmMmwmmwMmmmmmmmi He was kicked by a horse some time ago. Mrs. Mary Glidewell, of How ard's Bottom, visited her daughter, Mrs. H. J. Smith, one night last week. Miss Lalla Thomas, of Beck's Store, is visiting" her little cousin, Miss Ruth Thomas, on Crocus. Duff Allen, of Lawson Bottom, was here shopping to-da- y. ter. MR. PROPERTY OWNER-St- op! Consider! Why not use the best possible when YOU pay the bill? 1 1 J i . Mj Sell 1 1 Hanna's Green Seal Stands for everything that is best in paint. The pigments used are properly proportioned and thoroughly compounded. STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE IS i5fjj j i Miss Hattie Glidewell attended the examination at Burkesville, last Friday and Saturday. Tom Goff drilled Dr. Simpson a well last week, and struck wa- Mf fill! feet. Claude Strange is carrying the mail from Burkesville to Aman-davill25 ter at 'BANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT FOR 8 ALE BY is Made to Wear" e. THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE G. M. Dillon is going to take in the meeting at Albany next urday night and Sunday. Sunday. Mrs. Anna Neat and Miss BesMisses Velar Gilbert and Susie sie Burton were at 'Vester shopRadford, were shopping in Ba- ping last Monday. kerton, last Wednesday. Mr. V. B. Smythe, wife and Aunt Amelia Baker, of color, children were visiting the latter's who has been sick for some time, S. N. HANCOCK WATCH MAKER and JEWELER OPTICIAN My Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction Office in isn't any better. Vester. parents, from Thursday Saturday. until f J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store. Mr. G. F. Pike, who has been sick for some time is improving. l, Mrs. Cordie Goodan was the Born, to the wife of Wesley guest of Mrs. S. J. Dooley, last Eila. Friday. Burton, May 20, a girl. The farmers are taking advanSeveral from this place attendMr. Chester Dooley was visited the Teachers' Association at ing his sister, Mrs. Nora Smythe, tage of the pretty weather, and Concord last Sunday. All report of near Columbia, last Saturday, replanting their corn. Wheat in this community looks an enjoyable time. night and Sunday. promising. Mr. Billy Curry and wife, of Mrs. Cordie Goodan was visitMrs. Margaret Williams, who Ella, were in our town last Tues- ing her mother, Mrs. Sarah Curday on business. ry, last Saturday night and Sun- Jias been sick for some time, is Rev. J. M. Turner filled his day. ed. President Taf t denied the pardon applications of Charles W. Morse, of New York, and John R. Walsh, of Chicago, the two big bank wreckers. The President stated that their crimes were great, or words tothat effect, and that their former standing cut no ice with him. At the meeting of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church held in Atlantic City, N. J., last week, it was agreed regular appointment at Bear Wallow church, last Sunday. folks that will attend the dedicaMr. J. H. Morris and wife tion of a new church at Albawere at Vester, shopping, last ny, next Sunday. .They are ex Wednesday. pecting a fine time. Mrs. Sillar Burton and children G. D. Parrish is going to take spent several days of last week an interest in a handle factory at with her mother, Mrs. Beckey Burkesville, this fall. Harmon. Little Bettie Jane Irvin has a Miss Berch Burton, of Watson, case of roseola, but is better at was the pleasant guest of her this writing. sister, Mrs. Anna Neat, last SatPeople in general, are getting urday night. along nicely with their crops, in Mr. Milton Smiley wife and this neighborhood. children, were visiting Mr. Ben Mr. W.S. Neathery is lots betr F. Burton and family, last Sat- - not improving at this writing. Mrs. Sophia Smiley, was Lizzie Abrell was visiting her May 21, visiting the family of J. B. Abrell Last Sunday morning uncle, Mr. L. H. Bricken, last at half after 8 o'clock, Mr. The- Friday night. one day last week. odore Holmes and Mrs. Matra Misses Manda Clayborn and Mr. J. B. Rasner is seriously in marriage, Antle were united Mattie Ayers were visiting Miss ill. Rev. Jim Burton officiating. Lizzie Abrell, one evening last There were a large number of Miss Donnie Rasner was the week. friends present. The neighbor- Dleasant guest of Miss Lizzie Mr. Lilburn Bottom and Mr. hood extends its best wishes, Abrell, last Friday. Elmer Hudson, from the Russell trusting that nothing will come The singing at the Gooden Springs, were visiting near Ella, into their lives as the years come school house, is getting along last Sunday. and go to mar their plighted love, nicely, under the management of 1 should be glad to hear from any one and that they may live happily J. M. Tarter.. wishing to take piano lessons during and long upon earth, an& when Mrs. Mary Goodin is very sick the summer months. I expeci to spend a part of my vacation in Columbia, and old age comes, it will T)e a sweet at. present. should like to have at least eight or ten Very Reept., retrospect to refer to the day. Mr. R. L. Neat sold a. nice pupils. Mattie Taylor. n when their hearts were made one. shoat to J. B. Abrell, Jor $4. College. Campbell-Hagerraa- There will be a show at Goodin school house, next Monday night. Every body invited. Mrs. Lizzie Rice, from Absher, was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Fardwick's last Saturday and Sunday. - MS. ;.-- - 4? - if- -- -L a V. I L it w in Bogard, when Mr. Tom Taylor, another Adair county man walkQ. P. SMYTHE ed up and said: ''Birds of a feathfor er will flock together." So you FIRE INSURANCE see there are more people than myself love to meet Kentuckians. and There are quite a number from REAL ESTATE old Kentucky in and around Bogard. Mr. Russell and his Mr. Carter, came here Administor's iale. last Spring from Marion county, COURT. CUMBERLAND CIRCUIT Mr. Russell locating in Bogard, L. D. Potts, as Adminis-- 1 f NOTICE trator of John S. Potts, and Mr. Carter out in the coundeceased, petitioner ex- - f try a piece. I enjoy listening to J partee, Notice is hereby given that I, as Ad- Mr. Russell talk, especially when ministrator, of the estate of L. D. he talks about my old friends and Potts, lately deceased, in obedience to H. C. an order made and entered in the above acquaintances, Messrs. styled proceeding, at the last March Walker, J. Cager Yates, J. T. term of thejabove named Court, will on Monday the 5th day of June, 1911, it Kemp and many others that I being the first day of the regular coun- knew. s son-in-law, , t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS s m Farmers Who have used the Genuine Brown Cultivator will buy no other Call on FTk ty court, at the court house door in the town of Columbia, at or near the hour of one o'clock, p. m., on said day, offer j with me, and