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P h The following is the vote of Adair A Prominent Veterinary Surgeon County in Saturday's State Democratic primary. The figures are not likely to Dies at His Home in this City be changed by the official count: Ollie M. Janes, United States Sen-74- 8 Tuesday Morning. ator, no oposition, Governor, J. B. McCreary 529 " Wm. Addams, 386 SORNANB 8EARED IN METCALFE COUNTY. Lieut, Governor, McDermott, 490 298' Edwards 15 Stuart Dr. Selden D. Crenshaw, who was Treasurer, Rhea, 744 widely known as a veterfary surgeon, Auditor Bosworth, 561 died at his home, in this city, Tuesday ' Laffoon, 218 morning afc 12:15, July 4. He had been Attorney General. Garnett, 1,018 in delicate health for some time, but 14 Pollard he had hopes that he would recover Secretary State, Crecelius, 672 until a few weeks ago, when he realized 243 that he could live but a short time and Superintendent, Hamlett, 231 Littrell, so informed those who were nearest to 203 Eubank. him, and made preparation for the Commissioner, J. W. Newman 515 final dissolution. The end was peaceHill zuo ful, his wife and sons and several ' Wyatt 31 friends being at the bedside. Clerk Court Appeals, Green, 458 forty-si- x The deceased was years old " Chinn, 52 and was born and reared at Knob There were 22 scattering votes for Lick, Metcalfe county, becoming a .citizen of Adair county about sixteen Paynter for U. S. Senator. or eighteen years ago. Two years ago Admitted to the Bar. he sold his farm, purchased a home on Burkesville street in this town, where the end came. Several weeks ago he Hon. James. F. Montgomery and his made a profession of his faith in Christ son, Mr. Ray Montgomery, were in and united with the Presbyterian Greensburg last Thursday and Friday. Church. While there was Until his hea th failed he was a very before Judge the latter two examined Thurman, attorneys industrious man and had many friends, doing the quizzing, as to his qualificaall of whom will be sorry to learn that tions to practice law. The examinalie has passed from the daily walks of tion was perfectly satisfactory, and life. Mr. Montgomery was given license. The News joins this entire We do not know whether he intends to in extending sympathy to the practice here or go elsewhere, but be bereaved wife and two sons and all that as it may, we trust that he will be other relatives. successful in his chosen profession. He The funeral services were held at has evidently had excellent training, the residence this morning, conducted his father being a learned lawyer, bv Rev. J. R. Crawford and the inter-- n hence there is no reason why he should ment was In the city cemetery. Many not succeed. "friends were present, showing great sympathy for the sorrowing wife and PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY. the two devoted sons. There were many floral offerings. com-sduni- ty Mr. Walker Bryant, County Court Clerk, issued the following licenses durIt Was Appropriately Celebrated ing the month of June: Here by the Modern WoodWm Lowe and Olie Dudly Allen Dudley and Myrtlo Pickett. men of America. Melvin Judd and Martha Burton. Lee Propes and Lula Janes. Willie Cape and Birdie Morrison. GOOD SPEECHES FINE TIME.; J. E. Flowd and Lena P. Bryant. &rs. Mary Roberts Suicide. Commits The Blair, Oklahoma Progress brings The News of the death of the subject """of-tinnotice", who committed suicide on Friday, June 16, by taking carbolic acid. The deceased lived with her 'II husbuid, B. L. Roberts, and her children, one and a half miles from Blair, Okla., and judging, from reading the article, she had many friends. The deceased was born and reared near Breeding, this county, her maiden name being McKinney. She was evidently unbalanced, and was brooding over fancied troubles Her husband had not been absent from the home but a very 'VV few minutes when Mrs. Roberts kissed her younger children good bye, telling them to be good and to say for her, farewell to an older brother and their father. She then went into a room, let down the blinds, took the poison and was dead in a very short time. The husband and children are almost distracted over the tragic event The funeral services were conducted at the home the Sunday following, and the interment was in the Blair cems -- V rr i t -- etery. Mr. J, M. Campbell, who has been connected with the Cumberland Grocery Company, tendered his resignation several weeks ago, and is now located at Little Rock, Ark. In that city he purchased an interest in an ice cream factory that is doing a fine business. His family will leave to be with him in a short time Mr. Campbell .is a fine citizen and has a wife and a young son, .and Adair county regrets to give them The ball games at Lebanon Chautauqua, Lebanon, Springfield, Barkstown. and Greensburg contesting, stand as follows up to this writing: Springfield won one and lost none, Greensburg lost one; Lebanon lost one. Bards $own and Springfield were billed to meet yesterday. Greensburg plays 'lardstown Thursday. The capital ' prize, $50, second prize $35. Romie Judd. and William Young, this place, are the pitchers for Greensburg. Young will pitch Thursday's game. Rev. D. H. Howerton preached two yery interesting sermons last Sunday Jfiiln the forenoon his subject was Good citizenship, the lawless getting some hard knocks, but much wholesome advice. His evening discourse was de livered to young men at the lawn of Mr. W. L Walker. We understand that the prospects for 4erB in the Portland section,, this county,, was never better, and from many other localities the same flattering ljeapects have been received. Even I 9m uiin upMKHi tuuxB surprisingly Deriag the last two week good have viaited all parts ef the ceaa- eat.orep is said to be short , SALT FOR SALE. The Modern Woodmen of this place gave out three week ago that they I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, would celebrate Independence Day by which cost only 15 cents more than the given an old time picnic at the Fair Grounds, to, which every body was 5i bushel barrel which you buy else-33-Sam Lewis. cordially invited. Early in the morn j where. ing people living out of town comThe candidates who were successful menced to arrive, and by eleven o'clock the grounds were covered with humani- in the State primary will take a rest for ty. The Columbia Brass Band, assist- a couple of months before again calling ed by members of the Campbellsville on the dear people. band, notified Columbiana when to Rev. T. L. Hulse, the Presiding Eldstart, and by the noon hour the ampher, is now going over his appointments itheater looked like the second day of the last round for this Conference year. the Columbia Fair was in progress. The exercises were opened with pray-- 1 j For Sale. . er by Rev. J. R. Crawford, followed by j the reading of the In- Declaration of dependence, by Judge T. A. Murrell. One S H. P. Ziegler Schrier hopper Mr. Ray Montgomery then introduced ooled Gasoline Engine and Feed Mill Mr. L. R. Curtis, a young attorney of j complete. Grinds Gorn. Cob and Husk. Louisville, who made a most beautiful Wiu seIl cheap Call or addres3. talk on "Woodcraft." It was deliver- - j Mitchell and Co., dd in a most pleasing manner, aboundGreensburg, Ky. ing in much wholesome advice which HON. JAMES GARNETT. will prove of great benefit to all Neighbors who heard it. The speakers Bear in mind that Bishop McCoy He won for Attorney General in the Democratic State primary visit to Columbia will long be remem will preach at the Methodist church, by about 30,000 majority. bered oy nis orethern nere, and he is this place, the fourth Sunday in this fraternally invited to meet them on month. some future occasion. A Sudden Death. Death of Mr. J. D. Absher. We have some old clean wheat that At the close of Mr. Curtis' speech we will close out at 75 cents per busheL dinner was announced, and there was After a long illness, Mr. J . D. Ab- - Yesterday, a short time after the an abundance for the many hundreds We sell bran $1 per hundred pounds, or n in the north- - noon hour, the people of Columbia who were present. In fact, after 90 cents in 500 pound lots. sher, who was Smith & Stevenson- eastern portion of Adair county, died were startled upon hearing that Mrs. every body had been waited upon there 35-He j Mary Cave, the beloved wife of Rev. was enough left to have fed a multiMonday afternoon at 3 o'clock O. B. Finn, Campbellsville, Ky.. was about seventy years old, and was a , w. C, Cave, had died suddenly at her tude. In the afternoon Mr. G. P. attorney, and headquarters for cold drinks, improved. and was home. She was alone in her dwelling, Smythe, the kind and sympathetic man, quite popular in his neighborhood. He but a neighbor saw her fall and gave Rev. J. R. Crawford addressed the soda Fountain. Also a General line o drugs and staple groceries. was. very hospitable, and was perfect- the alarm. Doctors were summoned, assembly. The former took for his ly delighted while entertaining guests but she lived only a short time. Her subject the New and old Fourth, conW. II C. Sandidge, Ebinezer. at his home. His death cast a shadow husband, who is a minister, was out on trasting the two from shooting and Virgil Burton was tried before Judge F. J. Barger, Egypt. of gloom over the community where he his work, and did not reach home until frolicing, to a day of peaceful enjoy- Moss last Friday, charged with disturbZ. T. Williams, Columbia. ing a lawful assembly. He was fined was so well known and where he will several hours after his wife's demise. ment. twentv dollars and cost. J. R. Crawford, Columbia. be greatly missed The deceased maiden name was Smith, Mi Crawford took up the flag of our G. W. Pangburn, Gradyville He was a member of Egypt Masonic and she was a native of Taylor county. country, showing how it was respected, Messrs. W. C. Murrell and J. A. J. F. Black, Gradyville. 'Lodge, and was worshipful Master, at She was about forty-eigh- t years old, naming many notables who had fought Willis will go to Crocus in a few day3 J. F. Turner, Red Lick. the time of his death. He was buried and had been a consistent member of under it. Both of these speeches were B. M. Currie, Columbia. to finish up a large dwelling for a Mr. by the fraternity, many relatives and the Baptist Church for many years, highly enjoyable, C. F. Breeding, Providence. Petty. ' The funeral services 'were conducted friends being present Adair county people kuow how to T. E. Ennis, Greensburg. The News extends its sympathy to by Rev. D. H Howerton, in the pres act, but it is not out of place to state W. S. Dudgeon, Milltown. For Sale. all those who keenly feel the loss of enceofjnanv friends. The interment that the lawless were conspicuously J. F. Roach, Fry. this father, brother and friend. was in the Masonic lot Every body absent, and peace and enjoyment L F. Payne, Morris Chapel. A good mare and colt. Silas Denaay. ' feels for the aged husband who is al reigned throughout the day . D. H. Howerton, Zion. Five Head of Stock Burned. most heart broken, and for the little The Modern Woodmen are to to con- Co.umbia, Ky. orphan girl who had a home in the gratulated, and the thanks of their The rains helped the fnah potato Notice, Important sale. family. There were many flowera. many guests are due them. crop, but there will not be a half yield Mr Jo Shrives, who sells goods at in Adair county. The Font Hill Roller Mill and the site the old Patteson stand, two miles this Mr. J. T. Johnston, of the Mt Car-mFor Sale. side of Breeding, had the misfortune to on which same ts located, at Font Hill, neighborhood, is somewhat of a The prospect for a corn crop throughKy., will be sold under judgment of lose his barn by fire last Thursday cabbage grower He has a very fine out Adair couuny is very flattering. 44 acres of land four or five acres of Court at 1 o'clock p. m., on Monday, night. Two mules and one horse be- patch and commenced eating from it the 10th day of July. 1911, at the court- longing to Mr. Shrives, one horse own- the first day of June Mr. Johnston good timber, being a part of the' John The ice cream supper given by the house door in Jamestown, Ky., to the ed by Finis Sf range, and a horse be- wants Mr. Josh Butler to call at his L. Lapsley farm, lying on north side of Epworth League was a success. highest and best bidder on a credit of 6, longing to another gentleman and a home and get some new ideas about Jamestown and Columbia road. About 12 anp IS months time. Said mill is in lot of provender were consumed. Organ for Sale. growing this very excellent vegetable. one and fourth miles west of Esto, Ky. good running condition and well located. Mrs. Emerine Collins, Cultivating the cabbage is as easy as An extra nice organ for sale cheap. n The firm, Crutcher & 2831 Gould St. H. H. Danbar, Master C. R. C. C. shooting fish if a man knows how. 3l-t- f Minnie Kemp. Stark, Louisville, are closing out every 32-Dallas, Tex, thing in their line to make room for Rev. J. R. Crawford will preach on I desire again to remind the ministers Circuit Court opened at Leberty last fall goods. They have an immense the lawn at the home of Judge H. C. Dr. John 1. McClinton, who is a of the county of whatever evangelical stock from which to select, and all or. Baker, next Sunday afternoon, at 5:30 prominent physician at R o w e n a, Monday. faith, that the Pastors' Association ders will be promDtly filled. Mr. W. o'clock A cordial invitation is extend- charged with detaining a woman, inmeets at the M. E. Church, South, in Blackberies wanted at the Lind3ey- of this place, is a salesman ed to the public. The outdoor services dicted by a grand jury of Russell counColumbia, on Monday after the second in this store and orders from Adair are much more pleasant in the summer, ty, was tried at Jamestown, last week, Wilson. Sunday in each month. Bear in mind county will receive his personal atten- and hundreds should attend. and acquitted. The defense was reprethe meeting for next Monday at ten tion. Milltown. sented by Mr. Rollin Hurt, this place, o'clock a m. , and be present. Monday was County Court, and a and Phelps & Bertram, of the local bar. FARM FOR SALE. It contains 92 D. H. Howerton, Sec'y fair crowd in town. Some were here The State by Commonwealth's AttorMiss Mont Thomas who h acres, well watered, story and a half to learn the winners in tne State prima- ney A. A. Huddleston, the County At house, plenty of young timber, olose to ry, others to sell and buy stock, and torney, J. N. Meadows, and Judge been visitincr her sister Mrs. E. John Tyler Smith a church and school house. Will sell colored man who lived a few miles cheap if sold sdon. For information, quite a number to mingle with friends. Harrison, of the Monticello bar. The Breeding has returned home. It was a reasonably good day for the case was stubbornly fought to a finish from Columbia, died last Sunday morn- write or call on R. B. Guinn, Born to the wife of James merchants and other businesz men. ing. He was about sixty-siyears old Campbellsville, Ky. 3"4t. Mr. Morris Baldauf, who was an un- Beard a boy. and had been a pensioner for a