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Last Sunday was Childrens Day at the Methodist church and the exercises at the morning hour were most fitting for the occasion which the caption of this article bears. The children whose names the writer does not all know, acted their parts in a most thorough and pleasing manner, which bespoke the fact that no pains had been spared by the instructor for this special feature, to make same a credit to the children as well as to their parents. The childrens service did not occupy as long a time as upon similar occasions of that sort, but every part was so faultlessly rendered that it only required a portion of the time it usua ly does to dispatch the program which was most attractive and highly commended by Woodman Picnic. The Report The Records, Show that Mark Some months ago an Twain's Great Grand Father Was perpetrated in your county,outrage was by one Mr. Milt Smith, on Rev. J. A. Goodman, in Buried in Adair Counfy. which Bro. Goodman was so abused and threatened, that he felt justified in askiher the court to bind Mr. Smith tn A BIT OF UNBLEMISHED HISTORY. keep the peace. In your editorial' of April 7th, refer-into the matter, you intimated that Editor News: Bro. Goodman was out of his place and I have recently been making some investigation of the early records of Adair that under the circumstances, he could not expect better treatment. county, and in doing so became especThat the public might know that the ially interested in the life and character church-t- o which Bro. Goodman belongs of our first and leading pioneer, Col. is endorsing him in this matter; I preWm. Casey. He came from Virginia to Logan's Fort in Kentucky, arriving pared a brief statement for your paper, which you kindly published, preceding at the Fort as he says in a deposition to and following it by a lenethv and which I have had access, on the 17th rather caustic reply, in which you again day of March, 1779, and during the year he hunted along the head intimdte that not only was Goodman waters Green River, about the mouth of out of his place, but that I am also out South Fork, and of Goose Creek, now of my proper place when I take notice Casey county, and perhaps as low down of the matter in your paper. To this I prepared and sent in the as Pellyton, or the mouth of Spruce following reply, which you refuse to Pine Branch. Adair was then without! a white man within its now borders. , give a olace in your columns; He established the first station in1 "Editor Burksville Banner: what is now Adair county, opened the Through the kindness of a friend I first farm South of Russell's creek, have just read your editorial reply to administered on the first estate in Green my statement regarding the diference before Adair was formed from it, between.Mr. Smith and Bro. Goodman. served as a delegate in the Constitu- That statement was written that the tional Convention of 1797 was a mem- public might know that the church to ber of the first court of quarter sess- which Bro. Goodman is responsible for ions of Green and also of the same court his conduct is endorsing his course; and in Adair, and was Presidential elector this is sent to call attention to some lor the State in 1813. He was also a misleading statements in yodr reply. The facts in the case are these: Mr. patron of letters and religion, having Smith had procured from the County established a school here as early as 1793, and made the first donation of Court a license to sell whiskey at a certain point in Cumberland county. land for a church, as far as I can find the old Shiloh Presbyterian church in Some of the good citizens of the county the Stott's neighborhood, where he lived. believed that his place of business was He died about 1820, and was buried in less than two miles from a school buildthis county, and although he lived to be ing, and his business therefore illegal. over eighty years old, he died, doubtless That it might be definitely known ignorant of the fact, which is establish-e- d whether or not his ware house was a by the records here, that he was the legal distance from a school house, the Circuit Court appointed two surveyors great grand father of "Mark Twain" The mother of "Mark Twain'., was to measure the distance, and instructed Jane Lampton, a daughter4 of "flenia- - them to select two discreet men to carjnine Lampton, who was a of! ry the chain. Pursuant to this order Mr. Robert Lloyd and Bro. Goodman. Uoi. Casey. Benjamin Lampton was one of the were selected, and it was while obeying.' contractors and builders of the first this order of the court that Bro. GoodClerks office in this town, near the site man was abused and threatenea by Mr. Smith Bro Goodman was exactly in of the present jail. his place both as a citizen and a minisH. C. Baker. ter, and had far better right there than the rabble who were encouraging Mr. P. S. 1 -- will be oblidged to any per- Smith in his vulgar and profane abuse. sons for facts bearing on the early set- As this is the opinion tlements, incidents or characters of the ity of the gdod people of a large majorof Cumberland county. B county. Again you are mistaken as to Bro. Left for Gretna Green. Goodman's feelings toward Mr. Smith. He has no unkind feelings toward him There was a social gathering at the personally, norhpshe ever refused to homo of Mr. Sam Conover, who lives a speak to him. Bro. Goodman is not a short distance from Columbia, last personal enemy to Smith, but he is an Thursday evening. Mr. Norman Mor- eternal enemy to his business as is evrison, son of Mr J. W. Morrison, and ery other good citizen. As to whether Miss Mattie Willis, the seventeen year the threats were made in a boisterous old danghter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. or quiet manner, has nothing to do with Willis, of this place, were in attend- the disturbance or danger. If one ance The couple had been going to- threatens to do bodily harm to another, gether for some time and they were the only thing the person so threatened known to be lovers. The party broke can do if he means to be a law abidup about twelve o'clock and instead of ing citizen is to appeal to the law for returning home, Mr. Morrison and Miss protection. Willis left for Tennessee. They I am sorry that an outrage like this reached their destination some time could occur in my old home county, and during the day Friday and were doubt- so near the place of my childhood, but less married immediately, after the cer the thing that surprises, and pains me emony, starting on their return journey, most is that our county paper, reaching here late Saturday afternoon ought to be mouldinsr sentiment that for We take it that they were forgiven, righteousness, should array itself with and are now happy in each other's love. the lawless element.- Your reference to heintr Miss Tupman III. out of their place has absolntelv nn alarms for me. The time has been when small politiciuns could frighten Miss Virginia Tupman, of near Cothe pulpit into silence with that cry, lumbia, who has been with Miss Maud but those who are informed as to Dres- Redding during the spring millinery ent day conditions, know that that day season, was taken suddenly ill last has passed, and that the pulpit of to Friday night, and has been in a very day refuses to be sjlent in the presence critical condition ever since, it being cnese great questions ot civic rightreported, that she was no better yester- ui eousness The Church of God is the day. divinely appointed guardian of public Miss Tupman has won many friends morals, and when anything arises that during her short stay in Glasgow, all of threatens the morals of thn nonnin tVio whom wish her a speedy ' recovery. minister is entirely within his rightful Glasgow Repub ican place who opposes that thing in every Miss Tupman's parents left for Glaslegitimate way. The pulpit is gradualgow last weak, to be at the bedside of ly moulding public sentiment against their daughter. The latest information the liquor traffic here is that she is slowly recovering. this traffic, with and at no distant day all its champions will Her home people are anxious about her go down in overwhelming defeat." condition, and are hoping for encour' Respt, aging information that she is out of T. L. Hulse. danger. Columbia, Ky., May 16, 1911. g fol-Jowi- ng son-in-law To Editor Burkesville Banner: My dear Mr. Carey: ter you made a caustic editorial reply, were you not bound 'by every ' rule of Journalistic courtesy to admit my rejoinder? Your position in this matter is precisely that of tne man who strikes and then runs away ratheV than stand his ground like a man and take a blow in Temperance. The Modern Woodman of Columbia Camp No., 12502, will give a basket The following Temperance reioi-tion- s picnic on July 4, at the Fair Ground at were adopted by the recent" "Dithis place. They expect a big day, strict Conference at Russell Springs, Ky. having speakers here from a distance. We your committee on local talent. A fitting and appropriate lmp.erance' f ve to submit following re- i beS program has been arranged by the port: committee that. The reading of the Declaration of In- - I the reports our various dependence by Judge T. A. Murrell, pastors that there is only a small per recalling in memory the 4th day of July, cent of our members who are habitual1776, and a speech on Woodcraft by ly using intoxicants as a beverage, the Hon. L R. Curtis, of Louisville. Neighbor Curtis is a fine talker, in that there is a constantly increasing sentiment among the people favoring structor and entertainer the entire prohibition of the traffic in The Woodman Band assisted by the strong drink. Campbellsville Woodmen, will furnish But we note with regret that in almusic for the occasion. All viaiHnir most every part of our territory .there Woodmen will be furnished dinner on are those that are engaged in the illicit the ground. Every body, invitpd to whiskey, and are finding ready come and bringfamily and friends and sa'e of purchasers of their soul destroving make it a big 4th of July. No misbepoison. That there should be a conhavior of any kind will be tolerated. stant traffic going on in our midst in Anv wnnnrrmn r .l.iii ;nn..n ..,. ' .. ..... , is g00a J that peace and prosperity reigns su- - and noble m IT young " life preme. See program m another part . , V of our land jo u uau cuuugu, uus. wnen we consider of paper this flagrant violation of our law All are invited to attend. No en- that breeds contempt for law and authority, trance fee will be charged, only biing and encourages the spirit of anarchy, your basket full and lets have a royal we can see that we are rapidly Fourth. Refreshments served on the a condition that is intolergrounds to those who wish same. All able. Modern Woodmen especially invited, To indulge excessively in strong dinner free. drink, dethrones the reason, impairs Come one, Come all! The best of the judgment, perverts the motives, order will prevail. and gives a wrong direction to tne afG. Paul Smith fections; thus destroying all that is A. S. Chewning good in human character, makings W Tanner Ottly our otherwise noble youth, purju: Committee. anarchists, and libertines Thi shown by the fact that the grJ Picnic. difficulty in prosecuting the manl sells whiskey is in finding witil On Saturday, July 1, 1911. there will who will always swear the trutj be an all day Picnic at Irene, Ky. bet- garding the transaction. The mal ter known as the Dr. A. Shirley farm, unlawtully buys and uses whisktl at the mouth of Robinson Creek in Tay- generally perjure himself on th lor County, Kentucky. ness stand. There will be refreshments of al In view of these conditions the Cj kinds, good music and Doll Rack, good or liod can not afford to be inactive shade and seats for all, and Good order. Therefore we recommend: 1st. At 1 o'clock we will give a S2.50 Gold as preachers of righteousness we ci Bracelet to the Prettiest baby on the tinue our active opposition to this fl ground under 1 year old. Come and of the race both privately and publicH enjoy the day with your friends. Sat2nd. lhat we indorse the Anti-S- a urday, July 1, 1911. loon League as the best agency for W. O. Hendrickson, concerted action agianst the saloon, and C. D. Campbell. pledge ourselves to with Committee. it in every legitimate way in an effort to secure the passage of a uniform Circuit Court opened in Jamestown County Unit Bill oy the next Legisla-Monda- y. The crowd in attendance was ture ancI finally for the prohibition cf unusually large, the merchants, hotel tne manufacture and sale of ardent keepers and men engaged in other av- - spirits ocations were busy throughout the day. j 3ra That we urge and request that There were some horses and mules on preachers continue to preach on tern the market, but very few were sold perance and thus mold public sentiment Several tracts of land were sold by the against this traffic the greatest of Master Commissioner., Judge Carter evils until our country shall be free arrived in time to open court about from its power and influence, and that 10:30 a m , and about the noon hour the we pledge ourselves to support only grand jury, composed of good men, had such men for office as oppose the sale been instructed, and was at work. The and use of intoxicants. th. That we discourage the use of docket is rather light, and the business j of the term .will more than lilfely be toBacco in every form and especially the cigarette habit. completed this week. Signed, To Be Married. R L. Tally, W. S. Knight, On the 23rd of this month, at Glen- J. W Caughron, ville, Georgia, Miss Annie Smith, of f J. P. Smith, this city, and Mr. Donald McLead, of D. T. Tarter, Georgia, will be united in marriage F. R. Winfrey. " Miss Smith is one of our worthy young. ladies, a daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. S. Privileges for Sale. W. Smith and a teacher of sterling worth. For several-- " months she has been teaching in Georgia and while the The privileges of the Russell Springs gentleman of her choice is unknown to Fair will be sold to the highest bidder us yet we feel safe in saying that he is on Saturday July 1, 1911, at 2 o'clock a young man of merit, and The News p. nT., in Russell Springs The authorextends congratulations in advance' ities reserve the right to accept or rewishing them a happy and prosperous ject any or all bids that mav be received life. Fair begins August 8, 4 days. J- - P. Clayton, Sectty. i Mr. J. T. Vaughan. a former hotel keeper of Campbellsville, purchased, The young. ,adies of the town haye last Thursday, the Hardesty Hotel, recentlv organized tl,pm.piv ? . Lebanon and will be given possession i h-.. i e JJUrn mot o , "- "" about the 15th of July. We understand . pose of enjoying afternoon .picnics. the consideration was $18,000. There Last Wednesday the club met at are no better hotel people than Mr. home of Miss Edna Lewis, where the the Vaughan and his excellent wife, hence lunch was spread upon her spacious n home for commercial lawn- - About twenty young ladies this were men and the traveling public generally present, and all voted it a most successwill become more popular, as the ful meeting,declaring that each gatherVaughans are exceedingly courteous ing grew more enjoyable. and painstaking. is far too grave to be allowed to pass unnoticed. No greater outrage has ever been perpetrated in your county, and every good citizen, and especially the county press which is always supposed to stand for law and order; ought to speak out in unmeasured terms of condemnation. And now let me say in conclusion, that if you desire it I should be glad to discuss with you either in your own paper, or through the columns of the News, any phase of the whiskey question which may have been raised by this discussion, or any other phase that may occur to you. return. This matter V I j J'rvJV ?? every one present Respt., T. L. Hulse. - Notice, Administrated Sale. As Administrater of the estate of the late Henry