George Shirly and ior saie ana sen at puuuc ouicry iu me Sawnev BrOWIlincr. Who Came highest and best bidder, on a credit oi three months from day of sale, fifteen this spring, all have gocd homes ahares of the capital stock in the Bank and good jobs. of Columbia, of the par value of; Well what has become of my $100.00 per share, the book value there- schoolmate, James , old friend and of now being $213.33 per share I will offer said shares of stock sep- - H. Turk? When I last heard arately and then all together, and the way the same brings the most money 1 from him he was writing to the will sell same. The purchaser will be News from some where in Ar- required to execute to me as Adminis-- 1 kangas Jim wh not ,et ug hear J I ' (cffrics Hardware Store They will supply your wants trator bond, with good and solvent se-- 1 curity, for the purchase of same, .due and payable in three months, with in- -' from you again. x We want to buy a horse. Richardson & Beck El terest from day of sale until paid, gia(j t0 rea(j a letterf rom Gadder ry, were visiting the forRoyse, of mers parents, Dr. and Mrs. Z.T. Said shares of stock are represented by my old friend Pierce certincate jno., iz ana were oneu uy Oklahoma, that 1 Used to see SO Gabbert Saturday and Sunday. Jcihn S. Potts at the time of his death. Mrs, Martha A. Wethington, often' l WlU cloSe bv Wishing This May 1st, 1911. ' L. D. Potts. Administrator the News and its many readers an old and much respected lady died on the second inst. She much success. Bord- - M- was laid to rest in the McWhor-te- r L. M. Wilmore. cemetery. She was eighty May 22, 1911. years old and had been a nember Editor News: j was i Paso, Texas. Proi ram Of j 16 Luther Young I ; As my cousin, the Gradyville correspondent, complimented my letters, I will try again, but I want him to distinctly under- stand that while I was telling about the large hog I helped to butcher, that I didn't mean in the least to make it appear that ' Missouri could beat Kentucky on growing large hogs, for I don't, think Kentucky could be excelled on hogs or any thing else, and 1 think the Coburg correspondent ' can verif y my statement, for he spoke of such as we were writing about as being mere pigs by the side of some his neighbor raised, so you see the Gradyville corres-- , . j j J pondent and myself have never' been about enough to know just j what the possibilities of Ken- tucky are. I would love for Co- -' burg to propose a hog show with Gradyville, at the Columbia Fair. I know Gradyyille could give them a colt show, and I believe a hog show too. i to hear of so much damage done in Adair and adjoining counties from the heavy rains the 29th and 30th of April glad to know there were no lives lost. It began raining here late in the afternoon Saturday and rained and thundered and lightened all night long. It made me think of the 7th of June four years ago, at Gradyville. We were sorry r Farmers here have been very busy plowing and planting corn for the last few days. Corn is coming up fine this season. Wheat, oats and meadows are looking fine. People here tell me we have the best prospect for wheat there has been for years. Mrs. Bettie Burbridge and sons, formerly of Adair county, but who have resided in New Mexico for the past five years, have re-cen- tlv located near Bogard. Mrs. Burbridge and her sister, boarded at Mrs. Rosenbaum, Father's and went to school when I was about ten years old, so you know I am glad- - to have them locate so near me. I was talking to the boys the other day of the Christian church for many years. She leaves a host of friends and relatives to mourn her departure. The people in this community are highly pleased over the buildHome ing of the bridge at Neatsville. Let us have plenty of bridges over our water courses and you co Revolution. Correct and Artistic Decoration at will see our county develop ' as it We were "just across the Rio Moderate Cost. Grande, which is not over one ' never did before. Henry Bosch Company's yards wide at this place, D. Knifley sold one milch cow hundred m and the Mexicans were fighting !and calf t0 J- - L Hendrickson one W3II j last week for $42.50; also on the other side of us the (just Hew York Chicago across) river. two yearling steers to Bun Hum-phreFor the Season of Nine- represent the at 41 cents; also four head Well I guess the News knows best the World affords many was killed in the of cattle to Henry Collins at 4 about how Simple books Shown at your resibattle of Juarez Mexico, but may dence and most attractive prices and 41 cents. named. There is no obligation to i4 purchase. be some of the people dosn't. A postal card to address below Mrs. N. J. Chelf was visiting will receive immediate attention. There were about 180 killed and her daughter, Mrs. Harland J G. EUBANK close to 500 wounded, that is as Columbia, Ky. Penn, of Mannsville, a few days close to it as can be found out. of last week. There was stray bullets went far Mr, and Mrs. F. M. Gabbert of into the city of El Paso, and Athertonville, were visiting Dr. killed at least 6 citizens and Z. T. Gabbert and family last wounded about twelve. Saturday night and Sunday. There has been an armistic Casey Creek. signed for peace in Mexico for LOUISVILLE MARKETS. five days, and I think there will Bro. M ay filled his appointment at this place the 1st Sun- Lalest Quotations on Live Stock be peace within a short time and I sure hope there will for they day. CATTLE are keeping us down here on the We had a rain on the 20th, Shipping steer $5.255.40 border of Mexico, and the sand which was badly needed. Beef steers 4.755.50 Fat heifers and cows 4754.85 is about half knee deep. Berger of LouisMr. Randal Cutters Well News is scarce with me 2.503.75 ville, is spending a few days Canners 1.252.25 and I will ring off hoping to hear 4.504 75 with his aunt, Mrs. E. W.Smith, Bulls Feeders 5.005.50 from some of the Adair county of this place. Stockers 3.004.05 boys soon. Joe K. Sparks, i. A. Stayton, J. C. Choice milch cows Messrs. J. Co. H. 23rd Inf., Common to fair cows . . . Mann, J. I. Richardson and HOGS Font Bliss, Texas. ' Ranald Berger, were fishing on Choice 220 up 5.90 6.00 of the Mediums, 160 to 220 Green River the last Crocus. Pigs 6.45 week and caught a few cats. Roughs 5.45 Born, to the wife of Mr.Avalee' SHEEP AND LAMBS Mr. J. M. Wolford and son, 7.50 Collins, on the 11th, a boy. BesJambs Herby, were in Marion county Culls :. 4.005.50 Mrs. Verda Kelsay and chil3.75-- 4 25 Fatsheep last week on business. GRAIN. dren, are visiting her parents Mr. P. W. Chelf is now out of Wheat 90 week. 7 the goat business, having sold Corn 50 this Local Market. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Aaron, all his goats to F. C. Land of Casey county. attended the funeral of Mrs. W. 10 Wheat, Friday, near Owensby. Miss Gertrude Gabbert who ''Eggs Hens 7 . ...-.has been teaching in Georgia,for Chickens r, Mr. Add Aaron and son, 23 r the last five months, has return- - Cocks 4 returned from Indiana ' last r - Your Kind Editor. I will now try to write the News again as I think I can give some of the latest news that some of the News readers hasn't heard. Well if ever I thought of home and friends it was the other day when bullets flew by me like greased lightining. The battle which I and my companison stood before and watched was one of the greatest battles of the Mexi- the Fourth District Convention of the Christian Church, Composed of the Counties of Adair, Casey, Russell and Wayne, will Convene 18. 1. at Jamestown, Ky., June Beginning Friday afternoon 2:30 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. F. J. Barger "A Half hour with the Master Teacher" Led by A. H. Baugh Open Conference Subject "The 1911 Front Rank Standard" Led by Walter E. Frazee The Reading of the Minutes by the Secretary, Henry Thomas Announcement of Committees Devotional Services i i Friday Evening Session 7:30 Devotional Exercises 2. 3. 4. "The Unfinished Task" "Teaching Missions in the Bible School" V. E. Frazee Tobias Huffaker j r9B6' The District President's Address Saturday Morning Session 9 o'clock 1 ss . teen-elev- en 2. 3. M. R. Gabbert Workers Conference, Led by Walter E. Frazee Bible School Symposium, Ten minutes talk led by State Worker (a) "How to Conduct a Bible School" Henry Thomas (b) "Missionary Methods for Bible School Workers" H. W. Elliott (c) "The Bible School and the Church" Devotional Service W. L. (d) (e) Smith, Luther Young (f) 1 "The How and Why of the Organized Class" A. H. Baugh "Teaching and Teachers" J. Q. Montgomery F. J. Barger, M. R. Gabbert "The Unfolding Life" Afternoon Session 1:30 . Devotional Services Reports from the Evangelists Reports from Committees Led by H. W. Elliott 2. 3. Reports from the Churches and Bible Schools 4. 5. 6. H. W. Elliott "Kentucky Mission's" by State Sec. Divine Agencies for Spreading the Knowledge of God, Symposium (a) (b) (c) The Home The Bible School The Pulpit Z. T. Williams W. E. Frazee W. G. Montgomery, Mr. W. L. of Bell Saturday Evening Session 7:30 1 . Devotional Services Smith 2. 3. 35.00-45.- 00 Why Called Christians Our Part in the Recovery J. Q. Montgomery, U. L. Taylor Apostolic Chtistianity, H. W. Elliott 10.00-20.- 00 Sunday Morning Services, 9 o'clock Led by W. E. Frazee, 100 present 1. The Model Bible School, 2. Sermon by H. W. Elliott, Sub. Christian Union and the Disciples of Christ. W. L. Smith, alternate 3. 1 Communion Services, Led by Tobias Huffaker Tobias Huffaker - Afternoon Session, 2:30 o'clock . -- Devotional Services 2. 3. The Mission Our-Missiona- ry of. The Church Enterprises A. H. Baugh, W. E. Frazee H. W. Elliott Sunday Evening Session, 8 o'clock 1 To-da- y. . 2. . Devotional Services Thomas and Alexander Address by Tobias Huffaker, Sub. Campbell, the Part they Contributed to the Restoration Movement Vel-me- . ir hrtma Turkeys... .....rrr. Geese...,..- Mrs. Nora Burress and child- ren were visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Hendrickson near Clementsville, Tuesday of last Ducks Wool (clear grease) Wool (washed) Hides (green) 1 . . . T.7 ...,.... &t. . : . . , Feathers week. Ginseng Mr. and Mrs. L. Y. Gabbert of Beeswax - al days of last week S. P. Miller, 7 to 9 Mr. and Mrs. Grant Collins son, Dr. 14 spent last Sunday with their bia. .20 to 22 Mrs. Mary Collins, 5 to 6 daughter, Mrs. John Sandusky, 38to42 at Columbia. been ill for cometime, 4 00 will spend a Mrs. Sarah Miller spent sever- ling, and 25 4 weeek. - with her with her daughter, Mrs. Kelsay,' of Colum- at Jamestown. Mr. LorenHadley visited relatives at Sparksville, Sunday. who has Little Owen and Opal Miller is improv- - are spending this week withMrsJ. few days Geo. Powell, their grandmotherj - n&l.'H ' W ' ,3 K-- j ."A V1 the adaik county news r" I mm The Meet at the Green River Monument. Ait Sl a Attention! 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 Prices. Co. Sandusky &Ky. Columbia. - A to COfflPBfJY A f HUGHES t BLINDS. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. ! Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. Tf We appreciate them. E. L, HUGHESCO., INCORPORATED. tv "! w . "--'-- 'I mm. m. m U. G. HARDWIC. Pres. i. H. COCKE. V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply; Co. -- ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889- - jvimLiWiGHTS 1301 N. DEALERS 1 IN mflCHiiSTS ENGINES. EGILERS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TftlRTeeNTtt-MftlLOUISVILLe SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work J KgSftlj bit JOBBING WORK SOLICITED s WJJg-WIRE v Re- Program of the 7K union and decoration to De neld at tne do their Find it profitable our .is ,,,, ,;ii nicA uuu itto(Jiuuiuuic shoppinga at jruui- store. We m.know 7t Monument near Green 7K Confederate AnJ it jruu uu .,,,- auupjiug . our , ix juu win aisu River Bridge, on the Columbia and store, in person or by mail Campbellsville turnpike, in Taylor Co , 25c FOULARD MEN'S SILK VIZ Ky., on June 3rd, 1911. 15 e SOCKS 25c 1. Called to order at 10 a. m by $17. SIJITS $11.95 Mercerized Men's Pure Silk chairman, Dr. Grady. 7i Foulards, handblack ST 2 Song by all, America These are exceptionally Socks, NJsome styles, and colors; 39c 7 3. Invocation by Rev. B. M. Currie. ' To. 25c quality at handsome suits at the price. 1 Opening address, quality 25c. limited to 20 15c W. M. Jackson, Atty Campminutes, . They are mad from pure AS PURE WOOL IN bellsville, Ky. PERCALE ?K wool fabrics and well tailored. SERGE 49c TN 5 The Bivouac of the Dead, recitaWRAPPERS sir Pure Wool IN. tion by Miss Katie Murrell, Columbia, We show this line in black 95c French Serge, 7I Ky. Ladies Percale and colors, in French Serge, black and col6. Decoration of graves. Wrappers cut ors; a great val7. Five minutes talk each by old full, neatly Storm Serge, English Worstmade: special eds, Fancy Mixtures, etc. ue at 49c soldiers. Gray and Blue interspersed is with music and song. 95c 1S 50 TABLE DAMany Suits elsewhere at $17. IN 8. Talks in the main limited to 5 LADIES SILK 39 MASK Nl minutes and to consist of events inciare no better. As a special Bleached Table 7K HOSE 35 dent to the civil war. Ladies' Pure bargain we offer them at Damask, a IN vt y. All are requested to 7K Silk Hose, with quality worth IN hand tbeir names to Dr.E.A. Waggoner, 7fc lisle top 50c $11.95. 50c; as a great IN Secretary, as scon as they reach the uality 35c special at 39c. ?In" IN grounds. 