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Shaw Dies odist church which was held at Russell and Mother, that God Suddently While Sitiing in Springs last week was very largely at- upon the earth which the Lord our hath given us. There can certainly not tended, and the hospitality of the Rusa Chair at her Home. loving sell Springs people was excellent. All exist in any boy or girl a more who attended gave splendid reports of or admirable trait, than to honor those the entertainment and spoke in highest rwho brought him or her into this world, ANAT1YE OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY. terms of the treatment received at the and when our father and mother gets old and almost unable to care for themhands of Russell Springs people. Rev. T. It. Hulse, P. E. Presided over selves, then it is we should remember The bow and arrow was once Mrs. Bettie Shaw, who wa3 the wife the conference in his usual courteous what they have done for us whtn we an excellent weapon and the cradle n i were young. Our dear mother, who of Mr. E. G. Shaw, the and uniform way. Rev. B. M Currie made sport of the reap-hooBut now even went down into the valley of the contractor, died last Friday morning OF THE CONDITION OF was the Secretary. Relatives of the subject of this writ- neither a soldier with with a bow nor Shadow of death to bring us forth into about 7:30 o'clock. There were present 23 pastors and 43 ing received the intelligence of his a farmer with a cradle would be conTHE FIRST NATIONAL BANK regular delegates, besides a large the world, amply repaid us for more About six weeks ago she was cony death which occurred at Somerset sidered well equipped. we shall ever be able to do for her fined, and had not done well since the number of visitors from the several than Morning at 8:15. He had been POINT OF VIEW V THE STATE OF in this world, though we might live a birth of her baby. Friday morning she AT COLUMBIA, charges of the District. health for several months, but Like the Chinese we are the childrsn KENTUCKY, AT THE 0 LOSE The reports made by the pastors from thousond years; and the tender care, felt much better, got up, made up the his condition was not regarded as of our fathers. Who has not heard a OF BUSINESS JVXK. 7, f91I the several charges showed that since loving devotion and trouble and worry bread for breakfast, and when her husserious until a few weeks ago. He a father say; "I went to school three the last annual conference, last Oct. we have all caused our mothers since band left for his place of business, she was a victim of a complication of RESOURCES. birth, will never be repaid in this was sitting in a chair, and remarked months when I was a boy, and I want 76 859 86 there have been over 1000 conversions diseases, and he was attended by the Loans and discounts world. God bless our mothers, and that she felt much better Mr. Shaw John to have as good a chance as 1 had. Overdrafts, secured and unsecurover the District and 572 additions to best of physicirns and his devoted wife any boy or girl who does not have that had been gone but a few minutes when prob2 20 47 ed the church had been received. daughter, Miss Esther, Because he met successfully the and affectionate 25 000 00 lems of his day with three months U. S. Bonds to secure circulation There were besides the pastors, 41 true devotion for his or her mother; the alarm was sounded. When the huswho taught music in the Lindsey-Wilso36 064 45 schooling, that ought to be enough for Bonds, securities, etc local elders, deacons and preachers in they are unworthy to be called son or band and friends reached the scene. this place, three years ago. Banking house, furniture, and daughter. Neither do I like to hear a Mrs. Shaw was lying upon the floor, John. Sam Jones used to say that what fixtures 3 000 00 this Columbia District, all of whom When the civil war came he enlisted we need most is to travel, go ten or Due from National Banks (not were passed before a committee, their girl or boy call their mother the "old gasping for breath and in a minute or in the Federal army, serving in the fifteen miles from home and get a 5 461 00 reserved agents) characters passed and their license re lady." It arouses my ire every time I two was dead. 13th Kentucky Infantry, Hobson's regi- -' hear such a word used. things. In the future Due froai State and Private The deceased was about forty-tw- o newed. ment. He was a gallant and courage- broader view of Banks and Bankers, Trust many years of regular hard study will Usually children who refer to their years old, was born and reared in CumCompanies and Savings There were 6 more men who appearous soldier, ever ready for duty, be indispensable for all who succeed, or 167 S5 ed before the conference asking for parents as the "old man" and "old berland county, having become a resiAt the close of hostilities he returned who do not wish to be embarassed in Due Banks approied reserve from license to preach, and after a close ex- lady" are empty headed, and deserve dent of Columbia about six years ago to Adair county, and later was happily good company. agents 6 526 51 She was a zealous member of the they were also granted the severest kind of punishment. I do married to Miss Mollie C. Hindman, a 907 51 amination Checks and other cash items.... not care if they are 50 years old, a man Christian church, and was ready for A SCHOOL LIKE N tes of other National Banks 525 00 license by the conference. lister of Gov. J. R. Hindman, who PLACE IN EDUCATION OF Fractional paper currency, nickL. W. T. S. One preacher of the Baptist church or woman should never get too old to the Master's call She was a very kind a few days visited Lis brother-in-laels, andcents 77 84 was also received and recommended to respect tneir parents. If I am informed lady, liked by all her neighbors. Our work is with pupils at the forma- Lawful money reserved in bank, before his demise, believing that he the annual Conference for recognition correctly there are some girls in this She leaves a husband and seven childG 891 60 was in no immediate danger when he tive period of life. At this age there viz: Specie country who ought to have been watch- ren. The baby is very delicate and has notes 8 891 60 of orders 2 000 is need af rigid discipline and constant returned home. Mr. C. O. Moss, Gradyville, Ky.,was ed more closely by their mothers. I do the whooping cough which makes this supervision. Unrestricted freedom be- Redemption fund with U. S. The deceased was about sixty-eigTreasurer (5 per cent, of elected Lay Leader for the ensuing not approve of allowing young girls to death doubly sad. years old, and was a son of George fore the character is well formed and 1250 00 This community joins the News in have their way under any circumyear. habits fixed brings to ruin the fondest Nell, who died many years ago. extending to the sorrowing husband and 167 052 69 Total C. O Moss, Gradyville; A. E. Shel-to- stances, because the "loose rein" has The deceased was a zealous member hopes of many a parent. LIABILITIES. We do not try to do the work, of a Monticello; J P. Smith, Burkes-ville- ; often caused their ruin, but when a girl children profoundest sympathy. of the Methodist church, and was very The funeral services were held in 25 000 00 Cipiiul stock paid in R. D. Moss, Greenville; were prevails against the admonitions of her active in the affairs of the organization. university, nor of the higher colleges. Surplus fund 15 500 00 mother, she alone should suffer for it, the Christian church Saturday morning eiected lay delegates to the annual His death brought much sadness to We lay the foundation in character and Undivided profits, less expensea 10 o'clock, conducted by her pastor. Conference with Gov. Hindman and W. and the people ought not to look upon at the people of Somerset where he was habits of study, recognizing that educa1 529 48 taxes paid and Eld. Z. T. Williams. The interment the whole family in disgrace. 25 000 00 S. Knight alternates. National Bank notes honored and respected, and to his many tion must be the business of a life. Due to other National Banks Now, to what are we indebted to was in the city cemetery, many sympaRevs. B. M Currie, J. H. Walker.J. relatives and former associates in his THE WORK OF A LIFE TIME. thizing friends being present. There Dividends unpaid A. Johnson, G. W. Pangburn, J. P father, I will say a great deal, at least old county Adair. Getting an education would become Individual deposits subject to were many flowers. Murrell, were elected I thought so, while mine lived in the The interment occurred Saturday stylish, if it could be bought and sold, 100 E3 21 Van Eloy, J. L. check world, I know that I sadly missed his licenseing committee. the afternoon at Somerset, after religious tied up in a package and passed across ?167 032 69 Toial Snapped by Our Photographers. exercises, a large circle of friends the counter. But few are willing to When it came to the question of fix- words of advice and consolation after Statu ck Kkntuckv, he passed into the Great Beyond, even being present. ss engage to pay the price when it is ing a place for the next District ConKeep your pins straight and stick The surviving wife and daughter realized to be the pursuit of a lifetime. C jonty op Adair ference, Burkesville, Monticello and then 1 was only a youth. Since 1 have I. E. H. Hughes. Cashier of the above have the tenderest sympathy of thf One can never stop and say; "Now I tjj j been a man I have never realized what then securely. An underskirt showing named bank, do solemnly swear that the above Mannsville all contended for it wit people of Adair county, who knew the have it, for if he does, he at once be- statement is true to the best of my kuouledge Burkesville receiving a majority of the a father's assistance was, I have had below the top skirt, looko Lackey to fight life's battles alone without the husband andv father to be an honorable comes the laughingstock of the com- - and belief. E. H. Hughes. Cashier. votes. advice and help of a father. The father Sub3crivied and sworn to before me this lOt'i an J useful citizen. munity. When you -- are about either of the On Thursday morning Bro. Hulse da Junetir 1911. provides for his children and most of i So that education may perhaps be t hotels, do not occup the propritors 11 o'clock, and dedicated G. P. Smytiie. N. P. A. C preached at them love their sons and daughters, and Open Letter. better denned a3 the habit of study and chairs when his hous ib full of guests. Commission Expites, Jan. 24, 1914. the splendid little church that has just will make any sacrifice in his power j thought, for rather than the acquirement Corkect Attest: been completed by the Methodists ot them, and if a boy or girl does not Henry N. Miller, Director. of information. Russell Springs and their friends. To the citizens and officials of Colum tenderly care and protect and help to In speaking of your parents, do not Massie, Director. Bhaxton CHOICE OF A SCHOOL. bia and Adair countv: The Conference adjourned Thursday make life enjoyable for his or her fath- say "the old man, 'nor "the old woman," Jas- P. Beard. Director proof having been submit- j This question necessarily confronts Sufficient p. m., after adopting resolutions of er, although he may be aged and imfirm Such expressions do not indicate good every intelligent parent, and demands thanks and expressions of deep sympa- they are not worthy of being respected breeding ted that the greatest of all evils, com'Thos, S. Page Dead. a right solution. Upon its answer dethy for the P. E., in his recent sorrow, by the good people of the community. monly known as the social evil, pre pends, to a large extent, the realization commending his faithful and courteous vails to an unusual extent in our midst; Do not enlarge upon a news item after God almighty has made us men and the Minister's Association of Adair of the mother's hope and the father's The intelligence of the death of Mr. endeavors as leader of this District women and if we do not honor our it has been told you. Give it ver batum County would, in this public manner, ambition In these paragraphs, em-- , Thos. S. Page, who was a brother of during the last 4 years. Fathers and Mothers, we do not obey or do not repeat it. venture to warn our people of this phasis is laid upon some of the points Dr. J. N. Page and Mrs. Jo Coffey and the instruction He has given in His alarming condition, with the hope of that we consider of first importance. Mrs. Ellen Wheat, was received here word; and the penplty will come. Notice Republicans. When vou enter church remain until DISCiPLINE. awakening a sentiment that will give Monday morning. The deceased was Fred McLean. the services are concluded,' unless ill-- ! greater protection to young womanhood Control is the It is the' born in Adair county and principally ness forces you to leave. To the Repuplican presinct CommitWere there published a full list of the foundation without which no school can reared in Colnmbia. The end came at teeman of Adair county, Ky PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY. lives already ruined within the very stand. Dixon, Webster county, where Mr. At the convention to be held in CoDo not go to a church building, walk recent months for the most part girls W. H C. Sandidge, Greensburg. The best disciplinarian does not beat Page had resided for many years, fillall round it, looking through the winof very tender years it would prove pupils with a stick, neither does he ing the office of Jailer of said county lumbia, Kentucky on Monday June 26, Z T. Williams Pleasant Hill. dows, to discover who is present beappalling to our people. Tne facts can boast about having a monopoly on moral three or four terms. He was about 1911, for the purpose of nominating a J. R Crawford Edmonton. candinate, for representative from this fore entering. all be determined to the satisfaction of j suasion but he dominates them with his sixty-thre- e years old, was a very kind G. W. Pangburn Elroy. the 37th Legislative District, the varthose who are interested own personality and makes them want and sympathetic man, at the same time J. F. Black Cane Valley. Do you know that the minister someAs ministers of the gospel we are dis- to do the right. He creates an atmos- he vva s very determined and courage ious precints will be entitled to the J. F. Turner Mt Pleasant. following number of votes: times discovers tobacco chewing in the is no crusade against phere turbed tnat there J Menzie Mosbys Ridge. that the undesirable cannot ous, There are not many of his old East Columbia three votes. church, and that it is very annoying. this growing evil, and grieved that the breathe with oleasure. B M. Currie Columbia. school mates now living, but those who West Columbia, three votes. Instead of preaching he feels like administration of the laws for the pro are will be sorry to learn of his demise, T E. Ennis Pleasant Valley. SCHOOL LIFE AND ASSOCIATION. Milltown two votes. leaving the