A. Todd, deceased, I will on Monday, the 3rd day of July, 19.11, at or about the hour of 1 o'clock, p! m., at the court house door, in the town of Columbia, Adair county, Ky., offer to the highest and best bidder, at public sale, four shares of the Capital Stock in the Bank of Columbia, the par value of which is $100 to the share, the Book value $213 to the share, and the appraised value $250 to the share. This stock will be sold on a credit of three months, and anote with approved security being required of the purchaser bearing interest from date until paid. L C. Winfrey, Admr., Estate Henry Todd. June 14, 1911. A Remarkable Hanging. The .writer is not quite sure who trained the children for the occasion, but he is inclined to believe that Mrs. B. M: Cuyrie, wife of the Methodist pastor is very largely deserving of the praise for the successful way in which the program was rendered, judging from the interest she took in the exercises of that hour. I am, as moft people known, a close observer of all things, which comes under my notice, and I can tell at a glance almost whether a child has been prepared for an occasion, and I wish to say that I never seen a progrrm rendered with more clock like precision by child ren than that one at the Methodist church Sunday forenoon. Every child seemed to know his and her part, and it only required the warning eye of Miss Moss, a motion from Mrs. Currie, or .Miss Smith for them to understand what was expected of them, as a result of their training for those exercises. And as it has been well and truthfuliy said, that children show by their training and they certainly did. very credit ably upon that occasion. Miss Mabel Atkins presided at the organ. Fred McLean. h ,, thf,,, T I -, ... -- Medical Program. The Adair County Medical Society, will meet in Columbia on Friday, the 14th day of July, 1911, with the follow ing program: The beginnings of preventive med icine U L. Taylor, Columbia, Ky. How shall we keep our children from dying? William Blair, Glensfork, Ky. Ho'w can we prevent typhoid fever? W. F. Cartwright, Columbia, Ky. What can we do to check the social evil? R. H. Perryman, Purdy, Ky. Should we require the same moral standard of men 'as women? G. T. Simpson, Breeding ky. Is the Vital Statistics law a good one? W. R. Grissom, Columbia, Ky. death. How long should we wait for our pa trons to pay their bills? E. T. Sallee, SALT FOR SALE. Garlin Ky. Papers of their own selection by 'all the other members of the society I have an honest7 bushel barrel salt, Let all come up with a paper, or prewhich cost only 15 cents more than the pared to talk, on these subjects, and we oi bushel barrel which you buy .else- will have an interesting, and profitat where. Sam Lewis. ble meeting. Don't forget the date. U. L. Taylor, Serious Wreck. Program Committee. 33-3- morning a little son Lawrence Wilkinson, very near ending his The mother and father were absent from the iamily room, and the little fellow, only thirteen months old, went to the dresser drawer, reached up and caught a knob. In some way his sleeve got caught and he lost his footing. A little sister discovered him and gave the alarm. When the mother reached him he had turned black in the face and was almost dead Dr. Wm. Blair was called, and stated that the child was rescured just in time that it could not have lived another minute in its perilous situation, his col-a- r being drawn, was choaking him, to Last Thursday of Mr and Mrs. came life by hanging. , J I I I ( . ' I meeting at the Christ- ' Now Mr. Editor, will you please explain ian Church commenced at Jamestown why you refused to give the above let- and because you fear discussion? Or was Wayne counties are embraced in the it as some think, because you want the organization, and quite a number of matter to be hushed up until after Circhurches were represented. A large cuit Court lest public sentiment should delegation of ministers was present, be awakened to righteousness? f and quite a number of able talks and I have waited long and patiently for were delivered. The its appearance, addresses but failing to see it, churches of this county sent Eld. Z. T. I now seek to reach the people of your Williams, F. :J. Barger and Tobias county through the courtesy of the Huffaker. There were also manv lav. Adair County News. wen of this county irifattendance If you had published my first state' last Friday and continued until Sunday ter a place in your columns? Was it night. Adair, Casey, Russell Mr. W E. Bradshaw, of this place, has accepted a position with the well known Crutcher & Starks, Louisville, and will enter upon the discharge of his duties this week. He has been assigned to the Gent's Furnishing Department, where he will be pleased to meet his Adair county- - friends when they are in the city and in need of anvthing in the way of shirts, collars, cuffs, neckwear, etc., etc. Mr. Bradshaw is an experienced salesman and we predict that Serious as it was, it seems miraculous he will fill the position to the perfect that it was no worse. satisfaction of his employers. Mrs. and her little It is out of place and shows an unen- Bradshaw Louisvilie later. son, Edwin, will go to viable disposition when men fall out with a publication when statements of their accounts are mailed them. When Gov. J. R, Hindman and Prof. P. D. a statement is sent, it is not because Neilsori attended the meeting ,of the the debt is regarded as questionable, Board of Education, Louisville Conferbut because the News man needs the ence, at Russellville, last week, It money, believing that his friends will was a very interesting meeting, and pay whei they are advised of their during the session an appropriation was For several weeks the made for a concrete walk from the enNews has been mailing statements, trance to the Lindsey-Wilso- n campus to about the second time such a course has the building, and from the girls dormibeen pursued in fourteen years, and we tory to the boy's halls. This will be a trust all who have received a notifica- great improvement, the work to be comtion will remit at' once. We do not pleted between this time and the openwant to lose a single subscriber, but at ing of the Lindsey,-Wilso- n in Septemthe same time we want the amounts ber. Other necessary improvements due us. Furthermore, no paper has will also be made during vacation. ever been more indulgent than the News. A large barn belonging to Mr. W. H. Russell, who lives about two miles Preaching- north of Cane Valley, was struck by lightning Sunday night, burning the Currie, will preach and Rev.. barn and contents consisting about 6000 hold church, conference at Tabor Church pounds of hay ten bbls. corn one horse, Thursday night, June 22nd. And preach one mule, a lot of harness and other at Johnson's- - shool house Friday things. Loss about one thousand dolnight June 23rd, at Tabor again Sunlars, no insurance. day morning. Returning will preach at Columbia Sunday nignt Willie Harris, who is indicted in the Adair Circuit Court for carnally knowMiss Sallie Walker, this place, was 16 years .. old. is in the first person to pay her county and ing a female under jail. He was arrested and brought to State tax this year. this county from Russell the L. & N. between Campbellsville and Greensburg, near Whitewood, last Sunday evening, cost Engineer Henry Pope his life. The rest of the' crew together with several passengers, escaped without serious bodily harm. A heavy rain Had fallen and a small stream .overflowed, and "washed out the track for some distance, and when the engine plunged into the water, all went over the bank. A wreck on v J , I k mu -- C- well-know- B.--M- . The Liberty News last week made mention of the fact that a Miss Brown, who is a compositor in that office set a galley of ten point type in one hour and fifty-fominutes. Miss Vara Hutchison, who is a compositor in this office, seeing the notice, concluded to test her speed,, and she set a galley, 22 inches, in one hour and seventeen min utes, same point type. ur Entertained. On Thursday evening A June 15, Misses Hattie and Grace Conover entertained-- ' at their home three miles east of Co- -'' lumbia, in honor of their gue3ttMis It was a most Madalene Thomas, of Campbellsville enjoyable occasiomancf will long be remembered nbv - in! ." f . w.3..av. m. ' r Every body is invited to attend the Woodman picnic at the Fair Grounds. Next Saturday the Republicaf of No charge. Come and bring a d Adair county will hold basket, and be prepared to enjoy their respective precincts, meetings in andiect the day. delegates to. attend a conventionfto be held at the courthouse, For Sale: One 8 horsepower 'Russell following, to nominate a casJ?e for Portable Steam Engine cheap. Good as Representative. There are SS--it- 1 new. Goff Bros. dates before the party. c well-fille- if tfeey. V , " i&S- f.'-- It"..' ' we? """" ' ! " ?& c "ipsws sy , SV - ," THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS -- VJ r' - i?& i 1! arm OF and i Wn WW A PLOWING WITH DYNAMITE. OBG U. WHrU u,j- - ROMANCE Warden emm by THE FARM. lam ...a&jww K3pv. fil Three Institutions Have Made the Tiller Wealthy, Wise and Comfortable. Tlie story of agricultural education in America, like that of all science, can be traced page after page in the great book of evolution, and the amazing developmentof the industry In the United States has been due to three EETRIGG CENTRAL PoiKTI ROGUE RIVER ulflEWl VALLEY OREGON CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED i jsr mv i -- ' rich business man of Portland. Ore... IN say that these colleges were not estab who was recently sentenced to serve lished or endowed for the sole purpose four months in prison and pay a fine Nl IN of teaching agriculture. It was a of $12,000 for the part he had in land M liberal education that was proposed. frauds in the northwest- Classical studies were not to be ex-- 1 eluded and therefore must be Includ- - ' A tablespoonful cf spirits of cain- e4." pbor stirred in a gallon of water as The number of agricultural colleges makes a very good solution with now established Is sixty-fivthe pres which' to spray plants that are af-ant value of their permanent funds fllcted with the green lice. This spray IN fixes the lice and does not harm the and equipment is $100,000,000. A N census shojved 73,813 students. foliage plants to which it is applied. IN Nl with 6.907 teachers. IN While other members of the animal The rise of the United States depart-'rnesoCL of agriculture is" a romance of kingdom may fail to multiply jis na- A curious fertilizing material comes MS the hist century. As far hack as the ture intended, it is pretty safe to as- In small quantities from silk mills. It Nl 11 year 1822 a strong effort wfl3 made to sume tfcatUbe old frosted eared brLndle IN. is called "cocoon dust" and consists IN transform the mall some 200 acres tabby cat will some warm morning of the dead bodies of silkworms. of land iwnicb surrounded the capltd soon"1 lead lier bevy of kittens from: station found it to be exIN. wildings then practically a barren 6omevwell protected and secluded spot, traordinarily rich' in: nitrogen, containIX. kste, into an experiment farm1 In This kitten crop is one that is not re- - t ing nearly 10 per cent of this sub Nl" 7K Nl Ich to propagate new and rare' duced by, frost, blight or drought. stance; also small quantities of phos- - 7fv 7!n lits. But it was not until forty l phoric acid and potashi NTX tin: d Irs later that the United States de ivansas .legislators are to be Sewage waste may be- profitable as m Nl r'lV ment of agriculture was erected fora piece of legislation lately j a fertilizer. IN The sladge which accu- - i N! u. , he selfsame spot which had pre-- passed, at oivce sensible and merciful, mulates on the sand beds- - used for the In. IN isly been sought as an experiment which makes tit possible to use the idle purification of sewage a Rockville M6 cocvlcts In the state penitentiaries In was found by the Connecticut station i. e alpha and .omega of this great tin." Duuamg or amgnway irom i.eav- - i x. v,t , .,. j,w Vi nitrogen LSI per cent, with' traces of i 7FZ uzatlon Is rthe .practical applica- - enwbitb to ICansav? CIty, Kan. The :' JJIAN1?- CORK PKDDUCE CUT' BLASTED' phosphoric acid and" potash. This maof .modern science to the service taxpayers will get areturn from the GROUND. terial has almost' three times- as- much Nl' Lhe farmer. It can perhaps best be labor orf the comvicts, and the latter ES"rom "Tncrsase the- Crop."! nitrogen as stable manure, but it Is 7Iv famed up In a homely remark of will be the better for the physical ex 114 NJ pcretary of Agriculture Wilson, who ercise and Xresu air which they will surfacesoil can be with a plow, and probably much less- - available- to- crops TV IN get. cheaply, too, for it Is only because the more 'soluble and. valuable 7fc. j just as F,n assigning new duties to an expert necessary to ao tcis subsoil plowing part &t the nitrogen has been- removed Nl "said: "Don't tell me now about your IN. In contrast toijthe Idea Kill tbo pre- (once in by water and microbe action. ' Neverof yeurs.- laboratories. Tell me what you are mi one: cannot make money IK. Blasting subsoil has been practiced theless If it can be got for the- hauling IN. doing for the man at the plow, out valentthat IN to- , for some years by a few progressive raising stock; onvless than from-100- ' it might pay for a short haul, to- - plow .In the fields, with his coat off." 2n Then come the farmers' institutes. .200 aacres may betcited the experience farmers io different parts of the coun-o- f under: American A'griculturi&u Pennsylvania domftiie who kewt irv. Thes men- have had wonderful Flirtert irnnlorfnl cnrttotfne fi rn ovf. l imri uea" r aroas on altera acres, results in the way of increased crops D0MT CUT SOD WITH: SPADE. il IX terod all over America and boast a Rowing all the TaghaS6 vf or tbem-ouli on land already trader cultivation and n mininn mil nf mnro th-.IN Mi IN this area, ancJ who manmature men and women. These Insti- agement was able toby prudent mort- in transforming into eseellent growing Make? For Yourself This Ingenious Lit-ti- e IN. pay off & land that which would have been Sledge and Halve Your Labor. tutes may be defined as "societies es- gage of $7,200- on the phiee Jn IN worthless without dynamite. tablished for the promotion of agricul sod Gutter is j vj of of seven years. To .add It is only lately, however, that the- clearly shown in the the IN ture among the farming population.'" troubles, the farm was badly rum sketch. It may 3n benefits from plowing with dynamite be well' tt add, says nil tTtaTT nnmo Intn holrnr In nrrlor tn Nt IN Farm Progress, down at the time- he bought it While- , have become generally recognized , .. . 7lN 11 !, that' t'fte knife blade dips downward NL he acwun,fldf " 7K The department cf agriculture, the about three-eight1S, tical and more in sympathy with the inch-Iof. an its Nl the various agricultural colleges and men Nt !7iN a?m t,mt. needs of the farming community. They , lt IN cows, by- prominently identified with farming in NIT f,tock ke cons.sted of tare L,oh a great success and have tb.e .keeP,n? of n,ch IN I S 3n nHdlnB up'., different parts of the country are all A M tn RnPd fnrw.nrd the nrrl. Dt 'Sdti wr 'Mi ' i 7iN" ssu: s an easy thc now making a careful study of this i IfI Lit . if Industry. Lectures are given matter. fertility of the cultural quesuon in oruer io neiwuuui- - uW , : by agricultural experts and practical; M w nl i ,:" '."" In all theterritorv wfere-soft'coafarmers, and the meetings last only a I3U h"eu1" ,uauui' a"" """ " wa of "S1 lff day or two at most In this work the j relied upon chieSy as. for tUel s!ves' th raSi eff.ectir5 spncinf? of the m "udhe deptd-anfarmers' wives and daughters take a Htr..3 stove it is-- the verr bane of 'i holes for best results. Farmers every- - , v, r.mmlnnnt nnrt. and women's Insti- - - l,:lv t t " nvniiTViArifin t wuere are experimenting uu Nl tutes are now established all over thi floors, staling the wall paper, dirtying; ' account. Many are already men . claiming 7K xi TJnited States and Canada for the 3ish.s and blackecing wearing apparel.. Nl that subsoil plowing with explosives j Thi IN study of household science. rhief fault vtiih. this- - kind1 f fuel will be a common custom in a few Is that under the- coaditians which years and will represent millions of Nl usually prevail a complete combustion A Seeder For a Few Cents. 