quarter Mr. W. J. Lisle, who was a broth-er-i- n cle of Mr. Jo RosenfHd and of Mr. Leo of a century, drawing thirty dollars a Miss Vic Hughes entertained last Miss Julia Penick of law of Judge H. C. Baker, this Baldauf, who is a f Mr. month, the greater portion of the Saturday evening in honor of her visitplace, died very suddenly at his home Sam Lewis, died in Louisville last week j county 13 Visiting cousins time. He was a victim of inflamma- ors. Those present were; Alien Richin Lebanon last week. He was a law The deceased was a retired business tory rheumatism. Missess Helen and Minnie Penick. ardson, Juanita Richardson, Echel yer by profession, and was a Commis- man, and highly Respected. Mr. Bridgewaters, Grace Sutherland, Mu- sioned officer in the Federal army durattended the funeral Born to the wife of Jim HatchLast Sunday was National Peace riel warfield, Ray Montgomery, Romie ing the war. Sunday, and it was the subject in the Judd, Herschel Baker, E. G. Hulse, Mr. Scott Montgomery conveyed to er a boy. forenoon of Rev. B. M. Currie's dis- Tom Judd, Reed Shelton. We have sent out about eighteen S P. Summers, A. D. Patteson and Mr Sherrod Hatcher hasbought course. It was historical and was of week, a little hundred statements recently, and many John Lee Walker, last special interest. He also spoke enterMr. E L Sinclair is making prepara- friends to the News have responded, over three acres of land, lying back of a new thresher and will start out tainingly at the evening hour. tions to remove from this place to but we are anxiously waiting to hear their premises, for $800. threshing in a few days. Louisville. He had a sale last Monday. from many others. Send in your reCharles Turner, a boy, was convicted 'Mr. Herbert Smith left yesterday He calculates to make some kind of mittance, as the office needs the monMiss Mattie Hatcher and Joe in the Russell Circuit Court last week morning for Elizabethtbwn, as a dele- business in the city, but has not yet ey. for forgery. On account of his age he Thomas were the guest of Miss gate to the Epworth League Conference determined what he will engage in was sent to the House of Reform. It Ruth and Anliz Squres last Satin that city. "His report will be given Leslie Blair and Elihu Eastridge, who It is our unterstanding that he forged a at the Epworth League meeting next Mr. R. S. Goode, of Garber, Okla , live near Roley, this county, got into name to a check which was paid at ore urday and Sunday. Sunday night. who is a staunch friend to this paper, tronble one day last week, and the of the banks in Russell county. Misses Bert Thomas Bro Cabel' in enclosing a check for arrears, and a forrrer got badly hurt. It is said that Mrs. Nancy Kearns, who removed sufficiency to advance him for some his nose was almost bitten from his Rev. D. H. Howerton left Monday and Will Stinson were visiting at time, says: "Oklahoma is hot and dry. face. The facts will be brought out at for Campbellsville where he will make from Cane Valley to Highland Park Bale several days of last week. about one year ago, died last Saturday A fair wheat crop, but unless it rains the examining trial. an address at the Bible Institute. He Misses Mattie Hatcher, and her remains were brought to 'this soon there will be no corn." will return Friday afternoon accomcounty for interment. She leaves sevGeo W. Coomer, a boy about sixteen panied by his wife and son, who have Birt Thomas made a flying trip L The Liberty Fair will open August years old, who lived in the Sparksville been visiting her relatives in Russell- eral children. to Lebanon Junction a few days.,. 23, three days. In our fair dates the country, was adjudged a lunitic last ville. statement is madetthat it Begins the Monday, and sent to Lakeland. ." ago. catalogues have 22nd four days, which is a mistake. The Lindsey-Wilso- n Miss Kate Coomer, Who was twenty just been completed st this office. The The error will be corrected next week. Hon. W. H. Cole, who at one time years old, and whose home was neat Miss Susie Rodgers who made Graded School catalogue is in tyye, the Adair and Cumberland in Nell, this county, was adjudged a luna-- , represented Burkesville,' Tpmpkinsville and ColumThe wheat threshers are sow moving the Legislature, died a few days ago at tic last Wednesday, and sent to the a three week visit at Mrs . Edd, their respective fairs bia catalogues for S over the couaty. Several crops hare Cole Camp. asylum. . Hatcher has returned;home..' will be poshed, as rapidly as possible. , ... i. been threshed. ,n 3t I I 1 $o-- well-know- 2t well-know- n f ! m el well-know- 6t as wall-know- n x son-in-la- w her Todd Ros-enfie- ld and X V". At w- - . , , V, cr "t o f -- 4 ;' rJ fy - u. fi r3 V .? ?.. M 7' r tr' : ll k s r f, r- - Va',; 'S T.r v: -- c - S - ' ...T " r j J THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COLUMBIA DISTRICT, FOURTH visiting at J. B. AbreHsla3tj Sunday. j ANIMALS' TOILETS. Tur nnnrrnrDiTr oni mc uunrcucnHic oui-uic- mi-- n n. ROUND. Fur Seals Are as Particular as Wssien In Fixing Up. The cat carries her clothesbrush in her mouth, for with her rough tongue she cleanses her glossy coat as a boy brushes off his clothes. She licks one of her front paws and rubs it over her face and she is ready for her break- An incident I hat Marked ms Spirit mx XIN NIX ikinT7N7 I3K SIS. sM t vx mx t vx mx mx mx w M tiIn TKTKTTZsK MX MX MX MX NIX 7K. 7K7Kf L'. MX t MX Mr ! 7iNxKxiNxiN-xlNxiNX- MX V Born to the wife jof Mr. G. B. West Monticello, Bethesda Williams, June 19, 1911, a son. July 1. Mr. J. B. Rasner who has been Alexander. Cha Monticello, sick for some time is not any and Independence, Army" in the American Review of Reviews Randolph n. McKim writes: "It seems to me as I look back that one of the things which stood out strongly in the Confederate army was the independence and the initiative of the individual soldier. It would have been a better army in the field if it had been welded together by a stricter discipline, but this defect was largely atoned for by the strong individuality of the units in the column. It was not easy to demoralize a body composed of men who thought and acted In a spirit of independence in battle. "As an illustration of the spirit of the private soldier I recall an incident to this effect. Major General Gordon had organized a column to make a night attack on Grant's lines at Petersburg. When he was ready to move and the order to advance was given a Big Texan stepped out of the ranks and said: " 'General Gordon, this column can't move before 1 a. m. The meu have a truce with the Yanks, and it ain't up till 1 o'clock.' "The column did not move till that hour. The private in the ranks had taken command, and the major general recognized his authority." In his "Glimpses of the Confederate 7K IN NIX i I ?K nix xin PFMF MBER THAT 7K K 7K MX 7K MX MX xK MX XIN XIN NIX N July 2- -3. Jamestown, Rowena July 5. Russell Springs, R u s s e 1 1 Springs July 89. Albany, Albany July 1516. Clinton, Davis Chapel July 17. Peytonsburg, Poplar Grove-J- uly 20. better at this writing. I Bear creek, Rose of 29-- 30. Sharon-J- uly Chapel-J- uly 4 Burkesville, 30-- 31. Allen's Renox, Terrys Chapel Aug 1. Glensfork, Sparksville Aug 2. Thurlow, Ladys Chapel Aug. 56. Greensburg, Quisenberry & Early Aug. 1213. Union sister, Mattie, were visiting Lizi GAMBLED FOR A GIRL zie Abrell last Tuesday. PONGEES HARD TO MATCH. Aug. 20 Lucien Bonaparte Won Mr. Bennie Pendleton and Prince From His Brother Pierre.a Bride Because Each Piece Is Made From 21. One Lot of Raw Silk. wife from Absher, were visiting It is said that the two brothers. Campbellsville Cir., Souls Pongee silk is the undyed silk of Prince Louis Lucien Bonaparte and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Prince Pierre, in their early youth silkworms fed on the leaves of scrub Chapel Aug 22. Hardwick, last Saturday night when shooting mouflons in the moun- oak chiefly, though other trees are Mannsville, Mount Zion Aug. tains in Corsica, came across a beau- used in some portions of the pongee and Sunday. tiful peasant girl with whom they both district. The silk is produced almost 26-Ridge Aug. 1920. Campbellsville Sta. 27. Spurlington Foxes, dogs and wolves do not use Mr. L. H. 'Bricken and J. B. their mouths when they need to wash Abrell were in Russell county and brush,, but scratch themselves vlc- orously with their hind paws and are one day last week on business. as fresh as ever. The her long, rough tongue There will be a singing at the combs cow with of hair until it is clean her coat Little Cake church the first and curly. The horse more than any other animal depends on his owner to Sunday evening in July conduct- keep his coat in proper condition, but ed by S: T. Williams and S. P. often he will roll on the green grass or rub himself down against a tree 'or Overstreet. fence. Field mice comb their hair with their Mrs. Sarah Abrell and Miss hind legs, and the fur seal in a similar Etwol Williams were shopping manner spends as much tithe as a woman in making herself look smart. at Eunice one day last week. Although the elephant appears to be thick skinned and callous, he takes Mr. Dud Abrell from Russell great care of his skin. lie often gives county was visiting his uncle, J. himself a shower bath by drawing water into his long trunk and blowing B. Abrell, last Saturday night it on the different parts of his body. After the bath he sometimes rolls himand Sunday. self in a toilet preparation of dust to Miss Etwol Williams and little keep off the flies. Our Dumb Animals. fast. b XIN MX 7K NIX IN xK IN. XT. 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Miss Jessie Wier who has had measles has about recovered and will begin her school the third day of July. Mr. J. A. Webb, merchant of this place is still doing a good business. Mr. Logsfn Rexroat and Miss Loula Tarter, were happily united in matrimony a few days ago. Mr. W. E. Weir while hoeing corn last week stepped on thfe largest rattle snake he thinks he ever saw, and he has seen many. The snake was in the act of swallowing a partridge or it would perhaps have bitten him. Mr. Smith of Smiths Bottom, was through here last week inspecting sheep. Mr, O. J. Weir a former resi-- ! . dent of this place has been hired to teach anotTer year in Claflin, Kansas, at a salary of $1,000 a year. He has taught there two yeaas and seemingly given per-fesatisfaction. The ing program: The beginnings of preventive medicine U. L. Taylor, Columbia, Ky. How shall we keep our children from dying? William Blair, Glensfork, Ky. How 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 Jaw a good one? W. R. Griasom, Columbia. Ky. How long should we wait for our pa trons 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 to talk on these subjects, and we will have an inteiesting, and profita b!e meeting. Don't forget the date. U. L. Taylor, Program Committee fell violently in love. Who she was and whether she favored both brothers or neither I cannot tell. Be that as it may. they quarreled. Les preux chevaliers of old would no doubt in similar occurrence have had recourse to lance and sword. The Corsican princes decided to play for their belle a game of cards. They went to the nearest inn and wrote and signed a paper agreeing that whichever won the game should marry the lady fair. Prince Lucien won and. faithful to his word, a short time after married her. She never left the island as far as I know. Prince Lucien lived in England, securing to her a comfortable income, which she received till her death, somewhere about the spring of 1S91. From the Princess Murat's Memoirs. adjacent. exclusively In Shantung province and portions of north China immediately !: IN XIN The System will be Better for the Subscriber and also the Publisher We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al IN SK m. IN MX xK x MX TTn Vester. Mrs. Kate Sutton was quite ill several day3 of last week. Mrs, Sarah Burton, Mrs. Julia Knight and Mrs. Evelyn Smiley, all of McGaha, were visiting Mrs. S. J. Dooley, last Friday. Mrs. Lindia Smith was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Gracie Burton, of this place, last Friday j night. t Dooley was the pleasant guest of Mrs. Kate Sutton, last Friday night. Mrs. Becky Harmon spent a week or so with her daughter, Mrs. Sillar Burton. Mrs. Annie Neat is visitine her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John E Burton, of near Watson. Misses Malindia Dooley, Oma Whited and Liza Dooley, attend- ed the Teacher's Association, at the Hutcherson school house, last Sunday. I Miss Lena The real pongee cloth, made of this IN uncolored specially produced silk, is NIX IV IN distinct from the pongees of commerce made in all colors from other IN silk. Each piece of cloth is made NIX In from a particular lot of silk, and NIX therefore each piece varies from all IN IN other pieces in exact quality, weight :$IN 7Tn and fineness and in a slight degree in 7K color and other qualities. NIX There are certain general grades of IN XIN MX cloth, certain varieties of weave, cerIN X1N NIX tain popular weights, etc., but women TN shopping in Chinese pongees find it XIN very difficult to match pieces, and on the face of things it is practically impossible to furnish any great number of pieces of a certain weight, grade MX IN and quality 'such as a modern clothing NIX manufacturing establishment would IN XIN Flower Perfumes. require to standardize a certain line of A garden full of flowers is more fra- - garments from 7lN that particular cloth. MX llo. .1T"r1 . o. lmirl fVinTl . minn. v. ""iiu f,i.ni . ii New York Sun. j H when bathed in sunshine; at least that Ha XIN is the conclusion to which experiments NJX Located His Station. of a French scientist lead. He asserts XIN There was an absentminded bishop that it is light and not. as commonly believed, oxygen that exerts "the great-- ! in western Ontario, who was constant- NIX est influence in desortying odors. Ac- - j ly finding himself In awkward situa- XIN cording to the same authority, the in- tions on account of his extreme abIN On a certain occasion he tensity o'f the perfume given off by a straction. IN flower depends upon the relation be- was traveling from London in a northtween the pressure of water in the erly direction and found when the IN cells of the plant, which tends to drive conductor approached him that lie had IN out the essential oils that cause the forgotten where he was to go. The X NJX IN en ..froafn-.... lif- - trtl.. .,.. N IN .! ..V. . W .odor, and the action of the sunlight, l :& which tends to diminish water pres- from the next station and find out his ? XIN sure in the cells. Sprinkling the plant destination. It was before the days of MX XIN x increases the turgescence and as a long distance telephones, and the NIX consequence a more copious production bishop telegraphed to his wife from XIN MX of perfume. At night the air round a the first station, "Where was I go- 7K flower bed is heavy with odors, be-- ing?" to be answered at the following cause then their emanation is not op- - station. The answer came, "Exeter; MX ovl nosed bv the sunlisrht. Iunv be sure to get off there." The bishop XIN Tribune. then beamed at the anxious conductor XIN IN and remarked placidly: "These little 3n The Shapes of Eggs. difficulties always turn out satisfacMX 7K There was recently had before the torily." Argonaut. MX Zoological society of Loudon a matheXIN in matical discussion of the differences the shape of eggs. A few egss. like MX It Depends on the Dog. K those of the owl and the tortoise, are Two Broadway business men met ik spherical, or nearly so: a few. like the IN x ! grebe's or the cormorant's are ellip- - f before a bar. They were good friends. XIN "I m worried a little, said one. vIX tical. with symmetrical ends; the great MX majority, like the hen's, are ovoid, or "My chauffeur ran over a dog today XT XIN NIX x& blunter at one end than the other. The and killed it." 7K " "Oh, I wouldn't worry about a little NIX foreM hen's is always laid blunt end 7K In most. Eggs that are the most uusym-metric- thing like that." said the other. "The j: NIX dog probably got in the way. These XIN are also eggs of large size F NIX MX relatively to the parent bird. The dogs are a pest." tN XIN s your dog." "Bur it iA., yolks of eggs are spherical, whatever M xK "What!" came from the second. fN of the entire egg may be. the form : X vt vv; MX vX M "& Mi "My do? I'm sorry, but tha't will rNxKxKxfNXiNxK7iNxiNXlN7K7lN7K xKxiNxNXKxKxi7K7KiN7R cost you 9100. That chauffeur of lllCJUMiu in u num. nit? h ime. which makes the pressure everywhere yours is too careless. I insist on the on the surface of the yolk practically j hundred, understand." New York Telegraph. constant. Scientific American. 