pulpit, taking ycu by the tection of social purity is so lax. It is J F. Roach Good Hope. lie leaves a wite and several children, Gradyville, three votes. The successful men and women of the all grown. To them and to the relaarm and leading you outside. our candid opinion that, as Churches, L Payne Mt. Carmel. Keltner. two votes. past have generally come from large tives of this town ann county The News Officials and Citizens, to longer remain D. H. Howerton Columbia Elroy, three votes. indifferent to this condition, is to be families of children. The only son or extends its sympathy W. B. Cave Pleasant Ridge. Chewing wax in an assembly of peo' Glenville, two votes. daughter is handicapped in the race of continually guilty of a neglect for the ple is detestable and should not be inHarmony, one vote. demands of good social order as well as life. Too many sugar coated plums are dulged n. White Oak, three votes. not good unless the appetite is whetted" It Should Not Longer be Neglected flag Day. the commands of God. Hence, we apPellyton two votes. peal to our citizens for their moral sup- in the struggle for possession. If there is a scandal afloat, be care-I- n Little Cake, three votes. port and tacking, and to our officers of , A good boarding school is like a large Oapt. A Offett, who was a gallant fact it would The Governor of Kentucky in com- ful how you handle it. Roley four votes. the law for a more vigorous prosecu- family, but better, because the indivi- soldier in the Federal army, and who mon with the governors of many other be much better not to listen, then you Cane Valley, four votes, attended the Confederate picnic- and tion of the criminals. Let this be done duals are not so close kin states, has issued a proclamation mak- could not repeat. Egypt, one vote. The association of young ,.eople, under reunion at the monument.on the Campwithout fear or favor and without reing Wednesday June 14, Flag Day. It W. A. Coffey, Chairman gard to present or past social standing proper restraint, necessitates the bellsville pike, June 3rd, in a letter to is suggested that all citizens decorate Do not write anonimous letters. OE of the offenders. By order of the Pas- recognition of the rights of others; it Dr. J. H.Jrady, expressing the plei- their homes with the stars and stripes. all the contemptible acts that is about stirs the ambition, keeps, the standards , sure he experienced during the day, tor's Association, this June 12, 1911 See that old glory shall float from all Picnic. the meanest. D. fi. Howerton, Secretary. of measure right, and so is the death says: I think there ought to be public buildings asd churches. It is of egotism. It broadens and fixes the steps taken to put the grounds around hoped that our people will give due If you hear some young ladies name Goods Stolen. On Saturday, July 1, 1911. there will acquiescence to this patriotic movethe Confederate monument at Green character. mentioned in a disrespectable manner, Last Friday about noon Mr. Robert It is in point of School life and Asso- River Bridge in better condition, and be an all day Picnic af Irene, Ky. bet- ment not one of her relatives present, then Hancock, who runs a wagon between ciation, especially, that the L. W. TlS., there ought to be a neat fence put ter known as the Dr. A. Shirley farm, defend her good name. this place and Campbellsville, reached stands apart from, and offers advan- around the lot ant the lot set in grass." at the mouth of Robinson. Creek in TayOn next Sunday evening the services . Columbia with a load of goods, several tages superior to, the public High He also stated that Lebanon and Mar- lor County, Kentucky. of the Baptist church will be held on If a person wants to give you advice boxes being for Patteson & Denny. Schools There will be refreshments of al the lawn at W. A. Coffey's residence. ion county, he believed, would do their of the land. that he will not take himrelf, give him When said firm examined their consignpart We learn from Dr. Grady that kinds, good music and Doll Rack, good The hour will be 7 o'clock. Please be the go by. He is not capable of in ATTITUDE ment it was found that eighteen ladies' this matter has been discussed, and it shade'and seats for all, and Good order. on hand promptly and the service can 3 &V vests, two work shirts, fifteen yards of The efficiency of a school is directly is more than likely that steps will be At 1 o'clock we will give a S2.50 Gold be concluded before it pets dark enough truding. allover lace and several union suits proportional to the success of the teach- taken, in the near future, to raise suff- Bracelet to the Prettiest baby on the for lights This hour will enable us to We are opening up this Week the were missing, all worth eleven dollars. ers in inspiring the pupils with a desire icient funds. The work should not ground under 1 year old. Come and have early supper and then go to the season's latest novelties in Embroider-ie- d Mr. Hancock says that the box which to do something, When they begin to longer be neglected. enjoy the day with your friends. Sat- service in the cool of the evening. A Swisses, Bordered Lawn and other contained the stolen goods could not "want to," the rest is easy and the urday, July 1, 1911. Male quartet will sing. Every body have been robbed between Columbia future hopeful. desirable Wash Dress Goods and trimW. O. Hendrickson, cordially invited to attend. and Campbellsville, as it was in the Mr. J. Cager Yates, who is largely C. D. Campbell. Russell & Co. The duestion is not so much that of D. H. Howerton, Pastor. mings. mj bottom of his wagon and other boxes ability as what one would really rather interested in the manufactuie and sale Committee. piled on top of it. He feels sure that do. of overalls, was in Columbia last week Privileges for Sale. For Sale. the robbery was committed in some and called to see the merchants of feot weather Notwithstanding the depot, and he will report the matter to ADVANTAGE OF GOING TO A BOAKDING town. On account of railroad facilities fair audiences heard Rev Hulse at the SCHOOL. the railroad authorities. and other advantages, the company has Methodist church Sunday afternoon. The privileges of the Russell Springs 44 acres of land four or five acres of 1. The breaking of evil associations, decided to remove the factory from The vivid lightning and threadening good timber, being a part of the John Fair will be sold to the highest bidder Mr. Albia. Eubank, son of Mr. and 2. Good resolutions attendant upon Bradfordsville to Lewisburg, in Logan Btorm in terf erred with the attendance L. Lapsley farm, lying on north side of on Saturday July 1, 1911, at 2 o'clock Mrs. S. F Eubank, has accepted a entrance into a new school community. county, and in the future the company at the evening service, but a good ser- Jamestown and Columbia road. About p. m., in Russell Springs The authorposition with the Paull Drug Co. He 3. Broadening influence, morally and will be known as the Buckskin Overall mon was heard from Rev. B. M. Cur- one and fourth miles west of Esto, Ky. ities reserve the right to accept or reis a very capable and industrious young intellectually, which comes from inter- Company.- Mr. Yates will continue to rie. Eld. Z. T. Williams preached enMrs. Emetine Collins, ject any or all bids that may be received. man, and we predict that he will be at- course withorepresentatives from many travel, selling the best overall manu- tertainingly forenoon and evening at the 2831 Gould St. Fair begins August 8, 4 days. tentive to business and will make a communities - 32-factured in Kentucky, or in any other Christian church. J. P. Clayton, Sec.ty. Dallas, Tex, access. 4. Necessary influence of the spirit State. '' V ' & f- , in his Holy word, to-da- Clippings From the New L. W. T. of the school, which, in a good school, is far superior to that of the average S. Catalogue. community especially on the street T. F, NELL. corner, or near a country store 5. Regularity and discipline not only Our fathers were educated largely in the school of Experience. And. as we during school hours, but all the time. The End Came at Somerset Where might expect, according to the law of 6. Continuous employment night and the Survival of the Fittest, the school day, especially for boys, just when the Deceased Resided With has among its alumn many to be proud they ar-- : passing the dangerous age. 7. Increased love for, and appreciaof. All honor to them! But probably His Family. . many men, who succeeded in the past, tion of, father and mother at home. would not, with the same equipment, NO. 6769. A OF ADAIR COUNTY be able to cope with the problems of NATIVE DEATH OF MR. District Conference at Russell "Honor Thy Pare nts." LAMENTABLE Springs. y, k. REPORT -- well-know- Efi-4a- inde-chngi- ng n, w Legal-tend- er ht n, I j - J rock-botto- -- m - t ; a -- i . ! - 6t . i ! -- 1 ' -- . J Z.i If J ' "fi VJ THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS A PIONEER There are many who contend that chopped oats are better for horses than whole oats. If a horse's molar teeth are in good condition whole oats are preferable to chop. The horse's molars possess great grinding power, and if required to chew his feed and not bolt it the horse will digest the grain much better. It is only when a horse's teeth are defective owing to old age or to some other cause that it may experience some difficulty in dealing properly with whole oats, and in that case it is advisable if not absolutely necessary to crush the oats. In the case of young horses under i four or five years old teething troubles sometimes temporarily interfere j slightly with their powers of mastication, and when this is so it is expedient and desirable to feed the oats in a crushed state. To sum up the whole subject, Nfeed-in- g ' of crushed oats instead of whole ones to horses is not to be recommended and is inadvisable under ordinary conditions. The only cases in which it is advisable or necessary are. lirst. when a horse's powers of mastication are impaired or deficient, o that it cannot properly chew the whole oats: second, when a horse is a greedy feeder and in the habit of bolting oats and. third, when a shy feeder or bad one evinces a partiality for crushed oats, preferring them to whole ones. i Oats fed to foals should be given in a crushed state. Although foals can eat whole oats and soon iearn to do so, j this place our boss sold one-ha- lf yet the latter are hardly suitable for Wins Fight Por Ljfe. the number of our cattle to the them, being too hard, seeing that the government, so we now had only It was a long and bloody battle for masticating power of a foal is undeveloped and comparatively small. three yoke to work to each wag- -' life that was waged by James B- - Mer' Linseed Oil For Impaction. on. One very dark night while shon of Nawark N- - J- - of which h e Raw linseed oil will correct a verj writes. " 1 had lost much blood from in the mountains, I got lost. lung hemorrhages and was very weak critical case of impaction of cattle. The timber was heavy and tall and run down. For eight months I Give a pint every three hours till the bowels move freely. It may be adand I stumbled on to a big white was unable t o work. Death semed ministered as a drench or with a little ox which was lying down, and I close on my heels when I began three bran. lay down beside him, and as we weeks ago to use Dr. King's New DisCrops For the Silo. Not only corn, but also Kaffir corn, covery. But it has helped Jme greatly. were both tired, we were soon milo maize and sorghum are adapted fast asleep. Just before day- It is doing all that you claim." For for use In the silo. AH these crops weak, sore lungs obstinate cough stubhave been successfully siloed. light my companion left me, but born colds hoarsness la gripp asthma, Hoe the Cabbage. I still slept and when I awoke hay-fevor any throat or lung trouble Cauliflower and cabbage are rank the sun was up and I could hear its supreme. 50c & $1.00. Trial bottle feeders and need an extra amount of Hhe boys calling, a fourth of a free. Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co., hoeing. The more you hoe the better they grow. uu-chewi I er 1 the Uncle Ben Carter Writes of Wagon was night, or rather bunk-matJourney to the Southwest, near and so I headed him into Made in 1851. camp, and never hinted to the We spent a day and a night in boys that I had been lpst during this little city. I do not know tthe night. the number of inhabitants at As we traveled homeward it that time. The buildings were was very hot, so we laid by mostmade of sun dried brick, sIth ly during the day and journeyed the roofs flat, or nearly so, grid the work inside was very nice. by night. We passed a place The governernment had two where the Indians had attacked buildings, each two stories in a train of about forty wagons, height and with shingled roofs. burning all the wagons and havThere was a fine spring in the ing killed nearly all the men. city which afforded water for The irons were laying on the all the people and our cattle got ground just where the wagons all they wanted. We camped had been stationed. This cost near this spring and our boss the Indians pretty dear, for about bought a four acre field of wheat 50 of their number were killed, and we let our five hundred cat- and the fight lasted several days. tle in to feed. It took them only The breastworks of stone, about two hours to clean it up. For waist high, constructed;!byHIthe this wheat our boss paid the sum whites for their protection, were of fifty dollars. I was very standing and we learned that anxious to see how those Mex- they fought here until all were icans lived and how they made a killed but five or six, who broke living, so I visited one of their through the lines and made their gambling halls that night. The escape to Texas. hall was 70 or 80 feet long, furWhen we got to the great bend nished with two rows of fine tables og the Arkansas river, we were extending the full length of the half way home, and here we laid building. Both men and women by to kill buffalo. We started were playing cards at most all out six in a squad, my party the tables. They had their gold crossed the river into the sandand silver in stacks a foot high hills. We saw one buffalo, and on the tables. I did not under- when within fifty yards of him, stand their game, but was inter- we all fired at once, and although' ested in watching them take the six balls entered his body, he did money in, two and three stacks not fall until he had iun a short of gold at a time, perhaps a distance, but we did not care for thousand dc liars, in all my life, I any of his meat, as he proved to never saw so much money. The be old and poor, so we returned women were finelv dressed and to camp and when the other boys enjoyed the game as well as the came in, they had three fine bufmen. There were gold and silver falo, a large elk and several anmines near, and at this time they telope, so we dressed this meat yielded well. West of this