7K in increased crops from lands . dollars One can make a cheap seeder to drop , of the coal Is not secused that is. the already under cultivation and more 2n seed behind the plow in the following smoke and soot "are not consumed but V millions from land now producing IN manner: Take a tin pan that holds at j clog arid retard the stove, the pipes nothing but weeds and considered en- I Nl 7T least a quart Cut and flues. While the trouble cannot IN tirely worthless. GHSAP KST HANDY SOU ODTT3R. a board round and be entirely done away, it can be mate-- a Nl TFT. ?K f inches. width. of rvo and little larger than rially Improved by replenishing the 7K NJT pan and screw Btove more frequently and breaking can l adjusted to cut. the sod; the $4-5IN 5 Nt pan A to the the coal up .Into finer pieces If at if, The man who provides him- thickness. at 0 Nl- SV self with everything new and X Two- men and a boy. withi a team, round wood wheel hand It will be found a great help to Nl IN useful for carrying on the farm B. Near the rim use either cobs or wod with the soft recetit.y rut enough sod to load a slab ilk. IN work and leaves the household ? wagoKi h'fmg o:ie and of pan punch in CDai. In some localities it is possible 7K with implements that date back a cubic yards, rollwl the sod and loaded, 7K3X7KsKfr3k7s;?K?k7K?K ?fc some holes as far Ic get coke from which the oils and 7iN7iGK7K7r.7i ) 7Tn to pioneer days is. not deserving apart as you want Boot producing elements have been ? the nutgoiv in a trifle more than am of larger success. Have a largely removed. This makrs a very the seed. hour The cutter is easily aad cheaply mad&'iiud is-'- great improvament over ' 4F Stoppered hole tn the board wheel hot fire and will have to be watched. A to put in seed. In cen closely and renewed quite frequently. the spade. through which About Live Stock. ter of wheel and pan make a hole to Puckerless Persimmons. It is only recently that the full value- - ;' put through a bolt for the axle. Make Stuffing the colt with hay or straw Ses, It has been done. Do not laugh, handles and put axle bolt through at of rape as a pasture for growing pigs the end and fasten other end to plow. has come to be fully realized, and this , ' or any coarse feed will spoil its looks. you who have been handed persim- - , Let seeder run back of plow. Tbe only by the most progressive hog-- Keep this ration down by the use of mans and' have bitten to the delight of i uproarious spectators. A Few of whole affair costs less than 25 cents raisers. One acre of a good stand of j some grain and less eoarse feed. Specials for Our department of agriculture has It will drop all small seeds cane. milo. rape will furnish pasture for from. ' Steers fed on clover hay will not hogs, dependingOwl Cigars, Box of 50, per box only consume more roughage, but also earned additional fame by taking the j Kaffir corn, broom corn and all the QftiHin to twenty-fiv- e Si $5 j like and will do as good work as any upon its rankness and thriftiness. The more grain, than these ted on timothy pucke? out. " ' 50 ' ' Boone Daniel L75 single row planter except that it will plant prefers a moist, cool soil, full of hay if both grain and roughage are We owe the discovery to the Japa- - i " ' 100 f Straus No. 9 3.60 not cover the seed. The next round, bumus, and should be sown in the fed according to appetite. nese. For five years an expert has i " ' 100 ' ' Chas. Denby spring as soon as the danger of frost however, will cover it with the plow. lieeps sheep for been at work for the government deIt is the farmer who 3.75 Is over. If broadcasted, from six to a number of years that finds thena-mos- t vising means to remove the . pucker and Fireside. " ' 100 ' ' San Felice 3.75 eight pounds of seed should be usedli profitable. Some years they will from the persimmon. Like all things, " ' El. Toro Porto Rican 50 ' per acre. If drilled, as is sometimes; return a much you know how. The L85 better profit than oth- it is simple when done, in rows from twenty to thirty ers, ' Optimo 10c St. Size 50 and it is hard to sell and buy. at fruit Is put into tanks into which car4.00 wants othA generous farmer iDches apart, from three to five pounds-wil- l just bon dioxide has been forced and left Optimo 2 for 25c Size the right tirae 50 ' ers to have the benefit of his 5.50 answer. Excellent results there three days. Taken out It Is always anxThe ration of the driving horse Quail Perfect experience and is o0 secured by sowing about 3.50 sweeter than a Bartlett pear and will ious to assist his neighbor in. of seed on a part of the land should be different from that of the keep three times as long. " ' 50 La Aaz 10c St. Size need average work horse. This Is due- In a every way possible. We few3.75 to be devoted to oats and clover, the " ' Filson Club 10c St. Size more generous farmers and demands 7.50 latter seed being put In after the rape. large measure to care nothing er selfish men who Filson Club 2 for 25c Size In this case the rape will germinate of such an animal. It should be fed $&&&b&&&i& than to get for society further 11 ' 50 ' and grow slowly until the oats are much less roughage In proportion to What part will you take in the Cherterfield . its nrotection for themselves. 4.50 Its size.than a horse at ordinary work. campaign for better farming 7 cut, after which it will grow tvH&i&S&M&S eolrl uj i .. , nil hronrlo nf wv. ouiu Vnr ua Ct paCKS j? ,.v. y The roughage should also be of difw.e,. u Much will be required at your or the oats, clover and rape IOr ZDC hands. Have you determined to All 15c branes 2 for 25c All 25c brands for 20c patch may be used as a pasture as ferent nature. do your part? Tim' to Spread Gypsum. The ram should not run with the soon as it gets six o seven inches Mail orders filled on the same day as received. Gypsum, or "land plaster." ought to hlgb, no attempt being made to har ewes during the winter. He will worry 5$ySx$$3x3$X8x$x3xSS8 early in the be spread on meadows vest tho grain. Such pasture gives an them, and one bunt might kill a lamb. -- i f- -. season, when mere - - .. --. PTnpnt varietv and together with He should have a box stall, not large, 4 A Modern Solomon. r . LOUISVILLE, KY. "7 wre present, as it. Mnnt11F0(3 III ?IV tJJ il --hand oll meal nnd such mllb or with a good, strong yard attached. "Do you think I am really your afKates pounds of water to make Where he can be out of doors on all finity?" asked Solomon's nine hundred a7 bukermllk as is available makes J of gypsum- - It economical pork production. fine days. Never leave him out in a and eighty-fift- h wife coquettishly. . 7 in releasing the potasn auu The Adair County News Jg ROmetimeg 8(Wn witb.satIsfac- - storm so that his fleece will become "My dear," said the wisest guy, "you it avaUable; therefore on tery results as late as June 15, but It wet, as it might mean death. Feed are one in a thousand." we supplied with an abundance u wSL not do well. If the weather is dry him regularly and enough to keep him He got away with, it too. Toledo Both One Year $1.50. ot very available Ir.rvg the weeks following Potash which i la good, thrifty condition. Bladt. ''W: ftutermay be extremely TaluaW. .J bill. of his must factors first, the state agricultural col- This matter special not be reprinted without permission. leges; second, the national department of agriculture; third, the farmers' in Fifty cents invested In a pair of rubstitutes. The American agricultural colleges i bers may save $5 in doctor bills, with u" mu,ery tnrown m' had their beginning in a revolt against j """ the so called classical education, but It There is flo better material of which , ut. trflO nAAa uiicuueu, as it t ln4HJJ ineir eminent to lmliri hen or hog house than the founder pointed out. that they should clay hollow block. Its use mpnnn fhnr ' ,..,. .,.. , be dissociated from n hm ,n,i etr,v n ,.., i university training. Mr. Justin S. Mor- - ' warm. . .. lwk Ill , iuc A n auiuui ui ..1. Aiagna cnarta j' uie Higher Agricultural Education,'' of President Taft is to be commended more than once stated the real purpose I for refusing to pardon W. N. Jones, a . I nhi WV I ...-!- . "It Is nerhans nppdipsa tn .www " . I ( ! e; I ; re-ce- nt ang, Bang! Will Resound Over the Farm as Gee-haOnce Did. In places where Irrigating is carried 6 i on extensively, says the booklet "In- crease the Crop." cot out bv fhn Pennsylvania AJa-rde- n railroad, the ground M sometimes becomes so saturated that the water level rises close to th snrface. This makes the land practically NEW FACTS J OLD MANURES. IN ! worthless for vegetation of any kind. ! other than pasturage. If alkali exists Values of the Various Sorts of Fer- In the soil or is deposited by Irrigation IN tilizer Set Forth Briefly. no crops can be raised when the Horse manure from city stables ground water reaches the level of the usually contains 70 to 7per cent of plant's roots. water in the form in which such ma In some parts of the country ridges nure reaches thefarmer. The solid or dikes are run at regular intervals IN portion of such manure contains of Nl over all of the higher ground, to keep the thin surface soil from being wash- nitrogen from 0.5 to 0.8 per cent, phos- 7K NIX IN ed away. Considerable time and labor phoric acid 0.3 to 0.5 per cent, potash are required to make these dikes as well 0.5 to 0.7 per cent, lime' 0.5 to 0.8 per as to keep them In shape, and they cent, with traces of magnesia' The take up ground that should be bearing drier the manure the larger the quancrops. On land of this kind drainage. tity of actual plant food elements in Irrigation, dikes, late plowing and rot the ton.' Computing the above named IN Nl ting seed could all be done away with quantities of nitrogen therein as ?IN if fllO Clltwnll flT hnrlnnn trkAHln 20 cents per pound, phosphoric worth j acid broken up. and potasbeach 4 cents a pound, dev, , ... Luere 1S oni one Practical way to aluation of horse manure of the upturn and aerate these lower soils above range of composition works oat or to shatter hardpan. and that is by from $2.64 to $4.16 per ton. blasting. Sheep manure from stockyards antf IN Subsoil and hardpan can be plowed slaughter houses is sometimes sold in just as effectively with explosives as the market either under its own name' or as so called "natural guano." Analysis of three such samples sold In Connecticut showed them to contain about .IN : as much nitrogen, phosphoric acid and NlIN M potash as could be bought in the form TIN of fertilizer chemicals for $11 or $12. 1S The sheep manure sold at from $25 to IN $33 a- .ton. But, as the station report IN says, tt must also be remembered that i , 60 per cent of sheep manure- - consists Nf IN of fine vegetable matter, which1- forms ' humus in the soil and has distinct value in feeding the soil bacteria and ' is regulating the water content cf the I w , I! arm and X X f ! J REMEMBER TN - ! x THAT IN - The Adair County News IsQoing ToaThe lid IS 3n Cash Basis And ?K I . ... that Everybody who is Indebted for the IN Paper is Urged to Pay up within the next Few Weeks :"--4- V tii - I ! - The System will be Better for the Subscriber and also the Publisher nt -- i vcom-aiende- - m. - $:m&m - .m. ,.. - We do not want to Lose a Single r, Subscriber, but want to Add JVlany New Names to our al ready Large List - - - - - - -- - . - ,,!,, $1.51) 1 - the-cours- e ,.. ! - - 's5 'f J ?" Tv-a- r hs One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly .n. 1 1 M t -- I ! l fal Courier Journal One Year J I t.nrlr.e - .... vu ", . Louisville Times andJNews I i 1 j ; one-hal- The-knif- e the-nrope- r as - oiie-quart- er a AMAVCDC ATTCiUTIAM 3 aifIUILIJ our Smokers ,' - ru . , ar-als- o five-pound- s 4 the-peculi- ar '100' -. I more-rapidly- , nio-Jirptr- glr jua --- - . CITY HALLPHAPMAfV sixihjcffon ut and for pos-Poun- ds , Couilournai $ si- - 4 . - ; , V ft .49 r . i ,; ti. J Y r-. IT' s-- r .A P $A 5: ,,r . i ." ; y ; " " , - "" " . - i IHfi ADAlft 'cQUtfTY MEWS -- IN THE REALM TIMELY BREVITIES The lyre was invented 1004 B. C. Paper was manufactured in China in the year 105 B. C. It is said on good authority that Alaska has the only tin mines of any under the system of taxation which Girl's Graduation Gown. consequence in the United States. prevails In Mexico the peasant in The closing of school means a pretty The barbers of Europe collect a crop reality an agricultural slave pays a new dress for the average young girl, of 1,200,000 pounds of hair annually. larger amount to support the governeven though she may not have reached Of every hundred pounds of food we ment than does one favored and the dignity of being a graduate. There eat fourteen pounds consists of pota- wealthy family which owns 10.000,000 are nowadays few schools that do toes. acres. Little wonder that there is unnot indulge in some sort of closing exThe Australian government offers rest across the border. ercises even for tfie undergraduates. large prizes for the best postage stamp designs. The tiller of the soil who underA Japanese army officer has invented stands the chemistry of a spring snow a waterproof knapsack that Is made of which comes after a part or all of the horsehair. ASHION There is probably no phase of taeigh-borly relation in which the lolden Rule finds nicer exemplification than m, keeping one's flock of hens shut up when the neighbors have their flower and vegetable gardens nicely spaded, raked and planted. 1 . Manufacturers in the United States exported 104.8S3.83S pounds of print ing paper last year. Mexico, ' Venezuela and Guatemala are the only countries where authors enjoy the privilege of perpetual copyright. Artificial lace is a French development of cellulose and is said to wear better and to have other advantages over real lace. The ink in a fountain pen will not dry so rapidly when the pen is idle if the holes in the cap be plugged to keep out the air. The rocket type of life saving- appa-- , ratns has saved the lives of more than 0,000 shipwrecked persons on the British coasts since 1870. Potash may be derived from organic sources, as from wood ashes, and seaweed. The giant seaweeds of the California coast contain potash salts. The term "Eurasian' has been offi cially discarded by the government of India, which has decided to adopt "Anglo-Indian- " In the coming census. Nickel mining is active in New Caledonia. European firms are investing largely in it and other mining. Some fair gold discoveries have been made recently. Tests in Dublin have shown that the wind will carry disease bacteria 200 feet and as hi;:h as sixty feet into the air, even when there is a heavy rainfall. Louisville, Ky.. has a new grand hotel, and it has been named after the nationally famous and admired editor Henry Watter- of the Courier-Journason. ""in o t lwktk o tr nan i1tt fon i l'iif.i .. uu A.u ..j ... luuusiiou icujji liiuitr luuu oiJk.iiy-u- c years old dying in New York ever year, This Is the highest proportion of old folk ever recorded by any city In the world. The Saxon state railways reward workmen who have been in their servyears and more with ice twenty-fiv- e small sums of money, and at the same time distinguish them with marks of honor. cocoa and There are twenty-eigh- t chocolate factories in Amsterdam, of which eight do an almost worldwide business. Dutch commerce with the Indies greatly favors these l, early seeding is done always welcomes it, for he knows that In addition to the moisture which it contains and its mellowing effect upon the surface soil it deposits a considerable amount of ni trogen. which it absorbs in passing through the air. Under a recent order from the gen- eral land office at Washington 21.830 acres of land surrounding the Wichita national forest in Oklahoma are to be restored to homestead entry and will be subject to entry after May 1G and until June Z. This will be under the usual conditions, which require the payment of $1.2." per acre at the time final proof is made. ' ' ' desperate effort has been made by paint and varnish makers to prevent the passage of laws in some of the states which compel the printing ou every can of paint or varnish the for- A , ' , , , i COMMENCEMENT DKESS. inula according to which each is put up. uue 01 iue uiyuiueuis wuicu iue are offering is that paints and var- nishes do not affect the health, hence there is no need of giving the formula. True, this adulteration does not hit a fellow's digestive apparatus, but It surely does his pocketbook, for probably there is more adulteration of paints tnan ot any otuer proaucc or common use. If the paints are made of good pigments and pure linseed oil there is really no reason why the facts should not be stated on the outside of the package. 