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Memorial or decoration day was observed at a number of points in Adair county last Tuesday. At Mt. Carmel a large audience assembled and a number of patriotic speeches were made. Rev. B. M. Currie and Mr. G. P. Smythe, of this place, being two of the speakers; and Rev. Wm. Black, of Cane Valley. The music" was good and there was dinner in abundance. There were many beautiful flowers' which were placed upon the graves of departed heroes and departed civilians The crowd who assembled at Bear Wallow was large, and the day very ap- -, propriately observed. There were speeches and songs and a bouutiful dinner. The residents of Columbia met in the city cemetery at 4 p. m., and after the graves had been decorated there was song service and a very beautiful address by Rev. J. R. Crawford, pastor of the Presryterian church. He cited many instances of the Civil War, the bitterness it engendered, and the crowning culmination of peace. He read from manuscript, written in most choice language, delivered in a most entertaining manner. He referred to the joy brought about by the signing of peace papers, and the rapid progress of the South since hostilities ceased, until y with pride we can boast of the grandest and most prosperous country, North, South, East and West in the world. He took up Generals Jo Wheeler and Fitzhue Lee, Confederate Generals, who distinguished themselves upon many battle fields, and the patriotism they showed for the stars and stripes when the war with Spain came. He closed by admonishing his hearers to live close to God, assuring them that by so doing a crown in heaven awaited all those who loved and feared the lowly Nazarene. The song service for the opening and closing was led By Rev. D. H. Hower-ertoMaster of ceremonies, Governor J. R. Hindman; benediction, by Eld. Z. T. Williams. to-da- . Horse Thief Captured. Republicans. Versus Democrats. a democrat goes into the polling a Republican primary election and stated that he Is a republican for the time being, in order to get in a vote for his republican friend or relative to help defeat some poor deserving fellow for a nomination to office, I want to say that such democrats, be they few or many, are not true to their faith and are engaged in the poorest piece of business that they ever undertook in their lives. A republican has got no business in making democratic nominations, and a Democrat has no right to Did Not Want to Be Cut Off. Lakewood, N. M., 5 '11. Adair County News: For fear I might see my name on the delinquent list, 1 herewith enclose check. I think your newly adopted cash plan a good one, and in fact the only legitimate way to run a paper business We always enjoy reading the News as it is about the only medium by which we keep in touch with our old friends except about once every six months we get a letter from "home." 1 have a nice position here a3 manager for one of th" largest mercantile companies in the Pecos valley. I have just returned from a fishing trip down the Pecos river. We caught five fish that weighed 108 pounds. In your last issue I noticed an inter esting letter from Somerset, signed O. B. V " This recal's to my memo ry and perhaps may refresh his, of the autumn of 1887 when he taught his first school in the old log school build ing just outside the bushes in the Blair district. Sometimes it appears as impressive to me as though it was yesterday when I think of the last day of this school, how you grabbed your old saddle bags full of old time peppermint stick, jumped out tho door for a race, and was eagerly pursued by all the larger boys, and finally captured by Levy Calhoun. Well do 1 remember standing in amazement shivering in my bro- littla jean pants and brass-toe- d gans. wondering what the outcome would be, and just how many sticks of candy would fall to my share on their return. Back to this date when I was a boy of only five years, I attribute my greatest years advancement. And now begging pardon for this rather lengthy missive, and with regards to all, 1 remain sincerely, J. B. Grider. 2--5 Snapped by Our Photographers. Quit telling the business men about town that you will pay them Saturday when you have no intention of so doing. When you call the exchange, do not hang up the receiver before the operator has time to answer, then kick. Young men who do not wear suspenders do not look as nice in dress as those who do. When On Wednesday night of last week a place of fine sorrel mare belonging to Mr. J. R. Buckman, who lives near New Market, was stolen and as Emmet Sturgeon was seen the previous day in that vicinity he was at once suspected of having stolen the valuable horse. Mr. Buckman telephoned to Lebanon to have circulars printed offering a reward of $25 for the recovery of the mare and S25 for the arrest and conviction of the theif . These circulars were sent by mail all over tho lower end ot the State. Monday afternoon he was arrested near Albany in Clinton county, not far from the Tennessee iine. He had psssed through Columbin and Jamestown and and at the latter place had tried to sell the mare. His actions appeared suspicious and after leaving Jamestown he was seen to cut the telephone wire The Sheriff of Clinton county was notified and with a posse started to meet Sturgeon. When Sturgeon aw the officers approaching he attempted to escape, and a number of shots were exchanged before he deserted his horse and hid in a dense woods. From papers he attempted to destroy, his identy was ascertained. A 4,000 PEOPLE PRESENT. t -- .' I ! lr -- V i j place where I belong at all times. Do not go to church, sit upon the end warrant h?d been issued here for 1 do not think I shall wish to inter-feof a bench, and pose as through you with the plans of my Democratic his arrest and the officers at Albany were waiting for your Kodack. It were notified to hold him. Wednesday friends, or attempt to have any voice brings about remarks. morning Mr. Jim Benningfield, of New whatever in making their nominations, Market, lef fos Albany, to convey to and I want to assure a few of them at Do not go to church with a quid of tothe officers, the warrant for the arrest least, that they will never have the bacco in your mouth, Some one might of Sturgeon and to bring the mare pleasure of a voting against me in a reflect upon your rearing. republican primary again. home. a Therefore this is all I shall have to Emmet Sturgeon is a bad character years." In passing a lady upon the street, and he and his father George Sturgeon say concerning the paat, and argument Much credit is due Dr. J. H. Grady, wait until she speek3. If she does, life have been a source of great annoyance caused me to say this, but if the Lord Mr. J. W. Thompson and Dr. A. E your hat. Her speaking indicates that to the good peo'ple of the New Market is willing for me to remain on earth in Waggener, who were the promoters. you are a gentleman. district. Both have often been indicted future years, there are some matters The two former were active from the and fined and improisoned. The father which may receive my attention, that is time the day was fixed, going to and Never judge a man by the clothes he is now under indictment for stealing if certain things come to pass, and are from the grounds, perfecting wears. Many true hearts, men who timber and Emmet whil'ewaiting trial made manifest. My leisure timeduring The latter, perfect arrangements. make an honest living, wear hickory Marriage Licenses. on several charges, escaped from jail the last two years has been occupied in being in delicate health, could not pershirts. here a few weeks ago. He is a brother taking notesand I ha"ve quite a volume form the same character of duties, but Mr. Walker Bryant, County court of Clarence Sturgeon who was hung in of them already for future reference. everything done met his approbation. A man who will unnecessarily kick a clerk, issued the following marriage dog is void of sensibility, and should be Fred McLean. Louisville a few years'ago for murder, He regretted that his physical 'condilicenses during the month of May: having killed three men. Lebanon Faltion prevented him from attending. shuned. Death of Mrs. Harriet L. Caldwell. John Collins and Miss Georgia Janes, con. The exercises were opened with a Bennie I. Pendleton and Emma L. Do not spin out a long yarn about some Mr. J. R. Perkins, Deputy Sheriff of song, "America," followed with prayer Notice Republicans. Clinton county, in company with Mr. The subject of this writing was born Hardwick. by Rev B. M. Currie. At the close of person and then not be able to telt T. J Holmes and Fannie ?,I. Antle. Benningfield, reached Columbia late and reared at Gradyville, this county, invocation Mr W. M. Jpckson, a promyour author. If you can not say someinent attorney of Campbellsville, a son To the Repuplican presinct Commit- last Thursday afternoon with the prison- and was a daughter of Capt. W. F. . Cyrus Bryant arid Susie Franklin. thing good, about a person, don't say er and stolen mare. Sturgeon was Grady, who was a prominent citizen of Francis N. Guise and Nancy J. Par- anything. Littlefibs have often been of a gallant Confederate soldier, de- teeman of Adair county, Ky. livered the opening address It was a At the convention to be held in Co- lodged in jail,and Friday morning their this county, and was also a sister of don. enlarged thereoy ruining a character. Dr. J. H. Grady, of this place. The fine piece of rhetoric, delivered most lumbia, Kentucky on Monday June 26, journey to Lebanon was resumbed. S. & V. An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. end came at Lakeland Monday night eloquently, all eyes being upon him 1911, for the purpose of nominating a 29th of May, where she had been for Clint Smith died last Saturday after J. W. Cundiff, who disappeared from while he recited most graphically many candinate, for representative from this Result of the Examination. the last fifteen or eighteen years. She noon, a victim of whooping cough. The his home in Taylor county, the 27th of incidents of the civil strife between the the 37th Legislative District, the varseventy-tw- o years old at her last interment was Sunday afternoon, after April, was found Monday in the barn of North and the South. It is impossible ious precints will be entitled to the There were sixty-threapplicants be- was religious exercises by Rev D. H. ' in this write up to give a synopsis of following nu mber of votes: fore the Board of Examiners for certi- birthday.- The remains were conveyeJ Howerton. The parents desire to re- M. G. Steger, near the mouth of RobEast Columbia three votes. the speech, but it would be most ex-cficates to teach school. The following to this county and interred at Portland turn their heartfelt thanks to all those inson's creek. He committed suicide by hanging, but when found the body West Columbia, three votes. in the family burying ground, A large ent reading were its entirety put in is the result: circle of friends attended the last sad who so kindlj' waited upon their child was on the barn floor, the rope having Milltown two votes. print. Suffice it to. say that compliFIRST CLASS. during its illness. It was about seven broken. He was once in the asylum. ments on the address continue to be Gradyville, three votes. ' rites. She was the widow of the late weeks old. .Allie Gibson, Willard Huffaker. Levi Caldwell. To our knowledge, she Keltner. two votes. passed by residents of Columbia who SECOND CLASS. Quarterly Conference will be held ac Elroy, three votes. leaves two brothers, Dr. J. H. Grady pleasure of hearing it. had the Mrs. Ida Absher. Mr. P. H. Bridgewater who lives the Methodist church here next Satur Glenville, two votes. and Mr. Thomas L. Grady, and two of the address Miss Zella At the close Clarence Strange. . near Cane Valley, and who had the mis- day and Sunday. Preaching at 11 Harmony, one vot. sons, and two daughters all- of'this Pelley, of this city, recited most beauti'" Robt. Bailey. to get crippled several months I o'clock Sunday morning by Rev. T. L. county, but one who lives, in Green fortune White Oak, three votes. fully the "Bivouac of the Dead." : F. E. Webb, ago, by his horse falling, is now able to Hulse, P. E. Let the people govern Pellyton two votes. county. Following the recitation the grave Luther 0. Bell. be out He was down to the Valley a themselves accordingly, that the reLittle Cake, three votes. Confederate where sleeps twenty-fou- r Hattie Williams. few days ago, and a friend of his re- ports may be good. A most beautiful and successful Roley four votes. soldiers, who lost their lives in the W. G, Aaron. Children's Day service was observed ports that he was looking fine, and that B. M. Currie, P. C. Cane Valley, four votes, battle of Green River Bridge, was Ernest Winfrey. at the Union Presbyterian church on we might expect him to visit Columbia Egypt, one vote. decorated by beautiful flowers, the la Charles Sanders. M. Craven3 sold A. W. Pedigo, la3t last Sabbath. The program rendered I in the near future. W. A. Coffey, Chairman. ies being in charge. Annie Farris. Wednesday, a span o gray mules, good was exceptionally good for occasions of Dinner was then served, a magnifiMr. J. C Strange and J V. White Alvin Rossen. ones. Price private. Mr. Pedigo also its kind and every one taking part re cent affair, and there was an abundance caught last Saturday, a blue forked bought a combined horse from Golan Mary Garnett. fleeted great credit on the committee Urich, Mo. for the thousands who gathered around Guy Stevenson. in charge. Superintendent Wm. M tail cat fish that e weighed four pounds Butler at fancy price spreads. There were about sixty twenty-onthe inches long. It Mae Upton. Wilmore should be proud of his excel- and was old soldiers, Confederate an Federal was caught: below the big rock, this Mary Smite. Rev. J. R. Crawford will preach at lent working forces. The attendance . May 27, 1911. present, and in the afternoon many Editor, News. of what is known as Feese mill, Mt. Carmel church on the 4th, Sunday THIRD CLASS. reached the high tide for which the side short and interesting talks were made Lenis Reece, Find encloseoV$4.00 which place to place was famous in other days. While and it is the first forked tail cat known afternoon, of the present month, at 4 It was especially pleasing to hear the credit. We receive your paper mostly our Ollie Pike. to local fishermen, caught above the o'clock. He has been requested to on the dinner for abundance 'and suold soldiers, of both sides, recount Friday. I was Born Bryce Walker. preach on "The Obligations of the and reared in old perior quality was hardly'ever excelled mill. their war experience and to declare in Adair, left the State Sept.25, 1881, and John Jones. Christian Citizen."' .. in that or any other neighborhood. The The will of the late B. F. Tupman the most affectionate terms that the always glad to read the News. I am a Julius Hatfield. Sunday School and church interests at was probated in the Adair County bitterness of the past had been for- nephew of T. P. and J. C. Dunbar, also The open air gospel services will be Frank Taylor. Union seem to have a hopeful future. Court last Monday. It provides that conducted on next Sundav afternoon, gotten; that peace reigned in a reunites Dr Dunbar. I live sixty-fiv- e Jame Hayes miles S. his nephew. Gus Dunbar and a sister , at 5:30 o'clock on the lawn of the res country. Capt, Offett, of Lebanon, E of Kansas, City,-i- n a pice, Seven Quit. g rich f arm,-inBank StocK Sold. who was a gallant Federal soldier, of Gus are to receive $o00 each and idence of Mrs. E. A. Pile. Every body Failures, thirty-one- . country. We "have been very dry made a very enjoyable speech, convinc- for sometime. Oats the remainder of his estate, amounting is cordially invited to be present. and meadows are