place and had enough to last us till we the valley was extensive and lev- reached home. We were all el as far as the eye could see, h ippy to know that we were now but there was no sign of im- oi the last half of our journey provement. I suppose some of home, although we had the most my readers would like to know dangerous country to pass over. what became of that whiskey I One day we met a large train of had saved. Well there was so wagons. In passing, Jan Indian, much excitement unloading, that with them, whom I have spoken it was nearly forgotten, but of before as a smooth card player when I remembered about it, 1 that I met at Kansas City, recogasked the boss and was told to nized me and spoke. I started divide it among the boys, but to towards him, we shook hands let no one have too much. I did a had some conversation. as directed and in a short time When I looked at his wagon I all the boys were singing, "Home began to laugh and so did he, Sweet Home." for he had these words written The day after unloading our in as nice letters as you would orwagons, we reloaded with mil- dinarily see, "Show pity, Lord. itary stores, clothing and pro- Oh Lord, forgive." visions, about 3,000 pounds to the For about two hundred miles wagon and started back, practi- - east of the great bend on the cally over the same route. The Arkansas river, the entire coun-fir- st place of interest was a new try was alive with wild game fort that was being built not far wild horses, deer, elk, antelope, ' from that great mound I have buffalo, jack rabbits, rattle already written about. They snakes, horned frogs and 'mos-ha- d two barracks each 50 feet quitoes. ong, built of rough pine logs and My boss wanted me to cross called this "Fort Union." Two the plains again the next spring or three companies of soldiers but I refused. I would like very were stationed here. They had much to hear what Mr. Beeler a fine supply of water. It was ' of Ohio township, would say ' brought through pipes from the about his trip across the plains, mountains, and there was a large I will now close my long letter. reservoir full all the time and the Yours respectfully, water was clear and cold. At B. F. Carter. camp. My JOURNEY. mile away driving the cattle to companion of e, yimcLi nm 10 FOR FARMERS MR A OF THE DAY 2 Good Cigar Wasted. you know what time the next "Do train will pass through here going 2d IN north?" asked a man who had been Selecting Head of the Flock. compelled to stay overnight in a small In selecting a ram two classes of town. breeding should be aToided the com"There will be one in about twenty mon scrub, that has no good characminutes." replied the ticket agent. teristics to fix, and the "pure bred "Bully! Do you ever smoke?" scrub" without individuality, whose "Yes. sometimes." purity of breeding only gives him "Here's a cigar. You can't get anygreater power to work ruin in the thing like it in this town. I think flock. Good individuality, backed by you'll enjoy it. They charge 17 cents several generations of good ancestry, apiece by the thousand for that brand." will insure prepotency with almost un "Thanks. I'm afraid it may spoil my failing certainty where the ewes are taste, but I'll take a chance on it just suitable and management correct. the same." Great attention should be paid to the "Say, can you fix me out with a lowram's general contour. His structure er berth for Si. Louis?" should be firm and massive, with a "I can telegraph to have one rebroad, spacious breast, no disproporserved for you on the train that passe3 tionate length of legs aud well formed through here at 5:30 tomorrow mornand fully developed quarters, especi- ing." ally the hind quarters. Ilis loin should "No. no; I want to go on the train be stout and well knit, his features that's coming now. Can't you fix me bold, and a muscular neck is desirable. out on that one?" A bold and courageous eye and car"Nope. I'm very sorry I can't do it." riage are indicative of spirit and vigor. "Oh, come on! You can arrange it His head should be long, but rather some way." small and well molded. "No: it's impossible." "Well, I'll have to fix it with the conFeed Fop the Youna Heifer. ductor, then, I suppose." When heifers have reached an age "You won't be able to get a berth when they will thrive without milk from him." they should have the best hay that the "I won't, eh? You watch me. There's farm affords and some form of suc- a sleeper on the train, isn't there?" culent food, such as ensilage or roots. "No." Oats are the best grain food to use as "What! No sleeper? What kind of a part ration in feeding young heifers traius do you run on this line, anyfrom the time they are taken from the how?" skimmilk ration until they are to be "Well, this one that's coming is a bred. There is no other grain food freight train." Chicago Record-Heralsuperior to ground oats for developing the organs of maternity of youug breeding animals or to promote their Mixed Metaphor. breeding qualities. Bishop Lawrence of Massachusetts thinks that as a "mixed metaphor" Humus In Orchard Soil. from the pulpit the following can The humus loosens the soil particles, hardly be surpassed: which in turn increase its water ca"One of the country clergy who was pacity. The humus is essential for the rebuking his flock for their apathy growth of the beneficial bacteria of the declared that but a spark of grace resoil. One of the most important parts mained to show that they were at all that clover plays is its ability to alive. Then, in a parenthesis, he addchange chemically the compounds of ed. 'Lord, water that spark.' "Human the soil and put them. in an available Life. form for the trees. The cover crop Black and Blue. gathers, digests and turns over to the "Your husband is not looking well trees the plant food which it has tonight, Mrs. Rhymer." stored. "He isn't, and I'm not surprised at it." of Heifers. Selection Two things should be taken into con- - ' "No? Has he been overworking?" "It isn't that so much; it Is his origisideration in selecting the heifers which are to become the dairy cows when nality. Why, that man is struck by they grow up first, the individuality so many original ideas that his mind of the calf and. second, its parentage. must be one mass of bruises." WomOccasionally a good calf comes from an's Journal. inferior parentage, but the instances Queer. are rare indeed. It is generally safe "They say the man who wrote the to reject all offspring from scrub stock. best description of the river Rhine had never seen it." "Maybe so. The man who can talk CRUSHED OATS AS the most intelligently about an automobile is quite likely to be some felA FEED FOR HORSES low who couldn't get a spark plug on credit." Cleveland Plain Dealer. A Busy MBER THAT VL 7!x XL Ix XL IX TX XL sts. Nkt 7K t 7K IS 'IX XJ iy ik: IN IV. 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XL "What then?" ix "At 4 we will steam to the city; at 6 xiix we will motor, and at 8" "What will we do about S?" "We will aviate." Spokane ChronIX icle. Gone Up. Xl IX XL IX :!' Courier Journal One Year TX IX "Tell me." said the customs inspector, "have you anything dutiable concealed about your person?" "Well." came in a weak voice from the pale passenger, "if I swallowed anything of that sort 1 can assure you that I haven't.'" Yonkers Statesman. IX fx XL 7K XL XL IX XL IX TX First Aid to a Cop. Guttersnipe Oo, please will yer run in the bloke wot pinched my cap? Policeman Who is lie? XL IX Louisville Times and jNews xt tx K ikt TX Guttersnipe Oi dunuo. But you can 'ave young Bill 'ere as a clew. The bloke left 'is finger prints on the kid's lice:- -!' XL 7ix IX VL n"h. 7K IX- - $4.50 X; XL XL M jx K i XL xr IX Xt Xf IX Xt IX xj ix XL r Accounted For. "It M'ems to me," remarked the innr.ilizer. "that more men are reaching the top now than in former years." "Due to the fact that the ladder has been superseded by the elevator, no doubt." rejoined the demoralizer. Chicago News. Woman's Independence. "Woman must be independent." "I think so too." "Then you will come to our suffragette meeting tonight?" "I wili if Ferdinand will consent to escort me home." Washington Herald. Her Chance. Dehutantch-Merc- Vl XL XL XL IX sK TTx ix si rx VktiXL ?fx ?K K WNXktMV''VlvlXIVwNl 7K ix ix 7ix ?ix ?K R ix" Tx IX v Tx Smokers Attention A Few of our Specials for Smokers 9 Owl Cigars, Daniel Boone Straus No. Miss man in the house!' You run Miss Antique Heavens! quick for a bucket of beer and some cheese and crackers while I entertain him! Raltimore Sun. y! There's a His Early Training. Miss De Young That handsome young man is so impetuous. He simply carries everything before him. Miss Oldham Naturally. They say he used to be a waiter. Philadelphia Chas. Denby San Felice El. Toro Porto Rican Optimo 10c St. Size Optimo 2 for 25c Size . Quail Perfect La Aaz 10c St. Size Filson Club 10c St. Size Filson Club 2 for 25c Size Box of 50, per box ' " ' 50 " ' 100 ' ' " ' 100 $1.85 L75 3.60 Press. Too Uncertain. "Women patronize the drama extensively, but they must be assured of a happy ending." "I guess that's why they don't care much for baseball." Pittsburg Post The One Destination. "Is there any field for new poets?" "Yes, potter's field." Llpplncotfs. Cherterfield Cigaretts, all brands of 5c sold by us 6 packs for 25c All 15c branes 2 for 25c All 25c brands for 20c Mail orders filled on the same day as received. " " " " " " " " " 4 100 50-- ' ' ' ' ' ' 3.75 3.75 1.85 - 50.' 50 50 50 100 25 50 ' ' ' ' . ' '. ' ' y 4.00 5.50 3.50 ' . f v ' ' ' ' 3.75 7.50 2.85 4.50 CITY HALL PHARMACY, slT0S,svSrKv. Cut Rates The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50, Courier-Journ- al s ja , fr. ..-- -L. k rf'.tibi" ell fe.j -' s1 IHfi ADAIR COUNTY NEWS SECOND SIGHT. t i BORDER o- TOWNS. In Ono Cyclone. State visited at the home of Edwin I Jtsryant last weeK. ; SiUUUUUlUUUUlUltUiUUliU UlUlUliUiUUIUliUiUUlUlllUf! and wife An Apparition That Was a Mft.Mnnrr and Partly In Another. of Death. were visiting relatives near A number of towns and villages in The third Lord Tetnpletown used to tell of an extraordinary and really au- the United States are situated on state Neatsville Saturday night and thentic case or second sight. His boundary lines. The names of some of Snnday. brother, Henry Dpton. the second vis- these are formed on the model of what count, was fvUh bis regiment abroad Lewis Carroll called "portmanteau" Mr. Jessie Sublette and wife when he and several brother officers words. Delmar and Marydell, for ex- saw an old friend wearing trousers ample, are on the line between Mary- - were visiting relatives near Ro-- j Many - That Are Partly Mr. Robert Smith, ' i i Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Hurt re- ceived a message last Thursday stating that their son Ray Hurt who lives at Cincinnati was not expected to live. Mr. Hurt left Es immediately after receiving 1 Money by is Tight and shirt only pass through the mess land and Delaware Pen Mar is on the mine jasfc Sunday. Es nevvs. room to another room from which Pennsylvania aud Maryland line. Mo- Mr. L. R. Morris who h a S g there was no outlet. They followed ark is named from Missouri (Mo.) and j Mr. W P. Squires and J, G. and saw nobody, aud the sentry perNeol of Memphis Texs were visi- -' been in a low state of health for s sisted that no person had entered. Henry Dpton wrote to his brother, ana is on or near the Indiana line. ' tin R j F Rnuirps last Mon- - . about a year remains about the o i viscount, to request Rtntn Tlno wlifnli la hnlf In PnnnopH. afterward third same him to go to their friend's lodgings In cut and half In New York, with nu- - day. London and find out what he was do- merous instances of the sort in other Mr. Loren Kelley and family Mr. Jas. Suddarth was i n ing at such and such an hour on a cer-- ' states. Is a self explanatory name. visited relatives near Esto last tain day. The brother in London com- -' Other border towns whose names do Grady ville last Thursday. plied and found that their friend had not indicate their position are Port Eld. Tobias Huffaker preached Sunday. died, but not on the day he had been Chester (New York and Connecticut). seen abroad. Bro. Luther Young will preach Blackstone (Massachusetts and Rhode an interesting sermon at Hutch- Later the landlady was asked on Island), Westerly (Rhode Island and He is a de-M- r. oath as to the date and hour of death Connecticut), Kansas City (Missouri ison School house last Sunday, j at Shiloh Sunday. and whether he had died in a white and Kansas), Guthrie and Fulton J. W. Cundiff and Carl serving boy, all should attend shirt with a blue check. After some (each partly in Kenttiqky and partly in demur she confessed that her lodger Tennessee). Harrison and Onion City were visiting Mr. Finas Cundiff who can. did not die when she first stated, but (in Indiana and Ohio), and Great Falls Prof. Albert and Mr. Lauder on the day when his friends had seen (New Hampshire and Maine). What is of Cane Valley last Saturday' him pass through the mess room. Bryant attended Decoration at virtually one town on the border and Sunday. It seems the date of demise had boundary of Tennessee and Virginia Is They been falsified on nccount ot his penEJzy Young bought 1 fine tree Bear Wallow May 30th. legally known as Bristol on the Tension, which was almost all his family nessee reported a nice time and good side and Goodson on the Virhad to depend upon. And be died in i ginia side. A number of smaller towns from J, R. Cundiff for $18 also , a white shirt with a blue check, his might be added to the list New York 2 from 0. P. Hancock for $40, order. landlady having lent one of her bus- -' band's to him on the morning of his Tribune. Rev. I, M. Grimsley will con- - j The wheat crop is fine in this death. London Court Journal. ducted a basket singing at Pig j neighborhood, will be ready t o POSTED ON RUBBER. harvest m about ten days, corn Tail the 3rd Sunday in SHE WANTED LIGHT. He Couldn't Be Fooled About the an( gardens look reasonably well every body invited. Growth of the Trees. And So She Had the Windows Fixed A promoter for a rubber company considering the dry weather. Exactly to Her Taste. was trying to persuade Mr. Spangler A Call. The architectural feature of the to invest some of his savings In the new house that caused a decided do- company's Btock. The demand for Bakerton. mestic rupture was the windows. The rubber, he said, was worldwide and As directed by the State Central Comman was In favor ot medium sized constantly Increasing. The company Mr. Abijah Fairchilds of Mon-ticell- o, windows, with small panes to match owned immense forests of rubber mittee of the Republican party of Kenwith the Red Cross Vinthe rest of the bouse, but his wife in- trees and kept an army of workers tucky, I hereby call the Republicans of sisted upon enormous sheets of plate employed all the time in gathering the Adair county to meet in mass conven- egar Co. , was here last week. I ' glass. crude rubber. The output was enor- - tion at the Court House in Columbia, We