1 The gown illustrated here is suitable t for a girl from fourteen to seventeen. It is made of one of the summer mus-- . lms. The bodice has a yoke effect in tucks and valeiu lennes lace above a van-dykes in Probably no experiment station in the country has done more along the line of poultry investigations than that of Maine. For those of our readers who are interested in poultry raising wide band of broderie anglaise. The vya to it on1 lw lr i skirt is crossed with broad horizontal' buiuou lur iiuiKiiij; m;e puwuui uuu bands of broderie anglaise, with making a spray for use in the hen- of Valenciennes lace set above house. To make the powder mix three the hem. A narrow flounce of the em, parts of gasoline with one part crude broidery is used, together with insercarbolic acid (or cresol) and add while tions o Valenciennes above the emstirring enough plaster of paris to broidery. give, when thoroughly mixed, a dry. pinkish brown powder. As a rule it will take four quarts of the plaster to LOVELY LASES ARE one of liquid. This should be worked into the feathers, especially around the vent on the lower side of the body and EVERYWHERE SEEN under the wings. A second treatment should be given in four or five days and a third after about the same inter- vai u tne dims are uaaiy miestea. Tne Flounces, Scarfs, Veils, t wash or spray is made by mixing just A new liquefied gas invented in Ger- - before using three parts of kerosene and Collars of This Fabric. many and sold to consumers in steel with one part of crude full strength drums Is nonpoisonous, gives an In carbolic acid, and this should be aptensely white light in mantel burners, plied with a hand spray pump or brush There is a greater quantity of lace and is said to be thrice as powerful as ' to the interior of the house, used In modern dress than has been the ordiuary city gas when used in There recently appeared In the daily the case for many years, and real old engines. newspapers of the central states a Is always made use of when pos-- . lace In Hungarr a ,luuior woman Lace shawls, lace tiounces, lace frage ieague has been formed with a statement credited to a state dairy inTWO DAIRY HERDS. veils, lace lappets and caps that have membership of 2.j0 young men and spector to the effect that there was no In a cow census taken a short time been In treasure boxes for many and women between the ages of sixteen danger In the use of milk from a ago in Tompkins county, N. Y., 103 many a. Jong year are now displayed and twenty-fouThese young people tuberculous cow unless the lesions of dairy herds were tested with a view delight. with pride and are to act as ushers at the meetings the disease were actually present in to ascertaining the performance of her udder. If milk could be drawn r.'if-l- i iiw frnm th stntwlnnlnf nf millr fashionable tunic provides a of the older suffragettes. The abso- capital opportunity for the lace scarfs and butter faf production. The nerd3 Cantilever bridge construction makes i from the udder of a cow under . and. If big enough, the wedding veil. possible some astonishing things. For mteiv sanirarv conuinons mat is. so',....i were average herds, and the Incidentally the lace scarf as a scarf example, the new railroad bridge that no germs could be introduced findings probably apply to dairy herds Is In great demand. Combined with' across the rend d'ureiue river, near from the outside the above statement in any other section of the country. net or voile de soie or any of the sheer t Metalinet wash., was built out from , m,S&t be true, but the fact is very The most profitable herd in the lot now so fashionable, , lace. nno R,,,a r fll gfrAnni linH1 lp Pm1 nf tie milk ,Is so secured. . On the other j comprised nine mixed cows, which ..,... .!. w . . . ,. . .... .. ... tue Bounces are uuuzea, wnue suawis the " reached the pier on the other ' aanu 1C uas uet;n louuu IUUL lue m!l ' during ithe year produced an average nure of a cow wlu contain the eerms j of G S17 pounds of niilk, which sold good purpose for the draped gide Q serve a 0f 2S0 feet. ' ,' long before her milkL.for $02.02, while calves and other re , of tuberculosis overdress, Five tunnels now pierce the Alps, Old family lace is, however, not such The boring of the Loetschberg tunnel, j will, and If particles of the excreta get ceipts came to $9.50. The feed for Into the milk, as is true in a majority the year per cow cost $40.30, leaving a an enviable possession as It Is often ... . ... .," , considered, and the up to date woman ' , of cases, without doubt such milk is net profit of $55.22 per cow. The ." likely to contain germs of tuberculosis poorest herd in the lot comprised seven contends that, while she adores old ffl ' and therefore is unfit for food, . . lace, she can often get better results .. . n. thr trasted with the loose and well Con- - head of grade Durhams and grade " nigh Jerseys, which produced the paltry from the most mo'dern designs and in tunnel in Europe and is emmnauy careless view as expressed amount of liG2i pounds of milk per the imitation rather than the real ,. a supplement to the Simplon .. noove is tne opinion or one or me ani- - annum. This brought $17.58. while when the gown Is to be made entirely t.tl.. tunnel. or In greater part of lace. ' mnl hiislmnrlrv j PTnprts of thi dorwrt- - the $4.2S from calves and other I unu '" . iue uoiu II. sovereign anu ,...! sover mont rtt nrrlriiltiirn tif Wnclitncfnn The new laces are exquisite in paU sources orougut the total revenue up :. fl ..- - .. tern and texture, whether In the all eitm-- is now beinir larcelv used in In- - iiMiMM v. 111:11 1111111 nit? iiiuiueiiL 11 i:uw to $21.80. Tlue bill of fare for these " over, douuoe. baud or tunic. Often dia instead of silver. Traders, instead has tuberculosis In any part of her cows cost $44.39. making a net loss there is embroidery worked over the of going about with bags of rupees, body she is a source of danger and is per cow of $22.44 for the year. The lace heavy silk embroidery In colors, have taken to carrying gold in their likely to impart the germs to other an-- t other 101 herds ranged between these gold or silver or in pearls and rhlne-stone- pockets. Last year $90,000,000 in gold imals or to human beings. two extremes good, bad and indiffer- This seems too much to the was Imported into India, compared ent Thp nnmnrntr.itfnn nrnvoo rmlto conservative taste when the lace itself ""h $30,uuu,uuu m luus anil oo.uou,-I- s A rather striking Illustration of the conclusively that, while the man and so exquisite In pattern, but this is j 000 in 1909. effectiveness of the Babcock test as a the care have a great deal to do with an age of overelaboratiou, and what j It is estimated that the failure of means of determining the butter fat gross and net returns in the dairy might at other times seem too heavy , his golden voice caused Enrico Caruso returns of cows In a dairy herd was 'business, after all success or failure and too elaborate now looks only j a loss of fully $(8,000. He missed related to the writer the other day by depends chiefly upon the cow the f nine and weeks of the Met the owner of a large herd of pure bred milk making smart and effective. machine. In the two in- ., la inm0fir, Lace Is combined with many ma- ropolitan Opera company, besides a Holstein cows. It was shortly after .. i n terials. Satin, silk, crepe de chine and road tour of two weeks. He will not the introduction of the sulphuric acid that the cows which scored a net loss brocade, all are utilized as foundation, attempt to sing again until November test as a means of ascertaining the of $22.44 per head consumed a ration while cloth of gold and cloth of silver and meanwhile will enjoy himself In amount of butter fat in milk. In bis which cost but $1.91 per bead less must not be excluded from the list. Florence, painting doing some plaster dairy barn were two fine looking cows than those which returned a net profit All white or color for the foundation work and relaxing generally. which stood side by side. At the time of $55.22, yet gave less than e years 1 of the test one was giving thirty-fiv- e Tankel Heller, now Is decided by individual taste. This as much milk per head. Quite prevents monotony and Is one reason old, who was one of the first men In pounds of milk per day and the other likely the fellow who owned this j Why the fashions this season are so New York to buy castoff clothing and twenty-fiv- e pounds, and the rations bunch of bovines was "not particularhas accumulated $250,000 In thirty-fiv- e and striking. fed were based on this showing. On ly enthusiastic over the situation, and years, has sailed for his native town applying the Babcock test It was the care he gave the animals may not in Kussla, which he left when he was found that the milk of the cow giving have been the best. But he fed them Parasol Colors. The colors that have proved great eighteen years old and will marry the the larger amount tested 1.0 per cent well, whatever else may be said. The favorites in parasol lines, says the Dry woman whom he loved as a girl. They of butter fat, while that of the one census as taken shows plainly the Goods Economist, are coral, cerise. have corresponded ever since Heller yielding the smaller amount tested 6 urgency of keeping tab on the indiAmerican Beauty red, empire green, sailed for America to seek his fortune. per cent This meant that the latter viduals In the dairy herd, both as reh The suggestion has been advanced cow was giving two and king's blue and the purple and violet gards milk yield and quality, for only The run on empire and by President Crooksif Albany col- times as much butter fat as the for- In this way can a fellow tell with any shades. hunter's green has been enormous, lege, Oregon, that there should be mer nd should have been fed that accuracy whether be Is operating a bath in the parasolsjn solid color and erected In San Francisco, fronting the much more feed instead of less, as had winning $r losing business. rwWi (Wack and Golden Gate, a statue for some memo. beeaitkircase. The reader will likely in the co "BlboflPHK discoverer of tk. lAariirVavM tTt2&. rial an extreme case. It and black i PacW.-- , Balbk wt sighted the a4 fa, Jr&it&mdly emphasizes the. need iJ7-tft ' rcoadatw mgmh tPE ther wil MmrW ot.the worthWloafers d iMfif red ha becopteg ratNfctr ffMiPpr ttttMEedftuuBilverwiry of tfcrdHf froM thOirJENKarelrealrj, a jftmh, of ?$ pttnufii I I I (,.,,.,., !- iubiu K- Gaps1.8 I directions for making: Dissolve five pounds of copper sulphate (blue vitriol) in a tobacco pail nearly full of water the evening before the solution is to be made. Next slake five pounds of fresh stone lime, using care to pour on sufficient water and to keep it stirred to prevent burning. This slaking of the lime may also be clone the day before one intends to use the solution. When ready to mix dilute the gal- - ' blucstone solution to twenty-fiv- e Ions in a fifty gallon vinegar barrel; also dilute the lime as far as practicable in the receptacle In which it was slaked and pour slowly into the larger barrel containing the bluestone. stir-t ring the while. If all of the lime is taken up by the first water applied, all right: if not. add more and stir thoroughly so all of the lime will be dist solved. Pour thjs into the big barrel and add enough more water to make fifty gallons. This gives what is called the solution. Before using the mixture should be tested to see If there is an excess of lime by adding a few drops of prussinte of potash solution (a deadly poison) to a small quantity of the solution. If a chocolate colored precipitate is made it means the solution is acid and more lime should be added. A considerable excess of lime does no harm, and it is well to be on the safe side. The directions above given are for the preparation of a lim ited quantity of the solution for use in n hand spraying outfit, with a tank con taining twenty to thirty gallons, If a power outfit, with 150 or 200 gallon tank is used, a stock solution of the bluestone should be kept, made by suspending in a small tank or barrel containing two or three pails of water more bluestone crystals than will dissolve. This eives what is call- e(j a saturated solution, one gallon of whieh contains about three pouuds of bluestone: hence to make fiftv callons of the mixture take one and two- third gallons of the bluestone solu- tion and for 100 gallons of mixture d gallons, and so on. three and Likewise in the case of the lime a larger quantity will need to be slaked and may be kept covered with water between spraying intervals. In mak ing up the larger quantities of the sl,rav mixture the same rule should ', n nf. nf nn,noh fn , tt, ,inic In kj into the ray .,inthr large or small, .,' solution should be strained through a brass j strainer or a couple of thicknesses of : gunny sacking. The most effective spraying with the bordeaux is given just after the blossom stems separate. but before the Individual, buds open ZS 2 up. In treatments after this one ' commercial arsenate of lead may be added to the bordeaux solution at the iZZ2 rate of about two and a half pounds ZZ2 j t0 fifty gallons of the solution. The ; spray will be most effective if applied ' trith llin .. i .ww IHVUU141U iincciHIn .. uw lin'ivtoct ftlJtUlka while throughout the operation the 2 solution should be kept thoroughly stirred in order to insure a uniform strength. In orchards which have never been sprayed the bordeaux (should be applied three or four times at intervals of about three weeks. mixture being used by many orchardists as a rC5 substitute for the bordeaux in the ' ZZZ fighting of fungous diseases, the for-3 mer is still the standby of the major- - jjg Ity. For the benefit of those who have C3S not used it we give the following brief I"2 lime-sulphur the bordeaux m.xture. While the 'RiiUUUUUUUUiUiUUUUUlUi Is UtiUlUUUUUUUUiUUiiitiiti 3 Money 9 IS And we all must economize by buying where we can get the lowest PRICES an any and Everything. UmJ QREENSBURG, KY. w&aJr I The Great Green River Merchandise I 1 Distributor Offers pure Hog Lard 50 lb Tins at $5.50 " Hostess Lard 50 lb Tins $4.49 Highest Grade Fancy Patent Flour 65c 11 3 i i 241bs bag Second Patent Flour, $5.00 per Bbl. 55c 241bs bag $4.49 per Bbl. J Lard anp Flour bothe Guaranteed to give satisfaction, not exactly as represented, we invite you to return. No rE charge for what it takes to try. ( j Wire and Wire Fence bars 38 in. Stardard.25c 10 Bars 47 in Stan " 8 " 32 in. 7 bars 26 in 2&c Barbed Wire, Arrow Brand, $1.65 Spool of SO Barbed Wire, Gliddens Brand $2.50 Spool of 80 Wire and Wire products have advanced fully ten i Dut we oner at same prices as maae oerore any a1 9 Fertilizers 10-- 2 , one-thir- at 90c for Corn 2-8-4 1 - 8- 2 at $1.05 corn or toW at $1.30 for Tobacco. Write for prices, any analysis you need f I .,, Disc Harrows 8 Discs 16 in. "" 12 ' 10 18 " at following Bargain Prices $19.50 $20.50 10 Discs 16 in. ' S 18 12 at $17.00 at ha $18.00 $19.00 $21.50 Other sizes at same proportion I Cultivators Two HorselWalking $15.50 and $16.00 Two Horse Riding $25.00 and $27.00 Our Cultivators are the best made. All Equipped with 8 points 4 shovels and 4 Bull Tongues. tooth Cultivators with lever$2.2b Five i f I ij I t3 . . nrp-jyiirr- . Fourteen tooth $3.10 Black Hawk Corn Planters, Check Rowers $34.00 2 horse " Drills One horse with Fertilizer 11.50 We belong to no retailers combine. ,l plain $9.50 We make the Price I Suf-slbl- e. ARE YOU WITH US. Correspondence Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ! r. TBmnnfminmnifflninminfflnimfflfflflnnfflfflmfflniK list at this writing-Misses Letha English, Gladys Mr. jCarlis Norris, of this place, Willa Cole spent last Saturday visited his lister, Mrs. Kittie afternoon with Miss Annie Roo-ne- y Cole. vanzanc, 01 jamonion, mis Misses Nella Petty and Cora week. Mr. W. H. Cole, who has been,t Baylor and Messrs. Nolan Pettv and Dick Cheatham passed sick for some time, is not im- through this place last Monday proving. afternoon, on their way home Mrs. Fannie Cheatham, Ruth from Tennessee, We wish them and Duke Thomas, were the a long and happy life.. guests of Mrf. Kate Fletcher The farmers are getting along; last Friday. Cole Camp. . 