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There resides in Russell county, near Sewellton, a very enviable character, an old time gentleman, in the person of Mr. Henry N. Smythe, Peacefully Mr. Stanton Wooldridge, known to every body in Russell county, and to Crosses Over The DarR many in all the adjoining counties. He is in comfortable circumstances, and is River of Death. never happier than when a friend calls to spend a night with him. He is very fond of telling jokes, and can sit for A HIGHLY RESPECTED OLD MAN. hours and listen to a story teller. A person who has the least idea about er' ana wno never faw on. The life of Mr.JMr. Henry N.Smythe. " which had been honorable from his 7 WU d not .ave to youth to old age. came to an end last Thursday morning at 8 o'clock. He T" Z S.d,ng . 10K ,n e Ia.ce wou,d was born in Whitley county, Ky., May m 15, l833.aad became a citizen of Colum- 7S bia forty eight years ago. During all these years he never removed from his '?? X? .first location, and uitfil recently he was a remarkably, healthy man, contented ' S LT? with his wife and children about him, to ' Wlth f,pend,a " whom at all times he was perfectlv de J""-- " h ' voted. Many years ago he made a JlTrf ?' hTw profession of hi. faith in Christ, united ? th the Baptist Church, and was con-- , nin; sistent until the final dissolution. An how to act, buttvuuiupeopleiu II. A iillBW you have more honable and highly respected life for style than Louisville. If I was invited more than a eighty-thre- e years is a priceless heritage to leave the compan- to take a meal in Columbia, I would spill my coffee on the table c oth. then ion of his bosom and his loving children. the house wife would say I was an old He was very proud of his children. iyelp and should do my eatine in a and it was very gratifying to him to barn Know mat ne lived to see them all edu- ' lhe above will give you a sroa 1 idea ' cated, able to ,care for themselves. , of the characteristics of the , man, but , Hn Wn t0 P3 iJ - aJ fv,many we take Pleasu stating that a more " LTn ,nVa-citizen does not live in this passing section of Kentucky, nor one who has will be received with sadness through-- 1 A Above we present the picture of Mr. James GarA Kentucky gentleman ; more friends. out the county. looking after the cultivation of his . Religious services were conducted at fnt.m I nett, of this town, candidate for the Democratic nomina-io- n ' and his roller mill, and was nev- , . the residence Fndav momintr at in n (iiiA7ii rn uw www nA.i j - no crann wearing a cuiitrii for Attorney General. In presenting Mr. Garnett we o'clock, by Rev. D. H. Howerton, pas i shirt, and at every election votes the tor of the Baptist Church, and the indo so knowing he has as many friends as any man in Democratic ticket. " terment was in the city cemetery. A Southern Kentucky, but our purpose is to call your attengreat many friends were in attendance. Having long since made preparation Heavy Mail, Columbia P. 0. tion to the worth of a strong endorsement from the people to meet Iiis God, and knowing that his sons and daughters were able to care who know him and the section in which he resides. In for themselves and their, mother, the Every piece of outgoing and incoming mail received during the month of May other words, from what we are able to learn, he will redeceased could have truthfully said: was counted. The count was begun ceive "I would not live alway, the nomination, in fact, there is scarcely a doubt, the first day of the month and kept ud I ask not to stay." daily until the close of the last day of but it is a bad failing to trust to good reports. The only the month. The fo lowing figures Complimentary. V show the immense amount of mail safe plan is, do your duty from this day to the close of the handled at the Columbia post office, polls next Saturday, has been many years since Adair May being an average month; Springfield, Mo., June 16, 1911, First-clasincoming 35,720 or any adjoining county has been represented on the State Editor Adair County News. First-clas- s, outgoing I herewith enclose my check for 34,838 ticket, and Southern Kentucky has never presented a Newspaper, incoming, $l.pO to pay arrears up to July 1, 1911, 9,964 Newspaper, outgoing and renewal of the News for one year 18720 worthier or more competent man for the important posiSecona-clasMagazines, incomfrom July 1st. 1911. The News is al tion he seeks. We must nominate and elect him, but to 1,2.56 ways a welcome visitor to my .home and j ing . Third class, incoming as read by us all. I believe the Adair 5,822 do this we must vote next Saturday. As a Democrat, an Third-clasoutgoing Coanty News the best county paper 5,806 Fouth-clascommanding ability and incoming 1,076 upright gentleman, a lawyer published, and likewise published in the Fourth class, outgoing 800 tact, Mr. Garnett will best town of its sjze I was ever in, and make a state official will reCongressional Franks, incoming 908 I have been in hundreds and thousands Congressional Franks, outgoing 1,284 flect credit on Southern Kentucky and one who will safe in different States, and would willingly Registers, incoming and unhesitatingly stack old Columbia 241 guard the interests of the State. Home pride ought to Registers, outgoing against any town in America. 197 Among the many good and great stir every Democrat in all this section and Adair and thing3 in and. about Columbia is the Double Wedding. adjoining counties should give him the strongtest endorsepresent candidate for the Democratic nomination for Attorney General, my Last Sunday morning at 9 .o'clock at ment possible, not merely for its worth in this, particular old friend James Garnett, whom I have the Methodist parsonage, this city. contest, but as well for its effects next fall. Gentlemen known from his early boyhood, and Rev. 'B. M. Currie, in his usual solemn whose father, the late Judge Garnett, manner, united in marriage Mr Wm. of the Democratic faith, or those, who vote for men rathwas the best friend 1 ever had next to Lowe and Miss OIlie Dudley; Mr. Allen my own father, and I iove, honor and Dudley and Miss Myrtle Pickett Im- er than party nominees, we ask you to do your duty in respect hi3 memory, and know the son mediately after the ceremony the to be worthy of every vote in the sec- couples left for their respective homes this contest. Give Mr. Garnett your vote, and you will tion of Kentucky. in the Portland country. never have cause for regret. Don't forget the priLast but not least, is my old time-tr- ied Dr. E. A Waggener. of this place, mary is next Saturday, July 1st, and held and true fried Hon. James B. Mc the regular Creary, candidate for the Democratic mailed his brother-in-laT. M. Gunn, Stamp in the little square opposite his nomination for Governor at the primary D. D., who resides at Auburn, a sub voting places. to be held Tuly 1st. A man of adility urb of Seattle, Washington, a copy of name. and wide experience and unquestionable the News, containing the account of integrity, who would make Kentucky a the meeting at the Green River Bridge, great Governor. I hope and pray that June 3. Dr. Gunn was in that fight, A Card. Wanted. the Democrats of Adair will cast their and he writes Dr. Waggener that the reading qt the article afforded him votes for him in the primary. A boy about 16 years old, who wants I desire, to explain to the people why much pleasure, and that he would .Very respectfully, I tendered my resignation as Justice of to learn the printing business can get have been glad to have been present. N. B Miller, He also recited some instances of the the Peace. It was on account of de- a job at this office. The one that we clining health, and 1 regretted very accept must start in with a determinamemorable battle. The Liitle Folks Entertain. much to give my office up as my friends tion to remain permanently.' The aphad worked hard to elect me, but while plicant must have a fair education. Special Notice. attending Fiscal Court I was advised Children's Day was observed at the by prominent physicians of Columbia Next Tuesday will be the Fourth of to leave court and return home. It is The Clinton circuit court convenedat Presbyterian church last Sunday fnro. Albany Monday. The most important noon, and the exercises were delight- July, and the office force want a dnv generally known that on June the 8th, cases which will likely be tried at this fully entertaining. There were mnv off, and besides the management of the I had a stroke of apoplexy, and am term are the ones against Sam Lee, children, boys and girls, who took part, News desires to give the result of the still suffering with my head, and I charged withassassinating Dock Moles and their songs and recitations were j State primary election, hence we will thought It advisable to resign, and and that of Alvin Le- - accessory to the charmingly given. The church was not publish the paper next week unti stay at home with my family. I have crime. Also the case of Dr. Barlow full, and as above stated, the occasion Wednesday. been asked whyvl turned my office over Boles for killing Ed Maynard on the was highly enjoyable. .At intervals apto Mr. C. C. Rowe? and in reply will streets of Albany last month. propriate responsive Scripture lessons Miss Orithy Dowdy, a very intelli- - say, I did not turn my office over to any were read, the pastor leading, and .the gent and capable young lady National Peace Sunday will be the of Green one, and I did not resign in f avor of any choir, composed of grown persons, county, was recently appointed Court one, but I want to say that there first Sabbath in July, next Sunday. rendered several beautiful songs. Stenographer for this the 29th Judicial could not have been a better selection Rev C. M. Deener will preach at Throughout the hour the children were district. The adpointment was made by than C. C. Rowe, as he has had the of White Oak on that day, and will dis'exceedingly happy, and the audience Judge Carter, through the recommen- fice before, and gave entire satisfaction, cuss the National Sunday. Avas delighted to see them in such a dation of Miss Pearl Hindman. Miss and I am sure he will this time. .a It is pleasing mood. The children, as we Dqwdy is now in Columbia, and will known that there are but few cases of Teachers Notice. understand, were trained by Misses make her home with- Miss Hindman apoplexy that ever recovered, but havMary Cartwright, Ruth Summers "arid through the Summer. Mary Crawford. ing two of the best physicians in the I have a good primary readincr chart. county, G. T., and H. B. Simpson, 1 good as new, with adjustable revolving We learn from W. I. Meader that Brick masons are now at work, Taylor coudty will make an effort to was fortunate, enough to recover. I, stand. Will sell for less than cost. building the walls of the Paull Drug Rhue Squires. Co's., store house. The business give Garnett more votes than will regretted to leave the Fiscal Court, as house of Messrs. Sinclair & Dillon will Adair. If she does the vote will cer- I was treated so kindly by every memMr. G. F. Jones, Jamestown, transalso .be put ud by the same masons, the tainly be appreciated. Every Dem- ber. I desire to thank my many ferred his residence and about eighty Messrs Sima, and the two buildings ocrat in Adair is for Garnett, and if friends who used their influence to elect acres of ground located at Jamestown, they all come out his vote ot home will will go up together. to his three children, last week. Wm. Harvey. me. be cf some magnitude. PASSES AWAY. Thursday evening the young gathered at the home of Miss Lura Miss Artelfa Coffey, After a Loag Smith, where they were beautifully en- Illness 5uccumbs to the ternained in honor of Miss Judith t, Stur-devan- f T e' 1?" a"f 2511 7" nltT T tuZ f "f 'ftTl tjntu ....... 7'T !f 'Tl -- T. T ! " ?e11 Y V . 5".??.' ZT ? I? , J r ! T yTther0neielegant ! ' of Brownsville, Tenn. The guests, were received by little Miss Eva Walker and Master Carl Smith, both dressed in white. Miss Sturdevant was lovely in blue mull, and Miss Smith wore champagne silk. The porch and lawn were decorated with Japanese lanterns and potted plants, while the interior of the house was decorated with cut flowers. Music was rendered and games enjoyed Before departing the guests were served with delightful refreshments consisting of and cake. Miss Smith was assisted in entertaining during the evening by Misse3 Ora M ss and Katie Murrell. The following couples were present; Miss Judith Sturdevant, Mr. Edwin Hulse; Mabel Atkins, Robert Dohoney; Amanda Butler. Ray Flowers; Madge Rosenfield, Robert Todd; Mabel Goodman, John Flowers; Edna Lewis, George Montgomery; Muriel Warfield, Dr R. Y. Hindman; Grace Southerland, Her-schBaker; Vic Hughes, Ray Mont gomery; Alice Walker, Alec Chewning; Lillie Judd, Reed Shelton; Ruth Summers, Horace Hamilton; Myrtle Myers, Fred Hill; Mary Cartwright, Jim Garnett; Mabel Jasper, Ray Conover; Mollie Flowers, Romie Judd; Ora Moss, Tom Judd; Katie Murrell, Oscar ice-srea- m Inevitable. D FUNcRAL SERVICES SY PEY. 8. HBWE2T4M. el The death of Miss Artelia Coffey, which occurred last Friday night, was not a surprise, as she wa3 known to be in a low state of health, a victim of pulmonary trouble. She was a 'daughter of Mr. J. W.Coffey, this place, and had she lived until September next, she would have been twenty-on- e years old. When quite a girl she embraced religion, united with the Baptist church, and lived a faithful memher until the end. She realized her condition, and waited patiently for the summons. She is survived by her father, several sisters and brothers, all of whom have the sympathy of this town. The funeral services were comlucted by her pastor, Rev. D. H. Howerton, and the interment was in the city cemetery. A great many friends attended and the flowers were manv and beauti- ful. Medical Program. The Adair County Medical will meet in Columbia on Friday, the 14th day of July, 1911, with the follow- Mc-Beat- h. PREACHING I NEXT SUNDAY. . i -- that W H. C. Sandidge, Greensburg. F. J Barger, Shiloh. Z T. Williams, Cane Valley. J. R. Crawford, Union. G. W. PangDurn, Pickett's Chapel. J. F. Black, Milltown. J. F Turner, West Fork. W J. Levi, Greasy Creek. B. M. Currie, Columbia. W. S Dudgeon, Lone Valley. J. F. Roach, Pierce's Chapel. L. F. Payne, Antioch. D. H. Howerton, Columbia. It A'i Address to Young Men. On the evening of July the 2nd, I desire to speak to young men. The service will be held on the lawn at W. L. Walker's residence. As a young man acquainted with the problems, perplexities and temptations of young men, fully in sympathy with their desires and in harmony with their every laudable ambition, I desire to press upon them the obligations of the gospel, and of the duty of the highest possible citizenship Every young man who does not go to another service in town that even- ing, is very cordially invited to be pres ent ai mese services, itememoer me -- V u 1a uuur : aeveu u .!