2n ready Large List . ? -- I 50 I -- -.. j I One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly 1 Courier Journal One Year J Louisville Times and News ce al $4.50 5 w-i- tTJJ.Vlr ; v nTK I To eke out his salary the people of a small country church gave their pas- tor a douation party, among the pre-- ! euts being a fine new dress coat for the pastor and a pretty bonnet for bis wife. they following On Mr. Leslie Shepherd and Miss walkedthe the aisle in Sunday ashabili- et up their new j Lena Dooley, were the guests of ments the cuolr inadvertently struck out with the voluntary much to the Miss Oma Whited, last Saturday discomfiture of the sensitive clergy- Town taxes are now due call and set-li- e man and his wife "Who are these in afternoon. at once. Geo. 'Coffey; Collector, bright array?" Ladies' Home Journal. ! Just a Bit Too Apt. I ' Cross Purposes. "Can you tell me something about the game laws around here?" asked the stranger in Crimson Gulch. 'Well." replied Three Fingered Sam. "I could, but my advice to you would be If you don't know the rules or a game don't try to play it." Washington Star. Character. .Should one tpll you that a mountain had changed its place you are at liberty to doubt it. but if any one tells you that a man has changed his character do not believe it Mohammed. German Pedigree Book. There Is in Germany what Is known as the "German Pedigree Book." or The "Deutsches Geschlechterbuch." purpose of the pedigree book, according to a Berlin correspondent, is to record the ancestry not of nobles, but of bourgeois persons who can prove that they are of genuine middle class or working class, ancestry and have no noble blood in their veins. The editor explains in his preface that, while many German nobles "out of court and material considerations have not kept their blood pure, there are many good business class families which have managed to do so." By thus encouraging the proper pride of such families the pedigree book Is doing much to eradicate the traditional envy of the noblea. mokers Attention A Few of our Specials for Smokers Box of 50, per box " ' 50 ' ' " ' 100 ' ' " ' 100 ' ' " ' 100 ' " ' 50 ' ' " 50 ' ' 50 ' ' " , Owl Cigars," $1.85 j Mr3. Octavia Cole and children, V "But mamma thinks I am too young to marry." "Why should she think that? You'r Health of this community is Mr. Clem Burton, wife and much older than she was when she got married, aren't you?" reasonably good at present. children, were visiting Mrs. "Yes, but father was drawing f Wheat cutting is the order of Sarah Burton, of near MaGaha, much larger salary at the time than you're getting." Chicago Record-Heralthe day. in this section. last Saturday and Sunday. d. were visiting Mrs. Sillar Burton, last Sunday. . Young, but Wise. We had a nice rain the people Mr. Lora Burton and wife were glad. were sure visiting the latter's parents in Our Sunday school at this place Russell county, last Saturday is getting along nicely under the and Sunday. iinanagement of S. P. Over-stree-t. Misses Malindia and Lena Doo- Practiced, but Not Perfect. Jack I'll be frank with you. You are not the first girl I've kissed by any means. Maud And I'll be equallj frank with you. You have a great dea to learn, even at that. Boston Transcript. CITY HALL PHARMACY, Cut Rates The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. . 1.75 Daniel Boone , 3.60 Straus No. 9 3.75 Chas. Denby 3,75 San Felice 1.85 El. Toro Porto Rican 4.00 Optimo 10c St. Size ',5.50 Optimo 2 for 25c Size " ' 50 ' ' Quail Perfect .3.50 , " ' 50 ' 3.75 La Aaz 10c St. Size " ' 100 ' ' 10c St. Size 7.50 Filson Club " ' 25 ' - 2.85 Filson Club 2 for 25c Size " ' 50 ' . Cherterfield Cigaretts, all brands of 5c sold by us 6 packs ' for ' 25c All 15c branes 2 for 25c All 2oc brands for 20c Mail orders filled on the same day as received. Sixth & Jefferson " A . '. 4 LOUISVILLE, KY. Courier-Journ- al 4. ley were in Columbia shopping Resolve not to be poor: whatever you have, spend less. Dr. Johnson. Mr. J. B. Piles and wife, were last Tuesday. X "V -- tA .v .v,... - " M. - '. v-- . sUi-Si.- , . ,,-- . vsr. H - :W . . .'t; 'Tt'V ft PW --)--- .- V- - '?'$ '$& ??-- - J- -, . " V -- 4 IHfi ADAIR MUSICAL M MOUNTAINS. COUNTY' NEWS TIMELY BREVITIES Earliest violins were produced In 15G0. iiMRR fiF TPF Poker. A RI Y TIMFI i i i Y WNTC :iuuuuiuiuiuiuuiiuttuittii tiuuuHiuiiuuimutiiiniHiij ISingif Cliffs In the Pyrenees snd Soaring Sands In Hawaii. In certain parts of the world are mountains and bills which are said by the natives to sing. In the Pyrenees certain cliffs emit plaintive sounds resembling the stratus of a harp. Two other cliffs in the same chain are called the "snorers." When the wind is in the southwest they send forth a pe- culiar sound not altogether musical. The faces of these cliffs are marked bydeep gullies, open in front, which may be compared to the pipes of an organ. At certain times a stratum of i air, held between tiro cliffs and bordering trees, closes the openings while the wind blows freely between through j the gullies, or organ pipes, behind; hence the music that is heard. At the confluence of the Orinoco and the Rio Meta are granite cliffs which sing at sunrise. Humboldt refers to the phenomenon as the musical stones , of the Orinoco. The music is caused by i luou , """- --i partly closed by mica. Mnnv innrA (irnmnlps nilsrhf ho rifpd to show that nature makes use of prin ciples which have been adopted by man in the creation of musical sounds, Nor are the musical sounds of nature confined to rocks, mountains and hills. for In Hawaii is a sand bank fifty feet j , 1, i. 3 mnPui UC11 UtU i.o,i HV LU UllLIU Ut. Ul,U It i,;i. about in the loose sand, produces a j' sound like that of a melodeon. It is said that if the observer slides down j the bank on his back, dragging both ' hands in the sand, the sound becomes as loud as faint thunder. Harper's l Weekly. I ! ' ' ' FOB 1,1-- m - Hawaii is the pineapple farm of the world. Yachts were first constructed in England In 1004. Voting by ballot was introduced in St. Louis In 1842. Last year 1.310,411 barrels of herring were caught in Norwegian waters. The president's mall amounts to about 1,000 letters a day and 4,000 newspapers and books. This year marks the six hundreth anniversary of the invention ot spectacles. A new motor horn changes its tone at the will of the chauffeur by slight- ly changing the position of the bulb. The London Mendicity society pos- sesses nearly 40.000 begging letters, of which 87 per cent are absolutely deservln ' According to the census returns, just published, the population of Paris is now 2.84G.9SG. an increase of 124,- 255 since 1900. A fruit picking machine which will " "uc "Uit """" a chute into baskets without bruising is a New Yorker's invention. An English cruiser which had been t in the water for seven years was recently relieved of forty tons of barnacles, mussels and vegetable growth. Maria Krissoff of Vilna, Russia, is petitioning for a divorce because her husband shot off her high heels as she was walking in their garden one mornAN ILL MATED PAIR. ing. Cinematograph films which were tak Wide Apart In Temperament Were en during the recent champagne riots I . .. I I .. !.. i nomas ana -- dr.c wr.y.c. ln prance enabled the police to identify , assort-- 1 and arrest many of those who took That the Carlylos were an ill ed couple no one could deny. She was part a highly strung, nervous woman, very HavIng a seatinr capacity for 40,000 ' quick, able and impatient, disappoint-- , spectator3 and standing room for an- ed with her married life and her posi- - nth mmo rlu. et!,Hi,,m nt tu Turin tion, jealous of the admiration which exhibition is the largest of its kind in Carlyle received at the hands of all world. his admirers, especially of one or two New Yorkers should fee! wealthier women, whom she found very unsymthis year than last, for their real es- pathetic. $S97.048,GS3 than That Carlyle adored her there is lit- - tate is worth according to more asses-- i the it was then, tie doubt. lie loved her with all the rough, passionate power of his nature, sors' figures. a An but he was a peasant in manner and ' inhnr It.ili.in. fiinspnnp R.irtoll. .iffpr in ho, c.ioort nt fir lacking in all the little character and u ciock wuouy 01 e'ass. anu u outward signs of devotion and affec-- , ' Is sald to be a wonderful piece Of tion which so m.nnv wnmpn Psnrt and thP nhsencp of which thor rosent most ' technical work. The house in which Thomas Carlyle bitterly s born at Ecclefechan has been sold Mrs.'carlvle found herself tied to an irritable genius who, sensitive at every l to the London syndicate which pos-- . n.nrivip's hnni ir Phninn nnd f5KP point, deeply devoted to her, but absowill be furnished to represent the lutely Incapable of translating that love into the language which she house as it was in Carlyle's boyhood, t Prior to the discovery of petroleum ' craved and longed for. I remember in Pennsylvania the oil shale of Xew her once savin? to me in a bitter way, "My dear, whatever you do, never Brunswick, known as albertite, was marry a philosopher." and that was largely shipped to the United States, the key to the enigma the woman al- where it was used in the production ways hungering for proofs of the de- of illuminating gas. The total output of asbestos in this ' votion in which the whole of her daily 's wanting. From Lady St. country in 1910 was 3.G19 tons, valued life was "Memories." at $08,357, an increase In production of 20 per cent over that of 1909. Georgia and Vermont are the chief asbestos j Fhysiognomy Not Reliable. I am a profound disbeliever in phys- producers In this country. iognomy. Features are false witnesses. Inhabitants of the little town of Elected to Heaven. Stupidity frequently wears a mask of Feoflorina. in Russia, have built a ' An African Methodist revival was in Intelligence. I know business men who schoolhouse from the proceeds of a look like poets and poets who look voluntary tax of a penny per glass progress at Buxton, ln. Brother Johnlong and like business mpn. Men of genius in- of vodka consumed which they im- - son - had "wrastled"Miltirlnn " At hard i ito " "lu l" fa" "" Inct" l" "u variably look like idiots, aud if you posed on themselves for a whole year me mnu&iui luse mc.ii.xij'. pick out the man who looks most em"Ladies and gentlemans," he said, "1 inent in a party you are sure to find England for soft cheeses, a Yorkshire move you that Bro' Johnsing's sins be he is a nobody. I always distrust men agricultural college has Issued leaflets who look magnificent. Nature is a to encourage farmers to make cheeses forgiven him." "1 second dat motion," came simulstingy creature. She seldom gives a of the types of Camembert. Brie. Pont taneously from a dozen dusky throats. man the double gift of being great ifeveque ana nervals as made in And his sins were unanimously forcad looking great. She took care to France. given. Success. lame Byron and deform Pope and disA French portable theater includes figure Johnson. But the crowning ex- modern tent, with knockdown stage, An Old Delusion. ample of her jealous parsimony is scenery, dressing rooms, chairs and an Father of the Fair One How can Shakespeare. I have always been disper- you possibly think of marrying my appointed with Shakespeare's face. It electric plant Apparatus and formers are hauled from town to town daughter? You say that by the strictup to his poetry. It is does not live in twenty-ou- e special cars drawn by est economy you can save only $10 a dull, heavy and commonplace. From eight traction engines. month! "Adventures In London." Having been in vogue for centuries, Poor but Worthy Poet Oh. yes, but the custom of ringing two bells, one to if we both save it will be $20. PhilaThe Mistake. In his biography of Alexandre Du- - summon the rich and the other the delphia Press. mas Harry A. Rpurr says that the im poor to vestry meetings, has now beenNot a Renter. provident French author, who hated discontinued at Northleach, GIoucsj tersuire on tue grouud that it is out of The fly had carelessly alighted on a avarice, was once waiting In line for sheet of fly paper. his cloak at a soiree when he saw a keeping with modern feeling. millionaire give a tip of 50 centimes (10 it a recent sale in New York city "I understand." said his more wary cents) to the servant who handed out ct the library of the late Miles M. friend, "that you are greatly attached his paletot. Dumas, getting his cloak, O'Brien, banker and president of the to your new home." "Yes." he replied. "In fact. I'm threw down a 100 franc note. "Par- board of education, a complete set of don, sir; you have made a mistake, I the signatures of the presidents of the stuck on it" Milwaukee Sentinel. think," said the man, offering to re- Dcited States from Georsre Washinjr Wiredrawn. turn the note. "Xo. no, friend," an- ton to William II. Taft was sold for i "Bobby, you mustn't make fun of swered Dumas, casting a disdainful ?1U0. glance at the millionaire;. '"it is the Over the fountain Augusta Victoria the young man who comes to see Myrother gentleman who has made the at Hamburg is to be built a pavilion tle. He is not so awfully thin." "Ain't he. maw? When he crosses mistake." after the style of a Roman temple. This has been designed by the German one leg over the other both feet rest emperor, who has also composed the on the floor." Chicago Tribune. Shakespeare In France. upon a choice bit of following inscription for the fountain: I once stumbled Reassuring. French quotation from Shakespeare. "Nymph, dispense the healing waters Nervous Party The train seems to to the sick; may God restore them, was a tale by TJchard, It The distinguished author of this tale cured and rejoicing1 to their families." be traveling at a fearful pace, ma'am. Elderly Female Yus. ain't it? My rendered "Frailty, thy name is woIn a quarter of a century the numBill's of the ingin,an' 'e can man," by "Fragilite, e'est le nom d'une ber of members enrolled in the namake 'er go when 'e's got a drop o' femme" ("Fragility, that is the name tional college fraternities has risen of a woman"). Strauss. ftom 72.000 to almost 270,000. of drink in whom 30.000 are women. The underHow She Got Him. A Woman's Compliment. graduate membership In a normal year "How did she ever get him, I wonnow ranges between 30,000 and 35.000, "I admire your hair, dear." der?" ftad of the more than 1,700 chapters of "Thanks." "You see, another girl had just a good deal of trouble tnese societies 1,100 own or rent "But isn't it broken his heart, and she happened to to find that peculiar shade in the houses which at a conservative esti- be where she could render first aid to shops?" "Washington Herald. mate are. valued at more than $S,000.