are glad to see Mr. Fairchilds "You are nway all day and do not mous. and the profits well, the scheme Ky., on Saturday, July the 8th, at 1 :30 know whether I can see my hand be- - ' was certainly better than a gold mine. p. m., for the purpose of electing del- as he is from the same county fore me at noontime or not." she said, "1 have heard." said Mr. Spangler egates to attend the- State Convention, we came from. "but 1 am In the house most of the suspiciously, "that the forests are beto be held in Louisville, Ky., Tuesday, time and must have plenty of light ing exhausted." Mr. Cook, with the Cookville, the 11th day of July, 1911, for the purand sunshine." "That's true to some extent," an' So they had big windows. Before swered the other, "but we are not de- pose of nominating candidates for State Overall Co., was here Friday, he the carpenter left she ordered inside pending on the existing trees. We are officers, to be voted for at the regular was with Powell Lyle notion shutters put up. The family's first planting hundreds of square miles November election, 1911. Co,, last year. night In their new home was cele--1 with new trees." W. A. Coffey, -, brated by adjusting two sets of winChairman Republican Committee "How long does It take for a tree to Mr. J. F. Lloyd of Becks Store, dow shades, one white, the other dark grow big enough to tap?" green, which served as a background visited his daughter, Mrs. S. T. "Only six or eight years." Orchard Notes. for two pairs of curtains, one of silk. go down with me," said "That won't Irvin, last Saturday and Sunday. the other of lace. On the third day Mr. Spangler. with emphasis. "My the man helped his wife to hang addi- wife has had a rubber plant in the Alex Dillon went home with Look for borers if gum exudes tional sash curtains, and on the fourth front parlor for six years, where it's day he found a man tinkering with the , warm all the time, winter and sumfrom the root of the peach tree his sister, Mrs. WatParmley,last outside of the window ledge. i mer, and it hasn't grown a foot in all "He is just getting ready to put up that time. No. sir; you can't fool me Look for borers in June and Oc- Saturday and staid over until I the awnings," she explained. j Tuesday. on that!" Youth's Companion. tober anyway. Her husband looked at the shutters, , Mr. and Mrs. Wat Parmley of j Ei the two shades, the two curtains and The disk is better than Man Esting Wild Men. the sash curtains and the arrangecelebrated "Travailes" of Ed- plow In ments for the awnings at each win- - ward the in the orchard for breaking Whites Bottom, visited her fath-- 1 5 Webb (1590) are dozens of stories dow, and then be laughed, but she , er, G. M. Dillon last Friday. Es that would make Munchausen turn could not understand why. New York i green with envy. One of the most cele- up sod. Mrs. T, C. Goff of Howards Z Times. Never cut a limb from a fruit brated of these Is his story of the wild Bottom, visited her son, W. H. E men of Prester John, which is as foltree unless you know just why Superfluous Verbiage. lows: Es Goff near Leslie last week. It was Sunday eveulng and likewise "In the court of Prester Iohn there is you do it. his first calL She was entertaining a wilde man and another In the high Mr. W. H. Cole is on the sick Es him at the piano, and be was not fond street of Constantinople whose allowneglected for one An orchard of music. Of course she couldn't be ance is every day a quarter of raw list at this writing, hope he will E poor girl! She mutton, and when any man dyeth for year virtually puts it back three expected to know that, Es soon be better was not particularly accomplished, but i some notorious offence then they are years. she didn't know what else to do, and ' allowed every day a quarter of man's Mr. J. W. Simpson, of Breedhe hadn't suggested anything. So she ' flesh. These wilde men are chained It is a sad mistake to neglect ing, was here today after a load :3 played on and on, occasionally skip- - fast to a post every day, the one in ping a few bars that she didn't re-- j Prester Iohn's courtd. the other in the an orchard when it is not producMr. Simpson is of fertilizer. member and trusting to luck. Finally high street of Constantinople, each of ing a crop of fruit. from sheer weariness and to make ' them having a mantell about their just simply a hustle, he knows conversation she turned to him and , shoulders, and all over their bodyes Rub off thewater sprouts of a what it takes to make a good corn said: they have wonderful long haire. They tree as soon as they appear. You "Papa thinks it is wicked for me to are chained by the neck lest they cror). There has been about ' play the piano on Sunday." speedily devour all that comet h within can do it with your fingers. twelve cars of fertilizer recieved "Papa Is certainly right," he replied t their reach." wearily. "But why does ho er speci Whenever a large limb is saw- at this landing this season. I the And we all must economize 13ZZ?&?F32r. buying where we can get the lowest PRICES an any and Everything. -- I g WOODSON LEWI GREENSBURG, KY. E The Great Green River Merchandise 1 Distributor Offers pure Hog Lard 50 lb Tins at $5.50. " Hogless Lard 50 lb Tins $4.49 1 1 June Highest Grade Fancy Patent Flour 65c 24lbs bag " $5.00 per Bbl. Second Patent Flour, 55c 24lbs bag $4.49 per Bbl. anp Flour bothe Guaranteed to give satisfaction, If Lard not exactly as represented, we invite you to return. No sE charge for what it takes to try. t Wire and Wire Fence 9 EE - 10 Bars 47 in Standard 2Sc bars 38 in. Stardard 25c E " 32 in. " " 18Jc s 8 7 bars 26 in 23ic Barbed Wire, Arrow Brand, $1.65 Spool of 80 rods. sE E Wire, Gliddens Brand $2.50 Spool of 80 rods. Barbed Wire and Wire products have advanced fully ten per cent. E but we offer at same prices as made before any advance. ZE Fertilizers - I 10-- 2 at 90c for Corn 2-8-4 1-8- -2 at $1.05 corn or tobacco at $1.30 for Tobacco. : sE E ( Write for prices, any analysis you need. Disc Harrows at following Bargain Prices 10 Discs 16 in. J I 8 Discs 16 in. at $17.00 " " ' $19.50 12 18 " ' $20.50 10 at $18.00 $19.00 $21.50 8 12 ' ( 18 Other sizes at same proportion g Cultivators Two HorseaWalking $15.50 and $16.00 Two Horse Riding $25.00 and $27.00 Our Cultivators are the best made. All Equip- ped with 8 points 4 shovels and 4 Bull Tongues. Five tooth Cultivators with levera$2.2o sE E n the - ! E ! zz rr: " " " $3.10 Fourteen tooth Black Hawk Corn Planters, Check Rowers $34.00 2 horse E " Drills One horse with Fertilizer $11.50 " " E M '" ' plain $9.50 " " " " " We belong to no retailers combine. We make the Price rE ARE YOU WITH.US. Correspondence Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. s i E I ; fy Sunday?" It is perhaps needless to record that he was never again invited to that little flat. Philadelphia Ledger. Absinth. Dr. R, Hercod of Lausanne In a spe- cial contribution to the Alliance Temperance Almanac points out that the absinth liquor, which Is now prohibited in three European countries Belgium. Holland and Switzerland owes Its peculiar noxiousness to the fact that It is prepared with several essences, among them wormwood, which have marked toxic properties. Added to the action of the alcohol la strong ' absinth contains C3 per cent) these essences have a most deleterious efA Triumph of Imagination. fect on the organisms, especially on Tallandier told me that a great the nervous system. Even small doses archbishop of his acquaintance in Paris provoke a great irritability, which had set himself to make an exact demay easily lead heavy drinkers to The-lemcrime. Epilepsy is more quickly de- sign of the Imaginary abbey of minutely described by Rabelais, veloped among absinth drinkers than among the drinkers of the commoner and told him that if such an edifice kinds of alcoholic liquors. Dundee were to be erected it would be the most perfect building every known. Advertiser. Conway's Autobiography. A Quaint Inscription. Peace at Last. An old churchyard near London Is Mr. Hoon Scrapplngton and his wife famous for the Inscriptions on ,lts gratombstones. There is one on the me- have parted. Mrs. Hoon Good Mr. Hoon morial of Susannah Barford. died 1652. cious! What is the trouble? There isn't any trouble now. They aged ten years and thirteen weeks. have parted. Smart Set. The concluding lines beneath the skull and crossbones on her monument are: No Doubt In His Mind. Her stage was short, her thread was Young Bachelor I often wonder If 1 quickly spunn. Drawna out and cutt, got heaven, her im making enough money to get mar-tieworke was done. on. Old Benedict Well, I don't This world to ner was but a traged play. know how much you're making, but Shee came and saw't. dlsllk't and passed jou aln'tl Puck. away. I Tit-Bit- s. e. England's Uncrowned King. Of the long line of kings which have ruled- England since the days of William the Conqueror, nearly 900 years ago, there has been only one uncrowned king. King Edward V., the boy king, who met an untoward fate in the Tower of London in 1483, is the only monarch who reigned without receiving the church's blessing or the formal homage of his subjects. Some people include Lady Jane Grey among England's monarchs. If this doubtful claim Is allowed England's only un- crowned queen ranks with Edward V. and deprives him of one distinction. London - ed from the tree the wound should be at once covered with Mrs. James Cole, the News man, was here yesterday after wax or thick paint. the mail for his section. Jim Remember when you plow in says he wants to catch him an the orchard that the roots are amadillo. very near the surface. Three inches is plenty deep enough. Give the apple orchard plenty of fertilizer, particularly potash and phosphoric acid. A starved orchard is not a money maker. More depends upon the rigfyt choice of kinds of fruit to set than upon any other factor as to profit in theorchard. Neglected fruit trees are not worth the ground they occupy they are an eyesore, and when they are a positive menace to thejneighborhood. pest-infest- ed Mrs. Bertha Burchett started last week to Highlands N. J., to visit her brother, Chas. F. G who joined the standing lid-we- ll, army. Mrs. S. W. English was shopping in Bakerton yesterday. S. T Irvin says three cheers for Mr. James Garnett. Ozark. Charlie, son of uncle Ruf us and aunt Amelia Baker, who has been making his home at Indianapolis, came in one . day last week to see his mother who last Sunday. has been sick for some time. A little child of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie has been gone from here Landy Stotts, is very sick at this and expressed a willingness to go when the summons should come. A little child of Mr. and Mrs. She leaves a husband, several n to Mose Wooten has been very sick children and but is some better at this writ- mourn the loss. But to the bereaved we would say weep not, ing. Eldridge Stotts bought a yoke for death is only a separation for a little while and ere long we, of calves from Allen Wooten for too, must cross over the silent twenty dollars. river and be with those on the Mose Wooten sold to Creed other shore where we are told Stotts two sows and pigs for there will be no more sad part forty dollars. ings. Born, to the wife of Miller Watson Stotts, on the 19, ult., twin girls. Last Saturday night Allen Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bault and Wooten and Miss Bert Pelston, Leonard Wooten and a Miss little daughter, Ora May, 'were Propes, eloped to Tennessee, and visiting at Mr. Ed Bryants, last Sunday. were married. Dempsey Bault was the pleasJ. M. Campbell visited relaant guest of Ralpus Corbin, last tives in the Harmony community Saturday and Sunday. Dirigo. grand-childre- 1 Born, to the wife of John May 17, a girl. Over-stre- et, i M twenty years. v Neither despise nor oppose what thoa tost not understand. WUltena Tk concessions of the weak are the Pen. cesceMtees of fear. Burke. 1 -- The river is getting very low Mrs. T. J. Bryant who if it don't rain in a few days it been in poor health so long is not will be too low for the little boats. so well. . Aunt Meekie Montgomery has Work Will Soon Start. The Whole Period. When Dining Out. quite sick for several days. af ten you take Dr. King's New Life "There is a period hi a woman's life been "Pop!" when she thinks of nothing but dress." "Yes, my son." There i s only one case o f Pills and you'll quickly enjoy their fine "What period is that?" "What Is an ultimate consumer?" results. Constipation and indigestion "From the cradle, to the grave."-- r measles here jiow Walker Mau-pi- n vanish and fine appetite returns. Thsy Why, he's the one who usually has t to pay the check for the dinners, my Puck. being the one confined a t regulate stomach liver and bowels and boy." Tonkers Statesman. impart new strength and energy to d has present. the Mr. Wesley Grider t of Esto -- J.J whole system. Tro them. Only 25c at aull Drug Co. writing. The death angel visited the home of Mr. Oliver Stotts last Wednesday and claimed Mrs. Stotts for its victim. "Aunt Sudie," as she was familiarly known was a highly respected Christian lady and will be great ly missed. She was about seventy years old and had been very low for several weeks but she endured her suffering patiently Mr. Finis Bault made a bus- iness trip to Knifle3r, last day. Tues- Several from this place attended Decoration services at Car-mMay the 30th. We people who were absent from Columbia the second 2tfon---r'i day, would have been glad to hear the Republican candidates address, as they are all fine eo-tlemen. el. - 't.i w BfJrte. V .t T v ;--) ...-.-- - THE ADAIR CGUtfTX KIWS THE ADAIR COUNTY HEWS A number of deaths from heat in large cities last week. MaGaha. )PMMMPMMi5P?ii5i5?i W. WMWWMM&AMWMWWW&W.& Published Every Wednesday . BY THE r, X. Farmers are busy working out their corn. A nicer time has never been EDITOR. CHAS. S. HARRIS known than was enjoyed at Bear Democratictiewspaper devoted to the interest of the City of Columbia ami the people Wallow the 30th. f Adair and adjacent counties. Will Hobsonwas through this e as sec- place looking up business for his Entered at the Columbia ond class malllraatter. billet factory. WED. JUNE.' 14. 1911, Rucker P. Grimsley in cutting a limb from a log let the ax slip ' Argus seems to think that the and cut a bad gash on his knee. Adair County News is making ' The accident?caused his father to too much fuss about Jim Garnett, dismiss school a week, to plow and he states thatiMr. Garnett is out hislcrop. already assured" of his nomina- - The little daughter of Jo H: tion. Glad to read Argus' pre- - Morris will enter the Pleasant diction, but this writer wants to View school next Monday, tell him that a continuous solic- - Mont Bryant?