to over $20,000. is to be divided equally ing the audience that every Confederate very short. Corn and Fifteen shares one hundred dollars to wheat Took fine. ACali. Monday was county court and a fair soldier was now his friend and brother Send the News along.you get the share, in the Bank of Columbia, between the deceased's brothers and your pay. ) crowd was in townv The Republican Following this speech, Capt. E. H. and belonging to the estate of the late sisters R. S. Snow- candidates for Representative were Tucker, another Federal soldier who As directed by the State Central Com- L. D. Potts, was sold to the highest himself in battle, made an This week Judge W. W. Jones, assi- mixing with the people throughout the distinguished mittee of the Republican party of Ken- bidder Monday. They were first sold tucky, I hereby call the Republicans of separately, bringing $200 to the share, gnee of the Cane Valley defunct bank, day, all making speechs. excellent talk. PREACHING. NEXT SUNDAY. Miss Mabel Atkins, of Columbia, Adair county to meet in mass conven the whole number being knocked off to will make a final settlement with all O. B Finn, Campbellsville, Ky., n whose talent as a reader is tion at the Court House in Columbia, Walker Bryant at $3,000. They were the depositors, paying them every cent headquarters for cold drinks, improved W. H. C Sandidge, Ebenezer. Ky., on Saturday, July the 8th, at 1:30 then sold all together and were bought that is due. This doe3 not include the soda Fountain. Also a General line of to many, recited in a very tender and stockholders Later they will receive drugs and staple groceries. audible voice, the "Blue and the F. J Barger, Egypt. p. m , for the purpose of electing del- by N. M. Tutt for $3,650 Z T. Williams, Columbia. their deposits, and possibly something Gray," the only impartial production egates to attend the State Convention, to be held in Louisville, Kyv Tuesday, of the soldiers of the Civil war that has J. R. Crawford, Columbia. A dispatch to Mr. L. B. Hurt dated on their stock. Organ for Sale. G. W. Pangburn, Gradyville ever come under our observation. the 11th day of July, 1911, for the pur- at Franklin, Ind., was received last Eld- Z T. Williams then made a pose of nominating candidates for State Sunday night, stating that Mr. Ray J. F. Black, Mt. Carmel. Dr Barlow Boles, who shot and killAn extra nice organ for sale cheap. splendid speech, enjoyed by all hearers officers, to be voted for at the regular Hurt, who was a son of Mr. and Mrs. G. ed Ed. Maynard on the streets of AlJ F. Turner Red Lick. Minnie Kemp. 31 tf Wade, a little six or seven year 1911. Dixie B. M. Currie; Columbia. November election, bany, two weeks ago, was given an exJ. Hurt, had died jn that city, and pleased the audience W. A. Coffey, T. E. Ennis, Greensburg. old, surprised that the remains were enroute to Adair amining trial a few days ago. He was Bill Curry, a white man, was arrested W. S Dudgeon, Milltown. with her powers as an elocutionist Chairman Republican Committee county. Mr. Butler Jones sent his held over, his bond being fixed at $10,-00- last Saturday morning, charged with She was placed on a table and recited J. F. Roach. Frv. which he gave. hearse to Campbellsville, in which to selling liquor in the suburbs of, ColumL. F. Payne7, Morris Chapel. most admirably and faultlessly a hu-- ' convey the body here,, and it is expected The Russell circuit court opens the bia. The case was called for trial and D. H. Howertcn, Zion. morous poem. ! y We are opening up this Week the l continued until third Monday in this month, which will (Wednesday.) During the day all the names of the " be Monday week. A representative of season s latest novelties in tmoroiaer-ie- d Born, to the wife of" TFred Myers, oldj3oldiei, Confederate and Federal, The News will be in attendance the - Beginning Sunday, July the 2nd, 1911, Swisses, Bordered Lawn and other Tulsa, Okla.,the 28th, ult., a ten pound, Privileges for Sale. by Mr. G. A. Kemp. were recorded first and second days and he will be I shall deliver a series of sermons each desirable Wash Dress Goods" and trim- daughter. Fred writes that the mothBenediction and prayer by Rev. B. glad to see every body ,who has busi- Sunday evening as follows: er and baby are doing nicely. Russell & Co. mings. M. Currie. July 2 An Address to Young Men. The privileges of the Russell Springs ness, of any character, with the paper. July 16 A Message to Young Women Children's Day will be observed atr In leaving for their respective homes, Fair will be sold to the highest bidder The News circulates largely in Russell Courtship and Mar- Aug. Last Tuesday, after memorial ser- the Methodist church next Sunday were deeply impressed with what on Saturday July 1, 1911, at 2 o'clock county and it would be very pleasing to all riage jn the Light of Scripture. vices were, over at Bear Wallow, there week. had occurred on Saturday, the 3rd day p. m., in Russell Springs. The author- him to take the names of a number-o- f Aug. 20 A Scriptural View of the was a general fight, so we areMnformed, 1911, and we are Satisfied that ities reserve the right to accept or re- new subscribers of June, Messrs. Tom and Romie Judd will Marriage 'Relation. thare being several on each side, in many years will come before the rec- ject any or all bids that may be received. graduate from Georgetown College next D. H. Howerton, It was necessary to shorten some of which Loren Burton was knocked down ollection of the event will be blotted Fair begins August 8, 4 days. , ,- week. our letters this. week. . ' J. P. Clayton, Sec,ty. Pastor Columbia Baptist Church and badly beaten. from memory. i ,. r ar n; i e el The program for memorial day at the monument, near Green River Bridge, was carried out to perfection. While the occasion brought up the tenderest memories, it was the most enjoyable occasion ever witnessed by the many who were in attendance. Early in the morning people commenced to arrive, and by the noon hour it was estimated th at fully four thousand persons were on the grounds. There is not a doubt but it was the most orderly assembly that ever gathered in all this country-- no drinking, hence perfect peace and enjoyment reigned throughout the day. To give our readers an idea of the smoothness of the occasion, we quote .Neighbor Hatcher, of Glasgow, who spent the day mingling with the boys who wore the gray and those who donned the blue. When he returned to the Columbia Hotel he was met by a News representative and was asked how the day was spent. "Let me tell you, neighbor, there was never any thing in Kentucky like it. It was like a mocking bird sitting on a swinging limb from start to finish. No gathering of its kind has ever come under my observation, and I have been attending reunions for a good many participate in a republican primary, unless provisions are made for them to vote, and when a member of one political party attempts to take a hand in making the nominations of the opposite party by swearing or stating he will support the nominees. That man just simply states falsely, that is if he is true to the principles of hiswn party, and he is willing to take upon himself the responsibilities of a solemn oath, and disregard it, in order to defeat some one whom he does not like. If I am permitted to retain the strong convictions of the old time faith through life which' now seem to be a part of my nature, you will o'bserve me in the not become so absorbed in business that you overlook to speak to your friends in meeting on the street. If you do not know how you are going to meet an obligation, do not obligate yourself. Do not get too fast and try to ingratiate yourself into the good graces of a young lady when you have every reason to believe your company is not desirable. If you make a statement besure that you are right, and after making it stick to it if you lose some one who calls himself your friend. VI - &-- - ' well-know- - 0, to-da- y. as.. to-da- 6-r- , - 'Y ?j J i s S(. ri v-- v -. sr- - 'JKS.J.' i i V" fti.H r'i - V T : THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS A PIONEER smelled RAGE FOR A THIEF JOURNEY. the wagon before mine, I whiskey, so 1 BLED THEM WHITE. sok x IN Uncle Ben Carter Writes of Waon Journey to the Southwest, Made in 1851. We traveled up the Cinnamon He soon found that bleeding was killing the men and that quinine was savNl ing them. Little by little he left off IN IS Work Will Soon Start. bleeding, to the great scandal of the NJ' Nl 7TC medical profession. IS af ten you take Dr. King's New Life Exactly in proportion as the bleeding TN Pills and you'll quickly enjoy their fine ceased the deaths in the hospital de- creased. In two years the deaths fell results. Constipation and indigestion T off from one in three and a half of all vanish and fine appetite returns. Thsy " no entered toe uospitai to one in fN IN regulate stomach liver and bowels and tweQty and Anally to one in forty-siSI Nf TfN ?K Aiauioc, quite naturally enougn. impart new strength and energy to the Nt an earnest opponent of bleeding, 7K Only 25c at whole system. Tro them. Nl but he was so actively resisted and so IN ceaselessly vilified that he became emDrug Co. Paull bittered toward his colleagues. 1! Nearly thirty years passed before IN Weed. Maillot saw the complete triumph of NJIN IN his ideas. Doctors continued to bleed their patients heartily for all manner Nl NJ Mr. Strong Hill and sisters, of ills. But in 1SG0 Maillot was made si's. IN Nl commander of the Legion of Honor and FlowMrs. George Cole and Mrs. IN IN chief of the medical staff of the French Nl called to the bedside of 7Js ers, were army- - aud nis influence, with others, , w In bringing about a virtual revolution 7K their brother, Milt Hill, at Knob Nl NJ in the practice of medicine was fully IN IN Lick, who is very ill. recognized. Harper's Weekly. IN sj Born, to the wife of T. IN Missed a Train That Was a Day Late. Nl Wuen tne Swltz Clty division of the TIN on the 24th a girl. ' Illinois Central was built it was known Nl Mr. J. W. Keltner was the Indiana and Illinois Southern. 7K . as the was a narrow gauge road; the t lt guest of Mr. J. L. Moore Friday. Nl ' hed was bad. the engines and cars 7is were built on a miniature scale, and. Nt Miss Willia Harvey of BreedIN while there was a schedule, had a train IN ing is spending a few days with on time the fact would have been 7k been regarded as a miracle. The road was NlIN her aunt Mrs. J. H. Moore at On one Nl known as the IN this place. occasion Josiah McConnell desired to Nl" go to Switz City from Sullivan, but 7K The farmers in this communi missed the train by a minute or two. iK Th? c,oek at the station showed that Nt ty are very busy at present IN the train bad left Sullivan hve minworking out their crops. IN time, and McConnell utes ahead of sued the railroad company for ?5.000 IN Ernest, the little son of Willie ear:'Stop here, governor, and grab the damages. On a trial of the case it was tvioore, 01 ijraayvme, spent rri-da- y first person as comes out of that proved beyond a doubt that the tram McConnell missed should have gone the IN matter night with his aunt, Mrs house, nobehind." who he is! I know day before and was really twenty-thre- e IN Nt the way IN minutes late. SL hours and fifty-fiv- e W. L. Fletcher. "In a flash he was gone. He had ? nipped down an alleyway and disap- Nl IN Lettres de Cachet. J. S. Moore and wife whohave peared. I felt a real fool, and the Nl Lettres de cachet was the name givwhole folly of my action rushed in IN been sick for several days are upon me. I had left my wife strand- en in France to warrants sealed with 2S I had the king's seal ordering persons to be ed in a shop in Bond street. much better at this writing. lost my hat and my stick, and here I thrown into prison or exiled. The NlIN From this place we moved on, Mrs. J. H. Moorejand Miss was in an almost deserted street, first came into use about lt70 and IN of the popular tergetting nearer the mountains. Willia Harvey were calling at the standing outside a door waiting with shortly became one Is said that no less rors of France. It orders from a strange man to grab The first town we passed was home of Mr. Warren Moore Fri the first person that came out of it. than 9.000 lettres de cachet were isNl In two seconds more 1 would have sued during the reign of Louis XIV. Las Vegas. The road lay be- day. and 80,000 during the reign of Louis left the place and gone to the nearest i IN tween two great mountains for Mrs. McCandless of Edmon- hatter, a wiser and chastened man. XV. In many cases these terrible doc- IN uments were secretly sold aud used But quite a distance. Then, there ton, is visiting her mother, Mrs. about just at that moment atheboy of as a source of Illicit revenue. They Nl door. fifteen came out of 7fN were frequently signed in blank, and My milkman must have left his spell was another mountain directly Diddle Flowers of Gradyville. 3n upon me, for I immediately threw my the holder of one of these royal ter- Nl across our road and we had to rors could write in the name of any IN TN arms around him. Mrs. Herschel Firkin,is on the M " 'Lemme go. governor!' he shouted. person against whom he happened to 7- climb it or Lturn back, so sick list this week. IN have a grudge. The national assem"1 ain't done nuflln' to you!' Nl 7K we doubled teams, 12 yoke of oxbly abolished this iniquitous privilege "He struggled hard, Dr. Simmons, was called to struggled the more 1 and the more he of Issuing lettres de carhet on Nov. 1, 7tn impelled to felt en to each wagon, and started Nl the bedside of Mrs. Bert Moore bold him. And then suddenly, as If 17S9. 7T up. It took just half a day to by magic, two policemen appeared on NJ IN who is quite sickthis week. Juvenile Logic. the scene and seized my boy for me. get our wagon train to the top Little Mabel's mother was expecting st My milkman, wreathed in smiles, apIN Mr. Walter Cole and wife are peared in the doorway from which the Mabel's auntie on a visit Just as she 7KsK7KKVsfc7KSf7i7K7K TiNrsiNiNiN7tN?F7iNlN7K KinTtn of this mountain. From this visiting the latters parents, Mr. boy had just come, saying blithely and was almost due to arrive a telegram point to Santa Fe, it was said to came, which read: "Missed train. quite respectfully: and Mrs. Sam Hill this week. " 'You've done that very well. sir. Will start at same time tomorrow." be 90 miles. Few people lived Mabel hurried Miss Willia Harvey spent We've got the other two inside.' He pecting to greet home from school, exin the mountains at that time, hen added. 'I'll just put my hands her auntie, instead of ' Thursdav afternoon with Mrs. over this young feller.' which she was shown the telegram. though we passed several small "He took off the boy's battered hat. She read it through carefully and lavillages. One object of interest Otho Moore. aud out of the lining came a roll of boriously, and then she remarked: S0 In Bank of England notes. He i "How silly of auntie, mamma!" Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Moore visitwhich we passed was an old casthen went through the boy's clothes ' "Why, dear?" inquired her mother. Specials for A Few of tle, built 200 years before, of ed Mr. and "Mrs. Charlie Gowen and produced out of his socks a pair of j "Well, don't you see that if she ruby and diamond earrings which, to starts at the same time tomorrow she Box of 50, per box $1.85 Owl Cigars, brick which had been dried in Tuesday. my astonishment. I saw were the very ' will miss the train again." Illustrat- " ' 50 "' ' 1.75 Daniel Boone Mr. J. L. Moore is on the gewgaws that my wife had taken with ed Bits. the sun. It was a two-stor- y ' " 100 3.60 Straus No. 9 her to have reset. The detective, for building, and in ruins, vacated punny list this week. ' " 100 ' my milkman was nothing less, then Absurd. 