-00- the injured." Chicago Record-Heral- ! ue,mU.ueu es ( i I i I -- -- ' 1JV i ! T-- , ..... j J I I I a"g rir ( 1 I J He-lier- J . ' California judge has ruled thai poker is not an American game. To any man who has ever furnished Capped Elbow In Horse. the lights and the lunch, the table and And we all Frequently horses in lying down economize the chairs, liquids and cigars for a press the foot or the shoe against the ..., nf f,.nn,l .inrl rtfrlit nn trm nt nil by buying where we can causes inflam-tuino- r ! or shoe lowest PRICES any nroviae au tne money uisu, iiumi boil. The diseased condition Is diffi- a ceases to be a game and becomes cult to repair, as there is little flesh slaughter. or muscle at the joint of the elbow When guests will eat your sand- where the trouble starts. wiches and raise you out of hands Treatment consists of opening the that you have won. isn't the California, judge rightV Poker isn't a game; its In case the swelling is hot and pain a misdemeanor. When men will smoke ful an application of lead acetate will ;38 your good cigars and remind you that prove comforting and helpful. In preyou were 10 cents shy in a pot twenty paring the lotion use two tablespoon-ful- s GREENSBURG, KY. minutes ago. poker isn't a game; it's of acetate of lead to a quart of grand larceny. water. There is no objection to inAnd on top of all this, when yonr jecting a little of this into the openguests deput. their pockets bulging ing. An injection of a little tincture with your money, instead of thanking of iodine once a day into the opening you for your hospitality, they chuckle Is desirable also. In treating cases of among themselves and remark: this kind it is a good practice to wrap "Let us know wheu you're going to about the horse's foot a pad of straw do thte again, will you? It's the softest or hay for cushioning the foot. Amer Offers Hog Lard 50 lb Tins $5.50 thing we know of." ican Agriculturist. out the cat for Then you quietly put Hogless Lard 50 lb Tins $4.49 fear she'll suffocate in the tobacco Digestible Poultry Foed. smoke downstairs if she's left indoors, j Highest Grade Fancy Patent Flour 65c 241bs bag The Maine experiment station has t turn out the lights and crawl into bed. " $5.00 per Bbl. wondering what fool ways men had of made some useful digestion experimoney before poker ments with poultry. These experigetting rid of their Second Patent Flour, 55c 241bs bag ments show that corn has a higher diwas invented- .- Detroit Free Press. " any other grain tested. " gestibility than $4.49 per Bbl. Wheat bran shows a low digestibility Used to Kissing. at present prices is not an econom- - 3 Lard anp Flour bothe Guaranteed to give satisfaction. If They were in a magnificently deco-- , of eJ cal feed- - A Parts rS not exactly as represented, we invite you to return. No rated room in the west end of London.) hne cut clovermixture ,, v. and cornmeal is more f. .,i iilJjJiuatiJi:u uuv.ii uwui . 1UC.V cnarge J.or wnat it taKes to try. nnnnaita lirsrrirms. One of them was digestible and a more economical feed mixing of about 7 per -pale as a ghost, the other blushing than bran. The Wire and Wire Fence cent of bone ash with a ration consist red as a cherry. 9 bars 38 in. Stardard 25c 10 Bars 47 in Standard 28c Presently they met. and. careless of ing wholly of vegetable matter gave slightly higher average digestion coeftue fact that dozens of eyes were " " 18ic 8 " 32 in. 7 bars 26 in 2&o watching them, they kissed each other, ficients than when the mixture was Barbed Wire, Arrow Brand, $1.65 Spool of 80 rods. Tne meeting seemed to bring them fed without it. perfect peace; but, alas, alack, they Barbed Wire, Gliddens Brand $2.50 Spool of 80 rods. Progressive Agriculture. had scarcely been side by side twenty n m.-nnnroached with Wire and Wire products have advanced fully ten per cent. w,,ic Crop rotation in which the legumes, e his eye. With cool fire of battle in such as cowpeas, soy beans, vetch but we offer at same prices as made before any advance. solence he raised the stick he carried, and the clovers, have a prominent and then oh. horror he struck a place will build up the soil and place sharp, quick blow, and the pale one an unprofitable farm upon a paying was sent spinning several ieei away. 10-- 2 basis. Plan a rotation that will im- at 90c for Corn at $1.05 corn or tobacco other neither screamed nor prove tne fertility of the soil and at The at $1.30 for Tobacco. fainted. There was no heartbreaking. the same time keep up the income ' m no resentment, not even a murmur. This is progressive ag- from the farm. Write for prices, any analysis you need. 3 Billiard balls are used to that sort riculture. rfl of thing. Disc Harrows following Bargain Prices Grated Onions For Turkey Scours. ' 8 Discs 16 in. at $17.00 10 Discs 16 in. at $18.00 Risky. A man who has had a good deal of ' ' $19.50 impecunious acotsmen once experience raising turkeys says he "" Two 12 8 18 $19.00 came upon a wayside inn. They had has just one remedy for scours in " ' $20.50 12 10 18 $21.50 oeuween meui, eu young turkeys and that is grated on- -' only "saxpence whusky." thev ordered one "nio o' Other sizes at same proportion ions. He has raised turkeys in Illinois, They were hesitating who should Korth Dakota and Arizona and says have the first drink when an acqualnt-- that at the first signs of bowel trouble ance joined tnem. in the poults he begins feeding them Two HorseaWalking $15.50 and $16.00 Pretending that they had just drunk. onions and after that he has no more one of them handed the newcomer the trouble. Two Horse Riding $25.00 and $27.00 whisky, requesting him to join them Our Cultivators are the best made. All Equip- in a drink. He did so and after a few minutes of painful suspense said, SHEEP PROFITABLE ped with 8 points 4 shovels and 4 Bull Tongues. ; "Now, boys, you'll have one with me?" Five tooth Cultivators with leverl$2.25 "Wasna that weel managed, mon?" AND EASY TO KEEP " " " $3.10 Fourteen tooth said one to his companion afterward. "Aye," said the other, "but dreadfu' 2s Black Hawk Corn Planters, Check Rowers $34.00 2 horse risky." Ideas. j I FAKB H ii i VinnPV K nn yi a OH If 5.w! - must .- - s.r. get "the and Everything. an WOODSON LEW S The Great Green River Merchandise g Distributor s s pure " at 1 E: fd 3 m "I sr 5 y I . g E E 2 in-th- EE Fertilizers 1-8-2 g - 2-8- -4 J Tit-Bits- .- at . Cultivators ?r S g E E: I Er S Valuable Farm Animal Too Often Reelected. ,i ;jj2 " Drills One horse with Fertilizer $11.50 " " " " " " plain $9.50 We make the Price We belong to no retailers combine. ..- - "" ARE YOU WITH US. ( I j i j The sheep is the worst neglected jjjjjg Correspondence Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. and the least appreciated animal on j : our farms. It is a fact that the sheep rS m a of r coS.s itiJiiMiMiHunHHiium!'!!!!!!! not excepting the hog. ihe one ad vantage that the bog has is that it is a scavenger and consumes much of thing else in the house pattern Vincennes, Jnd. the waste on the farm. Any farm that supports a small pasline. ture should have a few sheep. Even Vincennes is located on the if the land is rough and apparently June 15, 1911 manageworthless for crops, by wise banks of the Wabash river, in the ment It may be terraced and sown to Editor News:. southwestern part of the State. Bermuda or some other hardy grass Thinking some of my Adair for sheep grazing. It's population is 20,000, there 'As foragers sheep are second to county friends would 1 ike to being four rail roads running ia none unless it he their relativBf the require little other food know where I am, and what I here; goat. Sheep the E. G. H., running- than the pasture, except in winter, when they should be housed and fed am doing for pastime, 1 will try North and South, the B. & O., ' hay and a little concentrated food. and write a few lines. i running East and West, the Van- rapidly, and the Sheep reproduce money invested In them is soon reWell I am employed by the dalia runs from here to Indianturned with interest. There are few animals that will pay as well when Klemeyer" Lumber Co., as yard- apolis, and a branch of the Big given the proper attention. man at this place. There are Four runs South from here to Most every farm needs animals to afford fresh meat in season during five men with myself. Also Cario, 111. It is no trouble to get the year. Mutton is palatable and fi fa deliver the lum- - out of this place. There are d rf wholesome. and the animal being j small makes sheep desirable for this ber over the city," SO the COmpa- - good schools and churches here, E g g -- ES i. ar Jj mmmninnrnnrnmimiiK ! i , E2T 'L nn ,nd reasons why you products for sale. Farm and Ranch. ZZZ ZZ should have these ny certainly does a big businesi, l and every thing to make a good. 1 'im.-Tit-- Bits. Hens Need Exercise. Remember that laying hens should have plenty of exercise to stimulate good health and to transform food into eggs. See that the hens scratch and exercise their bodies even If they are confined within close quarters. This will be necessary If the egg is normal. pro-ducti- ou ' 0. " t t f you. take your hair off and rest it?" f .Ladies Home Journal. w5 v So Gentle and Nice. "You have no idea," said Ethel, "how my poor head hurts me.", "Well." said her friend, "why don't 1 In Sydney, South Australia, a sum c? $500,000 is to be provided annually Not Golden. The power of speech is a gift vouchsafed to man alone, and the effect of ft Is to render silence, perhaps the grandest thing in all the world, a bore to kI.-Pu- ck. by parliament for the use of men who desire loans to enable them to build a dwelling house or enlarge one already in their possession, or to discharge mortgages on their homes. The law requires that those who benefit by this s of their infund shall earn come by "actual personal exertion" and that they shall not hare an income of over $1,500 a year. four-flfth- Cash Producer. A profitable ben is one that has the power of consuming large amounts of food and converting it into eggs economically. She may not be a very pretty fowl, and she may not be a Our Principal Excitement. "You don't have any earthquakes or thoroughbred, but she is a cash properiodic upheavals In America." ducer and is in demand on the farm. "No; a roller skating craze breaks out about every ten years." Louisville When Hens Fail. Courier-Journa. When hens pass their second laying year they are poo- - 1 vers: also when Anything Would Do. tlwy are crowded, having too many in "I don't "want you for a the flock; also when fed too much corn "Perhaps you have some other good or when not provided with plenty of pasition you could give me." Spokane fresh Water or when their houses are Bpokesman-Reviewkept ln a filthy condition. A d. , I l. son-in-law- ." .- There are two yards here, the city other being the Vincennes LUm- - I would like to be in old Ken--b- er yard. It is owned by the ttcky for a few days, but as I same company. There are eight am not ready to make the trip, I yards in all. three being located will have to wait awhile, I will close with best wishes to in Illinois, at Bridgeport, Mar- shall and Newton, and five in the good people of Adair county Indiana, at Washington, Wheat- - and if this escapes the waste land and Oaktown, and the other basket I will try again some Yours sincerelyt two here at Vincennes. This is time, headquarters, so all the lumber i M. fl. Grissohi." is loaded in the cars here, and A Peek Into His Pocket. shipped to the other yards. shown hnw fhs hvr rvf R.i,HU We load and unload from five ' ca Salve that RS.Loper, acarpenter.bf to fifteen car loads of lumber a Marilla, N. Y. alwaps carries." I have week. There are about two never had a cut, wound, bruise, or sore it million feet of lumber on the would not hea,'"he writes. Greatest. butheaIerof burn3' boil3' scalds- - chaP yards here now-not- hing hands and lips, pme, cypress and red cedar, also L. and piles, 25c al j tions, eczema, corns lime, plaster, cement, and every ' pauu Drug Co, ' fever-sore- s, skin-erur. THE'AUAIR COUNTS NEttS THE ADAIR COUNTY HEWS crats in this Published Every Wednesday BY THE part of the Common- the 3rd Sunday inlfJuly. Every wealth, when we state that we body invited. Dont be afraid are all rejoicing over Mr. Gar- - but what you will get your din- nett's magnificent victory, and ner. Singing conducted by Otis Stapp. Webbs X!?Roads. w&mss&msmm mm mmmmmmmmmmm A when the final contest comes, will show to other parts of the ( Incorporated.) State that no mistake has been CHAS- S. HARRIS EDITOR. made. Adair County Democrats and this entire side of old KenDemocratic newspaper devoted to the Interest ol the City of Columbia and the people tucky tender their many thanks if Adair and ad jacent counties. to the many who helped to place on our ticket, Mr. Garnett, one as Entered at the Columbia class mallicaatter. of the best young men ever offered the party for a responsible WED. JULY. 5. 1911 position, from this the Southern Adair County NewsjCompany. Post-office Combination sec-cc- d Democratic Ticket. side. , , My Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction Kinnaird and wife, spent a few days last week with Office in their daughter, Mrs. Virgil Editor News: J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store. at Sulphur Well. 1 am still liking this part of the country fine. Crops of all Messrs. R. C. Pulliam and R. kinds are .looking well, as. we H. Kinnaird, spent Sunday and have, had plenty of rain. Wheat Sunday night at Edmonton. and hay harvest is on hand now, Mr. James Foy of Gradyville, Mens $4.00 Low Cut Shoes (all styles) $2.95 and there are not enough work was here Sunday. ( ( ct It tt tt 3.50 2.70 hands to supply the demand. Mr. C. C. Kinnaird and family (t tt tt tt 3.00 tt tt 2.35 If any of the Adair county of Red Lick, spent Saturday in tt tt tt 2.50 1.95 boys are out of employment, Columbia, and Saturday night tt " 2.25 tt 1.65 they could find plenty of work and Sunday with the family of u tt tt Ladies 3.50 2.50 writing strong articles, advocat- here on the farm or in the facto- Tom Dohoney. acquaintance, and in eva broad .