& Co., had fine itation for votesbefore the pri- - iuck catching fish yesterday. mary does Inoharm. Besides, There is the best prospect for Garnett's friends are making an a good Sunday School at Pleas-effofull for a vote,; ant view Church that has ever and a full vote at the peasant View Church mary means something in the has a day school five days in the campaign for aIfinalelection. weekj Sunday Schooi and singing Democrats of Adair county as- -' every'.ISunday, and preaching sembled at the court house Mon-- . once a month' Is there another day af ternoonlat 1 o'clock and Place in the county that can beat v appointed alset of delegates to if We hear there was a wild man attend theDistrict Convention Allen school house last at Louisville on the 14th, to nom-!attinate a candidate for Railroad Sunday. S. L. Burton got his head bad-weCommissioner. The delegates instructed for Robert ' ly bruised andScut last Tuesday. Brown, of!Pulaski. This neighborhood was well represented in the Concord MuMr. Garnett,Democratic can-- 1 sical Association held there the didate for Attorney General, is , 3rd Sunday in last month. A the only aspirant for a State of- -, rain fell,and the people crowded ffice between Louisville on the into thej house into such confusNorth, Tennessee on the South, ion that Sheriff Powell could Rfchmond on the East, Russell- not get?order. The next Associville onHhe;West, the boundary ation will be held at Pell Ham (Incorporated.) Post-oflic- Adair County News Company. Buggies At Reduced Prices tt I JS2 j J5 j rt pri-jbe- en We are offering our entire stock of Buggies at Greatly Reduced Prices. Why not look them over and let us rock you light and easy mz ( ! Reed Hardware Co Columbia, Kentucky. he re mmmiWMWmmmmwmWA m mmmmwmmmmmmmMmmmi i makingmorelthan of' School house. the Stated Inalli these sections pected. one-thir- d A nice time is ex- he should," receive the strength of his party. solid . Dennie Grimsley is expected home fromlBerea the 8th. An all-da- 1 5 f Adair county's candidate for the Democratic nomination for Attorney General, is in the cen- ter of a large territory which has not had a candidate for a State office sincelHon. J. Proctor Knott was elected Governor of Ken- tucky. singing will be held at Bear Wallow the 2nd Sunday in this month to begin at 10 y by I. M. o'clock conducted Grimley. Every singer and good , listeners invited tocome, order is expected. Crocus. Every Democrat in Adair coun ty should vote for Garnett in the For the last tw0 weeks we State primary, Saturday, July have had'eomparatively no rain 1st. There are about fifteen' at all, Sand the sun has been x Democratic .voters in inS down'like it does in August. '.the county, and every man should' But th corn crops are coming! ri"ghfc on in spite of all the drouth attend the election. can do, and wheat is ripening as Norton u. Lroiasmun, a prom- - fast as it can. We will soon hear inent Democrat and a lawyer; the reapers cutting down the who was enjoying a lucrative golden grain, It looks like we practice, aiea very suddenly at are going tohave plenty of bis-h- is home in Louisville, last Thurs- - ..nif navf oP day morning. He was a victim' T,0 nnrwj?fin f m of heart trouble. Melson is"no better at this writj corn-hundr- ed ' j y Mrs. Carrie Nation died in ing. Quite a number of boys and Kansas one day last week. She was a native of Garrard county, girls attended the baptizing at Kentucky, and was the most de- Moore's school house, last Sun- nett, on the 30th of last month, a girl. structive temperance fighter day, from this place. .known to the country. 40444 4444444444444 44444444444444444 4 4 4 4 & 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 W a just returned entire stock Market 4 4 4 at Summer 4 them at than 4 4 purchasad a 4 4 as the as which 4 4 Summer Bargains at 4 4 at least dealing Suit 4 4 store with make invite quarters 4 town. 4 a O with purchase. 14 Bargains 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 PATTESON & DENMEY. tw.i 4 4 4 4 4 444444444444 44444$ 44444444444444444 GREAT BARGAINS e have Good t j . j. C from where we purchased Wholesale Dealer's of Sam pie Shoes and Slippers Reduced Prices, which enables us to sell Wholesale less Cost. We also lot of Men's Clothing, Low Lowest. Ladies we will sell Dress Goods Reduced Prices. 20 by in Cases. You can Save you to us. We our head We also give when you come to every $25 nice Cobler Seated Rocker Yours for . I ADDITIONAL LOCALS. !- r,J I have the honest 7 bushel barrel Ohio salt for sale. It only cost you 15 cents Teachers examination Friday June Bro. Hulse will conduct prayer-meetin- g more on the barrel than a 5J bushel id anu and hold quarterly Conference Applicants ue a; me kii. 32-Sam Lewis. ' Graded School building by 7 o'clock Wednesday night at the Methodist barrel. sharp. church. If this paper belongs to your neighThird Quarterly Conference for the Read Patteson & Denney's advertisebor he would rather you would read one Columbia charge Wednesday evening of your own, though he has seemingly at 7:30 o'clock at the Methodist church, ment. They are offering special Camp-bellsvillcheerfully loaned it. Children's Day services at Methodist with us again. was visiting his par Two cottages in Columbia, well losaddle! church next Sunday at 11 o'clock. Mr. W. M. Vance bought a October the 14th has been fixed See G. P. Smythe. cated for rent. D. horse from Mr. The Modern Woodmen, of this place as the date for dedicating Lin- ents at this place a few days of Horace Walker has opened a tin shop day for $175. ,A. Todd, last Saturare to have a brass band. The District Conference provided for on Burkesville street and Is prepared to near Hodgenville. last week. coln Park, want to buy a good combined horse, two scholarships in the L. W. T. S., last! I do roofing, guttering, or any other tin Read the state'met of the First NatAHresirient Tart will hp. nrespnt. week. about 15J bands high. T. A. Murrell. t Born, to the wife of Roy Ben work. He solicits business, ional Bank. I 3t The poultrymen in this part of Mr, B. S. Miller has rolled his old dwelling aside, and is replac- - the country seem to be doing a esenc- JKeep the State Democratic ing it with a new one, which uuu UUfclI,ei3b m primary in your mind and be will be the nicest building in Sunday School at Mt. Zion is prospering nicely under the sure to be at the polls Saturday, town. fJpnrorp mnnacrpnipnt-- nf T?pv July the 1st, and vote for Gar-- Mr. Willie Blair and his sister, Collins nett for Attorney General. Girtie, made a flying triD to We are glad to hear our trusQreelsboro, one day last week. tee has employed Prof. J. V. Mexico City was visited by an A number of men and boys are Dudley to teach our school again. Sixty-thre- e earthquake on the 7th. talking strongly of going to Mr. Dudley has been our . teachpersons were killed and Greenwood, Ind., to work in the er, for the last three or four about seventy-fiv- e wounded. canning factory. years, and we are always glad Property loss $100,000. when we hear that he will be e, Mr. Vander Collins, of j . j ! All of the members of the I. L. U. Lodge are requested to meet at the hall over E. L. Sinclair wholesale house Tnursday night the 20th. Remember the date and be governed accodingly. J. F. Turner. O. B. Finn, CampbelJsville, Ky., headquarters for cold drinks, improved soda Fountain. Also a General line of drugs and staple groceries. S. N. HANCOCK WATCH MAKER and JEWELER OPTICIAN My Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction Office in J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store. I N 32-3- ) THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS '?w!W&W&'' The Buchanan Lyon Co. l 2l$fi&fjtSjfj$!S . && & &j& " 1 Campbellsville, Kentucky Are the Most Extensive Dealers in Firstclass, Fancy and Durable Buggies In all this Section of the State. They not only sell Taylor County but all the Adjoining Counties. sm If You Want an Easy Runner Campbellsville, Ky ft And a Good Looker at the Very Lowest Price, get in Communication with the W BUCHANAN LYON CO. jiHi 'tiJHiay nnnrjuumv PERSONAL Gov. Hindman -- s4'-s8&ie rttftyr returned from SomerMet-ca- lf set Thursday. Mr. Rollin Hurt attended the Circuit Court. Mrs. Cattie Willis and her son, J, E. Willis, who has been in the West for some time, came over from Campbells ville Monnay. Misses Julia Kathleen Price, Julia Venetta, and Annie Johnston Tandy, are visiting in Campbellsville, Lebanon, and Springfield. Miss Alva ivnight, Jamestown, was, shopping here baturday. one was accompanied to Columbia by her uncle, Mr. Joel Woo'dridge. Dr. A. A. Hatfield, who recently graduated from a Dental College, Cincinnati, was here Saturday, enroute t o his location, Russell Springs, Miss Maud Smith, of Clarksvilla, Texas, and Miss Bess Penick, of Todd county, who are visiting in Adair, called at the News office last Friday. en-rou- te 4" I Mrs. Elmore Strange, who has been quite sick, is better. Mr. J. S. Breeding visited in Casey Lincoln counties last week. Mr. 0. C. Kimbler, of Russell county was here the first of the week. Mr. Huber Rhorer, son of the late Dr Melvin Rhorer, was here to-da- i i I 11 ii; withthe Old 4 4- - Mr. A. A. Miller and wife visited the formsr's mother at Crocus Sunday. Rev. J. P Van Hoy, Webbs, Grean Mr J. C. Popplewell was here from county, was in Columbia Saturday, Russell Springs the first of the week. for home from conference His Mr. G. A. Smith was in attendance three sons were with him in the county. on District Conference, Russell Springs Mr. B. H. Gilpin and wife, Rev. JEFFRIES HARDWARE STOR Will Furnish You Reliable Deering Binders, Mow rs, Rakes and Twine W- - & Mrs. T. C. Davidson and Miss lia- Walker and wife, Campbellsville, were ble Atkins visited at Liberty last week. in Columbia last Thursday, on their Mr. Reed Shelton is at home from return from District Conference, Russell Springs. Maryville College, Tenn , for the vacaMr. II N. Smythe, who has been tion. near the bridge keeper of the Mrs. Elizabeth Pile was taken very years, is critically ill. for forty-seve- n ill last Monday. Better at this writH. is about 83 years old, the father of ing. Mr. G. P Smythe. Miss 0. M. Reed is expected to arrive Mrs. W. E Jeffries, (nee Miss Nona home this afternoon, from New WindJeffries..) and her two step children, sor, Md., William and Mamie, of Vaughn New Mrs. Mattie Baker, (nee Miss Mattie Mexico, are isiting Mrs. Jeffries Mothn in CoBooker, Paris, Texas, and sister, here. lumbia, is at Mrs. Marcum's for a few er, brothers Rev. B. M. Currie reports a very indays. Mr. Horace Hamilton is spending a teresting District Conference at Russell few weeks with his parents, Metcalfe Springs. The Presiding Elder, Rev. T. L. Hulse, was present and on Suncounty. Miss Mattie Taylor is at home from day preached a very able sermon. Mr. J. A. Russell and wife, of CampLexington and will remain during the bellsville, were in Columbia the middle summer. of last week. Mr. Russell is the manMiss May Montgomery was is Cane ager of two spoke factories in Adair Valley last week visiting relatives and County, one at Pickett, the other above friends. Knifley. Mrs. S. H Mitchell, who has been a Mrs J.I. Richardson and two children sufferer of rheumatism, i s improving Casey Creek, visited Mrs. Richardson but slowly, mother, Mrs. Bettie Hutchison last Mr. J. E. Snow, a prominent business Sunday and Monday. On their return man of Russell Springs, was in town a Mrs Guy Feese, and little son accomfew days a go. panied them. Mr. Gordon Montgomery and Mr. J. Mr. Robert Gowdy and wife spent a R. Garnett are in Louisville, attending day and night in Columbia last week, the convention. while enroute to Burksville. They were Dr. J. E. Grant and Mrs. Grant, o f guest of Mr and Mrs. W, T. Ottley, Gorgona, C. Z. are expected to arrive, Mrs. Ottley, being a sister of Mrs. toll-gat- e, well-know- r 1 A V 'I . l - t,? .? Commissioner's Sale. this afternoon. Mrs. D. H. Howerton and her little son, Russell, are visiting relatives a t Russellville. Misses Ruth Summers and Mary Miller attended Conference a t Russell Springs last week. Mr. F. R. Winfrey spent a day o r two at Russell Springs, last week, attending Conference. ' Miss Laura Jackman, o f Russell county, visited in Columbia from Saturday until Monday. Mr. Walter S. Taylor, Montpelier. who has been in college at Lexington, returned home a few days ago, Mr. Urey Morris, son of Mr J. W. Morris, who lives in Irvine Texas, is visiting his his parents in this county. Mrs. W. P. Hancock has returned to Frankfort. Her brother, Mr. W. E. Bradshaw, accompanied her to Louisville. Mr. A R. Young, wife and baby Cumberland county, are here visiting famflier of Messrs Marvin and R. K. Young. the ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY. Farmers Bank Cane Valley, Plff. vs ) L. V. Murrell &c Defendent. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the May Term, thereof, 1911, in the above cause, for the sum of four dollars and hundred and seventy-seve- n at the rate 52 cents, with the interest of six per cent, per annum from the 22nd day of May 1911, until paid, and $36.23 costs herein, 1 shall proceed to door in offer for sale at the Court-hous- e Columbia to the highest bidder, at public Auction, on Monday the 3rd day of July 1911, at one o,clock p. m , or therabout (being County court) upon a Gowdy. credit of six months the following deTwo certain Mr. J, T. Barbee, Sr., started on a scribed property, Cane Valley Adair several month's journey visiting lots in the village of and a point in Larue coun county, Ky., on the waters of Caney ty last Thursday at 10 a. m. He ret- Fork. The first lot is bounded as folbeginning at a stoney cor- -, urned Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock. lows, t, He went as far as Campbellsville where ner to P. C. Watson, on county road, he abandoned his journey. thence with Watson's, line N W 66 line, Miss Bess Dohoney has been quite sick, j feet to a stone, A. H. Judds thence N E. 56 feet to a corner in A. taken a few days after she arrived from j V. Cun-difElida, New Mexico. She has been re-- 1 H. Judd's line and corner to P. thence with Cundiff's line S E 66 moved from her country home to the j Lindsey Wilson hill, one of the highest feet to the road, thence S W with the beginning. The points in the county, and it is hoped road 56 feet to the lot contains one forth of an acre second that her condition will be greatly more or less, this being the same lot conveved bv F. W. Rice and wife to P. V. Cundiff and recorded in deed Book 22 page 201, said lots are fully described in the Judgment and order of sale to G. P. SMYTHE which reference is made for a more particular description, ' for Or sufficient thereof to produce the INSURANCE fIRE sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser and with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal inREAL ESTATE terest from day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judg to-w- it: Eliza-bethtow- n, to-wi- ment. Bidders will be prepared to comptly with these terms. W. A Coffey Master Commissioner. Ernestine a little daughter of Mr and Mrs. Hugh Richardson, met w.ta a painful and very distressing accident last Thursday afternoon. Mr. Richardson was preparing to take a bath and had poured hot water in a