1 I i I I 3, j I I ,. , I , ,!, m I ... . J 1 1 I ! ,"":." :! T . I ! - j s. nicely plowing corn, and wiieafc' ' ' Mesdames. Susie and Minnie harvest will be on hand tfiis Baker were shopping in Burkes- - week in this neighborhood ville last Saturday afternoon. I -- -- one-hal- one-four- th fifty-thre- ; Mr. Elam Fletcher, of Baker ton, spent last Saturday night! As directed by the State Central , , . r, mittee of the Republican party of ietcner, OI tuckyf 1 hereby call the Republicans of with Mr. Adair county to meet in mass conven Breeding. tion at the Court House in Columbia, Mr. Charlie Jones left last Ky., on Saturday, July the 8th, at 1:30-m., for the purpose of electing delweek for Tennessee, where he egates to attend the State Convention, has ajob of work; hauling ce, 1 Ken-LUth- er rt, . -- p. dars. Miss Myrtie Cole, Boyle and . Strange Cole attended preaching J one-flft- at Flat Rockriast Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Norris and children, visited his father, A Dreadful VoundL Mr. W. Worris, last Sunday. fJom a knife gun can ru3ty I 1 to be held in Louisville, Ky., Tuesday, the 11th day of July, 1911, for the pur- Pie of nominating candidates for State officers, to be voted for at the regular Novemberjelection, 1911. W. A. Coffey Chairman Republican Committed I -- Mr. Tori fieatnam spent last naiI fira any omer ndture demanmd worss or 01 a aay-thitMr'I- ?'tbe''uHHra4 UHnH mim JNf 'BpfeM '' Saturday hisb iker it and Sundak with jb?"i tic t 1 , T. j ?.,' e ULOH im .4tkfe8 0rmrrrv UMbM Hm, PiW FruiMan -- prompt treatment with Bucklen's Ar--.- 1 nica sIve t0j bloed Powoa or gangrene. . Its the quickest surest heakx wounds also for BurW Belk for-all-such -j .w-- w is n, iuLir 1 'i-- . '." - ' ' THE ADAIR CGUKIY 'KEyVS t THE ADAIR - COUNTY HEWS Ono. The farmers are looking for a BY THE refreshing shower of rain. Corn good for Adair County News Company. p.rons are lookine very this time of year," but oats and ( Incorporated.) grass are cut short by the dry EDITOR. weather. Irish'potatoes are alCHAS- - S. HARRIS most a failure in this section. interest or the City of Columbia and the people t Adair and adjacent counties. Post-ofH- Published Every Wednesday 44fr0 Q"Q"QQ"Q"0't"Q"'C"6 G Democratic newspaper devoted to the William Popplewell is no better at this writing. ce Entered at the Columbia ,cnd class malllraatter. Elender S. Stephens, a quite aged lady of this county, was rED. JUNE. 21. 1911, laid in the tomb to await the res urrection morn, living only a ' ON PRIMARY short while after she received a IRDER OF NAMFS ' stroke of paralysis. BALLOT. Miss Zilpah Hughes, daughter The following is the order in of W. S. Hughes, after a siege dates will appear on the ballot of illness Passed from the scene time, with the good news that for the Democratic State pri-jmary: Persons who desire to She was going to live with Jesus, vote for Mr. Garnett will stamp She bade her friends frrewell, in the little square opposite his knml tnA thprn fn mpt hpr ;n , name. . TT were as Of sec- - GREAT BARGAINS 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 t i FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR. Thomas IT. Paynter, Oilie M, James. FOR GOVERNOR. James B. McCreary. William Addams. JUTENANT-G OV ERNOR. iMcDermott. Jwards ft TREASURER. klhea. iieaveii. ner remains placed in the tomb near her sisters and brother, who have gone before. Zilpah was a good and kind daughter, and her father, mother, brothers and sisters and a number of friends will miss the kind words and bright face of the deceased. Mr. Otha Coffey's mule fell have just returned from Market where we purchased a Wholesale Dealer's entire stock of Sam-pi- e Summer Shoes and Slippers at Reduced Prices, which enables us to sell them at less than Wholesale Cost. We also purchasad a lot of Men's Clothing, which we will sell as Low as the Lowest. Ladies Summer Dress Goods at Reduced Prices. Bargains in Suit Cases. You can Save at least 20 by dealing with us. We invite you to make our store head quarters when you come to town. We also give a nice Cobler Seated Rocker with every $25 purchase. Yours for Bargains e i ( .3 r PATTESON & OENNEY. Q"&"Q"Q"6"G"Q"Q"Q"fr4"frQ"fr4 chased two acres of land from JV ?c his father, Mr. John Gaskins, for $25. He will erect a dwelling in 33 the near future. Mr. Smith, of King's Mount- JSri ain, a preserver of photographs, 3B was hwe last week, taking orders. Mr. Robert Murray and wife were calling on Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Owens, last Saturday evening. Several from this place attended the Conference at Russell good report Springs. They peaking and a nice time. Messrs. Bradshaw, Moore & Hone, sheep buyers, were calling on our farmers last week. Mr. M. L. Owens and family, Mrs. J. 0. Holt, Mrs. S. B. Collins and Mrs. Green Kean, re- of Public accounts. ion. feosworth. ATTORNEY GENERAL rarnett. bollard. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE. F. Crecelius. I)R SUPERINTENDENT OF PUPLIC ' STRUCTION, IN- - backwards striking its head, and very near killing it, the jar producing blindness. Boys and girls should begin to look for their books, as school time is drawing near. Mrs. Emily Dunbar is recovering from a severe spell of sickness at this writing. Mr. Richard Popplewell was in the town of Ono, on business' to-day. "Q"6"Q"Q"Q4Q"Q"fra"Q"Q"6"Q A Combination KS5 Baiksdale Hamlett. 1 C. Littrell. "R. S Eubank. TOR COMMISSIONER LABOR AND Mr. Ivy Hopper passed through Ono, Ky., enroute to Jabez. Owcnsby. OF AGRICULTURE, STATISTICS 0 Good Points Easy Running 'Long Life : Best Material Air Seasoned1 for 3 years Well Painted m J. ' , t W. Newman. B. F. Hill. G. T. Wright. ....... JPOR CLERK OF THE COURT OF APPEALS Mrs. Joe Clayton's condition remains about the same. Whooping cough is raging near Robert L. Greene. Mr. Kemp, Gradyville, wa3 Under the primary rules a visiting his daughter, Mrs. E. L. blank line will be left under Reese, last week. , each of the offices in order that Mr. John Brooks, who has voters so desiring may cast a been in Kansas the past twelve ballot for some person other years, and the principal of a than those who have formally high school, was here recently, entered the race. shaking hands with old school J. Morgan Chinn. here. V T - - cently visited at D. G. Grider's. Mrs. Martitia Carter and Mrs. Liston Lawless visited "aunt" Sarah Clayton. N Perfectly Proportioned All of these Good Points and more are found in the -- -- . ;j X mates, neighbors and friends. The Sunday School at Moore's There were about fifty in at- school house is progressing niceCommssion Democratic convention, held i n Louisville, last tendance at Miss Dora Conover's ly. ... a if vt ii i Two of Mr. W. D. Wheat's Wednesday, the friends of "Bille parcy Saturday nignc. nice Klair," of Lexington, put him times Prevailed, and we presume children are reported quite sick over very easily. When the con- all those who attended enjoyed at the present. vention convened he had fifteen the occasion. Mrs. Martitia Carter was visitThere were two baptized at ing her brother, Mr, Pemp instructed votes more than necessary to nominate. One thing Wooldridge's Mill Sunday after- Haynes, several days of last B. B. Sims and Elmer week. V that Mr. Klair, should not have noon; fallowed the unseating of the reg Hawkins. We are glad to know that Mrs. ular delegation from Pulaski Mr. Geo. Holt, of Campbells-vill- J. H. Barger's health is so much instructed for Bob bounty is stopping for a few days, improved, and that she was able Brown, the latters home county. at the home of his brother, Mr. to be visiting Mrs. G. F. East-haC. C. Holt. of Esto, and Miss Idell J. In the death of Proctor Knott, of Lebanon, this Mrs. J. K. P. Aaron is still re- Simms, of this place, last week. "State has lost one of it's most dis- ported on the sick list. Rev. C. M. Deener delivered a honored citizens. tinguished and Mr. K. Tj. Rppsp. who is n nnfr- - very interesting sermon at Esto, His public service both in State ural mechanic and millwright, Sunday. and in our National Congress was) We are very much in need of a Ripe and the owner and Proprietor of of the highest character. in' years, having passed the the Farmer's Woolen Mill and a blacksmith and doctor at this eightieth mile stone of life, he lumber mill, is at present en- place. It is the finest location surrendered to the inevitable last gaged in rebuilding his troughs we know of. Sunday evening. and penstock, which will enable Rev. Young filled his regular Hon. W. M. Smith, oi Louis-Till- him to supply the wants and de- appointment at Bethlehem, Sunwho was a Democratic can- - mands of his customers at once. day. lidate before the primary for the Wheat cutting is the order of Most all the farmers, are getnomination for Lieutenant Gov- the day. ting their crops thoroughly ernor has published his card Mrs. J. H.. Barger, who has worked during the dry weather. withdrawal. been in poor health and confined Mrs. M. L. Owens and Mrs. D. Mr. Gorden Montgomery was at home for quite a while, has G. Grider visited Mrs. Omre Wol-formade a vice President of the very much impra red, and was one day last week. Railroad Commission Democrat- - visiting Mrs. R. Phelps, one For Sale: One six year old comConventionwlMi Conven.edin day last week. ic A bined Red Bird horse. Woukftrd XouisvilIelast for cattle. Call on The News. Mr. FinleyAt the second District Railroad I -- A COLUMBUS WAGON Let us Explain Our Liberal Guarantee a Reed Hardware Co. "Ask the man who ownes one" e, -- m, mmmWmWAmmmti Creelsboro. Hiereinbottom, ot Liberal, Kansas, is visiting his parents here. He has been away for three years, and his friends were all certainly glad to see Ex-Go- v. B mmm-mmmmmi- fiordon S. N. HANCOCK WATCH MAKER and JEWELER i " OPTICIAN My Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction Office in j him. Miss Exie Witham is on the sick list this week. J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store. e, -- - d, Miss Pearl Blankenship was in showed a sense of great pleasure gained a jewel. Mr. Denny is a town Saturday. and satisfaction, for he had business man of Mill Springs, and Master Kent Clayton visited wooed and won the affections of highly respected. They were his grandmother, Friday. one of our fairest and brightest accompanied to Albany by Misses young ladies, and he had come to Nannie Perryman and Emma Our little village was thrown Black; Messrs. L. E. McMurtry of excitement last claim" her for his own, Miss Ada intaa state VfW fV 'y X - t ,msr. "Gr "lm:"- 4r yHhas - L Saturday, when a pleasant and fine looking young man by the name of Denny, drove up to the hotel. His beaming countenance v" and J. G. Thurston. After the Thurstonwho was the most pop- wedding in the parlor of the ular young lady of Creelsboro, Huft! House, they went to his and Mr. Denny is a lucky man to homeat-Mil- l Springs, which he have won her. He certainly has had in readiness. i f s- - v ; uet. s K,. ir&z2 .fe vw y V M A J If J - - 2L THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS &&&&!&:&fei feSWfc ?m?7Zfc 72fe W& S!KS55H w ikM msm c The Buchanan Lyon Co. Campbellsville, Kentucky Are the Most Extensive Dealers in Firstclass, Fancy and Durable Buggies m o In all this Section of the State. They not only sell Taylor County but all the Adjoining Counties. 4 8 $ BL If You j3& Want .4. " JL asy Kunner W And a Good Looker at the Very Lowest Price, get in Communication with the W WVJtJtJt-rTr-r-rvr-)r-K--r-rj BUCHANAN LYON CO. 5 Campbellsville, Ky. f!Mk; s S&i gjven a place in thlS noted institution and will return next year. f .. n Mrs. .. PFRWNAI M.E. Pointer, of near Fairplay, ijtjjtjtjK---t-t---- and Miss Lillie Burbridge, of West Point, this State, paid the News a e Mrs Jo F. Patterson was quite sick pleasant visit Tuesday. Miss last week. has been visiting relatives and friends in this county for some time, Mrs. Fayette Davis visited relatives but will return home next Thursday. at Portland last week. Mrs. Lizzie Coffey, Campbellsville, Mr. H. T. Baker was in Campbellswho was visiting at the home of her ville, Thursday on business. Mr. and Mrs. father and mother-in-laMiss Mary Garnett left Tuesday Jo Coffey, was suddenly called home morning to visit frienps at Canmer, Ky. last week before her visit was out, on account of the illness of a brother. Misses Ruth and Ivy Sublett, Cane Mr. H C. Read, wife and little son Valley, visited Miss Hattie Massie last Henry, of Fort Smith, Ark and Mrs. week. Annie Caldwell, sister of Mr. Read, of Miss Corine Breeding will return this Burdick, Taylor county, spent last Sun week from a three weeks stay in day in Columbia meeting many friends. Mr. Read and Mrs. Caldwell were born Holladay, Augusta Kan. and reared in this place, and they were Miss Kathrine is visiting Miss Fannie Holladay and given a most cordial greeting. It was other relatives. the first visit of Mrs. Read who formed husMr, A. J. Gowen and wife, Rev. L. the acquaintance of many of her bands old friends, and she seemed perF. Payne and wife, of Basil, were i n fectly delighted with her visit. Columbia a few days ago. - . III B j g mmtnmmmmmmmiammmmmmmmmtem Bur-bridg- The JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE Will Furnish You with the Old Reliable Deering Binders, Mow ers, Rakes and Twine i M Mr. fertilizer salesman, was i n Adair several days of last week. Mr. A J. Owens, Vice President o f The Insurance Underwriters Co., Louisville, was here a few days ago. Prof. R. R. Moss aud wife and ltf tie daughter, Mary Maxine, are visiting the formers parents at Hardy ville, Hart county, J. W. Saltsman, a well known G. P. SMYTHE for PIRE fNSURANCE ' and REAL ESTATE $5f V- - , Miss Muriel Warfield, Elizabethtown 111., and Miss Grace Southerland, Commissioner's Sale. Bloomfield, Ky., are visiting Miss Vic Hughes. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY. Mr. Bert Garmon, Sheriff, of CumA Frightful Accident. berland county spent a few hours in Farmers Bank Cane Valley, Plff. ) vs this city while en route to Greensburg, ) L. V. Murrell &c Defendent. last Sunday. By virtue of a Judgment and Order Last Saturday night Messrs. Jas. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Grant, left for of sale of Adair Circuit Court, render Goff, Edwin Cravens and Dr. Garlin Louisville, Tuesday evening, where ed at the May Term, thereof, 1911, in to Mr. Josh Butler's they will visit several days before re- the above cause, for the sum of four Grissom drove out being in progress. gathering dollars and a social turning to Panama. hundred and seventy-seve- n up about twelve at the rate The party broke men named above Judd have re- 52 cents, with the interest o'clock and the young Messrs Tom and Romie of six per cent, per annum from the turned from Georgetown College. The 22nd day of May 1911, until paid, and left for town, all seated in one buggy. base ball club will now in all probabil- $36 2T costs herein, 1 shall proceed to It was raining the night was very dark, they reached the short curve on ity be reorganized. door in When offer for .sale at the Court-hous- e pike, this side of Cheatham's Mrs. R. A. Myers aud little son. Rob- Columbia to the highest bidder, at pub- the Bridge, the horse, buggy and occupants ert Page, who visiteJ their relatives lic Auction, on Monday the 3rd day of went over the bluff, a distance of here four or five weeks returned July 1911, at one o, clock p. vm., or twelve or fourteen feet. Neither one to their home, Monticello, last week. therabout (being County court) upon a of the occupants was seriously hurt,but iri charge o f credit of six months the following deMr. A, Barrett, who is horse was almost ruined for serTwo certain the a United States Recruiting office a t scribed property, vice and the buggy top was mashed to Campbellsville, was in Columbia a few lots in the village of Cane Valley Adair pieces. county, Ky., on the waters of Caney days ago enroute to Russell Sprsngs. Fork. The first lot is bounded as folNotwithstanding the dry season, corn beginning at a stoney cor- looks reasonably well, and is growing Mr. A, R Feese, Mr. C. B. Dehoney lows, t, Misses Ada Feese and Susie K. Page, ner to P. C. Watson, on county road, Cane Valley, were in Columbia Friday thence with Watson's line Is W 66 nicely. morning enroute to a corporbtion meet- feet to a stone, A. 'II. Judds line, ing at Jamestown, thence N E. 56 feet to a corner in A. : IRON FENCE CHEAPER THAN WOOD to P. V. Cun- Capt. W. W. Bradshaw and Mrs. H. Judd's line and corner S E 66 Bradshaw will be in Barren and War- diff, thence with Cundiff's line S W with the! ren connties for several weeks, and be- feet to the road, thencebeginning. The fore they return home they will visit road 56 feet to the second lot contains one forth of an acre friends at Nashville. more or less, this being the same lot Mrs Lizzie Murrell and her son, Rev. conveyed by F. W. Rice and wife to P. M. M. Murrell, arrived home last week V. Cundiff and recorded in deed Book MANUFACTURED BY from Nashville where the latter has 22 page 201, said lots are fully described theological department o f in the Judgment and order of sale to been in the Thi Stewart Iron Wirks.Company Vanderbilt University. CINCINNATI, OHIO reference is made for a more which Whose Fence received the Highest is here from particular description. Mr. W. M. Vance, who Award, "Com OTeaal," worms Or sufficient thereof to produce the New Mexico, will be in Washington Fair, St. Ixmis, 1304. Thn mnst. ernnnmiCfll fence VOU Can omintv for the next two months, en sums of money so ordered to be made. buy. Price less than a respectable wood purchaser His For the purchase price, the gaged in the fruit tree business, fence. "Why not replace your old one office address for the present. i s with approved surety or securities, post now,withajeat, attractive imou ixatt, JL. LIFETIME." must execute Bond, bearing legal inSpringfield Ky., swr terest from day of sale until paid, and i'-- J ra rioabrrui rJ Trno Fence. Ira FIowtT Mr. Robert Todd graduated frem Cen- having the force and effect of a Judg- - . will lW Prieea 'ASUSurprise Vol. 8EE US .4. OAIX College, Danville last week with ter be prepared to ment. Bidders will anal bow at home. comptly witk these terms. S. F Cuban K the degree Columbia, Ky. itwourud4iMdiCtehasbeen W. A. Coffey Master Commissions to-w- it: to-wi- in ! M 1 Mr. J. W. Tupman returned home last Friday, after spending several days with his daughter, Miss Virgie who is sick at Glasgow. He reports her much T. A. SMITH -- UETNa'is'r. z30mm ONE 'ROP down the throat of a "gapey" chicken destroys the worms and saves the chick's life. A few drops In the drinVinff watet improved and that she be able to leave her room. will soon UK COLUMBIA, KY. ICE IN llXTriHRLX. I1'L.D0 See the attractive advertisement of Lost. Patteson & Denney in this issue. They are wanting your business and are A day book last Friday between Coready to meet your demands. lumbia and Campbellsville. Will pay liberally for its return to Citizens Bank Brick are now being burned at JamesJ. H. Young. Columbia. town for the new High School building, which will be erected on the street Mr. John Vaughan of Glasgow Junc- leading to Columbia. tion, in enclosing us a check for four Nearly all the wheat in Adair county dollars, says: "I could not think of doand I wa3 cut last week. Upon the whole it ing without your valuable paper, think your adopted cash system the is extra good. There were very few thin crops. proper move." Mr. Josh Butler, one" of our active who was fined in the Adair Circuit Court 20 for disturbing farmers and gardnerthat never fails, worship, and who left the county, was reported his first mess of new cabbage arrested in Taylor county and brought last Monday. to Adair last week and lodged in jail. For Sale: One 8 fcorse power Russell B. Finn, Campbellsville, Ky., Portable Steam Engine cheap. Good 0. Goft! Bros. headquarters for cold drinks, improved as new. soda Fountain. Also a General line of The graded school election at Russell drugs and staple groceries. Springs was declared void, and another have the honest 7 bushel barrel Ohio election will be called Minnie Pike, CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, ronp, cholera and other chick diseases. One 50c Bottle of Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Everr ponltry raiser should keep a bottle o! this medicine on hand. Write for free sample, and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address. BOUHBOH REMEDY COMPANY, Lexfegta. Xj, A Chaaming Worr.nC is one who is lovely in, che face . from iwpiiiill We Sell Iron Fence "V-AAV i Animifcfhtnmiit I alt for sale. cost you 15 cents more on the barrel than a 5 bushel 32-Sa'm Lewis. barrel. 3t 31-t- It only Organ for; Sale. An extra nice orgpji for sale cheap. f ' Horace Walker has opened a tin shop on Burkesville street and is prepared to do roofimr, guttering, or any other tin 32-work. He solicits business, Mont Carnes, charged with disturbing worship, was arrested in Russell county last week and brought to this county for trial. He is in the lock-u3t p. Minnie. Kemp. The Irish potato crop of Adair county is almost an entire failure. Too much dry weather. mind and temper. But it is hard lor a " woman to be charming withouthealth. A weak sickly womon will and irritable. Constipation and kidney poisons show in pimples blotches, ski a eruptions and a wretched complexion. But Electric Bitters always prove a godsend to women "who want health, beauty and friends. They rpgulata Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, puriy the blood; give strong nervas. bright pure breath, smooth velvety skin, and perfact hhalth Try 50c at Paull Drug Co., them be-nerv- ous lovely-complexion Jfr Pay Your Taxes. roxes'Wanled A-J- B. V ToKw j- - taxes are now due caV'abd set-Geo. Coffey, CWIector, . Live Bed and Grey 'axes. Squirrels, Coons. Minks and Skunks. Snd swae of your express office in W. T. HODGES first tetter. L X tleaMMf. j i r now ready to receive county-anState tax. My office is in the court bouse and I want to write receipts as fast as possible. Bx28& A. D. PattesoB, S. A. C. CaB9beIleviIle, Ky 33-- I am 2t t V V rJ , fe i V" tzJt ,, - "W-- V. k .. i i. & ''-- k. . '-- K .:. . - i H. V . X ft V ;& TS- . - I .ft !ici i 5 t We r ,, -- , , , . , .. . w, , "N is is to inform your readers 24 rina it prontaDie to aojtneir snoppirg at our store, vve Know ni No. 27 No.23 fks to 'an important epoch in the you will also find it profitable if you do your shopping at our 8d5am loiao 5:05pm IN 740pn 7K No. 79 store, in person or by mail :annale of Kentucky. juaw pes fliuvpm 2gs wo si 'TiN So. 93 620pm 9:00 pn We Carry a complete line of" Plaining Mill 25c FOULARD Fifty-fou- r years ago your UnMEN'S SILK ( ?K NORTH BOUND I5c SOCKS 25c Stock ready for use. A large assortment of $17. SUITS $11.95 ?3A1N cle, Melvin White, began to have Lv. Lebanon Ax. LeuisviLLS Mercerized Men's Pure Silk TIN o. 21. 5:43 am..... 7:50 ans Column?. Windows, Doors, Roofing, Colonial NJ Foulards, handa being in that martial common Socks, 10:15 am 7:22 am black P o.78... These are exceptionally some styles, In fact we can furnish any part or all the 420pm ............ 6:55 pns 0.23... and colors; 39c 7 wealth. 6.28 pm 8:15 pro NJX 25c quality at handsome suits at the price. O.J... quality 25c. Wood, any grade desired, that is needed for IN 10:15 am Jo. 92... 722am 15c This was the year of financial t Nl They are mad from pure Nos. 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only. Building or Repair work. It will be to your PURE WOOL 7K PERCALE being born into it, he panic, and wool fabrics and well tailored. ?1n SERGE 49c Interest to inspect our Stock and Prices. WRAPPERS W vrvri Nl has felt it ever since. srv uj.t f, We show this line in black 95c French Serge, 2n Like the fellow who opened a Ladies Percale and colors, in French Serge, black and col- Vl & Wrappers cut W1LM0RE HOTEL in Chicago twenty-fiv- e fruit stand ors; a great val- ?K NJ full, neatly Storm Serge, English WorstColumbia. Ky, IN years ago, Ihaye made nothiW. X&. CUILjjaOJ?B, Prep t. made: special eds, Fancy Mixtures, etc. ue at 49c Nl IN 7v asm ng: and still owe for the basket. 95c HBaaBBBnoasKvaas mmsssssia s a oBHBsa Bsxsn&assBse Many Suits elsewhere at $17. 50 TABLE DA- - nj IN First-ClaTabte CTT QO AT I remember the Civil War, and IN LADIES SILK are no better. As a special Good Sample Room HOSE 35 tvi I think the pugnacious atmos- ?IN Ladies' Pure bargain we offer them at Bleached Table ? K Feed Stable 6 Damask, a NIX ' v t phere largely affected my desti- ?K Silk Hose, with $11.95. quality worth 7K Reasonable Rates 50c; as a great ny. Whileno fighter in a literal 7lX lisle top 50c uality 35c special at 39c. bl GKftDYVILLe,KY sense, I have led a life of con- 7TC iii r E flict, and havebeen badly misunI GATHOFS, : jn derstood. Nl " IN HUGHES IN Eighth and Market .2! N? Thirty-thre- e years I have been 7K COMDCNU 7lN Nl Nl NJ NJ Nl J Nl NI vl J Nl on firing line as an educator of i!C ly M J Nl Nl NJ .1 NT Nl Nl NJ Nl ',NlNiNiNiN7iNiN?i 'inIn 'NininJninin x YETFR1NARY SURGEON youth; and metaphorically speakLargest Wholesale Sash and Door House ing, my face bears the deep scars Vester. One of these respondents who in the South. of conflict. Cy tell of John Jone3 visiting Send your orders to us for prompt shipment Ignorant people regard the Rillino-s- . People are busy plowing over nnrl hpralrl t.'ie fact that' good goods. Tf We appreciate them. and .. teacher as a hopelessly lazy mor their corn in this community. Buck Proctor, a rising and tal- tal who toils not, neither does he The decoration at Bear ented tooth carpenter, passed HUGHES Cfl 2II spin. The churl who has no Grassy Branch regio- n- low were Qulte a success, INCORPORATED. brain doesn't appreciate mental Special Attnetin (o Eyes administered a rebuke of holy Mr. Welby Shepherd and Miss labor, and while he drags out a Spavin or any pur- and withering sarcasm, because Malindia Dooley attended the re-- I Fistulo, miserable existence by hard man gical work done at fair prices 1 am had slandered Henrietta. If 1 union near Green River Bridge, well fixed to take care of stock. Mon FaRDWICX, Pres. Sec R. M. DIETZMAN, J. 8. COCKE, V. Pres. uel labor, he does every lick of ey due when work is done or stock know how to say nice things I last Saturday. removed from stables. work under protest, and does no Plato Wade, who took thei LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE. had said them of Henrietta. My more than he can help. He enL ONBURKSYILLE STREET. apology was, that I was from the teachers examination at James-towvies the professional man or the made an average of 94 wilds of Kentucky, where the INCORPORATED 1889 1861 ESTABLISHED captain of industry who uses his colonels learned the range of per cent. It is our understand- - j brain, and is always croaking their Winchesters by shooting ing that this grade is as high as about his sad lot. H. DEALERS IN niggers, and that I was a any made in Russell, and higher to you he foretells If he talks Attoney-At-LaENGINES. EOILERS, SAW MLIS. stranger to soap, Sunday Schools than any made in Adair. disaster and saysthe people are MILLS GRIST MILLS, Will practice in and civilization till I sat under Mr. V. B. Smith, wife and. no longer honest, and the mer1301 TftlRTeeNTti-Mftl- N. this andadjoining counties. LOUISVILLE the drippings of a North Carolina children were visiting their parchant, doctor, lawyer, preacher Kentucky, Jamstown, : ents from Friday until Sunday. sanctuary. and teacher are all grand rascals Allowance must be made for a Miss Oma Whited was visiting in cohesion against the working benighted pagan whose youthful her aunt, Mrs. Siller Burton, man. Sabbaths were spent in witness- last Saturday night. The editor comes in for his Sheet Iron and Tank Work ing chicken disputes with slasher Mrs. Sarah Burton and Miss share of criticism and "prints gaffs and horse races. I further Dellfe Barton of MaGaha. were lies" just tolsell his paper. gave the game laws of Ohio, Ken visiting Mr. and Mrs. tyank They, therefore, "don't believe tucky and North Carolina. In Burton, lastSaturday night. they'll take arry un;" but revel JOBBING WORK Ohio you are free to kill any We were glad to have Bro. in the stale jokes and fake weathll thing but a nigger in Kentucky, Petre and wife Kinds of Machinery Repaired- I er predictions of the almanac. with us a few any thing but a horse, and in days and nights. They came on I don't suppose there is an old North Carolina any thing but a Wednesday, and le'ft Sunday. State in the Union in which there dog. We would have been glad to have is not graft perpetrated, as to We are very dry in this region, had them stay longer. public school fraud, I can certainno rain having fallen where I ly speak as to North Carolina ; Mr. Clem Burton was quite ill live for five weeks. 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD you that condi day-obut can assure a so of last week. Melvin X.. White. wil1 save you money on a 26 inch H0G PROOF FENCE as long tions are improving. The song; Mrs. Cordia Goodan was the 5as-oustock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carrv in stock all heitrhts "Every body paid but the teachguest of Mrs. Siller Burton last Dirho. and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. was very appropriate in the er,", Friday. I r I ?SE aDAIK gounty news r$r V y N Hy K tY Utiimore, N C. T 'IN ' " JN IN IN "IN V. IN V IN Y. IN W IN "IN yN K K Y. M VK TS. yiN IN IN vM IN "IN .'IN "IN NY N'' K v! NJNIXV IN IN 4 IN T IN IN ! IN I. . i & N. Time Card Attention! " Iftews": IN LOUISVILLE SHOPPERS . . IN In effect Monday. Dec 31. 