3.75 Chas. Denby Bootmaker (who has a deal of trouble now, with no signs of life near it. " ' 100 ' ' 3.75 Felice Mr J. H. Moore spent Tues pinched the boy's ear and said: San with his customer! I tnmu. sir, lr you " ' 50 ' ' to a large mount day night with the family of Wm "'Where's the lady's bag?' We came next 1.85 El. Toro Porto Rican were to cut your corns I could more " 'In the yard, sir, be answered sulk' " ' 50 easily find you a pair. Choleric Old 4.00 Optimo 10c St. Size ain stream where we stopped Harvey of Breeding. ily enough. " ' 50 ' ' - " - 5.50 "The milkman retrieved it, and, sure Gentleman Cut my corns, sir! I ask Optimo 2 for 25c Size long enough to wash our clothes. you to fit me a pair of boots to my ' enough, it was my wife's bag. " 50 ' 3.50 Quail Perfect heat of the sun was so " 'But,' I said to the detective, 'how feet, sir! I'm not going to plane my The Wins Fight Por Ljfe. ' r. " down to fit your boots! London 50 feet 3.75 La Aaz 10c St. Size that I intense that it took only a little Jt was a long and bloody battle for did you know who ownswas connected Telegraph. " ' 100 ' ' . bag?' 10c St. Size lady 7.50 with tho this Filson Club while for the clothes to dry and life that was waged by James B. Mer-sho-n " 'It's our business to know a few " ' 25 ' ' 2.85 Filson Club 2 for 25c Size Very Diplomatic. of Nowark N. J., of which h e things,' he said. 'But if you hadn't ' ' " to burn my back, which be- writes. " I had lost much blood from "You say De Skill plays an ideal-gamalso 50 Cherterfield 4.50 been game to run we should have lost of golf?" lung hemorrhages and was very weak the lot We were only Just in time.'' . Cigaretts, all brands of 5c sold by us 6 packs for 25c ing bare, while the washing was "Yes. He plays well enough to make For All 15c branes 2 for 25c All 25c brands for 20c performed, was burned into and run down.o work.eight months I "We left the boy and the two men it interesting for an Influential friend was unable t Death semed in the house In the custody of con- without actually beating him." New Mail orders filled on the same day as received. blisters, so that I had to sit in an close on my heels when J began three stables and took a cab back to Bond York Telegram. the strangest part of upright position for over a week, weeks ago to use Dr. King's New Dis- street, and here In. We found my wife the story comes covery. But it has helped )me greatly. Humorist In Straits. while sleeping. One night a It is doing all that you claim." For still discussing her pearls with the Beggar Please help me to recover unconscious wagon was overturned. All the weak, sore, lungs obstinate cough stub- Jeweler, quitewas gone." of the fact my child. Lady Is your child lost? that her bag Beggar No. mum, but his clothes are born colds hoarsness la gripp asthma, Courier-Journ- al The Adair County News teamsters went to help, but I hay-fevworn out Boston Transcript or any throat or lung 'trouble the swarm Is was ordered to watch my own its supreme, ,50c & $1.00. Trial bottle What Is not rood for Marcus Aure-liu0 $1.50. Nothing is so dear and so precious as Both One not good for the bee. ' and another's team, in passing free. Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co., time. Rabelais. u. x. river 100 miles before we crossed it. There was no timber growing on this river. The valley was from one to two miles in width. North of us we could see the mountain range, though it was 80 miles away. Where there was no timber, we could see the snow-capppeaks. This range extended for hundreds of miles. One morning the boss called our attention to an object ahead of us, which looked like a covered wagon. We were told we would pass this, but that it would take two or three days to reach it. About twelve o'clock one night, we reached the spot. It proved to be an immense mound. Here we camped and rested our cattle half a day. Six of the boys went to the top of this mound, but I was too tired to go with them, and instead, lay under the wagon and watched them and could see them as they climbed, all the time except twice, in crossing a ravine, they were hidden from my sight. When they reached the top, they formed in a line, took aim at our camp and fired their guns at us. We could see the smoke, but could not hear the report, and as they looked like small boys, the distance to the top must have been considerable. They reported the circumference at the base to be ten miles and that there were about two acres of level land on top. Near our camp, we saw a grave where about 14 persons had been buried. Jt was supposed that these persons had been with the stage which run from Santa Fe to Independence, Mo., and that the Indians had killed the entire number. They left the dead, burned the stage and took the six horses. The soldiers had buried the bodies several times, as each time the wolves disturbed the graves. ed crawled under and The Treatment In Fever Cases Till Quinine Wrought a Change. two places where the found In 1832, when the French were conWild Chase Through the Streets ducting a campaign of conquest in Alwhiskey was running almost in geria, the mortality among the troops In the Heart of London. stream. I got a couple of cups and colonists there was frightful. and saved it and when the boys Prance was being continually called and came back, I had something with A DETECTIVE'S QUICK WORK. upon for fresh levies of men loss, youths to supply this terrible chiefly from fever incidental to the which to treat them. When we Hi The Police Officer Was Not Only climate. stopped for the night, I got a At that time the practice of bleeding Rapid Himself, but Compelled an dish-pa- n the Unsuspecting Bystander to Join In still prevailed. "Bleed them till they and set it so that are white" was the injunction which whiskey would be saved. In the the Mad Flight and Capture. Broussais. the head physician of the followers when morning,! had saved a gallon In defending the London police from French, gave to his soldiers was re- iIS the condition of the charges of incompetence a contributor T and a half, and the boss told me to Blackwood's Magazine narrates an ported to him. year out of an effecAt Bone in one Incident In which he figured a few to keep it in my water keg. tive force of 5,500 men. 1,100 died of when he The next day we drove into the years toago, Bond street accompanied his illness in the hospital. Llost of them jeweler's, where a wife city and began to unload. There she went in to match some pearls and had been "bled to the white." sulphate At this time the euects of was great excitement among the have some gems reset, he awaiting of quinine were known, but few phy- is her on the street, where he smoked sicians ventured to employ it. One, it: people. The soldiers raised the his cigar. He says: Maillot, had interested himself in the "1 noticed three well dressed men new remedy and, going to Bone in the flag at headquarters and old go Into the shop and several women, medical service of the government, he marched through the streets. when suddenly one of the well dress- resolved to see if it would not reduce frightful mortality, which was one They cheered us, and went ed men came out through the glass theevery f men who three and doors of the shop and pushed rapidly to through several nice drills to past me as he turned up the street entered the hospital. IN At first he employed the quinine Vl At the same moment 1 was seized do. show us what they could merely as an adjunct to the bleeding. K TV , IN. one-hal- REMEMBER IN 'IN THAT SB 3N The Adair County News Is-Going NJ IN ToThe Cash Basis And is Indebted for the Paper is Urged to Pay up within the next IN L that Everybody who IN 7K Nl To be continued. Mc-Ginn- is, violently by the arm by a milkman who had been arranging his cans on his handcart just in front of the shop. " 'Quick, governor!' he shouted. 'After bim or we lose him! Look; he's passed the bag to a pal!' "Now, for the life of me I cannot tell you what imnelled me. I'm not the kind of man that you can picture tearing up Bond street in the wake of an agitated milkman. But there was something in the grip that man took of my arm that impelled me, so that I threw away my cigar and ran after the man with the bag neck and neck with the milkman, who exhorted me to continue in my efforts by shouting: " 'Throw a leg, governor! If we lose him we lose him forever!' "We tore up Conduit street. I don't know what the passersby thought. I had no time to think of them. When we reached Recent street our auarrv dived into the traflic like a frog into a mill race. We went in after him. How l missed being knocked down 1 don't know. The milkman took the same risks. We were across almost as soon as the man and sped after him. 1 don't know what streets we doubled down. know that at this period it flashed across my mind that I was making a conspicuous ass of Here I was racine down the w slums of Soho at the bidding of a strange milkman, who never stopped in his exhortations to me. " 'Keep it up and we'll get him!' "Our quarry doubled and tacked, but we stuck to him till just as we were paclne down the very worst looking street of the lot he suddenly slipped into a low house, of which the door was open. My milkman never lost a second. He whispered hoarsely in my 1 m Few Weeks e The System will be Better for the Subscriber and also the Publisher I I We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List road-mvsel- f. f "Try-Weakly- ." . $1.50 41 ( i J One Dollar and Fifty Centsgets The News and the Weekly Courier Journal One Year Louisville Times and News ..... $4.50 -- ! mokers Attention our Smokers I ' -- 4 e CITY HALL PHARMACY, sToS,JSvr,w. Cut Rates er fand s. Year for . V3T 3S . r -- I S& u-- ty. iiKSfcT Sll. I y ttsf , A fr-s- L. J 3 ir .j p V- I ' -- -' w W'KS fr U. W ??fe JL -- v- IHfi ADAIR COUNTY NEWS BASEBALL STRATEGY. Bench Orders at Times Queer: the Batter With the Fans. One of the charms of the game is Its unexpectedness, the fact that you never can tell what's going to happen until it is history. Do you know what "inside ball" really Is? Most "fans" think they do, but few really do know. In fact. It is a very interesting sidelight, both on the game and on the American char acter, to realize that nine out of ten ov-- u 3 HER HAT. DEFIED THE COMMODORE. '.NEW DE QUINCEY'S WORKS. RETURNED gUUUUUiUUUUUUUiUiUiiili lUiUiUUUUttUUlUiUiUtUiUg Choate Was Better Posted on Theih She Didn't, but He Did. and He Must Have Been a Brave Man. Than the Author Himself. The bravest man In New York made Mauy years ago James T. Fields, the publisher, was making a collection of bio appearance in a Broadway store the writings of De Quincey. The es- one day last week. He carried an says were widely scattered in various enormous bandbox, which contained periodicals and were often hard to an enormous hat, on which the man Identify. Mr. Fields knew Rufus wanted what he considered an enorSEE And we all economize Choate as a devoted student of Dp mous amount of money refunded. The Quincey and wrote him one day ask man was pretty mad. and while look- EE by where we can ing his opinion as to a certain article. ' ing for some one who had the author- ity to negotiate the transaction be ' Was It by De Quincey or not? lowest PRICES any replied that it certainly talked loud enough for everybody to Mr. Choate i uv over u v jv,vssi uui uuiw and s 2 was. There could be no mistaking the bear. the flesh of it, never realize the skele- -' "My wife bought this hat," he said, j style of the piece. A few weeks later ton on wmen it is bum. never see tne Mr. "She doesn't need It She has already Mr. Choate received through heart beating nor watch its lifeblood bought three hats this season. She ZZ2 denyflow. You go to a game and shout) Fields a letter from De Quincey absolutely and somewhat indig- - paid $35 for this one. She has never ZCZ ing hoarse. 2 worn it It just came home last night nantly the authorship of the article "Hit it out. you. you 'boneheadr , ' What yer standing there for? Think But Choate was not of the stuff to I can't afford to throw all that money this a pink tea? They're all perfectly, yield his opinion for a trifle like that, away, and want you to take the hat 1X3 GREENSBURQ, KY. Bcanncd 3 good-- hit emr back. She wouldn't bring It down, so And the player at , ne wrote to Mr. Fields: ; undertook the job myself." "I still believe that De Quincey wrote iue inuie, uuanug, iouj;b iu uul--j lur "By the side of that man Napoleon all players love to hit yet holds him- the men leave the braces." essay. De Quincey to the contrary the The crew dropped the ropes. was a cringing coward." said the t self in. "Keep hold of the braces, every man notwithstanding." "Make him give you three balls. Doubtless Mr. Fields read the note young woman who had made the sale. Then hit!" are his orders from the of you!" called out Pinkham. and the with a smiling comment, "That's just "Imagine him flouncing into a Parisian bench from the baseball creueral or men resumed their gVasp. The com- - like Choate's confidence in his own millinery shop with a hat that he dering the game. A man is on third, j modore flushed with anger and didn't want Josephine to buy! He 3 judgment!" is but one out Hits have been claimed in peremptory tones: Months elnpsed. One day there came couldn't have done It Very few men Offers pure Hog Lard 50 lb Tins $5.50 "Let the men leave the braces!" and a letter from De Quincey containing a can. Once in a long while some poor jrS few and far between, but a long fly ' will score the man. How get a long again the braces were dropped. courage of des- 332 humble apology for his previous blun- New Yorker with the Hogless Lard 50 lb Tins $4.49 "Don't any of you dare to drop the der. By chance he had found in his ppration in his heart returns merchanfly? By meeting one which "cuts the ' heart of the plate" square and fair. ropes!" shouted Pinkham, shaking his desk the manuscript of the very article dise which he cannot afford to buy for Highest Grade Fancy Patent Flour 65c 241bs bag s How get the pitcher to serve such a , trumpet at the crew, who once more in question. Written as It had been his wife, and hi3 audacity upsets the " $5.00per Bbl. ", " ball? By "working" him until three took hold. Just then the wind dropped years before, it had passed entirely whole store for a month." New York balls have been called, when tbe entirely: not a breath stirred. from his mind, "and you may tell your Sun. Second Patent Flour, 55c 24Ibs bag fourth ball must come over the plate "Taut, taut! Haul, all of you!" call- - young Boston lawyer," he concluded, ' or the batter be given a pass; hence i ed Pinkham, and the ponderous yards " " " $4.49 per Bbl. "that he knows my style better than I THEY LIKE SHARP FOOD. the orders. If they go wrong, If tbe( swung to reversed position. Tbe wind know it myself." Lard anp Flour bothe Guaranteed to give satisfaction. If pitcher succeeds in getting three strikes came out of the opposite quarter and Lions Gobble Up Porcupines, and Cem- across before three balls, the batter . struck the ship like a sledge hammer, ela Eat Spiny Cactus. OUT FOR THE FEES. f not exactly as represented, we invite you to return. No strikes out, and a groan goes up from Tue VPSSei staggered, shook the spray A note In the London Field draws atcharge for what it takes to try. the crowd. But the batter knows, and from her bows and dasned ahead. The the pitcher knows, and the team commodore disappeared into his cabin Corporation Directors Want Their tention to lions that eat porcupines. It s Wire and Wire Fence would appear that an animnl protect Rights and Usually Get Them. knows, and the players on the bench wifhmit savini, n woni. ed by such powerful spines should be ZZ A large corporation held a directors' know that the man at the plate struck 10 Bars 47 in Standard 28c Presently he sent the first lieutenant meeting a few days ago. As the meet- - quite secure from attack. Yet, If we ZZ2 9 bars 38 in. Stardard 25c out because he was obeying orders. Pinkham, requesting to see ing was coming to a close one of the may trust the account given, it ap- to relieve " 8 " 32 in. 7 bars 26 in 2&c 18ic World Today. the latter immediately. When Pink- directors, reputed to be worth 10,000.