-!- - suurp. T, c presuiuck. Cordially yours, ent on time. D. H. Howerton, Pastor Baptist Church. s, s, ' ing program: The beginnings of preventive medicine U. L. Taylor, Columbia, Ky. How shall we keep our children from dying? William Blair, Glensfork, Ky. He n 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, t olumbia. Ky. How long should we waic for our patrons to pay their bills?-- E. T. Sallee, Garlin Ky. Papers of their own selection by all the other members of the society Let all come up with a paper, or prepared '0 :alk on these 'subjects, and we will have an interesting, and profitable meeting. Don't forget the date. U. L. Taylor. Program Committee. s, s, of Result Second Examination. applicants for school certificates before the Board. First Jessie Taylor, Mary Garnett, Forty-fiv- e that John Jones. I Second Robert Williams, Roy Had-le- y, Clarence Strange. OIlie Pike, Allye Garnett, Bryce Walker, Bessie Epperson, Mary Smith, Ira Brockman, Robt. Bailey, V. G. Hovious, Hattie Williams, Luther Beli. Frank Taylor. First 3. Yates & Jessee struck a fine stream that at w, of water at one hundred and one and a Failures 17. half feet on the Graded School ground. This will prove valuable to the school. SALT FOR SALE. The Board of Trustees are not all deep water people but all believe in the purity of the fluid used. They have I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, no provided as pure supply of water which cost only 15 cents more than the for the school as earth affords. oi bushel barrel which you buy else33-where. Sam Lewis. 3t Second 14. Third 11. A Card. j I J 1 ! - beloved children who have passed on before. May you all unite around the Mont Kearns, who lives in the eastern great throne where their dying words portion, of the county, was before Judge said come, is my prayer and everlast- Moss, last Thursady forenoon, charged Belle Hughes. ing love. with disturbing lawful assemblies. There were four or five warrants, and We have made enquiry of persons when the cases were called he confessliving in different sections of the Com- - ed judgment in each ca3e. His fines amounted to ninety-fiv- e dollars and monweaitn in regaru id ine ixisn potato twenty days in jail. crop, and have not received a favorable answer. Tne crop is evidently a failure throughout the State. A great Arthur Hopkins was the first school many gardeners in this section have teacher in what is now Adair county. plowed up the first planting and have He taught at Casey's Stations, three replanted. miles east of Columbia and three miles west of Columbia. These schools were taught nine years before Adair county was formed, and when the territory For Sale. was thick with Indians. 1 Arrangements have been made by the Presiding Elder and Pastor here, to May God bless and reward every have Bishop J. H. McCoy here the 4th good friend who came to visit and care Sunday in July. Bishop McCoy is one for our daughter, Zilpah. Through her of the Bishops of the Methodist Episcoillness and death may their future pal Church South, and is said to be one pathway ever be bright by God's own among the greatest preachers of the light. So many seemed to love and South. He is also to preside over the cherish our child, may their homes be Conference this Fall, and make the in heaven. I am still thanking the assignment of the preachers for anothgood friends for what they did for my er year. j acres of land four or five acres of timber, being a part of the John L. Lapsley farm, lying on north side of Jamestown and Columbia road. About one and fourth miles west of Esto, Ky. Mrs. Emerine "Collins, 44 good 2831 Gould 32-6t Dallas, Tex, few- weeks. - St Jamestown has improved greatly in the last few years. A number of handsome residences have been erected on Columbia street and one or two others are now going up. The new, college is to be built on this street, and the brick will be burned in the next ,.- Wf: . . s x i .. r V4 11 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Barllesville, Okla, "Editor News: When I first arrived here in October 1908, I wrote my first impression of the country to the Itfews. I freely confess that I was somewhat "Flabergasted" 3ts aunt Samantha would say, with the bluster of a new coun try attended as it was with a newly developed oil and gas field, but I as freely confess that I am not so enthusiastic now, especially when it comes to conditions, and I think you will agree when I say that for a week now the heat has been tfrom 100 to 106 degrees, and this may be reasonably expected to continue 3 or 4 months. I am :also ferced to revise my first report as to the agricultural possibilities. I do not know however, that I should use the term .posibilites for as I said in my ."first report that the land was evidently rich, but for three years and a good start on the fourth, this part has been hit hard with drouth and hot winds. Yes you people in old Kentucky, yea old Adair, even of the flat woods this side of "Henegar Hill" or Burton ridge with your fertilizers, good tillage and plenty of rain, even if you do have too much occasionally, are infinitely better off than those on this 'black prairie with no rain and cli-vmat- your grunts, growls and groans, and keep an eye single to these M. F. D. mile stones. Ozark. COLUMBIA C, FOURTH JHE MLTARY Spy He Is an West- Monticello, - Bethesda Cha July 1. Monticello, Important Factor In the VIZ Alexander Modern Game of War. 7K IN. ic July 2- -3. The ball game played at this ;.WATCHES FOREIGN NATIONS. Jamestown, Rowena July 5. place last Saturday between RusRussell Springs, Russell1 Learns Their Secret Plans and Reports sell Springs and Ozark, was very Them to His Own Country If Caught close and exciting. The scores Springs July 89. He Is Repudiated by terminating in 8 to 9 in favor of Albany, Albany July 1516. and Suffers In Silepce.His Government the home team. Come again Clinton, Davis Chapel July 17. Once in awhile an army or navy offiPeytonsburg, Poplar Grove cer Is arrested for spying or attemptBurley, bring your team with ing to obtain military seciets from a July 20. you. foreign government. Practically every Bear creek, Rose of Sharon-J- uly government, including the United Miss Katherine Holladay, of REMEMBER THAT Vl vi vt 7TC In" 7K M NJ vi 'IN 7K NIX ?IN 7K The Adair County New IN VIZ IN 7K NJ -- -- .hot winds. Now we will move in off the farm and talk a little on city affairs, but before going further, as I was beseiged with enquiries from many people before, I will say that I would not advise any one to come here unless they have capital to invest in rented i property or manufactories. For both, this is a rich field. Residences rent for from $15 to $50 per month. There is no limit to the opportunities, and possibilities for manufacturing. With :gas (billions of cubic feet bottled up) at 3 cents a thousand. Crude oil at 40 to 50 cents a barrel, and the country underlaid with cement rock and other material, there is a wide, and profitable field. At present there is good demand for common labor. 'There is much paving being done. The old gas company is repiping and enlarging their mains, the same as to the water company. A new gas company has been .chartered, and they are piping the entire city. The latter company imported fifty Bulgarians t'lo work on the lines. The com-- ; pany was notified that they must deport them, being a little slow it was attended to for them at White men can rget plenty of work at $2 per day, but there is a controversy, the men demanding an 8 hour day . and the companies 9. There is much building being done, but there is a plentiful supply of skilled workmen, also of pen -- 2930. Kansas, who has been in school Burkesville, Allen's Chapel in Murfreesboro, Tenn., for some 30-few months is visiting in this July 31. Renox, Terrys Chapel Aug 1. neighborhood. Glensfork, Sparksville Aug 2. Miss Loretta Dunbar and Mal-li- e Thurlqw, Ladys Chapel Aug. Moss, of Columbia, are visit5- -6. ing Miss Alva Knight, of JamesCampbellsville Cir. , Souls town, this week They will be Chapel Aug 1011. accompanied home by Miss Greensburg, Quisenberry Knight. Aug. 1213. Wheat harvesting is the event Spurlington & Early Union of the day in this community Ridge Aug. 1920, with part of the farmers, the Campbellsville Sta. Aug. 20 other part are on their knees 21. waiting for it to rain. Mannsville, Mount Zion Aug. Come on boys don't listen to 26-- 27. the sweet stories that recruting Casey Creek, Christies Chap. officer told you, it is a joke. -- Aug. 2728. Hope he won't be in our midst Temple Hill Sept. 23. any more. West Tompkinsville Sept. 5 We are glad to know that Miss 6. Annie Reynolds is improving Tompkinsville Sept. 910. after having had the measles. Cane Valley Sept 13. Gradyville-Se- pt. L. R. Morris who has gone to 1617. Columbia & Tabor, Tabor Crossville, Tenn., arrived safely and reports that it is a fine place Sept. 2324. T. L. Hulse, P. E. for health seekers, thinks he will be improving soon. Absher. Mr. Cooms who has been liv ing in this community for a few Robert Sharp is quiet sick with typhoid fever. months, has bought a farm near Mr. E. S, Rice was in CampCane Valley, known as the Tom bellsville a few day:, ago. Corbin property. Miss Annie Robertson was the When shall we have another guest of Mrs. B. R. Bailey picnic at Youngs mill? The last one day last w eek. B. J. Pendleton visited at Mrs? about recoverhd after having Mattie Maratins last week. had the measles. Misses Ella and Sylvia Hum-phreFruit will not be very plentiful were the pleasant guest in this section, scarcely any of Misses Dillinghams' last Satplums, a very good crop of berurday and Sunday. one was fine indeed. Mr. Elza Bailey's family have Mr. B. F, Robertson and Mrs. ss ries. The social at Mr. Ray Williams It has been a very good time to was largely attended and enjoyplow corn, quite a few of our ed by all. farmers are plowing their corn Miss Winnie Weatherford the third time. spent one day last week at H. B. their expense. ipushers and counter jumpers. I want to say to my old friend, Dr. Jones, in regard to that poetic effort on himself and Bro. Hadley, that both he and the .good parson should have bethought themselves of the lesson of the "pot and the kettle." "The Doctor for. years, has been snaking strenuous efforts to keep outlofan imaginary "shadow" of the grave, while the preacher; has been equally as strenuous in tliis efforts to manufacture a shadow, while every indication points to both outstripping Dr. Toils in mile stones. Cheer up. good brethren, quit Robertson's. Several cattle belonging t o Wheat harvest is on, and the Mr. Edd Bryant were poisoned a boys report that it is very good. few days ago of which two have Butler Kelsey and Ethel Wells, died. Bradley Barnett and Icie P. Mr. R. A.Cooley and son Ray Blakey, got married since my and John Weatherford accom-- p last letter to the News. a nie d Mr. and Mrs. Tom Selby has been very sick, L C Weatherford home Sunday. but is better this week. Mr. J. D, Absher is able to be The country is full of measles. Willie Cook sold his horse to out a.Sain Several from this place attendEIroy Montgomery for $130. Mrs. Addie Helm and baby ed the singing at Bear Wallow were visiting at Bill Cooks last Sunday. Mr. Geo Bryant visited relaweek. Bob Aaron lost a good mare a tives on Casey Creek last Saturday. few days ago. Mr Ingram Robertson was i n Brothers Elace W i t h a m, county several days of last George Lacey and Stephen Coom- - Green R0WES X ROADS. "Mr Smith." said the secretary, "the codr imok at Bucharest has been lost. I believe it is about time for us to have a new code for our diplomatic correspondence." , Some months later the missing book was offered for sale to the Japanese ambassador at St Petersburg, who purchased It for a small sum and as an act of comity turned it over to the American ambassador there. A young man several years ago appeared at the American embassy in Berlin and offered to sell to the ambassador a copy of the state department's code book which he said he had He left several In his possession. specimen pages to prove that his book was genuine. A comparison with the week. embassy's code book proved that he er. erave vour scribe a nleasant had the real code, but where he had call during the District Confer- ' Wheat harvesting is in order obtained it was a mystery. The amnow. bassador knew that a new code was in ence at Russell Springs. and would course of preparation Miss Mary Martin is visiting 3hortly be distributed by the departThe neighbors gave Ed Selby a Mrs. Ben Robertson ment. The offer was politely declined birthday dinner the other day. her aunt on the ground that the embassy had a this week. code book of its own and did not need There were about 40 there. another. New York Sun. Cooley last States, has a law whicL makes this a crime. Usually there is more or less secrecy about the officer's arrest and trial. His government repudiates his r IN activity, and if he is sentenced to a y term of imprisonment he receives no IN K support or aid from his government. Although they will not officially admit it, practically every government has a secret service of army and navy TN officers whose only duty is to travel in foreign countries to gather informa- ?K tion which might be useful in time of M war. Because of the shortage of officers the United States has only engaged in this practice in time of actual hostilities. IN Military espionage Is, of course, a V delicate subject, and It would be a 7K j gross violation of International proIN priety for any government to admit ?i that it had secret agents spying on its neighbors. However, it is a well known fact that this system exists. In 1907 an American ambassador at a foreign capital reported to the state department that an army officer of the country to which he was accredited had been detailed to visit the American countries secretly to ascertain the strength of their forces. His mission was thwarted, however, by the Information furnished by the ambassador. The military authorities of every first class power are constantly preparing for war. Naturally they are anxious to know what their neighbors are accomplishing in military science. Here develops the function of the modern military spy. Fiction writers clothe the spy with a veil of mystery and a supernatural cleverness which enables him to get out of all dangerous pitfalls into which he falls. But the real flesh and blood spy is a different person. In these days of modern and scientific warfare the spy has become a technical expert who must be thoroughly versed In every branch of his art He must be tactful and above all close mouthed. The procedure in sending out n spy is something like this: If the German government wishes information which it cannot get in the regular channels of information some officer is sent for. He is summoned to the war office to receive his instructions. In the case of t 7; confidential work abroad he receives lid oral orders, so that he will not have ( any documentary evidence on his per- - in son to disclose his Identity in case he tk ppfs - - rrnnlilp. TTnvincr rocplvpd his Nfc into .. c o"N Instructions he starts out, sometimes NL so secretly that even his family do not 'P. M know where he Is going. Usually he 7K speaks the language of the country to vIN which he is bound. His real identity ' for the time being is forgotten, and he 7itravels under an assumed name. If IN uses a disguise to cover VIZ necessary-h-e IN his movements. If he is a good spy he NJ IN returns with the desired information, and no questions in regard to the methods he employed are asked. 