tub and turned to get cold water. The child, about 3 years old, seeing the tub, went to it, and fe'l in. It screamed and when rescured it was discovered that its T. A. SMITH DENTIST, IRON FENCE CHEAPER THAN WOOff COLUMBIA, KY. OKFUE IN HUHrtKLL I"t,"iva XItetpw jriCfciXLaMlitMJCaittl(a,'' mAL Circuit court will open at Jamestown next Monday. The wheat harvest will then be about over, and a very large WsSei! iron Fence MANUFACTURED BY crowd of people will evidently be in attendance. Persons who may want to transact business with this paper I will be given an opportunity to meet a back and one arm was badly scalded, representative on the square If there but it is believed that there will be no are merchants and other business men .' serious results, save the intense suffer- in the county of Russell, who may need j ing from burns. the lowest prices will be made them. jcb-wor- k, Tfi3 Siewar! Iron Works Company CINCINNATI, OHIO received tho Highest "Whose Fence Award, xn.vj.ait" viwnus Fair, St. Louis, 190-1- . The most economical fence yon can buy. rtico less than a respectable wood fence. "Why not replace your old one now, with a neat, attractive IBOX FENCE, Over 100 designs ot Iron Fence, Iroa Flower Yaae, Settees, etc., shown in onr catalogues. TjOW "lioia. k , The out doorjaf ternoon services, conducted by Rev,. J. R. Crawford, continue to grow in attendance The assembly was quite large Sunday afternoon and a most interesting sermon delivered. Rev. Crawford's forenoon sermon was at the church, his subject down the throat of a eapey" being Good Citizenship. Every man chicken destroys tho worms and boy in Columbia should have heard and .saves the chick's life. A iTicea nu surprise jou, OALX. ONE S. P Eubank Columbia, Ky- - A7 SEE US. DPOP few drops In tho tfrinkinff water it. f, yffli CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other chick diseases. j 3l-t- The Modern Woodman of America of this place will give a picnic at the Fair Grounds Tuesday July 4. It will be a day of enjoyment and every body will be, invited. Several speakers from a distance will entertain. A full program of exercises will be published Organ for Sale. An extra nice organ for sale cheap. f later. A daughter of Mr. Wm Brooks, ,ho lives near Columbia, died lat Thursday. She was about thirteen years old ani had been in delicate health for quite awhile. We understand that the jnterJ ment was at Tabor and a great maty Minnie Kemp. Persons occupying rooms in the second story of the building in which the News is published, are hereby notified Makes 12 Galloas of Medicine. not to empty slop from the upper back Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of windows. It is very affensive to The friends were present. sample this medicine on hand. Write for freeAddress, News force and we feel sure that it and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." L. R. Morris, son of J. W. Morris, of BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY, Lexicon, Ky. will not be repeated by any one who near Columbia, left m company with Please allow us to extend through reads this notice. his brother, Urey Morris, of Irving your paper our heartfelt thanks to all Texas, for the Mountains of Tennessee, our friends for their kindness and atFor Sale. Hickory wood delivered for his health last Thursdry morning. tention during the recent illness and any where in town. Miss Mary Smith, this place will death of our dear daughter. We apBaker & Morrison. teach the Pleasant Ridge school, Kelt- preciate all the more than we are able Town taxes are now due call and ner, and will commence the first Mon-Cordially, to say once. Geo. Coffey, Collector, uajr m muij. Mr. Mrs. T, L. Hulse. I Bourbon Poultry Cure One 50c Bottle of J it r --, Vk " V :jj&sr. '" THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS Nell. I Attention! We Carry. a complete line of : Mrs. Lizzie Pulliam, who has It .ia n wccm, ueeu icaiI aiuiv xui aevciai lit f f lr we are glad to report greatly im- proved. 1 rm )K)K)ie)K)K LOUISVILLE I x wv " I t ; ' " Vl Nl SHOPPERS l fiAIN tfo.27 No-23 & N. Time Card Find it profitable to do their shopping at our store. We know sK you will also find it profitable if you do your shopping at our tv store, in person or by mail 25c FOULARD 15c IN Plaining Mill y Mo. 79 No 21 I Stock ready for use. A large assortment of Windows, Doors, Roofing, Colonial Columns. any part or all the Wood, any grade desired, that is needed for Building or Repair work. It will be to your Interest to inspect our Stock and Prices. In fact we can furnish Mr. J. H. Mann, Jr., and wife i Sandusky & Co. Columbia, LCy. T of Edmonton, spent Saturday 7K Mercerized Foulards, handfamily of S. R. night with the some styles, Walker. 25c quality at 15c Mrs. Vallie Combs, who has jjc PERCALE been quite sick for awhile, am WRAPPERS glad to say is improving some. 1 t)5c I $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 Worsteds, Fancy Mixtures, etc. Many Suits elsewhere at $17. are no better. As a special bargain we offer them at MEN'S SILK Nl SOCKS 25c Men's Pure Silk (N Socks, black ST" and colors; 39c 2& IS Sfcl quality 25c. IN vJo.93 t I raAiN o.24 o.78 0.23 To.22 In effect Monday. Dec 31. 1903. SOUTH BOUND Lv. Louisville Z. Ak. Leba.ncd 9:42am 7:00am ...8:15 am as 7:40 pa 5:05 pm 10:00 pm 80 pm 9:00pm 620pm NORTH BOUND Ab. Louisviixs Lv. Lebanon 5:43am 70am 10.-0- 4 752-a- 10:15am i Jo. 92 PURE WOOL SERGE 49c French Serge, black and colors; a great value at 49c 50 NJ IN IN Nos. 92 and 93 6:55 pm 420 pm J5 pm 623 pm 10:15 am 722 am are.Sunday trains only. PureWool $& Mrs. C. S. Bell spent a few days last week, with a sick sis ter, Mrs. Johnie Leftwich, near IN. yi Ladies Percale Wrappers cut ik iK 'IN Nl I full, neatly special W1LM0RE HOTEL W. IS. UlILiIOFfcB, First-Clasi made: Prop r. Edmonton. 95c My IN i 1 A ' cowpjiy HUGHES blindsT Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. J 4, Delpha Kinnaird and brother, Rowe, of Red Lick, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Combs, Miss Mr. R. C. Pulliam spent day in Edmonton. Sun- ?l LADIES SILK HOSE 35 Ladies' Pure Silk Hose, with lisle top 50c $11.95. IN. uality 35c it: Sl ?l ?rc Nir M TABLE DAMASK 39 Bleached Table D amask, a quality worth 50c; as a great special at 39c. M c; 7rN Nl s Table Good Sample Roome I In Nl 7fN Nl Feed Stable Reasonable Rates in (N ! GEftDYlILLe. KY GATHOF'S, - Louisville, KentucKy. Eighth and Market 7i Mi (N r 4 "& -- n 1' v ,4 V K I? j fe Mr. R. H. Walker and sons, Target Rane Mich. Hurbert and Owen, did business visited the family of Mr. Johnj Arnold last Sunday. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment at Red Lick Monday. and good goods. Tf We appreciate them. Mr. Elbert Cooley who return- - Editor News: F. T. Bell was in Edmonton, ed home trom Indiana, 13 very one day last week. As you was kind enough to 2H-2E. Main Street I HIIRHFX . sick at this writing. print a few lines that I sent to Christine, a little daughter of LOUISVILLE, KY. X INCORPORATED. your paper a short time back, I Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Walker, was Program. would now like to give a few quite sick last week, but at this lines of a soldiers life in Camp. time has about recovered. Program of the musicgl assoR. H. DIETZMAN, Sec U. G. HARDWICS, Pres. J. H. COCKE. V. Pres. The farmers are getting along ciation to be held at Hutchison We are now on the Target Range real well with their work. Corn School house the third Sunday in out in the pine desert, thirty-fiv- e miles from any town, and we planting is over and some are June, beginning at 9 o'clock. put in the most of our time hunt" plowing over. A great deal of 1. Song led by T. B. Clark. INCORPORATED 1861 1889 ESTABLISHED ing deer and ducks, as we are the fence that was carried away 2. Devotional exercises, Rev. in about three miles of Lake Suduring the big tide has been re- Frank Hughes. perior and there is plenty of placed. DEALERS IN 3. Song led by Earnest ducks on the Lake and plenty of Miss Lissa Kinnaird of Red ENGINES. EOILERS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, MILLS Lick, is spending sometime with 4. Welcome address, T. B.' deer i n the woods. Of course it is out of season to kill deer but 1301 TttlRTeeNTH-Mftl- N. LOUISVILLE friends and relatives on South Clark. as we are so far out and there "s Fork. 6. Solo, Love Richards. no game wardens here we have SMOKESTACKS, Miss Zula Kinnaird who was plenty of venison, stiil I can't 7. Response, Mont Powell. quite sick for a few days last 8. Song, Stella Richards and say that camp life and fighting week with severe cold, has about mosquitoes is a very desirable Sheet Iron and Tank Work Etter Bryant. recovered. ' 9. Song by I. M. Grimsley, ocupation, but we make the best of it and take life easy and live Absher. class. in hopes of a better time when ' 10 Quartette, Victoria RichJOBBING WORK SOLICITED Several from this place attendwe get back to Fort Brady. ards, LoucindiaCombest,Howard ed the picnic and reunion at the The mosquitoes is so bad here Leach and I. M. Grimsley. All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- bridge. that we have to wear head nets 11. Should music be taught in all the time to keep them out of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Rule visited their daughter, Mrs. Geo. Gres-ha- the public school, Curtis Absher, our face. About all the amuse- ment we have here is hunting, of Russell Springs, from D. M. Moore, Mont Powell. Sunday until Tuesday. and athletic sportji 's swimming 12. Quartette by Ernest We have quite a bit of that as we class. Mrs. Ethyl Russell, sons and 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD have several athletics in the two Miss Nannie Cooley, visited the 13. Solo by Ida E. Bryant. We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long companies that are out and they as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights family of W. A. Humphress Sun14. What gives rise to the diff- have plenty of time to praticej day. and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. erent kinds and varieties of We have several wrestlers and ' Mr. Matthew Robertson visited 58 INCH measures, A. G. Hill, U. G. An- hurdle jumpers, we also have somen T7wY7Y7Y7Tm y relatives in Green Co., last Sat- derson, J. F. Turner. some boxing gloves with us and urday and Sunday and was ac42INCH 15. Quartette, Evie Bryant, we have a boxing often. So you companied home by his little f Reedy Chapman,Rucker P. Grim- see we have someting to amuse nephetv, John Sherrill. 26INCH our selves in day time and the sley, John Burton. "t"3 Mrs, Edd Brockman visited immmnnmtmtmmmkmmm mosquitoes keep us company at 16. What gives rise to the the family of Abb Brockman one night. Our rashings and mail is different keys in music, Cortez day last week. sent out to us three time a week. Bryant, Frank Hughes, T. B. Mr. Elbert Cooley is very sick But we will go back to Fort EUWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLEiMADE INWICHTS'-1- 1 ' Clark. at this writing. Brady about June the 20th where Com-bes- t, Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. 17. Quartette, Pearlie I guess we will stay till I am disMiss Ethel Curry spent last Wommie Grimsley, Howard charged which will be September Saturday with Misses Eva, Leach, Willie Combest. the 16th, then I think I will drift Annie and Thelma Morris. 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. 18. Song led by Howard Leach. back to Kentucky, as I have got Louisville,, Ky. Mr. Arthur Bennett was the 19. Solo, by Dennie N. Grim- about enough of army life, still pleasant guest of Mr. Fred Humthe army is a fine place to get io sley. phress Saturday night and see a great deal of the world and 20. Duet by Evie Bryant and have a good time at Uncle Sam Rosa Combest. Mr. and Mrs. Sherley Wilson expence. visited the latters parents a few 21. Recitation, Nannie GrimsWell as night is approaching I ley. weeks ago. will bring this short letter to We have on hand a large stock of "GROVES SQUARE BRAND FERTILIZERS." It was 22. How interest young people, a close by wishing every one Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Knifley made during the last half of 1910, which invisited at J, D. Absher's Satur- discussed by I. M. Grimsley, and health and happiness. sures it to he in the very best drilling condiVery Respectfully, day and Sunday. A. G. Hill. tion. It is also made from the very best maWilliam R. Harrison, terials to be obtained for fertilizer purposes. Little Miss Lou Feese visited 23. Octett No., 117 in Silver Co. H, 26 Inf. Our brands for CORN, OATS, and TOBACCO her grand parents last Saturday. Trumpet, Pearlie Combest, Evie are without an equal. Mr. Walter Rigney and sisters, Bryant, Dennie Grimsley, Ida A Dreadful Wound. Call and examine our goods and the analysis Kimbler, Rutcher P. Grimsley, Misses Bessie and Jessie and and get our prioes before makinf your purfjom a knife gun tin can rusty nail fire Forest Bryant, visited Mr. Edgar Howard Leach, Cortez Bryant, works or of any other ndture demanmd spring crops. chases for the Rule last Saturday and Sunday. Anderson Murrell. prompt treatment with Bucklen's Ari Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. 4 Mr. Curt Bell of Red Lick, did business at Columbia last Monday. T& uc 7K ic vz sr si in. ic i?i N ik: st Hi v. y& y.z n in p. s. i r. k ii " n 7K . &: in. b nk in 7K K 7K S. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON , 4. j F. fifL I5 ' "TgF Special -- - 5&?- to Eyes sur-eic- al Attnetin , W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply, Co. Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE. ON BURKSVILLE STREET. mnwiGHTS I mflcHiNiSTS FEED Joseph 1$ H. w Stone, Attoney-At-La- Will practice in this and'adjoining counties. -- Jamstown, : Kentucky, i t zy Why ig Not J Read The ELLWOOD WIRE FENCE j Cun-diff- . Courier ff7w Journal? HENRY WATTERSON ! Editor. We Can Furnish You i . The Adair County News and the DEHLER BROS., Weekly Courier-Journal FERTILIZERS Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. Write pany, Courier-Journ- al Com- r JONES, COFFEY & SON. COLUMIM, ar KENTUCKY. nica Salve to blood poison or gangrene. Mr. J. D. Absher spent several Amanda Bryant, ) Lucindia Combest, Committee.' Its the quickest surest healer for all days last week with his son, Mr. Victoria Richards, ) such wounds also for Burns, Boils, S. W. (Absher, Cane Valley. M. Grimsley, Chairman." I. Sores Eruptions, Eczema Chapped Mr. and" Mrs. Ben Thomas E. Bryant, Secretary , ' Cams or Fiki. 35c atPaaU Drug Co., Ida Y Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your, subscription order to this paper NOT tolthe Courier Journal. - 4 i A ,-- - ;V: 'jfiSot 1 V V THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS PLAYED A SHELL GAME. THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. In Women Suffer relieve headache, backache, pain in the side and dizziness, arising frrvm (pvarcrpr nvcra-nTf rlnoa than relieve, if used persistently, many have writ- ecu tu say tnat it curea tnem. a for their female troubles. Cardui has been found to mn-ro- . DlUCh. lieedlfiSS Tinin whfVn tllPVfrlplmr nncr oWli-i- i It Will Help You - J 37 Mrs. Maxwell Johnson., Tamna.j Ma.,, writes . "Hardin mrpA ,..