- - pears to be a habit on the part of the 5 Barbed Wire, Arrow Brand, $1.65 Spool of 80 rods. ham entered the cabin the commodore 000, ran in all out of breath. Just as Hon and not an isolated occurrence. TOLD IN FEW WORDS. said: he entered the other directors were Captain Dumbell had been told by a Barbed Wire, Gliddens Brand $2.50 Spool of 80 rods. "I consider that I am indebted to you making their exit, says the Hartford ' native hunter that the Hon was in the Wire and Wire products have advanced fully ten per cent. s Shortest Robber Story In History, as for all of our lives, but I will tell you Courant , habit of eating porcupines. And this by Voltaire. Narrated frankly if that wind hadn't come I "Look here," the incoming director has been confirmed by two English but we offer at same prices as made before any advance. HE In his study of "Seven Great States- should have put you In irons in two shouted to the chairman, "I want to sportsmen. V. Kirby. for example, men" Andrew D. White describes the minutes." SE know why I haven't received notice of has taken a porcupine's head from the work done in the eighteenth century this meeting." l stomach of n lioness. Others relate by the French minister Turgot against 810-- 2 E FEES FOR ITS FLASHES. "I am Bure I don't know," the chair- that it is not uncommon to find lions at 90c for Corn at $1.05 corn or tobacco the vicious system then prevailing of man said. "Notices were sent to all ' with porcupine quills sticking all over -at $1.30 for Tobacco. 'farming out" the taxes. A great San Salvador Uses a Live Volcano as directors. You surely must have re- their noses, faces and paws. It seems 3 combination of contractors resulted, ceived one." a Lighthouse. Write for prices, any analysis you need. to argue some indifference to pain on , zZS "who grew enormously rich at the peoThe director finished up an excited the part of the Hon, as well as a fancy t ZZ The republic of San Salvador is the ple's expense not. however, without only government on earth that collects tirade by saying, "1 want my rights." for porcupine's flesh. Disc Harrows following Prices 3 able criticism. Just then the secretary was brought volcacase of the Compare this with the lighthouse fees on account of a 8 Discs 16 in. at $17.00 10 Discs 16 in. at $18.00 This syndicate assumed the characslight- Into conference, who in turn handed camel, which a distinguished traveler ter of what in America of these days no that it owns and without the ' ' $19.50 an envelope. He de-- aescribes as calmly chewing up a very "Z2 the late director "" 12 18 8' $19.00 would be called a "combine," and at est cost of upkeep. parted with a smiling countenance. ' spiny plant with the blood dripping " ' $20.50 12 The volcanic beacon Is about eight 10 18 $21.50 the head of It were the farmers genThis recalls the story of a New York ln some of eral, wealthy, powerful and. as a rule, miles inland from the port of Acajutla, corporation where 520 for each director from its mouth! The cattle Other sizes at same proportion America, again, merciless. Their power pervaded the and its pillar of cloud by day and its was laid on the table and those who the arid parts of on that spiny cactus. And in entire nation, from the king's apart- fire sky by night are visible for many attended divided the whole pile. If browseparts of the English coast the ments at Versailles to the cottages of miles out at sea. It bursts forth every half came each got $40. The members some horses browse on the prickly sea holly, as accurate were men seven minutes and is just the lowliest village. Two HorselWalking $15.50 and $16.00 far advanced in years and To those men and their methods Vol as any revolving light that warns in riches. One day It stormed violently while the donkey's partiality for thisTwo Horse Riding $25.00 and $27.00 taire had made a reference which ran mariners of danger in any part of the when a meeting was to be held. The ' tles Is well known. Incidentally Insuch nacases seem to show that spines tnrougn r ranee ana inacea tnrougn world. executive officers did not believe a Our Cultivators are the best made. All EquipEurope. This volcano has been keeping up single director would be there, but ture are not such efficient protectors ped with 8 points 4 shovels and 4 Bull Tongues. A. party of Parisians were amusing this seven minute series of eruptions every man of them was on band, each as some have supposed. by telling robber stories. each other even since any one can remember. It having figured out that nobody else ; Five tooth Cultivators with leverl$2.25 Sleight of Hand Poisoning. Presently Voltaire, who had been is a favorite amusement of visitors to would appear and that he might swipe j Item in toxlcologlcal j: A very curious " " " $3.10 listening quietly, said: Fourteen tooth sit by the hour during the lazy after- the entire allowance. lUIc i CJJUJJI.CU IU llUL U'UUi W1VIC "1 can tell a robber story better noons and, watch in hand, to time the Black Hawk Corn Planters, Check Rowers $34.00 2 horse George Augustus Saia in one of his than any of yours." eruptions till they tire of the occupa- On a Grain of Wheat. letters, may be called the feat ' Drills One horse with Fertilizer $11.50 The whole room Immediately be-- , tIon and faU asieep x0 one has ever Prayers have been written and en- sonlng by sleight of hand, iou were KS came silent and lLstened to the great- - j caugnt tne volcano napping, however. ' graved on many small objects, but " ' " " " " plain $9.50 5 a lady, and you wished to est personage in the French literature Every vessel that puts in at Acajutla only one person ever has been patient jealous of of the eighteenth century. ! "";, has to pay its lighthouse fee. There and painstaking enough to inscribe a We belong to no retailers combine. We make the Price zz Voltaire after clearing his throat be- is no other lighthouse than the vol- complete prayer on a, grain of wheat. . You cut the be served at dessert gan as foUows: 3 A WITH Uo. cano, but that is a sufficient excuse for One day Sir Moses Moutefiore received fruit with a eolden knife, one side of ZS 11 AKC "Once on a time there was a farmer the government of Salvador to make a small tin box in the mall. On tbe tne Diaae or wnica was enuueu wnu a generaL" Correspondence Solicited. "Satisfaction Guaranteed. n charge for its services. The explocover of the box was written. "A deadly poison. You presented the pol- Then he was silent. Presently all sions that accompany the eruptions prayer for Sir Moses Montefiore. by soned half of the peach to the lady, began to cry out: of heavy Bauch Mordecai, son of Zebi Hirsch who ate It with much relish and then "Why do you stop? Go on. Tell us j sound like detonations charge of dynamite, but fortunately Scheinemann of Jerusalem." The box dropped down dead. The wholesome the story." "I have told the story," said Vol- -' they are not sufficient to shake the contained a single grain of wheat, on half you ate yourself and laughed in taire. "Do you not see that my state- - j ground perceptibly more than about a which were inscribed ln characters so yoar 8ieeve and went on slicing more ment implies the greatest robber story mile or two from the summit of the small they could only be read with the peaches for the ladles of whom you aid of a powerful microscope the 38G were jealous till you were found out crater. Pearson's Weekly. in history?" Hebrew letters of the prayer and the and broken on tbe wheel. Aye, there's date of the year (Hebrew reckoning). the rub! What high old times we The Fountain at the Corner. What Is a Bath? Beranger is best known for his bac- 6645. Sir Moses kept the prayer in his might have, to be sure, but for tbat What is a bath? Is it the simple School Conference, to be chanalian songs. One night he was private desk until he died, and it is plaguy contingency of being found Columbia bath of hot or cold water and soap, at supper with Dumas the elder. The preserved with religious care by one out! bath of hot air or the or Held Russell Springs, Ky. Russian one of steam, or the mud ' younger Dumas, who was present. of his friends, Her Drawing Powers. through his college course or the was Passing bath of 6, 1911. Pat and his little brown mare were compressed air batb of Rcicbenhall, or ana at uiat penou was exmuiuug sights to tbe people of the unfortuComing across the Revere Beach fer- familiar those the baths of wine favored by famous nately characteristics which Rev.Chas. T. Young a. m. Devotional, developed in later life. Notic- ry were two men whose antics at- town of Garry. The mare was lean, 9 beauties, or the sun bath of modern ing that Beranger had drunk only wa- tracted considerable attention. The blind and lame, but by dint of much 9:15 Organization hyglenists, or the Laplander's plunge ter, he somewhat indiscreetly asked, younger would step around to the coaxing Pat kept her to the harness. ! into tbe hot blubber of a just killed "Where do you obtain. M. Beranger, right side of his companion, and with- One day while leading her to water he 9:30 .The Sunday SchoolIts Value whale,' or the batb of asses' milk, to all the wine which we find in your in a minute the elder would make a had to pass a corner where a crowd (a) In Producing Citizenship F. R. Winfrey provide which for his consort an Earl songs?" corresponding shift. At last tbe elder of would be sports had congregated, j ' (b) As a Nursery of the Church W.JS.jFCnight of Portman bought cheap the Port- Thinking to have some amusement at The poet's reply was, "From the became irritated. man estate north of Oxford street as a j fountain at the corner, my boy, and expense, oue called out: Pat's 10:15 a. m. The Modern Sunday School How Organized farm to keep a herd of asses? Now. you would do well to make that the shifting around like this?" he demand- - j "Hello there, Pat! I'm looking for ' and Conducted Rev. J. H. Walker which of these Is a bath? London source of your inspiration." v the real goods. How much Is that ed. V. by General Discussion Chronicle. . Followed "I'm deaf ln my left ear and was mare of yours able to draw?" "Begorra," said Pat. "1 can't say 11 trying to get where I'd hear well." the Invincible Logic. Rev. B. M. Currie a. m. Preaching "The Almighty Dollar." exactly, but she seems to be able to Donald (who is seeing his more pros- younger replied. idea of the forceful phrase "the perous The NOON cousin off by tbe train) Ye "And I'm blind in my left eye nnd drawh the attenshun of ivery fool in almighty dollar" Is much older than bob or twa wanted to see what was doing," said town." Housekeeper. me a tae W. C. Christie. 2: p. m. Devotional the time of Washington Irving. Ben micht like ye aleave journey, Wullie. the other. Boston Journal. tae drink safe Jonson's "Epistle to Elizabeth. Count" The Sunday School as a Missionary Agency Sleep and Dreams. 2:15 Wuliie (feiguiug regret) Man. I canna. Rev.fJ.L. Murrell: ess of Rutland." commences thus: The brain is more active while enSettled. A' my spare shullin's I gie tae my auld O. B. Finn and G. A. Barnes, , Whilst that tor which all virtue now is 2:45 " The Organized Class Old Gentleman (at his daughter's gaged in dreaming than when not thus mither. Donald That's strange, be' sold. " Our Literature Its Advantages and improvements cause yer mither told me ye never gie wedding) My dear, I don't see how 1 engaged. The only perfect sleep is 3 C. O. Moss. And almost every vice, almlghtie gold. that which is dreamless. The moment onythlng. Wullie Weel, if I dinna am to get along without you. Bride her London Notes and Queries. " The Sunday School and Evangelism Rev. R. L. Tally gie my auld mither onythlng, what Oh, that's all right, pa. Since the cere- the sleeper begins to dream he begins 3:15 to work, and the more vivid and pro- 3:45 " Our Epworth League Work sort o chance dae ye think you've got? mony was performed my husband has Rev. J. A. Johnson; When Tennyson Sat Up Nights. London Punch. confessed that he hasn't enough saved tracted the dream the more intense, We have had Alfred Tennyson here; " Round Table X , to start housekeeping, so you won't naturally, becomes the work. It is 4 very droll and very wayward, and no time during the possible tbat at A Great Relief. Jose me after alL Adjournment. much sitting np of nights till 2 or 3 waking hours of life Is the brain so "Gee, ain't It a great relief when ln the morning with pipes in our " Preaching active as It is ln the strange business 7:45 Rev. J. H. Walket mouths, at which good hour we would you've been suffering from a toothache Causa and Effect. of dreaming. get Alfred to give us some of bis mag- to summon up your courage and go to "There are many delightful dishes to be made from left over food." ic music, which he does between a dentist and have it over with?" A Treasure of a Cook. growling-ansmoking, and so to bed. "I guess so. Did the dentist relieve "That's nice," responded the young Mr. Newedd Whatl No cook stove youy Fitzgerald's "Letters" (1838). bride. "There's a great deal of food yon money to "You bet! He wasn't In!" Toledo left over since 1 began doing the cook- in the house? I gave 8 1911. buy one-- Mrs. Newedd x"es. niy love, Blade. ing." Washington Herald. Had Misjudged Him. found I hadn't enough to buy a but I Devol,'onal "Does your faUier ever kiss your H. McBealh stove and hire a cook, too, so I let the 1:30 p. m. Too Low Down. mamma, Willie?" asked the lady who Giving Him a Tip. stove go. But the cook is here, and 1:45 The Why and How of the Layman's Missionary you name your mule, "Why don't Him 1 don't know bow to tell you had once been the gentleman's sweetgone Dncle Jackson?' Movement C. O. Moss and G. W. Pangburn how I love yon. Her Don't worry she's a treasure. She has just heart. cheese Yea, every morning when he goes " Ain't no nameornery 'nough to fit about that. Ill take It as it comes. out to get us some crackers and Its Progress F. R. Winfrey and R. R. 2:30 Als mewl, suh." Buffalo Express. away to the city." JHiat yon want to get nervous about Moss His Idea For Theorist. is how to tell papa about it Toledo "Dear me! And to think that I once The Grace of Liberality O. B. Bertram and 2:45 Tommy Pop, what is a theorist? W.f D&on Dangerous Moonlight. Blade. doubted hki courage!" Chicago Tommy's Pop A theorist, my soavk'a 3 Gov. J. R. Hint The General Outlook Moonlight most intense sometimes rs or W - Ged bless tbe food'Batvred. fer they man who thinks he Is learning to swim "biu raises sore eyes ln Cube., and 'tbe na' Election of Delegates to the Annual Coeierestce 3:30 save better memories than tives jMTigate and perambulate with bless everybody else. Heary Wiri. by sitting b the bank and watching s Creditors frog. Philadelphia Record. ft umbrella aad paralaaa. L. Hafce,f p. j Pinkham Was Insubordinate, but He Saved Vessel and Crew. Reuben Pinkham. a native of Nantucket, made .his first trip as third lieutenant on the ship Potomac, which crossed the north Pacific, a region little known to naval vessels in the early thirties. Pinkham had been on several whaling voyages and was familiar with those waters. The author of "The Island of Nantucket" says that one day, near, sunset, he had the watch, while the commodore was pac- up and down tUe deck. suddenly Pinkham gave the order, ,Man the weatlier braces!" what.s tbat for? asked tbe modore. We sha uave wind ln n moment. Tfae comm0(lore went to tno lee ra Money is Tight must buying get the an jg Everything. r com-yourse- lf I WOODSON LEWIS 1 J -- B 1 I I I The Great Green River Merchandise 1 3 Distributor ex-The- re j ! - " " at ! 