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AN ELUSIVE BONE. , Their Importance Is Much Greater "Old Hickory's" Caustic Advice to Luz Is Said to Be Indestructible, but It Is Hard to' Locate. Than Their Number. James Buchanan. Much scholarship and anatomical Among the players we do not use the Stories of Andrew Jackson are likely "word "signal." With us it is a "sign." to be pointed and to have a practical knowledge have been employed from One of the Legacies of the French There are not as many "signs" used on application, as do the stories told of time to time in efforts to identify the Revolution. a hall club as the public would believe. Franklin. In Mr. J. W. Forney's "An- bone luz. said by ancient Hebrew Of course the catcher must "sign" the ecdotes of Public Men" there is given writers to be the nucleus from which ' that he throws. a story as it was told by James the body is reconstructed at the resur- FATE OF THE YOUNG DAUPHIN pitcher for ever; That Is to prevej jslon or. as we Buchanan at his own table. Although rection. There are many marvelous say, to keep !, crossing each it contained a reproof from the presi- stories of the indestructibility of luz. other." The can a sign for a dent to one who was to succeed him. and the bone has been located by rival Whether the Son of Louis XVI. and the curve ball, a fast ball arid a slow one. Marie Antoinette Was Murdered or it is said to have been a favorite story claimants to partshonor of discovering of the human skeleit in various To ball players all curve balls, such at that board. Died or Was Spirited Away Is an Shortly after Mr. Buchanan's return ton. is the drop and the outcurve, are callEnigma Without a Solution. The most caretul searching of the last ed "a curve." .The catcher gives the from Russia in 1S34. to the court of Every healthy minded man or wom same sign for any one of them. We which country he had been sent by published and amplest treatise ou ostedo not call a ball that jumps "in" a Jackson in 1S32. and immediately fol- ology will not result in the discovery an loves a mystery, and. 'fortunately j curve. Ball players do not recognize lowing his election to the senate lie of the bone called luz. It will be nec- xui iub wunu, msiory nas provided the incurve. That is called a fast .ball. called upon "Old Hickory" with a fair essary to go to the Frankfort edition one or two problems which have been Any ball thrown by a right handed English lady whom he desired to pre- of the "Theatrum Auatomicum" of worn threadbare without revealing pitcher with sufficient speed will jump sent to the head of the American na- Caspar Bauhinus (1G21) for a descrip- their secrets. Among these is the fate tion: "It is stated by Hebrew writers of the son of Louis XVI. Inward to a slight degree. The out- tion. destroy- and Marie Antoinette, curve and drop are unnatural curves, which Mme. Leaving her in the reception room to be a bone which cannot be element, Louise Latour recently dealt with in and the ball must be spun in an un- downstairs, he ascended to the presi- ed by fire, water or any otherany force. a lecture in London. bruised by natural manner to get that peculiar dent's private quarters, where he nor be broken or spine trotn the eight- - j A child judicially murdered or else Its site is in the "break." found General Jackson unshaved. unspirited away, another substituted for The only other "sign" of importance kempt, in his dressing gown, with his eenth vertebra to the teuiur. "We is the one the batter gives to the run- slippered feet ou the fender, before a once read that the Emperor Hadrian him to die and to be buried under a asked Rabbi Joshua, the son false name, the people who reported of j ner when he intends lo hit the ball. If .blazing wood fire, smoking a corncob of Chanm. how God would resurrect these things silenced or poisoned, the he wants the runner to start as he pipe of the old southern pattern. man in the world to come. He made swings (the hit and run play) he gives He stated his object, and General answer. "From the bone luz in the norinl nr aranfc inm.-t- unftiriln aaaa the story sounds incredible, but it him a certain sign. There are any Jackson said that he would be very spinal column." When Hadrian asked number of signs used for this play. glad to meet the lady whom Mr him how he came by this knowledge rests on a basis of established fact The dauphin, a delicate child of nine, Sometimes the batter gives it by rubBuchanan desired to present. and how he could prove it the Rabbi j bing his hand over the small end of Mr. Buchanan was always careful of Joshua produced the hone so that the was removed from his mother and the bat. Again, he may give it by his personal appearance and in some emperor could ee it. When placed in friends and given to the care of Simon, knocking the dust from his shoes with respects was a sort of masculine Miss the wife. water it could not be softened; it was After brutal allsavetier, and his except this remains obscure the big end of the bat John J. to spotless cravats not destroyed by lire, uor could Fribbe. addicted be' it in Metropolitan Magazine. and huge collars, rather proud of a ground by any weight: when placed on that while the boy was in their care foot small for a man of his large stat- an anvil and struck with a hammer the Simons rave un their nost in it ure and to the last of his life what the the anvil was broken in sunder, but self rather strange, as it was a lucra- - j EAST INDIAN RUNNERS. . ladies would call "a very good figure." the bone remained intact." Hieronymus tlT--. w Ana .luu nn mt rlrT- - nf fVirt nhnnivn ' vrui. nnrl su UUJ V. LUC l.UUUgi; to Magius represents that, according to of residence the substitution is supHaving just returned from a visit Kahars Who Can Regularly Make a the fashionable circles of the conti the Talmudists, the real bone is near posed to have taken place. In the even Hundred Miles a Day. ing a child In bed was shown to the I Ordinary Marathon races seem rath- nen't after years of thorough inter the base of the skull, whether it be in emissaries of the er Insignificant compared with the course with the etiquette of one ofwas the base itself or In the spine. Vesalius next morning the convention, and tothe he was removed a stateliest courts In Europe, he writes that this ossicle is described by regular performances of a certain east somewhat shocked at the idea of the the Arabs as resembling a chick pea in smaller room with the door nailed up. Indian caste. These Kahars, also president meeting the eminent English size and shape, and Cornelius Agrippa the only air coming in by the grille known as ."Ihinwarb, live in the Punlady in such a guise and ventured to describes it as "magnitudine ciceris through which his food was passed. jab, where for centuries they have So he remained until he became so ill did not intend if General acted as runners, fishermen and water ask change his Jackson Thereupon the mundati" (the size of a shelled pea). that Dr. Dessault. who had often been to attire. Different anatomists have held it fowl catchers. rose, with his long pipe in variously to be the sacrum, the coccyx, to Versailles in the old days, was sumThe men are trained runners and are old warrior hand. and. deliberately knocking the twelfth dorsal vertebra, one of the moned to attend him and was amazed said to be able to go a hundred miles a his ashes out of the bowl, said to his Wormian bones in the skull and one to find a scrofulous and dying boy. the day without resting. According to "Ce n'est pas le petit dauphin!" friend: of the sesamoids of the great toe. Baily's Magazine, there is a well au("That Is not the little Dauphin!") he "Buchanan. I want to give you a lit- London Lancet. thenticated Instance that Tika Ram. blurted out imprudently, and a day or hope you the son of Lalu Ram, carried dis- tle piece of advice, which a I man once two later he died by poison. I knew patches 300 miles in three days from will remember. LIFE OF THE WORLD. Other doctors were brought who a fortunp by attending to who made ilean-MI- r to Meerut. were unacquainted with the royal chilhis own business. Tell the lady I will The point discussed, however, is Traditions That It Will Last Only Six dren, and the child died and was burwhether the normal exertions of the see her presently." Thousand Years. ied in his assumed character. He is in The man Kahar post runners and the similar ex- 1857 was who became president reThere is a general and widespread generally, supposed to have been a lad fond of saying that this ertions of jinrlkisba men shortened mark of Andrew Jackson humiliatpd notion, which the curious investigator called Gombeau, and his mother was their lives, and it appears that the Kawill find scattered throughout both actually seen by people in America, hars, trained from childhood to be dis- him more than any other rebuke he medieval and modern literature, that where she admitted the wickedness of tance runners, live to be old men. They had ever received. He walked downstairs to meet the the world will last 0,000 years from having sold her dying son when she are not only able to withstand the the date of its creation. An inscrip- was in a condition of extreme poverty. etrain of running great distances un- lady in his charge, and in a very short tion In one of Martin Luther's books La femme Simon talked, but her time President Jackson entered the der a heavy load, but thrive under it. room, dressed in a full suit of black, reads as follows: "Elijah, the prophet, words were discredited by the authoriman, too, notwithThe jinrikisna said that the world had existed 2.000 ties, who declared she was standing his irregular diet, excessive cleanly shaved, with his stubborn years before the law was given (from and garrulous. Nevertheless, drunken on her use of liquor and exposure to the ele- white hair forced back from his fore- Adam to Moses), would exist 2.000 deathbed she confessed to a priest and head, and, advancing to the beautiful ments, lives to a reasonable age. In years under the Mosaic law (from a nurse that a substitute had been put Tokyo when a census was taken of the visitor, he greeted her with almost Moses to Christ) and 2,000 years under in the dauphin's place. jinrikisna men a few years ago there kingly grace. dispensation, and then it Such are the historical facts as reAs she left the White House she said the Christian were found to be more than 1,300 who lated by Mme. Latour. and to account to her escort. "Your republican presi- would be burned." years of age. were over fifty-fiv- e creaIn the Etrurian account dent is the royal model of a gentle- tion (by Suidas) there Is a of the tra- for them two theories have been de similar duced, says a writer in the London man." Sailing Is So Interesting. dition. "The Creator spent 6.000 years Times. The first, in which Mme. LaThe lady was reading a nautical in creation, and 6,000 more are allotted tour believes, was that the dauphin Napoleon's Tribute to Frederick. novel. She struggled along bravely for was judicially murdered by Simon in When, after the battle of Jena. Na- to the earth." a few minutes, but finally had to In the black letter edition of Foxe's the temple and the dying Gombeau ' poleon invaded Prussia he visited to her husband. "Acts and Monuments" (1632) there put in his place to hide the crime from ' "Gerald," she said, "the author says Potsdam, which contains the mortal is a whole sermon given with the the world. Of the second, ' The remains that the boat was sailing 'wing and sepulcher of the Prussian kings. occu- 6,000 year limit of the earth's duration child escaped alive from histhat the prison. of Frederick the Great wing.' What does that mean? I've pied a prominent site in the mauso- as a text been on a yacht, but I never heard that Some writers contend that the "six Some of them describe the course of leum. When entering the latter Nabefore." poleon uncovered his head and went days" referred to In Holy Writ really events thus: Gombeau was brought "That means," answered Gerald, remean 6,000 years and that the "sev- into the temple on the day of the de- joicing in the fact that he. too, had directly up to the sarcophagus of the enth day" is a type of the coming mil- menagement in a large cardboard spent several hours on a sailing ves noted warrior. For a moment the lennium, or "Sabbath of a thousand horse given ostensibly as a souvenir to ' conqueror stood still, seemingly absel "that means that the schooner had years." The psalmist says, "For- a her malns'l out to port and her fores'l sorbed in deep thought Then with thousand years are in thy sight as yes- mon, while the dauphin was carried the forefinger of his right hand he out to starboard, or vice versa." wote the word "Napoleon" in the dust terday" (Psalm xc, 4. See also II Peter out by the woman in' a big basket of "Oh, I see!" cried the lady. It's just iil. S). dirty linen. Others declare that the like a chicken a wing on each side. of the huge stone casket and. turning prince was actually kept hidden in a to his marshals, said: And now I understand why they call Chinese Nomads. garret in the temple until the substi"Gentlemen, if he were living I would those little sails in the middle 'jibs.' In the plains on the western borders tute died, more than a year later, not be here." It's short for 'giblets,' of course. Isn't of the Chinese empire, in the heart of when he was taken out in a coffin with Bailing interesting?" Cleveland Plain Asia, there live roaming tribes who sel- a false bottom, the body of Gombeau A Joke That Failed. Dealer. dom visit towns except for trade. They being buried in the moat Once when Henrik Ibsen was endwell in tents made of felt and usually This theory has had two startling gaged in writing a play he by chance low, small and conical. The wooden Ancient Architecture. A small coffin filled confirmations. dropped a scrap of paper on which door Herr Knauth, th. architect in charge frame is no higher than half a with paper and stones was actually were the words, "the doctor says." of the Cathedral of Strassburg, has window frame in English bouses, but found in the cemetery of La Madeleine, Mrs. Ibsen determined to have a shown that the principles