10. Water will be furnished on the In grounds and tesides there is a good IN IN ' spring in a short distance. Ki In" IN Eighth and Market 11. Lunch served on the grounds, be Mf ,N ginning at 12, noon, and the ladies are gfe i y 7t t t yt i is w i 71n niin in y ?Tn jn yry in w y in v.in in Sin in 'K vr yr iin ,is iin 7K 7N sK v in ?In in requested to take charge of the spread. in 12 After lunch recitation, Blue and Gray by Miss Mabel Atkins, Columbia, 19 Ky., after which talks by old soldiers will be resumed. 13. No intoxicants will be permitted on the grounds. 14. Officers will be present to enforce order if necessary. 15. The object of this meetiug is to spend a purely social day, hence an inI vitation is extended to every body to be present, but particularly to the veterans who wore the Gray and the Blue in the Improved for Cold cival war, for in all probability for many of us this will be our last meet. Soda 16. All who can are requested to bring well filled baskets of proyisions for it is our purpose to have an old fashion Also General Line of Drugs and picnic at the dinner hour. Groceries. 17. The song service will be conducted by competent leaders and all who I can and will take part in this service I are requested to bring hymn books that are as much in general use as possible by the diffenent churches. Witness Bearing. Got any interests down there? 18. Senator James B. McCreary, of Richmond, Ky., is expected to be pres- asked the slim man. The personal witness to Christ ent and will give us an interesting talk "Sure!" exclaimed the fat man on the battle of Green River Bridge. is more than that of spoken tes19. Closing address, limited to 20 I got a big concession and a pot timony merely important a s minutes by Rev. Z. T. Willams, Colum- of money invested down there bia, Ky. that is. The essential witness is That's what I thought mutter20. At 4 p.m. close with Home Sweet that of character. The language , Home, God be with you till we meet ed the slim man. It beats a 1 1 of the life is more constant and again, and the benediction. how interested some folks are in 21. The ladies are requested to furmore convincing than that of the nish the flowers for decoration pur- peace when it's their dollars ballips. A really renewed heart poses. anced against the lives and liberDr. J. H. Grady, ) manifests itself b y putting Dr. E.A.Waggener, Committee ties of an oppressed people. Christ's teachings and his spirit ) J. W. Thompson, ;- - XV I 1. h SHIIHFt-K- N IS N1Z & N. Time Card ,ui r.u: - In effect Monday. Dec 31. 1SC8. SOUTH BOUND An. Lebahoa I&ain Lv. Louisville 9:42am No.27 7:00am 10:04 am Mo. 23 8:15 am 7:40pm 5:05pm So. 79 10:00 pm No 21 8:00 pm 9:00 pns 6:20 pm o.93. . NORTH BOUND Ak. Looisvillh Lv. Lebanon Crain 7:50233 o. 24 5:48am 10:15 am o.73 7:32am 6:55 pn 430pm 0.23 8:15 pm 6.28 pm Jo. 22 10:15 am 722 am o.92 Nos. 92 and 93 are.Sunday trains only. W1LM0RE HOTEL w. (a. tuiiiiaoE, 3 Prop p. First-Clas- Table Good Sample Roome ex-soldi- a! I Feed Stable Reasonable Rates GRftDYVILLe, KY GATHOFS, Louisville, Kentucky. i ' S. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON O. FINN Campbellsville, B. Ky. Drinks, Fountain. Staple i mmmm?1mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwflmWi Special Fistulo, Attnetin lo Eyes Rur-eic- al Headquarters a Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any 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. 0NBURK5V1LLE Joseph C H. w Stone, Attoney-At-La- Will practice in this and tad joining counties. Jamstown, : Kentucky, Why Not All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - Brain Leaks. ELLWOOD 26 FENCE j When a man begins to worry he begins to weaken. Advice never appeases appetite of a hungry man. the X FERTILIZERS What we want and what we We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long need are often vastly different. as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights We get smali credit for bearand styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. ing the crosses we manufacture 58INCH t fr for ourselves. 50 men T7wV7Y7TTnw We'd go a long ways to see an oldfashioned grandmother knit3Awc" ting a pair of wool socks. AM let 261NCH A city man's, "back to the farm." Fever usually subsides after he has spaded up a radish bed in the back yard. jivyA vrrir3-t A law against dealing in fu rrxnjsiw pi. l&Xlott ELLWOOD FIELD FEMCE ISTANOARD STYUiA0E TrtSUniEICIITS" tures and well enforced, would Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. Z compels some? churches to get down to thejearth for a while. The small boy who used to 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. be the first to go barefooted .'in Louisville, Ky. the spring is'now the man who usually seizesthe first opportunity that comes his way. mr-f- INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD AAAAAA Whereupon there ensued a long into the conduct of life. The' period of silence save for the beauty of holiness witnesses t o clankty clank of the car wheels. Christ as the flowers witness t o energy of the to the Farm Notes. Obedience t o Christ i s HPI sun. Agriculture is older than his- much more the practice Jof what I K tory. the world calls morality, it goes ' Barnyard manure is almost a beyond the requirments o f the Ten Commandments. It is obedi- -' I AIUMD! complete fetilizer. ence to the word of Christ. The, Corn is the cheapest fat only safe direction for the Christfood in the corn belt. ian is "Whatsoever he saithunto It is as easy to produce honey you do it." The sermon on the of good quality las it is to promount is riot a counsel of perfecduce the other kind. tion it it to be odeyed. Those Farming is a serious business who keep Christ, sayings build HENRY WATTERSON and is on a par with any other on the rock, those who do n o t Editor. profession or occupation, keep them built on the sand. In selecting seed a matter We Can Furnish You which needs earful attention i s Failure In Poultry Keeping Read life-givin- g ; pro-dui- ng vUUI Ivl Journal? DEHLER BROS., Unprejudiced. We have on hand a large stock of "GROVES SQUARE BRAND FERTILIZERS." It was made during the last half of 191'), which insures it to be in the very best drilling condition. It is also made from the very best ma- terials 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. JONES, COFFEY & SON. COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. I think UncleSSam ought to ter fere in thatJMexican trouble and restore peace remarked the fat man on the end seat. What business has Uncle Sam got interfering? queried the slim man who was crowded up in the corner. It's his business to preserve peace on this continent growled the fat man. There's bloodshed andriot and anarchy going on down there and an attempt being made to overthrow a republic. UncIelSam ought to stop it. in- the