( t tt tt ry, and get good wages. Sever3.00 it tt ing needed reforms. 2.25 Wheat Harvest is about over, ery part of the State friends who ( tt tt n tt al Kentucky boys came here, but and quite a nice lot has been 1.S5 2.50 are as loyal as theneedle to the The race for Lieut. Governor a. tt tt they got home sick, and returned harvested. Corn looks very 1.65 2.25 pole, besides this he is a man and Auditor is very close, and home. That is right boys, love promising at this time, some are ki a tt tt 1.45 2.00 tt who makes friends and retains ' the winners have not been anhome of your childhood, for through laying by. Meadows the ;; tt tt tt tt 1.50 1.00 them. He being the only candi- nounced. To us it looks like it is the sweetest place in mem will soon do to cut, more hard tt tt tt .t tt tt date that South Central Ken- - McDermott has won for Lieuten-- 1 1.25 .S5 ory. I would like to be home work for the busy farmer. tucky Democracy has asked the ant Governor, and in the Au-- J We mean to close out our entire summer stock party to honor with a nomination , ditor,s race it appears that Bos- - and attend one of those all day Picking and canning berries in all Departments within the next 30 days singings, and dinner on the are the chief occupation among for a State office for many years. w0th wiU win though the ground. There is never any regardless of Cost, FOR CASH. Come and get the ladies, there being a full crop. We felt that our petition would f riends of Mn Laffoon are claim. thing doing like that up here. the bargains. F. T. Bell attended church at be granted to the fullest extent, .. hi A day or two The boys from Dayton and Breeding Sunday. and so it has. This part of the will tell the tale. Cincinnati have a big time on State has notjbeen honored by a Mr. Henry Mann of Curtis, Sundays motorcycling. There Democratic candidate on thei The nomination of Hon. Jas. spent Saturday night and Sunare good roads here, and it is a day in this section. nartv ticket, since Gov. J. R B. McCreary was a fore-gon- e Mrs. Margaret Perryman has and left for that place Saturday, elected Lieuten- conclusion from the day he an- pleasure to take a ride on one. . been visiting relatives in Adair Hindman was Misses Creel Nell of Grady-Miss Anm'e Kinnaird and j ia ago, nounced his candidacy for Gov They run them at the rate of 75 ant Governor, many years brother, James, visited friends ville, Mabel Hindman of Colum- - county for the past week and miles per hour. The automo Lizzie and May Bell of Ed- -' turned home Sunday, and has never had a nominee ernor. and relatives at Rugby, last Satbiles 'are taking the place of the that failed of election or disapurday night and attended church monton, and Mr. Harry Lonbard C. L. Winfrey of Russell horse and buggy altogether here. Montpelier. also of Edmonton, spent last Springs was here Thursday, pointed the people in giving valat Breeding Sunday. You will see a dozen autos where Mr. J. W. Rexroat has a fine week at Red Lick, the guest of uable, honest service. Mr GarCorn is looking fine in this you Miss Ann James who is in a see one buggy. don't Misses Delpha, Vera and Gert- - black calf that measured nearly nett is truly appreciative of the part of the country, but I think very low state of health, is visit3 feet at a day old. splendid vote given him throughrude Kinnaird. country in the ing her sister Mrs. Maud Coomer another good shower with the This is a pretty Mrs. Lena Hale visited her out the State, but most especial- one we haye had this a. m., good old Summer time when the near Breeding. French Valley. ly in his home county and this parents, Mr, and Mrs. Jas. Oaks, trees are green. e p' wou Mr. Edd Lee Hamilton and Owensby from Friday til Sunentire section, while not voting M. R. Hale will teach our j-- ii i;,3i .u - u,,- - dllllUSL DU11U1V The neoDle of this place, are Well as this is all I think of at wife of Edmonton, spent Saturj UUL S Tllll w tHV " day. v"0 present, I will stop for this time. day night and Sunday fche school beginning Monday July his opponent getting very busy stacking wheat. for him, Mr. Ottis Stapp sang at the Best wishes to all, latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. 10th. less than the baker's dozen in Miss Flora Grider, Nell Wilchurch Sunday night with a good Jack Bailey. Bro. Beck filled hisregular apR. Walker. several counties. He directs us liams and Pearl Bradshaw, of crowd. ' t Messrs. Dock Walker and Ed- pointment here Sunday. express his appreciation to the this place, were visiting Miss to W. T. Hale who has been con-fingar Diddle passed through here Miss Gertie Rexroat is visiting people at home and elsewhere, Ada Epperson, last Sunday. to his bed for some time Q. P. SMYTHE last Saturday en route for Ed her sisters Mrs. Fetua and Car with typhoid fever is Misses Mae and Alice Williams for the hearty endorsement and, able to be monton. rie Stapp this week. for ;if elected next November prom- were visiting Misses Bessie and out again. ' Mr. U. T., Selby had an unises to be as loyal and true to the Myrtie Calhoun, Saturday night. Mr. Willie Walker accompanied FIRE INSURANCE W. L. Stearman of Albany is discharge of his official duties as Sowing to the dry season gar--, Miss Mabel Hindman, to Grady- usual smile this morning, could and here to day. the voters have been to him. dens are not looking well. ville Monday on her return jiome. not emagine but we learned REAL ESTATE Some wheat has been threshed j$e know we but feebly express There Will be an all day Mr. Herber Holladay has ac- since was over the arrival of a Demo- and the yield is good. .the appreciation of the cepted a position at Glasgow, new Democrat. singing at White Oak Church, Hon. Wallace Brown, of Nel Railrord Commissioner, Wm. son county, will be a candidate Klair, of Fayette county. for Speaker before the Dem The majority of 30,000 votes ocratic House Caucus of the next given Mr. Garnett, of this town, Ceneral Assembly. He is a man for the Democratic nomination of honor, a parliamentarian of for Attorney General over his ability, and stands for progress- worthy compeditor, is a tribute ive ideas. He wants the Third of esteem and confidence but is electfew men ever enjoy under sim House cut out, and if he Representilar circumstances, and when the ed to preside over the polls close next November the atives, he will see that lobbiest Brown is wisdom, of Saturdays work will take a back seat. Mr. a newspaper man, and has been be clear to all. Mr. Garnett has I The primary passed without United States Senator, Ollie difficulties in every part of M. James of Crittender County. the State, and so far as we know was conducted with the utmost Governor, Jas. B. McCreary of fairness. There may be grounds Madison County. for regret on the part of those defeated, but no cause for comLieut. Gov. in doubt plaint or soreness against those who who won and who are our . Auditor, in doubt. nominees, ine magnincent maHopkins county. jorities givensome aspirants do not indicate rabid disapproval of Attorney General, Jas. Gar- - the defeated, but" evidences the nett, of Adair county. strong confidence the people have in those selected to make Secretary of State, C. F. our ticket. The conflict is over, Crecelius of Pendleton county. over without discord or disruption, and if there ever was a Superintendent of Public In- - ticket named in this State, that struction, Barksdale Hamlett,of merited the enthusiastic support Christian county. of Democrats, then it is certainly the one selected last Saturday. Commissioner of Agriculture, Within a short while these genJ. W. Newman of Woodford tlemen will be commissioned by county. their party to accept and execute the party policy as set forth in a Appeals, platform made in a convention of Clerk of Court of Robert Green of Franklin county. intelligent and conservative Democrats who have the best interTreasurer, Thos. Rhea, of Loests of the State at heart. gan county. Farmers are verylJbusy this week laying bycorn. Every one wasdelighted to see the good rainthatell here Mon- day. Corn crops gwere needing rain, and gardens Jwere almost burned up. The people of this community are very muchJSdelighted with the way our court is dealing with the whiskyjsellers. Let the good work go'on. Mr. E. W. Webb was quite' sick several daysjthis week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foley! visited relatives and friends in Adair county?this week. Misses HattielandjfJessie Weir visited Misses Capitola and Clar-- 1 ice Webb one day .this week. Mr and Mrs. Bartleston were here last Wednesday. I o Good Points Easy Running Long Life "Best Material Air Seasoned for 3 years Well Painted n : I ! Perfectly Proportioned All of these Good Points and more are found in the j COLUMBUS WAGON Let us Explain Our Liberal Guarantee There seems to be an abundance of black berries in this neighborhood. Some of the farmers in this community are having their . Reed Hardware Co. 'Ask the man who owns one wheat threshed. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Weir visited relatives near Pellyton, last week, and attended the ice cream supper at Joe Thomas', Saturday Nell. night. Mr. S. C. Neat and daughter, Miss Mary Annie Hunter, of J Miss Willard, passed through Gradyville, spent last week at this place last Tuesday. this place visiting relatives. South Lebanon, Ohio: D. W. S. N. HANCOCK WATCH MAKER and JEWELER OPTICIAN Kin-nar- d, Prices Down , i j j i lti Russell & Co. j re-b- i .1 w L.II- i,. i - -- . ed k , . i iTj r. as THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS w iliii ' X SSWb, JWRX 0)i iCO J1T KT7X m n. rr -- vnv . The County Fairs Are Approaching And The Young People w w Want To Attend in Style and in order to so do, they are getting prices from On their Fancy Buggies and their Finest Harness. , The Buchanan Lyon Co. The largest stock to select from The prices being Corect. Remem5 m, in Central Kentucky, and the Greatest Variety. ber the place, H BUCHANAN LYON CO. yar Campbellsville, Ky. " 5 ')r'":"y Russell Springs, paid Columbia a visit J .. ::. PERSONAL - ' " - " :: : 1 Mr. Alx Loy, was here from Monday. Misses Myrtle Myers and Mabel At-kins visited in Greensburg last week. They also spent a day at the Lebanon Olga, Chautauqua. Iff fig r X j - x. 44..4llAAllAill4AA J " YV" Miss Mabel Goodman, Glasgow, who spent several weeks vary pleasantly Friday. with Miss Edna Lewis, returned home Mr. Olando Pace, Lebanon, was here a few days ago. a few days ago. Miss Elosie Durham, Campbellsville, Mr. Jas. Garnett was called to Louis- visited her grand mother, and uncle, ville Monday. Mrs. M. E. Durham and Mr. R. H. Mr, B. P. Chewning is at home for Durham, last week. the summer. Mr, J, T. Barbee, and wife Mr. "Paul Waggener "ireached home $. --, i f ' ' a ', jjL " " ' ' r- 8 - n 1 Jr. left Mr. Tyler Marshall, was here last Friday. Campbellsville, i Mr. R, H. Durham left Monday, for Elizabethtown, and other points. His Rev. B. M. Currie is assisting in a mother, Mrs. M. E. Durham, is spendmeeting at Rowena. ing this week at Campbellsville. Mr. W. H. Wilson and wife were at Mr. J. W. Tupman and wife were Russell Springs Sunday. notified by phone last Friday that their Rev. B. M. Currie was in Louisville a daughter, Miss Virgie. who is at Glasday or two of last week. gow, was no better. They left at once Mrs. Silas Denny and childrn are visit- to be at her bedside. Mr. H. T. Baker is attending the Lebanon Chautauqua. Monday, on a visit to Campbellsville. During their absent thep will visit the Chautauqua at Lebanon. The Will Furnish You with the Old I JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE Reliable Deer in g Binders, Mow ers, Rakes and Twine 'i. , WV4 (.' ' s IS j' ing relatives atGadberry. Miss Bess Dohoney, Elida, New MexMr. A. G. Norris was here to see our ico, who visited here about a month, started on her return trip last Thursmerchants a few days ago. day, accompanied by her brother, RobMr. C. A. Walker, Glensfork, visiert, who is in business in Elida, and ted in Columbia last Monday. who also visited here. Mr. Sam Lewis made a business Mrs. Butler and Miss Alice Walker, trip to Louisville, last week. left Monday, to attend the "Kentucky Miss Alvia Kuight, Jamestown, i s Baptist Summer Assembly" at Georg-tow- n visiting Miss Loretto Dunbar. which last eight days, from there Miss Mabel Jasper is spending a few they go to Lexington and Glasgow for a short visit. weeks in Glasgow dnd Cave City. Messrs. Tom and Romie Judd and Prof. R. R. Moss, wife and baby William Young are with the Greenshave returned from Hart County. burg team in the games to be played Mr. Jo Rosenfield, Middlesboro, vis- at the Lebanon Chautauqua. They ited his family here last week. went to Greensburg Wednesday, and to Dr. W. R Grissom was confined his room a day or two of last week. to Lebanon Thursday. Dr Woodruff Flowers, who is a graduate of the University o f Louisville, Mr. J, N. White, who is in the revenue service, was at home the first o f and has closed a year's practice as an interne in a hospital near Cincinnati, the wedk. reached home last week and for Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Finn, Campbells- present will be located here ville, are visiting relatives in Adair Mr. William Francis, wife and county. three sons of Campbellsville, who Miss Ruth Summers and her brother apent last week at Russell Springs, Robert, are visiting i n Cunberland home last Friday, and while in county. Columbia dropped a dollar in the News T. Page, who has been in office to keep it going until 1912. Mr. Jas. Tather poor health for two weeks, is improving. i ttt.,- - Ill H IRON FENCE CHEAPER THAN WOOH the re-turn- ea toiliiM $ At j We Sell Iron Fence MANUFACTURED BY h The Stewart Iron Works Company CINCINNATI, OHIO Whose Fence received the Highest Cost We are closing out our entire Stock of Buggies, Surries, Buckboads, Roundabouts, Tennessee and Moline Wagons, Regardless of Cost. Don't fail to get our prices if you contemplate buying soon. We have have several cars to select from. Correspondence solicited. "The place where Money talks". Award, OTedal," World's Fair, St. Louis, 1904. The most economical fence you can buy. Price less than a respectable wood fence. "Why not replace your old one now, wiinaneai, auratiivciikuii "Cola Mr. and Mrs John Lee Walker, visited Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Simpson at Breeding Sunday. Jr., who is farmCumberland river, is spending a ing on few days at home. Mr. Geo. A. Smith, Mr. W. E. Bradshaw, who is employ ed at Louisville, spent Sunday and Monday at home. r p DROP 3!iiiSp ONE "LAST JL LIFETIME." Over 100 designs of Iron Fence, Iroa Flower Yse, Settees.eta, shown in our catalogues. T,ow races will surprise iou, CAZXt ASH SEE US. S. P mi Eubank Columbia, Ky. Glensfork. We are suffering in this sec- f Mr. J. T. Goodman and h i s little son, Raymond, were here from Rowena the first of the week. Miss Stella Conover left for Glasgow Saturday morning, where she will be engaged in school work. Messrs. J. F. Montgomery and Rollin Hurt returned from the Russell Circuit Court last Wednesday. Mrs. Geo. N. Rosenfield, who visited here four or five weeks, returned to her home, 'Smith's Grove, last week. Mr. Fred McLean is in Liberty, assisting the Circuit Court Clerk in his duties during Circuit Court v W. Waldrop, Owenton, Ky., who is spending a few weeks at the Rv. J. tion from the most distructive CURES and drought we have since 1901. GAPES PREVENTS Mrs. L. T. Bradshaw was com white diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other chicle diseases. pelled to pospone her intended One 50c Bottle of visit to relatives in Missouri on BourbonPoultryCure account of being too feeble to Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. make the trip. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle ot sample Teachers in this vicinity will this medicine on hand. Write for freeAddress, and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." COMPANY, LextatfM, Ky. McMCN REMEBT b e located as follows; E. A. Strange Pelleyton. Eliza Strange A. Birds School House, F. E. Webb Picnic, John Jones Rocky Hill, J. DENTIST. V,Dudley New Liberty. COLUMBIA, KY. Mr. William, Blair who has down the throat of a "eapey" chicken destroys the worms and saves the chick's life. A few drops In the drinkine water h W. M. Mitchell Sr e ' Greensburg, Kenfiieky. T. SMITH been sick for some time is some to begin at once to fortify aginst this most dreaded o f .human better. Mrs. Elizabeth Helm remains scourges. Remember that the in a ,very feeble state of health. common house fly or "typhoid There have been several cases fly" is the fellow that transports of typhoid fever in this vacinity the germs of this disease on his this summer. This should b e dirty feet. The News man did well in his sufficient warning that we ought write up on my old friend Stant Wooldridge but every one knows Mr. Wooldridge at all that the half has not been told! Mr. Woldridge is one o f those articles that must be seen to -- proper appreciated. be 1, L.-- i r ' Jk I THE ADA1K COUNTY NEWS Program. since 12 of Dec. 1911. Lots bet- 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 v any part or all the Wood, any grade desired, that is needed for Building or Repair work. It will be to your Interest to inspect our Stock and Prices. Sandusky Columhia. L, - &. Ky. Co. rW of Bible Institute, visited our county normal being 'Baptist Church. Campbellsville, held at Ohemah, the county seat, Ky. July 4th 7th, 1911 D. V. and found at least two thirds of .Tuesday, July 4, 1911. the attendance lady teachers. So 10:30 a. m. Devotional, W. T. you see there are good chances Underwood. m for a man who desires to pursue 11:15 a. m. Our Bible Institute, that profession. L. B. Irvin. Ed Lawless and P. A. Corban, 2:30 p. m. Devotional, J. W. went down to North Canadian Crawley. river, some 4 miles South, and 3:15 p. m. Election, J. W. Por- came back with a 51 pound cat fish before night. You know ter. 7:30 p. m. Devotional, D. H. Pitman took quick forward march Program ter opportunities for teaching IN here than in the old states. I THE REALM OF L I i & N. Time Card In effect Monday. Dc 31. lSg. ." SOUTH BOUND ffSAIN Lv. LooisviiXE T An. Lebanob 9.42am 7:00am io.27 10:04 am 8:15am Nd.23 5:05 pm 7:40!um No. 79 i I00jpm 8:00 pm No 21 S.Wfcm 6:20 pm 1o. 93 Gown of Embroidery. ' NORTH BOUND Broderie anglalse. or eyelet embroid- ("bain Ar. Loctsvillb Lv. Lebanon ery, as some call t. Is popular in o. 24 5:48am 70 aia 10.15 am 7:32am the designing of the white wash dress 0.78 655pm 450pm 0.28 and blouse. The sketch presents a Jo. 22 6;28 pm 8.15 pm nnrtlmlnrlr nhin rrwwtal In hrOllprift Jo. 92 10:15am 7:32am Nos. 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only. anglalse. The skirt has a cemer panel FASHION WILMORE HOTEL w. ja. uiiiijaoRH, Picp First-Cla- ss p Howertpn. p. m. What the World owes the Baptists, J. W. Porter. 8:15 -- c:u r.c? Lmuuo, detail, uuuia, Di;ir ; ! Wednesday, July 5th. 10:30 a. m. Devotional, W. T. Short. 11:15 a. m. Christian Stewardship, E. W. Coakley. 2:30 p. m. Devotional, W. S. Tandy. AA AA A E u- - cojapfifiv HUGHES a BLINDS. Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. L. C. and Orlie Acree left here the 10th, for the honest fields of western Oklahoma. For fear my letter might be consigned to waste basket will close by saying, wish I was. in Ky., to vote foi Jas. Garnett.for Attorney General. Yo.urs Sincerely, B. F, Lawless. Table Good Sample Rooroe Feed Stable Reasonable Rates GRftDYlILLe. Se D. KY Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. Tf We appreciate them. I E. L HUGHES CO., INCORPORATED "" IVVl-- ' T IULiU) W U. C. HARDWICK. Pres. J. H. COCKE. V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 Escaped Witn His Life. 3:15 p. m. The Importance of years ago I faced an awDoctrinal Teaching, J. G. Bow. "Twenty-on- e ful death," writed, H. B.Martin, Port 7:30 p. m. Devotional, T. E. Haerelson, S. C. "Doctors said I had consumption and the dreadful cough I Ennis. ead looked like it, sure enough I tried 8:15 p. m. The Mission of an everything, I could hear of. for my cough and wasundenthe treatment of the best N. T. Church, J. G. Bow. doctor in Georgetown, S. C. for a Thursday, July 6th. but could get no relief. A frienp advis-- d me to tty Dr. King's New Discovery. I 10;30 a. m. Devotional. W. S. did so, and was completely cured I feel Dudgeon. that I owe my life to this great throat and lung cure. "Its'postively guaranteed 11:15 a. m. Laymen's Rally, TVHITE WASH DRESS. for coughs, colds, and all bronchial af-- f Led by E. M. Blakeman. ectiogs. 50c & $1 00 Trial bottle free at of embroidery, a wider band passing Paull Drug Co. around the skirt just below the fcnees, 2:30 p. m. Devotional, W. B. giving the effect of a straight flounce. Cave. The straight close fitting bodice is Absher. given the fashionable short waisted 3:15 p. m. The Need and Imappearance by means ot a girdle of lip!!! tm- Special yt-a- i Altnetin to Eyes Spavin or any Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, work done at fair prices. 1 Ens well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION j NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE. ON BURKSV1LLE STREET. ' j DEALERS IN portance of Bible Study, ENGINES. EOILERS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, REED MILLS 1301 THIRTeeNTH-Mftl- N. Dodd. LOUISVILLE SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work Wonderful brocades are in the mar7:30 p. m. Devotional, ket. A gorgeous specimen has a gold Coakley. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson tinsel foundation thickly embellished with a shaded rose red velvet pattern. Friday, July 7th. Wheat visited relatives here last White satin meteors, interwoven "with golden flowers, are as gorgeous to be- 10:30 a. m. Devotional, H. W. week. hold as they are a sensuous Joy to Huber. Mrs. C. C, Jones and little son touch. It can easily be understood artist for 11:15 a. m. Personal and Pas-tori- al Paul are visiting her parents J. that such materialasneeds an the purse well as its manipulation, Evangelism, M. E. Dodd. D. Absher who is seriously ill. of Fortunatus to acquire. Absolute simplicity is essential to Its making, Special musical Mr. Elbert Cooley- - is visiting but it must be the simplicity contrived Orchestra preachers' Quartette. his aunt Mrs. W. P. Dillingham. with artifice, with such handmaidens as rare gold and old lace. Miss Julia Nance of near Elk horn visited at Mr. J. W. Ab E. W. sher's a few days ago. M. E. embroidery. Rich Brocades. Joseph 1$ H. w Stone, Attoney-At-La- Will practice in this andadjoining counties. -- ' Jamstown, : Kentucky, j i Why numbers, JOBBING WORK SOLICITED -- --- ssSH!p 'WSPw ' - A Call. All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- Mrs, Elizabeth Cooley spent several days of last week with GHIG JEWELRY FOR Not ELLWOOD 26 WIRE FENCE I a few near to be held in Louisville, Ky., Tuesday, Miss Allie, Susie, and Ruth the 11th day of July, 1911, for the pur We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long pose of nominating candidates for State Rice are visiting theirgrand parrs our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights officers, to be voted for at the regular ents Mr. W. A. Humphress and INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD ! As directed by the State Central Com- her daughter. mittee of the Republican party of KenTHE SUMMER GIRL Mr. H. Wade and daughter tucky, I hereby call the Republicans of Adair county to meet in mass conven- Ira of Lexington and Nannie tion at the Court .House in Columbia, Ky., on Saturday, July the 8th, at 1:30 Russell fof Columbia were and Soup. m., for the purpose of electing del-- I guest of Mr. Ray Williams o ,f Square Wrist Watches egates to attend the State Convention, days ago. Plumpoint Read The Courier j the venir Lockets ot Enamel. J t i , .; Mr. Sam Garmon and family, Sparksville, visited J. J. England last Saturday and Sunday. Hon. L. T. Neat, republican representacandidare for tive, was mixing with voters in this section last week. Shere was an all day singing at Greenbriar last Sunday conducted by Prof. John Stotts et al. Hev. L. H. Jones, of color, has accepted a call from the colored ; church at Sulphur Well, Met- ' -calfe county, at a salary of $50 per year. y i." Jilose Wooten is confined to his Enameled ornaments are still very much worn, and new forms have been NovembereIection, 1911. and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. found for them. The wrist watches' family this week. W. A. Coffey, that are seen now are made square and SBINCH FTtttS Chairman Republican Committee Mr. Robert Sharp's condition very thin, with the face of the watch 5oinc.i set in the center. remains about the same. Not only are there square watches Paden, Okla. for the wrists, clasped round by means Misses Ada and Lucy Neat of of straps of dove and pearl gray leath- 34IKCH JAW Mr. John er, but the new locket watches are of HENRY WATTERSON Enclosed find check for $1.00 Garland are visiting at 26INCB the same shape, and very quaint and HrhV M HflV K aWuMV VkVkVY E8HM to pay for years subscription to Rule. attractive they look. Lockets are being ' sold again to an increased number of your valuable paper, it is a wel Miss Ann E. Cave people, and especially as a gift from nephew o f a lover to his lass. come visitor in our western been visiting We Can Furnish You A beautiful square locket made of Gadt)erry. home. ' ... rnfit . wu una s if ii vmi if u iMt .r . flame colored enamel, symbolic ot the MBMBar ryrwaKCiMUMff- - fwfrjt-woi- ififuit l ELLWCOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) HADE If SITtlEICMTS :mliui p Mr, and Mrs. B. F.' Robertson ardor of love, has the words "ForiTL.- We are located near the cen ' HI J You" in diamonds across tne rront, nc rtUQll ItUUIlLV llCW tral part of the state,. 70 miles spent Sunday, with the Misses while another has the more stereo Hardware, and Roofing. typed words -- Good Luck" traced in east of Guthrie, in a fine farm- - Sanders and sister Miss Effie. pearls upon the surface. The portrait and the ing region, the principal crops! Several from this place attend-- i is .... incased at the back of the enamel. . ago rujit-- uqi i . vnen a 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. cotton, corn, oats alfalfa and all ed the singing a t Hutchison pearls withlew seasons tasseled ends were intro-cluced it was wondered whether the j . kinds of vegetables. Paden, our School house Sunday. Louisville, Ky. ' fancy for them would be a fleeting little town of some six hundred . Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Absher and one or not. It has not only returned. ' , .. I . hut has broucht in its train a likin 0,ilo i .. ww Dingo. room with rheumatism. ov,uo, Ui4 T?f . QrifVi anr Woofom M1SS -Courier-Journ- al MeeKie numpnress weretne for threaded pearl bracelets and for R. R., is not a boom town but! guest of of Mr and Mrs. James other ways of stringing pearls, just as Judge Ferriford was here last j 77 7J7Wffl Journal? j i j her has Editor. uj'j -- -- Farm Implements j j ; DEHLER BROS., . i s t Weekly ' n-r- , . ... T-- r Thursday inspecting sheep. Jake Wooten, Sparksville, visited relatives here last Sunday. continues a substantial growth. Hutchison Saturday and Sunday. At present it has one bank, Miss Fmma and Clara Robert- another in course of construction, Were guest 0 I MiSSeS Jlilla seven dry goods stores, two and Sylvia Humphress Saturday W. J. Bean sold a yoke of hardwares, tws blacksmith shops night. calves to E. R. Young for $40. Iice Plant- - three cofcton gins' one Mr. S. H. Absher was called to school building and the bedside of his father who is Born to the wife of Venus jg0od PHc C0Unty hlgh SC1 u"Mu very sick. Royse, on the 16th, a daughter. being constructed schools are H. A. Moss has about cut all among the best. Parson's Poem A Gem. the stave timber on the Cummins I have ,been here three years Ffom Rev. H.Stubenvoll, Allison.Ia,, land near here but it will take but this is the dryest of any so in praise ot Dr. King's New Life Pills. some months yet to cut all the far. Corn is damaging seriously "They're sfoch a health necessity, In every home these pills should be, saw stuff. This is the last bunch a failure if it doesn't rain If other kinds yon've tried in vain, USE DR. KING'S of timber in this section. Moss soon, but cotton being a harder bought it some two or three plant can stand considerable dry And be well again. , Nnly 25c at Puall weather. I nave been teaching Drug Co. years ago for $4000. r t The effect is light and very graceful. and particularly in the lists of pres-SO- n ents given to girl brides one finds nu- ments for the hair, throat. meTons wrist and corsage produced in this TJf "" Both One Year For $1:50 b I elegant way. The new cuff links are gay as well as dainfy, and especially attractive are the harlequin sets. Each mound shaped end sparkles with stones of dif-forpiit colors, on one side rubies and diamonds and on the other emeralds and diamonds or other combinations. Panels on Skirts. Skirts are narrower tnan ever. Mostly they have a flat stitched panel down the bactt. ana occasionally tney have a panel in the front, but their circumference is very limited and the material dark. The coats which complete these suits, when reaching to the hips, which is their usual, extent, are abnormally tight round. ' We can also give liberal combination rate with Dailv or Sunday Courier Journal, Write Courier-JournCom pany, Louisville, Ky., for free Sample COpy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order al to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. J t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS S ....