of constructhe tent, although not equal to the and General d'Andigne. imprisoned in tion followed by the great cathedral joke and one day casually remarked: wants of a large family. Is snug and the temple In 1801 and allowed to rebuilders of former times are Identical "WTho is that doctor in your new play? i comfortable in summer, but cold in lieve the tedium of his confinement by "with those used by the builders of the I suppose he'll say some interesting winter. London Graphic. gardening, was digging In the moat Egyptian pyramids and are based on things?" when he found the uncoffined skeleton Ibsen at first was silent with astontrlangulatlon. The same simple geoA Change of Venue. of a child. ishment Then he broke out into a fit metrical figure underlies all these con"I never was so surprised in my life But. as Mme. Latour asked, if the structions. More than this, Herr of rage, full of reproaches for her spy- as when I heard that County Treasurer dauphin escaped alive into the world, ing. ivnijth traces the architectural prinBilkes had absconded with $30,000 of where did he go? No fewer than ciple in the formation of crystals and the county money," said Blithers, thirty pretenders, one a negro, at difTenuity. lays down this formula: "The laws of , The convivial boarder as he sat "When he was nominated it struck ferent times have declared themselves proportion In mediaeval architecture me it was a perfect case of the office the son of Louis XVI. and Marie Anare the geometrical laws of crystalli- down explained that if anybody pres- seeking the man." toinette. The two who attracted most ent noticed an odor of cloves it was zation." "It is yet," said Dobbleigh. "only this disciples were the Due de Richemdnt due to his having been trying to relieve time it's the district attorney's office and "Naundorc." With regard to the a toothache. Cause of tho Delay. that's seeking him." Harper's Weekly. latter, it was against him that he did "Among the permissible synonyms "Why is your friend staying so long not come forward until he was thirty for 'thin.'" observed the taciturn In New York?" years of age and he could not speak Flattery. boarder, breaking the long silence that "I don't know haven't heard which followed, "How does that stupid fellow hap- a word of French. Mme. Latour added "are 'gauzy.' 'diaphanous,' of the two reasons is keeping him." 'exiguous' and 'anguilliform.' Mrs. pen to make such a hit with the girls? that he married a middle class wife "Which of the two?' and was an excellent watchmaker, conIrons, where are the pickles?" Chi- Why, be looks like an ape." "Yes, whether he is having too good "That's just it Notice how long his sequently unlike what the heir of a roycago Tribune. a tlnc to come way or has spent all arms are? Well, he makes each girl al line ought to be. Obviously the speakbis roney and can't get away." Bufthink that her waist Is about three er had forgotten Louis Seize and his Different Ivories. falo Express. sizes smaller than it really is." Cleve- passion for making and mending locks. "Let's go down and have a game of 1 I nine-year-ol- A ROYAL MYSTERY gitiiuuiuiiUiiiuutiitiuuiuaitiitiitiitiaiitiuiitiiiiitiiiiiu 1 Money is Tight I And we all must economize by buying where we can get the lowest PRICES an any and Everything. WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KY. d I The Great Green River Merchandise j ! Distributor Offers pure Hog Lard 50 lb Tins at $5.50 " Hogless Lard 50 lb Tins $4.49 Highest Grade Fancy Patent Flour 65c 241bs . I bag " Second Patent Flour, I i Mc-Gra- w $5.00 per Bbl. 55c 241bs bag $4.49 per Bbl. n Lard anp Flour bothe Guaranteed to give satisfaction. If not exactly as represented, we invite you to return. No charge for what it takes to try. Wire and Wire Fence 9 bars 38 in. 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Absher, and wife, conversation. j , were visiting the formers brother and sister at this place SaturMr. Charlie Sanders xl Joppar day night and Sunday. Born, to the wife of W. F. was at this place last Saturday-lookinafter his school. Feese, the 1st of June a boy. A good shower fell here SunWins fight For Life. day night which was badly neei-eIt was a long and bloody battle for d. Mr. George Staples of Columbia was in our midst one day last; week. "One thing about Jinx, he never comes inrc one's office without knocking." "Another thing about Jinx is that he never goes anywhere without knocking." Houston Post Self. A Chronic. billiards." "Excuse me. but I'm a greenhorn at billiards." "Greenhorn? I am surprised, sir. Why, you told me you were at home with the ivories." "So I am, sir. I am a dentist" Milwaukee Sentinel. land Plain Dealer. One Comfort. perfect understanding of self is a "Nothing is so bad that it couldn't be perfect understanding of all things, for man is the condensed whole. worse," quoted the wise guy. "Yes," agreed the simple' mug, "we From such a man no power is withheld. All things are obedient to him. can't suffer from insomnia and nightmare at the same time." Philadelphia Freedom. Record. v . Life, upon the whole, Is far more pleasurable than painful; otherwise we weuld not feel pain so impatiently when it comes. Leigh Hunt Life is a campaign, not' a battle, and has its defeats as well as its victories. Don Piatt has!J Real Experience. "Friend," began the strolling philosDrawing a Conclusion. "And on what do you base your con- opher, "do you know anything about the pursuit of happiness?' clusions that she is not a lady?' "Ought to." chuckled the rural con"Upon what I overheard her say be the case the guilty party when she heard that another lady had stable as he filled his mouth with to- that said she was no lady." Houston Post bacco. "Calculate I have chased more if they can be aprehended should eloping couples than any man in this be punished to the full extent of section." Chicago News. Fought For Peace. the laws. Doctor Did that medicine I gave you agree with your stomach? PaFirst of the Season. Died at his home near Watson, Seedy Visitor Do you have many tientYes, finally, but it raised an awwrecks about here, boatman? Boa- June 13th, Mr. James Humphress, ful row before it came to terms. tmanNot very many, sir. You're the first I've seen this season. London who had been in bad health for In Tune. "What a rasping voice that lawyer Telegraph. some time. The life that was waged by James B, Mer-sh- on Mr. W. E. Bryant lost several of Newark N. J., of which h e ' writes. " I had lost much blood from head of cattle and became suspicious and called Dr. Holt in the lung hemorrhages and was very weak case, and he reported them and run down. For eight months I was unable t o work. Death semed J poisoned on rough on rats. If close on my heels when j began tiratr.' weeks ago to use Dr. King's New Discovery. But it has- helped .'me greatly.. It is doing all that you claim." weak, son lungs obstinate cough stubborn cold3 hoarsness la gripp asthma - r- - Tor or any throat or lung trouble its supreme. 50c & $1.00. Trial bottle hay-fev- er "No wonder. He's filing charges." Baltimore American. A lie which is part a truth is a bard matter to fight. Tennyson. Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co., funeral was held in Carmel church by Revs. Town taxes are now due call and setGeo. Coffey, Collector Dudgeon and Rice, and the body tle at once.. free. TEE ADAIR COUNTS KIWS THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS SATURDAY'S PRIMARY. f . The Democratic contest for nominations closes next Saturday is our last issue before that event, and since ihe Adair County NewsCompany. and since this News has been misunderstood by some of its friends in regard to ( incorporates.) the contest for the head of the ticket, we feel that it is not only a EDITOR. privilege but a duty to set at rest any suspicions that we have playCHAS. S. HARRIS ed into the hands of either of the worthy aspirants for that high devoted to the inDemocratic kept in the middle of the road and terest of the City of Columbia and the people position. In fact The News has ft Adair and adjacent counties. has not cast a stone in the path of either or in any contest, save a candidate. While our judgment as sec- that in which Mr. Garnett is Entered at the Columbia ond class mailtmatter. leads to the belief that Senator McCreary is the man to nominate, that he would make a much stronger race next fall and give this 28. 1911, WED. state that service it needs, yet not one line has been directed to Easy Running that end and even now all we have to say is not meant as an ap-WALTER SINCLAIR NOMINATED. f rumnrrarc tn mllv to his snnnort. His faithful services to Long Life ' well known for a re- this State in various public capacities are too Best Material A Republicanldeligated conven-- , L Ris untarnished reputation, clean political character and m Air Seasoned for 3 years tion was held at the court house impartial faithfulness to public duties are likewise known and it last Monday afternoon to nomi-- 1 can gafey be predicted that he wm not deviate from the path of Well Painted nate a candidate t o represent rectitude in the f uture. We take n0 stock in the methods used by Perfectly Proportioned ,. Adair and Cumberland in accusation that he was ftnnonent,a SUDDOrters and their ww... -- .. , . . rr P?prVhnm.. r i, AH of these Good Points and more are mere were next legislature, mi 1v.roi fr. nmr in his contest betore tne legislature ior five candidates before the con- found in the United States Senator. The cry of old age and disloyalty is too far vention, and after a number of ... ta lia or to cause a ripple of doubt as to his ballots had been taken Mr. to wmnextNoVember and to give the State that wise and ter binciair, oi tne renyton pre- - faithf uJ gervice ag n the past Qo Beckhara has never accused cmct, tnis county, was nominat- Let us Explain Qf treachery of disloyalty or of being too old for the discharge conea. Mr. Sinclair was tne him his suDrort. A f ui; nMoc Vmf nn tViP pnntrflrv is Our Liberal Guarantee ' tending man at the start, but soldier in war and a warrier in time of peace,in theinterest of hon a few ballots, he dropped after est and clean government, here is not yet a dark spot on his re-- 1 seemed to be out and the race cord. ' betweenEMr.Neat and Mr. Hovi-ou- s, Of his opponent, Mr. Addams, we know les, but feel safe asthere was a tie vote be- in saying that he too is capable of good service and if nominated tween these two for several suc"Ask the man who owns one" we will as cheerfully assist in his winning as any man who is now Finally the cessive ballots. fighting his battles. In his case as in Senator McGreary.we de.est convention got tied, and Mr. any effort on the part of his opposers to place him in bad light be-- ! Sinclair again showed his colors fore his party. Whether he was disloyal or failed to support Mr. and was nonminated. ' Bryan and Governor Goebel in their campaigns is unknown to us He isfajmanwith an excellent and would not, if known to be a fact, heat our blood or arouse a repretation, sober'fand Resolutions. desire to do him an injustice. The effort on the part of the Anti ous, and should he be elected ' Saloon League to connect him with the whisky interests, likewise Whereas, it has been the good pleaswill make acreditable represena-tive- . cuts no figure with us for the League was misguided and in error ure of our Heaveny Father to remove WATCH MAKER and JEWELER The Convention was the past and let him who would from us one of our girls, and made a four years ago. Let the past be the most repesentative'of good citiour classes, brought vacancy in pull the political mote out of a candidate's eye, first pluck the beam sorrow intoone of home of one of our the zenship in that partyfcver assemcommend-qW- o My Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction out of his own peepers. So far The News has published church members; bled in the court house. E' Dr. L.C only as it would have done for Sena- - Therefore, Be it resolved by the Sun Mr. Addams ...w.. lW.w TnnHnn of Office in day School of the Columbia Baptist Nell. Gradyville, was the Chair-MnP.roarv Vinrl he or his committee deemed it advisable to ex- - Church, that in the death of Miss Clara man and Mr.CJ. C. Strange, this j . .. , . . J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store. o Wnra fh( rpnnvrs 0f this rmblication at our reeni- - Ann Wilson, we are sorely bereft, but -- w.w v..w ytJJlUlw mo vn.u.wo place, was secretarv. heaven is richer thereby, and we have lar advertising rates, Without charge or price we have persistent BY THE Published Every Wednesday - A Combination new-pap- er ! Tost-offi- bood Pom ce IS JOE. oi ! '; j ! the. m . i .n, COLUMBUS WAGON -- j i Reed Hardware Co. I j mmmmmmmmmmmm mm mmmmmmmmmmm S. N. HANCOCK OPTICIAN I j 4- - . wj-w- i- - Every Democratlin this county ly, and we think, consistently, endeavored to advance the interest in his ambition to should bekt the polls next Sat- - of our townsman and personal friend Mr. Garnett. only men-marurday and'vote in thelState pri-- ! become Attorney General, and while the foregoing is our we feel that no We take it that the party tion of the leading figures in the primary contest oeen taKen. is unanimouslyftin favor of the breech of faith or misguided step or aiscression nas do is to vote nomination of Mr. Garnett for All we have to say, all we can hope for Democrats to being of Attorney General, and we appeal as thev deem best for the good of the party and the well ,111 j i r..i ii t ir- n vote, even if the State next saturaay,ana in so uoing we ee. timu mt.uaiueu. wi to his friends'Ito iventucKy they do have to sacrifice a little receive the strongest endorsement that bout A part of the State as to time. It is a mistaken idea to ever gave any man. There is no devision in this scarcely a doubt as to .conclude that your vote will not the nominee for Attorney General, tljere is of a full vote on his be- be needed. At this distance we Mr. Garnett's winning,but the moral worth u .u nnn no)-- , hp r.ver estimated. Some of our adjoining counties .u. i. tv. u: r call liUL ucii wiJttt biieiigui ilia iioif - "- give him a stronger vote than our own, a spirit and mea-theopponent may develop, and as seek to every are one hundred and nine-- 1 sure of enthusiasm we heartily appreciate and trust that to a vote teen counties in the State, it is! county will be likewise enthused.but if every one entitled very necessary for the counties in the primary in this county will come out and vote we will not be throughout this section of the left behind. Whether for McCreary or Addams remember tne day, voting place and Commonwealth to vote solidly next Saturday, is the time for you to go to your for Garnett. Again we urge the help Mr. Garnett win over his worthy opponent Mr. Pollard, of the Democrats to come out next Sat- city of Lexington. It is a busy time in the fields but a few hours next Saturday lost urday. from .the farms will do no harm. Call the attention to every legal Senator Thos. H. Paynter has voter in the primary of the importance of voting next Saturday with drawn from the race ior and regardless of who compose the ticket you may safely say that the Democratic nomination for we have a good one and in the entire list none better suited to the United States Senator, In his position sought or capable of a more able discharge of its duties published card he gives as his than the Eleventh District man.offered by South Central Kentucky, reason for his action the condi- Mr. James Garnett of Columbia. tion of the situation in Louisville. Fork. The first lot is bounded as folAdditional Locals. He had hopes ofecarrying the city beginning at a stoney corlows, ner to P. C. Watson, on county road, of Louisville until a few days thence with Watson's line N W 66 y. j i I there another beckoning hand calling us to a nobler and purer life, and to rest with her bye and bye. The memory of her noble Christian character and Godly example arises as sweet incense and snuii ever ue u. pies tu eacu ineiuuei ui bUU OV.UUU1 Advertisement VOTE FOR aiJU 1.1IU1I.U XU1 illUi UwVw . . 