-me after doctors and everything else had failed. I had been suffer ing witn numb spells ever since I was 16 years old. One day I decided to take Cardui. I have now taken 5 bottles and I can sav that it has Cured me. I advise all RnfForino- wnmpn in trivA rimvlni a long and fair trial." V Mrs. Johnson suffered J Yearn. TTn ve J vmi ? Tin vrm nnch . 1 .. .. "D..J. It n rr, , r. xjul way Buner at aur xase uardui. Uive it a fair trial. 1 i. .. J7 AT ALL DKUG STORES Joke by a New South Wales Solon. Australia once bad a great public Joke, which was played openly In South Wales state parliament by a member wbo afterward became attorney general. A bill bad been Introduced to protect native flowers from rutbless destruction. The honorable member uprose and sympathized. He informed the Introducer of the bill a somewhat pompous gentleman that he heartily approved. But why these Invidious distinctions? The bill protected and he quoted all the botanical names in the bill. But why were other flowers equally deserving neglected? Why were and here he reeled off a long list of the Latin names for cockles, mussels, oysters, etc. why were these sweet flowers to be blighted In their bloom by being plucked by any prowling' excursionist wbo wanted something in his buttonhole? The introducer of the bill prompUy offered to extend the list to Include these. So half the shellfish on the coast, including the periwinkle, were added to the flowers worthy of protection. The officials of the house discovered the boax next day and set it right. But the joke was too good to be kept quiet, and all Australia chuckled at the expense of the pompous legislator. London Answers. the-Ne- I. 'Parliamentary Pitt's Day the Speaker Kept Him- self Stimulated With Porter. The speaker of the English bouse of commons holds an enviable position today, but It was not' until comparatively modern times that the speaker ceased to be a partisan, nor was his position always one of its present dignity. In the time of Pitt the speaker was accustomed to solace himself with a draft of porfer: Like sad Prometheus fastened to the rock. In vain he looks for pity to tho clock. In vain the effects of strengthening porter And nods to Belamy for freJi supplies. Manners were soinewltl looser in those days than they are now. Pitt himself on one occasion showed signs of n too copious libatiou to the gods, and this gave rise to the celebrated MILD, GENTLE LAXATIVE FOR WOMEN GIVEN FREE So many of the ills of women are due to habitual constipation, probably because of their false modesty on the subject, that their attention cannot be too strongly called to the importance of keeping the bowels open. It is always important to do that, regard- less of the sex, but it is especially important in women. Pepsin. It is woman's favorite laxa tive. You will find that you can d away with salts, strong cathartics etc., which are entirely unsuited, to woman's requirements. Mrs. Katherine Haberstroh of Mc Kees Rocks, Pa., and Mrs. A. E. Her-n-ck of Wheeler, Mich., who was almost paralyzed in her stomach and bowels, arc now cured by the use of this remedy. A free sample bottle can be obtained by addressing Dr. ... iv.i j,uu arc of its merits buy it of yourconvinced druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle. For the free sample address Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building Monticello, 111. I l i tries ; couplet: I cannot see the speaker, Hal. Can you? What! Cannot see the speaker? 1 see two. It is said that on one occasion Mr. Disraeli arrived at the house somewhat "under the influence" and was so Indiscreet as to attack Mr. Gladstone, then prime minister, upon some point of foreign policy. Mr. Gladstone replied witheringly that "the right honorable gentleman evidently has sources of inspiration from which her majesty's ministers are debarred." Argonaut AN From the time the girl begins to menstruate until mentsruation ceases she has always vastly better prospects of coming through healthy if she watches her bowel movements. If you find yourself constipated, with bad breath, pimply complexion, headaches, belching gas and other symptoms of indigestion and constipation, take a small dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup ......., Our Fifth Annua! Catalog Is ready for distribution. This book will prove a valuable guide to the home furnisher, as the faithful illustrations of HOUR OF THRILLS. Shooting the Kyoto must DON'T MIND BIG S)r. - S- - SUmbar Res. 'Phone 29. Dr. Office 'Phone NOISES. Gi- Rapids of the Hodzu River, In Japan. The rapids on the Hodzu river near All 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 40-- f- But Slight. Rustling Sounds Make Stentlst OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN James Triplet! Dentist. JEFFRIES' BUILDING. RING 'PHONE NO. 40, 3. COLUMBIA JEFFRIES BLOCK KENTUCKY COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY Xr?XXiC'?XXSSX l WEEKLY GOURIER JOURNAL HENRYiWATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL raffes Tremble With Fear. Among the curious characteristics of the giraffe is Its strange indifference to loud noises as contrasted with Its peculiar "scarlness" with reference to slight sounds. Noisy souuds. like that of a man walking near in hobnailed boots, the giraffe does not appear to notice, but should It be approached by a woman whose skirts give out but the slightest rustle the sound thereof causes the giraffe to start up with pricked ears and eyes distended in fear. Otiicials of a zoological Institution, situated near a canal, tell of a curious instance of this peculiarity of giraffes. After a terrible explosion of gunpowder on a barge on the canal the keepers were astonished to observe that the giraffes took little notice of the tremendous blast. They jumped to their feet, but almost at once lay down again when they found that nothing extraordinary had happened in their inclosure. But were a keeper at night to creep along outside that Inclosure In his stocking feet the queer beasts would exhibit such terror that one would imagine tbem about to dash themselves in terror against the fences. Giraffes fear the lurking foe. and a big bang scares them hardly at alL To them the fuint. rustling sound is a token of the greatest danger in that respect they are like deer. New York Press. Many Things Different In Holland. Holland is to me one of the most in- even the most blase of A train from Kyoto climbs slowly and painfully upward until Anally it deposits Its at a quaint little siding. & From here, says the Wide World Magazine, one goes to the river bank Incorporated and embarks in a rude, flat bottomed 522 and 525 West Market St. boat, which is pushed out by four men into the middle of a broad river, reed Louisville, edged and sleepy. For a few minutes one glides dreamily along; then, rounding a curve, one suddenly 'hears the roar of water, and Columbia District, Third Round. the boat tears down a rapid. Just missing the rocks on each side. The high Columbia, June 10 11. banks race past, death appears imminent, and then, with one mad swirl, it Cane Valley, June, 1112. is all over and the boat is on the quiet Gradyville, June,17-1- 8. unruffled stream once more. This happens again and again for Temple Hill, June, 2021. about an hour. At flrst one's whole Tompkinsville, June, 22. mind Is filled with the conviction that an accident must happen, but graduWest Tompkinsville, June,24 ally comes a delicious feeling of safety as one notes the marvelous skill these 25. men show in piloting the boat through The District conference will be the seething rapids aud one is able to appreciate the beauty of the scene. held at Russell Springs June tourists with excitement. pas-seuge- rs Hubbuch Bros. Weliendorff, Kentucky. THE LOUISVILLE TI MPS 1911 AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEW -- H f For $1.50 if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. I Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr Yr $6,00 $2.00 j I Sunday Courier-Journ- al, We can give you a combination cut I: & rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. i )6 33S)S9e8)M Tobacco SP353&9 & Pickett Warehouse INDEPENDENT C. A. BRIDGES & Co. PROPRIETORS Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky. four Months Storage Free chas. a. bridges W. G. BRIDGES Pointers for Corn Growers Do It wilt pay you for your toil. 2. not fail to drain your soil. Heavy sod and good manure Make the corn crop double sure. 5 x This advice pray do not "scorn. That will bring the soil to time. Use some phosphate o n your 3 corn. Crowing corn much water College of Agriculture, Ohio needs; Columbus, State University, Keep a soil mulch; kill A . Ohio. weeds. If clover's sickly, put on lime; the , teresting countries In Europe, writes George R. Sims. Apart from the excitement of having to do a bit of Blondln. with the edge of a canal for your tight rope, at Intervals of a few minutes all day long, the Dutch themselves furnish you never ending study. I love to see the little Dutch boy of six smoking bis clay pipe or' his cigar as be clings to his mamma's skirt There is something at once novel and startling in finding Dutch cheese and a penny bun placed in front of every guest, at the breakfast table. In a An Ancient Rain Gauge. land where a public company Is a The credit of Inventing the rain Mnntscbappij and nearly every house of restauratJon announces that the gauge has always been given to a contemporary of Galilei, who thirsty traveler can there obtain "Tap-peri- j, made one In 1G3&. but the director of Slitterij and Slemp." there is althe Korean meteorological observaways something to amuse you. tory. Dr. Y. Wada. has shown that it is due to a Korean king. The latter. Oath of the Turkish Doctor. The oath which young doctors take King Sejo, in the year 1442 caused an In Turkey when tbey come before the instrument of bronze to be constructmedical examining board contains the ed to measure the rain, and it is set following pledge: "That when I am out in the historical records of Korea called at the same time by two differ- thut this was a vase fifteen inches ent patients, the one rich and the other deep and seven inches in diameter, poor. will accept the call of the poor placed upon a pillar. An example of without taking Into consideration the this was placed in the observatory, money offered and will do my best for and each time the rain fell the offhis treatment, and that I will never de- icials were instructed to measure the cline to answer any call, day or night, height and to make It known to the during the reign of common diseases king. Other Instruments were distribor of an epidemic of contagious dis- uted to the provinces and cantons, and the results of the observations made ease." were sent to court Knowledge. Keeping His Word. Queer Anatomy. "Henry, you owe me ". You rememCurious ideas about anatomy prevail ber that bet you made me last week In that you wouldn't smoke any more for ,daythe press. It was stated the other that a man was "Rhot In the ticket a month. Well, I saw you walking office." Another paper says a man was down the street last night smoking a "shot in the suburbs." "He kissed her big cigar." passionately upon her reappearance." "I'm not smoking any more: I'm "She whipped him upon her return." simply smoking the usual amount" "He kissed her back." "Mr. Jones Exchange. walked in upon her invitation." "She seated herself upon his entering." "We Out of Place. thought she sat down upon her being Aunt Prisms I am shocked at you. asked," "She fainted upon his deparMaude. You permitted young Mr. ture." Jones to kiss you. Maude He only just touched me on the nose, auntie. A Regular Hamlet Player. Aunt Prisms It was quite out of "Did you ever play in 'Hamlet?" place, my dear. Maude He knew it Inquired a theatrical manager of a rewas. auntie. But you came in so sud- cent acquisition to his company. denly, you see. "Everl" exclaimed the newcomer. "Why, I've played In every hamlet of Fishing Luck. Great Britain!" London "Have any luck on your fishing trip?" Like a Man "Yes. Counting those that got away "Did Hawkins take his punishment and those we threw back, we almost like a man?" asked Lollerby got seven." Detroit Free Press. "You bet he did." laughed Dubb-lelg"He hollered and yelled and Her Criticism. hsed strong language to beat creation." "I wish Fritz would write his figures Harper's Weekly. plainer. I can't possibly tell from his letter whether It is 1.000 or 10.000 Never mind' where you work. Let kisses that he sends your care be for the work itself. Blatter. Spurgeon. . Cas-tell- i. 1 Tit-Bit- s. h. Bonaparte and Wellington. Luclen, whom I had never seen before his arrival in England, as he was in disgrace with the emperor, was said to be at least as able as bis brother and to have more decision of character. have heard it said that it was he wbo saved Napoleon on the ISth Brumaire, and. in fact I had heard him greatly praised. My actual meeting with him. as often happens, did not come up to my expectations. He seemed to me cringing in bis manners and false 'in his look. He is like Napoleon in the outward shape of his features not at all in expression. 1 saw him last year, at a concert at the Duchesse de Canizzaro's, beg her to introduce him to the Duke of Wellington, who was present. I saw him cross the room and come up bowing and scraping to be presented to the victor of Waterloo, whose reception was as cold as such baseness deserved. From Memoirs of Duchesse de Dino. Lucien 1 The first day will be taken for the work of the Sunday School and Epworth League conference. Let all local preachers read the law regarding their attendance FOR BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER THE'REGULAR PRICE OF govern themselves accordingly. ' 1 II L LvUIjyILLl lliVjfcj I especially request that all who love God pray daily for the IS A YEAR. Dresence of the Holy Spirit. The committee are as follows: License, J. L. Murrell, J. A. If YOU WILL SEND YOUR 0RDEF Johnson, R. T. McConnell. Admission, B. M. Currie, R. L. i tq (jj yq-- j q Talley, J. P. Van Hoy. Orders. J. H. Walker, D. T. at the district conference and, , i $5.00 ! qt Tarter, G. W. Pangburn. ! 