keeping quality of vegetables The Adair County News The keynote in getting a seedNeglect in feeling the proper ing of clover is the mechanical food at proper time. and the condition of and the humus i n In and inbreeding carried too the soil. Weekly far. Clover feeds on the mineral matter in the soil and nitrogen in Building not properly conCourier-Journ- al in the air out of the reach o f structed. too much Some houses have most crops. glass and not enough boards and Every spring an unnecessarily Both One Year paper, thus becoming very cold large number of young pigs are at night and cloudy days. lost by the desese known a s Coops are not cleaned often For $1.50 the thumps. enough. Every day is not too Alfalfa best solves the problem often. of supplementing pasture and We can also give liberal Selling poor birds and thus will maintain a full flow of milk combination rate with Daily disgusting customers. all summer. Going1 into business on a large or Sunday Courier Journal. Clover is the best soil renovaCornscale when you are inexperienc- - Write Courier-Journ- al tor because better fills . . it soil with roots which decay and fill the soil with humus. The seeds of melons and cucumbers should be started under glass not over four weeks in advance of field, planting. the pany, Louisville, Ky., for "Keeping too many varieties at free sample copy of edition the start, One is plenty. you desire, but be sure ta Making your poultry only a send your subscription order side issue attending to every to this paper NOT tojthe thing else first Courier Journal. ed, ,-' -- ; - , THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Milltown. rT "T i Woman's Beauty them. Nearly all women suffer more or less with some form of female trouble. It should not be neglected. !!A.void the pain treat yourself at home by taking Jardui, as thousands or other women have done. Begin at once and give Cardui a fair trial. Some women retain their beauty to an advanced age. But women, who regularly endure pain, age rapidly, for suffering leaves its lasting marks on Born to thelwifejof Lee Karnes a boy. Hugh Thomas has returned home from his grandmothers Mrs J. G. Lindley. Rev. W. S. Dudgeon filled his regular -- appointment here urday and Sunday. Sat- CARDUI It Will Help Yon "I J 36 !Mr3. Katie Burlison, Goreville, 111., tried Cardui and writes: suffered with female troubles and was so sick I could not stand on my feet. Finally 1 began to take Cardui, and soon began to mend. Now I am able to do all my housework and am in much better health than I was before." Try it. AT ALL DRUG STORES S)i 5. SHinbar 2)entist OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN Res. 'Phone 29. Dr. Office 'Phone 40-- 1 James Triplet! Dentist. Mr. W. B. Thomas whos home for several years was in Bonanza labors. The funeral services were held Ark., is now located at St. Louis in Carmel church, conducted by Mo., Mr, Cleve Thomas and wife the writer, in the presence of a have returned to their home large and sorrowing congregation. The interment took place Corbin, Ky. in the Carmel Cemetery, where Farmers in this locality have the body awaits the resurrection most completed corn planting. A morn. Jas. F. Black, good rain is all that is needed. Cane Valley, Ky. A. C. Thomas and brother were in Taylor county last week, Saved Child Prom Death. "After our child had suffered from Mrs. C. A. Thomas and Mont severe bronichal trouble for a yar." Thomas were shopping in Col- wrote G. T. Richardson.of Richardson's umbia last week. Mills, Ala., "we feared it had consumpIt There will be preaching at tion.tried had a bad cough all the time. We many remidies without avail Pollards Chapel on the 4th Sun- and doctor's medicine seemed as useless. day in each month also on the Finally we tried Dr. King's New Discovery, and are pleased to say that one botfirst and second Sunday in each tle effected a complete cure, and our ing the many noble deeds she LAXATIVE did, and the traits she possessed MILD, ' which characterizes loftiest FOR WOMEN GIVEN womannooa, tnen we can say in the language of our sentiments. So many of the ills of women are Pepsin. It is woman's The Lord's will and nnf rmro Vio due to habitual constipation, orobablv tive. You will find thatfavorite lax; vnn mt As rianc?A ui tVlAIW laisc uiuucsiy UU (lie away with salts, stronjr uL.v.aua. muii tlA n a cathartics, done. Again we hear our con- subject, that their attention cannot be etc., which are entirely unsuited to.. too strongly called to the importance woman s requirements. soling Lord say, blessed are the of keeping the bowels open. It is Mrs. Katherine dead which die in the Lord from always important to do that, regard- Kees Rocks, Pa., Haberstroh of Wo less cf the sex, but it is especially and Mrs. A. E. Her-nc-k of Wheeler, Mich., who was alhenceforth; yea saith the spirit important in women. From the time the girl begins to most paralyzed in her stomach that they may rest from all their menstruate until mentsruation ceases bowels, are now cured by the useani GENTLE FREE i J ! . 1.1 I j ! she has always vastly better prospects of comine throueh healthv if she watches her bowel movements. If you nna yourselr constipated, with bad breath, pimply complexion, headaches, belching gas and other symptoms of indigestion and constipation, take a small dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup A free sample bottle can be obtained by addressing Dr. Caldwell, and after you are convinced of its merits buy it of your druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle.. For the free sample address Dr. VT. B. 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WEEKLY J GOURIER HENRY-WATTERSON- - JOURNAL 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 Editor News: Thinking it might be of interest to some of my Adair county friends to know as to my whereabouts and what I am doing for pastime, I will at.empt to write a few lines. I left Columbia Monday morning, April 3rd, arrived at Carrollton Tuesday afternoon about 5 o'clock, where Robt. Wilmore met me, and the rain was just pouring down, for it waa a good time to stay for the mud was so sticks that a fellow could not get away very well. But that is all gone now, and the weather is getting hot and the roads are fine. I am working on a farm eleven miles northeast of Carrollton, six miles from Bosworth. I like the country fine, and it is a fine farming district. The farmers are a little late with their work and are not yet through planting corn. "We had a very heavy rain on Saturday night, April 29th, the creeks were high on Sunday, but very little damage was done as there was not very much corn planted in the bottoms. Wages are good now, $25 to $30 per month. I would certainly like to be on the L. W. T. S., campus this week, and be with the boys, also see Profs. Neilson and Moss play a game of tennis, but as I am not ready to make the trip, I will wait awhile. I will close with best wishes Craycraft. Mr. G. L- Blair is having a nice veranda built and his house reroofed which will improve the appearance of his dwelling very much. Mr. Bill Anderson is doing the work. Mr. Charlie Floyd is carrying the mail again this week for Mr. J. O. Polley. Mr. Polley is at home planting corn. - Columbia District, Third Round. THE Thurlow, Lady's chapel, May 23. Greensburg, May 24. Hodge3 chapel, LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 Spurlington and Early, Poplar Grove, May 25. Wesley Mannsville, May 2728. 