4- tion to the Master whom she loved to serve, Mrs. Mary Biggs, Miss Lillie Judd, Mrs. Howerton. Committee. WILLIAM ADDAMS FOR Gof Bros will run a hack to the Fair Grounds the Fourth of July. Privileges for Sale. GOVERNOR Democratic Primary, Saturday re j The privileges of the Russell Springs i I, 1911. Fair will be sold to the highest bidder on Saturday July 1, 1911, at 2 o'clock p. m., in Russell Springs. The authorWork Will Soon Starf. IRON FENCE CHEAPER THAN WOOEF ities reserve the right to accept or reyou take Dr. King's New Life ject any or all bids that may be received. af ten Pills and you'll quickly enjoy their hne Fair begins August 8, 4 days. results. Constipation and indigestion J. P. Clayton, Sec4ty. vanish and fine appetite returns. Thsy bowels and Jliim The Epworth Leaguers will give a regulate stomach liver andenergy " I. ggifcr tothe impart new strength and social next Thursday night in whole system. Tro them. Only 2oc ai public the yard at the Methodist church. The Paull Drug Co. public in general, is cordially invited MANUFACTURED BY to attend. There will be refreshments The ballots for the State Pemocrati: The Stewart Iron Works Company served. primary have arrived, and the County CINCINNATI, OHIU ready Chairman, Mr. J. W. Flowers, i TOT..,i Tonnn TPCPlVPll the Hichest Rev. B. M. Currie will preach at to deliver to the officers of their r .. 11V . I. ""WJV a Award, "Gold iiicaai," vnoiiu- Disappointment schoolhouse next Sun- spective precincts. Fair, St. .Louis, iwh. day afternoon, at 3 o'clock. The most economical fence you can irtr Tr?f 1p than arpsnectable wood fence. "Why not replace your old one - Pay Your Taxes. now, witn aneat, auracuve iiiu.i x tx. July Jil-,Vh- We Sell Iron Fence - I -- gjgiifSii ONE to-wit- ," I am now ready to receive county and State tax. My office is in. the court house and I want to write receipts as A1 A T.IFETIME." .MMlfmoArTwin T.tipa. Iran Vlftwtr T u Yase, Settees, XjOW ago. It is believed that Mayor Commissioner's Sale. feet to a stone, Head's card, annonncing that he would support Mr. James, brought .Mr. Paynter's withdrawal. Mr. Pavnter's fee of $2,000 cannot be withdrawn and his name will be upon the ballot, but he, asks liis friends'not to support him. We have every assurance that the Democrats in all the adjoin ing counties, to Adair are solidly for Mr. Garnett for Attorney General. The primary will be pulled off next Saturday. Sale. ;.tra nice organ for sale cheap? Minnie Kemp. ;ran for ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY Valley, Plff. Varmers Bank Cane vs t tr "MmitoII x.f Dfifendent. w 1,AUV By virtue of a Judgment ana uraer of sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the May Term, thereof, 1911, in the above cause, for the sum of four dollars and hundred and seventy-seve- n interest at the rate 52 cents, with the of six per cent, per annum from the oond dav of Mav 1911. until paid, ana $36.25 costs herein, 1 shall proceed to door in offer for sale at the Gourt-hous- e bidder, at pubColumbia to the highest lic Auction, on Monday the 3rd day of July 1911, at one o,clock p. m., or therabout (being County court) upon a credit of six months the following deTwo certain scribed property, in the village of Cane Valley Adair lots county, Ky., on the waters of Caney Jwi i to-w- it: thence N E. 56 feet to a corner in A. H. Judd's line and corner to P. V. Cun-dif- f, There will be a meetting of the CemCundiff's line S E 66 etery association next Saturday, at the thence with feet to the road, thence S W with the Hancock Hotel at four o'clock. Let road 56 feet to the beginning. The every member be in attendance, second lot contains one forth of an acre Loean Blair, cnarged with being im more or less, this being tne same Jot plicated in the killing of Tayler Suthconveyed by F. W. Rice and wife to P. acquitted in Russell counV. Cundiff and recorded in deed Book erland, was week. ty, last 22 page 204, said lots are fully described in the Judgment and order of sale to All persons who aae owing me for which reference is made for a more millinery, are urged to pay at once. ;-1 need the Money. particular description. , Or sufficient thereof to produce the Mrs. G.vW. Staples. sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser Mr. W. T. McFarland is raising his approved surety or securities, residence another story which will add with must execute Bond, bearing legal in- greatly to the appearance of his home. terest from day of sale until paid, and Horace Walker has opened a tin shop having the force and effect of a Judg on Burkesville street and is prepared to ment. Bidders will be prepared to do roofing, guttering, or any other tin comptly with tl ese terms. 32 3t work. He solicits bbsiness, "W. A. Coffey Master Commission er A. H Judds line, fast as possible. 33-2t 4 A. D. Patteson, S. A. C. iR0P down the throat of a "capey" chicken destroys the worms and saves the chick's life. A few drops in the drinkine water . . win urpnso rncel AM) SEE TS. iuu, CALL eta, shown in oar catalogues. S. P Eubank Columbia, tty. Vester. Miss Mattie Thomas," of near CURES and PREVENTS GAPES Campbellsville, and Misses Hat- wj&Br&dit wnue tuaiTuucu, tuuy, ...... tie and Gracie Conover, were the and other chick diseases. pleasant guests of Mrs. Kate Sufc One 50c Bottle of BourbonPoultryCure ton, last Tuesday afternoon. Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle ol this medicine on hand. Write for free sample and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY, LeitaglOB. Ky. T. A. SMITH DENTIST. sineins: at Bear Wallow,, last Sunday, was largely attended. All had an enjoyable time, good singing and good or The all day der. Miss Mildred Burton is eryl low. and is not exnectsd to re cover. COLUMBIA, KY. orvtpa tit nunu vruzta I - JJt. e "4 THE ADAIE COUNTY NEWS 4a S?" lllC ?yyiiC iI.: sAI The County Fairs Are Approaching And The Young People . W pS Want To Attend in Style . and in order to so do, they are getting prices from The Buchanan Lyon Co. On their Fancy Buggies and their Finest Harness. 3& A in Central Kentucky, and the Greatest Variety. ber the place, The largest stock to select from The prices being Corect. Remem- W 0k 0& BUCHANAN LYON CO. INCORPORATED Campbells ville, Ky qitji rv PERSONAL Mr. R. F. Ro'we --- w J Wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww w '' -" j 5 "" if J&JJ&j; . G. P. SMYTHE for FIRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE A Amandaville, was It 'Jv here Friday. Mr. S. D. Barbee was in Louisville last Saturday. Miss Mary Miller visited at James town last week. Mr. L. B.Smith, Campbellsvillle.was K lin Hurt, Chis, bar, attended the Russell here a few days ago. circuit court last week. Mr. J. F. Cabell was here, from Master Lisle Baker, ' Monticello, is Miami, last Friday. ..:.u;t, Vi?c ornnrl father Judee H C. ' Prof. A. H. Ballard has been quite Baker, his uncle and aunts. sick for the past ten days. Mr. R. J. Dohoney, of Elida, New Mr.' Frank ITulse put in several days Mexico, is here, spending a few weeks at Jamestown last week. with his many friends. Miss Mamie Smith will begin teachMr. Geo. R.Holt, Campbellsville, Sining at Purdy next Monday, ger Sewing Machine Manager, was Mr. H- - N. Miller was on the sick here a day or two last week. list the first of the week. Mrs. Ida Estes and her son, Grove, returned from the were visiting Mrs. U. L. Taylor ard "Mr. Frank Sinclair Cincinnati market last Friday. Mrs. Robt. Reed, last week. n Dr. J. H.Grady visited in Portland and Mr. J . Q. Alexander, the several other points last week. wholesale dry goods salesman, was in part of last week. Judge T. A. Murrell spent severa Columbia the latter days of last week in Russell county. Miss Mollie Flowers, of Gradyville," Mr. Hugh Noe and his son, Stith.was who has been attending school at visited Miss Mallie Moss last here from Campbellsville last week. well-knowRus-sellvill- The HARDWARE STORE Will Furnish You with the Old Reliable Deering Binders, Mow ers, Rakes and Twine IJ-5Xr i e, I Friday. Mrs. Sarah A. Miller, Crocus, is visRev. R. E. Stevenson, who is a stuiting her son and daughders in town. dent in Vanderbilt University, NashMr. L. A. Routzong and Mrs. J. J. ville, returned to Adair county, a few Booker, Miami, were here a few days days ago. ago. Mr. H N. Smythe, Kansas uty, Mesdames C. M. and C. C. Hindman illMo., was here during his father's spent last Friday with Miss Pearl Hind-mahis home in a ness, and will return to few days. Jo M. Rosenfield is at Lebanon, Miss Essie Triplett, who has been catching for the baseball team, that visiting her cousin, Miss Nonie Conplace. over, who lives out of town, returned Mrs. Lincoln Denton, son aud daught home Monday. er, Somerset, are visiting Mr. Denton Misses Allene and Juniati Richard here. son, from White Mills, Hardin county, Miss Ethel Bridgewater from Leb- are visiting their grand mother, Mrs anon, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. U. L. U. L. Taylor. Taylor. Mrs. J. W. Kimble and baby, Russell Misses Ruth Paulland Mary Breeding Spring, are visiting Mrs. K's parents. are visiting Miss Louise Monroe, They were accompanied to Columbia by Mr. Kimble. Mary MyMr. W. R. Myers, Misses Miss Alva Knight, Jamestown, en ers and Grace Conover are visiting in tertained Misses Mallie Moss Loretta Monticello. Dunbar, Flora Qrider and Kate Steph Miss Mollie Caldwell is spending a ensc-- last week. week or two with relatives at Portland, Mrs. Mattie Booker Baker, of Paris, this county. Texas, who spent a pleasant visit with Mrs. Sarah Abrell and her son, Mr. old friends here, left on her return trip J. F. Abrell, Glensfork, called at this last Wednesday. oifice Monday. Miss Winnie Barbee is visiting her ;Mr. W. Rf Lyon and B. H. Gilpin, sister, Mrs. W. H. Shipp, Princeton, Esq., were here tq see our merchants Ky. Miss Louise Herriford accompanied her as far as Louisville. last Thursday. n. Shep-herdsville. -- Currie, and her grand daughter, Miss Judith Sturdevant, who have been visiting here, returned to their home, Brownsville, Tenn., the first of the week. Mr. C. E. Davis, who represents H. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, is in the county for three weeks, accompanied by Mrs. Davis who will be at the Columbia Hotel during Mr. Davis' stay in this section. Miss Jennie Garnett, who is teaching at Jellicc, Tenn., spent last week at home. From here she goes to the Lexington Chautauqua and from there to Midway, where she will visit her sister, Mrs. J. P. Scruggs. A Proctor Knott Chautauqua INCORPORATED Association Great LEBANON, KENTUCKY, June 28 to July 8, Inclusive Beautiful Grounds. An Ideal Spot for Camping and Outing. Platform Attractions. Note the Following Program MUSICAL: Musical Four, The Strollers, LaBarge Musical Co., LaMont's Concert Band. LECTURERS: Gov. Robert R. Glenn, Father Travers. Senator Gore, of Oklahoma, Hon. L. B. Stringer, Dr. J. A. Steel, Miss Mary Agnes Doyle, Dr. L. E. York and many others. DAILY BASE BALL GAMES: A series of base ball games has been arranged between teams representing nearby towns. There will be a game each day, with two games on July 4th. The new grand stands are adequate to accommodate the spectators, and the games" will be more interesting than ever before. GRAND FIRE WORKS on the night of July Jth! This will be a most spectacular exhibition and this attraction alone will be worth the price of a season ticket. SEASON TICKETS Adults, $2.25: Children $1.25: Single Admission 35c. Call. r : ir r " -- Dr. S. D. Crenshaw, who was seriously ill a few days of last week, has very much improved. Mrs. J. R. "Wolford, of Esto, is visiting at the home of her brother, Mr. B. L. Conover. I Mr. N. H. W. Aaron, of Carrollton, Ky., passed through here, en route to the Russell circuit. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McGee, Burkes-yillvisited tbeir daughter, Mrs, W. T. Ottly, last week. '4 e, I Mr. J. B. Jones and little daughter, relatives near visited Elizabeth, JGreensburg, last week, ? Mr. Ray Conover and Mr. Preston ' filler were at Jamestown Sunday of meeting. :the Messrs. J. F- - Montgomery and Rol- - . As directed bv the Committee of the second Railroad Commissioner, s Dis trict, I hereby call the Republicans of Adair county to meet in Mass Conven-rioat the Court House, in Columbia, Standard Mrs. Lou Miller, who has been sick Ky., at 1:30 o'clock p. m., Address for Information on Saturday July the 8th, for the for the past two weeks, is improving, time, to attend and in a week or so expects to be able purpose of electing delegates be held in Louisville, a convention to to start on her trip to Minnesota. Jeffersoo County, Ky., at 2 o'clock p. Mr. R. E. Freemor andwife, formerly m., Monday, July 10th, for the purpose of Campbellsville, have located in Co of nominating a candidate for Comlumbia Mr. Freemor is m charge of missioner of said District to be voted Dr. Ryan, deputy United Stages Marthe barber shop on Water street. shal, arrested Dick Bunch in Russell for at the November election, 1911. selling A. Coffey Chairman of Rep. Com. county, last week, charged with Mr. Cosby McBeath, Monticello, W. liquor. He was brought to Columbia County. , reached Columbia the first of the week, Adair and tried before Commissioner F. R. and on his return Mrs. McBeath, who Winfrey end held over. has been risking her parents, returned River Ferm for Sale. with him. I desire to sell my farm lying o n A note from Mr. W. T.Grant, Sonora, Cumberland river, four miles above H. C. Feese, Mrs. J. II. Pel-le- y Mrs. It contains 150 acres in the Hardin county, enclosing a check for and Miss Nellie Tarter are visiting Rowena. bottom and a number of acres o f hill subscription due, says: "Every body in Somerset. The former will visit land. I will give the purchaser a bar- for Jim Garnett down this way. Had a her son and daughter in Louisville, gain. fine rain. Kindest regards to every before returning home, Q. A. Smith. body." Columbia, Ky. 34 it Mrs. Currie, mother of Rev. B. M. n, , W. 0. DILLEY, Lebanon, K Notice, Administrater's )ale. 9 As Administrater of the estate of the late Henry A. Todd, deceased, I will on Monday, the 3rd day of July, 1911, at or about the hour of 1 o'clock, p. m., at the court house door, in the This stock will be sold on a credit o three months, and a note with approved security being required of thepurciasr i? bearing interest from date until paid. L C Winfrey, Admr.. Estate Henry Todd June 14, 1911. town of Columbia, Adair countv. Kv.