1SC8. SOUTH BOUND Lv. LOU1SVILLL Ar. Lebanojj 9.42am 7:00am I ! J T a. 1 I Sandusky Co. ss A - i v Sash, Doors, BHnds, jVLouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. i i - Vl Louisville, Kentucky. l ! S. D. Crenshaw , J;""'! j I Wal-throu- gh - , Poll-evi- l, T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. n, 3-- 11 IliliWIGHTS I mACHlNlSTS FEED Joseph Stone, w ' Why . S0LICITRD""T' WIRE Not --A- Read ELLWOOD FENCE The r Courier 58INCH 50IMCrt T7TA V7V7 , past -- l ,i R- - Ti lar-"- CLWiOOO FIELB FEMCE (STANDARD JgSfygwyiciitwgrgrj?BayTei'giiM)fali "fwjswyjwwti' tSTYLE) MADE IN SIX HEIGHTS iv it' ' Li Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 116 ! East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. FERTILIZERS We have on hand a large stock of "GROVES SQUARE BRAND FERTILIZERS." It was ; made during the last half of 1910, which sures it to be in the very best drilling tion. It is also made from the very best materials to be obtained for fertilizer purposes. Our brands for CORN, OATS, and TOBACCO ar,e without an equal. Call and examine our goods and the analysis and get our prioes before makinf your purchases for the spring crops. . SON. - jjH s -- . AJ pv "2, Church rings and political rings have been responsible for a great deal of corruption, and I have made the joints of the grafter's harness crack from the hustings and in press of North Carolina. Hell hath no furies like a grafter scorned, and I have been abused by preachers and political train- ers; but I have helped make as many of them bite the dust as they have slain of me. Another thing that excites my wonder, and oft times my contempt, is the construction a certain class of readers will place on wjiat you write. As I have mentioned before in your columns, I was instrumental in helping get up two fiddler's conventions at Cliffsids and Hen- rietta, two excellent cotton mill towns. Both occasion were successes, and I was nicely treated at both places, and rewarded for my work as promoter. I wrote some 'complimentary things as to both places; but spoke of Henrietta once being a "JJark porner." My authority was a bif? stockholder in the milh -: . i r time-servin- g The nice rain last Monday Johnnie Was Correct. made the farmers of this community feel good. Crops had "Johnnie if I give you 3 cents begun to suffer for rain. But and your father gave you 2 cents everything looks good now and how much would you have?" weeds have been slain by the "Seven," , promptly replied millions for the last few days. Johnnie, ' 'You can't have understood .me Not much tobacco is being set in this section. Those who Johnnie, Now listen, I will reraised last year, or the ma- peat the question. If I give you jority of1 them at least, still have 2 cent and your father gave you their last years crop on hand and 3 how much would you have?" they are of theopinion that one "Seven" said Johnnie again, crop at a time is sufficient to with the same promptness. I am surprised at you Johnie hold. Mrs. Jl W. McClister spent said the teacher. How on earth several days last week at the would you have seven? "I got two in my pocket, "said bedside of her father, Mr Charlie Bennett, who is very low with Johnnie. Journal? ' j HENRY WATTERSON , Editor. We Can Furnish You The Adair County News and the Weekly Courier-Journal , paralysis. has been licensed by theMethodist church to preach. G. Both One Year J. Campbell Mr. C. C. Coomer, Sparksville, was here last Saturday buying tobacco. Last Saturday Mr. Dick Cheatham and Miss Nella Petty, and Mr, Nolan Petty and Miss Tray-lo- r stole a march on their jpar-ents and crosrad over1 into Tern H-- ! ..wi . OMMffirAtermmmaa. iirtotw ot Wins Fight For Life. It was a long and bloody battle for For $1.50 life that was waged by James B. Mer-sho- n of Nawark N. J., of which h e writes, "lhad lost much blood from We can also give liberal lung hemorrhages and was very weak combination rate with Daily and run down. For eight months I was unable t o work. Death semed or Sunday Courier Journal. close on my heels when I began three i Write Courier-Journ- al Com- weeks ago to use Dr. King's New Dispany, Louisville, Ky., for covery. But it has helped me greatly. It is doing all that you claim." For free sample copy of edition weak, soro lungs obstinate cough stub- - you desire, but be SUTe to do comb miiwhi Ifcppp - asthma. n send j5'?Jm 1Hte to. your-subscriptio- order . ... - -- ri 7' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS u Syrup Pepsin. You can prolong your life by healthy bowel action. Clogged bowels invite disease. Women about to pass the menstrual period cannot do better than use Syrup Pepsin several times a week until the system has settled to its future condition. Among the strongest supporters of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin are Mr. W. G. Zorn of New Decatur, Ala., and Mr. George S. Spaulding of the National Soldiers' Home, Kansas, both elderly men. The regular size bottles can be bought of any druggist at fifty cents and one dollar, but a free sample bottle can be had by sending your ELECT CULLINGS NEW TALES Woman's Friend Nearly all women suffer at times from female ailmfefrts. Some women suffer more acutely and more constantly than others. But whether you have little pain or whether you suffer intensely, you snould take Wine or Cardui and get relier. Cardui is a safe, natural medicine, for women, prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable in gredients. It acts easily on the female organs and gives strengtn and tone to tne wnoie system. Umbrellas With Windows. An umbrella witu windows is the latest novelty in Paris, and we are told that it comes from London. The reason for the innovation is, we learn, the difficulty of getting about on account of the dangers caused by traffic, THAT ARE TOLD! FREE SAMPLE CURED OLD PEBSON'S DOWEL TROUDLE One of the most remarkable proofs of the unusual laxative merit contained in Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is that it is effective not only in people in the prime of life, but at the extremes of ages. As many letters are received from mothers regarding the cures of children, as from men and women of sixty, seventy and eighty years of age. It must be truly a won- CARDUI The Woman's Tonic nwtf--j 1 w 1 I J 38 Mrs. Verna "Wallace, of Sanger, Tex., tried Cardui. She writes : I si A rjAnAmUis v ftin n n !"n n f naaM.. vjuiuui xiao uuue iiiuic iui mc uiaii x isnu. uusuiiut;. xjul spring i was taken with female inflammation and consulted a doctor, but to no avail, so I took Cardui, and inside of three days, I was able to do my housework. Since then my trouble has never returned." Try it. 1 j r.i I Very Fond of Music. One of the senate employees who will not be disturbed in the event that the Democrats control the upper especially in wet weather. Although branch of congress two years hence is the umbrella with windows seems a Kennedy Bae of Indiana, clerk of the novelty, it is not exactly new. The senate committee on appropriations. derful laxative. manufacturers give a little history of They are telling a good story about In the cure of constipation and the invention. It seems that the first Hae's first visit to Washington. When bowel trouble in old people it has no parapluie a fenetres made its appearequal. ance In London half a century ago. Jim Hemenway of Indiana was chair- dispels It corrects the constipation, the headache, biliousness, gas, man of the house committee he got A Russian noble, Prince Foutiatine. drowsiness after eating, etc. People was walking one day in London with Rae a job as assistant clerk of his advancing in years should see to it address to the doctor. his tutor. It was raining, and a mad committee. Rae was ordered to report that their bowels move freely, and Address him Dr. W. B. Caldwell, at the committee room on March 4. dog rushed at them. Owing to the umif they do not to take Dr. Caldwell's 402 Caldwell building, Monticello, I1L "On this particular March 4," says brella they did not notice the animal's approach. The tutor was terribly bit- Mr. Courts, "Theodore Roosevelt was ten, and a little time afterward he being Inaugurated. Rae called me on died in great agony. The prince was the telephone about 10 o'clock in the so Impressed with the danger of the morning and said he had just arrived ordinary umbrella that he invented the in town and would reach the capitol parapluie a fenetres. Of what the in a few minutes. All day long we "windows" consisted we are left in waited for him to show up, but in Is ready for distribution. This book will ilniiht lnit tVira ....I.U.U. nhrnntnlor toll a vain. The next day he failed to put WV V., fnltlifiil V.U. WU.1.1 X1l..Sl, l...k prove a valuable guide to the home furus that the prince always carried his in an appearance. About 3 o'clock in safety umbrella and created a great nisher, as the faithful illustrations of sensation throughout the European Our Fifth Annua Catalog AT ALL DEUG STORES capitals. London Globe. ' Moving Pictures and the Eyes. 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 5t, . S. 2)unbar, BUILDING. 40, RING 5)entist OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES' 'PHONE NO. 3. COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY I :- $S??XsCXi9 -- 1 WEEKLY AL d who says that no be allowed to sit nearer than thirty feet away from the curtain. "Children as a Dr. James Triplet! rule like to crowd down to the front of the show, and the parent sees no cause for objection. But parents are mark-- , Dentist. ing the ill effects of the flickering shadow pictures, ignorant' of the fact that the nearer the child Is (o the JEFFRIES BLOCK front the worse the effect upon the' KENTUCKY COLUMBIA immature eye. As many parents accompany their children fo these shows, let them force the children to take back seats, thirty or forty feet back if SX? possible. It would be even a better idea if the management of these shows would prescribe a line beyond which the child would not lie allowed to sit, for a nation of defective eyes may be expected if something Isn't done along this line of reform." Chicago Tribune. "Force the children to take back seats at the moving picture show" is the advice of an English authority, child-shoul- Res. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone 40-- 5 h i ffl viSi V7xwl 1 T ilubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Incorporated 522 and 525 West Market St. Louisville, Kentucky. kJn - ' KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. COURIER-JOURN- KENRYiWATTERSON, 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 ANDjHE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS A Self Made King. Ferdinand, czar of Bulgaria, is practically a self made king. Where once was chaos he has created law and order. He, the scion of two of Europe's noblest houses (Coburg and Orleans), had to live in a country where fifty years ago brigandage was rampant, the army disorganized, polities in the hands of a few wirepullers. Today Bulgaria is foremost among the states of the Balkan peninsula, its army efficient, railways extending, commerce flourishing, law and order prevailing. Sofia, the capital, boasts of the only zoological garden south of the Danube. The king, besides being a linguist and poet, is a thorough botanist and took a deep interest in aviation when this was still in Its infancy. Argonaut. For $1.50 if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, S6.00 $2.00 enough to stop the progress of a steamer, but an incident of this nature occurred recently off the coast of Australia when a huge sunfisu became wedged under the port, propeller of the steamboat Fiona. The engine, as the account states, was brought up all standing and the steamer stopped to investigate the cause of the trouble. It was impossible to extricate the fish at sea. and the steamer, which fortunately was provided with twin screws, proceeded slowly on her way with only one engine working. The fish was removed at Port Jackson and found to weigh two tons fourteen hundre- It Big Fish Story. is not oten that a fish is large 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 i s any omissions or correction of dates: Versailles, Auguest days. Lexington, August days. Russell Springs August 8 I days. Uniontown, August 8 5 days. "I THOUGHT YOU WERE C.OINO TO BE HERE Vanceburg. August 9 1 days. MABCH 4." Lawrenceburg, August 154 days. the afternoon of the Gth Rae came in Leitchfield, August 154 clays. with sparkling eyes and mud bespatBurkesville, August 154 days. ' tered .boots and trousers. Broahead, August 163 days. ' 'I thought you were going to be Fern Creek, August, 16 4days. here March 4,' I remarked. days', Columbia, August 1.' remarked Rae. "'So did "'Where have you been?' I deShepherdsville, August 22 4 days. manded. London. August 22 4;days. "Weil, 'twas this way, Mr. Courts,' Erlanger, August 23 4gdays. he said. "Out in the little town in Germantown, August 243 days. Indiana where I came from the only Nicholasville, August 293 days. music I ever heard was a piano and a Somerset, August 293 days. fiddle, and then only when we boys Bardstown. August 304 days. got enough money together to give a Monticello, September 5 4 days. Right after dance at the town hall. I telephoned you at the station a big Alexandria, September 5 5 days. band from New York got off the train Mount Olivet, September days. and started playing fine music. They Hodgenville, September days. marched up Pennsylvania avenue toSanders, September days. ward the White House, and I marchKentucky State Fair Louisville, Seped with them; in fact, I've been marching with them ever since. They just tember 116 days Horse Cave, September 20 4 day3; took a train for home a few minutes May field, September 27 4 days. ago. I'm ready to go to work now.' " 23 76 LOUISVILLE I TIMES 1911 FOR 224 BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER THEJREGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES 64 54 53 IS If $5.00 A YEAR. YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US. YOU CAN GET THE METHODIST Ono. We are having some nice farm- THE ADASR COUNTY NEWS AND CAPTURED THE PRIZE ing weather, and farmers are very busy getting their crops in order. Result of a Novel Race Between Rival Denominations. Mrs. Rena Stephens is very ill at this writing with something She was past speaking for three or four hours. Mr. William Popplewell . is on the sick list again with ulcer of the neck and face. Zilpah, a daughter of W. S. Hughes, is not doing much good. She is very weak. .Measles are very bad. Out of 51 applicants for county certificates, there were 19 that did not pull through. We hope they will come again. We have fixed the pump in the well at Ono, Ky., and there seems to be plenty of water in it. like paralysis. dweightMuseum News. THE LOUiSVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. SX5Xa)SS3iX5GX imw?) j I Pickett Tobacco C. Warehouse Pigeons as Military Aids. Pigeon flying is something more than a sport in France. "The practical side has appealed to the government," writes Consul Haven from Roubnix. "and as a result almost every garrison is fitted with a loft. where pigeons are trained for use In time of war and during army maneu-- j vers. Several years ago a decree was signed forbidding the keeping or train ing of racing pigeons cpigeou voyagers! by foreigners residing in the country. A French citizen to keep such birds must first make an application to the civil authorities." Telegraph Tolls In England. The Great Britain telegraph charge is 12 cents for the first thirteen words, including the address, and 1 cent for every additional word. With the exception of words which are ordinarily written as one or coupled by hyphens, no combination of words Is counted as one word. Such abbreviations as "can't." "won't." "don't," are counted as single words. Figures are counted at the rate of five figures to a word, fractions according to the number of figures employed, the mark of division being counted as a figure. Washington Post INDEPENDENT A. BRIDGES & Co. tPROPRIETORS Many good stories have been told by Methodist ministers gathered in conference, and one of the best is that related by the Rev. Joseph B. Hingely of Chicago. It tells of the race between ministers of rival denominations to establish a church in one of the growing Montana towns. "A Baptist clergyman was headed that way," said the Rev. Mr. Hingely, "and was discovered by a friend in one of the forward seats of the smoker as the train sped westward. "Hush I' said the Baptist to his friend. 