29. chapel. AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS For $1.50 if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. -- Temple Hill, June, 2021. Our Sunday school at Concord Tompkinsville, June, 22. IS A YEAR. is on a boom, both young and West Tompkinsville, June,24 old seem to be interested. 25. Several of our good neighbor The District conference will be If YOU WILL SEND YOUR 0RDEP ladies have frying chickens held at Russell Springs June TO US, YOU CAN GET ready for the musical association day will be The first the 3rd Sunday. They consider taken ior tne worK oi me sun-- 1 that their part of the program. day School and Epworth League THE ADAIR COUNTY Master Garrett Murrell was visiting Messrs. Bascom and B. Polley last Wednesday night. The boys and girls of the neighborhood had a jolly time at the singing at Concord last Sunday afternoon. Campbellsville station, May 28 BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER THEJREGULAR Casey Creek, Pellyton, June 3 4. Columbia, June 10 11. Cane Valley, June, 1112. Gradyville, June.lT 18. PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES $5.00 , Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr3 S6.00 Yr Sunday Courier-Journ- al, $2,00 We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will wiite this paper. Pickett Tobacco Warehouse for old Kentucky, and if this should escpae the waste basket I will try again sometime. Sawney Browning. Mrs. Policy Hubbard. INDEPENDENT C. A. BRIDGES & Co. PROPRIETORS Amidst the great changing Dul-wort- Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky. W. G. BRIDGES CHAS- A. BRIDGES Four Months Storage Free Give us a trial. We Guarantee to Please you Table supplied With the Best the Market;Affords scenes of life, death has visited one of our homes in the h community and taken from our midst sister Polly Hubbard, nee Polly Howard. Sister Hubbard was born Nov. 6. 1836 and died April 20, 1911. She professed religion in early girlhood and united with the Cumberland Presbyterian church and in which she lived a most Meals, 35c Versailles, Auguest days. Lexington, August days. Russell Springs August 8 i days. Uniontown, August 8 5 dayp, Vanceburg. August 9- -4 dayp. Lawrenceburg, August 15 i days. Leitchfield, August 15 4 days. Burkesville, August 15 4 days. Broahead, August 16 3 days. Fern Creek, August, 16 4,'days. Columbia, August days, Shepherdsville, August 224 days. London, August 22 4Jdays. Erlanger, August 23 4?days. Germantown, August 24 -- 3 days. Nicholasville, August 293 days. Somerset, August 293 days. Bardstown. August 304 days. Monticello, September days. Alexandria, September 5 5 days. Mount Olivet, September 5 4 days. Hodgenville, September days. Sanders, September days. Kentucky State Fair Louisville, September 116 days. Horse Cave, September 204 days. Mayfield, September 27 4 days. are conference. several cases of measles in the Let all local preachers read the Ozark county, also one case of law regarding their attendance diptheria. at the district conference and govern themselves accordingly. KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. I - especially request that al The following are the dates fixed for who love God pray daily for the holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as presence of the Holy Spirit. The far as reported. Officers of fairs are committee are as follows: requested to report to us any omisLicense, J. L. Murrell, J. A. sions or correction of dates: Johnson, R. T. McConnell. We understand there NEWS AND THE L0UISV1LEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR 23 76 Admission, B. M. Currie, R. L. Talley, J. P. Van Hoy. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is i Orders. J. H. Walker, D. T. the best afternoon paper printed FOR ONLY $4.50. Tarter, G. W. Pangburn. anywhere. Has the best corps of correspondents. T. L. Hulse, P. E. Program. 224 54 64 53 Covers the Kentucky field perBear Wallow, May the 30th, 1911. 1 Singing at 9 o'clock by I. M. Grims-le- y fectly. and others. Covers the general news field 2 Preaching at 10 o'clock by James Sulivan, of Russell county, and Jo Turcompletely. ner and Bro. Linn. 3 Decorating the graves at noon. Has the best and fullest mar4 Speaking at 1 o'clock by Plato and others. Wade kets reports. 5 Every body cordially invited to atd baskets. tend and bring DEMOCRATIC in politics, but James D. Burton, Chairman. T. I. Holmes. fair to everybody. M. L. Burton, J. B. Burton. well-fille- SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP- It Startled The World. A Burglar's Awful Deed. I MILLEN HOUSE. M. D. MILLEN & CO., Proprs of L. & N. Station Located on Railroad St, one square east Lebanon, - Kentucky. when the aitoundins claims were first consistent member till death. made for Buckle's Arnica, Salve but Her transition brought to a mul- forty years of wonderful cures have true, titude of heart? grief and sad- proved themas the and everywhere it is best salve on earte now known ness, which . language is inate-quat- e for Burns, Boils, Scalds, Sores, Cuts, to express, although when Bruises, Sprains, Swellings, Eczema, Chapped hands, Feyer Sores and Piles. life, consider- - Onto 25c at Paul I Drug Co., we retrospect-he- r TION RIGHT AWAY may not paralyze eome so completely . long(illness. But Dr.King a as mother's New Life Pills are spendid remedy for TO THIS PAPER not to The women. "They gave me wonderful ben Louisville Times. efit in constipation and female trouble wrote Mrs. M. C. Dulap, ofLeadill, For Sale: One six year old comTenn., If ailing try them 25c at Paull bined Bed Bird horse. Would trad Drug Co. for cattle. Call on The News. iw-- T'' .,s' hir- "z , i r- - M1 "JJ??1 1 i- - ?; ' i. ."