-offer to the highest and best bidder, at Foxes Wanted public sale, four shares of the Capital Stock in the Bank of Columbia, the par Live Red and Grey Face Squirrels. Coons.iTmJca and Skunks. your value of which 13 $100 to the share, first letter. Send name of W, espxt m T. HODGES the Book value 213 to the share, and Box 23 the appraised value $2"5Q to the share. Campbellsville. Ey VT EFAwi .( "t JT7' Je fc. OBtl THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS French Valley- I Attention! We Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill Stock ready for use. A large assortment of Windows, Doors, Roofing, Colonial Columns. In fact we can furnish ?K any part or all the Wood, any grade desired, that is needed for Building or Repair work. Interest to inspect It will be to your Prices. our Stock and Sandusky & Columbia. , Co. Ky. Ay e ". XA f JiOCflES cofaPRjiy RI I M r"e Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns t Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. a IN Farmers are at work every day X Find it profitable to dojtheir shopping at our store. We know is in their corn crops, getting ready 7R .,VOU 'Will also find it: ntif onn An j7r1vr ahnrvninrr u , VI. - Vl M v. .u j wffai for wheat harvest, some wheat IN Tfc in person or by mail store, has been cut in our neighborhood TIN 25c FOULARD MEN'S SILK 15c and the yield so far is very good. SOCKS 25c $17. SUITS $11.95 7K Mercerized Men's Pure Silk vi M. R. Hale and wife left Wed- 7K Foulards, handK black These are exceptionally Socks, nesday for Louisville where the 7K some styles, and colors; 39c IN latter will undergo an operation sK 25c quality at handsome suits at the price. quality 25c. 15c w M They are mad from pure on her face. 135 PURE WOOL PERCALE SIC 7K wool fabrics and well tailored. SERGE 49c IN WRAPPERS Several families were kept at 95c We show this line in black Pure Wool IN home from conference this week M' Ladies Percale French Serge, and colors, in French Serge, black and colon account of meales. Wrappers cut ors; a great valfull, neatly Storm Serge, English WorstBro. Phipps delivered a very Tn made: special eds, Fancy Mixtures, etc. ue at 49c NIX yes. 95 c interesting sermon at our church 7F Many Suits elsewhere at $17. 50 TABLE DA- - nx LADIES SILK Tuesday night. MASK TS are no better. As a special Bleached 39 HOSE 35 VIZ Table IN J. W. Hale made a trip to TayLadies' Pure bargain we offer them at Damask, a Nl IN Silk Hose, with lor County this week. quality worth , IN lisle top 50c $11.95. 50c; as a great Vl Bro. Tarter preached an interIN uality 35c 7TC special at 39c. K esting sermon for us Wednesday night. GATHOFS, - Louisville, Kentucky. nrnfit-nhl-- -- X )K)K)KK)K IIIIIXVII AH. Mill! I K AIIJt.tP.4l NH HHhKX j--- IN I A I In effect Monday, Dec. 31. 19(8. SOUTH BOUND Lv. Louisville T" Ab. Lebano Irain No. 27 9:42am 7:00am No. 23... ............ .8:15 am ............ 10:04 am No. 79 5:05pm 7:40pm No 21 10:00 rm 8:00 pm 0.93 9:00pm 6:20pm ' NORTH BOUND f bain Lv. Lebanon Ab. Louisviixa 0.24 7:50 arAt 5:48am o. 78 10:15 am 732am o.28 4:30pm 6:55 pm o.22 6.28 pm 8:15 pm ffo.92 10:15 am 7:32am Nos. 92 and 93 are.Sunday trains cnly. L & N. Time Card WILMORE HOTEL W. ja. WIlifllORB, Prop p. First-Cla- ss Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rates I GRftDYinLLe. KY Rev. Thos. Hadley was here Nl' 7K Wednesday night. IN IN Eighth and Market VtNIX Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. T We appreciate them. i E. L, HUGHES CO., INCORPORATED. "Jj"" R. H. DIETZMAN, Your scribe had the pleasure of entertaining Bro. Tarter and wife, from near Becks Store, Led by E. M. Blakeman. during conference at Russell 2:30 p. m. Devotional, W. B. Springs. We were glad to have Cave. them with us for they are cer3:15 p. m. The Need and Imtainly fine folks. portance of Bible Study, M. E. i rNTlNl'NiNriNiNTK J MX M 4 NJ Nfef NJ Nl NJ, V JS S Vj, vj vir NrK ixiNrtNiNiNiNiNTiNTiNrK WVWMWSJ Nfc- - S. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON U. G. HARDKICH, Pres. J. H. COCKE. V. Pres. Sec W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. -E- STABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 jvimiiWf?iGHTs 1301 FIJI DEALERS IN I mACHipliSTS ENGINES. EOILERS, SAW MLIS. N. W5f'F'S!-,f'!'m6.lf- GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TfilRTeeNTft-JAftlLOUISVILLE L J1TIUIXL I M JI I AM um. "--.A.-..r ;..- - iLIXJ, Wf mr -- 3P5&& rt" iSr" ? Fried chicken and mutton will be a scarce article in this vicinity for a few day, this being a Methodist Conference. Bro. Goodman preached for us Thursday night and the sermon was certainly enjoyed by all, he having had charge of this work some years ago. W. A. Richards and family, Russell Springs, visited J. E. Hale's Thursday night. L. E. McKinley and family moved to Dunnville this week. Jas. Oaks, Owensby, was here Friday. A Chaaming W!ti- Sheet Iron and Tank Work Woman. V. is one who is lovely in JOBBING WORK SOLICITED All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - ELLWOOD 26 INCHES WIRE FENCE HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. SOINCM T7W7YT ' 58INCH ; 42INCH 34MCH ?6INCH f '' i jbihch V AAAfiflftrtninrtiinnflHnnnnR"''!;!'! vy y Yy k h k v hu jiv km m v hw y v ,. tM.fc a. L. VS.R atyiW?M.1t11Sr"g'-Cl.w,M- ELIWOOO HELD FEMCE (STANDARD MiieiMtiF HiiMiii mfctma-Xfc- , STYLEi MADE IN SIX HEIGHTS" Q&4SX Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 116 -- . East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. has been visiting relatives in this community for several days. Eld. Mont Gabbert of Casey Creek is visiting his brother, Dr. F. G. Gabbert of this place. On last Saturday evening June 10th, Miss Cora Corneal gave the young people a moon light party. Quite a number wa3 in attendance and all present expressed themselves as having spent one of the most enjoyable evenings in many days. A Pellyton. Mr. J. M. Campbell of this place is in Little Rock, Ark., this iffeek. Mr. J. P. Coffey who has been staying on Wilson Creek for a while, visited his brother last week. Last Friday June 16th, being Mr. William 0. Cooper's 68th birthday, the people of the community gave him a surprise. Mr. Cooper was in the field.at work when the bell rang for5 dinner. Upon nearing the house he was somewhat surprised to see the crowd but soon took the hint. Miss Emma Overstreet of Peck Dreadful Wound. fJom a knife gun tin can rusty nail fire works or of any other ndture demanmd prompt treatment with Bucklen's Arnica Salve to blood poison or gangrene. Its the quickest surest healer for all such wounds also for Burns, Boils, Sores Eruptions, Eczema Chapped Cams or Piles. 25c at Paull Drug Co. Our new lawn was completely W. A. Coffey, ruined by ground moles and Chairman Republican Committee many dollars tvorth of bulbs which we set out were eaten. Gainesville, Ga. After first trying troops and As you was kind enough to other devices were about give up print a few lines that I contrib- in despair wh9n a florist told us uted to your press some time to push moth ball dowt into the Program. ago, some of my good old tracks. These drove them away compldetly-theJIod- or of the ball friends back in dear old Kenground. tucky, wanted to hear from the premeating home Companion. Program of Bible Institute, South again, at least r that is , Baptist Church, Campbellsville, what I read through the columns r Story of a Dollar Ky. July 4th 7th, 1911 D. V. of the good old News, the most Tuesday, July 4, 1911. interesting paper I ever read, Ten years ago a farmers put HENRY 10:30 a. m. Devotional, W. T. especially when I am away from WATTERSON his initials on a dollar bill. The Underwood. home. It furnishes so many next day he went to the nearest J5 Editor. 11:15 a. m. Our Bible Institute, good ideas among the farmers, town and spent it with a merchpoultry men and politicians. L. B. Irvin. ant. Bofore the year was out We Can Furnish You Gainesville is situated at the 2:30 p. m. Devotional, J. W. got the dollar back. he Southern end of the Appalachian Crawley. times in six years the dollar JJlC fAdT COUllty NCWS 3:15 p. m. Election, J. W. Por- mountains, one of the most thriv- came uacK. lo mm lor proooce ing upland, inland cities of the ter. and three times he heard of it and the world, and one of the healthiest. in the pocket of neighbors. 7:30 p. m. Devotional, D. H. Thousands of people come to this "The last time he got, it back, Howerton. Weekly city every year as a summer refour years ago, he-- sent it to a 8:15 p. m. What the World sort. It gets the trade from all mail-ordhouse. He never has owes the Baptists, J. W. Porter. the Mountain people surroundCourier-Journ- af seen that dollar since, and never Wednesday, July 5th. ing it. One good reason of. its will. That dollar bill will never 10:30 a. m. Devotional, W. T. being such a thriving city, is it pay any more school tax for him, Short. is located in the heart of a good Both One Yeaia will never huild or brighten any farming region. ' 11:15 a. m. Christian Stewardof the houses of the community. The farmers'are getting along ship, E. W. Coakley. He sent it entirely out of the cir; For $1.50fine. They have all cut and 2:30 p. m. Devotional, W. S. cle of usefulness to himself and threshed their wheat. Cotton Tandy. his neighbors when he sent it to We can also give liberal and corn are looking fine. 3:15 p. m. The Importance of house. a mail-ordThrough March and April we Doctrinal Teaching, J. G. Bow. Patronize your local merchant, combination rate with Daily every day. In May and 7:30 p. m. Devotional, T. E. had rain who helps you pay your taxes, or Sunday Courier Journal. June we had no rain, and are in Ennis. support your schools and church- Write Courier-Journ- al Comneed of it now very much. es add lends a helping hand i n pany, Louisville, Ky., for 8:15 p. m. The Mission of an I want to let the boys of Rus- times of sickness and trouble. N. T. Church, J. G. Bow. free sample copy of edition sell and adjoining counties know St. Louis Lumbermen. Thursday, July 6th. you desire, but be sure to how we catch fish down here in 10;30 a. m. Devotional, W. S. Georgia. Jtrainedla shower a O. B. Finn, Campbellsville, Ky., send your subscription order Dudgeon. few days ago, and five boys and headquarters for cold drinks, improved to this paper- NOT to the 11:15 a. m. Laymen's Rally, myself decided to go fishing in a soda Fountain. Also a General line of drugs and staple groceries. Courier the face frorr mind and temper. But it is hard for a woman to be charming without health. A weak sickly womon will be nervous and irritable. Constipation and kidney poisons show in pimples blotches, skin eruptions and a wretched complexion. But Electric Bitters always prove a godsend to women who .want health,'-beautand friends. They regulate Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, puriy the blood; give strong nervas. bright pure breath, smooth velvety skin, lovely complexion and perfect hhalth Try them 50c at Paull Drug Co., spring branch. The highest number caught was five minnows. We did the hardest fishing I ever did in my life, and caught nothing. How glad I will be when the Dodd. time comes for me to stand at 7:30 p. m. Devotional, E. W. the school house door and look up Coakley. down the road to see the bright Friday, July 7th. faces coming to school. It will 10:30 a. m. Devotional, H. W. give me real enjoyment, and the Huber. time will soon come for me to do 11:15 a.m. Personal and that. Evangelism, M. E. Dodd. If this escapes the waste baskSpecial musical nlurabers, et, I will try again in the future. Orchestra preachers' Quartette. I will bring this message to a J close, wishing you success in A Call. your pay plans. When my subAs directed by the State Central Com- scription is up let me know, and mittee of the Republican party of Ken- I will send you another dollar, tucky, I hereby call the Republicans of Adair county to meet in mass conven- for I wouldn't do with out the tion at the Court House in Columbia, paper for any thing. Ky., on Saturday, July the 8th, at 1:30 Respt., p. m., for the purpose of electing delEldora George. egates to attend the State Convention, Pas-tori- al Special Altnetin lo Eyes Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices lam well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE. 0NBURK5VILLE STREET. Joseph C H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Will practice in this and.adjoining counties. Jamstown, : Kentucky, to be held in Louisville, Ky., Tuesday, the 11th day of July, 1911, for the purpose of nominating candidates for State officers, to be voted for at the regular Why JA. Try This For Moles. NovembereIection, 1911. Not Read The ; the Courier Journal? -- Four er ? - f er - Journal. ? fWH rs r ) 'V tu .. l s.' THE ADAIR THE MIND CURE. COuHt? fr'EWS SURPRISED THE HIGHLANDERS And Then the Young Boers Surprised Their Own General. Ignorance is not bliss ou the battle- field. When the South African war be- Women Suffer than relieve veu 10 say i.) mucK needless pain when they delay using Cardai ineir iemaie troubles, uaraui nas been iound to relieve headache, backache, pain in the side and riness, arising from deranged organs. It does more r if used persistently, mat it cured tnem. many have writ- - CARDUI It Will Help You Mr. J 37 Maxwell Johnson, Tampa, Ma., writes: "Cardui cured xne after doctors and everything else had failed. I had been suffering with numb spells ever since I was 16 years old. One day Ii decided to take Cardui. I have now taken 5 bottles and I can sav that it has cured me. I advise all suffering women to give Cardui a long ana lair trial." Mrs. Johnson suffered years. Have vou? Do vou wish to? .But wiiy suffer at all? Take Cardui. Give it a fair trial. AT ALL DBUG STORES 5r. . S. Bunbar BUILDING. RING 3. Res. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone 40- -i 2)entist OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN Dr. James Triplet! Dentist. JEFFRIES' 'PHONE NO. 40, JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK1 COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY )9?i)'&SSXS&S WEEKLY Don't Worry, Eat and Sleep Richt and Live For a Century. Thousands of sick and afflicted are daily told by their physicians to change their diet and keep the stomach free from indigestible food. This we admit to be good advice, but far greater is the usefulness of advice to change your tbougbts, for out of a defiled mind proceeds a corrupt and diseased body. The body quickly responds to every impulse ' and impression of the mind, and one rarely if ever sees a person with a contented mind thin, anaemic and suffering with neurasthenia and its train of nervous and gastric symptoms. If it were not for the worry, discontent and abnormally strenuous i life that characterize the people of this age the specialist on nervous and mental diseases would have to discover ways to obtain a livelihood other than catering to the whims and fancies of a veritable army of perverts. As paradoxical as it may seem, I candidly and deliberately proclaim that 80 per cent of all the inhabitants of the world now living under fifteen years of age could live and enjoy better health until they have passed the century mark in age if it were possible to instruct them concerning the proper observance of those unchangeable laws of health, hygiene and physiology. We are often admonished to give up alcoholic stimuiants, tobacco and coffee if we desire to become even octogenaWhile I admit that this is rians. essential, yet I consider the observance of three other rules more conducive to longevity, as follows: Never worry and never become angry; eat slowly and regularly; obtain at least ten hours' sleep out of every twenty-four- , for in this age of progress and achievement, when every one is making strenuous efforts to excel his neighbor in obtaining knowledge, wealth and influence, ten hours' sleep is barely sufficient to restore equilibrium to an exhausted sensorlum. And for the man that wandereth out of the way of understanding and worries through a miserable existence, never quite satisfied with any one or 9 anything, we shall soon number him with the congregation of the dead. L. Herbert Lanier in Medical Fortnightly. BONES OF THE EAR. FREE REMEDY HELPS CHILDREN Many a mother has learned of a way of avoiding sickness in her" family, especially among the children, by the use of a free sample bottle of the famous laxative, Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. This offer of the doctor's to send a free sample bottle has been responded to by thousands of women in all parts, of America. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a truly wonderful laxative and especially adapted to the needs of babies and children because it is pleasant to taste and no child will refuse it. Then, it is mild and never gripes. It is all that a child's remedy should be, though it is a good laxative for the whole family because it is effective at all ages. It is not dynamic like salts, pills and powerful cathartics, which should not be given to children under any circumstances. Nine times out of ten when a child complains and you don't know exactly what is the matter with it, it needs a laxative its bowels are constipated. Syrup Pepsin will correct the trouble, tone up the child and soon it will be well again wonderful results have been secured with Syrup Pepsin over night You can buy it of any druggist at fifty cents or a dollar a bottle, the latter being the family size, but you are invited to make a test of it first at the doctor's expense. Send him your address today and he will send you a free sample bottle direct to your home. Then when satisfied buy it of your favorite druggist. I gan the Boers, brave fighters though they were, lost many an advantage through almost childish simplicity in the art of war. Mr. Howard C. Hille-gain his "Boers In War," gives an incident of this trait. While fighting at Magersfontein .4' number of youthful Boers, in this their first battle, allowed at hundred to approach to within a short distance of the trench wherein the Boers were concealed. They then sprang out. calling "Hands up!" The higblanders. completely surprised, threw down their arms and advanced, holding their hands above their heads. One of the young Boers approached them, scratched his head in perplexity and said to his friends, "What shall we do with them?" After a consultation they allowed the to return to their column. When the young Boers arrived at the Boer laager, laden with- the captured rifles, their general asked them why they did not bring their prisoners. The youths looked at each other, and one of them sheepishly replied: "We did not know that they were wanted." It was not the lads, however, who always made the mistakes. One old Boer, on viewing for the first time a company of highlanders in the distance, refused to fire, insisting that it was a herd oft ostriches, and he persuaded all the burghers in the trenches near him that they were ostriches, and nothing but ostriches. s, high-lande- rs high-landers - For the free sample address him. Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building, Monticello. 111. There is Never a Time When you cannot get exactly what suits you out of our enorCarpets, Rugs, Linoleums, Draperies and mous assortments. Wall Paper are here in a profusion of styles. We show more than 20 different sizes in Carpet Rugs and can match smaller Rugs, or Door Mats to nearly every design. Prices always right. Visit Our Big Establishment When in Louisville, look over our offerings and be satisfied that you have struck the right place, the right people and the right price.. BANKS "LOAN" MONEY. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, COURIER - JOURNAL HENRYWATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL AND! THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS Her Kind of Economy. Persons who had heard the man declare many times that unless he could find a truly economical woman he would never marry laughed cynically if you will give or send your order to this at the announcement of his engagement to a woman who had figured in a paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. thirty dollar hat episode. "Surely," said his friends, "you don't consider a woman who buys thirty dollar hats truly economical?" "I do," said the man. "Just recall Courier-Journ- al, She was found the circumstances. lying in a faint in a millinery store anteroom with $200 in cash and a bill for a thirty dollar hat in her pocket-booCourier-Journ- al, I claim that any woman who will pay only $30 for a hat when she has $200 in cold cash in her pocket-boo- k Wrong End First. is economical to the core, and I An old Indiana justice of the peace, a combination cut We can give you after listening for two long days to am going to marry her." New York the evidence pro and con in a criminal Times. rate on Daily or Sunday if 3'ou will write case, wound up his decision upon the The Pulse Beat. conflicting testimony by saying that he this paper. The readiest and roughest estimate had grave doubts as to the guilt of the prisoner, but. whereas when a law of time is the pulse beat. It is sad to ' student ne had read in Blackstone that know that the human pulse beat is not It was better that ninety-nin- e innocent exactly sixty to the minute. That is men should be punished than that one one of the faulty disarrangements of guilty man should escape, therefore he life. But it comes pretty close. And would find the prisoner guilty. Hil- the rough and ready calculator of the ton's "Funny Side of Politics." time between the flash of lightning and the thunder depends on his pulse when he cannot see his watch. To the Clasp Tails as They Pass. Among the peculiarly tailed fishes ordinary man a second is a pulse beat London Chronicle. the sea horses are alone in having the tail prehensile. With it they anchor themselves to seaweed and other Nervous Prostration. things in strong currents, for they are "I hear your wife is going to a sanipoor swimmers. As two of these inter- tarium. Nothing serious. I hope?" PROPRIETORS esting creatures meet they may clasp "Oh. no. She's secretary of her club." k tails for a moment and then pass on. "Yes?" Louisville, Ky. Main Corner as if they had wished each other well. "And after carrying the club minLondon Spectator. utes all season in her bead she sat CHAS- - A. BRIDGES Four Months Storage Free down the other day and tried to write W.G. BRIDGES 'em out." Pittsburg Post. Novel Arithmetic. Teacher How many do two and three make? Schoolboy About forty, He Knew. by's, and they think he is slowly sir. Teacher Absurd How do you Mrs. Wedd John, what do you think Picnic. make that out? Schoo'lboy Well, dad of a man who smokes cigarettes in a Crops are fine and most far- improving. Mr. Nolon Pettey of this place went fishing last Sunday and caught room where ladies are? Mr. WeddmyI two big fish, then three little ones, and think he needs a wife like you. mers are over the second time. and a Miss Traylor, Cumberland when my uncle asked him how many dear. Boston Transcript Mr. 'Hoskin Stapp and wife, of county, eloped to Tennessee a he had caught he said. 'About forty!' " London Answers. Louisville, are visiting relatives few days ago. Value of Silence. "Speech is silver," says the boarding place. near this A Gift. Mr. Barnett Cheatam, of bouse philosopher, "but silence, rightRobert Kirby, while on Amandaville, and Miss Nellie "I regard conversation as a, gift," re- ly used, is what makes golden wedRev. marked the studious woman. dings pessible.7 Toledo. Blade. his way home from conducting a Pettey, of this place, also eloped "It usually is," replied' Miss Caymeeting at Smith's Chapel, to Tennessee last week. A long enne. "If people- had to pay for It Don't bans' a dismal picture on the took mddenly sick while near happy life is the wish of your there would be muck tasa of it." wall, and don't daub wttk sable and Washington Star. gloom your conversation. Emerson. amd stopped at Mr Mos- - jor $1.50 Yr Yr Daily S6.00 Sunday $2.00 The Little Stirrup When Displaced Causes Noises In the Head. Vibrations of the eardrum are communicated to the inner ear by means of three exceedingly small bones, one of which Is called the stirrup. When this particular little bone is displaced, however slightly, the patient hears sounds which are subjective, or, to use plainer terms, noises confined exclusively to the auditory apparatus and not heard by others. These sounds frequently seem like wind whistling through a crevice or a buzzing such as one hears when passing under a network of wires ou a windy day. Other sounds of similar subjective origin are classified as musical. They take the form of ringing bells, trumpet blasts, organ notes and the piping of birds. Still another form conveys to the patient sounds such as frogs make as they sit on logs and like the shouts of a crowd at a baseball game. Dr. Marage, a famous French aurist, recently laid before the Academy of Sciences in Paris the results of his study of a thousand cases of this general sort. He has found that the nerves of the ear In certain cases maintained the conducting position which they assumed when they transmitted the sound of a ringing bell or like sound, and, like an electric button out of position, kept the bell vibrations from being interrupted. Other sounds were produced by the persistent excitation of the auditory nerve centers. High frequency electrical currents and vibratory massage have been used by leading specialists in the treatment of ear troubles In these several conditions, and the results have been encouraging. New York World. They Don't "Lend" It, Because It Is a Business Transaction. Why is It banking bouses always "loan" their huge sums of money, never by any chance "lend" them? "Lend" is the true verb, while "loan" was exclusively the noun. How came it about that "to loan" has uniformly supplanted "to lend?" The purists make a great fuss about this. They insist that the stupid and untaught financial world has foisted upon Ihe language a substantive verb when no new yerb was needed, when the ancient and established usage was fixed in the signification of "to lend." But prior to the modern development of business enterprise when money was lent it was bestowed upon the borrower either for temporary use without compensation, as a mark of favor or patronage, or by the professional money lender who, taking advantage of persons in extremities of need, demanded usurious interest. This Anglo-Saxoverb today retaius its ancient connotation. When it was coined the productive powers of money were unknown, and the wealth of rich men was locked up for safety and kept out of the channels of commerce. Nowadays, by devices of credit and rapid intercommunication, it is kept constantly working in productive enterprises. Immense loans are made, no longer to relieve the necessitous ana the improvident, but to stimulate industry and to enable the borrower as well as the loaner to reap a profit In his transactions. Money is "loaned" in this sense. It is not lent New York Times. n Incorporated 522 and 525 West Market St. Louisville, Kentucky. KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. THE The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as far as reported, Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or correction of dates: days. Versailles, Auguest Lexington, August days. Russell Springs August S 1 days. days. Uniontown, August Vanceburg, August 9 4 days. Lawrenceburg, August 15 4 days. Leitchfield, August 15 4 days. Burkesville, August 15 4 days. Broahead, August 163 days. Fern Creek, August, 16 4days. Columbia, August days, Shepherdsville, August 22 1 days. London. August 22 4days. Erlanger, August 23 4jdays. Germantown, August 243 days. Nicholasville, August 29 3 days. Somerset, August 293 days. Bardstown. August 304 days. Monticello, September 5 4 days. days. Alexandria, September Mount Olivet, September 5 I days. Hodgenville, September day3. days. Sanders, September Kentucky StateFair Louisville, September 116 days Horse Cave, September 20 1 days. Mayfield, September 274 days 23 76 85 LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR BRIGHTER, 1911 BETTER,' 224 BIGGER THAN EYER THEJREGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES 55 53 64 IS If $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR 0RDEP YOU WILL SEND TO US, YOU CAN GET Is He Old. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I Written for the News. the old man's passed his prime As age comes with the lapse of time. And all the while he older grows; A heritage that time bestows, While that which wrecks our. human We say AND k. kind Is age which blights the human mind When going at a losing gait. And living at a dying rate. THE L0UISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR That he is old he will not own, But just a little ancient grown; Not troubled, though he seems oppressed, Nor tired, yet he longs for rest; Is here without his own consent, The hay-da- y of his life is spent, Knows not why he lingers still; Or soon must leave against his will. When he prepares to take a ride, He never mounts, but falls astride. Then should old Selim buck or balk He feels somewhat inclined to walk. Where once he walked, now he would ride Nor is it altogether pride; If on a race they'd run for slow Like Baalim and his beast, they go? His corporality of late Refuses to perambulate, But tell him not that he is old At thirty added to six fold, He wots of widowers, nice men Much older than he's ever been, Who long again for weded joys, Cavorting round as spry as boys. FOR ONLY $4.50. , ):s5XS3XS3S' &asitd THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. Has the best corps of correspondents. Covers the,Kentucky field' per- fectly. Covers the general news field completely. Has the best and fullest mar- Pickett Tobacco Warehouse INDEPENDENT C. A.. BRIDGES & Co, Streets, Eighth and kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics, but fair to everybody. - bert many friends. Each want a young and loving wife To nurse him in declining life, SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPAnd bachelors, our model men. Who never reach two score and ten; TION RIGHT AWAY With maids and widows 'we are told Are all exempt from growing old. But you know how the saying goes, TO THIS PAPER not to The And some old folks have tender toes. Louisville Times. Old age is honorable you see, But you might have it all for me. For Sale: One six year old com-binJ T. Jones. Bed Bird horse. Would trad Montielier, Ky. for cattle. Call on Tne News. ed i 4 1 v i - K r ( s THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS mmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmam r t 8 Gradyville. We had a fine rain last week. 0 ir farmers have finished up transplanting tobacco. J. D. Walker and W. L. Grady were in Columbia last week. -- Hanna's Green Seal "The Made-to- rd e L " 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 4 Firm in the State. Wear Paint" two-third- n H. A. Walker was in this last week buying tobacco. Mrs. W.L. Winters and daughsec-tio- ter, are visiting relatives in If you expect to do any painting, you are interested you should b in the quality or the paint to be used. s, In any given job of painting, labor represents practically material the cost. one-thiIt stands to reason that with so much expense in labor, the enduring quality .Owen county at thistime. Austin Wilmore was at Greens-bur- g of the paint is all important. sought? Why have the painting done unless the protection and durability of the job is last Thursday. Our farmers finished transplanting tobacco last week, not more than one fourth of'crops this season. Ed Hill was visiting relatives at Jamestown last Saturdayand Sunday. How is one to determine the true value and obtain paint that maybe depended upon for durability? HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. This paint has Our Prices are Right' Discount to Dealers NiLife the printed formula on. every package. The makers have confidence and take pride in the quality and tell the public IT OUGHT TO BE. FOR 8ALE BY 1 the composition of the paint. IS THIS OF ANY YALUE TO YOU ? Phone No. 108. THE JEFFRIES houses that are so close to the creek. We take it that cur people have come to a wise conclusion in regard this matter. The time to prepare for the enemy is in time of peace, and we think our people should not let this opportunity pass. COLUMBIA COLUMN CO. STORE HARDWARE V. WANT A FARM? I you do, it will pay you to writh us. We have a COLUMBIA, KY. Please remember that we have Sunday School at Union every Sunday morning at nine o'clock. Every body invited to attend. Miss Bettie Smith has been on the sick list for several days. Mrs. Silas Cain has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Yarberry, at Cane Valley for the past week or so. Messrs. C. 0. Moss and Amos Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY. Farmers Bank Cane Valley, Plff ) vs L W. Curry &c Defendant ) .By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit court, rendered ! J Big Clearance Sale all gone, at the May Term., thereof, 1911, in the Keltner attended the quarterly meeting at Mell Chapel, last Saturday. Mrs. W. M. Wilmore' and daughter, Maud, visited relatives in Columbia last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Shirrell spent a few days of last week visiting their son and daughter , at Lebanon. The work on Alfred Parson's new dwelling is progressing nicely. He expects to have it completed by Aug. 1st. Missv Mollie Flowers and Will Diddle spent last Thursday night in Columbia. Mr. Ceorge Keltner and wife, of Keltner, visited the family (of Mr. Robert 0. Keltner in our city, one day last week. Mr. Guy Nell made a trip to Lampbellsville one day lrst week, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walker of Columbia, visited their relatives here one night last week. We are glad to note that Mrs. Walker will teach our fall school again. We consider her to be one of the best teachers in the county. Mrs. W. B. Dulin continues in a very critical condition. Strong Hill made a business trip down in Green county one day last week. Messrs. J. W. Keltner and Will Baker made a trip to Greensburg last Thursday. Mr. Keltner will spend several days in that city visiting his daughter. While Mr. Baker expects to go to Louisville and spend a few days on business. Our Methodist Brethren wil begin work on the parsonage at this place in the near future. ! above cause for the sum of four hun- dred and thirty-tw- o dollars and 6 cents Mr. Combs is a contractor and with the interest at the rate of six per thoroughly understands his busi- cent, per annum from the 17th day of May 1911, until paid, and $35.3.r costs ness and thinks he can move all herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door in Columbia, these buildings successfully. Ky.. to the highest bidder, at Public Mr. A. T Shirrell informed us Auction, on Monday the 3rd day of July that he had the pleasure while in 1911, at one o'clock p m., or therabout (being County Court) upon a Lebanon last week attended the six months, the following credit of descrioed funeral of Gov. Knott, and on property, to wit: A certain tract of his return home he and wife land lying in Adair County Ky., on the waters of Russeils Creek and is boundstopped over with his son, Phillip ed as follows, viz; beginnig at a large who lives on Green river. While beech tree corner to John Stone in H. C. Bennetts 46 W 54 a there his son went fishing and stone in T I line, S line and poles to to Smith's corner caught sixteen pounds of nice Nancy E. Bennett's homestead, thence with her line S 19 S 104 poles to a stone fish. corner to same, thence with another In our community just below line thereof 46J E 54 poles to a stone to this place there is a great deal of said homestead in John Stones line N 39i W 109 poles to the place of the besickness and several deaths have ginning, containing 35 acres more or less been reported, both children and t Or sufficient thereof to produce the old people have died. , sums of money so ordered be made For the purchase price, the purchaser with approved surety or securitiees, must execute Bond, bearing legal inOur farmers are done cutting terest from day of sale until paid, and wheat and report a fine crop m having the force and effect of a Judg ment. Bidders will be prepared to quality, as well as quantity. comply promptly with these terms. Some are dftnp Invino hv nnvn i W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. ; 1-- 10 many desirable farms, of fertile productive soil, located through Central and Norte Central Kentucky; in size; from the smallest to the largett, with corresponding prices. Good pikes, splendid schools, desirable neighbors, convenient to great Beginnig June 20th and lasting till Oct. 1st. or. till they are we will dispose of, at actual cost all Boys Clothing, Men's and Boys shoe , Mens' Hats; all Groceries, Hardware railroad facilities, and well improved bluegrass lands. Several exchang-es- . Write us the kind of farm you want and we will send list. : : : 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. st we will be the only exclusive Ladies and 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 this kind and we feel the public will appreciate having one Do not wait and miss the chance of gettmg choice of the best bargains we have to offer. We appreciate the patfonagewe" have enjoyed heretofore and invite you to see us again. 1 Mrs. Ermine Wilson. Russell Springs, Ky. : Central Kentucky Real Estate Co. Lebanon, Ky. Lena Bryant, were married Sun day June 14, by Rev. Pierce. May prosperity and happiness be theirs as they journey down the stream of time, is the wish of the writer. Mrs. Morris, mother of Mrs. J. B. Montgomery PROGRAM FOR is feeble, Mrs. Fannie White another very old lady of our neighborhood is quite feeble. Cyclone. Picnic to be held at the Fair Grounds .atoltialpia, on July 4th 1911, by Columbia Camp No. 12502 M. W. of A. .XS". 10 and the crop looks "the best we' have ever seen. J A. M. Ozark. Music ' 'My Country 'tis of Thee" Opening Prayer Song Opening Ode " Musi:c . t J. A. Diddle apent last Saturday at Cane Valley looking after our school interest. Messrs. Dock Walker and Ed Diddle spent last Sunday at Edmonton. Dr. Bowling, the optician of Canmer, was in our midst a day or so of last week. Well-known Remember the- protracted services begins here on the 6th of July. All demonination are requested to take part in these services. Messrs. Pemerton and Combs of Horse Cave, were in our midst last Friday and Saturday, looking after moving the dwelling - Mr. Owen Gaskins and Miss This neighborhood is suffering XT.-Farmers are about up with vv miens were marnea ci,uc TX7:i.l iasc from drougnt, corn and gardens their work in this neighborhod. Sunday. need rain badly. The Irish Mr. S. E. Squires is on the An infant child of Mr. to crop is a complete failure, the Gosser, died last week. sick list. early planting has dried up. Mr. V. G. Rexroat is at James- Mr. Robert Smith and wife Wheat is said to be extra good. una weeK, serving as a ujwii, Mr. N. A. McKinley will have were visiting reltives near Joppa Juryman. Mr. W. H. Honnor is L . sMscrop threshed to day. Mr. last Sundey. . . , .. staying in tne store tnis week. A TTT1 rtw. win rin-i- VtCr. Robert Caldwell and sister Miss lj xx. lutiiimcj mCll aiaibius Mr. V. G. Rexroat has his Mci,QW Mary of Milltown were visiting t, o wu&ouci ouuii cj.o tv u4. io ouuin.- iicai store house up, and goods in. ed. Miss Ruth and Lizzie Squires last Mr. Rexroat worked a long while Mr. A. Coombs who came to Saturday. here for Smith Bros., and we Mr. Ernest Cundiff was on the this part last spring, from predict for him a successful bushas bought a tract of land sick list last Sunday and Monday iness. near Cane Valley, from Mr. Tom Miss Tura and Nora McFar-lan- d There was a gay time at Beth- Corbin, and will remove to it were visiting i n Russell any, just in the edge of Casey, next county last week. fall. last Sunday at a singing. The Mr. H. D. Murray was in Mrs. Robert Hudson was at celebrated Bill Turpen was preson business jlast week. the bed side of her mother, part ent with his keg, and all who of last week. Cundiff Bros, 'sold their 1910 had the "dough" were served Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mont- crop of dark tobacco to R. L. with fire water in abundance. A gomery were visiting near Cane Faulkner at satisfactory price. number of scraps were engaged Valley last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Mont Murrell was in this in and several shots fired, but so far as we are able to learn, no Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Smith, neighborhood last week selling visited her parents at this place fruit trees. one was seriously hurt. Saturday night and Sunday. The singing at Pigg Tail last W. N. Emerson and wife are last Mr. B. O. Hurt, Russell Sunday was largely attended and very proud'of their new boy. Springs, passed this place one enjoyed. A. W. Gadberry and wife, of day last week enroute to Colum3v . -- - ij22a: Decatur, were here Friday. rr. 1 bia. 3m Grady, the little son of Dr. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. White and Hammond, is visiting his grand S r K ft vvtFS'Wsi 3v iraa .UFK parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas little son, Willie, visited at the I home of Mr. T. J. Bryant's last Hammond, of Catherine, this Sunday. I Wziilo A ftetv iVian Of Him. week. "I was Lone, the bright little son of stoinach, suffering from pain, in my head and back," writes H. Emet, the nephew of C. A. and Mrs. Emma L. McKinley. pre- - T. Alston, Raleigh, N. C, "and my liver and kidneys did not work right, J. D. Hammand, suffered a very sented Mrs. T. J. Bryant with a but four bottles of Electric Bitters bad fracture of his arm last Fri- nice box of new man." me feelnourishments last made SO CTS. ATlike aDRUG STORES. ALL PRICE day, the shivered bone having Sunday. Mrs. Bryant is in a protruded through the skin. Dr. low state of health and appreci-- . The Bank at Jamestown did about Hammond set the bone, and the ates the kindness. six thousand dollars worth of business little fellow is doing well. Mr, Robert Floyd and Miss the first da of circuit court. ? J 4 by Band $. ii. NeighborCrawford sby Woodmen bvtBand Murrell i "My Old Kentucky Home" Reading Declaration of Independence Neighbor T. A. j T Introducing Speaker of the Day by Neighbor RavTVibnLromerv Speaker Hon. L. R. Curtis, Louisvflie,, Ky. Woodcraft " .-- ! I ,- i i.i. DINNER 1:30 P. M. 8 9 10 Music i ' Star Spangled Banner " Band Vir-gin- a, The Old and New 4th Neighbor Paul Smythe ism ; 11776-1- 91 1 The Old and New Flag 200 yard dash Boys 12 to Ball Throwing Neighbor Crawford 18 J Prrze .! ;' ".' Tom-kinsvil- le, fix Cutting Contest Log Rolling Contest Ugliest Man Ugliest Baby, shown by Mother Sack Race - ' . Music by Band, own Selection Standing High Jump Penny Race, Boys 8 to 12 Christie's Store. . S i&ft,r - Little Ceil Morris, the. infant son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Morris happened to a very painful accident one day last week while out playing with some other children in the barn loft. They were turning a feel cutter, he getting his fingers caught in the cogs crushing the ends of two fingers. Sunday. and Edith Chelf, visited Misses Bettie and Annie Christie last The farmers of this neig hbor-hoo- d are done setting tobacco. I here is not an average crop set on the account nf fn.o. &-- , l j plants. The quilting and birthday dinner gvien by Mrs. Lou Humph-res- s u in honor of Jier son, Lee,, but ia mowing nicely. Mr. J. R. Christie was well attended and was very aaRwife attended the Woodman! Hcora- much enjoyed by all present. Misses Hazel Knifley, Hazel tion at Wesley's chapplj H Virgie Holt visited and Nannie Christie last SunSay. ' We are having nice weather now, since the rain comejevery I v : r-- - - ' fi " -- y- .. ,r .'i- .