3 , sr f 1 3 I rr I I Fertilizers 1-8-2 I ! 2-8- -4 ! , I I at Bargain 1 I r3 1 ( Cultivators I ! t , "' S? vrXr ZSrZ 3 J "vU T 13 J jmininfflinnnimmnniDinimfflmnifflnnmnnjmnimK Program at June District Sunday the-Turki- sh Merry-go-roun- d. " : j ! I I Layman's Conference June Rec-ord-Hera- a r:.u iI , .V-- 8 S f A y - 7r 01 -- "trM"; .j. . "VV . V. -- CI -- :'M stil nsfi &&r ;r OAn .'. , .Si, ,r - V! v 2 t J i- THE'ADAIR COUNTS NEWS W; him to be a fcrue gDemocrat, an Published Every Wednesday able lawyer, fand a Jman who will make an ideal official. In this - - BY THE correct, and in this he but Adair County News Company. he is ( ADAIR COUNTY HEWS He is for himbecause he believes MNOW0BHBHBraSKMBffl0ByU9IKI WL MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMi Incorporated.) CHAS. S. HARRIS Editor, in- terest of the City of Columbia and the people f Adair and adjacent counties. Democratic newspaper devotod to the shows thatcityand'country De mocracy, when'true, are for the great principles that have held us so closelyltogether for a cen- Buggies At Reduced Prices tury, and have wrought the Entered at the Columbia class mallfmatter. Post-offi- ce WED. JUNE. 7. AJCALL. Our needs moreSi leaders like d party as Hon. W. HAble. Our country would be much better if there 1911, were morellike him. A high-tone- d sec-en- greatest blessings to man. -- ( gentleman, an upright citizen, and a,! life! long Jeffer- By the authority vested in me sonian Democrat, we are always as Chairman of the Democratic glad to meet. Wehope to shake Executive Committee for Adair his hand again County, a mass meeting of the The office'of Attorney General Democratic voters of said county is a very important one, and it is hereby called to be held at the should be filledXby a lawyer, Court House in fColumbia, Ky., whose ability ois unquestioned. on Monday June 12th, 1911, a t But few lawyers in the State one o'clock P. M., for the purWe are offering our entire stock of Buggies at ul as Mr. pose of selecting delegates tc the have been asHsuccessf Greatly Reduced Prices. Why not look them pracDemocratic Convention of the Garnett, who'entered the years ago, over and let us rock you light and easy Second Railroad',Commission Dis- tice about seventeen has-bebusy from that trict, to be held in Louisville, Ky and who day. He on Wednesday, June 14th, 1911, date until the fpresent for the purposeof nominating a is making the race for Attorney Democratic candidate for Rail- Ceneral at thelf solicitation of road Commissioner for said Dis- friends from"all sections of the ; trict, to be voted for at the gen- - State, and besides he is anxious to serve the Commonwealth in Ciai C1CULIU11 LUUC UC1U Ull 1 ucs- that capacity. Perhaps there is day, Nov. 7th,:i9ll. attorney in the State who All Democratic voters of Adair not an County are urged t o be present had better 'office training than and participate in the selection Mr. Garnett. He is a son of the j late Judge Jas. Garnett, whose of delegates. and- profound s, can be more imperative, for John W. Flowers. Chairman. ability as a J'urist lawyer was known throughout and it rests with the Kentucky. In his office young While in Louisville some weeks department to provide Garnett was schooled and drilled, wise laws under which the work sgo, it was ourpleasure to meet Ron. W. H. Able, a gentleman 'in the practice of his profession, can be done. who has passedlthe half century Vote for him and tiie State's The primary election system 1 Made-to-We- ar butjterest will be protected. in the activities of life, should have a thorough revision whose heart stilllbeats in hearty If you expect to do any painting, you are interested you should be in the. It is very necessary that every so as to give the man of merit as quality of the paint to be used. old time, honest accord with the well as the man of money, an opt material In any given job of painting, labor represents practically wiiu is xui mi. vjtuxicLt and open political policies true portunity to servethe people in the cost. for Attorney General, be at the Democracy. In Jeffersonian It stands to reason that with so much expense in labor, the enduring quality polls and cast his ballot for him official position. of the paint is all important. fact, our meeting was a pleasant The State must be Why have the painting done unless the protection and durability of the job on Saturday, July the 1st. It one, and in conversation we is sought? and this should be done with should be remembered that one How is one to determine the true value and obtain paint that maybe depended found him to be a polished gen-- 1 hundred and nineteen counties deliberation, andgwith a regard upon for durability? tleman, and a Democrat whose for the rights of all the people. HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. This paint has participate in "this contest, and service has been acknowledged the printed formula on every package. The questionjof taxation, and while everything points to his iiiiijiliiii: iliW The makers have confidence and take pride in the quality and tell the public and appreciated by the thousands nothing is closer to the people, 553g (Mzz . jiijiji:::;:: the composition of the paint. nomination, his friends cannot of Democrats in Jeffereon county. IS THIS OF ANY VALUE TO YOU? IT OUGHT TO BE. afford to take any risk. They will necessarily occupy much atFOR SALE BY We feel that it is not an in- -' must be diligent from now until tention, as the sentiment is very niisfr.ifp frn him fn rav trmt. Tip wn?l the polls close on the day of the general, that existing laws are THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE not what they should be. elected Assessor of Jefferson State primary. Mr. Garnett's county, also served as deputy opponent, The county unit bill, to the Mr. Pollard, is active, Sheriff, and afterward elected tue two does not behoove us to look out and there will be no let un unon ""-"""it High Sheriff by more than five his parfc unta leading parties are committed, the successful can. for the best available men for thousand votes. Then again he didate hag been but which has heretofore been named There. such positions, and to remember studiously evaded, was chosen as the party nominee fore we urge aU fr'iends should, to WATCH MAKER and JEWELER of that our laws, those that are 10 represent me largest legislative Adairs candidate to get busy J maKe local option elective, be- - closest to us, and that affect life, district in the State, the eleventh and to leaye nothing undone to cornea Jaw. property, prosperity and happiMy Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction 2nd twelfth wards in Louisville. We will not further enumesret out his full vote. ness, and in the keeping of our He was elected and discharged' rateyet with all this and much Office in X. representatives? his duties with fidelity. Later Mr. M. M. Logan, of Edmon- - more, there seems to be great chosen J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store. he represented the National Gov- - son county, who was a Dem- - and growing indifference in the ernment as special Indian and ocratic candidate for Attorney public mind as to how and by Dispersing agent in twenty-nin- e General, has withdrawn from the whom we shall be represented. here y on his way to James- ial which was at Unihn Chuch. town. states and territories. Last, but contest. There are now only two Any body who wants the place it Now that all are off the track was elected Pres- - candidates for this position on seems, is good enough. If a not least, he C, A. Hammond of Russell for Atty General but Garnett ident of the Jefferson county our side of the yard, Mr. Garnett fellow has cheek enough to seek Springs was here and Pollard why don't Pollard Democratic Club, the largest in and Mr. Pollard. the place, he is all right to go to down the throat o a gapey" A. J. Richardson has returned step down and out as he will chicken destroys the worms do any how latter Now, it is a fact that the State. the Legislature. It don't make and saves the chick's life. A from Arkansas where he had surely have to water THINK ABOUT IT. fOT clrnns In the dnnklnsr on. many country Democrats regard much difference as to qualifica gone to looK alter nis brothers CURES and tion or adaptability for the work the Democracy of the cities as PREVENTS GAPES estate. IRON FENCE CHEAPER THAN WOQEF roup, cholera merely policy people, that the Editor News! to be done. white diarrhoea, A Born to the wife o f M. W. A There has not been a time, in and other chick diseases. leaders are arrayed against the We write this not in disparageCooper May 26 a girl. One 50c Bottle of country. Such an opinion is er- many decades, when it was more ment of any candidate, but mere- BourbonPoultryCure Wesley Gosser May 28 a boy. important to have in our General roneous, and comes from a misMr 'iiml'lij ly to note the state of public senin statesmaSam Hart May 30 a boy and III niij n Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. understanding. A true Dem- Assembly, strong, live raiser should keep a bottle ot girl. men, than at the pres- timent, and it cannot be said to Iron Fence We sample ocrat is true, in or out of a city. n-like this mTdFcine on hand. Write for freeAddress. be worse or better than it has and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." MANUFACTURCO BY Ky. V. G. Rexroat is building a No man could doubt the Democ ent time. New questions, vital been for many years. BOURBON REMEDY COMPAKY, LexlBgton, Till Stewart Iron Works Company stors house and expects to have racy or W. H. Able, no man to the best interests of the State, CINCINNATI. OHIO Irvins Store. are coming to the front, and will It is not strange this condi- goods in it by the first of July. "Whoso Fence received the Highest would say that he is a . policy arj? j Award, "Gold Medal," World's have to be met, and we should iion oi mmgs existing, tnau we Fair, St. LODJ3, 1304. ticle, but the very opposite, an Mr. Rexroat worked a long Our farmers are busy plowing The most economical fence vou can have our best talents to meet are reading of Legislative inold time Democrat a Democrat looks well for while for Smith Bros, here and bay. Priceless than arespectable wood vestigations, and the exposure of their corn and it fence. Way not replace your oia one who stands for principles and them aright. is well up in the management of now, with aneat, attractive 1B0X IEXCE, school system needs re- graft and bribery, and other its age. LAST A. LIFETIME." not for policies, who believes in Our Iroa damaged the trade so we predict that h e Over 100 designs ofsnownFence, Ire Flawtr in our wuuusuw. lue, semei, etc., vising in that it may accomplish things in some of the States of Meadows and oats are an open, honest deal, and who X.OW Price will Surprise xou, dry will make a successful merchant CALX, xsn SEE rs. very much already by the children the Union. would not compromise with dis- the best results for-thS. F.Eubank Every body was sorry to hear weather and if it does not rain Columbia, Ky. honor to win In any battle. Mr. f of the State, and thereby insure We are glad that our, State has good and intelli- in fact escaped, and that its rec-or- d soon there will be no "hay o r of the deah of Judge Irvin o f Columbia, well lo- Able is an outspoken; active for the future a Two cottagee-iRussell-springand a large num- cated for rent. SeeG. P. Sraythe. j gent citizenship. s oats. is untarnish.Biit in view friend of our towMMan, Mr. There is a demand, andj none of the exposure .Garnett, Jgt Attoriipr'- General. J.M. Wilson of Nancy 'W as ber of people attended his bur- ker places, I I r en Reed Hardware Co. Columbia, Kentucky. bet-road- i - leg-slati- ve j Hanna's Green Seal "The one-thi- rd two-third- s, in-ma- rk ( Paint" w 4uiiiii ; .'i. I " j j , j S. N. HANCOCK OPTICIAN aiissiip ONE to-da- j MOP ! to-da- y. i lJ i 1' l I ' Sell .1 j , -- e -- . rS:i Y I. u - -- itHESHEil I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS gH&00&3L WP4$prft sjjrS' m . izs: - v The Buchanan Lyon Co. Campbellsviile, Kentucky m $ Are the Most Extensive Dealers in First-clas- s, Fancy and Durable Buggies 5 In all this Section of the State. They not only sell Taylor County but all the Adjoining Counties. If You 0& 8? Want an Easy Runner Campbellsviile, Ky. m m And a Good Looker at the Very Lowest Price, get in Communication with the BUCHANAN LYON CO. ) vrrrr....-.-.-.I I" are v;siting. in Louisville this I :: PERSONAL :: 3 1 Mr, Luther Potts, Creelsboro, was ference. here Monday. Mrs. J. V. White and little grand Mrs. Geo. W. Lowe was quite sick daughter, Miss Frances Strange, are last week. spending this week with relatives near Mr. A. G. Norris, was here a few Fairplay. days ago. Miss Ida Todd, who has been conGeo.H. Gowdy was here the first ducting a millinery store at Gordons-vllle- , Mr. Logan county, returned home of the month. Mr. J. A. Willis was quite sick all Saturday. Miss Letha Buchanan, of Burdick, last week, but is now up. who is visiting Miss Mary Tupman, of Mr. D. E. Hatcher and his son, Jesse, Cane Valley, called at the News office spent Sunday in Columbia. Monday. Mr. John A, Mitchell, Greensburg. Mr. W, M. Vance, who has been was here last Thursday. making his home in New Mexico for Mrs. Jas. Garnett has been quite five or six years, is now visiting relasick for a few days. tives in Adair county. Messrs. J. F. Patteson and Silas Den Mr. E. E. Coffey, of Green County, ny are in the market this week. was called to Columbia last week, t o Prof. W. M. Wilson visited his old see his niece, a daughter of Mr. J. W. Coffey, who is seriously ill. home, Williamsburg, last week. Mary and Mr A. W. Pedigo, Glasgow, spent a Misses Mollie Jeffries, Stella Garnett and Golda English are .few days of last week in Columbia. attending District Conference at RusProf. R. R. Moss and wife and their sell Springs, this week. daughter are visiting at Pellyton. A small son of Mr. Alonzo Perkins, Mr. Ray Flowers has been on the in the Green river section of this county sick list for several days, but is better. was bitten by a copper head snake last Mr. W. B. Rowe visited his daughter, week and is not likely to recover. Mrs. A. M. Rowe, Bowling Green, last Mr. J. A. Wilmore, of Gradyville, week. who is a student in the State Universi n travel ty, Lexington, returned home last .Mr. J. F. Shaw, a ing man, was here the latter part of Wednesday. He has one mort year. last week. Mrs. A. II. Currie and Miss Judith Mrs. Tina Wells, Russell Springs, Sturdivant, mother and nieca of Rev. spent last week with Mrs. J. F. Mont- B. M. Currie, who reside at Brownsville, Tenn., are visiting in Columbia. gomery. well-know- Mrs. J, P. Hutchison is spending this week with Mrs. B. 0. Hurt, at Russel I I Springs, and attending district Con- Iff & AAA ' I &AAAA.AA.A.A.AA. ........ . .. ........ .. .TTTTTTTTTyTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtTfftftffTtftffffffftytHHHtf -. . o v B -- -- . 8 X X -- I ! A i . jr A s The Reliable Deering Binders, Mow ers, Rakes and Twine -- . t- - A A A A JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE Will Furnish You with the Old v it i Watson. LOUISVILLE MARKETS. Squire Kemp, who lives below GradyMr. J. O. Russell was in Louisville ville, passed through Columbia last and Cincinnati last week, purchasing Friday, en route to near Jamestown, to Latest Quotations on Live Stock goods. visit his daughter, Mrs. Rascoe Meese. Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Walker reCATTLE Mrs. Sam Lewis is spending a few turned, last week, from a visit to weeks in Glasgow. She was accompaShipping steer $5.255.40 Uurkesville. nied to that city by her son, Alvin. On Beef steers 4.755.50 Mas. Sarah E. Barger, spent last his return he was accompanied by Miss Fat heifers and cows 4754.S5 week, visiting at the home of Mrs. G. Mabel Goodman, who will be with Miss Cutters , 2.5o3.75 M. Stevenson. Edna Lewis for a few weeks. Canners 1.252.25 .... Bulls 4.504.75 Messrs Charles Herriford and J. B. Feeders 5.005.50 were injLouisyille a few days Barbee Stockers 3.004.05 of last week. 35.00-45.Choice milch cows G. P. SMYTHE of Mr. Mr. Leo Baldauf, Common to fair cows . . . 10.00-20.and Mrs. Sam Lewis, was here a few HOGS for days ago. 5.90 Choice 220 up FIRE INSURANCE Mr. W. B. Patteson, who is in the 6.00 Mediums, 160 to 220 revenue business, reached home last 6.45 Pigs and Thursday morning. 5.45 Roughs REAL ESTATE SHEEP AND LAMBS Mr. Braxton Massie, who has been 7.50 I under treatment at Louisville, returned Best lambs home Sunday night. Culls 4.005.50 son-in-law Mrs. J. W. Bault and daughter ing the latter's parents, Mr. and visited near Carmel last Saturday Mrs. James Humphress, Jast Planting corn and making to- night and Sunday. Sunday. Misses Fannie and Eura Bault bacco hills is the order of the Miss Rosie Jones, of Holmes, spent last Saturday night and day. spent last Sunday with relatives Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Garner Sunday with the family of G. A. I near this place. were visiting the latter's parents, Bault, near Holmes. Al Tmvn numpnress, wno last Sunday. iit. urtinea TTiku.L... 7 Kqqt-Viae Sl in FnrVilr Uli.L. W. S. Bault made a business trip to Campbellsviile, last Tues- some time, remains about the 1 1 j I M I r i V, MMmmm -t- ; 00 day. same. I 00 iFatsheep Nell Cox, who visited Children's Day of the local Presbyte' GRAIN. Rosenfield, has returned to her rian church, will be observed at the 90 Wheat home, Smith's Grove. morning hour for service on the 4th Corn 50 Mr. John G. Noel, who spent several Sabbath in June. Local Market. of logs on Mr. Fisher's farm near weeks with relatives, left for his home, , Memphis, Texas-- Monday. I want to buy a good combined horse, Holmes. about 151 hands high. Mr. T. R. Stults, who is clerk of the 31-Mrs. Dellie Watson and sister. T. A. Murrell. 9 Eggs State Equlization Board, came in from Hens 11 Miss Lettie Feese were in Knifley Frankfort Thursday morning A fine Jersey cow which was owned .7. 13 Chickens last Saturday. Mr. W. D. King, who spent several by Eld. Z. T. Williams, died last Sun3 Cocks '.. Columbia, left on a day. days of last week in Turkeys Mr. S. H. Jones, who has been travling tour last Thursday. C. . 4 Geese 7 quite sick, is improving. .. Ducks Mr. Tim B. Cravens writes his Gov. J. R. Hindman was callsd to 14 Wool (clear grease) that he is well pleased with his poMrs. Nancy Irvine, of near Ssmerset Monday, his brsther-in-laWool (washed) 20to22 sition at Burnside. Mr. T. F. Hell, being seriously ill. Hides (green) 5to6 Carmel, is visiting friends and 38to42 relatives near this place. Feathers Judge and Mrs. Junius Hancock and Foxes Wanted 4 00 Ginseng and daughter Nell, their son, Henry, Grey Foxes. Squirrels, Coons. Minks 25 Beeswax Mr, and Mrs. Robert Watson, morning for Cincinnati. live Eed and will leave this Miss iiiss-Madg- 3.75-4.- 25 e J. G. Bault was visiting his .VmViUTe Mrs. Ethel Russell and Mrs. C. 33? &&KK9fWQf&? brother, near this place, last Sun-- , UJZSJ .Jl .jLIXXwlS UHftCJ'iiirKa E. Walker, made' a business trip day. to Knifley, last Friday. Johnson Humphress was in Messrs. Finis and Lawrence 1 Bault visited their cousins, Wal- Knifley last Saturday. ter and Alvin Humphress, last The people would be very glad ' Correct and I to see a good rain now, as the Saturday night and J3unday. Artistic Decoration zt llfSZ Moderate Cost. g m Mr. Alfred Chandler has moved last three weeks of dry weather nenfy a Lompanys his mill from this place to a set have almost ruined the gardens. $ j t 81 0ur Home llll I wK jgyjgqL T5?H To-da- 2t L.. Our efficient miller, Mr. Slaughter, keeps very busy most all the time. Miss Ora A. Bault is visiting her relatives, .near Carmel this week. Mr. Wm. Corbin passed through this neighborhood with his saw mill one day last week. We did not learn where he intended to locate. I & ra 'K 'M m ita H Wall Papers i" SS&S pSJifiL teen-elev- or the Season of Nine-represent the best the WnrM affnr,?. en vv l!?!WF MjffiE? 2JkE?K purchase. rmeI- - There j SlnlP'e books shown at yoar rtsii ce and most attractive prices is no obligation tc Ip m M I mgf miB mBK52 p5,aI card ' ""M belcw- wi" rece'Te immediate attention. J. G. EUBANK .SffiSBLL Columbia, Ky9 ik and Skunks. Mrs. Bettie grand daughterTemprence is- - E. Wolford , Ray and.her first letter, Wol- - Send name of your express office in W. T. HODGES Box232, Campbellsviile. Ky. We want to buy a horse. Richardson & Beck. I ! Mr. and Mrs. George Bault and of this place, were visiting the children, of Holmes, were visit latter's-sisterlast Sunday. , 9 ti-- : '-- r r H 'C - .4- - ?.'-- jt c- - THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS -- J6.W i ! Rowes X Roads. I Attention! We Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill Stock ready for use. A large assortment of. Windows, Doors, Roofing, Colonial Columns. In fact we can furnish any, part or all the is What a good rain we have had this week, we were so glad to see it come for we were getting dry. I will say for the benefit of 0 B. V., )K)iek)KK " AIIAIMIPRA AIIIAIIII I Vly 7TC I XV II I Pi Ih XH HMhKX Sl I l. ff&AiN Mo. 27 & N. Time Card X No. No. Ho Vo. 23 79 21 93 IN -- Find it profitable to do their shomiine at our store. We know vi you will also find it profitable if you do your shopping at our ij; sfc store, in person or by mail 25c FOULARD 15 c : MEN'S SILK at Somerset, that old man PR --Hi. Mercerized Foulards, handsome styles, 25c quality at 15c $17. SUITS $11.95 These are exceptionally handsome suits at the price. They are mad from pure wool fabrics and well tailored. We show this line in black and colors, in French Serge, Storm Serge, English Worst- Nl 7TC Tom Wood, any grade desired, that Building or Repair work. Interest to inspect needed for It will be to your Prices. our Stock and Sandusky Ky. ColumDia, & L . Co. J t oasu, uwia, DlJrlo dU umiuo, Vnncy n A ' r company HUGHES 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. If We appreciate them. 0 Hadley is the correspon dent at Rowes X Roads. Hei lives on the Sam Stephen farm at the same place where John Sheretcut his knee 40 years ago. You spoke of the good old times you. and the boys had at Moors school house when you was a boy I will tell you that if you was to put Sam Collins in a brush heep to catch the ball for you now when you wanted to get him out, you would have to burn the brush pile first for Sam is bigger around than he is up and down. We callShim shorty now. Well I forgot this-i- s a square and he is square all "around, try him and you will see. John Oaks sold two mules for $300. Men's Pure Silk ?K Socks, black 7N and colors; 39c quality 25c. Tbajn 0.21 o.78 0.23 Jo. 22 In effect Monday. Dec 31. 1908. SOUTH BOUND As. Lf.bano Lv. Louisville &:42am 7:00 am 10:04 am. ..8:15 am 7:40pm 5:05pm pm 100 pm 9:00 pro 650 pm NORTH BOUND V Lv. Lebanon As. Louisvillb 7:50 am 5:48am 10:15 am 722am 6:55pm 4:30pm 8:15 pm G2Spm 0 8.-0- IN ?K Tin PERCALE WRAPPERS 95c PURE WOOL vr 7K 7k Jo. 92 Nos. 92 and 722am S3 are.Sunday trains only. Pure Wool SERGE 49c IN 7R & 7JN SIC Ladies Percale Wrappers cut full, neatly made: special 95c IN NU LADIES SILK HOSE 35 7i Ladies' 7K In Silk Hose, with lisle top 50c uality 35c Pure eds, Fancy Mixtures, etc. Many Suits elsewhere at $17. are no better. As a special bargain we offer them at French Serge, k black and col- - vv orsjagreatval- - yj) ue at 49c 50 W1LM0RE HOTEL W. JB. CUIUjaOI?E, First-Cla- ss S11.95. as v IN TABLE DA- - vr j) MASK 39 Bleached Table 72n Damask, a Nt quality worth K 50c; as a great special at 39c IN 7F Prop i. () Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rates GKftDYlILLe, KY GATHOFS, Nl Louisville, Kentucky. Eighth and Market IN 7K M NIX NIX Nl 7K TiN 7K 7i TIn sfc ?K ) y Nl jy Nl NI ( 7TvKjn N in V Nir ,IS fc Njr iNxiNiNTK Tin J Nfc NJNlM VJT NtT r: Tin iTTNTiNTiTiNTiN & S. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON 6 i Miss,Marger Antle has been visiting at her uncle Bill Cooks the last week. Annie Pierce died near Esto at her son's Frank Pierce, May 13th at the age of 84 years. Her husband died last Feb. Annie died with a cancer on her head and face. She joined the Baptist church at White Oak, about 65 years ago, 7 years ago she transferred her name with her husband here to the Oake Grove United Brethren church. She leaves behind her one sister, old aunt RachaHMcKinley, two sons and three daughters, grand children and friends. But not to weep as those that have no hope. Aunt said that all was well with her and she was ready and willing to go home and be at rest with God. Misses Angaline Blakey Hill and Stellie Hines were visiting at Thomas Hadleys last An-nali- ze E. L HUGHES CO., INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE, KY. U. G. HARDMCI, Prcs. J. H. COCKE, V. Pres. R. H. D1ETZMAN, Sec W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 piLtLiWRlGHTS DEALERS IN f mflCHirliSTS ENGINES. EOILERS, SAW MLIS. 1301 N. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TfilRTeeNTH-MftlLOUISVILLE SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work SSK-t- ; HliJL aSSSsM5Bi3E" Machinery Repaired JOBBING WORK SOLICITED ksg All Kinds of Sunday. ELLWOOD Misses Flora Cook, Nellie Hans and Mrs. Ercie Aaron, went to the Springs' to the hat shop last week. Boys look out for the young 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD widow. We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long Mr. Marvin Morgan and Miss as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights Lorasey Hadley were married and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. here May 25. Good luck and 58 INCH many happy days is the wish of WIRE FENCE thf-f- S 26INCH hVhX MWmW( KK KM mVVhM rliMVsf isincH zEr-.'-4- )) -- M XX AAA An AM flHrtftft AAA A A A ATA t . . M-- riVW i lAouiuamuyAnxymLu rt vtnr vtvr McirHTcw'J'"' TJv7V7VWv2Y' -if Mb-s-to- nt : fi ilA f (f'fSiJrfeiiifctAlJMiA'IKjT iwft himiriAMAni T sb KaW' 7V7VKI Tnp? ,MJW', " im Fi ( ffi ri FFNrF (CTiNnion ctvi ctv Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. FERTILIZERS We have on hand a large stock of "GROVES SQUARE BRAND FERTILIZERS." It was made during the last half of 1910, which insures it to be in the very best drilling condi- tion. 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. your many friends. Beldon Helm's baby that has been sick so long is getting some better. I got done planting corn to day May 26, hurrah for me. Georgie Hays had a cow to go nearly dry last winter. This Spring she commenced to increase in her milk, she went up to 4 gallons a day. To his great suprise he got up the other morning and found a new calf running around. Brother and Sister Petry's Sunday school Ralley at the Oak Grove Church here last Friday, Saturday and Sunday was a great day. They showed and told us many good things, they are great Sunday School workers. The crowd on Sunday was very large and the order was of the best for which we thank all. with some earnestness as they expect o f their pastors there Program of the musicgl asso- j would be far greater result ach ciation to be held at Hutchison ieved in winning souls for Christ School house the third Sunday in The pew depends altogether too June, beginning at 9 o'clock. much on the pulpit during the! ,1. Song led by T. B. Clark.. We do not 2. Devotional exercises, Rev. revival campaign. mean to say that too much conFrank Hughes. 3. Song led by Earnest Cun-dif- f. fidence can be placed i n t h e preacher and his efforts. But 4. Welcome address, T. B. experience and observation Clark. teach that many pastors do not 6. Solo, Love Richards. get the help they need in their 7. Response, Mont Powell. special avangelistic meetin gs ' 8. Song, Stella Richards and from the members of the chui ch Etter Bryant. In many instances the pastor 9. Song by I. M. Grimsley, must begin and carry on "his reclass. vival efforts with a mere fracVictoria Rich10 Quartette, tion of his membership in atten-- , ards, Loucindia Combest, Howard dance at the services. Often, Leach and I. M. Grimsley. upon whom he should b e 11. Should music be taught in those the public school, Curtis Absher, able to count for the best support in his meetings divide their vtime D. M. Moore, Mont Powell. between distracting social func- -' 12. Quartette by Ernest tions and attendance at the r e- -' class. vival which the preacher to striv13. Solo by Ida E. Bryant. How can t h e 14. What gives rise to the diff- ing to realize, erent kinds and varieties of Lord give the increase expect the measures, A. G. Hill, U. G. An people with the preacher strive derson, J. F. Turner. to save souls? Evie Bryant, 15. Quartette, Reedy Chapman,Rucker P. GrimProgram. sley, John Burton. 16. What gives 'rise to the Program of Sunday school con- -' different keys in music, Cortez vention of Magisterial district Bryant, Frank Hughes, T. B. No. 3. to be held at Glenvilie Clark. Sunday afternoon June 4th. Pearlie Com17. Quartette, best, Wommie Grimsley, Howard 1. The purpose of this convention, M. E. Blair. Leach, Willie Combest. Program. . i i i Cun-diff- 's "I T i' Special ICItfjf.l.if. ' kT- - KN 9,- - " ..V ' Z-?- J Jf - T" - ' Attnetin to Eyes Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE. 0NBURKSV1LLE STREET. Joseph i Jamstown, H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Will praclice in this andadjoin!ng counties. : Kentucky, Why i . Not Read i The Courier Journal? HENRY WATTERSON ! 18. Song led by Howard Leach. 19. Solo, by Dennie N. Grim 2. How secure attendance, G. i Editor. We Can Furnish You W. Turner. 3. Relation sley. 20. Duet by Evie Bryant and of the Sunday ! Rosa Combest. 21. Recitation, Nannie Grims- SSltir-0-114. Duties Adair County News i ley. 22. How of Sunday school teachers, Burton Yates and J.W. 5. What the Sunday school is i and the interest young people, Marshall. doing for our country, Rev. G. W. Collins and J. V. Dudley. 6. Duties discussed by I. M. Grimsley, and ' A. G. Hill. 23. Octett No., 117 in Silver Trumpet, Pearlie Combest, Evie Bryant, Dennie Grimsley, Ida Kimbler, Rutcher P. Grimsley, Howard Leach, Cortez Bryant, Weekly Courier-Journ- a J of parents toward the Sunday school,MatthewTay-- t lor and Luther Williams. school as a social Factor, Elbert Webb and UUliil UUllCili . i i Both One Year For $1.50 TTr Anderson Murrelh Amanda Bryant, Lucindia Combest, 7. The Sunday ) Committee. ) Victoria Richards, I. M. Grimsley, Chairman. Ida E. Bryant. Secretary. X JONES, COFFEY & SON. ,- Beginning. Sunday, July the 2nd, 1911, Duty of the Laity. I shall deliver a series of sermons each Sunday evening as follows: ' July 2 An Address to Young Men. just as necessary for the It is July 16 A Message to Young Women Aug. 6 Love, Courtship and Mar- lay members to strive to save riage in the Light of Scripture. is for the 'pasture o r Aug. 20 A Scriptural View of the souls as it Marriage Relation. evangelist to doyso. If the laity M COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY. rV-- S a-- H. Howertea; x Pastor Columbia vBit tint Church. D. i 2 Com- Write Courier-JournA Dreadful Wound. jpany, Louisville, Ky., for fjom a knife gun tin can rusty nail fire free sample copy of edition works or of any other ndture demanmd prompt treatment with Bucklen's Ar- you desire, but be sure to nica Salve to blood poison or gangrene. Its the quickest surest healer for all send your subscription order such wounds also for Burns, Boils, to this paperNOT tothe Sores Eruptions, Eczema Chapped would take hold of the work Cams or Piles. 