& - ""jfit H pr - n 8 I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. Amandaville. have up to the present, shipped two car loads of timber. Mr. Clem Keltner sold, last J. A. Diddle spent last Sunday week, to Prof. Moss, of Columin Columbia. bia, one harness horse, for $100. J. Q. Alexander, the popular W. L. Grady sold for Robert dry goods man, of Campbells-villRowe. of Snarksville, one two- was in our midst Wednes- vear-ol- d Peacock mare to Tom day. Wilson, of Hiseville, for $175. WedVV. L. Grady spent last Mr. Elmer Keen, one of our nesday in Columbia. merchants, bought last week, a Vv'e had a good rain last Sunvery desirable building lot conday, and it was very much needsisting of about four "acres of ed. land with a house under construcMrs. C. 0. Moss at- tion, for $200, from J. A. Diddle. Mr. and tended the funeral of Miss Ina When Mr. Keen gets his house Hulse, at Columbia, last Friday. completed with some other imMr. Strong Hill was by the provements on hip lot, it will be bedside of his brother, Milton a very desirable home. Hill, at Knob Lick, a day or so The heavy rain and storm that of last week. Mr. Hill is dan- came through this section on last gerously sick. Sunday, did not do any damage Miss Eva Walker, of Colum- to our town. We had a fine rain bia, spent several days of last that was very badly needed, and week with her grand . parents, some few of our farmers transnear this place. planted a little tobacco. The Mr. J. H. Smith was on the most damage that we have heard sick list a few days of last week. of was done by the lightening Mrs. Geo. H. Nell and son that struck a poplar tree on the spent one day in Columbia, last farm known in this section of the county by the name of the week. Dr. L. C. Nell returned from Charlie Pile farm. Mr. Curt Tarter is living there and had Louisville last week. Garnett Morrison, who has three horses that were under the been here for the past two tree when the lightening came, months, left us last Saturday for and they were all killed. This Fry, where he will engage in the loss is certainly very great to blacksmith business. Garnett is Mr. Tarter, for these were all of an industrious young man, and his horses and it is just now that deserves .patronage any where he he needs the service of his stock to cultivate his growing err p. goes. e. We had a fine rain Monday, which had begun to be badly needed, and most every one around here will finish planting corn this week, though there is considerable fencing to be done where it was torn down and washed away by the late flood, that we had in Crocus and West Fork creek. Hori. W. H. Cole has been on the sick list for some time, and don't improve much. R. F. Rowe, who has been on the sick list for quite a while, is up and out some now, and will j such men as he is, the condition y of things in the State would have been in any where from fifty to one hundred per cent, better shape for all concerned. So now brother Democrats, if you want to do any good in your business, just get out plenty of candidates like Mr. Garnett, and see if you can't blot out or cover up the most of your past record, then you will stand a good chance to do something, otherwise we have got you where we are going to floor you every time. to-da- ouiuiuiuiiuuiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiaiiiiutitiiiuiiisutio An Unexcelled HIGHWAY Record My noted Jack, has shown forty-si- x Colts 3 I g this season, the average being 6 in. and over ft. r Hr French Valley. soon be himself again. Otis Stapp, wife and little son Esq. John D Sharp, who fell Chester Hulse, of Roy, visited at through a barn loft and came J W. Rexroats Saturday. near 'breaking his right thigh ' Farmers in this section are re bone, some three weeks ago, and joicing greatly over the shower Some are not done from which he has been laid up Sunday. most of the time since, is improv-- 1 planting but they rejoiced just the ing slowly, and can walk around same. some now. Brother Beck our pastor passed Mr. Gordon Cheatham, who here Snnday, j j ! '3 Some of the names of Owners of Colts measuring 3 ft. 6 in. D. C. Wheeler, one, 3 C. M. s E feet 7 inches Hindman, one, 3 feet 7 inches 3 z Charley Browning, one, 3 feet 9 inches Fount Pendleton, one, accidentally shot himself through Mrs. S. T. Hale Russell Springs the foot about a month ago, has visited her parents Sunday, about recovered. Hae had a mule to get bad. j j j feet 9 inches Henry Parson, one, 3 feet 10 inches George Akin, one, 3 feet 8 inches West Coomer, one, 3 feet 8 inches Squire Kemp, one, 3 feet 6 enches W. R. Bradshaw, one, 3 feet 9 inches HE Sr E Geo. Brockman was in Burn-sid- e ly cut on a nail last Saturday on business, all last week. night. Garnett Breeding and Robert U. T. Selby was in the upper Baker went up on the steamer part of the county this week Rowena, to Burnside, last week transacting business. Garnett on business, and Robert Miss Josie Stearman visited to visit his friend, Baker Gris-so- Mrs. Lizzie McElroy Esto Sat-dam, ' y, of that place. We all should go down in our Mr. Jame3 Morrison, of Fry, pockets and donate to him liberwas in our midst last Saturday. ally for the purpose of buying He looks as young as he did an other horse. thirty-fiv- e years ago, when we were school boys together. Russell Springs. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Winters . and daughter visited relatives at Summerville, last Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Moss spent last Sunday with relatives at Greensburg. We understand the pastor of the Baptist church of Edmonton, will preach here the first Sunday in June, at the Baptist church. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Nell spent a few 'days last week, visiting relatives in the Nell community. Mr. and Mrs. J. D Walker spent a day or so visiting relatives in and near Columbia last week. Dr. J. H. Grady, of Columbia, was out to see his brother, uncle Thomas, who was on the sick list a few days of last week. Mrs. W. P. Flowers and Mrs. Geo. Cole were at Knob Lick a few days, of last week, by the bed side of their brother, Mr. Milton Hill, who is dangerously Our merchants at this place are all enjoying a good trade. Mr. and Mrs L. O. Phelps passed through this place Wed-- , nesday enroute to Berea to spend several days. Mr. James Poppwell has been in somerset days.' A letter from Zach Collins, who went from here to Moody, Texas, some years ago states that he is intending to return soon to make this his home again, and we will sure be glad to see him, as Zach was one of our best citizens , and one of the very best mechanics that we ever had in this community, and we need him here and can make it healthy for him if he will give us a chance. R. T. Rosa the little daughter of L. E. McKinley who has been dangerously ill is reported better at will give a Premium the third day of the Columbia Fair for the best iYiare Mule and also a premium for the best Horse Mule Colt. On the day of the Mule show I will give a ticket to the Fair to every man who brings a mule colt by this Jack I E: sr rE 1 iE W. L. Grady. 