-- ? . HUMAN SKULL PUZZLE. a Sixth Sense. PURE FOOD LABELS. They Were Used In Palestine as Early Woman's Beauty Some women retain tlieir heantv to an advanced But women, who reerularlv endure nain. ape lpidly, for suffering leaves its lasting marks on asre. lOiCLLL. i A Cavity That Way Havo Been the LAXATIVE SENT FREE TO TRY It may be taken for granted that there is no family that does not sometime need a laxative. If you don't know of a good laxative, or the laxative you are using is losing its effect, we want to call your attention to Dr. that does not gripe effective and yet so mild that babies can take it. Its tonic ingredients invigorate the body and strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles so that they again do their work naturally. If you have been a victim of salts, pills and strong cathartics you will discard them when you once use Syrup Pepsin. You can buy a fifty cent or one dollar bottle of any druggist, but before doing so you may want to try it free. If so, send your address to Dr. Caldwell and he will promptly forward a free sample bottle. Then, being convinced, do as others are doin and buy it in the regular way of youc favorite druggist. For the free sample address Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building; Monticello, 111. tive-ton- ic Seat-o- f sJA-Voi- j Nearlv all women suffer more or less xvitli some form of female trouble. It should not be neglected. vonrself at home hv takinc the Cardui, as thousands of other women have done. nam--treat jjcgixi at uuce cuiu give vvuiuui ci iau. iricii. It Wfll Help You J 36 Mrs. Katie Burlison, Goreville, 111., tried Cardui and writes: suffered with female troubles, and was so sick I could not stand "I on my feet. Finally I began to take Cardui, and soon began to mend. Now I am able to do all my housework and am in much better health than I was before." Try it. AT ALL DRUG STORES rc" fcsaa Office l ' r Mr. Edd Wdbldridge is able to wgeesAee and were married the This makes be at work and will soon-be- , y&iL .this Month. ivfeouples who have gone to &!- Tests That Will Determine the Quality When in Louisville, look over our offerings and he satisfied of the Fabrics. you wish to find out whether the that you have struck the right place, the right people and the rierhc if NESTS IN COLONIES. material sold to you as all wool or all price. Dr. James Triplet! Homes of the African Grosbeaks as silk is really so make a 5 per cent so- - jj I lution of caustic potash and in this Big as a Native's Hut. & your sample of silk or wool. If The biggest bird's nest In the world, boil Dentist. OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN the entire sample is consumed in the Incorporated not excepting the stork's. Is built by JEFFRIES' BUILDING. pre- your the African grosbeak. It is really 100 boilingto be: material isisa what it 522 and 525 West Market St. 'PHONE NO. 40, RING 3. residue that if there JEFFRIES BLOCK nests or more bound together with tends residue is cotton. The caustic solution 1 COLUMBIA. closely interwoven sticks, vines and KENTUCKY KENTUCKY COLUMBIA cousumes the animal fibers. Louisville, Kentucky. strands of coarse grass and Is not If you wish to liud out whether the built by a single pair of birds, but by silk that seems to be heavy silk is a colony of them. It is of such enorweighted with mineral burn the sammous size that at a little distance it is ple KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. and the ash will show you how often mistaken for one of the native much mineral weighting there is. The huts built in the trees so frequently pure silk will be wholly consumed. The following are the dates fixed for found in wild tropical countries where m t t In buying supposed linen goods of ;: i man eating animals abound, and the toweling or suiting, dip your sample holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as i only way to sleep in safety is to "roost into concentrated sulphuric acid for far as reported. Officers of fairs are high." two minutes and wash it out carefully. requested to report to us any omisThe birds usually select a thorn tree, The cotton will have been consumed, sions or correction of dates: probably because of the protection afVersailles, Auguest days. the linen will have resisted the action forded by the sharp. long thorns of the acid. This test is one that days. Lexington, August against marauders. All around the should be made with precaution, as COURIER-JOURNRussell Springs August S I days. nest the roof of sticks, thatched with vitriol is not a thing to be tampered Uniontown, August 8 5 days. dry grass, projects to let the rain run with', Mary Heaton Vorse in Success Vanceburg, August days. off. A deep fringe of grass hangs from Magazine. Lawrenceburg, August 15 4 days. HENRY.WATTERSON, this cornice like a curtain to keep out Leitchfield, August 15 4 days. any stray drops. These great nests Right and Wrong Exercise. Burkesville, August 15 1 days. are added to from year to year, each 1911 The word "exercise" covers a multipair of mated birds building on the tude of sins. It is a very loose term Broahead, August 163 days. Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in main nest. Sometimes the nest be- - used for any form of physical exerFern Creek, August, 16 todays. without prints all the-newBRIGHTER, BETTER, comes too heavy, and the branch tion, be it sweeping out a factory, Columbia, August politics. days, breaks or the great mass of sticks falls walking home from the office or lifting Shepherdsville, August 224 day3. 'fear or favor. The regular price is $1 ,00 to the ground, destroyed by its own dumbbells. To say "Exercise is beneBIGGER THAN EVER London, August 22 4 days. weight. The grosbeak is no larger ficial" is a rery inaccurate remark and a year, but you can get the WEEKLY Erlanger, August 23 4Jdays. than an English sparrow and just as a very dangerous belief. It is necesTHEIREGULAR PRICE Of Germantown, August 243 days. i gregarious. COURIER-JOURN- AL New York Press. sary to distinguish between right and Nicholasville, August 293 days. wrong exercise. As often as not big Somerset, August 293 days. Honesty Extraordinary. muscles in arms, chest or legs are a THE LOUISVILLE TIMES A traveler writing in an Italian calamity, for. they actually shorten life Bardstown. August 304 days. magazine says that the Swiss canton unless the vital organs are proportiondays. Monticello, September of Ticino is inhabited by the most hon- ately developed to take care of them. Alexandria, September 5 5 days. est folk it is possible to imagine. In Men are constantly wearing out their Mount Olivet, September 5 4 days. BOTH ONE YEAR IS A most of the Ticinese villages, the hearts and arteries with some form of Hodgenville, September days. writer says, the oldest inhabitants do violent work tbey call "exercise." If days. . Sanders, September not remember any case of thieving, continued they would die of arterioKentucky State Fair Louisville, Sephowever petty, within a lifetime. Lost sclerosis. A pretty good general rule If YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER objects when found must never be for these men to go by is to take no tember 116 days Horse Cave, September 20 I days. taken away; they must be left where form of exercise after they are grown TO US, YOU CAN GET Mayfield, September 274 days up that they cannot keep on with until they were dropped or placed in a conLibeity August 22- -1 days. spicuous position so that the rightful they are old men. J. Edmund Thompowner can find his property more easi- son in National Magazine. ly. The case is cited of an American Escaped with His Life if vou will give or send vour order to this woman tourist who lost her purse on Needed the Money Badly. "Twento-on- e y ars ago I faced an aw- ; an excursion in the Val Cnprinscn. A newspaper man of Washington paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. The purse contained gold coin and a was approached one morning by a ful death, "writes H, B. Martim, Port jeweled watch. "Upon returning from friend who wanted to borrow $5. The Harrelson, S. C "Doctots said I, had her trip she found the purse with itsv newspaper man. assuming an expres- consumption and the dreadful cough I AND contents intact on a little heap of sion of great sorrow, pulled 20 cents had looked like it, sure enough. I tried f leaves, so placed that it could not fail out of his pocket and remarked: everything.I could hear of ,f or my cough Courier-Journ- al, to attract her attention. New York "I'm sorry, old man. but you've and was under the treatment of the best Sun. struck me just before pay day, and doctor in Georgetown, S. C. fo a year I'm broke." get no relief. A friend advised Having made this crafty excuse, but could The Parsees of India. me to try Dr. King's New Discovery. I Gourier-Journ- ai, It was at a point near the ancient he, mentally speaking, pinned a gold did so, and was completely cured. I feel city of Surat that tho Parsees first medal on himself for having evaded that I own my life to this great throat landed in India when driven out of the prospective borrower. BOTH ONE YEAR and lung cure ' 'Its positively guaranteed "When isyour'pay day?" asked the Persia by their Mohammedan conquer We can give you a combination cut affor coughs, colds, and all bronchial ors eu'ven centuries ago. Few things friend. "Tomorrow afternoon," replied the fections. 50c & $l.00 Trial bottle free rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write are more remarkable than the manner in which this small community hasre-taiue- d newspaper man. at Paull Drug Co. this paper. "All right," said the friend. "I'll its religion and racial characteristics unchanged during that long come around then." THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is Angels Visit. And he did. Popular Magazine. period. The peculiar style of headthe best afternoon paper printed dress worn by the Parsees is said to Merely a Test Case. have been made compulsory by the After almost 5 months illness, anywhere. A burly negro came to the doctor of Hindu kin;? of India when the Parsee Miss Zilpha O. Hughes was callrefuge in that country, a West African missionary settlement, first obtained Has the best-- corps of corres draggiug his reluctant wife with him. ed home where she for several and they have used it ever since. To"Doctor, pull one of my wife's teeth day the Parsees are the leading comdays had prayed the angels pondents. out," .said he. mercial nation of India. The doctor examined the woman's would come and take. She obeyCovers the Kentucky field permouth and found only sound teeth. Told Him In Few Words. "Oh, that makes no difference," said ed the Gospel, -- sought for her A man once wrote to the Rev. C. H. fectly. Spurgeon, the famous preacher, saying the interested negro. "Pull one any- salvation early; the Lord blessed way. If it doesn't hurt her too much that he had heard he smoked and could then you can pull my tooth thrtt is Covers the general news field her at the age of 16, she was not believe it to be true. Would Sir. aching." Success Magazine. PROPRIETORS Spurgeon write and tell him if it realbaptised, joined the Baptist completely. ly was so? The reply was: The Borrowing Neighbor. church. Since then has lived a Louisville, Ky. Main "Dear Sir I cultivate my flowers "Say. John, yer haven't been over ter Corner Has the best and fullest marand burn my weeds. Yours truly, C. B. my home since my birthday gatherin', a christian life, good' to every Spurgeon." Four Months Storage Free CHAS- - A. BRIDGES jest a year ago termorrer." body. She was one of our best kets reports. W. G. BRIDGES "It ain't that I have hard feelin's Puzzling. ag'in you. but you have so confounded girls. She was always ready to DEMOCRATIC in politics, but Millions Do you think you will many things what belongs ter me that here this learn to like your titled Tennessee from about help the needy, and would shout Picnic. when I come it kind o' makes me Billions I don't know. I can't tell homesick." Pittsburg Times. year. and sing good songs when her fair to everybody. where to place him in my expense acvoice was a whisper. She woulci Mr. Nolen Petty's wife is very count. He is neither a recreation nor The Cow boys will begin a SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPMistaken Identity. Breeding Friday bad sick- - The doctor says she an Investment. meeting at Walking down Sr. James street. ask her friends to meet her in Lord Chelmsford was accosted by a night June 23. has malaria fever and is borderA Child Wonder. TION RIGHT AWAY stranger, who exclaimed. "Mr. Birch, heaven. May God be with the Tennessee fever is raging in ing on typhoid. "What a wonderful memory your I believe?" parents and family in their for names and faces!" "If you believe thnt, sir, you'll be- bereaved state. tkji country at the temperature Miss Altie Morgan is clerking .child has replied TO THIS PAPER not -- to The the proud mother. lieve anything," replied the Reece ofBreed-fr- g in the store at Picnic for Mr. "Yes," 105. Lewis "She never fails to recognize any of as he passed on. "A Book About A large crowd attended the Louisville Times. and Annie Strange went to MeTvin Petty. her former stepfathers." Judge. Lawyers," by Jeafferson. Despite the progress of physiology the study of the human body is full of mystery. Some of its well known organs have never revealed either their uses or the reason of their creation. The part played by the spleen in human life was discovered but recently. It is now regarded as one of the principal agents in the circulation of the blood. But there are in the marvelous human organism mysterious parts which it is possible that no savant, howuver profound his learning, may ever understand. For instance, in the skull, behind the cartilage of the nose, there is a little cavity of unknown origin. Physiologists believe that at one time several thousand generations ago it contained a gland consisting of two lobes joined by their common base. This cavity the delta turcica Is, in the opinion of certain savants, the vestige of a sixth sense which was of great use to the antediluvian ancestors of man. It is believed that this little gland enabled them to see in the darkness when they had not yet learned the secret of procuring light; that it was the seat of the mysterious sense of situation or locality, the power to orient their rourse. the sense so highly developed to this day in sav-ngand certain animal5?. The theory Is plausible, but it is doubtful whether man will ever acquire any real knowledge of the reason for the existence of the delta turcica. Exchange. es as the Year 850 B. C. Professor George A. Iteisner of Harvard university discovered among some speciments of earliest Hebrew writing in the excavations of the city of Samaria, in Palestine, a most interesting record of the first pure food laws in history. He also found ancient writings dealing with the first instance on record of the keeping of wines in a government warehouse under bond. Dating back to the period of King Ahab, 850 B. C, these inscriptions are considered to be one of the greatest finds of the Harvard Palestinian expeditions which delved into the city of Ahab and Omri for three years. They found labels on wine and oil jars. These mention the year in which the wine was laid down in the cellars of the palace storehouse, and they state the vineyard from which the wine came, important facts that are recognized equally well by vintners today. On the oil jars the label runs. "A jar of pure oil." with the mention of the district from which the oil came. The bits of pottery on which the descriptions were written were not parts of the jars, but were evidently intended to be attached to the necks of the receptacles, just as are labels or seals at the present time. New York World. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of families are using successfully. We have scores of letters from mothers. and scores from prominent men saying they are using it personally and giving it to their families, men like .Mr. C. K. Smith of the Traffic Clearing House, Pine Bluff, Ark., and Mr. George B. Turner, a lawyer of Harlan, Ky. The thousands of mothers who use it themselves and give it to their children would take too much space to mention. The reason they prefer Syrup Pepsin is that it is a mild, gentle laxa 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. wool, silk amd linen. , Visit Our Big Establishment j r. 5. Bunbar Res. 'Phone 29. 'Phone 40--5 I dentist Hubbuch Bros. Wellendorff, j 'm-i- THE 11l.li r wrriL AL i 23 76 94 LOUISVILLE TIMES Editor FOR It s, ! 224 . i ANOHE ADAIR COUNTY NEtf 54 64 53 $5.00 YEAR. For $1.50 Yr Yr -- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Daily S6.00 THE L0UISV1LEE TIMES Sunday $2,60 FOR ONLY $4.50. jS555 5sSS)i Pickett Tobacco Warehouse INDEPENDENT C. A. BRIDGES & Co. Streets, Eighth and son-in-la- 'Si -- -' . ' u r. True, glory consists In so living as For Sale: One six year old comThere Is a caution which may defeat by Bros. Simon to make the world happier and,, better Itself; there are many crises in our grave, conducted bined Bed Bird horse. Would trad for our living: Pliny. Perkins and 'Charley Kinnett life when safety Ilea In courage. for cattle. Call on The News. funeral services held at the -- r :, S3 'v THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS S'vc: 8- - Gradyville. James Diddle and Jame3 Wil- more were in Columbia last Saturday. We are having plenty of hot weather at this time. Will Diddle has been on the sick list for several days. Our farmers are having their wheat threshed this week. Rev. J. R. Crawford filled his regular appointment at union last Saturday and Sunday. Nell Bros., are busy prizing tobacco this week. .Will Hill, who has been in Western Kentucky for the past six months in the interest of Pratts food., returned home last week. MR. PROPERTY OWNER-St- op! Consider! Why not use the best possible when YOU pay the bill? e 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 po- sition to furnish Columns than any Firm in the State. L? T Hanna's Green Seal Stands for everything that is best in paint. The pigments used are properly proportioned and thoroughly compounded. STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE $ I ! w . I . FC58 Our Prices are Right Discount to Dealers '' j f. '' "HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT is Made to Wear" FOR SALE BY III M WM THE JEFFRIES i HARDWARE STORE 'of our burs:, ' at Phone No. 108. 'dsi ll. COLUMBIA COLUMN CO. .j COLUMBIA, KY. H. A. Moss, of Greensburg, family and Mr Esta Hays all of was in our midst a few days of Tay lor County was visiting Mr. J. D. Hays of jjthis place from last week. Dr. S. Simmons was at James- Sunday until Tuesday. Kentucky. There was a singing at Mr. J. C. Hays' last Monday night i n honor of their vistors Mr. U. M. Grider has returned from Louisville. Bro. Black filled his regular appointment, at Clear Springs last Sundry there was a singing in the the afternoon. Floyd Bro. are bucking staves in this neighborhood. Mr. Calvin Maupin has about finished sawing at the Walker Bryant set and will soon move his sawmill to the Redmon set. by Rev. Breeding. Up to ed Mr. George T. Bryant has just this time there has been twenty finished digging a well. professions and the community Mr. T. M. Grider bad the misgreatly revived. fortune of losing a good mule a Messrs. Yates and Co., of Co- short time ago. lumbia, are drilling wells in our Cane Valley. city at this time. They have completed three and will drill Miss Bessie BIack of Creels one or two more before they ' leave. They certainly under- - boro a Wte Puttie llittle girl i s is visitiug her brother Rev. stand their business. Gov. J. R. Hindman of Colum- Black. Mr. 0. P. Watson the champbia cal'ed in to see us one day Jast week on his return from his ion tobacco setter of Holme was i i farm. The Governor was feel-- 1 llere aurin8 tne tne aamP weatn" ' imr irood and looking all nVhf and er helping the Leslie McFarland it was only a few minutes after with his tobacco. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Rice o f his arrival until he had a number of our citizens around him to Campbellsville were here several hear him in his very interesting days of last week. Mrs. Sallie Davis .o f Taylor We are always conversation. glad when he comes in to see county was here last week to see her brother T. C. Dudgeon who us. The primary election is a thing is quite feeble. of the past, and we must say Mr. Ira Vaughn o f Highland here that our Democrats are well Park was here to see his grand- pleased with their ticket. We mother Mrs. Amanda Vaughn have just this kind in this part who was dangerously ill of the county, that we are per- week. fectly willing and are satisfied Oma Edington of South Louiswith any ticket this great party ville made his people a visit last of ours in the State will nominate. Sunday We least our votes on last Sat- Mr. Cicero Hood arrived with uraay lor the men, that we his new threahine- machine last thought was the strongest andjweek and is giving best qualified for the various farmers perfect satisfaction Mr. offices, .but if the . majority of Hood is a good man for the bus-ovotes in the State did not inegs and we wish him success, see as we did we have no fight Willie Callison of campbellsville nor discord in our party here in was here several days this week, old Gradyville precinct. You Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Francis o f .. me wm iNovemoer election Campbellsville were visiting the that we will come up with our family of John McFarland last strength, for there was not a Sunday. man on the ticket, let him be Saturday and whom he may, but what we one Forty two years last Saturday and all can support most heartily, W. H. Hudson Josh Butler and and we must say here again this is the feeling of our party in this S. A. Murrell caught their first part of old Adair. red fox on the Wm Van Hoy farm two milies east of this Craycraft. place. The red at that time Miss Eva Murrell was guest of was scarce. They captured him Misses Mable, Irene, and Emma alive and carried him to Columlast week. bia in the evening an placed him i t . town last Saturday and Sunday. The protracted services will begin here on the 6th, conducted by the Roberts Bros., everybody invited to attend. Several from this place at- tended the picnic at Columbia on the 4th. The young folks of the Union Sunday School will give a picnic in the afternoon on Saturday before the 4th Sunday in July, in the grcve near the church. Refreshments will be served and everybody invited to attend. There has been a great revival near this place at a school house, known as Seth's ehapel, conduct- Mr. Nathan Bryant of Cole City Ind., has returned to old . . last - thethe f ur j J , lr. Charlie Hammons and on exhibition. I eat seven half grown rabbits at two meals back wh-ecutting time We are having some very hot' in Mr- - J- - A- Turner shot and kill- weather, and not much rain. Every body and his boys are ed a very larP water moccasin, Beginnig June 20th and lasting till Oct. st. or till they are .in Uabin Fork, one day last! making; hay. all gone, we will dispose of, at actual cost all Boy's Clothing, week. Men's and Boys shoe , Mens' Hats; all Groceries, Hardware Corn looks fine prospects. Mr. Ike Vausrhan. an old and Furniture, Wall Paper and make big reductions on allsummer goods were never better. respected citizen, of our town, We are putting on this sale for the purpose of making room for Mr. Lock, with Spurlock Neal, our line of Fall and Winter stock of Ladies and Children's Wear. one of the hands employed on J. of Nashville, was here last week. Remember, that after Oct. st we will be the only exclusive Ladies A Turner's farm, is a hustler for and Children's Establishment in Russell County. Our line will be It's a boy at J. A. Parrish's, a man oi his age. He is 73, and full and complete and we are sure we can please all. Our experiand he's all smiles. gets about like a boy. ence in the business here has shown us the need of a store of this Charley Smith caught a fish Miss Fannie Vaughan visited kind and we feel the public will appreciate having one that weighed 28 pounds. Do not wait and miss the chance of getting choice of the best Mrs. J. A. Turner, Tuesday. bargains we have to offer. We appreciate the patroiciSe-w- e Miss Myrtle Morgan is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Nat Murrell are have enjoyed heretofore and invite you to see us again. her uncle and cousin, G. M. and shopping at Mr. Willie Melson's, Lois Dillon one night last week. Mrs. Ermine Wilsont Uncle Jim Mackey is 77 years Russell Springs, Ky. Several from this place were in old, and says he never took a Jamestown, last week. dose of medicine in all that time. The Irish potato crop is nearly G. M. Dillon has a new lawn a failure in this section. swing. He says he can pass the The hot, dry weather a week long evenings off better.. or so back, came very near ruinMiss Mary Ruth Winfrey, of ing the gardens in this section. Land and Fine Timber Beck's Store, has been visiting Irish potato and bean vines died. her cousin, bettie Jane Irvin. We have only had a few light 1911 . Miss Hattie Glidewell attended showers up to this wrting, but The home of the late John Milt Wilson lying 14 miles south of the last examination at Burkes-vill- they have done a world of good. Grauyville, on Big Creek in Adair county Ky. and received a first-clas- s Corn looks very well considering Farm consisas of 254 acres of land including a bodv certificate. She only lacked 1 the dry weather that has been. of a first in the May examina- Most farmers plowed deep to of valuable merchantable poplar, oak, ash, walnut, tion. raise moisture from below. beech and hickory timber. Also a large quantity of Only a few days until the elec- Wheat is above the average, and the softer woods. Plenty of good running water, tion. Some one will get beat if it is estimated that there are splendid modern dwelling, finest well in Adair, withthey don't mind. 1,000 bushels in this valley. in 10 steps of the door. AH cleared land in state There was a social gathering Two threshers started Monday, of cultivation. on Traylor ridge the night of the one at Denmark, and the other; Will be sold on the premises to the highest bidder upon a credit 22nd. at Esto. oi six months. Land and timber sold together and seperately. Messrs. Roy and Sam EdmonSome time back in that dry O. D. son and Carlie Smith, visited H. weather, when the gardens C . Parrish, several days ago. were burning up and the sun E. A. Wingfield with H. E. scorching hot, some of the peo- the recent hot spell, but man- ports, the proposed bank of this Bucklen & Co , stopped over ple began to murmur. Some aged to pull through without place, is about ready to begin the erection of a building for its night in this town, some days wanted tov hold prayer meeting medical aid. to ask for a shower. That reago. Mr. Silas Tarter has just place of business. We trust that We have a nice little tide in the minds your humble pen pusher closed a successful singing school it will enjoy a good business un- til time shall be no more. Cumberland something the lit- of a very dry spell several years at Lutteral's Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cunningtle boats have been looking for, ago, when then was a prayer! Miss Alma and Mr. Joe ' appointed at a certain son., of Eunice,, visited Mr. and ham, visited Mr. Jerry Cravens for some time, but they are makchurch on a certain day, and the Mrs. O. L. Ellis, Saturday and and family, last Sunday. ing slow progress. W. B. Dickinson took a flying Mr. W. H. Cole, who has been congregationhad about all come Sunday. in, and were waiting for a cer on the sick list for a good while, Mrs. S. J. Dickinson is recov- mp lu uie wua ana wooiey West tain public man to come. In a ' ering from an attack of malarial recently, but has returned to the is not any better. short time he walked in and said fever. parental roof. He says Russell Big Elm. to the crowd; "Well Brethren, I county, Kentucky beats any Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Weir, of ' don't think our meeting will do place he saw inthe west. Webbs X Roads, visited the lat-teMr. and Mrs. G. W. Hays any good, for the wind is fr m mother, Mrs. S. A. Dickinthe East, and I never knew it to visited at Russell Springs, Saturson, last Saturday and Sunday. Owensby. rain in my life when the wind day night and Sunday. Joe Vaughan lost a valuable Mr. L. V. Turner and family was from that quater. work mare last week, by lock Mrs. Joe Clayton, who' has were visiting at Mrs. D. W. jaw. Dunnville. been confined to her beddied Sunday. last Miss Bess Cabbell took the' last Saturday night. She- left Mr. and Mrs. G. W Collins Every thing is greatly revived teacher's examination at Colum- a husband and three children and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. lots of friends. by the good rain we had last bia, June 16 and 17. J. A. Turner, last Sunday. Miss Eva Loy, of Riffe, visited Miss Vertie Coffey, is confined week. We are glad to report that our Jc, A large crowd attended the J. F. Pelley and wife, Saturday to her bed with fever. sick list is short this week. . and Sunday. Mr. A. Hunp and son, o CoMr. Nat Murrell, of our town, ice cream supper at Jo Thomas'. Mrs. Susan Sanders and Mrs. lumbia, were visiting their was confined to his room two or Some fine music was rendered on Wallace Goode of Pellyton, visit- friends here last week. three days last week, but is out the violin and guitar by Geo. ed the family of Jas. Dickinson Ellis and Miss Thomas. Mr. Logan Blair, whowas again. falsely accused of conspiracy in A. D. Tarter, of Tarter. Ky., a few days ago. . Mr. Wiley Gifford, of Glens-fort Mrs. Sarah jPelley and Miss the death of Taylor Sullivanwas spent the day last Sunday,, was visiting friendsand relatives in this neighborhood, last week. Florence Rubarts, are visiting cleared last week, at the court of with Mr. J. A. Turner, of Big Jamestown. Mr. Blair :ii. 43 Several of onr farmers had se- friends in Liberty, this week.. Elm. It is reported that Nat Murrell, vere attacks of sun grinn during According to the latest re- - years old and has never - BaRerton. Big Clearance Sale 1 i ' ' 1 j ' Big Sale SATURDAY, JULY 22, - e, 4-1- hih j Wilson, Admr. j Hen-meeti- ng . j rs Mc-Farlan- - s ?5. r k, case in court bfor. . a,. . " ! g r a- - te. v- - k