1 TUr I UC T. L. Hulse, P. E. KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. inim ttUiM UJUN I I NEWS AND 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 days. Vanceburg. August Lawrenceburg, August 15 1 days. Leitchfield, August 154 days. Burkesville, August 154 days. Broahead, August 163 days. Fern Creek, August, 16 4days. Columbia, August 22- -4 days, Shepherdsville, August 224 days. London. August 22 4;days. THE L0U1SVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR 23 76 85 94 FOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. Has the best corps of correspondents. Somerset, August 293 days. Covers the Kentucky field per- Bardstown. August 30 4 days. days. Monticello, September fectlyi days. Alexandria, September Covers the general news field Mount Olivet, September 5 4 days. days. Hodgenville, September completely. days. Sanders, September SepKentucky State Fair Louisville, Has the best and fullest martember 11- -6 days Horse Cave, September 20 i days. kets reports. Mayfield, September 274 days Erlanger, August 23 42days. Germantown, August 243 days. Nicholasville, August 293 days. 54 55 53 64 A Chaaming Woman. is one who is lovely in the face mind and temper. But it is hard DEMOCRATIC in politics! but from for a fair to everybody. woman to be charming without health. A weak sickly womon will be nervous SEND YOUR and irritable. Constipation and kidney SlBSCklP-TI0- N me."-Flieg- ende poisons show in pimples blotches, skin RIGHT AWAY eruptions and a wretched complexion. But Electric Bitters always prove a godsend to women who want health, TO THIS PAPER- - not to The- beauty and friends. They regulate Stomach, liiver and Kidneys, puriy the Louisville Times. blood; give strong nervas, bright pure For Sale: One six year old com- breath, smooth velvety skin, lovely complexion and perfect hhalth. Try Ijbined Bed Bird bone. WoaMtraia or cattle. Call on The We ws. hem 60c at Paull. Drug Co., -- ft- - '5 '-- t , - " 8 Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS mmmKmmmammimmMBimmri We had a fine rain the first of the week. G. T. Herriford, of Cane Valley, was here one day last week inspecting our sheep. Quite a number of acres of tobacco were transplanted in this section last Manday and Tuesday. The candidates for representative were plentiful in our section last week. We take it from Hanna's Green Seal "The Made -to- -Wear r Remember Us When You Want Columns Paint" 4 HT Formula on Every Package i Ours is the only Colonial Column Factory in Kentucky. Nothing but Solid and Bored Poplar. Remember that we are in better position to furnish Columns than any Does This Mean Anything toYou ? It 'expresses the maker's faith in the product. Labor is the principal cost in painting. The material should be the best. fcrf5 frjfct n Firm in the State. Our Prices are Right Discount to Dealers their appearance, they are meeting with encouragement. Mr. C. 0. Moss and wife, Mr. J. D. Walker and Will Diddle attended District Conference at Russell Springs last week. A Hunn, of Columbia, bought a few lambs . in this section last week, at prices from 4 to 5 cents per pound. Miss Nell Hindman of Columbia, spent a few days last week visiting relatives and friends here. Messrs. G. W. and G. T. Flowers spent last Thursday in Columbia, on business. Mr. J. Cager Yates of was shaking hands with his many fiiends in our town one day last week. Brad-fordsville, w YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. FOR SALE BY H S hi Phone No. 108. THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE COLUMBIA COLUMN CO. L, thought of it in that light? Never the less it is true. Mr. Alfred Parson, the cient mill man of our is pushing the work on his new residence rapidly, and we must say here, from the appearance of' the framework, and what Mr. P. has informed us, when completed it will be one of the nicest and most convenient buildings in our city. The building is located on one of the nicest sites for a building in the place, and when completed, will have all the nscessary conveniences, and it will certainly be a great addition to our town. Mr. W. L. Grady spent last Friday afternoon in Columbia on Had you ever effi-tow- n, -- COLUMBIA, KY. Glensfork. Meadows, oat and young grass have been seriously damaged by the recent dry weather but a good rain on the 5th has done much good to growing crops. Mr. Anderson Morgan is very ill with ailments incident to old for many years, and leaves a number of children and grand children. She was outspoken on all questions pertaining to religion and matters of public interest. No one was ever in doubt as to what cause she espoused. May her sorrowing relatives and friends find peace and comfort. J Program the Fourth District Convention of the Christian Church, Composed of the Counties of Adair, Casey, Russell and Wayne, will Of age. Convene 18. Mrs. W. W. Yates who has been in declining health for the past year or so, is not improving as rapidly as was hoped for. Messrs. Will Lyons, of Campbells vilie, and Dan Wilson, of Horse Cave, was with our merchants last week, and as usual both had a good trade ' Mr. G. T. Rodgers of was in our midst last TuesMill-tow- n, day, and reported everything moving along nicely in his section, with a fine prospect for a good crop of wheat. Mrs. Blakey- Dnlin, who has been in declining health for a number of years, is in a critical condition at this time. There has been very little wheat cut in this section up to - the present. erage We understand the crop is considered above the av Dr. J. H. Grady, of Columbia, on his return from Sparksville, called to see his brother Thomas, last Friday. Dr. informed us that every one present at the seemed to enjoy the day fine. Re-union H. A. Moss, of Greensburg, 'called in to see us last Thursday, while en route for his mill near Sparksville. Henry reports business at the present time a little bit quiet. Our merchants are complaining of the times a little quiet since the decline on eggs, but we console ourselves by thinking that there is a better day just ahead, when they will go back to the old price, 20 cents per dozen. Your reporter had the pleasure of receiving a letter from his old friend and compeditor, (to wit) formerly J. J. Hunter, of this place, but for the last few years has been located at Snyder, Texas, In the mercantile business. We are glad to note that Mr. Hunter and son , ore doing a large business, and making 'money. It goes without saying that Jim Hunter is a fine merchant and will do well any where he may go, and then another thing we must take into consideration, is that he is an man nnrt if, ia wui-uug- 'VN Ii .i , r I " J, -- ' 'I? ;? r V .". r Cray craft. Messrs U. P. Morgan and Edd Franklin of this vicinity have Mrs. Nancy L. Hughes who purchased a new threshing outfit. This is certainly a boom to has been dangerously ill with the farmers of this section as we congestion of the stomach is betare usually the last people in the ter. country in getting the wheat Mr. G. L Blair and family atthreshed. tended Conference at Russell Claude, a little son of 0. M. Springs last week Willis, has typhoid fever. There were two fine sermons delivered at Shiloh church last On Sunday the 4th inst, Sunday school at this place elect- Sunday. Bro. Tobias Huffaker business. ed J. V. Dudley superintendent, in the forenoon, Bro. Luther Casey CreeR. M, E. Blair asst supt., and Brice Young in the afternoon. Good crowds attended both services. Walker secretary. Messrs W. T. Hendrickson and Uncle Solmon Turpen will A large and appreciative audiW. 0. Hendrickson, of Hatcher, ence attended the Sunday school presch at Concord the 3rd, Sunwere here on business the 8th. Convention at this place the 4th. day at 11 o'clock. Come out and Mr. M. C. Goode of Campbells-ville- , A number of interesting talks hear Uncle Sol. President o f the Casey were delivered. Mr. J. 0. Polly killed a snake Creek Bank, was here the first of With the addition of several last week that measured 8 ft 1 in. the week. of the best players from Mr. Waits Burress has return- Messrs. E. E. Sanders and C HaTodsfork ball team to- the !ed home from Green Wood Ind. H. Wol ford were in Campbells- -' team at this place we. have one The home of Mr. George Hurt ville on buisness the first of the of the best country teames i n was saddened last Tuesday mornweek. this section. Eldridge Sanders ing on hearing of the death of Miss Minnie Withington daugh- - our pitcher is one of best ama- - their son Ray. His remains terof Will Withihgton on her way '!leir pitchers in this part of the reached home Wednesday morning, abom 1 o'clock. The burial to the Catholic Church on the 7th state. inst., was thrown from a mule Misses Eliza and Lula Strange took place the day following at and broke her right arm just be-- ! visited their brother, F, A. jthe Montgomery grave yard low the shoulder. Stange at Rugby a few daj--s ago. near Joppa. Ray was the youngest child and his mother had not Measles is on the Rampant in Ella. seen him for 8 years. our neighborhood just now. Commissioner's Sale. Miss Loracv and others of Mr. The dry weather of the last George Weatherfords family have two or three weeks is going hard ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT the desease and prospect for KENTUCKY. with the gardens and crops. Farmers Bank Cane Valley, Plff ) others in the neighborhood t o v vs The singing school at the Good-a- n L W. Curry &c Defendant ) take it. school house, closed last SunBy virtue of a Judgment and Order Dr. Z. T. Gabbert and daughof Sale of Adair Circuit court, rendered day with a large crowd present, ac the May Term, thereof, 1911, in the ter, Miss Gertrude, were in and our Sunday School is getting above cause for the sum of four hunone day last week. dred and thirty-twalong nicely. dollars a.nd 6 cents with the interest at the rate of six per Several from this place attendMr. Frank Abrell and wife, of cent, per annum from the 17th day of ed the Old Soldiers reunion a t Russell county, visited at J. B. May 1911, until paid, and $35 85 costs the Green River bridge and r herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale Abrell's, last Saturday night and at e the door in Columbia, a pleasant time. Sunday. Ky.. to the highest bidder, at Public Wolford Bros have moved their A little child of S. L. Williams Auction, on Monday the 3rd day of July 191 1, at one o'clock p m , or therabout saw mill to Casey County, about is very sick at this writing. (being County Court) upon a credit of seven miles from here. ' Mr. T. G. Rasner and wife of six months, the following described property, to wit: A certain tract of Eld. May filled his appointColumbia, were visiting, Mr. J land lying in Adair County Ky.. on the ment at this place the first SunB. Rasner, near Ella, last' Sun- waters of Busseils Creek and is boundday. ed as follows, viz; beginnig at a large day. beech tree corner to John Stone in H. Mr. 0. G. Hendrickson, wife Mrp. Sarah Abrell is on the C. Bennetts line, S 46 W 54 poles to a stone in T I Smith's line and corner to and little son Ray, were in Camp- - sick list. Nancy E. Bennett's homestead, thence bellsville on business one day with her line S 19 S 104 poles to a stone Miss Etwall Williams was vis- corner to same, thence with another last week. iting Lizzie Abrell last Saturday line thereof 46J E 54 poles to a stone to said homestead in John Stones line N Prof. R. R. Moss, wife and lit- and Sunday. 39J W 109 poles to the place of the betle daughter, Maxie, were visiting On the 29th day of May, of the ginning, containing 35 acres more Mrs. Mossr Grandmother Mrs. present year, the life of an aged or less. Or sufficient thereof to produce the U. G. Hendrickson, and Dr. Z.T, and highly respected lady, Mrs. sums of money so ordered to be made. Gabberts part of last week. Margaret Williams, took its flight For the purchase price, the purchaser Ky., June 16 Beginning Friday afternoon 2:30 at Jamestown, 2. 3. 4. 5. F. J. Barger "A Half hour with the Master Teacher" Led by A. H. Baugh Open Conference Subject "The 191 Front Rank Standard" Led by Walter E. Frazee The Reading of the Minutes by the Secretary, Henry Thomas 1 Devotional Services Announcement of Committees Friday Evening Session 7:30 I. 2. 3. 4. Devotional Exercises Luther Young the "The Unfinished Task" "Teaching Missions in the Bible School" W. E. Frazee Tobias Huffaker The District President's Address Saturday Morning Session 9 o'clock 2. 3. -- M. R. Gabbert Workers Conference, Led by Walter E. Frazee Bible School Symposium, Ten minutes talk led by State Worker (a) "How to Conduct a Bible School" Henry Thomas (b) "Missionary Methods for Bible School Workers" Devotional Service H. W. Elliott (c) (d) (e) "The Bible School and the Church" W. L. (f) Smith, Luther Young the - "The How and Why of the Organized Class" A. H. Baugh "Teaching and Teachers" J. Q. Montgomery "The Unfolding Life" F. J. Barger, M. R. Gabbert Afternoon Session 1:30 Devotional Services 2. 3. Led by H. W. Elliott Reports from the Churches and Bible Schools Reports from the Evangelists Reports from Committees "Krentucky Missions" , 4. 5. 6. 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 by State Sec. Saturday Evening Session 7:30 Devotional Services 2. 3. Why Called Christians Our Part in the Recover' of Apostolic Chtistianity, V. L. Smith J. Q. Montgomery, U. L. Taylor H. W. Elliott 1 Sunday Morning Services, 9 o'clock 1. The Model Bible School, DO present Led by W. E. Frazee, 2. Sermon by H. W. Elliott, Sub. Christian Union and the Disciples of Christ. W. L. Smith, alternate Communion Services, Devotional Services Camp-bellsvil- le Led by Tobias Huffaker ' o Afternoon Session, 2:30 o'clock 2. 3. e-p- ort The Mission of The Church Our Missionary Enterprises Devotional Services Tobias Huffaker A. H. Baugh, W. E. Frazee Court-hous- H. W. Elliott Sunday Evening Session, 8 o'clock I. 2. Address by Tobias Huffaker, Sub. Thomas and Alexander Campbell, the Part they Contributed to the Restoration Movement Christie's Store. Born, to the wife of Mr. Hiram Shively, June the 1st, a daughter, Mary Eunice. Mother and child are doing well. A large crowd attended the burial of Miss Effie Bottom, Friday. She was a daughter of Mr. W. J. Bottom, who lives near Knifley. We are having a good Sunday-Schoo- l at Christie's Chapel. All who are in reach are invited to attend. Quite a number of our young people attended the at Re-uni-on the Green river bridge, last Saturday, and report a nice tirre. grind Saturday afternoon. b armers here are plowing over their corn the second time. It is looking very well considering the drouth Mrs. Sarah Sapp, an old lady eighty years of age, came in from North Carolina, last week, to make her home with her son, Rev. W. A. Phipps. Mrs. Ida Williams and little daughter, Mabel, visited her mother-in-laMrs. Lee Moore, of New Market, last week. 30 w, The saw mill at this nlace-i- s doing good work now. They al- - i V 1-- 10 v ' i Ja. nnnnfv r 2& -- Poxes Wanted Live Bed and Grey Foxes. Squirrels, Coons. Minks and Skunks. Send name of your express office in W. T. HODGES first letter. Box 232, Campbellsville, Ky fVio "' .'- fewest that ever fail in any of . i: j me. tncir unueruuuuK l-- i.! .i.-- ..i. u with approved securitiees, to the great beyond, in spite of must execute Bond, bearing legal inall the efforts of loved ones. terest from day of sale until paid, and She was 82 years old, and had having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to been a consistent and devoted comply promptly with these terms. . Coffey Mister Commissioner. member of the Christian Church W.-A- suretyvor A i - JC