25c at Paull Drug Co.,' Courier Joura!. al J are urgently requested tonakei reports at this convention. ' ! i aiso give iiDerai Sunday schools of this district combination rate vith Daily w e can .... , . j ,. - . . it v' t- 'Vl nL - ) f' ... r- - f - - . u w 'i , . ; THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS DUCKING A SCOLD GOLD FOR JEWELERS. Most of the Raw Material Is Bought h Women Suffer than relieve, if used persistently, u 10 say tnai it cured tnem. mucK needless pain when they delay using Cardui for their female troubles. Cardm has hppn fnnnri r relieve headache, backache, pain in the side and diz ziness, arising irom deranged organs. It does more FREE FOR STOMACH AND BOWELS A Custom Quite Popular at Time In This Country. From the Government. Jewelers derive their gold supply One from various" sources, such as old jewelry, banks and refineries, 'but the greater part of the raw gold used by the manufacturer comes from the gov WOMEN ALWAYS THE VICTIMS. In Colonial Days Ducking Stools Were Common In Maryland, In Virginia the Penalty Was Often Inflicted, and many have writ- - v CARDUI It Will Help You Mrs. Maxwell Johnson. Tamna. "Fla.. writes? "f!nWlm uic jiiter uociora ana every tmng else naa laiiea. xue. J 37 nvcu iuu ana iair mai. Mrs. Jbhnson suflFerprl vpat TTovo crm? "nrt ah But why Buffer at all? Take Cardui. Give it a fair trial. 1 Had been suffer- iUi xiuuiD spens ever since J. was lb years old. Une day 1 decided to take Cardui. T havfi nnw aVpti K hnflnc onrl T on oott that it has cured me. I advise all suffering women to give Cardui rJ0v 9 AT ALL DRUG STORES 5)t, . Q. Bunbar RING 3. Res. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone 40-- ', 5)entist OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN Dr. James Triplet! Dentist. JEFFRIES' BUILDING. JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY r 'PHONE NO. 40, COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY I WEEKLY 60URIER -- JOURNAL HENRYiWATTERSON, Editor Is a NaDional Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1.00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS For $1.50 if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yfl $6.00 Yr Sunday Courier-Journ- al, $2.00 We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write ;g3 ' this paper. Pickett Tobacco PROPRIETORS Warehouse INDEPENDENT C. A. BRIDGES & Co. Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky. W. G. BRIDGES chas.a.bridges Give us a trial. Four Months Storage Free We Guarantee to Please you Ma rketAffords Table su pptied With the Best the Meals, 35c M1LLEN ' HOUSE. Proprs . M. D. MILLEN & CO., M. Located on Railroad St., one square east of L. & N. Station Lebanon, - Kentucky. - Georgia Sinned as Late as 1819. Nowadays if o woman forms the habits of talking too loud and too long or Inslcfa nnnn snvim? nnnlensnnt thimrs in wronsr nlaces and at wrornr! seasons there are several things which may happen to her. If she is a person, of some social standing her husband may get a divorce, or if she belongs in one of the lower strata he may leave her without that little formality, i If she makes life too unbearable for the neighbors she may possibly be ar- rested and fined. If she-- lives in Eng- - ' and interrupts the proceedings of , parliament, calls names, chases digni- wheQ the ug Iq tailes to cover whenever they show flgmucn flS the a a, hfld becQ themselves in public and knocks off omblned with tne meta, and a that policemen's helmets she is called a suf-iwnecess for tne commercial , fragette and sometimes imprisoned. utilSzatlon of tne coln was to a lt But even the most "obstinately oppro-- . BufficIentl to brl tne ,d down to brious and virulent woman, to quote, the ,nt r from 'the Jew- be stately Addison, may be confident eers Ume and that she will escape the Punishment, wag q inasmucll M tni8 meted out to her sister of old. What-, did mucQ bookk ever happens, she won t be sentenced .Ingand .l rendered unnecessary the ty- i to the ducking stool. In many ways ing up of J. considerable amounts of modern life is tame and lacking in i money in c the purchase. of raw . . .. . incident for a self assertive. . . XJcllCl, UWU I?rrr11c?K onffiQ (ratf-AIoHtf nnd nvart ci"u ccu iiac uu&ou ouuubv.uw ever, the government 'made up the complain that they are not taken se- pure gold in brick or bar form, and lt riously enough. is in that shape the greater bulk of No such claim could have been made n derived. in the past, say between the fifteenth th,LSUpp,yJs of dollars pass between far! and eighteenth centuries, when Jew-jemore rigid views prevailed on the sub-- i the banks and the, manufacturing elers every year in the forms of bars of feminine self repression. In those days magistrates were unani-- i of &0,d' the banks handling these for mous in the conviction that "meekness1 the benefit of their clients. The bricks ValT in value according to Weight from J vp rholspsf nrnlmpnt fnr n wnmnn govand it was held a crime to speak "dis $200 to $500 and come with the guar- authority, civil ernment assay office stamp as a cornfully" of those in or ecclesiastical. A woman must not antee of Durity and flneness.-N- ew even indulge in too great freedom of lorK ress- speech in the privacy of her own home and neighborhood. Sometimes she did, STANDARD MEASURES. and then she was attended to in a simple yet spectacular manner. The Old Bucket and the Half Bushel She was bound securely to a stout Basket Were Alike. chair firmly fixed to the end of a long Farmer Giles had beard rumors of beam, arranged to work up and down the short weight scandal; but, as for on the principle of the seesaw, on himself, he was honest in thought, the edge of a river or pond. On the word and deed. He was naturally inbank at the other end a man worked censed when an apple buyer from the the contrivance by means of a strong city objected to his half bushel measchain, and she was given a ducking, ure. which lasted until justice was satis-fle- d "I've used that red bucket five years," or reform was promised, the pqpu-lac- e he said, "and I know it's correct." of course gathering in large num"A dozen years' use wouldn't affect bers to assist at the function. its correctness," was the reply. "Have In England the practice was so gen- you any other reason for thinking It eral that each town had its ducking is correct?" pond conveniently located where petty The farmer controlled his anger and offenders of various kiuds were disci- after a moment's thought led his plined. The pond for the western part critic to the corncrlb and showed him of London was what is now a portion a basket woven from hickory splits. of Trafalgar square. Charing Cross "That measure twice full fills this," Many of the old ducking stools are he said. "And this holds exactly a still in existence as curiosities. In the bushel." days of their activity they were kept "How do you know it does?" in the church porches, where they as "Because Bill Sullivan made doubtless pointed a moral as to the he makes baskets for everybody,it and haughty spirit which goeth before a he said it was a bushel."- fall Still the man was not satisfied. They The first colonists brought the insti- went to interview Bill. tution to this country, although it nev""Why, of course," said the basket er flourished in New England. In fact, maker, "1 weave every one of them there are no authentic records of the of an exact size. I make only one actual use of the ducking stool in pattern basket to hold a bushel." these colonies, although a number of "But how do you know the pattern women were sentenced to be so pun- holds a bushel?" ished. They had, however, other meth"How do I know? I'm sure of It ods of treatment for ladies of a shrew- I made It originally to hold two of ish disposition, one of these being this half bushel basket" the wearing of a cleft stick upon the "And this half bushel basket?" tongue. Bill frowned and pulled his hair In In the central and southern colonies an effort to remember. Then his face the custom was quite popular. In the brightened. seventeenth century ducking stools "Why, yes," he said, "I'm sure of it were in every county in Maryland, and I tried It one time. Giles, by that old in 1775 one was placed at the conflu red bucket measure of yours!" ence of the Ohio and Monongahela riv- Youth's Companion. ers. In Virginia the penalty was often employed, and in 1034 a Thomas Hart-l- y The Way to Bake Beans. of that colony wrote, it is said, to To "make baked beans soak one and Governor Eudicott of Massachusetts, pints small white beans overgivins a detailed account of a ducking one-haadministered to "one Betsey, wife of night in soft water. In the morning John Tucker, who by violence of her drain and parboil, but not enough to tongue had made his home and ye crush the beans. Place in the bottom neighborhood uncomfortable." After of a bean pot several slices of bacon describing the machine he adds: "Ye (salt or fresh pork), then put in about rope was slackened by ye officer, and half the beans, over which sprinkle ye woman was allowed to go down salt, a heaping spoonful of brown sugunder ye water for ye space of half a ar or New Orleans molasses, then more minute. Betsey had a stout stomach slices of the bacon. Over this place and would not yield until she had al- the rest of the beans, with the salt lowed herself to be ducked five severall sugar or molasses and bacon on top. times." After she promised to "sin no Cover with soft water and bake at more" Betsey was untied and allowed least eight hours, though they are betto "walk home in her wetted clothes, ter if baked all day. Add soft water a hopefully penitent woman." as needed. The ducking stool prevailed longer in America than in England. In the The High Hatbox. old country it does not seem to have If you keep your hatbox on a high been used later than 1809. but in Georgia women were ducked for scolding shelf in a closet you may find the folas late as 1819. It is Interesting to lowing suggestion worth trying: Slit note that in 1S24 a woman in Phila- open the two upright edges of one side delphia was sentenced to be ducked, of the hatbox. so that when the cover but the decree was not carried out. as Is raised this side will drop down as if it was "deemed obsolete and contrary on hinges. Th' will allow you to reto the spirit of the times." A writer move or replace the hat without taking on colonial customs states that one of the box from the shelf. Harper's. the last indictments for ducking in. His Sincerity. this country was that of Mrs. Anne "T was surprised when I heard that Royall in Washington, a lobbyist, who "became so abusive to congressmen Grabrox had joined the church." "1 wasn't. I happened to be present that she was indicted as a common scold before Judge William Cranch when he and his business partner see which member of the and was sentenced by him to be duck- shook dice-ted in the Potomac. She was. howev firm should Join." Indianapolis Jourer. not subjected to the ducking Indig nal. an. nlty. but was released with a In His Line. "He Is building an immense artifiWhen our hatred Is too bitter It cial mountain on his country estate." places us below those whom we bate "Well. I guess lt comes sort of natural for him to put tip a bluff." Puck. La Rochefoucauld. i ( j J We are in receipt of letters from mild and gentle in action that a child Mrs. Eva Gaskins, 304 Madison St., as well as a grown person can take it; Topeka, Kan., and Mr. P. H. Gavel-la- s, in fact, it has no equal for children, Wagoner, Okla., as well as many women and old people. others, telling about the wonderful reIt arouses the flow of gastric juice, sults they have secured in the cure of eminent their stomach and liver troubles by and by a peculiar action trains the From the refiner the gold comes to the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep- stomach and bowel muscles to agai do their work naturally, and in time the factory in the form of buttons or sin. medicines of can granules. The refineries employ the This remedy, as all readers doubt- pensed with. all kinds sample be disA free waste of tht Jewelry shops and by less know, has been before the public can be had for trial by sendingbottle your burning off the material portions and for a generation arid is now being address to the doctor, for in this more extensively used than any other way Mrs. Gaskinds, subjecting the result to certain proc- remedy Mr. Gavellas and for stomach, liver and bowel many others first esses recover much gold that other- complaints. According learned of the cure, to reliable tes- Later, when wise would be lost to the trade. timony, it seems to be a very quick you need, do satisfied it is the remedy as others are doing and For many years there was a steady and lasting cure for constipation, inbuy it of your druggist at fifty cent3 drain on the gold coin in circulation. digestion and dyspepsia, liver trouble, caused tte use of tne coln V Jew" biliousness, headaches, sour stom- and one dollar a bottle. For the free sample address Dr. W. elers in search of raw material. The ach, gason the stomach, drowsiness eating fact that our government turned out a after liquid and similar disorders. It B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building; is a with tonic effect, and so Monticello. 111. coln that after passlng through assny office was of twenty-tw- o carat fineness, only two grains below the pure gold standard, and had also been worked over, the silver and copper forming the alloy having been mixed thoroughly in the gold before the coin was milted. made the gold coin d Is ready for distribution. This book will attractive to the jeweler. "fularly experienced no trou- prove a valuable guide to the home fur- Our Fifth Annual Catalog nisher, as the faithful illustrations of par-lan- I as Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums make it Possibe to do Your Shopping at Home Every item is of greatest interest and the Lace Curtain and Drapery pages add special value to our attrartive offerings. Write us a card to day for the Catalog "l i T, mate-dramati- Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Incorporated 522 and 525 West Market St. Louisville, Kentucky. Columbia District, Third Round. ct , Columbia, June 10 11. Cane Valley, June, 1112. Grady ville, June, 17-- 18. Temple Hill, June, 2021. Tompkinsville, June, 22. West Tompkinsville, June,24 25. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 The District conference will be held at Russell Springs June The first day will be taken for the work of the Sunday School and Epworth League BRIGHTER, BETTER, conference. BIGGER THAN EVER Let all local preachers read the THE2REGULAR PRICE OF law regarding their attendance at the district conference and govern themselves accordingly THE LOUISVILLE TIMES I especially request that al who love God pray daily for the IS A YEAR. presence of the Holy Spirit. The committee are as follows: License, J. L. Murrell, J. A. If YOU WILL SEND YOUR 0RDEP Johnson, R. T. McConnell. Admission, B. M. Currie, R. L. TO US, YOU CAN GET Talley, J. P. Van Hoy. Orders. J. H. Walker, D. T. $5.00 Tarter, G. W. Pangburn. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS T. L. Hulse, P. E. KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. lf The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as far as reported. Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or correction of dates: days. Versailles, Auguest days. Lexington, August Russell Springs August 8 i days. days. Uniontown, August Vanceburg. August 9 4 days. Lawrenceburg, August 1J5 i days. Leitchfield, August 154 days. Burkesville, August 15 4 days. Broahead, August 163 days. Fern Creek, August, 16 4days. Columbia, August 22- -4 days, Shepherdsville, August 224 days. London. August 22 4'days. AND THE L0UISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR 23 76 85 FOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. -- Erlanger, August 23 4gdays. Germantown, August 243 days. Nicholasville, August 29- -3 days. Somerset, August 293 days. Bardstown. August 304 days. Alonticello, September 5 1 days. Has the best corps of corref pondents. Covers the Kentucky field perfectly. days. Alexandria, September Covers the general news field 5 4 days. Mount Olivet, September days. Hodgenville, September completely. days. Sanders, September Kentucky State Fair Louisville, SepHas the best and fullest martember 116 days Horse Cave, September 204 days. kets reports. Mayfield, September 274 days 55 53 64 DEMOCRATIC in politics, Woman. is one who is lovely in the face from mind and temper. But it is hard for a fair to everybody. woman to be charming without health. A Chaaming A weak sickly womon will be nervous but fine."-Bellm- and irritable. Constipation and kidney poisons show in pimples blotches, skin TION RIGHT AWAY eruptions and a wretched complexion. But Electric Bitters always prove a godsend to women who want health, TO THIS PAPER not to They regulate beauty and friends. Times. Kidneys, puriy the Stomach, Liver and nervas, bright pure blood; give strong breath, smooth velvety skin, lovely Fob Sale: One six year old comcomplexion and perfect hhalth. Try bined Bed Bird horse. Would trad for cattle. Call on The News. them 50c at Paull Drug Co., SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP- The-Louisvill- e -- .1 V '! -1 if 1 l"'l jf II - .. , . r ' - .. 2"l ?S",-r- . ' A-- .. : -., f ,W o" 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. means of rods and bolts and to efforts of physicians. have his residence secure from Mr. Charles Harst has the ma Our farmers are complaining any kind of floods or wind that terial on the ground for the might come. We know that he is erection of a modern dwelling at of dry weather. a natural machanic and can do this place. Quite a number of acres of any thing most that he underMr. William Stailey divided ground were prepared for trans his farm a few weeks ago be planting tobacco in this section takes. tween his son, Deming, and Mr. last week. Hatcher. Harst, who is his It J. A. Wilmore returned from Tobacco and tomato plants are is one of the most desirable Lexington, the first of the week farms on Meadow Creek, and is a where he has been in school for becoming too large toset,and unless rains come immediately valuable gift. the past nine months. considerably The farmers of Lsmons Been Drs. Nell and Simmons spent the acreage will be have recently, placed in a telelast Friday fishing that resulted cut, what has been transplanted is dying on account of thelwarm phone line with 13 phones. It in an abundance of fish. will be a great convenience to W. L. Grady attended the dry weather. Wheat is reported neighborhood. burial of Mrs. Harriet Caldwell not be filling satisfactorily. The that best wheat raisers say that the Prof. G. W. Beck, of Ohio, "is at Portland last Wednesday. Ed Diddle was .at Greensburg yield will be light, and quality visiting his cousins, I. K. Milnot good. ler, and sons. This is his first last Monday and Tuesday. son-in-law. I been attending college at Win- oriQofri ia4iiinAl Vivrvirt T??3rTT evening. He is a noble young man and is making great pro gress m equiping himseli tor a professional life. Mr. Ray Miller is also attending the same institution, but will not return home at present, but will go south in the interest of the Y. M. C. A, r Remember When You Want Columns " Us Ours is the only Colonial Column Factory in Kentucky. Nothing but Solid and Bored Poplar. Mr. John Ashbrook and family of Russell Springs, have moved to this place. Mr. Ashbrook has charge of the blacksmith shop. Absher. H W w Remember that we are in better position to furnish Columns than any Firm in the State. Our Prices are Right Discount to Dealers Phone No. 108. Mrs. Mary A. Brockman spent Thursday night at H. B. Robert- COLUMBIA COLUMN CO. COLUMBIA, KY. son's. Hon. L. T. Neat of Columbia, was shaking the hands of his friends in this section a day or so of last week. Mr. Robert 0. Keltner in company with Mr. Clem Keltner, attended decoration services at Morris chapel last Wednesday. Several addresses were made suitable for the occasion. r Miss Annie Robertson and trip and is well pleased with the Jennie Baily were shopping a t hospitality shown time. Rev. J. F. Jaudon, of Camp- Campbellsville last week. Miss Ann E. Cave is visiting bellsville Baptist Church, preached at Liberty Sunday evening. her nephew Mr. Garland Weath-erfor- d of near Columdia. The congregation was large and was delighted with the forcible Several of the youngpeople of manner in which the sermon this place attended Decoration was presented. at Carmel, Bethel Presbyterian church has Mrs. 'Mary Brockman and Mr. one of the best Sunday schools Elbert Cooley who have beeni n Mr. Geo. S. Keltner of Keltin any country church. It is Louisville are at home. ner, called in to see us while en largely attended and is well Mr. and route for the reunion that conMrs. John Rule were conducted by Mr, R.C.Buchanan, visiting their daughter Mrs. S. C vened near Green river bridge, There are eight classes. last Friday. Mr. Keltner inNeat of Garlin last Sunday. 3 Mrs. C. B. Whitney and sons, formed us that every thing was Messrs. E, S. and Dempsy Samuel and Garnett, who have moving along quitely in his secRice and Miss Judelle Robertson boom. been visiting relatives at Rocky tion. A child of Mr. John Miles, of Hill Station, EJmonson county, visited at Mr. D. Robertson SunWalker and AusMessrs. Nat this place, is lying at the point returned home Tuesday, after a day. tin Wiimore, spent last Sunday of death with cholers infantum. Mrs, D. Robertson visitedlMrs pleasant trip of a week's durain Columbia. G. C. Russell last Thursday. The business men of Camp- tion. Mr. and Mrs. Brack Cain of Mr. Lee Farris is having a bellsville have had main and deMr. William Cundiff , who disnear Columbia, visited the family pot streets oiled. The cost is a appeared from his home about large barn pattern drawn heie. days of of Mr. Silas Cain a few Mr, and Mrs. D Knifley visiconsideration, but not so much five weeks ago, has not been last week. as a daily sprinkling with water. heard from. He leaves a wife ted at Mr. G. M. RusselllJlast We all enjoy reading Mr. CarMiss Edna Turner, who has and one child, and no one can ac- Sunday. continued piece through ter's Mr. Howard Russelljvisited been teaching in a busines col- count for his leaving. Tne relayour valuable sheet and most eslege, El Reno, Okla., for the past tives have offered a reward of his cousin MilliamJR. Beard "last pecially uncle Charlie Yates who 15 months, is visiting her relatives $50-foany information as to his Sunday. enjoys calling his mind back to here. She is a recent graduate whereabouts. He was in an Miss Mary Martin lsvisiting his bye gone days. of a business school at Bowling asylnm a few years ago, but has her aunt Mrs. Lee Robertson Cook, John Messrs. John Green, and is commanding a been considered rational since his this week. Campbell and Strong Hill, with salary of $80 a month. return. A thorough search has Mr. and Mrs. Ben Grant visiseveral other traveling men, Mr. C. B. Whitney holds the been made in this section, but no ted at Roley several days last made our town last week. record on pea sowing. 48 hours one "has seen him since his dis- week. Miss Nora Sherrell, who has after sowing a crop, he finds appearance. Mr. John Noel a nd John been attending school at the L. sprouts on the peas one half of Mr. Chester Sublett, Coburg. Squires visited at G. M, Russell W. T. S., at Columbia returned an inch long. was at Campbellsville Thursday last week. home a few weeks ago and will Miss Elizabeth Turner who is having his eyes examined by a French Yalle. spend vacation here. holding a lucrative position as specialist. Mr. Sublett intended Uncle John Grady of color, of g for a mercantile finishing his course in civil Judge T. A, Murrell 'Columbia Columbia, was in our town one firm, Doves, Tennessee, is here engineering, but the condition was here Saturday. day last week and called in to for a few days recreation. She of his eyes will not permit Prof. W. L. Stearman Albany see us. While in our midst he is a former student, L. W. T. S., The Blue Grass Tournament at is visiting his parents for a few called off your news gather to your citv. Springfield, June 7, 8, and 9th, days. one side and said to him that he by the R. C. B. , Dr. C. V, Hiestand, Merrimac, will had been reliably informed that Dr. Ferren, Liberty, was here There will be was here' a few days ago in the A. Students. he had a very valuable bone yard Monday on business. interest of the school at this several contests in which they on his premises, and that he was Miss Mary Richard who has place. The Doctor reports that will enter. 25 or more will atgathering up all the carcasses for been visiting her brother a t Mr. James Garnett, will poll all tend. some fertilizer Co., of Louisville. Andrew Ledbetter, who has Nancy returned home Thusday. of the vote in his precinct. He was informed at once that if Your scribe has made quite a been working at London, Ky., J. W. Kimbel Russell Springs this call had of been made some number of inquiries, and has his for several months, has returned ana a mr. miner rooacco man thing like four years ago, that he first vote to find opposed to Mr. home. was here Wednesday. could of been accomodated at Garnett. We feel confident that Mr. Eldridge Shreve, son of Mr. E. D. Kimble had a mule once but since that time he had he will receive the nomination, Mr. and J. H. Shreve, has been colt to jump over a bluff 18 ar 2o relenquished and abandoned all but we are not going to stay away in low spirits for some time. He feet high striking solid rock. He claims on said yard, turning it from the polls on that account. has had a stomach trouble which had taken the mule to Porter over to his successors, Mr. Thea Eashart has been ap accounts for his action. He is G riders near Montpelier and put Dr. L. C. Nell, Messrs. J. A. one of oiir best young men and on pasture and when he started Diddle and Charlie Sparks, all of! pointed postmaster here, and our city, and he took it for will take charge as soon as the the family has the sympathy of home the mule started too but granted that they could or would commission arrives. J. L. Tur- the entire community in their finding he could'nt jump the t be ready in the near future to ner is the present official, but trouble. started for the bluff, gave Mr. Isaac Tate and family have fence furnish all the material he would resigned on account of his moved to their farm at Burdick. a spring and hit the bottom trotwant. health. Mr. Tate is a good farmer and is ting. Mr. Kimble says the mule Strong Hill, one of our citizens, Mr. G. A. Moody has qualified devoting his whole time to im- was a little sore next day otherwho lives very close to the creek to collect the county revenue for proving his wise not injured. farm. one of the heaviest this year Thomas Turner will and has been Mr. W. D. May and family, will Vernon Ray and Vera Fay Sel-b- y losers by both fire and water, act in like capacity for the state. move to Louisville in a few days. little son and daughter of U. informed us a few days ago that first-clamechanic T. Selby went to Russell Creek Mr. William Hoskins, Mrs. H. Mr. May is a he could not secure any land fishing Wednesday. convenient that would be suita- L.Wells and son Chas, of Spring- and commands good wages. ble to move his dwelling on, had field, and Frances, a 3 year old Mr. Watson, merchant at Ac Farmers are all over their corn made up his mind to station his daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. ton, was bitten by a mad dog He had a mad stone the first time, house by the means or a boiler Hackley, were poisoned on milk this week. that weighs a number of tons. at the home of Mr. Luther Tav-lo- r, applied and feels that he will be Wheat in this section is looking Tuesday. They were quite relieved. well and will do to cut next Mr. Hills idea is to burrythe were relieved by the George F. Turner, who has week. toiler near his dwelling by some sick, but 4 The prospects for fruits are not flattering with the exception r f the blackberry. Mr. Walter Ellis, while boring a well for Mr. Harden Nance on Wilson's Creek, nine miles southeast of Campbellsville, struck a strata of coal Sh feet thick. The coal is 60 feet beneath the surface of the earth. The quality of the coal is not known, butjwill be analyzed; and if proven good, a company will be organizedjto develop the mine. There is a turnpike from Campbellsville to that point, and as fuel is becoming scarce, the mine will prove a J Pro& ram the Fourth District Convention of the Christian Church, Composed of the Counties of Adair, Casey, Russell and Wayne, will Of Convene 18. 1 Ky., June 16 Beginning Friday afternoon 2:30 H-C- -" at Jamestown, F. J. Barger 2. "A Half hour with the Master Teacher" Led by A. H. Baugh Subject "The 1911 Front Rank Standard" 3. Open Conference Led by Walter E. Frazee Henry Thomas 4. The Reading of the Minutes by the Secretary, . Devotional Services 5. 1. Announcement of Committees Friday Evening Session 7:30 Devotional Exercises Luther Young 2. 3. "The Unfinished Task" "Teaching Missions in the Bible School" V. E. Frazee Tobias Huffaker 4. 1. The District President's Address Saturday Morning Session 9 o'clock 2. 3. M. R. Gabbert Workers Conference, Led by Walter E. Frazee Ten minutes talk led by State Worker Bible School Symposium, (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" W. L. Smith, Luther Young (d) "The How and Why of the Organized Class" A. H. Baugh (e) "Teaching and Teachers" J. Q. Montgomery F. J. Barger, M. R. Gabbert (0 "The Unfolding Life" Devotional Service r Afternoon Session 1:30 I. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Devotional Services Reports from the Evangelists Reports from Committees Led by H. W. Elliott Reports from the Churches and Bible Schools book-keepin- H. W. Elliott Divine Agencies for Spreading the Knowledge of God, Symposium (a) The Home Z. T. Williams (b) The Bible School W. E. Frazee (c) The Pulpit W. G. Montgomery, Mr. Bell "Kentucky Missions" by State Sec. Saturday Evening Session 7:30 1. Devotional Services W. L. Smith be-attend- ed 2. 3. Why Called Christians J. Q. Montgomery, U. L. Tavlor Our Part in the Recovery of Apostolic Christianity, H. W. Elliott 1 Sunday Morning Services, 9 o'clock Led by W. E. Frazee, 1. The Model Bible School, 00 present 2. Sermon by H. W. Elliott, Sub. Christian Union and the Disciples of Christ. W. L. Smith, alternate Communion Services, Led by Tobias Huffaker Tobias Huffaker A. H. Baugh, W. E. Frazee Afternoon Session, 2:30 o'clock 1. Devotional Services 2. 3. The Mission of The Church Our Missionary Enterprises H. W. Elliott Sunday Evening Session, 8 o'clock 1. to-w- it, 2. Devotional Services Thomas and Alexander Address by Tobias Huffaker, Sub. they Contributed to the Restoration Movement Campbell, the Part Cane Valley. at the Sand Lick Springs week. Mill-town, last ss Mrs. Pate Thomas, of was visiting friends at this piace several days of last week. J. W. Judd is building himself a new residence. J. C, Sublett purchased a lot from Mr. Robt. Grove and i 3 building, a nice cottage. Cane Valley is gradually growing. Vester Murrell sold his house hold goods last Thursday and . -- Mr. Ira Vaughn is home from Highland Park on a visit. Miss Bessie Penick, of Todd County, and Maude Smith o f Clarksville Texas, are visiting relatives at this place. Miss Belle Butler o f M t, Pleasant, and Pink Callisqn o f this place are visiting their uncle W.J. Callisonin Middlesboro, Mrs. Brack Massie and daughter Miss Hattie of Columbia were visiting the family of J, W. Sul left for Dayton, Ohio. J. W. Sublett and wife were lett last week. jkr. ? 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