'Don't mention me. There's a Congregational preacher three seats behind me and I'm afraid he'll beat me to Montana. I am determined to get there first and establish my church.' "But the man was doomed to disappointment, for a Methodist preacher rode west on the cowcatcher and was iitging the cellar by the time the BapThere tist emerged from the train." Philadelphia Times. peaches Taking No Risks. Champ Clark, speaker of the house of representatives, says that his party1 didn't wish to take any risks in the last election. "Apparently." continued the Democratic leader, "they wanted things done up as thoroughly as did one of the two men who were to be hanged for horse stealing. "The place selected was the middle of a trestle bridge spanning a river. The rope was not securely tied on the first victim to be dropped, and the knot slipped. The man fell into the river and Immediately swam for the shore. As they were adjusting the rope on the second he remarked: "'Say, will ye be sure and tie that good and tight, 'cause I can't swim?' " FOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. Has the best corps of correspondents. Covers the Kentucky field perfectly. Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky. - A. BRIDGES W.G. BRIDGES CHAS- Four Months Storage Free In Memoriam. j Last Easter was a sad day to the parents and relatives of Virgil Harmon, who was drowned in attempting to cross Russell's creek. He was a man in size, a child in age, just fifteen years Id, in the sunshine of his life. He had a good disposition, ex ceedingly kind and industrious and was very truthfu1. He had The President's Train. a cheerful word and a pleasant All along the railroad line when the smile for every one he met, and president's train is on the way the every he is greatly missed by those switches are spiked and eugineerprecaution taken, and each feels who loved him. He is survived that his reputation is at stake to maintain just such a pace as will by father, mother, one sister and bring the president's train to its destination safely and on time. Besides three brothers. this, the president always has a guard of secret service men, who, planning May the balm of Gilead heal ahead, and knowing just where and when he is to be at certain towns, their wounded hearts. make every preparation for his safe' An Aunt. , ty. National Magazine. Covers the general news field are about J. of a crop, of completely. and apples through this neighborhood. Has the best and fullest mar Irish potatoes are failing this kets reports. season as farmers could not get DEMOCRATIC in politics, but them to come up. There were seveial people at- fair to everybody. tended the singing at Square SEND OUR SUBSCRIPOak Church, on Sunday last. ' Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegrap- h. TION RIGHT AWAY Work Will Soon Start. aftenyou take Dr. King's New Life Pills and you'll quickly enjoy their fine TO THIS PAPER not to results. Constipation and indigestion Times. vanish and fine appetite returns. Thsy regulate stomach liver and bowels and impart new strength and energy to the For Sale: One six year old comwhole system. Tro them. Only 25c at bined Red Bird horse. Would Paull Drug Co. or cattle. Call on The News. . The-Louisvill- e tnd; I T f7Tr Qf'mi" t v- vr-V --- ; ' c- - v,?.-:- - 3fcf ': - - b. Kj-- . ; ."? tw- - . -- wS . 3J& A ?iiy'"i y,- V I ' "" V i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 8 Gradyville. I j I i harvesting is in full' s way this week. James Q. Diddle returned from Columbas, Ohio, last week. Mrs. W. L. Winters has been on the sick list tor several days. j , MR. PROPERTY OWNER-St- op! Consider! Why not use the best possible when YOU pay the bill? ft ' Remember Us When You Want Columns 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 Firm in the State. ' t J. A. Diddle spent last Wed- -' nesday at Greensburg. Dr. J. A. Yates of Edmonton spent last Friday night with his fHtner, near this place. Mrs. Millie Hill and daughter, are visiting relatives at Jamestown this week. J. W. Sexton was on the sick list several days of last week. Miss Clara Wilmore, who has been teaching at Franklin, Va., for the past nine months returned home last Saturday. Hanna's Green Seal Stands for everything that is best in paint. The pigments used are properly proportioned and thoroughly compounded. STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE t Our Prices are Right Discount to Dealers " ; "HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT i Made to Wear" FOR SALE BY Phone No. 108. i ' HE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE W surveying last j il 1 COLUMBIA COLUMN CO. COLUMBIA, KY. N Fox Brand fertilizer made a fine Cobun. Dr. and Mrs. S. Simmon spent crop of corn. Now at this time Sunday in Jamestown visiting. he has one of the best crops of Miss Ada Sublett gave a social relatives. wheat in this section. The to the young folks, of Caney Fork Judge N. F. Moss of Columwheat is well matured with 8 and surrounding communinty a bia spent one day on his farms grains to the mesh. few evening3 ago. in honor of near this place last week. J. F. Pendleton on of our best her guest Miss Lorena Dye, of Judge T. A. Murrell of Columstock men is on the market for amnnfi sv p. bia, was in our midst one day a car load of good lambs for July It is rumored that last week looking after insur- dealers. Spring will not be as open to the ance. 0 e of the most interesting puuiu, una auiuiiiei as it nab uwii Miss Mollie Flowers who has political speakings that our citi- heretofore. been in school at Russellville.for zens have had the pleasure of Mrs. Frank Buchanan, of the past year returned home last hear'ng was delivered by Hon.L Louisville, has returned home Thursday. T. Neat and Luther Perryman, after a ten days visit to her parMisses Popplewell and Bragg, one night last week, two aspir- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rice, accompanied by Mr. Dunbar, all ants for the nomination on the and other relatives of Jamestown, spentseveral days republican ticket for our next Mr. G. T. Herriford of Adair, here the first of the week visit- representatives. Their speeches and John A. Hobson of Green ing relatives and friends. were listened to with great ap- county, last week completed their Mr. George E. Nell spent plause They both made known mspiction of the sheep of this several days in Louisville the to their hearers the necessity of section, and Farris and Bridge-wate- r, first of the week. the great changes that should be local stock dealers have W. L. Winters and J. A. Did- made in the laws, and that if csntr.acted with the farmers for dle spent last Sunday at Sulphur either was so fortunate as to re- lambs at 5 cents per pound. Well. ceive the nomination which is Captian Norman Christie, of Mr. Nathan Bridgewaters, of equiyolant to election, they would Lebanon came over to attend the at. .. wo "- -Gresham, spent a few days in - all fimai: cinr? nnnQcimii! nn)r j0Jd soldiers meeting near Green . , . , this community last week, en- forward to the interest of the' iiva utiuge aiiu. reuiaumu over gaging lambs for July, delivered laboring man when they cast several days with his niece, Mrs. at prices from 3J to 4i cents per their vote. We take it from the Lyda Kerr, visiting relatives. tone of their speeches they are pound. Harvesting throughout this Mr. Charlie Diddle left here both sure of the nomination. section will be on in full blast Mr. W. W. Bradshaw and wife last Wednesday for Mammoth this week, but owing to the heat Cave. He was accompanied passed through here one day last of the past few weeks the crop week en route for Hiseville , by several from Greensburg both of wheat and oats will be where they will visit relatives. and other places. considerably reduced. Mrs. Ella Y. Robertson who Commissioner's Sale. Providence seems determined has been in declining health for ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT to do for man what he wilt not KENTUCKY. do for himself and is proceeding several years, is not getting Farmers Bank Cane Valley, Plff ) along so nicely at this time. right along with a hot dry June vs ) L W. Curry &c Defendant Mr. Robert 0. Keltner sold a to cut the tobacco crop out. So Bv virtue of a Judgment and Order nice building lot last week to of Sale of Adair Circuit court, rendered far not over 5 per cent of a crop Alfred Parson for one hundred at the May Term, thereof, 1911, in the has been planted, and almost ail and fifty dollars. dred and thirty-tw- o dollars and 6 cents the PJant beds are parched up, Uncle George Flowers is spend- with the interest at the rate of six per, the plants overgrown and not cent, per annum from the 17th day of fit t0 Set Acres of tobacc ground ing a few days this week in Co- - May 1911. until paid, and costs lumbia at the bedside of his sis-- 1 herein, Lshaii proceed to offer for sale already prepared has been plant- ' " thef ter, Mrs. Piles. Co!h ed in co or millet. at Publicprotracted services Auction, on Monday the 3rd day of July j The people of C oburg are now Tin tent ' ' accessable to two good Sunday conducted by .the Rev. Roberts .LtUils J2. i nfc WUIIbJ WU1 Kf i i i noois, oocn OI wnicn are doing evangelist, of the Lone Star six months, the following described to wit: a certain State, will begin here on the 6th property, in Adair County Ky., tract of , well, one at Ashberry chapel land lying on the of July. Every body has a waters of Kusseils Creek and is bound- - m the afternoon, the Other at special invitation to attend. We ed as follows, viz; beginnig at a large the new Presbyterian church, yeecu tree corner 10 m are looking forward for a great C Bennetts line, s 46 .ionn54atone totx. .near Kelly ville in the morning. w poles a T I Smith's line and corner to j Mrs. T. S. Scott has a turkey revival. Nancy E. Bennett's homestead, thence James A. Wilmore spent last with her line S 19 S 104. poles to a stone gbbler that haS taken charge of corner to same, thence with another! a nest of eggs and IS Setting Saturday in Greensburg. ht along. Wehope to be able We have heard a great deal of comment on the wheat crop in 39 W 109 poles to the place of the be to report his future success. acres more Mr. Whi tney is proving himthis section for the past two or ginning, containing 3o or less three weeks. Some claiming it Or sufficient thereof to produce the self to be abreast of the times being iar superier to any for sums of money so ordered to be made. among our farmers. He has For the purchase price, the purchaser many years, some claiming it with approved surety or securitiees, greatly improved his farm by not to be so good as last season, must execute Bond, bearing legal in- building a new stock and feed day sale until paid, and terest but we must say here that W. L. having from forceofand effect of a Judg- barn and replacing the old fences the well built Fletcher raised a crop of wheat ment. Bidders will be prepared to with new comply promptly with these terms. steel wire fences. on an 0I4 field, which ten years W. A. Coffey Master CommissionerT ago was fehrawn on the commons, For Sale. considered by one and all to be Russell Creek. perfectly worthless, so poor that 44 acres of land'four or five acres of broom sage would not mature; good timber, being apart of the John L. Lapsley farm, lying on north side of We are needing rain yery bad Mr. Fletcher became in posewioh Jamestown and Columbia road. About vicinity, gardens are of this land a few years ago and one and fourth miles west of Esto, Ky. in this Mrs. Emerine Collins, burning up. t fenced it up and cultivated it in 2831 Gould St. MrsrEveret Turner is some corn, and by using a littleof the Dallas, Tex, , , l better at this writing. Mr. Bob McCaffree was in this J J neighborhood week. Big Clearance Sale l j : Mr. Ben Hutchison was at Russell Springs on business last Sat- urcjav Your scribe and J. W. Cundiff th chifdrens dav Union j Sund There nnA a lo.Q n,A nA jJicutj ui guuu lotgc aiiu 1v,f i Beginnig June 20th and lasting till Oct. 1st. or till they are all gone, we will dispose of, at actual cost all Boy's Clothing. Men's and Boys shoe , Mens' Hats; all Groceries, Hardware I Sulphur',, j i J dinner. Mr. Jim Garison and Miss Mat-tiPollard, were visiting Miss Cleo Shepherd, from Milltown last Saturday night. Miss Helen Smith was visiting friends at Columbia last week. Messrs. Cager Rogers and Jake Graham of Greensburg were visiting Will Edd Squires last e uuu Furniture, Wall Paper and make big reductions on allsummer goods We are putting on this sale for the purpose of making room for our line of Fall and Winter stock of Ladies and Children's Wear. Remember, that after Oct. 1st we will be the only exclusive Ladies ancl Children's Establishment in Russell County. Our line will be full and complete and we are sure we can please all. Our experience in the business here has shown us the need of a store of ths kind and we feel the public will appreciate having one Do not wait and miss the chance of getting choice of the best . bargains we have to offer. We appreciate the patronage we have enjoyed'heretofore and invite you to see us again. Mrs. Ermine Wilson. Russell Springs, Ky. Sunday. Mr. Ben Hancock and Will Edd Squires, were in Greensburg last week on business and while there purchased them a new binder. Mr. John R. Cundiff was visit- PROGRAM FOR I ing at James Todd's last Friday night and attended the reunion at the monument. - Mr. George Alfred Cundiff and his grand daughter, Miss Carson, of Phil, Casey county, were visiting at John R. Cundiff's last Sunday. Picnic to be held at the Fair Grounds at Columbia, on July 4th 1911, by Columbia 'Camp No. 12502 M. W. of A. -c:. 10 1 A.M. "P5I M usic . by Band Crawford 'My Country 'tis of Thee" Opening Prayer SonS Music " 2 iNfeigKbor 3 ! Mr. James Suddarth was at Milltown oi) business last week. 4 Mr. J. A. Neagles was in this neighborhood buying tobacco 5 6 last week. was in this vicinity buying lanbs last week, paying 5 cents per pound. Mr. James Todd and wife of 8 Coburg, were Mr. George Todd and sisters last "Mr. Lee Farris " Opening Ode " 'My Old Kentucky Home" Reading Declaration of Independence . 'by Woodmen ' by Band j Introducing Speaker of the Day . Speaker Hon. L. R. Curtis, Louisville, Ky. " Woodcraft " Neighbor T. A. Murrell by Neighbor Ray Montgomery DINNER 1:30 P. M. Music S2 M , $3-5.3- 5 visiting j I 1! X (,rtJ0dJ1fa WLSS4 C " Star Spangled Banner The Old and New 4th Neighbor Paul Smythe by Band - 1 1 il. Thursday night. Mr. H. T. Smith and son Deed, were visiting at Burkesville last week. Mrs. John Cunbiff and daughter, Miss Annie and Master Dennis .Banks, were visiting Mr. George Todd and sisters Friday night and Saturday. Mr. John Squires was in last week on business. V!i and Mrs. Sam Edd Squires were visiting at Cane Valley last week. v Camp-bellsvil- le 1776 1911 Neighbor Crawford Prize 10 The Old and New Flag 200 yard dash Boys 12 to 18 Ball Throwing i Ax Cutting Contest Log Rolling Contest Ugliest Man Ugliest Baby, shown by Mother Sack Race Penny Race, Boys 8 to 12 Music by Band, own Selection " Standing High Jump 4v- i'Ztl'X 1-- 10 ZTJZ Prize Pyrus. up-to-da- te The recent' rain was greatly enj.oyed by our farmers they put i n good time setting tobacco. Messrs. G. D. Vance, June Finn, Finis Willis attended the Childrens Day a t Union last Sunday. Mr. penry Moss the wel known, stajeman of Greensburg is having a3 set of staves bucked m our community. s Mr. C. W. Keltner and sweat 32-- 6t Mrs. J. H. Vire is on the sick tended meeting at Picketts chaplist. el last Sunday. Dr. L. C. Nell is attending Mr. We are glad to note that Mr. Elbert Monday's child who is j Charles Diddle will begin teach very sick. ing our school again for us in Miss Flora Pickett and broth-)th- e near future. We certainlv er Garlan, attended children.s appreciate having him with us a day at Union Sunday. gain this yeai. n Mr. Mack Coomer our mail man, will bring our Farmers are' moving 'along mail for us at Pyrus twice a week nicely withtheir work. $very snow. For awhile we only had body seems up with work and ready for mail once a week. harvest. Mr. Obe ParsonW well known Mrs. 0. W. Keltner and daughter,' Stella, spent last Sun- produce man makes a trip to day at Mr. R. 0. Kelttfer's. Prvus evermk--. ,. well-knowthe-whe. V 1 j ?- 1 Cjr &C1 Sl. Jf jf . , - l