0!nmi!!H!!Htni!!!n!n!!!n!n?lffln!!!m!!!!n!nnH!!n!!!l!HO u j at this writing. The wild dog which has been seen between this place and Russell Springs for the past eight months, was killed near Russell Springs Hotel last Monday. J. W. Oaks wife rnd danghter inlaw Mrs. Walter Oaks, and little son, Claud, was hereThurs day. Remember Us When You Want Columns for the last few Mr. Tim Irvin.is some' better a t this writing. Mrs. Ara Wilson condition mains about the same. re- Mr, Walter Goff. Columbia was in our town on business Friday. Miss Josie Doekey and Mrs. Russell, Jamestown was shopping in our town Friday. Mrs J. H. Marcum and daughter were visiting Mrs. Marcum's sister Mrs. C. Hood near Columbia last week. The Choir i s practicing o n some select special music to ren-du- r during the conference which will begin the 6th of June. ' ill. . Mrs. Jennie McFarland is here Remember the first Sunday in to spend a few days with her bro-- ! June is chileren's day at Union. ther, Wm Vaughn and attend Services all day. conference. Mrs. Sallie McCanless, of EdThe new M. E. Church is commonton, spent a few days with pleted, will be ready for conferher relatives -- at this place last ence. week. Mr. Robert Simpson, one of Breeding's prosperous farmers, was in our town last Wednesday and reports every thing moving along nicely in his section. Mr. John Lowe and son, the n shoe man, of Columbia, called in to see us on his return from Green county last week. Mr. Lowe informed us that business was very good. Messrs. Baker & Morrison closed out their hickory business well-know- Dirigo. As the writer has been away from home for several days he is not burdened with news. Mr John Collins and Miss Georgie Jane3 were united i n marrirge last Sunday at the In- dependence School House Rev. H. T. Jessee offeciating. Wooteh fell or was thrown from a mule last Sunday Mose .here last Friday. They have on- - and fractured a knee. It is 'causly been here a short time, but ing him much pain at this writ" have made good use of it, as they ing, m Baker, of this place, Lee Calhoun and wife was mmm bought a fine harness Thursday-Severmare, from Clarence Beck, of here Remember that we are in better pofiom this place attendMarrowbone, Monday, for $250. sition to furnish Columns than any ed the Suuday School Rally at One night last week, some of Firm in the State. at Ook Grove last Sunday, all rethe Fletcher boys on Pine Branch ported a nice time and a large Our Prices are Right below here, caught and killed a regular South American Armadil crowd. Discount to Dealers U, T, Selby made a businss lo. No doubt about it being a Phone No. 108. sure enough Armadillo. Look in trip to Columbia Wednesday. SiSEJ your Geography for animals of Cane Valley. COLUMN CO. South America, you will find the picture and description of said COLUMBIA, KY. Crops are looking fine in this animal. This one was of the community, since the rain. feminine gender, and from apSugar Grove. Irvin Lloyd and Winfrey are pearances had previously raised Mr. O. P. Hancock wife and daughter Carrie visited at W. E. going to close out their merchana family. No animal of this type Hancock's last week. Some are about done planting dise business at Becks Store, i n was ever seen or heard of in this got their short time. le corn and some hasn't country before, not even in a Mr. Willie Callison of visited his parents a t corn ground all broke. The big We were all sorrv to hear of the show. Now, has any one ever rain washed away so much fence death of brother Hulse's daughtseen or heard of any others in this place Sunday. this country any where, and if Mr. and Mrs Roger Page, little the people had t o do lots o f er. any Mrs press Anderson is slowly not, how came this one here. daughter, that has been danger- work before they could plant corn ously ill, is recovering. improving after a severe attact Please answer. Jimmie Thurston and wife o f 0f maara fever. Now Mr. Editor, for fear that Mrs. M. F. Montgomery and my letter will be too long, I will Miss Julia Penick have arrived Glasgow is visiting Jlmmie's Mr. Petty is bucking staves wind up. Permit me to say that home after a pleasant visit t o father on big Ren ox at the Taylor yard, while I am no part of a politician friends and relatives in Louis- - week. Mrs. Alice Hester has returnthat I a am straight out Repub- ville. ed to her home at Glasgow. lican, from principle, but if 1 evSeveral from this place attend- Mrs. Effie Cole and son, Rollin er intended to make any change ed court in Columbia last week, in my voting business, this surely has gone to Boiling Green o n a Miss. Nancy Willis who has' (two weeks vacation, visiting rela-- ! is the time that I would attend tfi been teaching near this place to that businesr, so as to get to tives. closed her school Friday and redown the throat of a "jrapey Miss Gladys Jones of Glens-- i vote for my friend, the Hon. chicken destroys the worms to her home at Joppa. turned and saves the chick's life. A fork has been visiting relatives James Garnett, of your town, few drops in the drinkin? watei Brother Black filled his regulur and friends on Renox for the ' CURES and candidate before the Democratic appointment here Sunday andpast three weeks PREVENTS GAPES primary for the nomination for ,, anu, . , delivered a very interesting ser-- i white diarrhoea, roup, cholera 0 Attorney General of the State. I Aixx. luio. JJima opams and other chick diseases. mon. visited Mr. Jasper sparks a few have hnown Mr. Garnett personOne SOc Bottle of Miss Mary Tupman was visiting n ghts ago. ally all his life. He is a conservBourbonJoultryCiire Campbellville last Mrs. Clint Winfrey is very ative man, is worthy and well friends at Makes 12 Gallons of Medlciae. sick. She has been sick for Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle t qualified, and a high toned, week, this medicine on hand. Write for free saaapfo, several weeks. and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Addnea Christian gentleman in every Poxes Wanted 8OT1MM wKJKm I wrTAfl j LMMgWHj fcj sense of the term,, and if all the. Live Red and Grey Foxes. Squirrels, Coons. Minks Rev. Pennycuff delivered a your express office in and Skunks. Send name of old comFor Salkj One six State officers of Kentucky for first letter, W.T.HODGES very interesting sermon a t bined Bed Bird horse. year Would toaia BoxaK, the last decade or two, had been the 3rd Sunday. for catfe- - Call on Tn,e News. CampbolloviUe. Ky; Jones' Chapel al w T5S: Ours is the only Colonial Column ISeT Factory in Kentucky. Nothing but Solid and Bored Poplar. COLUMBIA J Camp-bellsvil- j j : this I ! j j j ONE I)B0P j J ,"-- ! - ? re It.5- - -: 3S2P-- . "ft? r - v- - ' Spflsr- "i"j BwisiatKfSSU Cg3 H2i